School Notes

Honor roll

HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL THIRD MARKING PERIOD NINTH GRADE — Jammel Affour, Katherine A. Avery, Sabrina F. Azad, Olivia G. Baird, Alyssa R. Bell, Nadia J. Boston, Jonas N. Ciprich, Emmalee F. Claar, Zachery A. Clapper, Aragorn H. Clarke, Megan E. Dinges, Callie M. Dunmire, ...

SAMA Altoona to offer summer art camp for kids

The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Altoona, 1210 11th Ave., Altoona, will continue its tradition of offering a children’s art camp this summer. This year’s camp, “Real and Imaginary People,” is designed for ages 8 through 14 and will be taught in a small, informal group to ...

Alumni association seeks scholarship applicants

In 2017, the Saxton Liberty High School Alumni Association presented Tussey Mountain High School graduates Adriane Angelo, Kayla Kalfas and Beth Riley each with a $2,500 scholarship award. The Scholarship Committee is now seeking applications for the 2018 award to be presented at the annual ...

On campus

Saint Francis University collects blankets LORETTO — The Saint Francis University Community Blanketeers group recently collected 200 quilted, crocheted, knitted and embroidered blankets that will be distributed to sick and needy children through the Healing Patch, Nurse Family Partnership ...

Honor roll

CLAYSBURG-KIMMEL HIGH SCHOOL THIRD MARKING PERIOD HIGH HONORS SEVENTH GRADE — Allison Becker, Parker Buell, Devan Chrisawn, Taylor Conrad, Sarah Helsel, Rachel Kauffman, Taylor Mowry, Erica Norotsky, Gabrielle Rininger, Emma Ritchey, Gavin Wicker. EIGHTH GRADE — Aidan Barr, Zachary ...

Foundation recognizes May spotlight

The Brian Morden Foundation, based in Altoona, was created in May 2003 to fight back against childhood cancer. The Brian Morden Foundation CARES Spotlight began in January 2018. The program shines a light on children with cancer, raising awareness and providing funds for research, ...

Students, Let’s Move create ‘Active Living’ materials

Information technology (IT) students from South Hills School of Business and Technology’s Altoona campus have developed new digital and print materials to promote Let’s Move Blair County. The students, along with South Hills’ IT instructor, Guido Santella, were given a “win-win” ...

Honor roll

WILLIAMSBURG HIGH SCHOOL THIRD MARKING PERIOD HIGH HONOR ROLL 12TH GRADE — Cassandra M. Michelone, Nicholas J. Michelone, Nathan A. Ross, Alexa D. Weimert. 11TH GRADE — Morgan R. Clouser, Chandler B. Edwards, Alex M. James, Gavin S. Keith. 10TH GRADE — Joseph D. Kunsman, Saxton ...

Honor roll

BELLWOOD-ANTIS HIGH SCHOOL THIRD MARKING PERIOD HIGH HONOR ROLL NINTH GRADE — Rebecca Burns, Halee Cassidy, Gabriella Finn, Hunter Gregg, Kali Lonsinger, Isaac Lusk, Emily Martin, Sasha Neyman, Kenneth Robison, John Sloey, Abigail Snyder, Sicily Yingling, Lauren Young. 10TH GRADE — ...

Graduates

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, Little Rock, Ark. — John Siegel, DuBois, master’s degree in education. EASTERN MENNONITE UNIVERSITY, Harrisonburg, Va. — Owen Musselman, Claysburg, B.S. history.

Deans’ lists

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, Bradford — Garrett Timko, Clearfield; Erika Helo, DuBois. BOB JONES UNIVERSITY, Greenville, S.C. — President’s List: Erika Carbaugh, Altoona; Erin Kilian, James Creek.

Honor roll

BELLWOOD-ANTIS MIDDLE SCHOOL THIRD MARKING PERIOD HIGH HONOR ROLL FIFTH GRADE — Rylie Andrews, Jacob Baker, Max Belis, Matthew Berkowitz, Briley Campbell, Jacob Caracciolo, Macy Cherry, Vincent Daughenbaugh, Zachary Gonzalez, Lilliana Hardman, Caden Kratzer, Noah Larson, Trinity Maines, ...

Graduates

SOUTH HILLS BUSINESS COLLEGE — Marcus Lewis, Altoona, A.S., specialized technology, information technology. COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY, Conway, S.C. — Megan Foster, Everett, B.A., communication; Kourtney Mortimer, Bedford, B.A., communication.

On campus

Students join honor society BATON ROUGE, La. — The following local residents were recently initiated into The Honor So-ciety of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines: n Robert Cline III, Mar-tinsburg, University of ...

Penn State Altoona Enactus team wins regionals

Team advances to national competition in Missouri Penn State Altoona’s Enactus team has been named regional champions at the Enactus USA Regional Competition, held March 19 in Philadelphia. The team’s 14 students showcased the collective impact of their community outreach efforts by ...

Honor roll

CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL, MARTINSBURG THIRD MARKING PERIOD HIGH HONOR ROLL 12TH GRADE — Grace Baker, Alyssa Bassler, Kenedi Berkhimer, Alyssa Brumbaugh, Lauren Dangel, Chelsea Dick, Nathan Earnest, Meghan Flaugh, Nicholas Glunt, Hannah Hallman, Josiah Hample, Katelyn Harker, Emily Hoover, ...

Cresson Lake Playhouse announces music camp

EBENSBURG — Cresson Lake Playhouse will offer a summer camp titled “CLP Unplugged Jr. Summer Camp.” Children going into grades four through 10 in the 2018-19 school year will work with voice specialists Josh and Mariah Duman to explore and prepare vocal performance pieces. The ...

IUP graduates

INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA DECEMBER GRADUATES Blair County Altoona — Maxwell Joseph Knott, B.S., Communications Media; Maureen Steinbugl, M.S., Nursing. Claysburg — Alyssa Maryn Burk, B.S., nursing. Hollidaysburg — Bethany Marie Kanski, B.S., physical education and ...

Across the area

Sisters to hold golf scramble June 8 HOLLIDAYSBURG — The Sisters of the Carmelite Community of Word’s 14th annual golf scramble will be held June 8 at Scotch Valley Country Club with a shotgun start at noon. Registration is $115 per golfer or $425 per foursome if registered by May ...

Altoona senior receives scholarship in essay contest related to music

Gabriella Petrarca, a senior at Altoona Area Senior High School, has received a $1,000 scholarship through an annual student scholarship essay contest. The contest is conducted by School Band and Orchestra (SBO), sister publication to Musical Merchandise Review (MMR) trade magazine. The ...