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October 20th Meeting Roundup
Oct. 20 Meeting Roundup
The Canon-McMillan School District's Board of Directors on Oct. 20 made several personnel moves.
The board accepted:
• The retirement of Rosemary Terkay, a para-educator at the high school, effective end of school day on Nov. 7 after 17 years of service.
• The retirement of Elizabeth LoGreco, para-educator at North Strabane Intermediate School, effective end of school day on Dec. 2 after 24 years of service.
• The resignation of Brandon Charriere as head 7th grade boys basketball coach effective Oct. 20, 2016.
• The resignation of Vince Faith as boys developmental boys basketball coach at the middle school effective Oct. 20.
• The resignation of Malcom Meredith as the head junior high boys volleyball coach effective Oct. 20.
• The resignation of Chuck Kloes as the Head Middle School Softball Coach effective Oct. 20.
• The resignation of Doug Kotar as the Assistant Middle School Softball Coach effective Oct. 20.
The board also appointed:
• Natalie Montini as a head diving coach with a stipend of $3,500 effective Oct. 20.
• Thomas Crooks as assistant varsity swim coach with a stipend of $3100.00 effective Oct. 20.
• Jennifer Sabol as Assistant Varsity Swim Coach with a stipend of $3100.00 effective Oct. 20.
• Jamie Iesue as a mathematics teacher at Canonsburg Middle School effective Oct. 20.
• April Lowden and Makenzie Buhman as elementary reading co-department head effective immediately.
• Amie Zeli as a paraeducator at the North Strabane Intermediate School effective Nov. 8.
• Julie Karabinos as a paraeducator at the Borland Manor Elementary School effective upon release of her current employer.
• Rose Rose as a paraeducator at the North Strabane Intermediate School effective Dec. 5.
School directors also recognized members of the Canon-McMillan community for their recent accomplishments. They included:
• The Canon-McMillan cross country teams, which dominated at the Washington County cross country championships. Maggie Veres is the 2016 girls individual champion and Jonas Wudkwych is the new boys champion. Our girls team won the team championship with Maggie leading the way, followed by Stephanie Keelon (third), Morgan Grudi (fifth), Sarina Wudkwych (12th), A.B. Scenna (13th), Nicole Slain (15th) and Brooke Paris (21st). The boys team also won the team championship with Jonas first, Josiah Wudkwych (second), Matt Mansfield (fourth), Jonah DeCortie (fifth), James Zukowski (seventh), Damon Gall (11th), and Tyler Meier (15th). In the girls junior varsity race Priya Ray, Shannon McCall and Macy Falcione won awards. In the boys junior varsity race Glenn McGee was the overall champion with Kevin Walsh at second, Cam Somma at third, and Ben Higie at fourth. Grant Zezsutek, Kyle Bushmire and Connor Kelly all were in the top 10.
• Colin Adreon, Clayton Barnes, Jonah DeCortie, Kripa George, Analyce Hernandez, Anthony Popovski, Matthew Pukansky, Kayla Ruslavage, and William Webster –who were named commended students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program. A letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation, which conducts the program, will be presented to these scholastically talented seniors.
• Three Canon-McMillan High School seniors who are being recognized among the approximately 16,000 semifinalists named in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship program. Representing Canon-McMillan High School are Andrew Balog, Ross Barber, and Natalie Cummings.
In other business, school directors:
• Approved the superintendent goals for the 2016-2017 fiscal year.
• Appointed mentors for new teachers.
• Approved an extension of the professional development sabbatical for Susan Lavallee of Cecil Intermediate School for the second semester of the 2016-17 school year.
• Approved tax collector bonuses—Rob Maceiko received $5,000 and Don Progar received $2,500.
• Approved several student trips, and a revised lunch balance policy.
• Approved the Girls Lacrosse Boosters group.
• Approved several donations to the school district.
The entire agenda can be viewed online.
Canon-McMillan High School to Present "Peter Pan"
CANONSBURG - Canon-McMillan cordially invites you to its fall drama production of "Peter Pan"—allowing audience members to enjoy an evening of magic in Neverland without ever leaving Washington County.
Show times for the play, adapted by Jon Jory, will be at 7 p.m. Nov. 9, 10 and 11.
The play, produced by special arrangement with Stage Partners, will be presented in Canon-McMillan High School auditorium.
Tickets to the family-friendly production cost $8 and will be available at the door.
Introducing Canon-Mac's 2016 Homecoming Court
The votes have been cast and counted, and the results are in. We are proud to introduce your 2016 Canon-McMillan homecoming court (drum roll, please):
The gentlemen on the court include (from left to right): Tyler Meier, Nicholas Tarr, Nate Setar, Anthony Popovski and Keyshawn Ray.
The ladies on the court include (from left to right): Gianna DaPra, Taylor Prezel, Carlee Papi, Ashley Oddi and Aideen O'Donoghue.
Congratulations to all!
As a reminder: The king and queen will be announced at the Big Mac football game Friday night. The game, which is at home, starts at 7 p.m., with Canon-Mac facing off against Bethel Park.
The homecoming dance will follow at 7 p.m. Saturday in the high school gym.
Team Work helps Feed Hungry Children in the Canonsburg Community
Canonsburg's Blessings in a Backpack program, in cooperation with Canonsburg Mayor David H. Rhome and the borough police department, recently packed food for 74 students in the Canon-McMillan School District—food that will help feed them over the weekend so they can return to class ready to learn.
This is the fourth year the district is partnering with the nonprofit, which currently serves four CMSD buildings—Cecil Elementary, Cecil Intermediate, First Street Elementary, and South Central Elementary.
For those who are unfamiliar with Blessings in a Backpack, the organization provides free food for the weekend to children who qualify. At Canon-Mac, 290 students receive weekly food.
The partnership between Blessings in a Backpack and the Canonsburg mayor, police and fire departments, as well as the local ambulance service, is expected to continue through 2017.
Hats off to all! If you'd like to learn more, or are interested in volunteering money, food items or your time, call Louise at 724-344-5471 or direct correspondence to:
Blessings in a Backpack
P.O. Box 133
Venetia, Pa. 15367
The mission of the Canon-McMillan School District, in partnership with the community, is to invest in our greatest resource, our students. We strive to teach, challenge and support all students to prepare them for college and careers with the information and skills necessary to compete, achieve and serve as leaders in a global economy as ethical and responsible citizens.
The vision of the Canon-McMillan School District is to graduate all students with the ethical and effective communication, critical and creative thinking skills necessary for success in an evolving global economy.
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