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The Abington School Committee and Administration would like to recognize and commend the following:
 
  •  Abington High School for earning the College Board AP Computer Science Female Diversity Awardrecognized for Closing the Gender Gap in AP Computer Science Principles
  • Anika Kavalla, Grade 9 student, for being selected, by audition, to participate in the Junior District Orchestra. The festival will take place March 13 and 14.
  • High School student members of the concert band, Victoria Donahue (Flute), Kathryn Genest (Bari Sax), Sean Moran (Trombone), Brian Tolan (Baritone Horn), and Josh Whitman (Trombone) for recently participating in the Bridgewater State University Honors Band.
  • Grade 8 student, Jack Regan, for being selected by Abington Middle School educators for exemplifying outstanding leadership qualities and being named the 2019-2020 Project 351 Ambassador.
  • Woodsdale Elementary School Students for recently earning a Woodsdale Owl Award, an Award which recognizes students who adhere to the core of the Woodsdale School culture (Respect, Responsibility and Citizenship): Noah Abrams, Noah Ahern, Camdyn Baker, Joseph Bartholomew, Peyton Bergonzi, Donavon Bessette, Matheus Bispo, Sylvina Brito, Donald Brooker IV, Emma Brooker, Anthony Brown, Jacob Bump-Riley, Liam Byrne, Mia Campbell, Elyana Castillo, Kristian Ceurvels, Michael Clark III, Liam Clayton, Jillian Currier, Marcos Anthony DaCosta, Megan Dean, Dante Dellatore, Mackenzie Desmond, Dylan Devereux, Mackenna DeVito, Avery DiMambro, Isabelly Dos Santos, Yan dos Santos, Tyler Doucet, Mark Duquette, Luca Faria, Anna Fedrick, Dylan Feterowski, Benjamin Foley, Edith Franey, Ella Franey, Jocelyn Furkart, Lauren German, Ella Golightly, Aleszandro Gomes, Matthew Graham, Seron Harris, Samaya Harrison, Emma Hart, Katelyn Healey, Maximus Herrera, Liam Hession, Dylan Hildalgo Martinez, Ryan Jacobs, Madison Jansen, Kylie Joyce, Haley Kallenberg, Kevin Kariuki, Adrian Karuku, Calleigh Kerrissey, Tadeusz Krason, Tyler Lallis, Georgia LaPointe, Lucas Lima, Auren Logue, Khloe Lynch, Davi Magalhaes, Connor Maguire, Bradyn, Mahoney, Colin Marino, Valentina Matos, Olivia McClellan, Oliva McCormick, Ella McSharry, Nolan Messia, Charlotte Miele, Kayleigh Miller, Jessica Mills, Patrick Minnehan, Peyton Murphy, Rakan Nasser, Caitlin Neely, Nathan Nicholson, Brynn Nickley, Jacob O’Brien, Derek O’Neill, Jaydon Patterson, Rocco Peterz, Ryan Platka, Lucas Quintela, Elena Reyes, Emily Romao, Mitchell Russo, Madison Sandry, Dylan Schone, Brody Shawles, Miguel Sousa, Damayah Teixeira, Julia Teodoro, Samantha Vachon, Tucker Valitsky, Ava Wanberg, Colleen Ward, Cameron Yannizzi, Nathan Young and Khloe Zhong.
  • Freshman High School Student, Amaya Turner, for recently earning her second SNO (school newspapers online) award. This is the fifth Best of SNO award this academic year, which is a record for the newspaper. Check out Amaya's review: 
 
  • High School Students for earning High Honor Roll for the second term at Abington High School: Class of 2020— Erielle Amboy, Colby Augusta, Brooke Callanan, Cameron Curney, Keriann Danahy, Samantha Johnson, Lauren Keleher, Kayla Larkin-Goldman, Daisy Littlefield, Olivia Litzenberger, Erin McDermott, Manda Riddick, Kylie Roberts, Connor Whidden and Andrew Wilson; Class of 2021—Hudson Araujo Jr., Laura Bartlett, Joseph Beaver, Lyla Blanchardc, Emily Coulsey, Carolyn Doherty, Erin Doherty, Abigail Joyce, Lean Kinniburgh, Cecelia Lindo, Gracie O’Connell, Isabella O’Connell, Elizabeth Roy, Abigail Strickland and Brian Tolan; Class of 2022– Enver Amboy, Lindsay Augusta, Nicole Bernache, Riley Ceurvels, Caroline Coburn, Molly Dankese, Jacqueline Earner, Alexander Gouthro, Casey Hammill, Alexa Kearney, Olivia Lewis, Gabriela Maciel, Najia McDonald, Rosemary McLaughlin, Sarah Naidjate, Jack Robbins, Faith Ryan, Danika Trucchi and Maria Wood; and Class of 2023—Lauren Barrett, Daniel Bonderenko, Sarah Deveney, Sarah Flanagan, Traci Iyamabo, Jared Jernegan, Spencer Merrick, Owen Roukey, Kayla Sullivan, Cameron Testa, Hannah Tirrell, Joseph Venuti and Madison Wessling. The following students were named to the Honor Roll for the second term at Abington High School: Class of 2020— Kerry Cardinal, Emily Christian, Sara Christian, David Collins, Haley Cooper, Emily Dankese, Linda Daye, Kyle DeGrenier, Kirstyn Deschamps, Bryan Dias, Emmalee Ezzell, Jessica Ferraro, Rohith Ghose, Declan Hammill, John Hawkesworth, Hannah Liebke, Mikayla Littman, Abbie Lyons, Leo Magnasco, Corin Mahan, Talia McAuliffe, Meagan McCadden, John Meegan, Robert Molloy, Miryam Naidjate, Kessya Mascimento, Shaam Nasser, Amy Nguyen, Abigail Odell, Arlene Perez, Kaitlyn Polito, Ailey Riddick, Lyndsie Roberts, Katheryn Sage, Vianne Shao, Talita Smith, Sophia Villano, Julie Warsheski, Kristen White, Liberty Woods, Michael Worden and Gretehen Wronski; Class of 2021—Owen Ballum, Brooke Barry, Kate Baxter, Abigail Boidi, Lily Bonner, Lea Bregoli, Connor Buckley, Mackenzie Cahill, Mark Cashman, Vy Chau, Neeko DiMascio, Shon Doherty, Kaylee Donaher, Colin Dunlop, James Foley, Brendon Grafton, Michael Iyamabo, Aaron Johnson, Michael Kearns, Samantha Kelley, Madison Kolodziej, Nicholas Light, Matthew Lyons, Aleena Magnasco, Matthew Maguire, Andrew McCluskey, Carly Mentis, Grace Monahan, Jessica Moodoyan, Olivia Moodoyan, Matthew Morrell, Brendan O’Brien, Dylan Porter, Brandi Rix, Joseph Salah, Alison Santosuosso, Kaitlyn Thetonia, Derek Tirrell, Andrew Vasquez, Ryan Venuti, Lidia Vidal, Brian Villano, Allison Walsh, Parker White and Alyssa Zenus; Class of 2022—David Ahearn, Haikela Araujo, Zoe Balewicz, Rubie Barry, Damian Bartlett, Victoria Becker, Colby Boyle, Jessica Brooks, Jameson Buckley, Declan Burns, Andrew Campbell, Elizabeth Campbell, Logan Chryssicas, Michael DeBono, Allison Doherty, Ryan Finneran, Joshua Flaherty, Grace Giampaolo, Jacklyne Goduti, Kaylie Groom, Shannon Groom, Collin Hammill, Jared Hermanson, Grace Holmes, Reese Hurd, John LaRosa, Brian Lopes, Olivia Maguire, Alexander Maly, Mikayla Mandanici, Erin Maniscalco, Grace McCarthy, Amelia McHugh, Molly McLaughlin, Kaiaam Mohammed, Sean Mulkern, Amanda Murphy, Liam Murphy, Daniel Murtagh, Katherine Nugent, Kristin Parks, Michael Pineau, Edward Reilly, Kayla Reilly, Joshua Richards, Aiden Ryan, Jarred Saccoach, Dylan Spring, Ryan Tobin, Michael VanLuling, Julia Wedge and Joshua Whitman; and Class of 2023—Aniessa Biba, Adam Bolanos, Vivian Bonner, Jacob Boyle, Madison Carini, Taylor Chancholo, Emma Cunnningham, Caio Da Silva, Rylee DeMinico, Andrew Dunlop, Logan Duquette, Owen Dwyer, Arthur Eglesias, Ava Fisher, Paul Flaherty, Digeo Fleites, Sophie Giller, Benjamin Gouthro, Ian Graf, Trevor Grafton, Joseph Hajjar, Margaret Hardy, Iris Higier, Michael Holmes, Kiera Howley, Patrick Jenner, Anika Kavalla, Drew Kenney, Phoebe Libby, Ryan Libby, Joao Paulo Lima, Elizabeth Lindo, Mackenzie Litzenberger, Amy Long, Kayden Lynch, Acadia Manley, Delaney McCann, Emma McGlynn, Julia Mendes, Mackenzie Mennella, Jose Moran Grijalva, Caroline Morrell, Brendon Nilsen, Corinne O’Driscoll, Mickeydjaney Percey, Kayla Perez, Madison Perry, Kelsey Prisco, Aoife Queally, Mateus Queiroz, Cameron Ranous, Rachel Santosuosso, Marisa Scartissi, Jennifer Scofano, Ella Scott, Matthew Teixeira, Amaya Turner and Joseph Vanasse.
  • Abington High School students who were accepted into the Sr. and Jr. SEMSBA Music Festival on March 20th and 21st at Stoughton High School: Will Charbonnier, Grade 10, Mixed Chorus - Tenor Kathryn Genest, Grade 11, Mixed Chorus - Alto Anika Kavalla, Grade 9, Orchestra - Violin Allie Lindvall, Grade 9, Mixed Chorus - Alto Carly Sandry, Grade 11, Mixed Chorus - Alto Brian Tolan, Grade 11, Concert Band - Baritone Horn and Josh Whitman, Grade 10, Jazz Band – Bass.
  • Middle and High School students who were accepted into the Jr. SEMSBA Music Festival on May 1st and May 2nd at Silver Lake Regional High School: Vittoria Assis, Grade 7, Mixed Chorus – Alto Nathan Coelho, Grade 7, Mixed Chorus – Baritone Charlotte Hernandez, Grade 8, Mixed Chorus – Soprano Jackson Kelley, Grade 8, Mixed Chorus – Baritone – Allie Lindvall, Grade 9, Mixed Chorus - Alto Juhymah Miranda, Grade 7, Mixed Chorus – Soprano Savanna Ruzzano, Grade 8, Mixed Chorus – Soprano and Selena Wood, Grade 8, Mixed Chorus – Alto.