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2015-2016 Smith Clove Elementary Yearbook

Yearbook for the Smith Clove Elementary School 1st Graders as a Gift from the PTA (Class of 2027)

Keywords: Yearbook,1st Graders

SMITH CLOVE
ELEMENTARY

2015-2016


TODAY YOU HAVE

YOU ARE YOU, BRAINS

THAT IS TRUER THAN TRUE. IN YOUR HEAD.

THERE IS NO ONE YOU HAVE FEET IN YOUR SHOES.

ALIVE WHO IS YOU CAN STEER

YOUER YOURSELF

THAN YOU. ANY DIRECTION

YOU CHOOSE.

THE MORE THAT YOU THINK

READ, LEFT AND THINK RIGHT AND THINK LOW AND

THE MORE THINGS YOU WILL KNOW. THINK HIGH.

THE MORE THAT YOU OH, THE THINKS

LEARN, YOU CAN THINK UP

THE MORE PLACES IF ONLY

YOU’LL GO. YOU TRY!


Welcome to

Smith Clove
Elementary


A Note from Mr. Berger

Dear Smith Clovers,

It probably seems like yesterday that
you walked into Smith Clove for the first
time as a kindergartner and now you are
getting ready to enter second grade at a
new school. I’m sure you can agree that
over the past two years you have become
more confident as stronger readers,
writers, mathematicians, scientists, and
explorers. Throughout the school year, I
have watched you grow as you made new
friendships and learned the importance of
respecting others and their differences.

Always remember the great memories and friendships that you made
at Smith Clove. It has been a joy for me to see the smiles on your
faces as you sang with Beth and Scott, observed the birth of baby
chicks, participated in Field Day, and became bucket fillers by earning
positive behavior tickets with Red Grammer.

I am so proud of each and every one of you for all you have

accomplished at Smith Clove. Always follow your heart, make good

choices, and try your best and you can achieve whatever you set your

mind to. Don’t ever forget to treat others kindly and to help each other,

so you are constantly filling your bucket. We will miss you very much,

but are excited for you as you continue your educational journey as

proud second graders! Don’t forget to come back to visit; our doors will

always be open to you. “Whoa, we’re gonna change things
One by one, rearrange things
Love,
Mr. Berger Filling up a bucket seems like a small, small thing
But it has the power to change the world.”
- Red Grammer

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A Note from Mrs. Ricker

Dear First Graders,

Thank you so much for making me feel
so welcomed in my first year at Smith
Clove. It is amazing how quickly all of
you have grown up right before our
eyes. You have developed into such
bright and confident learners. I am so
very proud of all of you and will miss you
dearly next year. I will remember each
and every one of you and you will always
have a special place in my heart. Thank
you for all your hugs, beautiful drawings,
personalized books and special gifts
that you have given me throughout
the year. You are such a friendly and generous group of students.

Please always be kind to one another, look out for each other and
keep using your “bucket filler “ behaviors. I hope you will always re-
member all that you learned and all the fun times you had at Smith
Clove Elementary School. I am sure you will continue on your quest
for knowledge in your next school and you will accomplish incredi-
ble things in the future. Please keep in touch and come back to visit.

Love,
Mrs. Ricker

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Christopher Berger Christine Ricker Lisa Hodges Lisa Yurman
Principal Assistant Principal Nurse Health Assistant

Sharon Drumgoole Jean Marie Witherby

Linda DiBattista Lyn Milone
Greeter Library Cleark

Stacey Terracino Moira Buonanno Naomi Barone, Dolores DiVestea, Antoinette Santo-Feliz, Phyllis Marinelli.
Not pictured: Mery Meza, Karen Leiper, Mirna Cabrera

4


In order from left, Lynne Stora, Kara DeLuca, Cheryl Dennison, Cynthia
Ellis, Patricia Kelly-DiMurro

Dave Herb and James Conklin
Custodial Crew - Not pictured: Joe Billera & Robert Morrison

Joe Siena Bob Moran
Head Custodian Security

5


Suzanne Adler Carolyn Coby Kristen Covert Mary Fillingham Jennifer Furer

Elizabeth Granberg Matthew Hemmer Caitlin Mayer Eileen Moschetti Grace-Ann Napolitano

Gina Persichetti Suzanne Quintana Deana Ranaldi Donna Vesta Aliza Whittel

6


Tanya Apostolico Daniel Chuckran Adriana Filippone Elizabeth Granberg Liz Heffner

Layni Hoover Kelly Hughes Lauren Mallette Catherine Menzo Claire Navarra

Kathleen O’Dowd Dana Quinn Deana Ranaldi Amy Spielberger

7


Melinda Bobnick
Speech

Angela Cox Danielle DeStefano Simone Ercoline Felicita Ferrara
Reading Resource Room Spech (SC/SE) ESL

Roseann Fiorillo
Reading

Adrienne Fuchs Kaki Gunnels Emily Schoenbach Stephanie Youngman
Reading OT (DW) ESL Pyschologist

8


Nicole Boselli Cheryl Brodsky David Colabella David Dixon

Amanda Edwards Janet Feinberg Jennifer Lewis Lynette Marks

Emily Perez Jackie Sanchez Jillian Scott Kerry Sudul

99


Steven Brown

John Cabrera Barbara Dell-Webster
Susan Kearns
Merrett Sinnett Kerry Rooney

Rebecca Walker

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10


Farewell from Mrs. Davidson

Q: How long have you been with Smith Clove and/or
Monroe Woodbury School District?
A: I can hardly believe the time has come for me to say
“Good-Bye” to all my friends at Smith Clove. Twenty-one
years ago, I began working at Monroe-Woodbury as the
librarian at Harriman Heights. When the new high school
opened and we reorganized, Harriman Heights and Harri-
man K-1 schools combined into what is now Smith Clove

Library. As I look around at the shelves, I realize that I

selected and ordered almost every book we have!

Q: What will you miss most about working at Smith

Clove?
A: Of course, what I will miss the most are the kids! They
are great and I love them all. Every day I get to help a child
find just the right book – even if their description is “the blue
one with something on the cover”. Watching them expand
their interests and confidence in the library is truly gratifying.
I will miss the excitement from the students when they get their library card and
begin borrowing books. I’ll miss the student who returns a book and tells me
“this book was really great”. I’ll miss our staff as well, they are top notch and I

will miss their friendship.

Q: What are your plans for retirement?
A: Well, of course when I retire I plan to write my children’s book! Really. I
when I was in graduate school and was told to pursue it. There is not one on
started it
the subject and I have learned much about how a book is crafted. Narrative nonfiction ---- watch for
it. Not many people know this but I was almost a music major. So now I will have time to dust off my
piano and return to playing. Aside from that, I am looking forward to spending more time with my fam-
ily and traveling with my husband on his many trips. Of course it won’t really feel like retirement until

September.

Q: Who is your favorite children’s author and why?
A: My favorite children’s author: this is a tough one. I have several that have survived popular culture
and perennially continue to write good literature for kids. David Wiesner writes and illustrates books
that engage and challenge the reader to use their imagination. My favorite two are “Tuesday” and “Mr.
Wuffles!”. Chris VanAllsburg is another favorite of mine. Audrey and Don Wood wrote my favorite
“Heckedy Peg”. My son learned his days of the week from listening to me read and reread this book to
him over and over again.

Q: Do you have a special story/memory you’d like to share?
A: I’ll never forget the move to Smith Clove and combining two libraries into one. It was
like shuffling a deck of cards. Redesigning the layout and color coordinating the boxes
of books for the move made for a smooth transition. I can remember the mountain of
boxes in the middle of the floor. They almost reached the ceiling. We shelved 12,000
books and assorted materials and when school opened, you would never have known
what it looked like only two weeks prior. There are so many memories – and now the
time has come for new memories.

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11


Mrs. Adler’s Class

12


Brendan Bertolotti Ayden Carpenito

Nicolas Colello LilyAnna Costello

Brielle Devine Vienne Doscher

Elaria Ibrahim Teanna Jennings

13


Jack Jurgens Ava Lejovitzky-Reich

Francisco Martinez Chidi Mbamali

Logan McCullough Olivia Mullahy

Arianna Napoleoni Julianna Robusto

14


Yaakov Ross Kayla Smith

Julianna Spreckman Yoojin Sung

Bodhi Taft Triston Taylor

William Towns Brady Varian

15


Mrs. Coby’s Class

16


Zainab Ahmad Myliana Boller

Skylei Cardona Cecilia Cruz

Elizabeth Deskin Daniel Gallo

Christian Galvez Nathaniel Gomez

17


Olivia Heim Lucas Herb

Melanie Junious Jamie Laracuenta

Jada Lee Madelyn Lenoci

Ethan Maldonado John McConnell

18


Dylan McPartland Shae Michel

Euan Nelson Alexander Ramos

Hector Ruiz Matthew Tomassi

Michael Zymberi

19


Mrs. Covert &
Ms. Mayer’s Class

20


Asher Aarons Victoria Beltran

William Calohan Danny Campbell

Gabriela Carchipulla Nathan Fiacco

Arielle Francis Antoinette Fuentes

21


Anthony Jimenez Aislinn Kavanagh

Mya Medrano Adelina Nazario

Colleen O’Reilly Claudel Pierre-Paul

Steven Pita Gonzalez Peyton Preira

22


Katelyn Quinones Christine Ribeiro

Alexa Rivas Dimitri Rouchon

Nua Anton Rrapi Jackson Spreckman

Jaxon Yamamoto

23


Ms. Fillingham’s Class

24


Angel Bautista Izgi Bogubaev

Nicholas Chinigo Jaeda Crapanzano

Anna Fahy Adam Hernandez

Owen Hynes Alana Jarrous

25


Hailee Jennings Maikah Joseph

Brynn Loyd Liam McGee

Alyssa Miceli Julio Munzelle

Linda Rrapi Trevor Sandler

26


Brandon Schwarz Jaden Shaw
Ciera Smidga
Gabriella Tenev Annamaria
Smiechowski

William Turnier

Jayden Waterman Skyla Caraballo Matteo Sumner

27


Mrs. Furer’s Class

28


Madison Barnsley Aya Brahmi
Kimberly Carino Lopez Elijah Chacko

Lily Cullinane Enzo D’Elia

Gina DePasquale Darvin Diaz Rivas

29


Nicolas Feliz Galilea Fuentes
Kyra Gilligan Ramirez

Alex Gomez Bautista

James Johannemann Nicole Machado

Max Mayer Diana Montano Rojas

30


Kayla Mosca Vincent Polichetti

Vanessa Rosas-Pelaez Audrey Saliba

Zachary Seltzer Emma Truhon

Christopher VanderDrift Justin Varghese

31


Miss Granberg’s Class

32


Julia Aban Christiana DePaulis

Edwin lores

Christopher Mendez Leonel Montes Lopez
Quiroz

33


Mr. Hemmer’s Class

Shan Chen

34


Emmy Erickson Aalok Forbes

Celine Freeman Haylee Hascoat

Olivia Hernandez Sean Hicks

Angelina James Mia Jimenez

35


Kallie Keriazes Connor King

James Marsiglio Tristan Matos

Ian Mayer Joseph Pascarelli IV

Lilian Post Morgan Reich

36


Isabella Romero Brielle Santiago

Jaelyn Santos Ramos Ryan Seman

Hannah Song Leon Tian

Leonardo Villanueva Fiona Zheng

37


Mrs. Moschetti’s Class

38


Luis Aguilar Brito Sophia Amzil

Macy Benza Elijah Botts

Gianella Cepin Riley Colligan

Nina Conjura Brandyn Cox

39


Victor Crespo Reyes Bryanna DeLeon

Jade Duffy Vanessa Esposito

Geovanny Leala Gonzalez
Garcia-Hernandez

Christopher Ielardi Joely Levin

40


Eliana Osiel Maya
Martinez Mendoza Joseph O’Connell

Lana Norton

Devon Paley Julius Peralta

Cace Ragle Afique Rahman

41


Mrs. Napolitano’s Class

42


Natalie Beers Daniel Berry

Emilia Calone Kaiya Caparla

Luke Carneglia Meghan Escobar

Ezequiel Flores Adilene Garcia

43


Haley Garulli Samir Henriquez

Isaiah Hill John Hughes

Caleb Landres Alexis Livingston

Sarah MacLeod Michael Maris

44


Naya Marrero Jazmine Pyle

Matthew Robertson Amarii Rogers

Lara Rubio Markian Sandler

Ryan Spence Giaddys Suero

45


Mrs. Persichetti’s Class

46


Madison Buchler Julian Castillo

Giovanni D’Elia Laila Dandridge

Matthew DiFate Chloe Dwyer
Mia Falesto
Carlos
Guzman Romano

47


Arrita Haxhijaj Megan Irizarry

Sophia Lorusso Brianna Martinez

Tyler Massey Jack Matthews

Thomas Murphy Vrisa Parikh

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