Graduations held at Massena, SLC, Gouverneur, Lisbon Harrisville schools
Graduations took place at Massena, St. Lawrence Central, Gouverneur, Lisbon, and Harrisville high schools on Friday.
Students across the North Country earned their diplomas at ceremonies held in local school districts.Here is a breakdown of some ceremonies held on Friday with class leaders and a list of graduates.
Massena Central School
Massena Central seniors walked the stage June 24 on the turf.
Massena Central named Elizabeth Cichetti, as the district valedictorian and Madeline Tusa as the salutatorian for 2022.
Honor graduates at Massena included Elizabeth Cichetti, Madeline Tusa, Joey Abrantes, Dakota Allen, Zack Barney, Stephon Besancon, Sophia Bolster, Mara Brown, Sophia Brown, Cooper Cecot, Nevada Chapman, Reagan Clute-Francis, Aiden Coleman, Emily Derouchie, Logan Dobbins, Brendan Finnegan, Grace Fredericks, and Luke Greco.
More honor graduates were Meredith Guyette, Faith Halliday, Christian Harvey, Emma Jarrett, Aiden Kepper, Owen Larrow, Yanik LeBlank, Colby Loran, Noah Love, Shanika Manning, Kailiee Paige, Rocco Perretta, Lydia Perrinne, Amanda Polarolo, Hailey Premo, Leigha Premo, and Rachel Proper.
Additional honor graduates are Jaelynn Richards, Harley Robillard-Ramatici, Benjamin Rogers, Elizabeth Rogers, Emma Rupert, Alexa Seeber, AunaMarie Shadle, Jenna Stiles, Connor Terry, Ella Thompson, Mariana Trimboli, Jack Violi, Skarlett Wilson, Marissa Yanacheak.
MCS seniors earning their diploma in 2022 included
St. Lawrence Central
Graduation at Brasher Falls Central took place Friday, June 24, on the turf field.
Speakers included Superintendent Christopher Roe, class president Kayle McCarthy, valedictorian Dylan Bissonette, salutatorian Danaye Ramsdell, and English teacher Margaret Dean. The yearbook dedication was for Emily Taylor.
The graduating class includes Jayden Ashley, Royas Barney, Dylan Bissonette, Merlyn Bordeleau, Cohl Breiner, Maxxwell Burnett, Grace Chagnon, Kenneth Charleston, Audrey Clark, Conner Cline, Alina Coca, Grace Coughlin, Jillian Crites, and Kristen Crump.
Also graduating were Daniel Dale-Brewer, Anthony DeMao, Clorie Fetterly, Tasia Fetterly, Derrick Fiacco, Connor Foster, Ali Fukes, Cheyanne Giles, LeahBeth Guerard, Karlee Hartson, Caleb Honey, Jessica Horner, Gabriel Hornung, Elizabeth Hoyt, and Jillian Hunter.
More senior Larries include Logan LaValley, Latona LaVare, Joshua Lyon, Rachel Major, Samantha Major, Kayle McCarthy, Joshua Merrill, Michael Newtown, Morgan Nolan, Gabrielle North, Gabriel Phillips, Lindsey Phippin, Danaye Ramsdell, Jasmin Razis, Aaron Richards and Hannah Richards.
Additional graduates were Kevin Robar, Tyler Robar, Ethan Ryan, Alexsys Savage, Christopher Serrano, Arianna Stone, Thomas Storrin, Bladen Sweeney, Devon Tatro, Alexis Tobin, Ramsey Tozier, Cleo Two, Andrew Williamson, Meadow Wilson, Logan Wultsch-Fuller, and Cole Zenger.
Gouverneur Central seniors were awarded their diplomas at graduation on Friday in the grandstands behind the high school.
Speakers at the ceremony included Cole Edward Siebels, Peyton Rose Mussaw and Connor Riley Wood.
Gouverneur honors group for 2022 includes Alex Clancy, Hailey Morrissiey, Peyton Mussaw, Kaitlyn Gibson, Cole Siebels, Addison Sonntag, Matthew Tobin II, Cassidy Hardy, Madison Kurdziel, Cierra Besaw, Raelin Burns, Alexis Devlin, Kiarra Jenkins, Ashlee Flood, Katelyn Forsythe, Thomas McIntosh, Samina Kheuangthirath, Ariana Zeller, Torie Salisbury, Christopher Weaver, Kortney Knight, Hailey Cook, Connor Wood, Carter Baer, Brynn Farley and Gino Jacobs.
The 2022 Wildcats include Gino Jacob, Kortney Knight, Thomas McIntosh, Madison Kurdziel, Ariana Zeller, Carter Baer, Kaitlyn Gibson, Peyton Mussaw, Connor Wood, Hailey Morrissiey, Cole Siebels, Allie Martin, Kate Forsythe, Alex Clancy , Ashley Flood, Raelyn Burns, Kiarra Jenkins, Cierra Besaw, Samina Kheuangthirath, Ella Impaglia, Torie Salisbury, Matthew Tobin II, Hailey Cook, Addison Sonntag, and Katelyn Clancy.
Also graduating were Cassidy Hardy, Alexis Devlin, Christopher Weaver, Austin Shatlaw, Aiden Breckinridge, Julia McIntyre, Colby Leslie, Kaylin Shampine, Nicholas Wolcott, Makayla Cassell-Beck, Ace Walrath, Liberty Bush, Cody Snyder, Makenna Ashley, Mckenzie Winters, Jarret Knight, Macie Stowell, and Makyle Pankey.
More seniors include Dawson Matice, Emma Riley, Curtis Burns, Grace Mashaw, Landon Shinski, Makayla Brooks, Justin Speis, Emily Curcio, Emily Hight, Logan Reynolds, Emma Rushlo, Katelynn Hocking, Ronnie Mashaw, Matthew Helvie, Maranda Fuller, Mason Witherell, Olivia Rastley, Trayton Tupper, Ariel Mooney, Jacob Sheen, Victoria Klimowicz, Alexandria Klimowicz, Jacob Prashaw, Jadyn LaTray, Cole Davis, Emma Hicks, Caleb Hubbard, and Janay Smith.
Also graduating were Kyle Savage, Alexander Lucas, Cayleb Gage, Jeffery Roberts, Kaleb Newcombe, Owen Fuller, Carter Tharrett, Austin Fuller, Shyanne Hutton, Tyler Stowell, Landon Davenport, Remington Storie, Mason Lashua, Sullivan Rumble, William Rickett, Gaige Butterfield, Conner Seymour, Chad Facey, Marcus Kopchinski, Gabriel Wainwright, Carter Todd, Sean Farrand, Nolan Reynolds, Avery Hayden, Michael More, Bradley Besaw, Kaleb Webster, Caiden Storie, Griffin Fenlong, Mark Tomford, and Matthew Spilman.
Lisbon Central hosted its graduation night on June 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the district auditorium.
The speakers will be Pledge of Allegiance, Marissa Robinson; honors speaker, Miles Gendebien; honors speaker, Calea LeBel; class vice president, Mikaela Buckley; and future plans, Abigail Evans.
Lisbon recognizes an honors group of students that have earned a cumulative grade point average of 90 or higher. ThiS year 18 students will be recognized. They are Miles Gendebien, Calea LeBel, Noah Martin, Rowan Rishe, Emily Jordan, Tien Huyhn, Matthew Walker, Riley Beldock, Jayden Williams, Trent Williams, Mikaela Buckley, Abigail Evans, Abigail Avery, Cody Claxton, Chase Jacobs, Julia Rishe, Matthew Dean, and Marissa Robinson.
The graduating class at Lisbon Central includes Katelyn Adams, Abigail Avery, Riley Beldrock, Mikaela Buckley, Braedon Bunnell, Harleigh Cameron, Cody Claxton, Cooper Davison, Matthew Dean, Emily Downey Abigail Evans and Meghan Gardner.
Also graduating are Miles Gendebien, Anna Hoffman, Andrew Hollis, Tien Huynh, Andrew Hyde, Chase Jacobs, Emma Jameson, Emily Jordan, Benjamin LaRock, Calea LeBel, Xiang Ting Lin, Zhi Lin, Noah Martin, Tyler Martin Jaylin Massia, and William Millemon III.
More graduates include Guy Moore, Delaney O'Brian, Madison Parker, Chasity Parmeter, Collin Parmeter, Erick Parmeter, Gavin Peters, David Pirie, Julia Rishe, Rowan Rishe, Eric Robinson, Marissa Robinson, Ian Sovie, Alexander Vesel, Griffin Walker, Matthew Walker, Storm Williams, Jayden Williams, Trent Williams, and Christopher Winans.
Harrisville Central School
Graduation at Harrisville Central is set for June 24 at the school.
This year the district valedictorian is Caroline Delles and the salutatorian is Jayla Hall.
The Class of 2022 includes Cadence Sue Atkinson, Jonathan Baez Jr., Degan Carr, Dakota Cole, Gabrielle Ann Coller, Harlee Cook, Jacob Cornaire, Deanthony Day, Caroline L. Delles, Leo Doyle, Charles P. Fuller, Jayla Hall, Damian Harrington, Renee Hooper, Jana Ismail and Tucker Kelly.
Also graduating were Aidan Kirk, Levi LaPlatney, Tristan T. Lobaito, Caitlyn M. Lunderman, Conor McIntosh, Oliana Miller, Charity O'Donnell, Breanna Shampine, Logan Smith, Matthew Layne Smith, Will Robert Taylor, Joshua Walters, David Ward, Jonathan Wicks, and Julia Vega.