Make Music Day Stratford 2022

Live Music from 4 – 9 p.m. on Saturday
Music, Food, Crafts, Fun
Shakespeare Park

Make Music Day is live Saturday from 4-9 p.m. with over 20 craft vendors and food trucks!  Like last year, they are planning an Artisan’s Market around the circle of the driveway with food trucks for picnic dinners while watching and listening to live music while enjoying the views of the Housatonic River at sunset. The town will be providing the Showmobile Stage and there will be a smaller stage provided by the Mighty Quinn Foundation.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket, pack a picnic basket or patronize one of the multiple food trucks.  Listen to music while munching on snacks. Go to one of the workshops and join in – learn to play a ukulele, washboard, or drum, sing along with workshop groups.

Make Music is a free celebration of music around the world on June 21st. Launched in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, it is now held on the same day in more than 1,000 cities in 120 countries.  Thirteen towns and cities in Connecticut have Make Music Day events.

This is not your typical music festival; Make Music is open to anyone who wants to take part. Every kind of musician — young and old, amateur and professional, of every musical persuasion — pours onto streets, parks, plazas, and porches to share their music with friends, neighbors, and strangers. All of it is free and open to the public.

Make Music Day Stratford is produced by the Arts Alliance of Stratford with the support of the CT Office of the Arts, Department of Economic and Community Development which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Mighty Quinn Foundation, The Town of Stratford, The Stratford Community Fund and Tom Dillon.

In 1982, France’s Ministry of Culture dreamed up an idea for a new kind of musical holiday. They imagined a day where free, live music would be everywhere: street corners and parks, rooftops and gardens, store fronts and mountaintops.

And, unlike a typical music festival, anyone and everyone would be invited to join and play music, or host performances. The event would take place on the summer solstice, June 21st, and would be called Fête De La Musique. (In French, the name means both “festival of music” and “make music!”)

Amazingly enough, this dream has come true. The Fête has turned into a true national holiday: France shuts down on the summer solstice and musicians take over. Almost 8% of the country (5 million people) have played an instrument or sung in public for the Fête de la Musique.

Three decades later, the holiday has spread throughout the world and is now celebrated in more than 120 countries. In the U.S., the presenting sponsor is the NAMM Foundation.

The NAMM Foundation advances active participation in music making across the lifespan by supporting scientific research, philanthropic giving and public service programs. A supporting organization of NAMM, the NAMM Foundation is funded by NAMM Members through trade association activities and private donations.

Stratford Make Music Day Schedule

3:45 p.m. – Stage 1

Make Music Day 2022 Welcome & Schedule

4:00 p.m. – Stage 2
Brennan-Lucey Irish Dance Academy
The Brennan-Lucey Irish Dance Academy caters to dancers of all ages, 3-adult, whether they dance for fun, exercise, performance, or competition. All classes are taught by Riverdance Alum ranked 1st at both the World and National Championships of Irish Dance. It is never too late to join in the fun! Contact us for a FREE trial lesson today!

4:30 p.m. – Stage 2
Stratford Sister Cities Chorus
Stratford Sister Cities Chorus is a mixed voice,  multi-generational ensemble.  As choral and cultural ambassadors for the Town of Stratford, the chorus was organized in 1991 for the purpose of bringing music and friendship to the Stratfords of the world and entertainment in our own community.

5:00 p.m. – Stage 2
Shannon McMahon
Shannon McMahon, a singer/songwriter from Stratford who creates contemporary folk music with rich vocals and songs that resonate with a strong sense of the human experience.

6:00 p.m. – Stage 1
The Void
Classic Rock, Pop and Ballads…played straight from the heart.

7:00 p.m. – Stage 2
Parker’s Tangent
Blues and roots based original art rock

8:00 p.m. – Stage 1
Julai & The Serotones
Music to Boost Your Feel-Good Molecules: They are an 8-piece powerhouse band that bring their unique world of sound to listeners worldwide. Their presence has been described as “big, loud, and unapologetically fun,” and their music has been called a “delicious melting pot of influences, seamlessly blending indie-rock with hints of reggae and blues overtones combined with a delectable helping of soul.”

9:00pm – Stage 1
Closing Words
Make Music Day Committee

Make Music Day Workshops

5:00 p.m.
Colin & Myra Healy: Folk Music Song Circle
The Healy’s will lead a song circle where everyone has a chance to participate. All ages welcome. Bring a favorite song to lead or an instrument to play or just come to listen. They will have a few copies of Rise Up Singing, a wonderful resource for folk and popular songs. You can order your own copy new or used on-line or just join in on the easy to learn choruses when they come around. Pack a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on.

5:00 p.m.
Nina Lesiga: Ukulele Workshop
Play along and sing along as she teaches chord strumming of beginner level songs of varied genres. If you have a ukulele, bring it with you. If not, Nina will have loaner ukuleles for public use. No prior ukulele experience is needed. Ages 8 and up.

5:00 p.m.
Songs in Different Languages:

There are over 20 different languages spoken in Stratford. We are gathering friends, neighbors, and anyone interested in teaching a short song in their language to young children and to the young at heart!  Join us to learn a song in French, Spanish, Portuguese with drums, sign language, and more at this year’s Make Music Day!

5:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m.
Peter Menta (AKA Washboard Slim):

Basics of Blues Harmonica
Peter Menta has fronted the band Washboard Slim and the Blue Lights for over four decades. He has studied and mastered the harmonica styles of many of the great blues artists. In this workshop Peter will teach the basics of blues harmonica: how to hold the instrument properly to get good tone, a few essential rhythm patterns, and will demonstrate how to bend notes to get that true blues sound. 10-hole diatonic Hohner Harmonicas will be provided for you to keep, but if you have one in the key of C or the key of A, bring it along.

6:00 p.m.
Terry Hopper: Everything Is A Drum:  More Than Just a Drum Circle
Terry will provide some instruments, but encourages people to bring their own. In addition to the usual drums and percussion, stretch your imagination a little by bringing kitchen implements, toys, and homemade instruments. The crazier the better.

VAX Facts

Confirmed Cases Of Covid-19 In Stratford As Of Today

The Stratford Health Department and State Department of Public Health have confirmed 11,133 COVID-19 cases in Stratford and 1,990 probable cases as of May 10th, for a total of 13,123 cases. This represents an increase of 151 confirmed cases and an increase of 5 probable cases since our last report of May 2, 2022. The Health Department continues to monitor these trends.  There have been 199 deaths to date.

The state is releasing information about how many individuals are vaccinated in all Connecticut communities. As of May 4th, 2022, 79.67% of the town’s population had been vaccinated with at least a first dose.

Second Booster Shot Recommended

The FDA and CDC now recommend a second booster dose of either the Pfizer-BioNTech or the Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for certain immunocompromised individuals 12 or older and all people over the age of 50. This second mRNA booster should be administered at least 4 months after receipt of a first booster dose of any COVID-19 vaccine. Additionally, adults who received a primary J&J vaccine and booster dose of J&J COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months ago should now receive a second booster dose using an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.  Data continue to show the importance of vaccination and booster doses to protect individuals both from infection and from severe outcomes of COVID-19.

The FDA has approved the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, the second COVID-19 vaccine to gain full approval. The vaccine will now be marketed as “Spikevax” for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 18 years of age and older.

Test To Treat Now Open

The CT Department of Public Health has announced the opening of more than 40 “Test to Treat” sites in Connecticut, which will allow individuals to access COVID-19 treatment immediately after testing positive.

Through the newly launched nationwide Test to Treat initiative, people can get tested and – if they are positive and treatments are appropriate for them – fill a prescription from a health care provider, all in one location. Test to Treat sites, located at select pharmacies, urgent care centers, and federally qualified health centers.

DPH Commissioner Manisha Juthani, MD states, “In order for COVID-19 treatments to work, they must be started early, within five days of when your symptoms start.  The Test to Treat initiative provides eligible patients faster, easier access to potentially life-saving treatments.”

A web-based site locator is now available to make it easier to find Test to Treat locations. Those who may have difficulty accessing the internet or need additional support locating a Test to Treat site can call 1-800-232-0233 (TTY 1-888-720-7489) to get help in English, Spanish, and more than 150 other languages – 8am to midnight ET, seven days a week.

The Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL) is also available to specifically help people with disabilities access services. To get help, call 1-888-677-1199, Monday-Friday from 9am to 8pm ET or email

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Tennis and Trees

A Long and Winding Road

New Plans and Town Council Approval

“Somewhere between the zealotry of the ‘Halt all development now before another tree is lost!’ crowd and the zealotry of the ‘It’s just a stupid tree’ crowd lies a reasonable approach that rejects the false choice between trees and homes, and businesses.” Strong Towns

On Monday, May 9th, the Stratford Town Council approved an engineering and design change for the Longbrook Park Tennis Court Replacement project. The alternate location change will not remove any trees, nor will there be additional costs, in fact there may be a credit since no trees will be removed. And—they are going to transplant 2 additional trees at the site.

Thank you all who made this happen, over 680 people went to a petition on asking our town administration to halt the destruction of two old growth trees.


As per regulations, the Town was obligated to serve notice of the proposed tree removal, and residents had 10 days to register comments.  They did.

To put the public hearing in perspective, according to the Town charter any tree removals by the town require a formal notification, and, after 10 days, the removal is subject to a Public Hearing if contested.  The notice of tree removals was posted on a Town website on December 20th, and 70 appeals were sent to tree warden (Kelly F. Kerrigan) which resulted in the public hearing being scheduled.

The notice of removal of trees sparked a petition, Save Stratford Trees, which generated over 680 people signing the Save Stratford Trees.

The Tree Warden (Kelly Kerrigan) conducted a public hearing on February 24th, based on the written submissions from the community contesting the removal of trees for a tennis court project at Longbrook Park.

The people who attended had an opportunity address their concerns to the Tree Warden. Based on the comments made at the public hearing, the Tree Warden requested that the Stratford Town Council review the project to see if fewer trees could be removed under an alternate layout.

December 31st

The Stratford Crier contacted Second District Town Councilwoman Kaitlyn Shake, who also heads the Longbrook Park Commission.   According to Councilwoman Shake she had been requesting documentation since June, and was just provided information on Monday (December 27th) of the description and location of the trees.

At the commission’s December 1st meeting Mr. Esposito reported: “Kick off Longbrook tennis court project meeting was Tuesday November 30th. 9 trees will be removed. 14 trees will be replanted” Questions and concerns were posed to Mr. Esposito re: (1) color scheme of the tennis courts (2) environmental mailer to area residents re: construction of the new courts (3) parking strategies.”

Ms. Shake raised the complaint that the commission was never informed of the final project plan and reiterated that moving forward updates should be emailed to her directly so they can be disseminated to commission.

This lack of information on the plans, despite no public comment, or supporting documentation submitted to Planning, the Town Council approved the plans and tree removal.

When first submitted to Planning they requested that the plan address the water issues for Longbrook and do an 8-24 Review for wetlands, as the project did not address the water issues that would be affecting the courts.  Despite Planning’s suggestions, the Town Attorneys were sent to the next Planning meeting on September 21st to claim that it did not need to do an 8-24:

State Representative Joe Gresko weighed in on the controversial project before a Town Council Meeting: “Although the town council has approved the tennis court project at Longbrook Park, I’m appealing the removal of the eight trees, especially the old growth oak trees, which as you know, are icons of the park.  Having worked together to secure the recent $37K grant from DEEP to plant more trees in Stratford to increase our canopy, these existing majestic trees are already accomplishing that goal.  I realize this last minute objection is not what those who worked on the project want to deal with, but I believe it’s critical to preserve as many old growth trees as possible.”

The Town of Stratford then scheduled a Public Hearing in accordance with Chapter 451, Section 23-59 CGS for the appeal of the removal of trees for the tennis court project at Longbrook Park. This was scheduled for February 24th. (Note: this was a rescheduled Public Hearing by Kelly Kerrigan, Environmental Conservation Superintendent, to better accommodate the community.)

Over 100 people showed up at Stratford Town Hall to participate in the Public Hearing on February 24th for the appeal of the removal of trees for the tennis court project at Longbrook Park.  Twenty-five residents signed up to speak.

March 11th

“The Tree Warden conducted a public hearing on February 24th, 2022, based on the written submissions from the community contesting the removal of trees for a tennis court project at Longbrook Park. The people who attended had an opportunity address their concerns to the Tree Warden. Based on the comments made at the public hearing, the Tree Warden is requesting that the Stratford Town Council review the project to see if fewer trees can be removed under an alternate layout.”  Kelly F. Kerrigan, Environmental Conservation Superintendent

March 14th

On the agenda at the regular meeting of the Town Council on March 14th was the Longbrook Park Tennis Court Replacement Project.  The Council vote was to authorize Brian Snyder, of Snyder Associates, to proceed with engineering and design changes and preparation of a new set of construction documents for the Longbrook Park tennis courts at an alternate location in Longbrook Park.


Raynae Serra, Director, Department of Public Works for the Town of Stratford, noted that a change of plans would need a geological test, i.e. how much ledge is there, to answer if can construction be moved; and what would be the cost to move the location of the courts.  Serra said that she is unsure of the complete costs, as the company was ready to start construction two months ago, and at that time there were credits for starting on time.

Once the new plans were drawn they were submitted to Parks and Recreation and Longbrook Park Commission for approval and the again would go before the Town Council.  In a vote of 9-0 the Council authorized the new study.

Longbrook Park Tennis Courts – Timeline in the public record of Commissions/Council

Minutes: Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, December 3, 2020 Question is asked whether the tennis courts at Longbrook Park will be repaired.

Minutes: Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, January 7, 2021 Report of the Parks Superintendent includes “Post Tension Tennis Courts at Longbrook Park – Engineers are working on plans, the least obtrusive of which has the two courts remaining where  they are and on the side where the clubhouse is, with all courts having a north – south orientation.”

Minutes: Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, February 4, 2021 pdf

Report of the Parks Superintendent includes “Post Tension Tennis Courts at Longbrook Park – awaiting information from architect and engineers for design”

Minutes: Longbrook Park Commission meeting, March 3, 2021 03_longbrook-Min.pdf

“Longbrook Park Tennis Courts – Mr. Esposito reported. Three draft plans for Tennis Court upgrade/renovations were forwarded to Commissioners prior to the meeting. The preliminary plans indicate the least impact to the area such as tree removal. 4 tennis courts are proposed for the area. The plans will again be reviewed. Plan option #1 fits the criteria best for least impact to area.”

Minutes: Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, March 4, 2021 pdf

A motion was made and passed “to forward Longbrook Tennis Courts Option #1 to the Town Council with a favorable recommendation, with the project proceeding based on available appropriations.”

Minutes: Parks and Recreation Commision meeting, May 6, 2021 s.pdf

Report of the Parks Superintendent includes “…engineers are doing a final review of the Longbrook tennis courts, which Mr. Esposito will present to the PRC prior to going out to bid.”

Minutes: Longbrook Park Commission meeting, June 2, 2021 02_longbrook-Min.pdf

“Tennis Courts – Mr. Esposito reviewed the project site vicinity map and plan timeline. Mr. Perillo inquired about lighting: have bases for lighting set up so as to add lighting in the future. Project plans to be approved by Longbrook Park Commission and Parks and Recreation Committee.”

Minutes: Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, June 3, 2021

Report of the Parks Superintendent includes “Longbrook Tennis Courts — The base bid will include four post tension concrete courts, as well as new black perimeter fencing…Some trees will be removed, but far less than would have been if a different court orientation were chosen…An 8-24 Review Application must be submitted and approved through the Planning & Zoning Commission, and then the Town Council.”

Minutes: Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, September 2, 2021 s.pdf

Report of the Parks Superintendent includes “The bids are in for the Longbrook tennis courts.”

Minutes: Planning Commission meeting, September 21, 2021

Longbrook Tennis Courts: “Attorney Jackson stated the definition of an 8-24 Review, and explained that the work at Longbrook Park tennis courts is not defined as a “substantial change to the park” but is rather just a change to one part of Longbrook Park. Mr. Gerics stated that he feels the changes to the tennis courts are significant. Ms. Attota stated that it cannot be added to the agenda, as per the Town Attorney, it does not warrant an 8-24 Review. Mr. Gerics questioned how Attorney Jackson’s opinion can be challenged. Per Attorney Jackson, it can be sent to the Town Council. Ms. Attota reminded members that the Planning Commission is part of the entire Town. The Town Council ultimately chooses whether it can be sent to the Planning Commission, and suggested discussing the matter with Parks Dept. Mr. Staley stated that it will be Stratford High School’s home court, but feels the process should be done correctly. Mr. Watson noted that Town Council members are not planning experts. Per Mr. Boyd, the Planning Commission was not aware of the plans until after the 35-day window closed. Mr. Watson accepted a motion by Mr. Gerics to suggest the Town Council re-visit the Longbrook Tennis Courts plans. Mr. Boyd seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.”

Minutes: Longbrook Park Commission meeting, October 6, 2021 06_longbrook-Min.pdf

“Current status of Longbrook Park tennis courts: All bids so far have been over budget of 750,000 – therefore non accepted. Updated plan includes removal of 7 mature trees or more which was not included in original presentation to Longbrook Park Commission. Commission is following up for need of 8-24 review and public forum before any work officially begins.”

Minutes: Parks & Recreation Commission meeting, October 7, 2021 A motion was made and passed to award Town Bid #2022-14 to Classic Turf Company LLC, of Woodbury, CT with a favorable recommendation to Town Council.

Minutes: Town Council meeting, November 8, 2021 COUNCIL_11-8-21.pdf

“7.3 Award of Town Bid #2022-14 – Longbrook Tennis Courts · Award of Town Bid #2022-14

Longbrook Tennis Courts to Classic Turf Company, L.L.C. of Woodbury, CT based upon the lowest responsible bid in the amount of $703,918, as referred by the Parks and Recreation Committee with a favorable recommendation. RESOLVED: that the award of Town Bid #2022- 14- Longbrook Tennis Courts to Classic Turf Company, L.L.C. of Woodbury, CT based upon the lowest responsible bid in the amount of $703,918 be and is hereby approved and that the Mayor be and is hereby authorized to enter into a contract for such in form acceptable to the Town Attorney. MR. O’BRIEN MOVED ITEM 7.3; SECONDED BY MR. PERILLO. Brian Snyder, Snyder Architects and Town Attorney Hodgson provided details, clarifications, and answered questions. THE MOTION PASSED 9 TO 1 – MS. SHAKE OPPOSED.”

Minutes: Longbrook Park Commission meeting, December 1, 2021 01_longbrook-Min.pdf

“Parks Superintendent Report – Mr. Esposito reported. … Kick off Longbrook tennis court project meeting was Tuesday November 30th. 9 trees will be removed. 14 trees will be replanted.

Ms.Shake raised the complaint that the commission was never informed of the final project plan and reiterated that moving forward updates should be emailed to her directly so they can be disseminated to commission.”


One Million People Have Died From Covid 19 in the United States

VAX Facts

Confirmed Cases Of Covid-19 In Stratford As Of Today

The Stratford Health Department and State Department of Public Health have confirmed 10,982 COVID-19 cases in Stratford, and 1,985 probable cases as of this evening, for a total of 12,967 cases. This represents an increase of 106 confirmed cases and an increase of 6 probable cases since our last report of April 25th. The Health Department continues to monitor these trends. Unfortunately there have been 199 deaths to date

The state is releasing information about how many individuals are vaccinated in all Connecticut communities. As of April 27th, 79.62% of the town’s population had been vaccinated with at least a first dose.

Second Booster Shot Recommended
The FDA and CDC now recommend a second booster dose of either the Pfizer-BioNTech or the Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for certain immunocompromised individuals 12 or older and  all people over the age of 50. This second mRNA booster should be administered at least 4 months after receipt of a first booster dose of any COVID-19 vaccine. Additionally, adults who received a primary J&J vaccine and booster dose of J&J COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months ago should now receive a second booster dose using an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. Data continue to show the importance of vaccination and booster doses to protect individuals both from infection and from severe outcomes of COVID-19.

The FDA has approved the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, the second COVID-19 vaccine to gain full approval. The vaccine will now be marketed as “Spikevax” for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 18 years of age and older.

Test To Treat Now Open

The CT Department of Public Health has announced the opening of more than 40 “Test to Treat” sites in Connecticut, which will allow individuals to access COVID-19 treatment immediately after testing positive.

Through the newly launched nationwide Test to Treat initiative, people can get tested and – if they are positive and treatments are appropriate for them – fill a prescription from a health care provider, all in one location. Test to Treat sites, located at select pharmacies, urgent care centers, and federally qualified health centers.
DPH Commissioner Manisha Juthani, MD states, “In order for COVID-19 treatments to work, they must be started early, within five days of when your symptoms start. The Test to Treat initiative provides eligible patients faster, easier access to potentially life-saving treatments.”

A web-based site locator is now available to make it easier to find Test to Treat locations. Those who may have difficulty accessing the internet or need additional support locating a Test to Treat site can call 1-800-232-0233 (TTY 1-888-720-7489) to get help in English, Spanish, and more than 150 other languages – 8am to midnight ET, seven days a week.
The Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL) is also available to specifically help people with disabilities access services. To get help, call 1-888-677-1199, Monday-Friday from 9am to 8pm ET or email

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Airport Commission Votes Sale to Connecticut Airport Authority

Airport Sale/Discussion/Vote

The Sikorsky Memorial Airport Commission voted on Thursday to move forward with plans to sell the airport to the Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA) for $10 million, the maximum amount the city could retain from a sale of the airport as established by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which states that no entity can pay more for the airport than what has been lost by Bridgeport.

The airport serves business, charter and private flights but has been considering the return to commercial passenger flights. The airport currently has an annual operating deficit of about $500,000.

As for the $10 million sale price, it is contingent upon Bridgeport being able to prove under FAA guidelines that the city over the years has spent that much out of its operating budget, excluding airport revenues, to keep Sikorsky running.

The FAA has invested a significant amount of money into Sikorsky, which has prevented Bridgeport from simply selling off the facility and realizing a profit. Proceeds from current leases and fees are reinvested back into the airport.

A recent study commissioned by Bridgeport and airport tenants Atlantic Aviation and Three Wing Aviation concluded a new passenger terminal would cost at least $15 million, but that the airport could produce millions in revenue for the state through taxes and fees, as well as provide jobs and attract other businesses.

Kevin Dillon, Executive Director of CAA, has committed to administering more than $60 million of improvements to the airport, with the goal of restoring commercial service.  The commission will now forward the CAA’s term sheet — a framework for negotiations — for the sale of the airport to the Bridgeport City Council.

Dillon recognized the significant investment the airport may need to be fully utilized to bring it up to commercial passenger standards. He quoted the figure at around $62 million in total facility investment.

“We believe Sikorsky airport, unfortunately, is currently underutilized and underdeveloped,” Dillon said. “We believe, as the airport authority here at the state, there’s a real opportunity to invest in the airport and develop the airport. Certainly, for enhanced general aviation service, but I think also for commercial passenger service as well.”

During Thursday’s meeting, the commission heard presentations from both the CAA and the town of Stratford over the sale of the airport before ultimately voting in favor of the CAA, with Mayor Laura Hoydick — the only town official on the commission — the lone vote against. Hoydick was accompanied by State Senator Kevin Kelly, who she introduced as the Town Attorney.

Both Hoydick and Kelly announced in March “If the City of Bridgeport is interested in selling the airport, then it is the time for the Town of Stratford to take ownership of the Sikorsky Memorial Airport. We will ensure capable management commensurate with the concerns of the region and surrounding community, and the sensitive environmental assets located there.  The future of Stratford and the future of the airport are intertwined, and Stratford would like the fair and proper opportunity to direct this shared destiny.”

According to Hoydick the intention of the town was to purchase the airport and lease it out to a professional operator, Stratford’s bid for the airport was $13 million.

The CAA wants to see the property developed, and in a statement on Thursday, Dillon stated that the goal of the CAA is for economic development for state and municipalities.

After the meeting, Hoydick questioned the legality of the process following the vote.  “It’s unfortunate that the airport commission didn’t vote to advance Stratford to the city council to purchase the airport,” Hoydick said. “I’m not really sure if this process was legal. It does not seem to me that there was any kind of formal proposal process and I would have thought that we, as the body, would have followed the governor’s lead — what he suggested that we do a public RFP (request for proposal). But that was not the way that this was proposed.”

It should be noted that the discussion and presentations by CAA and Hoydick/Kelly were very transparent and open to members of the public who were present at the meeting (which was held via Zoom).  Though listed on the Commission agenda as (Executive Session) Airport Sale/Discussion/Vote .

Hoydick questioned why the presentations were done in public when the agenda listed it for a private executive session (which is used extensively by the Stratford Town Council) — a point of multiple discussions during the meeting. One of Hoydick’s talking points about the sale was transparency.

Stratford’s presentation, given by state Sen. Kevin Kelly, who represents Stratford in the legislature, proposed the transfer of ownership of the airport to the town at a price up to $13 million with the option of entering into an agreement with an airport operator.

Stratford’s intention was to develop commercial passenger service to the airport similar to how Tweed New Haven Airport has created its service in that city.

Airport Commission member Kenneth Flatto, who is the finance director in Bridgeport, said he voted for the CAA since “its primary job is to manage airports and to make them work for the public benefit.” He said also said he was “somewhat concerned” with Stratford’s intention to seek a “public-private partnership” with an operator.

Kelly noted that Stratford would own the airport in its entirety and the operator would be hired by the town and it would not own any portion of the airport.

Stratford’s proposal also included the creation of a Stratford Airport Commission, in which Bridgeport would have had at least one member. It was then raised to two Bridgeport members following further discussion.

Hoydick asked that a stipulation in the sale agreement with the CAA include a clause disallowing the CAA from use of eminent domain to absorb additional land for the extension of the airport or the runway following the vote. Dillon said that the CAA has no intention to use eminent domain for this use following his presentation.  Hoydick seemed satisfied that Dillon had made this statement on record.

He also said that CAA has an opportunity to work with an airline carrier that has expressed interest in the property should CAA become the operator there. While the carrier was not identified, it is believed that it was Breeze Airways, a Utah-based airline company focused on “new nonstop flights and lower fares at smaller cities such as Bridgeport (and) routes ignored by other larger airlines

Both State Representatives Joe Gresko and Phil Young had suggested that if Stratford was selected to purchase Sikorsky that a town wide referendum be conducted to see if in fact the residents of Stratford were in favor of the purchase.

Connecticut Airport Authority

Proposal for Sikorsky Airport Purchase

Editor’s Note: Both Mayor Laura Hoydick and Michael Downs, Chief of Staff, were unavailable to respond to our request for the Town of Stratford’s proposal to purchase Sikorsky Airport at Thursday’s Airport Commission meeting. Mayor Ganim of Bridgeport was contacted and he referred the Crier to the Bridgeport City Attorney who was not available.

Sikorsky Memorial Airport Term Sheet February 2022


  • The CAA agrees to purchase Sikorsky Memorial Airport for the amount of $10 million. This ls subject to the City of Bridgeport conducting an independent audit that demonstrates to the FAA that the City has contributed $10 million of City general revenues for the operation or development of Sikorsky Memorial Upon sale, the City of Bridgeport transfers full operating control and development rights to the CAA and ls released from any future operating deficit.


  • Operation and develop_ment of the facility will be completed In conformance with the Airport Master The CAA will be required to fully Implement the current FAA-approved Master Plan and will work to bring commercial passenger service to the airport in a manner that the airport catchment area requires. The CAA will assume all existing grant obligations In relation to the airport.
  • The CAA will Invest in appropriate airfield and landsid infrastructure to support the development of commercial air service,


  • All existing City of Bridgeport employees that are currently employed at the airport will be offered continued airport employment if they so desire. This offer of employment will occur no earlier than August 1, 2022. The CAA will allow the current airport manager to retain City of Bridgeport employment for as long as the City of Bridgeport deems Ultimately, the current airport manager will also be offered continued employment at the airport upon termination of City service, All activity will Involve union consultation.


  • An environmental baseline study will be undertaken at the cost of the CAA In order to determine existing environmental The City of Bridgeport will be responsible for any environmental concerns prior to the date of sale, and the CAA will be responsible for any environmental issues that occur after the date of sale. The existence of contamination and required remediation may affect the date of sale and, possibly, the City’s ability to sell the airport.


  • The City of Bridgeport will be permitted to retain ownership of the Corsair aircraft currently on display at the All other assets at the airport will be transferred to the CAA as part of the sale.
  • The CAA will create an Airport Advisory Committee to ensure communication between the airport and the local community. The City of Bridgeport will have at least one member on the
  • The City of Bridgeport will agree to cooperate with the CAA In obtaining FAA approva I for the transfer of the airport All records pertaining to the airport will be made available to the CAA.
  • The CAA agrees to operate the airport under the name “Bridgeport – Sikorsky “

Agreed to:                                _             Date:                                                    _City of Bridgeport

Agreed to:                                  _ Kevin A. DIiion, A.A,E.

Executive Director, CAA

Date:                      _

Breathe Easy? Not in CT!

Air Pollution in Connecticut

Sources: American Lung Association; Hartford Courant;

Fairfield County is one of the most polluted countries in the nation, according to the American Lung Association’s 2022 “State of Air” report. This is the 23rd year that the American Lung Association has issued this report, and, unfortunately, Fairfield County is still rated as “F” for air quality.

Though we had the best reading for ozone levels in the American Lung Association’s State of the Air report to date, Fairfield County has the highest ozone readings in the eastern U.S.  The average number of unhealthy days for ozone was more than five times the minimum number for it to earn an “F” grade.

We are not alone in having failing grades for air quality, Middlesex, New London, and New Haven Counties maintained “F” grades. Litchfield maintained its C grade. All counties reported improved levels of ozone, with the exception of New Haven, which remained the same. Granted, this is certainly nothing to brag about.

The grades for ozone and short-term particle pollution were based on a weighted average calculation of data collected over a three-year period. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Air Quality System collected the sample at monitoring sites across the country.

Ruth Canvoi, director of advocacy for the American Lung Association, said that this data is extremely relevant to Connecticut, as Fairfield County remains one of the most polluted counties in the country.  “Clearly we have a lot of work to do in Connecticut,” she said.

“Connecticut residents should be aware that we’re breathing unhealthy air, driven by emissions from power plants and extreme heat as a result of climate change, placing our health and lives at risk,” Ruth Canovi, said of the new report.

The report indicates that this may be because of the amount of transportation emissions that moves through Fairfield County from other states, including emissions from medium and heavy-duty trucks.  A fact that lends validation to those Connecticut residents who have always blamed New Jersey, New York, and Massachusetts for our air quality.

Particle and ozone air pollution continue to impact communities throughout the United States, with some more heavily burdened.

  • A new report from the American Lung Association finds that air pollution is increasingly becoming more of a problem for people In the U.S.
  • Emissions related to fossil fuels have decreased in U.S., but climate change has led to worse air quality.
  • More than 40 percent of Americans live in places with unhealthy levels of particle pollution or ozone, according to the annual report.

The organization’s “State of the Air” report for 2022 also shows that air pollution is becoming increasingly problematic for many Americans.  Over two million more people were breathing unhealthy air in their community compared to last year’s report.

Dr. David Hill, a Connecticut pulmonologist and chair of the Northeast Board of the American Lung Association, said Connecticut has over 95,000 kids with pediatric asthma, over 305,000 adults with asthma, and over 164,000 adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD.

In addition, during the three years covered by the latest report, Americans experienced more “very unhealthy” and “hazardous” air quality days than previously during the report’s two-decade history.

“The fact that we see an increase in the number of Americans that are impacted by particulate pollution compared to last year really demonstrates that air quality remains an important concern for the public,” said Dr. Meredith McCormack, an ALA national spokesperson and a pulmonary and critical care physician at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.

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Canvoi said that the purpose of the report is to put the complex numbers and figures that are collected into a frame that everyone can understand. In tandem with the education, research, and advocacy efforts that the American Lung Association does, Canvoi said she hopes there will be legislative change to follow.

“We do a lot of policy work at the federal, state, and local level. It’s imperative to have strong laws across the country,” she said.

What is Connecticut doing about clean air?

The state is already taking steps to reduce harmful emissions.

Gov. Ned Lamont has proposed legislation that seeks to adopt stronger emissions standards for medium and heavy-duty vehicles, which account for as much as 53% of nitrogen oxide emissions in Connecticut, despite being only 6% of the on-road vehicle fleet.

Adopting these standards – which have already been adopted by New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts (well I guess we can’t place the blame on them anymore!!) – would not mandate that Connecticut businesses purchase these vehicles, nor would it place affirmative requirements on those businesses.

Under Lamont’s executive order, the Connecticut Department of Transportation can no longer purchase or use state funds to purchase diesel buses after 2023 and must create a roadmap for electrifying the state’s bus fleet by 2035. The state now has 10 battery electric buses on the road, with two more coming soon, and nearly 50 more on order.

The legislature has other bills under consideration too:

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S.B. 4 is an air quality act that focuses on expanding public and private utilization of electric vehicles in Connecticut to protect human health and the environment.

After a nearly seven-hour debate Tuesday, the Connecticut Senate backed an omnibus bill aimed at reducing transportation pollution through more stringent emission standards on trucks and provisions intended to encourage electric vehicle uptake.

Lawmakers approved the 34-page bill on a 24 to 11 vote after debating it for most of the day. Sen. Tony Hwang, R-Fairfield, joined all Democrats in supporting the measure.

Democrats amended the bill on the floor, adding a provision of another bill approved by the Transportation Committee, which allows Connecticut to adopt California emissions standards for medium and heavy-duty trucks.

Sen. Will Haskell, a Westport Democrat who co-chairs the transportation panel, said it was incumbent on the legislature to take steps to reduce climate change and curb asthma rates aggravated by vehicle pollution.

“Emissions from transportation are rising, not falling,” Haskell said early in the debate. “By almost every metric …  we’re moving in the wrong direction and until we act, we let the next generation down. Until we decide to face this problem head-on, we decide each day to pass down a planet that’s slightly or, frankly, substantially worse than the one that we inherited.”

Among other things, the bill requires the state vehicle fleet to be at least 50% electric by 2026, simplifies the installation of charging stations, and expands programs that provide rebates for buying electric vehicles. Other provisions seek to modernize traffic signals in order to reduce vehicle idling and encourage communities to transition to electric school buses.

Republicans questioned the legislation at length and proposed seven unsuccessful amendments to change the bill. During his closing remarks, Senate Minority Leader Kevin Kelly said Connecticut’s air quality is largely impacted by pollution from other states.

“The air we breathe comes from states to our west. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana. That’s where tomorrow’s air is coming from,” Kelly said, citing environmental protection agency statistics suggesting 90% of southwestern Connecticut ozone levels result from out-of-state pollution.

In a statement Wednesday, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Commissioner Katie Dykes said 90% of Connecticut’s air pollution on bad air quality days originates in other states and is outside of Connecticut’s jurisdiction and control.

“As a small state impacted by overwhelming air pollution transport, Connecticut recognizes the federal government and upwind states have a critical role in implementing national strategies to reduce emissions that lead to the formation of ozone. DEEP, working with the Attorney General’s Office, is vigorously seeking legal recourse through dozens of lawsuits against the Trump Administration’s misguided environmental policies that impede DEEP’s ability to achieve clean, healthy air for the citizens of Connecticut,” Dykes said.

In a press release, Kelly and Sen. Paul Formica, R-East Lyme, said that while Connecticut residents deserve clean air, the legislation would not achieve that goal due to out-of-state pollution.

“We could take every truck off the road and it still wouldn’t stop the massive pollution that blows into Connecticut from states to our west,” Kelly and Formica said in a joint statement. “The proposed truck emissions policy would add new costly burdens onto CT’s working- and middle-class families without making a difference in the air we breathe.”

Instead, the Republican lawmakers called on Connecticut’s congressional delegation to push for federal action on clean air.

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Sen. Christine Cohen, a Guilford Democrat who co-chairs the Environment Committee, said every little bit counts.

“While I disagree with the sentiment behind these questions because I fundamentally believe one incremental change can make a world of difference, I can say unequivocally that we join several states in acting,” Cohen said.

The bill now goes to the House of Representative for consideration.

Tip of the Hat to SHS Top Honors

Stratford High School Honor Roll for 3rd Quarter

First Honors:

Grade 12: Samuel Francisco  Aca-Tecuanhuehue ,  Emma  Afrah Tutu ,  Amira  Agbere ,  Ka’Leah L  Archie ,  Amariah L  Armstrong ,  Jaylisse  Avila ,  Alexis Jolie  Barada ,  Caitlynn Georgina  Barrett ,  Desmond Lamar  Billups ,  Benjamin  Branyan ,  Julie Anne  Carbone ,  Edwin A  Carcamo ,  Andrew  Carmody ,  Barrett Matthew  Caseria ,  Benjamin Logan  Casinelli,  Jayden P  Castro ,  Isabelle R  Cola ,  Julian Roberto  Collazo ,  Erin Kate  Collier ,  Madeline Shu Yun  Coppola ,  Jamie Lynn  Corpuz ,  Vincent Robert  DeLorenzo ,  Rebecca  DePietro ,  Alyssa Jean  Diaz ,  Alexia  Distasio ,  Nina G  Donnelly ,  Anna K  Flockhart ,  Josiah William  Gordon ,  Jayla  Hernandez ,  Allison K  Ingersoll ,  Jayme P  Iodice ,  Hayley J  Ivanko ,  Zachary Peter  Johnson ,  Sheila Margaret  Jones ,  Skyler Jerlene  Kelemen ,  John Patrick  Kiely ,  Makayla Marie  Laing ,  Anaya Solange  Loiseau ,  Juliette N  Macisco ,  Olivia G  McEwen ,  Samiya Catherine  Menz-Torres ,  Benjamin Jackson  Miller ,  Mylah Laura  Milligan,  David  Nerio ,  Leon Duc  Nguyen ,  Morgan Thi  Nguyen ,  Natalie E  Orris,  Willie R  Parker ,  Karla  Perez Fundora ,  Andy  Pham ,  Jeffrey L  Romatzick ,  Frank  Saad ,  Marie Therese  Sajaw ,  Sara R  Salerno ,  Jenna Marie  Sargent ,  Sara Nicole  Schmidt ,  Evita Jane  Shein ,  Sarah Rimma  Shein ,  Zakary B  Simon ,  Malik Roldan  Smith ,  Emily A  Spellman ,  Sage Olivia  Sperling ,  Isabella T  Taccogna ,  Julianna R  Taccogna ,  Tamerah E  Taylor ,  Michel Daniel  Torres Peralta ,  Cristyn Alexandra  Torres ,  Jadin I  Torres ,  Sabrina A  Tripodi ,  Tyler J  Tripodi ,  Peter R  Virgo ,  Ella M  Wassmann ,  Jenna Marie  Zajac ,  Emmanuel Fauricio  Zamudio

Grade 11: Olivia Catherine  Agapito ,  Marybeth  Aguero Gomez ,  Njideka Mary  Anekwe ,  Ayana Jenelle  Atkinson ,  Jordon Michael  Atkinson ,  Oreoluwa Oyenike  Atoyebi ,  Alex  Bilan,  Eugene Yeboah  Bio ,  Euna Yeboah  Bio ,  Christopher Peter  Bode ,  Jacob Edward  Brennan ,  Brooke Elise  Buckmir ,  Edward Heli Heber  Cabello ,  Mathew  Castro ,  Nicholas Aiden  Collazo ,  Amos Nestor  Colocho ,  Maura Catherine  Conlan ,  Ashley Gabriela  Cortez ,  Journee  Dash ,  Gianna Marie  DeLaura ,  Christ Jefferson  Desruisseaux ,  Jaylin Fransheska  Diaz ,  Adrian Alexander  Duque ,  Gwyneth  Estrella ,  Madison Mackenzi  Everlith ,  Tiana Elaine  Golding ,  Gabrielle Anyse  Hall ,  Kamren  Harrell ,  Emma Jean  Head ,  Jeffrey Dwight  Holton ,  Paris Karizma  Howell ,  Tyler James  Hutchinson ,  Angie Samaly  Jimenez Amaya ,  Isaiah Irwin  Johnson ,  Jovan Randolph Scott  Jones ,  Sean  Jorge ,  Ngoc  Le ,  Conor Christopher  Lesczczynski ,  Javier Michael George  McDonald ,  Karen Dayana  Mestizo ,  D’Andre Julian  Middleton ,  Alexander Thornton  Mocarski ,  Bryan Henry  Mora ,  Ryan Ulysses  Munoz ,  Alex A  Nguyen ,  Olivia Rebecca  Orris ,  David Andrade  Pacheco ,  Madalena Joy  Pech ,  Sophia Maia  Perry ,  Simon  Pertuz Guevara ,  Angel Mauricio  Ramirez ,  Christian George  Rossis Mella ,  Gabrielle Alexa  Ruffin ,  Jari Jasmine  Salinas ,  Sana  Sarpas ,  Ceylon  Siriwardene ,  Yasmin Bukola  Sokunle ,  Franzier Benjamin  Soto ,  Rees Le  Stafford ,  Lintsay Natalie  Tejada ,  Paul V  Tran ,  Makayla Marie  Tzul

Grade 10:  Katheryn  Valiente Barrios ,  Cecil  Velez ,  Manuel Alejandro  Vera Demera ,  Nelson Anthony  Villafane ,  Gerryiki Jaymes  Williams ,  Kimberly Maryluz  Asuncion ,  Chloe G  Atkins ,  Michelle Cristina  Barba ,  Shane Louis  Bellantoni ,  Peggy Amoafoa  Boateng ,  Allyana Amanda  Brown ,  Mary Therese  Carmody ,  Casey Marie  Carretta,  Marcus Gerald  Cavallo ,  Jaimee Elizabeth  Cisero ,  Katherine Elizabeth  Coble ,  Samuel  Cruz ,  Sarah Aubrey  D’Aloia ,  Daniel Ryan  D’Haiti ,  Cooper Nathaniel  David ,  Francesca Juliet  DeRosa ,  Lauren Elizabeth  Eyerman ,  Kathnie  Fabre ,  Ty James  Faerdy ,  Kaleigh Elizabeth  Foito ,  Madalyn Renee  Gauvin ,  Sade Rihanna  Gooden-Bracey ,  Demetrius Lamont  Hammonds ,  Stephanie R  Herrera ,  Adeline Kate  Horne ,  Olivia Flavia Caroline  Hudson ,  Antonio R  Ingram ,  John Caleb  Jones ,  Princess Angie  Kayembe ,  Angel Antonio  Lainez ,  Chloe Colette  Leimgruber ,  Gabrielle Haley  Leon ,  Niyah Catherine  Lewis ,  Elizabeth Grace  Lubas ,  Angie  Manigat ,  Myles A  Maria ,  Rosendra Wikelly  Merveil ,  David Jairo  Montoya ,  McKenzie Brooke  Moore ,  Paul Stephen  Mushala ,  Mia E  Nierenberg ,  Emmanuel  Nunez ,  Lauren Riley  Ogrodowicz ,  Ty Thomas Edmond  Owen,  Derek John  Paolucci ,  Alyssa Francesca  Pato ,  Isabella Danielle  Pato ,  Jalynn Marie  Perez ,  James Cyrus  Peters ,  Shareece Alexandra  Phillips ,  Christian Donald  Pierre ,  Jhoan Emilio  Quezada ,  Madelyn Alyssa  Randolph ,  Jaheishie Lateka  Reynolds ,  Zachery A  Rider ,  Gabriel Joseph  Rodriguez ,  Grace Alicia  Romatzick ,  Kylie M  Rosen ,  Danielle Isabel  Santiago ,  Aaliyah Kim  Smith ,  Gavin Everton Phillip  Spencer ,  Akira Kamil  St Clair ,  Kent Robert  Taylor ,  Yarisa Marie  Tejada ,  Lailahny  Torres ,  Ariana Samantha  Villafane ,  Chelsea Devina  Williams ,  Samara Zakia  Williams ,  El M  Youngquist ,  Lexi Marie  Zajac

Grade 9: Sandy Faith  Allen ,  Joshua  Barg ,  Gia Emani  Bendolph ,  Zoe Elizabeth  Bernard ,  Nevaeh Alexandrea  Booker ,  Elliana Nicia  Bosques ,  Samantha  Buttress ,  Gemma Rose  Byrne,  Blake Aaron  Casinelli ,  Gabrielle  Cola ,  Taylor Andrea  Dunbar ,  Jayla Lasha’e  Ely ,  Daniel Teixeira  Fernandes ,  Mina Lauren  Fernandes ,  Ariel Barbara  Frager ,  Jakob Daniel  Gagne ,  Aaron Casimer  Garnett ,  Aaron Nicholas  Goldman ,  Nathalia  Habtemariam ,  Nathaniel  Habtemariam ,  Jacob Lawrence  Haddad ,  Alyssa Michelle Clarise  Hall ,  Karl  Henry ,  Matthew Charles  Holmgren ,  Joseph Michael  Holton ,  Adrian Angel  Izazaga ,  Justin Manuel  Jimenez ,  Isabel Lorraine  Junkin ,  Mikayla Fae  Kendrick ,  Raiyan A  Khusru ,  Matthew Tyler  Kleszczewski ,  Katie  Marquez Paz ,  Madyson Anne  McCain ,  Adeanna Jameala  Mckay ,  Katherine Anne  Miller ,  Noah Thomas  Moon ,  Madisyn Olivia  Moore ,  Mateusz  Niedbala ,  Sebastian Uriel  Ortega-Alemar ,  Deandrea Yolandane  Paisley ,  Chloe Denise  Palomo ,  Lauren Nicole  Paolucci ,  Kalie Marie  Pena ,  Pedro  Pena ,  Steve Michael  Peterson ,  Grace Kathleen  Petrie ,  Alexander  Prince ,  Nicholas Adrian  Ramos ,  Dana Giselle  Rios Placencia ,  Alyssa Amelia Breann  Roberson ,  Deon Ferdinand  Robinson ,  Arianna Marie  Rodriguez ,  Camella Karma Idalia  Rodriguez ,  Daniel Francisco  Rodriguez ,  Ferdinando  Ruano Catalan ,  Chen  Shi ,  James Evans  Stafford ,  Mary-Grace  Sutton ,  Ava Katherine  Tracy ,  Heimy  Vasquez ,  Raegan Claire  Wiltsie ,  Hailey Marie  Wishart,  Hannah Rae  Wishart

Second  Honors

Grade 12:  Christian Daniel Arias,  Edwin Edilsar Barrios,  William James Bileca,  Adrian Paul Dalmao Blanco,  Alyssa L Caramanica,  Kevin Joel Castro,  Malachi Korey Christy,  Matthew S Coutinho,  Hanna Pearl Feenstra,  Jose Floran,  Melanie Grace Gagne,  Rudy O Gramajo,  Akeyla Davea Grant,  Jahnyah Yvonne Howell,  Ivan Gabriel Humes,  Benjamin Jaemin Hur,  Darrell Jamison,  Lucas Gabriel Jenkins,  Seth Samuel Jimenez,  Bradford Richard Knorr,  Michael Philip Koda,  Joshua Andrew Kydes,  Jaden Elijah Lazaro,  Emily Patricia Libowitz,  Ryan N Mahoney,  Cristina Martinez,  Nialah Gen’vieve McCalla,  Natalie M Melo,  Alicia Rosibel Najarro Rodriguez,  Tucker Lee Nightingale,  Amanda Eileen Ogrodowicz,  Lucy Claire Olbrys,  Kayla Briana Quirk,  Mia-Sky Cary Rojas,  Angel Alan Roman Rosas,  Francisco Rosas,  Owen T Ryder,  Eddy Sanchez,  Niari Anahy Sanchez,  Omar Sheriff Sharadge,  Jasmine Noel Shepard,  Aidan Connor Sullivan,  Benjamin E Summa,  Jhaelin Thomas,  Jelani K Warburton Baker,  Julia Rose Whaley,  Nina Shanelle Williams,  Joseph William Wright,  Justin Anthony Zayas

Grade 11:  Irene Natalia Aguilar Alberto,  Shaun Bhulai,  Ethan Rodrigo Butz,  Alyssa Amirah Cabrera,  Jose Antonio Carcamo-Ponce,  Tory Luke Charles,  Elena Marlene Clark,  Amelia Ray Courbron,  Collin Thomas Doherty,  Jhoana Rosio Gramajo,  Keshaun Henry,  Hilary Elizabeth Holmgren,  Camron Matthew Kelemen,  Jake Matthew Kszywanos,  Nya Rose Long,  Katrina Magdalena Mahoney,  Shiane Lynn McCallister,  Ceili Theresa McCaughey,  Aidon James McCray,  Ella Grace McKay,  Nora Frances McNeil,  Gabrielle Elysse Melendez,  Adriana Mariah Miranda,  Tyriq K Muschett,  Anastasia Briana Muthra,  Alexander Mutis,  Nathaniel Christopher Nagel,  John Andrew Pastorok,  John Mike Paulino,  Benjamin Alan Petrie,  Ciara Carol Roberts,  Wilderie Santana-De La Cruz,  Giovana Cordeiro Silva,  Erika Victoria Sincuir,  Mackenzie Lynn Snyder,  Christian Tyler Subahwon,  Julie Marie Tejera,  Kaylene Daniela Toniolo,  Victoria Theresa Troilo,  Sierra Rose Troutman,  Megan Elizabeth Wendland,  Diana Carolina Zavala Chavez

Grade 10: Manuel Alejandro Aguilar Alberto,  Ashley Aguilar De-Jesus,  Samuel Thomas Baker,  Adriana Victoria Barrios,  Nex Elizabeth Bedoya,  Mackenzie Nicole Benevides,  Daniel Moore Brennan,  Robert Brice,  Caitlyn Buzar Corpuz,  Molly Ann Csonka,  Olivia Leigh D’Amato,  Luke Ryan Daniel,  Johan Ernesto Delorbe,  Aleisha Nicole Diaz,  Nina Marie Dickervitz,  Joshua Lawrence Dowman,  Tyjuan Tyrell Edmonds,  Christopher Jay Evangelista,  Estella Joy Feenstra,  Carter Anderson Fetchin,  Madison Shea Gallant,  Zion Ambiorix Jimenez,  Honesty Aniya-Alese Jones,  Sarah Anne Jones,  Gabriel Fallon Lattanzi,  Josephine Haley Mastro,  Seamus John McCaughey,  Amelie Rose McCool,  Hasan Malik McGee,  Marcus Lawrence Overby,  Dylan Joseph Padua,  Trevor Thomas Perley,  Gabriel Henrique Piva,  Maliah Anna Servino,  Travis J Simon,  Victor Manuel Sincuir,  Joshua Isaias Soto,  Andrew Mark Spellman,  Evan Xavier Stalvey,  Donald Xavier Stancil,  Demetrie Lamont Strong,  Angelina Field Taccogna,  Samantha Rae Torreso,  Emma Madison Torri,  Bridget Christina Walsh,  Kelsey Rowan Welch,  Paris Adina Stacey Ann Wilson

Grade 9:  Marcus Jacob Barron,  Lynne Bass,  Holly Nicole Betts,  Caroline Irene Branco,  Eleanora Luciana Cantiello,  Lucia Mary Carmona,  Chainner Alexander Cayama,  Al Dorothy Cerniglia,  Emily Grace Chess,  Victoria Rosalie Cisero,  Sasha Nkechi Ekwuabu,  Carlos Eduardo Estrada,  Devin Troy Farrington-Posner,  Juliana Lee Feliciano,  Steven Gaston Figueroa,  Tyler Joseph Finn,  Keury Garcia Castillo,  Jahiem Shamir Gardner,  Dylan Richard Hunt,  Flora Asucena Jochola,  Najir Amir Langston,  Mia Symone Loiseau,  Angelica Lee Lopez,  Alicia Marrero,  Gian Carlos Martinez,  Kaleb Eugene Maurice Mebane,  Amelis Isabella Medina,  Samuel James Miller,  Edwin Anthony Mondragon,  Nabiha Bano Nomani,  Alex Junior Ormeno,  Brody Perry,  Emma Rose Petrie,  Andrew Michael Pond,  Vincent Stephen Roman,  Dor’Jhana Roofe,  Mary Silkman,  Ava Jean Smith,  Jack Anthony Swanson,  Brianna Marie Vargas,  Anthony James Wardlow,  Elijah Jerald-Thomas Young

Junior High Scholars

Flood Third Quarter Honors

First Honors Grade 8
Soleil Natalia Acosta, Ayeza Arshid, Amaan Asif, Jeacary Chris Augustin, Jack Kevork Avedikian, Hanna Briana Barr, Emma Kathleen Beers, Brianne Alexis Berger, Maksymilian Bielski, Emily Elizabeth Bohn, Megan Anne Boisvert, Jillian Taylor Borgia, Nicole Marie Branco, Alexa Luz Brown, Kira Paige Bryant, Amanda Martina Campos, Kiara Samantha Cano-Pinto, Chanel Ellie Casanova, Phoenix Ceballo, Marios Dionysios Charitopoulos, Timothy Luke-Amor Charles, Baylen Asa Christensen, Stephany Mariela Chutan Sandoval, Sanaii Renee’ Clarke, Fayrouz Connor, James Jeremiah Daly, Bianka Diaz Lora, Madison Rosalie Dina, Kayla Simone Duckworth, Alexis Nicole Dzwonkowski, Maurice Eugene Ellis, Aaron Orlando Falcone, Chandler Charles French, Victor Zion Gachette, Aira Yasuani Garcia Vargas, Adrian Julio Garrachon, Jasya Kaulani Gayle, Syeda Alishba Gilani, Liliana Ann Gill, Alexander James Greaves, Kayden Jah’miere Gregoire, Kianna Tamar Hall, Luz Maria Hereford, Greyson Joseph Janicki, Ishshael Antonasia Johnson, Doumie Lalanne, Dominic Louis Laros, Mary Kathryn Llewelyn, Maya Manoo, Alexa Martinez, Jonzelle Martinez, Nicholas Elliott Martino, Mia Skye Mendez, Grace Anne Miron-Dominguez, Syed Ali Mohammad, Kiara Jade Moreno, Brenna Clare Murphy, Bryant Nivar, Lumingu Janice Nkuili, Melany Sarahi Oliva Reyes, Christopher Daniel Oliva, Karoli Milianny Ortega Mendoza, Ameer Lebron Ortiz, Anthony Ortiz, Joshua Ovalle-Lopez, T Maxim Richard Owen, Ashley Pagan Vasquez, Luca Daniel Passeri, Dariel R Peralta, Gabriella Perez, Madison Elizabeth Perry, Aliyah Marie Pirro, Isabella Maria Planton, Samantha Lena Poniros, Kimberly Christelah Pressoir, Anisa Qendro, Jianna Elise Quinones, Adrian Ramirez, Haylee Lauryn Ramos, Isabella Kara Ramos, Nicol Mari Recinos, Jenisse Marie Reynoso-Correa, David Ribeiro, Gabriella Eva Roberts, Phoebe Belle Rodrigues, Natalie Elise Romero, Carlos Ruiz, Raeed Diyar Saeed, Jhael Eduardo Salinas-Suarez, Savannah Shamamba Luanda, Brianna Jade Siksay, Aislynn Barbara Small, Sean Austin Small, Madison Skott Solano, Sophia Miranda Sousa, Vaida Marie Staffy, Madelyn Cole Stansberry, Ethan Gregory Stegeman, Alia Love Strazza, Julia Hannah Tedesco, Matilda Grace Tote, Sophia Mary Trovarelli, Janyah Peyton Walker, Waylon Micardo Whyte, Autumn Grace Wiles, Esther Annmarie Williams, Jaylah Rae Yatsinko, Emma Grace Zelle

First Honors Grade 7
Holden Joseph Adams, Viviana Itayetzi Amaro, Aivyn Hope Andersen, Brandon Gordon Arnette, Isla Alexandra Arnold, Lulzim Begolli, Eva Imani Bucknor, Gianna Marie Buffone, Toni Jordan Burney, Martin Santiago Cabezas, Jake Robert Camperlengo, Ariel David Carchichabla Paida, Isabella Nevaeh Cedeno, Crystal Cedillo, Kody Michael Charlery, Alex Conetta, Celine Marie Conti, Dylan Raymond Costa, Noah Nicholas Cunliffe, Anthony Darbilli, Khloe Leann DeJesus, Julia Elizabeth DelRe, Matthew John Dermastja, Ashley Elizabeth Dobler, Sienna Rose Donovan-Craw, Emmanuella Etienne, Taylor Carroll Fabian, Ellia A Facey Henry, Jose Gabriel Fernandez, Eva Lynn Galich, Diego Alejandro Garcia, Jake Patrick Garrigan, Elena Lynn Gillis, Gabriella Sophia Gonzalez Ballesteros, Trevor Ramon Good, Courtney Jean Higgins, Valeri Star Hill, Karter Hoffman, Paul Joseph Karafa, Zachary Andrew Kassay, Jasmine Kaur, Colten Owen LaBrecque, Madison Ellie Letsch, Aryn Livingston, Adrienne Kali Lopez, Mason Jose Lopez, Benjamin Dean Lothson, Carina Mia Martinez, Kendall Marie May, Kaitlynn Marie McLeod, Valeria Ximena Muralles, Veronica Dona Nieves, Victoria Ann Marie Nieves, Wealth Adaeze Nwaeze, Sarah Elizabeth O’Connor, Deacon Elijah O’Neill, Domonic Emilio Passabet, Keller Campion Passaro, Sebastian Patrick Peglow, Binh Phu-Thai Pham, Ritchelle-Bryanna Pierre Charles, Jessica Briana Pressoir, Maylani LeAnn Quintana, Ashely Andrea Ramirez Padilla, Noa Marley Reid, Nickolas Victor Rios, Khloe Marie Rivera, Melanie Reese Romero, Aaliyah Marie Rosario, Ryan Arthur Salthouse, Davis Richard Sansonetti, Kimberly Santana, Shanae Lilieth Saunders, Daniel Francisco Schoepflin, William Thomas Shamansky, Jelani Prince Shinaba, Mandy Clare Siman, Jazmine Nicolette Simmons, Alexandria Lucia Sirico, Gerry Edwin Sistrunk, Parker Grace Smith, Akshay Srivatsav Sriram, James Pedram Stanton, Jordan Thomas Stanziale, Violet Elizabeth Sten, Ava Jacquelin Elizabeth Strong, Samira Eileen Tanko, Kallie Summer Tenk, Briana Marie Trindade, Cameron Howard Vadnais, Patrick Verow, Kendall Faith Walsh, Madelyn Worobec, Christopher Michael Zottoli

Second Honors Grade 8
Alexander Acosta, Juan Jose Aguirre Chica, Eliezer Dariel Almonte, MiKayla Grace Aquilino, Stefany Avila Rosales, Saneil Sanjay Baldie, Amijah Marie Bell, George David Calderon, Samia Rebecca Campbell, James Daniel Frederick Chmielewski, Nevaeh Joi Clark, Carson Ormand Clarke, Alfred Enoch Daniel, Tyler James Dapp, Andrea Elizabeth Diaz, Luke Philip Dolan, Jemar Phenix Duverger, Portia Dulcinea Fasanella, Gianna Jade Ferranti-Palermo, Kamilah Yamilet Flores, Edgar Patricio Galarza Cedillo, Amanda Valentina Garcia, Jameson Luciano Gill, Leilani Ariyah Seara Gomez, Tatiana Marie Gonzalez, Kaila Monae Horton, Mouhamed Babacar Kamara, Ava Rose Layman, Kayleene Alexa Leon, Saniyah Khloe Lopez, Sebastian Maldonado Beltran, Tyler John McDevitt, Edward Hisao McGettigan, Alisha Marvens Meranville, Cayden Timothy Morin, Shea Marie Morin, Sara Ann Negedu, Justin Derrick Nobles, KaeshMarie Genesis Olavarria, Michelle Oluwanifemi Olawuyi, Carlos Rolando Orellana Contreras, Carter James Ormsbee, Novy-Anna Yvon Patterson, Naylin Pereyra, Jahsiyra Jada Phillips, Mael Pierre Paul, Sidney Aaliyah Pierre, Julien M Polanco, Josuee M Ramos Salguero, Abigail Harue Richardson, Anne-lise Robert, Maria Elizabeth Rojas, Samantha June Roman, Kyarah Lauren Saint Louis, Dawid Sajdyk, Livia Sampaio Dantas, Lailany Santini, Shahine Natifa Saunders, Summer Lynn Short, Traevon Antwone Smith, Jaela-Shea Springer, Derek Jacob Stanhewicz, Jason Alexander Umana, Evan Andrew Vazquez, Kevin Robert Wargo, Olivia Charlotte Watson

Second Honors Grade 7
Keily Lissette Acevedo, Maximos Spiros Agathos, Charles John Barbee, Garrett Matthew Bryk, Domenika Alexandra Cepeda, Nicolle Chumpitaz, Alina Alexsandra Delance, Luke Joseph Delzell, Jana Gamal Farghaly, Jason Alexander Puga Fernandes, Emilia Madelyn Goldman, Elisha Grant, Kheiron Andreas Petrakopoulos Hendrickson, Ekow Bamfo Acquaah Insaidoo, Alexa Sarai Inthavong-Miller, Christian Charles Jockers, Zha’Quez Ralique Jones, Jesus David Lopez Espinal, Jonathan Daniel Lopez Nerio, Andrew Leo Loyola, Elias Michael Marina, Carlos Xavior Martinez, Christopher Medina Diaz, Addison Grace Mennona, Miles Robert Montrasio, Lynda Christine Morales, Brendan Kelly Morgan, Curtis Quadier Nixon, Chiaja Janae Norde, Evanes Perez-Gomez, Mahdiya Pessinaba, Miley Rose Rivera, Remmington Ann Samor, Braedyn James See, Aidan Michael Shamansky, Victoria Domenica Sirico, Keeley Simone Tolido, Zhamier Vereen-Foust, Eron Isaac Victorin, Patricia M Welch, Anhelina Zozulenko

Way to Go!!!

Bunnell High School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

Grade 12 First Honors
Alexis Marie Anderson-Florian, Kiley Jean Anderson-Florian, Danilzon Andres-Pedro, Alexis J Aquilino, Emanuel Sergio Palmeira Barbosa, Mikayla Jade Bonilla, Alex Gaston Boursiquot, Janiya Nelice Brookins-DePina, Grace Ann Browne, Shane Kenneth Burton, Ariel Dasani Caple, Natalie Caraballo, Jaileen L Carcamo, Nora Ann Carroll, Kevin Mauricio Chalco Curillo, Giavanna M Costanzo, Emily P Csuka, Stephanie Ruth Cunningham, Joanna Czaja, Adriana Marie DeBernardo, Jaalis Milagros DeJesus, Alexxis Ivette DelMoral, Elaine Demattos, Ka’Niah Amantinique Dillard, Savannah N DiNuzzo, Mia I DiPronio, Alisha Maria Encarnacion, Valeria Del Carmen Erazo, Natalie E Farrell, Dylan Reed Feliciano, Laila Nicole Gaillard, James Darren Galpin, Jesse James Gillespy, Jacob Matthew Gomez, Fiona M Greaves, Tiana Shanice Gregg, Aidan Philip Grise, Farah S Hamada, Caitlyn L Haray, Samuel G Harrington, Alec J Hoffman, Jonathan W Hylton, Ashley F Ivanko, Brandon Elias Johnson, Jake C Kalson, Yasmine Kamel, Grace Elizabeth Kascak, Michael Samuel LaMonica, Angelica Laszczak, Jessica Laszczak, Kyra Elizabeth Ligas, Nolan L Liscinsky, Daniel R Lombard, Rebecca A Lothson, Anthony L Magliochetti, Jahnae Marie McKoy, Brendan Francis McNamee, Natalie Grace Miguel, Matthew S Mirowski, Justin Jaydin Modesto, Rayhan T Negedu, Kourtney A Palucci, Michael Daniels Perry, Matthew K Pickel, Kelsey Ponce, Frank J Ramos, Julian Alexander Rivera Guaita, Ashley Brianna Rivera, Taylor R Rosa, Yamilex Aida Sanchez, Joshua W Santos, James Anthony Schulte, Tanner M Shea, Justin A Siegel, Sophia R Solemene, Adam Sowinski, Tyler Sean Stanziale, Flynn J Tolido, Spenser Riley Tote, Sidrit Trashani, Leann A Vezina, Robert Andrew Warren, Paris I Watson, Daniel J Weyhrauch

Grade 11 First Honors
Alexia Afriyie Aboagye, Ibrahim Aktim, Savana Nneka Alisa, Mark Anishchyk, Elijah Xavier Artis, Natalie Irena Baldowski, Savana Lee Beauchamp, Ardita Begolli, Molisha Belony, Klaudia Bielski, Grace Elizabeth Caldwell, Sofia Marie Calzone, Jocelyn Rose Ciotti, Brianna Latrice Cole, Kenneth Elbert Crowe, Mason Albert Deak, Samuel D’andre Dina, Aiden Jason Dingle, Carmen A Duran Solorzano, Besiana Egriu, Mya Imani Ekwuabu, Grace Elizabeth Garrigan, Jonathan Michael Gerardi, Lauryn Skylar Hill, Lynn-Thalia Deborha Isidore, Paige Elizabeth Jockers, Arianna Amy Johnson, Elizabeth Dearani Llewelyn, Carldiny Louissaint, Giavoni Evalise Major, Julian Charles Marottolo, Sebastian Mendez, Ella Rose Montagna, Christopher James Monte, Carl Antwone Mullings, Jayden Lam Nguyen, Giovanni Ochoa, Arianna Oliva, Dominic Anthony Puzzo, Mackenzie Rose Rich, Marelis Nicole Rivera, Kaiah Roskowski, Kimberly Salcedo, Damaris Ivelisse Santos, Maurice Scioletti, Mary Deema Siman, Brynne Catherine Smith, Maya Grace Soto, Emma Loren Spencer, Nathaniel Lee Tantral-Johnson, Ella Grace Tibbals, Elyssa Marie Torres, Dannah Rose Urban, Deirdrah Grace Urban, Christopher Valerio, Elizabeth Vazquez, Sarah Isabel Vilarinho, Doujuan Atless Watson, Madison Elizabeth Zbell, Victoria A Zottoli, Isabella May Zukowski, Briana Alyssa Zurlo

Grade 10 First Honors
Kassandra Lee Acevedo, Baeram Alfreh, Abigail Amy Antoine, Zadquier Eliah Arango Velazquez, Elizabeth Jane Banks, Nicole Barrantes, Cassidy Charlene Battaglino, Melina Isabelle Bednarczyk, Alexander Jadon Binion, Ayden Matthew Burke, Megan Amelia Camperlengo, Camilla Sophia Castillo, Roberto Miguel Coradin, Edwin Christopher Cordero Hernandez, Nicolle Milliana Cunliffe, Nicole Curi, Gabriela Czaja, Michael Davis, Morgan Elise Davis, Nathan Fernandes de Lima, Niko Alexander DeMezzo, Michael Kevin DeVitto, Jillian Susannah DiLella, Thomas Anthony Dimatteo, Rachal-Lee Marie Dressler, Justine Kate Cipriano Eblamo, Genevieve C Edmond, Jillian Carol Feliciano, Caiden Joseph Flaig, Ryan Alexandre Franco, Dudley Junior Francois, Isaac Yamil Garcia, Natalia Marie Gerardi, Francis William Gill, Christopher James Graham, Madeline Jane Grise, Vergil Dunkley Hart, Annalise Jane Heiden, Raphael Aguiar Heiderick, Alexandre Josepha Hilaire, Batuli P Iboki, Erin N Ickowitz, Emery Rian Janicki, Morgan Olivia Johnson, Baka Arrielle Kalemba, Bennett David Kopta, Alexander Leonardo Kurowski, Christopher Kusick, Benjamin Patrick Laros, Mitchell R Laskowski, Kaitlyn Marie Letsch, Katherine Mae Liquori, Richard James Loch, Ashlin Margarett Lopez, Arianna Lugo, Stephanie Elizabeth Lupo, Michael Anthony Mariconda, Michael Carlos Marino, Chrismeilyn Medina Diaz, Grace Jeanelle Molina, Julia Grace Murphy, Ella M Myers, Malaya Alana O’Connor, Gustavo Emanuel Oliva, Gilma Elizabeth Orellana Portillo, Olivia Eden Ortiz, Jefferson Pagan, Ryan Pedraza Sanchez, Nicholas David Pelletier, Gianna Rose Petrovitch, Mikita Polaz, Travis Armindo-Joseph Pushefski, Cristopher Reyes Plascencia, Aidan Thomas Reynolds, Aubrie E Rich, Kailey Aviana Rivera, Xela Arianna Rivera, Yerik Gerardo Rodas Martinez, Carter Jamesen Rodrigues, Rafael Matthew Roman Rogel, Austin Cesare Rotonto, Luke Michael Ryan, Kamron Sadrieh, Alyssa Marie Sanchez, David Sanchez, Jessica Mercedes Santos, Julissa Nicole Santos, Xavier Zion Maxwell Schmidt, Cole J Seperack, Raekwon Kelly Sok Sok, Gracie E Soler, Karla Francela Soriano Solano, Jordan Lynette Sowell, Karolina Isabel Suarez, Keili West Sullivan, Arianna Nancy Tarkowski, Madison Marie Thomas Ferguson, Avery Carolyn Toth, Keanne Valdez, Giovani Valentin, Iyana Debra West, Robin Alianna Winer

Grade 9 First Honors
Sharlize Lynnea Acevedo, Scarlett Helen Adams, Nagat Ashraf Abdelmoi Afify, Joseph W Alberti-Ortiz, Jimmy Issac Alvarez, Janiya Semira Antoine, Keira Mills Ballaro, Addison Olivia Barber, Jenna Elizabeth Bernardo, Angelina Michelle Borjas, Jasmynn Malia Bowman, Paulo Buterin, Stephen Anthony Calzone, Sharon Yohana Carias Andrade, Britany Sarai Flores Carrera, Anthony Stephan Cavaliere, Tori Leslie-Ann Charles, Kevin Chen, Danielle Joan Ciuci, Gabriella R Clericuzio, Jordan Olivia Colacurcio, Joey Darbilli, Marissa Jane DiPronio, Mickelle Pimenta Do Nascimento, Denisse Vanesa Donoso, Krisztian Mateo Elcsics, Paige Victoria Fabian, Lillian Farrell, David James Garcia, Solenny Maria Gonzalez Mencia, Ghislayne Chanthal Gonzalez, Symone Kori-Lenee Good, Morgan Elomy May Grey, Nellie Guerrier, Aaron Guevara-Delgado, Oscar David Hernandez, Brynn Marie Herrera, Samantha Marie Horton, Addison Leigh Huntting, Emerson Sharon Kushel, Addison Victoria Lezinsky, Leo Lin, Adya Manoo, Kaitlyn Elizabeth Marcus, Junior Alexander Martinez De Pena, Dillon Michael McKay, Layla Yanique McTavish, Quinlan Moran, Anne Grace Mulford, Kaidyn Jack Nalley, Fabian Anthony Naula Zhinin, Lina Doan Nguyen, Siobhan Aine Nunn, Wisdom Chibueze Nwaeze, Otylia Olechno, Eva Siobhain Ortiz, Cesar Padilla, Stephanie Margarita Padilla, Briana Lisa Paternoster, Kevin Nikolas Piotrowicz, Daniel Luis Planas, Darlene Cassandra Pressoir, Travis Prochette, Michael J Reilly, Carina Iris Rivera, Richemond Robert, Divinity Ayuni Rosa, Rosali Rosario, Kaylee Marie Ruiz, Kevin Ryan, Jaelynn Daisy Santana, Vivyahna Rose Scott, Sydney Elizabeth Sedlock, Ghalisa Eloise Sistrunk, Layla Marie Sosa, Jose Emilio Soto, Maddon Carlos Soto, Ashlynn Taylor, Alberto Torres, Kiley McKenna Tote, Stephane Nicolle Velez Ostolaza, Sophia Viera, David Antonio Vilarinho, Saige Williams, Leeluh Marie Wilson, Duny Yanes

Grade 12 Second Honors
Abigail Lindsey Alexandre, Amyra Paris Bernadel, Shanice Bernard, Anjel Ezekiel Caban, Jose Emilio Cabral Guzman, Stephanie Elena Canizalez, Patrick Wojciech Chudecki, Jeremy Laverne Conder, Kalonji Malik Cowan, Yovanna Christina Cruz, Ashely Kimberly De Oliveira, Nicholas P DeManche, Lea Unique Donofrio, Abby L Duff, Meghan A Fenton, Mercedes Marie Figueroa, Gianna R Gerardi, Mariana Tara Gonzalez, Sarah Guerrier, Zinnia R Kling, Theodore Lanham, Mikayla Corin Lumfuakiadi, Claudia Yamile Martinez Cuevas, Monserrat Cristal Martinez-Garcia, Sean A McGettigan, Daisha M Morehouse, Rane Erin Morrissey, Kate L Moss, Andrew John Naudus, Benjamin A Negron, Taylor Rose Niemiec, Vanessa K Otero, Kaylah Fayth Phommachanh, Alison Micaela Pulgarin, Giavona Simone Pulliam, Alyssa M Ranocchia, Sebastian Rodriguez, Tanner DuBois Roper, Brayden Armando Rosales, Jaiden Alexander Rosario, Ceedel C Samson, August Abigail Scott, Amanda Rose Weinbaum, Alyssa Andrace Williams

Grade 11 Second Honors
Antonio Aitken, Alexander Raymond Alvarez, Adrianna Marie Artis, Darien Dijoun Andrew Barr, Jeremiah Nazair Bartholomew-Lamoth, Colleen Tori-Ann Bennett, Christian Lamar Buchanan, Angelique Skylar Cevallos, Riley Elizabeth Cook-Jimenez, Timothy John Cunningham, Tara Etienne, Lauren Elizabeth Fenton, Hannah M Frankel, Antonio Jose Garcia, Nikolas Dimitri Guzzi, Liliana Hernandez, Samantha Simone Hurley, Julissa Nicole James, Martin Edward Koorse, Adriana Trisha Laville, Courtney Catherine Lecardo, Samuel Edward McDonald, Haley Elizabeth Mennona, Jonathan Patrick Millien-Faustin, Eamon Garrett Moran, Leah R Myers, Nathalia Liseth Nerio, Caileigh Elizabeth O’Keefe, Anais Elena Oquendo, Jahkai Antoine Pavelus, Sydney Polica, Silver Roberto Puchaicela Lara, Ardit Qendro, Daniel Lazaro Ramirez, Brianna Rendon, Angelina Marie Reyes, John Keiji Richardson, David Filipe Rocha Rodrigues, Payton Thomas Sabo, Mya Michele Saez, Erick Leonardo Sandoval, Andrea Marie Serreti, Zoie Demi Skartsiaris, Faith Noelle Stirna, Joseph Jaron Tannuzzo, Rubi Marie Thompson, Amla Trashani, Gabriel Lance Vasconez, Elijah Damion Vassel, Jenelys Veras

Grade 10 Second Honors
Sahara Ann Marie Alicea, Karys-Elise Emmanuella Almezy, James George Alstrup, Selene Naomi Berrios, Anthony John Bongiovani, Christopher Johntha Campbell, Panagiotis Charitopoulos, Daniella Jasmine Clarke, Gabriella R Dasilva, Tommy Anthony DeBernardo, Kendall Rylie Dolan, Jazzmely Fajardo, Nicholas Vincent Fama, Elijah Felix, Nina Elizabeth Ferik, Daniel Omar Fernandez, Alexander S Files, Cameryn Rose Forte, Yazmin Domonique Goodwin, Daphne Mishell Grijalva, Kevin Cody Haley, Joseph J Hall, Denis Xavier Hernandez, Bolelembe T Iboki, Malcolm Lewis, Raquel Dennise Linares, Elizabeth Lluberes, Candace Andrea Mack, Analise Yolie Maldonado, Victor Benito Maldonado, Hezron M Maynard, Mason W McCreary, Christian Steven Montenegro, Litzy Melissa Montes, Helena Gabrielle Naimoli, Benjamin D Nawrocki, Billy Thanh Nguyen, Josue David Perez, Mac-Benchley Pierre Charles, Juliana C Pulgarin, Keeara Carine Rene, Matthew Howard Reynolds, Jordan Adrian Ricketts, Selena Jolie Rivera, Casey Ryan Rossomando, Albert L Ruiz, Ava Patricia Salthouse, Chloe Isabel Samson, Dalesandro Tomas Sarmiento, Patrick Jacob Suszek, Christopher Zierre Tate, Jonathan Josemia Vernet, Alexander Giorgio Vitiello, Chaz Jurren Wilson

Grade 9 Second Honors
Yamileth Alcoser, Ashley Marie Almonte, Tristin Sky Baker, Keneil Kemar Benbow, Austin Rene Bernadel, Kelvin Bio, Sarah Ann Burgos, Nicholas Raymond Cavanaugh, Yeida Naomi Chuquitaipe, Justin Anthony Coon, Erick Junior Cordero Hernandez, Diallo Khari Cowan, Osaze K David, Andre Peyton Eblamo, Scott William Ezarik, Melanie Fajardo, Jaydan Ronald Fernandes, Jazmyne Flores, Alexander Foy, Elias Garson, Autumn Elizabeth Gomzi, Tyler James Grant, Molly Renee Kenny, Crystal Luviano, Luciano Demeo Mariconda, Melanie Dayanis Martillo, Carlo Joseph Maselli, Julian Ian Kehinde Maynard, Josiah Anthony McKenzie, Keyghan Mello, Emanuel Jose Navarro Melendez, Aysia Serenity Nichols, Alyssa Nicole Petrashka, Laila Rose, Mikayla Allyson Shkreli, Ryan Andrew Siegel, Alejandro Tatis Rodriguez, Saylor Bea Terwilliger, Leila Ashley Thompson, Jayden Lamont Turnage, Grace Louise Walsh, Jaylen Terrell Wheeler, Julyssa Lysette Williams, Summer Lee Williams, Nicolas Alexander Worobec, Jatana Davida Wright, Elliott Ford Zukowski