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62 June 18 - July 1, 2011 Tarwater Toros


Youth Seton Sentinels


New hire – David Sorkin will begin in the position of assistant principal at Seton Catholic Preparatory High School effective July 1. Sorkin most recently worked as dean of students at Providence Academy in Plymouth, Massachusetts and has also served as teacher and department chair. He will relocate to Arizona this summer with wife Kelly and two sons Aaron and Eli. As assistant principal, Sorkin will supervise faculty and oversight of Seton’s academic and summer programs. —Cindy Gould


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Basha High grad represents state at science camp


Scott Boisvert, a recent graduate of Basha High School, will represent Arizona as a delegate to the 2011 National Youth Science Camp June 30 to July 24 in West Virginia.


Submitted photos by Kim Poole and Rikki Hayes


PRINCIPAL HONOR: Tarwater Principal Jeff Hensley was surprised with a 50th birthday assembly in his honor. Students from each grade gave cards and gifts to him including a serenade by the fifth- graders and 50 cans of Fresca, his favorite soda, from the first- graders. A video slide show of his nine years as Tarwater’s principal was shown during the assembly.


Students and staff were happy to show their appreciation for Principal Hensley, who seems to know every student at Tarwater by name and frequently visits classrooms, participates in class projects, attends fieldtrips with students and makes special visits to students who need extra encouragement and praise.


Boisvert joins 116 other top science students from across the nation and around the world for this acclaimed honors science-leadership program, which exposes students to topics like global warming, genomic medicine, radio astronomy and energy sustainability.


He plans to attend Duke University and become a physician-scientist. Free Life Saver Saturday


Learn lifesaving water safety tips at a free Life Saver Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon Sat., June 25 at the Chandler-Gilbert YMCA and all Valley of the Sun YMCAs. Sponsored by Fulton Homes, area residents will also learn CPR with free demonstrations by certified trainers, along with free swimming and entertainment for children. Participating East Valley locations also include Tempe Family YMCA, Mesa Family YMCA and Ross Farnsworth East Valley YMCA. To find the closest Valley of the Sun YMCA, visit www.valleyymca.org or log onto www.fultonhomes.com and click on the Fulton Foundation section for more details.


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