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Student leaders at Redeemer welcome new students


February 16. 2013 11:27PM


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Students at Holy Redeemer High School spent many hours over the summer planning activities and events for incoming freshmen and transfer students. Members of the school's Student Leadership Council, St. Michael's Society and other volunteers helped coordinate an event for the Class of 2016, transfer students and their parents. They also planned an orientation day for new students and helped coordinate their first school day. The summer agenda also included planning activities for the upcoming school Spirit Week, Meet the Teachers Night, Catholic Schools Week, homeroom representative elections, Student Leadership constitution review and update, induction ceremonies and recruitment and leadership programs. Student volunteers, from left, first row: Cornelia Chmil, Hanover Township; Bethany Chmil, Hanover Township; Mary Pat Blaskiewicz, West Pittston; and Christopher Pawlenok, Mountain Top. Second row: Meghan Burns, Wilkes-Barre; Kelsey Crossin, Plains Township; and Audrey Zavada, Forty Fort. Third row: Cody Januszko, Wilkes-Barre; Michael Morrison, Dallas; Michael Kozik, Laflin; Matthew Nicholas, Courtdale; Connor Mulvey, West Pittston; Matthew Lyons, Forty Fort; Michael Conlon, Inkerman; Michael Booth, vice principal for student life and SLC and St. Michael's Society advisor; and Conlan McAndrew, Mountain Top.




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