2 - February 3, 2012 | Hudson - Litchfield News Campbell High Music Department Hits the Road Accolades Matthew Fellows of Hudson, spring 2015 class at Trinity College, has
received Faculty Honors for the fall semester. Alysha N. Lesieur of Hudson has been named to the Dean’s List at
Western New England for the fall semester. Lesieur is a junior majoring in Forensic Biology The following students have been named to the President’s List at
Western New England for the fall semester: Derek M. Beaulieu of Hudson, a junior majoring in General Biology; and Brett R. Labrie of Litchfield, a sophomore majoring in Management. Christina Cannon of Hudson has been honored with placement on the Dean’s List at Wheaton College for the fall semester. Cannon, a member of the class of 2013, is pursuing a major in Art History. Named to Regional Services and Education Center Academy’s first
quarter Honor Roll was Litchfield resident Patrick Curtin (High Honors). Alyssa Paquin, daughter of Charles and Teresa Paquin of Litchfield, has been named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester at the University of New England. A 2011 graduate of Campbell High School, Paquin is major Neuroscience major. She is also actively involved at the university in the Neuroscience Outreach Program. Hudson residents Cory A. Brennick, a junior majoring in biomolecular science, and Kieron M. Gillespie, a senior majoring in computer science/physics, have been named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester at Clarkson University. Springfield College has named Hudson resident Jesse Hyam (Criminal
Justice) and Derek Janko (Applied Exercise Science) to the dean’s list for academic excellence for the fall term. Stonehill College recently named Ashley M. Noel, class of 2013, and Catherine L. Lynes, class of 2014, to its Dean’s List for the fall semester. Noel and Lynes are residents of Hudson. Jennifer M. Hall has been named to the Dean’s List at Roger Williams
University in Bristol for the fall semester. She is majoring in Business Management with a Minor in Dance. Jen is the daughter of George and Maryann Hall and a 2009 graduate of Alvirne High School. The University of Hartford is pleased to announce the following local students have been named to the Dean’s List for fall semester: John Carey of Hudson, and Andrew Matte and Kevin Doxey, both of Litchfield. Patrick Nager of Hudson, class of 2015, College of Engineering-
Mechanical Engineering, has been named to the Dean’s List at North Carolina State University for the fall semester. Laurel O’Meara, a resident of Hudson, has been named to Champlain College’s Dean’s List for the fall semester. Tufts University recently announced the Dean’s List for the fall semester. Among these students are Hudson residents Chelsea Hogan, class of 2012; Emily Gosselin, class of 2015; and Safiya Subegdjo, class of 2015.
Katherine and Kevin Vaccaro, daughter and son of Tom and Vicky
Vaccaro of Hudson, have been named to the Dean’s List at the University of New Hampshire for the fall semester. Katherine is a nursing major and Kevin is an IT major. Michael Ortolano of Litchfield made the Dean’s List at DePaul
University for the fall quarter. Congratulations to Katelyn Fortier of Hudson for making the Dean’s List for the fall semester at Southern Connecticut State University all while playing Division II Soccer for SCSU.
submitted by Jill Deleault On Tuesday, January 31, dozens of Cougar student musicians headed down to Boston, MA, to take in a performance of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Tanglewood Festival Chorus. First, students had a fun dinner at the historic Faneuil Hall Quincy Marketplace. Next, students enjoyed a unique pre- performance conversation with Tanglewood choral manager Mark Rulison. Finally, they took in a concert of Felix Mendelssohn’s work entitled “Lobgesang” before heading back to Litchfield. Attendees had an extra-special treat as well; CHS alumnae Emilia DiCola and Sarah Evans were performing with the Tanglewood Chorus! Accompanying the Litchfield students were CHS faculty members Jill Deleault, Denise Freeman, Phil Martin, and Chuck Mower.
Students gather near Faneuil Hall
Litchfield Middle School Joins Fisher Cats Reading Challenge
submitted by Tom Gauthier, New Hampshire Fisher Cats Litchfield Middle
School hosted the New Hampshire Fisher Cats on Tuesday, January 24, for a special introduction to the Fisher Cats Reading Challenge presented by the Community College System of New Hampshire. The free school-based program will encourage and provide rewards for Litchfield Middle School students who increase their reading outside their normal classroom curriculum. “Every off-season this program continues to grow in size and importance,” said Fisher Cats President Rick Brenner. “A strong
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reading ability is one of the most important building blocks in a student’s development. We hope this partnership with CCSNH encourages these students to improve every day.” The program introduction was hosted by Fisher Cats mascot, Fungo, who met with the students during a special assembly. With the help of a Fisher Cats staff member, Fungo highlighted his love of reading while presenting each student with a challenge: Read an additional five books on top of their normal school curriculum and receive a pair of tickets to a Fisher Cats/ CCSNH Reading Challenge Night scheduled in 2012 at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. “New Hampshire’s community colleges are pleased to help motivate New Hampshire students to perform their best,” said Shannon Reid, Director of Communications for the Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH). “Literacy is a key element of academic achievement, increasing children’s confidence and making
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Fisher Cats mascot, Fungo, introduces the Fisher Cats CCSNH Reading Challenge to students at Litchfield Middle School
them better communicators as they grow. We look forward to celebrating with them at the ballpark in 2012.” In addition to the individual challenge, students will represent
their school in a special team competition for the second straight year. Through a donation from the Fisher Cats Foundation, the school with the highest percentage of students who complete the Fisher Cats/CCSNH Reading Challenge will win a $3,000 grand prize. Two additional schools with the next highest percentage of completion will each win $1,000 prizes. Last year, the Fisher Cats/CCSNH Reading Challenge reached 55,800 participants, more than doubling the program’s previous high. Since its inception in 2007, more than 120,000 students have learned the importance of reading through Fungo, the Fisher Cats, and CCSNH. The Fisher Cats/CCSNH Reading Challenge is available free-of-charge to all schools in New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts. To book a presentation by Fungo and the Fisher Cats, contact Community Relations Manager Kim Blanchard at 603-641-2005. The Fisher Cats/CCSNH Reading Challenge is a part of the
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