GHS students honored at regional dinner

Five Gloversville High School seniors were honored for their achievements during high school at the Fourth Annual FMCC/HFM BOCES Student Recognition Dinner Monday, June 3.

Having been continually impressed by the academic and extracurricular excellence seen in the region’s students, FMCC and HFM BOCES work together to host the annual event to recognize graduating seniors of distinction.

Honorees are nominated by their school districts. Districts nominate their top two overall academic students and their top students enrolled in a program at the HFM Career and Technical Center. School districts also select other students they feel should be recognized.

Gloversville students recognized were Paul-John Clet, the Class of 2019 valedictorian; Matthew Butkevitch, salutatorian; Noah Batease, the third highest ranking student in the Class of 2019;  Nikeanna Coger, who completed the Veterinary and Animal Science program at the HFM Career and Technical Center; and Ryan Issa, who completed the Medical Assisting program at the CTC.

students and administrators stand in a row for a photo.
Five Gloversville students were honored June 3 at the FMCC/HFM BOCES Student Recognition Dinner. From left: FMCC President Dr. Dustin Swanger, Noah Batease, Ryan Issa, Matthew Butkevitch, Nikeanna Coger, Paul-John Clet, GHS Principal Dr. Richard DeMallie and HFM BOCES Deputy Superintendent Dr. Lorraine Hohenforst.

 

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