Arlington School Notes for 1/8/14

Arlington School Notes for 1/8/14

Wednesday/March 12

Application Deadline. Graduating Arlington county high school seniors can apply for a Fund for Teachers, Inc. scholarship. They must have shown a genuine interest in the field of education and plan a career in that field. Visit for information and applications.

Emily Flickinger of Arlington was recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi. Flickinger is pursuing a degree in exercise sciences at University of Missouri–Kansas City.

Arielle Kingsbury of Arlington, is a candidate for a graduate degree during commencement

ceremonies on Dec. 14 in Albert Taylor Hall inside Plumb Hall at Emporia State University. Kingsbury earned a master of science degree in gifted education.

Erik L. Wagner, the son of Karl Wagner of Arlington, received the Coaches' Award in middle school cross-country for the 2013 fall sports season at Randolph-Macon Academy. Erik is an eighth grade student.

Garrett Cavanaugh, a senior at Randolph-Macon Academy, has received the Most Improved Player Award in varsity football for the 2013 fall sports season. He was also named to the Patriot Football Conference 1st Team for quarterback and Honorable Mention for defensive back. He is the son of Patrick Cavanaugh and Alison LeMaster of Arlington.

Brevard College has named Ryan RisCassi, of Arlington, to the honor roll for the fall semester of the 2013-2014 academic year.

Nahdeya Quarles, of Arlington, made the dean's list for the Fall 2013 semester at Louisburg College.

This winter, John Michael Payne, from Arlington, will study abroad in Barbados through the University of Delaware.

Emily Flickinger, of Arlington, was recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi. Flickinger is pursuing a degree in exercise sciences at Auburn University.

Harris Teeter, through its Together in Education program, will donate $4,125.22 to Randolph Elementary School’s PTA.

The following 24 teachers from Arlington Public Schools have been certified in the following National Board certificate areas: Paul Bui - Washington-Lee: career and technical education; Jennifer Burgin - Oakridge: generalist; Nancy Caruso - H-B Woodlawn: exceptional needs specialist; Shyara Cherubim - Arlington Science Focus School: generalist; Judith Concha - Barrett: literacy: reading-language arts; Mercedes Dean - Henry: generalist; Angela Finch - Yorktown: mathematics; Kim Godfrey - Drew: literacy: reading -language arts; Courtney Greco - Yorktown: social studies history; Jennifer Hall - Arlington Science Focus: physical education; Elizabeth Kuleski - Oakridge: generalist; Kelly Kurtis - Arlington Science Focus: generalist; Thomas Lenihan - Yorktown: social studies history; Blandine Liguidi - Barrett: generalist; Josh McLaughlin - Barrett: literacy: reading-language arts; Stephanie Nichols - Washington-Lee: mathematics; Matthew Przydzial - Washington-Lee: mathematics; Nadia Robles - Gunston: science; Jaclyn Scott - Jamestown: generalist; Elizabeth Sites - Campbell: literacy: reading-language arts; Heidi Smith - Hoffman-Boston: generalist; Anne R. Stewart - Yorktown: social studies history; Molly Toussant - Barrett: generalist; and Nicole Turgeon-Williams - Yorktown: social studies history.

Larry Chen, of Arlington, a senior secondary education-mathematics major at York College of Pennsylvania, has been named to the dean's list.

Brooh Hailu, a sophomore majoring in global studies, from Arlington has been named to the dean’s list at Bridgewater College.