The top seniors of Levittown’s Division Avenue High School were honored at the annual Blue and Silver Luncheon and are pictured with (l-r) guidance counselors Lynn Castellano, Sharlene Defendini and Elizabeth Shapiro. Credit: Elizabeth Sobel, Syntax
at Levittown’s Division Avenue High School announced the school’s Class of 2013
top 27 seniors during the annual Blue and Silver Luncheon.
During this school
tradition, the students enjoyed lunch with their peers, along with
Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Grossane, Principal Dr. Francesco Ianni,
Guidance Chairman James Wallace and faculty. Mr. Wallace announced that each of
the seniors attending the luncheon had achieved a 95 percent or higher weighted
grade point average.
The students were
asked to introduce themselves, state their choice of college and potential
major, describe their most memorable high school moment, and explain what they
will miss most about Division Avenue High School. Many of these students are
interested in pursuing careers in the sciences, journalism and engineering.
congratulated the seniors on their accomplishments and encouraged them to
always believe in themselves. “You can move yourselves forward by always
bringing your own beliefs and passions to the table,” he stated.
The district would
like to congratulate the following top seniors: Michalle Arciszewska, Siobhan
Campbell, Christina Chan, Emma Curran, Katherine Darr, Emily Doglio, Alyssa
Fiore, Sara Gonzalez, Nicholas Heath, Rebecca Hoffman, Kathleen Kissane, Aliya
Ladha, Amanda Maguffin, Casey Maguffin, Thomas Maguffin, Casey Pinner, James
Reilly, Sukhneet Sahota, Laura Saini, Alexa Schneider, Ashley Stinnett, Ayesha
Syed, Jennifer Ulloa, Victoria Umana, Devin Votta, Matthew Wilson and Theresa Winkler.
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