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County students earn praise at Castleton and Vt. Tech

CASTLETON — After being sent home mid-semester, a number of local Castleton University students carried on and got it done. Below are the students named to the president’s list and dean’s list for the spring 2020 semester. President’s list honorees maintained full-time status and a semester grade point average of 4.0. Dean’s list honorees maintained full-time status and a semester grade point average of 3.5.
President’s list
Addison: Carrie Baker. Brandon: Meghan Hallett,
Alexis Hedding, Christian Polli, Alyssa Sweatt and Julianna Williams.
Bristol: Molly Murray. Middlebury: Georgianna Nop. Monkton: Jessalyn Murray. New Haven: Danielle Morse. Orwell: Kristian Bruce, Monica
Connor and Ariel Wade. Salisbury: Brooke Rubright. Starksboro: Robert Kelley. Vergennes: Sierra Chamberlain. Whiting: Ashley Bertrand,
Benjamin Fournier and Kristin Simmons.
Dean’s list
Addison: Jeb Hodsden and Joshua Sickles.
Brandon: Timothy Kittler, Allison Lowell, Myliah McDonough and Liam Smith.
Bridport: Calista Carl.
Bristol: Owen Darling, Marah Orvis, Jordan Racine and Mason Wood.
Cornwall: Brian Paquette and Raven Payne.
Middlebury: Brynna Riche, Blair Stone and Molly Wetmore.
New Haven: Ellie Gevry, Reagan Menard and Sara Stearns.
Orwell: Timothy Fyles, Emilee Huntley, Riley Ochs and Rebekah Parent.
Panton: Hunter Smith.
Ripton: Dorothy Fletcher and Kayli Manning.
Salisbury: Darcy Staats.
Vergennes: Brandon Chamberlain, Zachary Gebo, Lillian Russell, Alyssa Saunders and Ian Shalek.
Weybridge: Anissa Martin.
Whiting: Brandi Leno and Samantha Sumner.
 

RANDOLPH CENTER — The following local students finished their studies at Vermont Technical College this spring. Graduating students include:
Brandon: Megan Dickinson and Nathan Doty.
Bristol: Xzavia Berry. Ferrisburgh: Holly Laramee. Hancock: Andrew Nickerson. Lincoln: Erin Hammond. Middlebury: Santiago
Fernandez, Rachel Lavoie, Tori Mailman and Erin Sullivan.
Shoreham: Sean Beinhaur and Cindy Gosselin.
Starksboro: Patrick Melvin and Nickolaas Szczecinski.
Vergennes: Caitlynn Pecor.

 

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