Southern School Notebook
Local students make dean's List
The following students have made the dean's list at their respective college or university.
Springfield College: Sean Meaghen and Helen Evans
St. Mary's College of Maryland: Elena Castro
University of Connecticut: Abigail Dancause
University of New England: Samuel Casey, Rose Jacobson, Alicen Johnson, Michael Wilson, Sara Winchenbach
University of Vermont: Thomas P. Lishness, David M. Luongo and Colleen M. Whitcomb
Wheaton College: Skyler Dunfey
Clarkson University: Benjamin R. Sausonetti
Springfield College: Amy Buttarazzi
Stonehill College: Garrett D. Alofs and Monica R. St. Clair
University of Connecticut: Hanna Yerxa
University of New England: Laura Blaisdale, Nicolette Caron, Matthew Eaton, Maya Glab, Audra Gorden, Maria Leasure, Felicia Mazzone, Erika Saito and Casey Toombs
University of Vermont: Mackenzie R. Bowker, Sarah E. Daniels, Matthew K. Goode, David D. Ornstein and Marina R. Sterrer
Gettysburg College: Chad McLeod
Springfield College: Karleigh Bradbury, Jonathan Medici and Jaqueline Rice
Stonehill College: Brianna M. Wing and Kyle J. Randall
University of Connecticut: Gregory James
University of New England: Kaitlyn Carter, Rebecca Hasson, Nicole Herrick, Lindsey Lapointe, Amanda Monty-Bissonnette, Milos Sinik and Sharon Staples
University of Rhode Island: Elizabeth Hardy
University of Vermont: Hailey P. Grohman
Wheaton College: Margaret Orelup
Scarborough students named Rotary's "Student of the Quarter"
SCARBOROUGH — The Rotary Club of Scarborough recently announced the recipients of the Student of the Quarter Award for the second quarter of the 2011-2012 school year.
Sophomore Thomas Porada was nominated from Scarborough High School and eight- grader Emma Freeman was the nominee from Scarborough Middle School.
Each quarter the Scarborough Rotary Club honors one student from the middle school and one student from the high school for the Student of the Quarter Award to recognize and reward students who continually display citizenship, ethics, honor and kindness. Students may be selected by teachers, school administrators, guidance counselors or coaches.