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OMS Announces Top 50 Students

Administrators at the Oswego Middle School, in conjunction with members of the Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club, are proud to announce the top 25 seventh-graders and top 25 eighth-graders for the 2019-2020 school year.
The top 50 students recently received a letter from OMS Principal Mary Beth Fierro, which congratulated them on their achievements and assured them the challenging times would not prevent the boys and girls from being honored. Selected students were recognized because of their academic successes from the first two traditional marking periods of the school year.
Families received an OMS Top 50 program as a keepsake and each top student received a certificate of recognition.
The following seventh-graders were named the top 25 students: Lauren  Adkins, Miles Bandla, Isabella Bivens, Ethaniel Cliff, Amanda Connelly, Janessa Coronado, Alaina DiBlasi, Audrey Donovan, Emilie Furlong, Elizabeth Furlong, Alexis Galvin, Adam  Gfeller, Margaret Jerred, Thomas  Kirwan, Sophia  Kropf, Leah McRae, Zachary Munger, Emery O'Brien, Mararet O'Leary, Amanda Porter, Sadie Pratt, Brooklyn Saternow, Ainsley              Wallace, Harley   Walpole and Kevin Waters.
The top 25 eighth-grade students include: Jillian Bell, Madeline Brown, Ian Cady, John DelConte, Leah Dykas, Teagan Griffin, Carter Guynn, Mason            Hall, Helena Holmes, Natalie Hooper, Trent Izard, Ian MacKenzie, Alivia Michailidis, Sophie         Neveu, Michael  Paestella, Teigen Patane, David Pearson, Kylie Pratt, Beatrice Rastley, Leanna Rockwood, Sebastian Rose, Moira Spiegel, Trey Tesoriero, Ciarrah      Tynan and Tatum Winchek.
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