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The Somers Record 2019 Graduation Section

CLASS of 2019


July 4, 2019

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Class of 2019

Christina Mary Abrenica Rose Dettwyler Alexandra Lee Kalayjian Anthony William Morea Cameron Dodge Saks
Adelina Ademaj Jack Dickson Kristian S Kallesten Luke Christopher Morello Yasmeen Salha
Michael Altieri Vincent DiLorenzo Liam James Kaseta Dylan Michael Morzillo Christopher John San Jose
Maryam Amani Sarah Nicole DiRubbo Kendall Rae Katsch Karly Jane Moscarello Anthony Santos Leverich
Hannah Angelini Gabrielle Alejandra Dwyer Luke Cameron Khorram Robert Rufus Mullhaupt Noah Aaron Sanz
Blake Aquilino Alison Michele Dyevich Finnian Wayne Killeen Clare Murphy Faith Leslie Mei Sarfaty
Anna Arbelaez Isabella Ejlli Elektra Kirby Rosalie Jane Murphy Ryan Anthony Savino
Ashley Paige Arcidiacono Shania Enamorado Emma Catherine Kittredge Christopher Raymond Naldini Kristen Marie Schrecke
Andrew omas Ash eld Christian James Faller Mia Danielle Klayman Michael Stephen Napolitano Jessica Meredith Schreer
Emily Lynn Azimi Michael A. Fanelli Alexander Hilsen Koch Raghav Swami Nathan Brianna Scottino
Sabrina Doris Balfe Francesca Grace Farina Kellie Anne Kottmann Dominique Ariel Nikac Jesse T. See
Georgia Glynn Bambach Mackenzie Marie Farrell Gabriela Angelina Kowalczyk Alexa Rose Norton Rowan Francis Simpson
Jonathan Barakat Jordan Matthew Faust Erik William Krantz Michael Dylan Nyikos Matthew Christopher Soden
Rebecca Barakat Lucas Fecci Katrina Marie Kurtz Siwen Yi O’Brien Ethan Solano
Michael John Barbagallo Lucas Fedele James George La Rocca Anthony O’Donnell Trevor Robert Spadafora
Nikita Premi Batra Michael Anthony Fedele Brandon Paul LaSpina Jacqueline O’Donnell Colleen Spencer
Sam Joseph Bellio Declan Michael Ferrara Steven Paul Lawrence Jr. Conor Patrick O’Donoghue Caitlin Marie Spor
Derwin Beltran Michael omas Ferraro William Isaac Lerner Liam omas O’Loughlin Samantha Michelle Sposato
Sophia Hope Berkowitz Demitri P. Ferro Allison Sara Lever Linnea Valentina Olli John Martin Squitieri
Mackenzi Berner Dominique Concetta Fiorino Caroline Levine Christopher Orzech Tyler Steinfeld
Aiden John Bierman Aidan William Foley Kevin Li Victoria Rose Pagliaro Emily Rebecca Stone
Eden Bramson Arielle Merav Frattura Gabriello Lima Max Jedi Palmer David Owen Stoner III
Patrick Bridgham Alexandra Jane Frey Margaret Rose Longworth Jenna Gabriella Panaro Jordan Harrison Streisfeld
Chelsea Brown Gregory Vincent Fusco Jr. Madeleine Sophie Lopane Cassandra Paone Mercedesz Stumpf
Julian Bruno Armin Gachpazany Christina Marie Luciano Frank Parizek Christopher K. Sullivan
Anja Buerle Rachal Rose Genualdo Claudia Luna Velasquez Brooke Catherine Pender Margaret L. Sullivan
Alexa Cristina Burns Max Daniel Germaine Makena Kathryn Lurie Briana Marie Martins Pereira Lilliana Dominique Szczesniuk
Amanda Jane Burns Victoria Kristen Giudice Hannah Paige Lustig Sarah Perri Maria Taday
James Burns Alix Fae Goldman Brianna Dior Lux Madisen Inge Pickel Gustav Declan Talleur
Riley Claire Burns Diego Felix Gonzalez Hauger Brett MacDonald Daniela Pillcurima Katherine Christina Taylor
Joseph Calandrucci Kevin Patrick Graber Nicholas Maestri Christopher Anthony Pirigyi Joshua Tetro
Emily Rose Calloway Max J. Grell Alexander Maher Alexandra Pittman Valentina Tillmann
Hunter Candreva Katherine Elizabeth Gutter Liam James Mahood Chloe Pittman Molly Elizabeth Tiso
Gri n Carpiniello Anabelle Guzman Kyle Malisse Amanda Polito Lyndsey Tooma
Logan Matthew Carriero Aliza Natalie Hackmyer Lauren Nicole Maloney Daniela Priore Jason Tyler Tulchin
Alexa Nicole Casciano Eric S. Halper Erica Lynn Marschke Ryan Michael Pufahl Gabriella Marie Vaccarelli
Lauren Faith Chan Nathan Han Cristinel Martino Natalie Elizabeth Quigley Jenna Vaccarelli
Taran Chana Derek William Healy Nicholas Bernard Matacchieri Mateo Rannekleiv Brooke Elisabeth Wagner
Anna Lucia Cli Jessica Rose Healy Kiley Rose Matschke Joseph Reale James William Wagner
Luke E. Collins Jared Evan Heller Gabriella Marie Mazzotta Michael Anthony Reginella Christopher Ross Ward-Willis
Jazmyn Colon Michael R Herbert Timothy John McCormack Samantha Beatrice Reyes Noah R. Watanabe
Shannon Michaela Comiskey Linsey Diana Hersh eld Liam C. McDonald Joseph Terence Ri el Jason Dylan Weiss
Dillon James Coneco Liam Campbell Hickey Michael Dean McGaughey Jonathan Michael Riina Charles John Weissman
Heather I. Coy Claire Dolores Hintze James John McHugh Jordan Paige Rinaldi Jessica Wheeler
Jack Arthur Creighton Myss-Belajnes Horne Justin McLarnon Evan Ritzcovan Scott J. Wienecke
Samantha Curnyn Nicole Stephanie Iervolino Eve McTernan Louis Roberti III Lillian Williams
Olivia D’Agnese Joseph C. Iorizzo Jr. Christopher Meaney Joshua Rosaspina Jalen Christopher Wilson
Logan John D’Anna Conor Steel Jaykus Kameryne Mehiel Jonathan Rosskopf Deirdre Morgan Winston
Evan D’Iorio Daniel Jean Keylan Mendez-Areas Alaina Rothschild Piotr Wrzask
Isabella Maria DeChico Abriana Janelle Johnson Tara Meneses-Matthews Zachary Rubin Jaeyon Yeo
Robert Dedvukaj Emma Bremen Jones Hannah August Meshil Alexis Jennifer Ruiz Robert Frederick Zaiser
Maximus Del Duco Rachel Joseph Anne Misoki Raquel Sophia Ruiz Katy Lynn Zottoli
Jessica Dellamedaglia Mackenzie James Joyce John Mollaghan Isabella Rukaj

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Katie Taylor

What activities are you involved in at torical and political thought, philosophy, How has Somers High What will you miss most about high
high school and in the community? and literature) for a selected cohort of School prepared you for school and Somers?
the future?
Many of my favorite high school rst year students. e lecture and semi- I will miss the concentration of so
memories began in the music depart- nar were fascinating, but my favorite part Somers High School has many ideas and my favorite people in
ment, especially playing bassoon with of the day was spending time with the challenged me to ask good one building. e opportunities in my
the band and singing in the chamber students. ey were welcoming, gracious, questions, both through everyday path were pretty remarkable:
choir and concert choir. I served as and curious, and I am so excited to join the formal preparation of we debated the impacts of U.S. covert
president of the band and of the musi- that program and community next year! the IB program and the operations in Latin America during
cal theater company, as well as section informal conversations the Eisenhower Administration, trav-
leader in both choirs. During my senior What is a favorite memory of yours I have shared with my elled downstairs to debate free will after
year, I began to play with the Greater from high school? classmates and teachers. I reading excerpts of Robert Sapolsky’s
Westchester Youth Symphony Orches- better understand not only “Behave,” walked further down the
tra, and we performed our gala con- Taking the stage for Mamma Mia! how to ask but also how hallway to discuss cosmological evidence
cert at Lincoln Center this past April. while wearing the sparkly blue morph to answer: SHS has taught for an expanding universe, and ended up
Outside of music, I interned with New suit and white platform boots will always me to research and to read at rehearsal for a musical that would be
York State Assemblyman David Buch- be a really special moment for me. My more fully. No matter what performed for the entire community. is
wald and volunteered each summer at role (Tanya) was out of my comfort I choose to do with the would all happen in just one day. I know
the public library in Inlet. I was one of zone and entirely di erent from much rest of my life, I know I that each of us will continue to nd new
the student leaders and speakers at our of my high school experience; it really will rely on that inquisitive opportunities as we go forth in life, but
Unity Rally and Walkout following the challenged me in ways I didn’t know I foundation. SHS has a unique ability to throw all
shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas could be challenged. I loved sharing the kinds of ideas and moments together in
High School. I won the Harvard Book performances with What are some goals you have for the one environment. at being said, I will
Award and the Frederick Douglass and my best friends, and future? especially miss the people who made all
Susan B. Anthony Award for Commu- it was so much fun of this happen and who made me excited
nity Dedication and was selected for the to create the show I have thought about many di er- for school every day.
GENIUS Olympiad International High together! ent career paths—longform journalist,
School Project Competition and the speechwriter, national security or consti-
New York State Summer Young Writ- Are there any tutional lawyer, literature professor, and
ers’ Institute. My letter to the editor was teachers that had others—but they are all united around a
published in the New York Times last an impact on you? sense of constant writing and teaching. I
September and I was named a National If so, who and why? like nding better explanations for new
Merit Scholar in May. ideas, and I hope to be able to put that
I have been skill to the better service of our commu-
What does it feel like to be named incredibly lucky to nities. On a personal level, I would also
valedictorian? have supportive, like to travel more widely and read titles
engaging teachers. from an increasingly long life-reading list!
My grandfather grew up on Mus- Over the past two
coot Farm and attended the one-room years, all of our
schoolhouse on Moseman Avenue in International Bac-
what was the Somers School District. It calaureate teach-
is a privilege to see how the community ers have guided
and schools have changed over 80 years, us through the program with grace
and I am proud to ful ll his legacy with and dedication. IB History with Mr.
this honor. Schuler and Ms. Catania was person-
ally my favorite IB course because it
Where are you going to college, what has profoundly changed how I view our
will you major in, and how did you nation and our world. Also, Ms. Scanlon,
decide on the college and major? particularly, has been our rock as she
shared her expertise and amazing stories
I will be attending Yale University as in eory of Knowledge and as the IB
a prospective English major. Ultimately, coordinator. Finally, I’m so thankful for
I made my decision after attending a the constant support (and book recom-
lecture and seminar with the Directed mendations!) from the English depart-
Studies Program, which is an interdisci- ment, especially Mr. Benedetto and Mr.
plinary series of humanities courses (his- Murphy.

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Class of 2019
At this point, it is my turn to share a few as part of his Sax Quartet; and Sammi Reyes
Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss,
you’ll land among the stars. words with the Class of 2019 and tonight taught us all to “Fashion Your Passion.”

PROUDLY SERVING I’d like to talk about separation. You may be • Connor Jaykus: Recipient of the rst
thinking to yourself, that’s a weird topic to ever Dom Narcisco Award at Senior
Fine Jewelry, Fashionable Sterling Silver, Native
American Jewelry. Beautiful jewelry by casual people. talk about at graduation,so a ord me a mo- Sports Awards.

Est. 1975 ment to explain. One of the oddest parts of • Matt Soden: splitting his pants at prom

256 Route 100 Somers, NY (914) 232–8739 being an educator at the high school level • James Wagner: talented crochet artist
is that once a year, on or about June 24, we whose collection of crocheted animals and

say goodbye, en masse, to an entire class of other gures adorned one of our display

seniors with whom we have grown close cases, to the delight of all.

over the past four years. at collective de- • World Poetry Competition: Maddy

parture of the 265 of you here tonight, as it Lopane earned 2nd place in the French

has each year before, will undoubtedly leave Advanced category.

us all with a sense of loss–I’m sure the par- • Senior class board: meticulously planned a

ents in the audience can attest to that. And variety of activities to bring the class together

while a new class of eighth graders, soon to including apple picking, senior parking spots,

be Somers High School freshmen, are get- ice skating trip, Great Adventure trip, prom at

ting ready to take your place (in fact, their Sleepy Hollow Country Club. You should all

graduation will take place tomorrow under feel proud of the legacy you have left behind.

this very tent), it’s just not the same know- • Colleen Spencer: riding down the hall-

ing that you, the Class of 2019, will never way in the electric car as part of the Green

be together in its entirety again like this. Energy Club.

So, for me, as your principal, today marks • Our Town: Luke Morello as the narrator

a bittersweet occasion. And, as I re ected • Mama Mia: KatieTaylor,Emily Azimi,and

on all the ways in which you are truly ir- Deirdre Winston who brought the house down

replaceable, I couldn’t help but think about along with Freshman Joe (Joe Calandrucci).

what it is I will miss most about this class. • Nathan Han: two-time state champi-

So here are just a few of the highlights: onship in golf.

• Rachel Joseph: 1st SHS student to • Boys soccer: went to states for the sec-

place at the International Science and En- ond time and even though they came up a

gineering Fair. little short, made us all proud.

• WISE Projects: Alexa Norton choreo- • James LaRocca: rst male cheerleader

graphed and performed her own chrono- in Somers history who broke barriers and

logical history of di erent dance styles in her changed peoples’ perceptions of the sport

exhibition “Dance throughout the Decades”; • Fashion Show: Nicki Fiorino, Caitlin

Jared Heller worked with the Somers His- Spor, Emma Kittredge, Caroline Levine,

torical Society and compiled genealogical Molly Tiso, Lindsey Tooma, and Alix

information on over 2,000 Somers’historical Goldman. SEE BAYER PAGE 9
residents; Max Palmer performed pop songs

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BAYER went above and beyond helping our school Class of ’19 (Sung to the tune You’ve had the time of your life
and the community – speci cally Tyler of “Dancing Queen” by Abba) Ooh watch this class
FROM PAGE 8 Steal the scene
You are the Class of ‘19
• Mr. Somers: Kyle Melisse and Alex Steinfeld and Isabella Rukaj. You’re the Tuskers, you brought it on
Leave ’em thinking and now you’re gone
Pittman, fabulous MC’s where we watched ese are just some of the many contri- You can read Looking out for each other
As you always will do
Taran Chana shave, Lucas Fecci do amaz- butions of this class that have helped make You can write And when you tried your best
You passed life’s biggest test
ing things with his mind, Kevin Li play the Somers High School the special place that it You’ve had the time of your life You are the class of 19
Young and sweet
piano while blindfolded, and Kevin Gra- is. So as you prepare to leave us, I am struck Ooh, watch this class Only 17 (or 18)
Class of ‘19
ber showed us all he knows how to make but just how amazing this class is and I am Steal the scene See the teachers with their tambourines
oh yeah
a peanut butter sandwich (no jelly, just the reminded that tomorrow morning, as I re- You are the Class of ‘19 You can read
You can write
peanut butter), and taking home the title of turn to the school building without all of Friday night and the stands are packed You’ve had the time of your life
Ooh, watch this class
Mr. Somers was Raghav Swami Nathan! you there, I will once again feel that sense of Tusker Nation – our fans are jacked Steal the scene
You are the class of 19
• Hannah Angelini: scored 1,000 points separation. In conversations with many of Our bands play the right music You are the class of 19
Watch this class
in basketball. you over the past few weeks as well as your Dance team in the swing Steal the scene
You are the Class of ‘19
• And of course, our seniors once again parents, some of you have expressed that Raghav was the Prom King Congratulations and best wishes to the Class
of 2019!
showed us that they don’t really know the you’re ready to move on while others have A day in the life at Somers High

di erence in the decades during ‘70s day talked about how you will miss school great- e day has come, time to say goodbye

(or ‘60s or ‘80s). ly, and I’m sure there are many of you who To all your family and friends

• Many talented senior artists: Brook fall somewhere in between. But as I told one Everything’ll be ne

Pender, Michael Barbagallo, Vincent mom a few days ago, if you’re ready to leave And when you got the chance

DiLorenzo, Maggie Sullivan, Michael us and you are looking forward to the next At the prom you did dance

Reginella and Nicholas Mattachieri. stage in your life, then we collectively have You are the Class of ‘19

• Logan Carriero painted his parking done our jobs. In many ways, high school is Young and sweet

spot with the Boston Red Sox logo and often referred to as the best time of your life. Only seventeen (or 18)

lived to tell about it. So as we close, I can only hope that you look Class of ‘19

• And no SHS musical endeavor was back on your years in Somers and recognize See the teachers with their tambourines

complete without Steven Lawrence behind that you have had the time of your life. oh yeah

the drums. To close, I’d like to ask a few of your class- You can read

• And to many of our seniors who always mates to join me on stage for a nal send o . You can write

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Kevin Li
What activities are you involved in at high from helping teachers grade papers to setting up
school and in the community? the auditorium stage and assisting at a center of
technology help for older citizens.
I’ve been an active member in the music
department at Somers High School, speci - What does it feel like to be named saluta-
cally the symphonic band and choir, and I won torian?
the director’s award for symphonic band and a
music service award as well. I am very involved I’m a very straight-forward and focused per-
in the science and math departments, as I son academically, so being named salutatorian
participated on the math team, chemistry club, is just another name that I could show o for
cancer research club, and occasionally physics academic achievement, but would rather not.
club. In junior year I received the Yale Book I believe that consistency is key and I always
Award alongside being a National Merit com- look forward and work harder to improve and
mended scholar. Outside of Somers, I have won maintain my academic status and hopefully be
international awards and advancements onto able to earn similar titles in much larger com-
international mathematics competitions, speci - petition. It’s nice for now, but rather than using
cally the American Invitational Mathematics some time to be proud of my achievements, I
Examination with distinction for ve years in a turn that time into more studying and working
row. Aside from academics, I have been active for even larger goals.
on the varsity tennis team for all four years of
high school and participated in volunteer work SEE SALUTATORIAN PAGE 11

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SALUTATORIAN was always some teacher that was open to setting aside their work brie y and having
a nice conversation. Similarly, all of the teachers had such a passion for what they
FROM PAGE 10 were teaching that they made everything fun and exciting to learn, even if it was just
memorizing certain terms or events. However, I do want to speci cally mention Ms.
Where are you going to college, what will you major in and how did you decide Scanlon for letting me interrupt her valuable moments of free time just to talk about
on the college and major? the most random topics from free will to why she wears her watch face toward her
palm than the back of her hand.
I am headed to UCLA College of Letters and Science to major in applied math-
ematics and will hopefully double in computer science as well. I have always been How has Somers High School prepared you for the future?
math oriented and I understood all math presented to me. I advanced much further Personally, the community at SHS has been the most important aspect to carry
in high school taking three summer semesters at WCSU with Dr. Xiaodi Wang to into the future. Being able to gather friends and support from everywhere, similarly
start my path in applied mathematics. Concurrently, I love technology and believe to networking in college and post-college, has been a fantastic skill to cultivate and
that the world will be driven by much more e cient and powerful technology in the made going to school every day very exciting and lled with laughter alongside the
future, which has led me to combine both my love for mathematics and computer rigorous workload.
What are some goals you have for the future?
What is a favorite memory of yours from high school? One of my rst goals is to get a dual master’s degree in applied math and com-
Oh God this question took me so long to answer because I don’t normally dwell puter science to open a gateway for my next goals, which are a little more broad
on memories of the past. One thing in particular overall that I enjoyed (not neces- and convoluted. I want to revolutionize the human race similarly to how Newton
sarily a speci c memory) was how welcoming every single teacher was to me. I had changed history by explaining his laws of physics and how it governs the universe.
a lled schedule for all four years, and whenever I had a brief moment, I would go However, in this generation, my goal is to parallel Newton with technological dis-
look for random teachers to update them on something that just happened or talk coveries.
just to talk. Speci cally, I was allowed to sit in one of the AP economics classes and
the teacher went on teaching the class as usual, but when I answered the questions What will you miss most about high school and Somers?
he was unfazed, which I found extremely amusing and comforting. I don’t get attached to places no matter how long I settle down for. For me, it’s the
people around me that make somewhere feel special, so I will de nitely miss every-
Are there any teachers that had an impact on you? If so, who and why? one who made Somers what it is and what is has been for the past 13 years and I
I don’t think any particular teacher had the most impact on me, because all of my wish everyone the best of luck in their future endeavors.
teachers (and teachers that let me walk into their classes and sit through a period)
were so inviting and supportive. Whenever I was bored and wanted to talk, there

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AT 104
Louis Forte

Louis Forte, a 104-year old World War
II veteran and Somers resident, received
an honorary diploma from Somers High
School during the 2019 graduation
ceremony on June 24. Forte never
received a high school diploma because
his father passed away and he had to
drop out of school to support his mother.
Accompanied by his granddaughter,
Christa Rotolo, and amid rousing cheers
from the audience, Forte donned a Somers
cap and gown.

“It was a very proud moment,” said
Christa Rotolo. “He was beaming and
enjoyed himself immensely.”

After receiving his diploma, Forte
shook hands with Principal Mark
Bayer, Superintendent Ray Blanch, and
other Somers Central School District

Somers High School Class of 2019

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To begin, I would like to o er my most sincere congratulations to the Somers High popular with others. Take every

School Class of 2019! Together, we have all come a long way. opportunity and make the most

For some of us this may be goodbye, until the chance meet up at Bobo’s or King out of it. Don’t be ashamed to start

Kone of course, and for others it’s just a see you soon. scooping ice cream at Cold Stone if

By attending SHS, we were fortunate to have technology, resources, and guidance it o ers a paycheck. Nobody starts

at our ngertips in all we pursued, whether it be in science, math, English, history, or at the top. You need to work hard

the arts. For this, we should thank our parents, teachers, and the school district. and show what you’re made of to

We are now prepared to start our next chapters, home or away, with con dence in get there. You’re going to have to

our abilities to succeed. Raised correctly at home, and supported at school, we now go eat a few packs of ramen before you

into the world and make those who shaped us into who we are, proud. earn yourself a let mignon.

With all that we have learned, we have the chance to truly impact the world during Life is a balancing act of work and

our lifetime. Now more than ever the world needs young minds to help solve and play. We as young adults need to

mend the many issues plaguing it. From the environment, to politics, to social action, realize that we aren’t expected to get

every single one of us has what it takes to make a positive change. You don’t need to everything right on the rst try. If

do it all. Choose your battles and ght them hard, and with passion. As long as you you don’t enjoy the major you have

helped one person you have made a di erence. chosen in college or your rst job,

e only way that it’s possible for us to change the world is by taking everything making a change is not the end of

we’ve been taught over our last 17 or 18 years and applying to the world beyond the world. It’s ok– nothing is meant

high school. Do things because you know they are right, it will greatly help others, or to come easy—you will hopefully

improve the wellbeing of society. nd your place. And thrive.

In our journeys ahead, adversity will come. You just have to ignore it or roll with the While working hard to achieve

punches. Take life with the highs and the lows. your goals, don’t forget to enjoy life along the way. Cherish old friends and make new

Helping others is just one aspect of living a successful and meaningful life. You ones.

need to go out and make something of yourself. Don’t be afraid to take a chance. Remember: Help others, be determined in your goals, enjoy the ride, live a life to be

Also, don’t be embarrassed if what you need to do to improve yourself is not what’s proud of. ank you and congratulations to the Class of 2019!

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A MESSAGE FROM THE SCHOOL BOARDDonnPaRREoSseInDbEluNmTI am excited to be here with everyone today. To First, by “say please and thank you” she meant ap-
all the parents in attendance, I may know how you’re preciate everyone around you. You have no idea what

feeling right now as it seems like yesterday that I was valuable lessons you might learn from an unlikely

sitting in the audience watching my own children source.

graduate under this very tent. Yet, just last month, I Secondly, by “eat your peas,” she meant do what you

attended my daughter’s college graduation. In addition know is good for you and what will help you grow.

to feeling immensely proud, I was also a little sad with Don’t take the easy way out, as in the long run, the hard

such a potent reminder of the passage of time. I did get work and growth will always pay o . She talked about

to hear a lot of speeches and advice given to that grad- a decision she made to decline a lucrative and presti-

uating class. e timing was fortunate for me since I gious job in favor of one where she knew she would

knew that I had to give this speech today. learn more, stating that she would have never have be-

e best advice I heard at that graduation came from come CEO if she had taken the “easier” job.

Patricia Poppe, the keynote speaker at the school of Lastly, by “don’t slouch/stand tall,” she was remind-

engineering. She is the CEO of the largest public utili- ing those particular students to be proud of the amaz-

ty company in the country and it just so happened that ing education they had just received. at’s what I

she also had a daughter among the graduates. Included want to do for all of you. With or without the blue

in her speech were three recommendations, which she ribbon, I have always known that Somers High School

called Advice from Mom, with a CEO twist. I want to is a special place. My prediction is you will appreciate it

share those three nuggets of wisdom with our gradu- more and more as you move through the next chapters

ates today. of your lives and will be reminded just how much you

No. 1: Say please and thank you. learned and of what you are capable.

No. 2: Eat your peas. So to the Class of 2019, say please and thank you,

No. 3: Don’t slouch, stand up tall. eat your peas, and be proud to be among the alumni of

Now this pretty much sounds like motherly advice Somers High School. great idea that you hear from someone else. But always

only for a young child, but here is where the CEO Oh, and maybe I do have one last piece of advice that give credit where credit is due— ank you Ms. Poppe.

twist comes in. comes only from me. No. 4: Never hesitate to adapt a And thank you and have a great evening!


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OFF TO THEIR NEXT ADVCEolNlegTeUpRicEksStudents from the Somers High School Class of 2019 will continue their education at the following institutions:

e University of Alabama University of Dayton Liberty University Pennsylvania State University SUNY College at Brockport
Alfred University University of Delaware Loyola University Maryland Pratt Institute SUNY College at Cortland
American University Denison University Make-up Designory - New York Purchase College, SUNY SUNY College of Environmental
Barnard College Drexel University Manhattan College Purdue University Science and Forestry
Baylor University University College Dublin Manhattanville College Queens College of the CUNY SUNY College at Geneseo
Bentley University Dutchess Community College Marist College Quinnipiac University SUNY College at Oneonta
Binghamton University Elon University University of Maryland, College Park University of Rhode Island SUNY Fredonia
Boston College Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University of Massachusetts, Rockland Community College SUNY Oswego
SUNY Broome Community College University - Daytona Beach Amherst Roger Williams University SUNY Plattsburgh
Bucknell University Emerson College Mercy College - All Campuses Sacred Heart University Syracuse University
University of California, Los Angeles Fair eld University Miami Dade College Saint Joseph’s University
Canisius College Fashion Institute of Technology Michigan State University San Diego Christian College e University of Tampa
Case Western Reserve University Florida Atlantic University University of Michigan San Diego State University e Ohio State University
Fordham University University of New Hampshire Sarah Lawrence College Trinity College
e Citadel, e Military College Georgia Institute of Technology at Durham Tulane University
of South Carolina Gettysburg College University of New Haven e University of Scranton Union College (New York)
Clemson University College of the Holy Cross Siena College University at Bu alo e State
Coastal Carolina University Indiana University at Bloomington e University of North Carolina Skidmore College University of New York
Colgate University Iona College at Chapel Hill University of Southern California University of Vermont
Ithaca College University of North Carolina at St. Lawrence University Virginia Tech
e College of Saint Rose James Madison University Wilmington State University of New York at Westchester Community College
Columbia University Johnson & Wales University Northeastern University New Paltz Western Connecticut State University
Connecticut College Lafayette College University of Notre Dame Stonehill College Western New England University
University of Connecticut Lehigh University University of Oregon Stony Brook University University of Wisconsin, Madison
Cornell University Pace University, New York City SUNY Albany Yale University
CUNY-Macaulay Honors College


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Katy Lynn Zottoli who graduated from Kennedy
Emily Rebecca Stone Catholic High School last month:
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Madisen Inge Pickel • Luke Rossiter
Dominique Concetta Fiorino • Daniel Eliseo
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Westchester County Board of Anna Cli , Isabella Ejlli, Francesca Achievement Award in Perseverance Lincoln Hall Somers Community

Legislators Proclamation “Student Farina, Aidan Foley, Conor Jaykus, Blake Aquilino, James Burns, Riley Achievement Award

Citizenship of the Year Award” Emma Jones, Rachel Joseph, Kevin Burns, Max Del Duco, Michael Brandon LaSpina

Timothy McCormack Li, Makena Lurie, Kiley Matschke, Fedele, Kendall Katsch, Linnea Olli, Girls Giving Back Scholarship

Michael Dono Character, Leadership Timothy McCormack, Luke Morello, Briana Pereira, Joseph Ri el, Jonathan Victoria Pagliaro

& Citizenship Scholarship Rosalie Murphy, Cassandra Paone, Rosskopf, Jesse See, Tyler Steinfeld, The Learning Garden Day Care

Dominique Fiorino, Katy Zottoli Natalie Quigley, Alaina Rothschild, Jason Tulchin, James Wagner, Jason “BEE” Kind Anti-Bullying Scholarship

The Lazar & Colucci, Raymond Isabella Rukaj, Noah Sanz, Emily Weiss Timothy McCormack, Isabella Rukaj

James & Associates & Somers Custom Stone, Margaret Sullivan, Katherine Adelaide Hunterton Memorial The Northeast Rotary Service Above

Framing Visual Arts Scholarship Taylor, Jaeyon Yeo Scholarship Self Scholar & Student of Distinction

Margaret Sullivan Somers Faculty Association Michael Dominique Nikac, Jessica Schreer Awards

Somers Democratic Club Phillip & Dono Award for Excellence Jim Curnyn Scholarship for Excellence Kellie Kottmann

Nettie Good Civic Award Faith Sarfaty in Art Scholarship The American Association of

Katy Zottoli Somers Faculty Association Dr. George Vincent DiLorenzo University Women Outstanding

Student Council Excellence Award Port Award for Excellence Somers Volunteer Fire Department Female Senior Award

Timothy McCormack, Samantha Arielle Frattura Memorial Award Samantha Reyes

Reyes, Jessica Schreer, Katy Zottoli Somers Faculty Association Vic Bucci Jordan Faust, Liam McDonald, Somers Holocaust Memorial

Student Council Recognition Award Award for Excellence Anthony Santos-Leverich, Trevor Commission Scholarship

Emily Calloway, Dominique Fiorino, Colleen Spencer Spadafora Jessica Schreer

Mia Klayman, Madisen Pickel, Isabella Somers Faculty Association Gordon Fran Ghelarducci Senior Scholarship The American Association of

Rukaj, Emily Stone Russell Award for Excellence Award University Women Excellence in

Somers Faculty Association Award for Luke Morello Noah Watanabe Writing for a Female Senior Award

Academic Excellence Somers Faculty Association Mangus- STARS Scholarship for Graduating Katherine Taylor

Christina Abrenica, Hannah Angelini, Narcisco Award for Excellence Seniors
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AWARDS Knights of Columbus Award for Max Germaine, Jared Heller, Isabella Athletics
Academic Achievement Rukaj Isabella Rukaj
FROM PAGE 20 PTSA Valedictorian Award
Lauren Maloney Katherine Taylor Somers Education Foundation Lynn
American Youth Soccer Organization Mildred Zimmerman Scholarship from PTSA Salutatorian Award Adams Memorial Scholarship
(AYSO) Senior Scholarship Award the NYSUT (New York State United Kevin Li
Teachers) Retirees Somers Police Benevolent Association Brandon LaSpina
Tyler Steinfeld Scholarship Somers SEPTA Achievement
Dr. Leslie Siegel Opengate Scholarship Faith Sarfaty Mackenzi Berner, Madeleine Lopane, Scholarship
Somers Lions Club Community John Mollaghan
Tyler Steinfeld Service Scholarship in Memory of PCSB Bank Award Riley Burns
Somers Chamber of Commerce Award Charles Ward, Henry Salerno, Wayne Linnea Olli Somers SEPTA Higher Learning
Van Tassel, Armand “Spike” Fourgeot, Somers Republican Club Loomis Scholarship
Jared Heller, Kellie Kottmann Joseph Casale and William Pope Scholarship
The Michael D. McAnaw Scholarship Isabella Rukaj James Burns, Jared Heller, Tyler
Award Patrick Bridgham, Jared Heller, Claire Somers Republican Club Scholarship Steinfeld
Hintze, Brandon LaSpina, Isabella Brandon LaSpina Somers School Related Professionals
Kellie Kottmann, Brandon LaSpina Rukaj Somers Education Foundation Excel Scholarship
The Karen Merritt Insurance Agency Lake Lincolndale Property Owners Scholarship Max Germaine, Emma Kittredge, Mia
Award Emmanuel Dick Scholarship Award Claire Hintze Klayman, Kellie Kottmann
Brianna Lux Somers Education Foundation Maddy The Sylvia J. Kalil Somers Youth
Samantha Curnyn Somers Women’s Club Mary Manzella Memorial Scholarship Sports Organization (SYSO)
Robert M. Leff Memorial Scholarship Cardinale Service Award Mackenzi Berner Scholarship
Katy Zottoli Somers Education Foundation Emma Kittredge, Jonathan Riina,
Jared Heller, Emma Jones Somers Moms Club Scholarship Citizenship Scholarship Claire Comerford
Ciao Italia Award Brandon LaSpina Jared Heller Honey Do Men Gutters & Roofing
Patrick Casabona Jr. Memorial Somers Education Foundation Jack Entrepreneur Scholarship
Erica Marschke Scholarship Kearney Memorial Scholarship for Mercedesz Stumpf
Somers Litter Task Force Scholarship Jared Heller, Brandon LaSpina, William H. Barlow Jr. Memorial Award
Timothy McCormack, Jonathan Riina Cassandra Paone
Jared Heller PTSA Award Scholarships
Heritage Women’s Club Award SEE AWARDS PAGE 22

Shannon Comiskey
Katonah American Legion Scholarship

Brianna Lux
King Lumber Technology Award

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AWARDS Social Studies Humanitarian Award Bright With Promise Math Award Lauren Maloney
Emma Jones Mackenzi Berner Excellence in Logic & Problem Solving
FROM PAGE 21 Award
Social Studies Excellence Award Outstanding Effort in Trigonometry
Weinstein Pharmacy Chemistry Award Mackena Lurie, Katherine Taylor Award Armin Gachpazany
Timothy McCormack Science Excellence Award
Social Studies Recognition Award Emma Kittredge, Lillian Williams
H & C Engineering Scholarship Christina Abrenica, Rebecca Barakat, Excellence in Trigonometry Award Emily Stone
Kristian Kallesten Nikita Batra, Aiden Bierman, Emily Outstanding Science Research Award
Emily Stone Calloway, Joseph Iorizzo, Abriana Isabella DeChicho, Michael Reginella
Johnson, Caroline Levine, Gabriello Excellence in Algebra 2 Award Rachel Joseph
Alfred Serex Principal’s Leadership Lima, David Stoner, Margaret Sullivan, Physics is Phun Award
Award Christopher Ward-Willis, Scott Linnea Olli
Wienecke Excellence in IB Mathematics SL Armin Gachpazany, Brian Hugick
Isabella Rukajer Award Carol Lieto Alternative High School
National Honor Society Award for Social Studies Upstander Award Scholarship
Dedication & Service Eden Bramson William Lerner
Excellence in IB Studies SL Award Keylan Mendez-Areas
Nikita Batra, Raghav Nathan Social Studies Global Citizenship Award Italian Club Award
Drama Club Outstanding Work in the Mackenzi Berner, Julian Bruno Margaret Sullivan, Deb Hendrie
Fall Drama Production Excellence in AP Computer Science Nikita Batra, Edier Rivera
Social Studies Joe Moore Economics Principles Award Italian Excellence Award
Emily Azimi, Claire Hintze, Luke Award
Morello, Raghav Nathan Derek Healy Lauren Maloney
Outstanding National English Honor Mia Klayman Appreciation of AP Statistics Award French Club Award
Society Officer Award Social Studies Living History Award
Jessica Schreer Isabella Rukaj, Christopher Ward- Yasmeen Salha
English Award for Excellence Jessica Schreer Willis French Excellence Award
Mackenzi Berner, Kylie Matschke Excellence in Calculus DE Award Excellence in Statistics Award
English Excellence & Dedication to the Claudia Luna-Vasquez Madeleine Lopane
WISE Experience Award Gabriella Mazzotta, Jordan Rinaldi, Excellence in AP Statistics Award Spanish Excellence Award
Jared Heller, Alexa Norton, Max Trevor Spadafora Emily Stone
Palmer, Samantha Reyes Excellence in AP Calculus AB Award Excellence in PreCalculus Award Claire Hintze
Social Studies Human Rights Award Luke Morello Claire Hintze Physical Education Excellence Award
Rachal Genualdo, Cassandra Paone Excellence in AP Calculus BC Award Excellence in PreCalculus Honors
Dillon Coneco Award Lauren Chan, Joseph Reale, Anthony


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AWARDS National Art Honor Society Award Instrumentalist Award to Symphony
Scholarship Noah Sanz Band
Michael Reginella Pre-Engineering Excellence Award Luke Morello
Early Childhood Education Excellence Ceramics Award for Excellence Colleen Spencer Dr. Donald Nuccio Scholarship for
Award Music
Linnea Olli, Gabriella Vaccarelli Outstanding Service & Dedication in
Riley Burns, Victoria Giudice, Katrina Graphic Design Excellence Award Theater Design & Technology Deirdre Winston
Kurtz, Kiley Matschke, Sarah Perri, Outstanding Community Service in
Jessica Schreer Taran Chana, Gabriela Kowalczyk Robert Dedvukaj Music
Early Childhood Outstanding Animation Excellence Award Award for Excellence in Musical
Participation Award Theatre Kevin Li, Luke Morello, Rufus
Christina Abrenica, Ashley Lauren Chan, Kristian Kallesten Mullhaupt, Katherine Taylor
Arcidiacono, Rachal Genualdo, Liam Video Production Excellence Award Emily Azimi, Joseph Calandrucci, Director’s Award Symphony Band
Kaseta, Hannah Meshil, Dominique Makena Lurie, Luke Morello, Kevin Li
Nikac, Chloe Pittman, Samantha Jacqueline O’Donnell Katherine Taylor Outstanding Seniors in Band
Reyes, John Squitieri Graphics & Publication Excellence Choral Director’s Award for Abriana Johnson, Steven Lawrence,
Outstanding Aptitude within the Award Excellence Madeleine Lopane, Jenna Panaro
Arts Deirdre Winston, Terry Reynolds National Merit Scholarship Award
Michael Barbagallo Liam Hickey Outstanding Senior in Choral Music Recipient
Dedication to the Visual Arts Graphics & Publication Editor-in- Makena Lurie, Raghav Nathan, Katherine Taylor
Vincent DiLorenzo Chief Award Katherine Taylor National Merit Finalist
Excellence within a Diverse Media Musical Theatre Director’s Award Noah Sanz
Award Michael Herbert Raghav Nathan, Deirdre Winston National Merit Commended Student
Brooke Pender Graphics & Publication President Instrumentalist Orchestra Award Patrick Bridgham, Gri n Carpiniello,
Visual Art Award for Excellence Award Rufus Mullhaupt Christian Faller, Kevin Li
Brooke Pender Exemplary Musicianship in Orchestra NYS Education Department
Visionary Art Award Tyler Steinfeld Eden Bramson, Terry Reynolds Scholarship for Academic Excellence
Margaret Sullivan Fashion Excellence Award Orchestra Director’s Award Hannah Angelini, Kevin Li, Luke
X-Factor Award Jaeyon Yeo Morello, Noah Sanz, Emily Stone,
James Wagner Caitlin Spor JP Sousa Band Award Margaret Sullivan, Katherine Taylor
Fashion Dedication Award Katherine Taylor

Caroline Levine
Fashion & Textile Arts Club

Alix Goldman
Technology Education Excellence

would like to congratulate the following
student athletes who will be playing a sport in college 2019-2020.


Michael Altieri Track The Citadel
Hannah Angelini Basketball University of Scranton
Aiden Bierman
Track Ithaca College
James Burns Cross Country/Track Westchester Community College
Logan Carriero
Baseball SUNY Oneonta
Lucas Fecci Soccer SUNY Oneonta
Nathan Han Columbia University
Alexandra Kalayjdian Golf Florida State University
Liam Kaseta Soccer SUNY Oneonta
Emma Kittredge Baseball Sacred Heart University
Kellie Kottmann Lacrosse Lafayette College
Katrina Kurtz Track and Field Siena College
James LaRocca Soccer Denison University
Steven Lawrence Cheerleading St. Lawrence University
Christina Luciano Football SUNY Oneonta
Hannah Lustig Track and Field University of Massachusetts Amherst
Gabriella Mazzotta Lacrosse Manhattan College
Michael Nyikos Softball Union College
Anthony O’Donnell Lacrosse SUNY Brockport
Alexandra Pittman Baseball College of the Holy Cross
Jason Weiss Lacrosse Alfred University

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