DANVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Grade 6: Tyler Albertson, Eli Anderson, Jakob Andrews, Madison Arbo, Priya Barua, Elizabeth Bason, Rorie Bass-Foresman, Cambria Batista, Jacob Baylor, Tate Berkey, Darren Berry, Haylie Betz, Rachel Blansfield, James Bogart, Maggie Bonomo, Tyler Boudreau, Andrew Bravo, James Brown, Crystal Burkland, Alexis Burrell, Ethan Cera, Hannah Connuck, Clara Coombe, Erin Cope, Griffin Coppola, Grace Cram, Dakota Cropf, Coleman Cush, Ruxandra Dancea, Alyssa DeGreen, Kaylea Dean, Matthew Dunkle, Braeden Eckard, Preston Fausnaught, Abigail Ferguson, Brianna Frantz, Emily Gee, Paige Gray, Anna Haney, Dyson Harward, Haley Hendricks, Jared Hendrickson, Lucas Hoffman, Zachery Holdren, Alia Horwitz, Cecelia Hough, Cindy Huang, Mackenzie Jenkins, Crystal Jones, Collin Jordan, Olivia Jordan, Samantha Kennedy, Abigail Kline, Elaina Klinger, Ashley Konjura, Joshua Kopelcheck, Kaitlyn Kovaschetz, Shane Kozick, Kaiden Kurzawa, Donald Kuziak, Mary Kuziak, Ariana Loreman, Lucas Madison, Samantha Marsh, Owen Martz, Nathaniel Mausteller, Nicholas May, Connor McCollum, Briana McCormick, Brandon McGaw, Jared Meredick, Austin Millar, Morgan Miller, Kellen Mills, Maria Montoya, Sophia Mucciolo, Alex Muhiddinov, Kiya Mundrick, Devynn Napp-Barker, Sean Nesbit, Zachary Norfolk, Jacob Oberdorf, Peyton Pankotai, Marissa Patynski, Peyton Persing, Jasper Pfleegor, Mason Prall, Kyle Quade, Blake Rauch, Joanna Raup-Collado, Calla Reeder, Chloe Reeder, Cassie Reibsome, Evan Reinaker, Bailey Richardson, Peyton Riley, Momoko Rolle, Alexa Rupert, Emily Salerno-Oswald, Sean Sebasovich, Eric Sees, Bailey Seybert, Emiley Shaffer, Nicole Shepard, Kylee Shultz, Madelyn Smiley, Corina Smith, Isaac Smith, Jacquelyn Smith, Kayla Spiker, Dylan Spotts, Tori Strausser, Lynsey Stump, Eric Tressler, Caleb Tucker, Alana Urban, Jon Vastine, Leah Watkins, Brooke Weaver, Kayla Weber, Evan Welliver, Corey Williams, Scott Wintersteen Jr, Mackenzie Wright, Mai Yoshimizu, Zachary Zerbe, Chen Zheng, James Zola
Grade 7: Alyssa Adams, Jeana Alexander, Julianna Balatincz, Ethan Benjamin, Stevie Benner, Jordan Bickhart, Lauren Brady, Ashley Brent, Taylor Brosious, Jasmine Carter, Taylor Cashner, Samantha Chillis, Erin Clarke, Nathaniel Cole, Raymond G Cook Jr., Jesikah Cooper, Adam Copenhaver, Gracie Crone, Ian Davies, Chase Day, Jenna Deal, Elizabeth Decoteau, Gannon Feldmann, Patricia Fidler, Jacob Foster, Faith Gard, Nikaela Haas, Michelle Hackenberg, Peri Hassanzadeh, Hannah Heddings, Brycen Heimbach, Elizabeth Henning, Samantha Houser, Raegan Jones, Cody Kizis, Haylea Knotts, Isabel Krum, Abigail Kuntzman, Emma Lehr, Ashley Lindner, Brooke Lindner, Alexander Marsters, Jared Mowery, Nicholas Nizinski, Silas Olshefski, Feni Patel, Jacob Raup, Morgan Raup, Julia Resele, Julia Reidhammer, Alexander Robenolt, Madison Roth, Mikayla Rovenolt, Brenan Ryan, Emma Sharp, Nadine Sharr, Mason Shultz, Dylan Smith, Spencer Snowden, Caleb Stassel, Livia Van Humbeeck, Sarah Wildt, Raiden Williams, Shantel Wintersteen, Sydnee Yeager, Bradley Yeich, Madison Zechman
Grade 8: Monica Amarante, Margaret Baker, Skye Bardo, Alexis Bassett, Nathan Baylor, Alec Beck, Ryleigh Benjamin, Chadd Benner, Kara Bergerstock, Trenton Bird, Shannen Bordner, Baylee Boudreau, Matthew Boyer, Abigail Boyle, Leah Bravo, Jamie Breyfogle, Kimberly Breyfogle, John Carboni, Ellen Connuck, Erin Deegan, Faith Deegan, Kristyn Dissinger, Payton Diven, Casey Donahoe, Gita Elangbam, Nathaniel Elston, Brianna Emery, Rease Enright, John Erlston, Braeden Fausnaught, Nicole Fegley, Alexis Felegie, Haley Fetterolf, Dagen Franks, Gavin Geiger, Edward Georges, Eric Gill, Blake Gilliam, Daniel Gunther, Thomas Hack, Mckenzie Hackenberg, Leah Haney, Ashlee Hess, Trent Hilkert, Amber Holmes, Dawson Hosterman, Mallet James, Justine Jones, Aidan Kennedy, Brooke Kester, Camille Kester, Aimee Klees, Zachary Klein, Lauren Kline, Noah Koltenuk, Michael Kopelcheck, Nathan Koser, Elma Kotapuri, Vincent Krum, Paige Lankford, Nicholas Lapchak III, Ian Leiby, Matthew Leiby, Brent Llewellyn, Matthew Long, Megan Lynn, Alyssa Madison, Evan Martz, Ryan Messa, Allison Mettler, Anikah Mikita, Taylor Morgan, Allyson Mullen, Dana Murphy, Zorana Murphy, Tara Musselman, Amanda Myers, Lianna Oms, Sahil Patel, Dakota Pequignot, Luke Petrus, Alexa Plisiewicz, Nicole Pride, Abigail Raup, Rebecca Reeder, Kathryn Reedy, Janae Renno, Devon Richardson, Gabrielle Ritter, Sophie Rudloff, Nicholas Seidel, Jessica Shiffer, Nina Shoemaker, Kayla Shultz, Brittany Shuman, Jamie Sidler, Alexander Smith, Cassie Smith, Kirsten Snyder, Evan Spickard, Nicoleena Storer, Ryan Styer, Kira Temple, Calista Toczek, Madison Vastine, Jake Weber, Linda Wen, Kaitlin West, Noah Williams, Mikayla Wright, Hunter Young, Genevieve Zola
DANVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL
FNB Bank celebrates 150th birthday Friday
DANVILLE — Displays of FNB Bank’s history through the years and grilling of hotdogs will be featured this week as the bank observes its 150th birthday.Continued ...
Greater concussion risk for young athletes
DANVILLE — With concussion litigation currently a hot button topic in the National Football League, athletes both young and old are more aware of the dangers of head injuries.Continued ...
16 enrolled in summer electives at Danville cyber academy
DANVILLE — The e-Learning Cyber Academy program is entering its second year with the launch of a new summer program and an upcoming move to a larger space.Continued ...
Generals speak freely to citizens during Iron Heritage Festival
DANVILLE — Civil War buffs had their questions answered by a group of Civil War military officers during a visit with the Confederation of Union Generals.Continued ...
Abigail House receives first place
DANVILLE – First place in the Iron Heritage Festival Parade was awarded to the Abigail House Bed and Breakfast.Continued ...
Festival accolades bittersweet: Suicide casts dark cloud for organizers
DANVILLE — While many visitors to the Iron Heritage Festival felt this year’s festivities were one to beat, the suicide of a Virginia man Saturday morning weighed heavily on organizers all weekend.Continued ...
More jail time for child sex assault inmate
WILKES-BARRE — A convicted murderer accused of having persuaded a woman to bring two girls to visit him in a northeastern Pennsylvania prison so he could molest them has been sentenced to additional prison time and fined.Continued ...
East End Fire Company Report, June '14
MAHONING TWP – East End Fire Company answered a total of 20 calls during the month of June. A total of 173 members responded to calls throughout the month, dedicating 188.5 hours worth of time to emergency calls.Continued ...
- FNB Bank celebrates 150th birthday Friday