11 Miller Place Students Recognized for Excelling at FBLA Competition
Miller Place, N.Y. (January 2020)—Miller Place School District is proud to congratulate 11 students at Miller Place School District for recently competing at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) District Competition at Hofstra University in Hempstead. Miller Place’s business students ranked in both written and performance events including accounting, advertising, business calculations, business communications, business law, entrepreneurship, introduction to financial math, marketing, word processing.
Congratulations to Chris Sun, 2nd place in Accounting 1; Colin Brennan, 3rd place in Accounting 1; Alexis Franzoni, 2nd place in Advertising; Larry Davis, 4th place in Business Calculations; Larry Davis, 1st place in Business Communications; Jodie Cui, 2nd place in Business Communications; Marena Capocci, 4th place in Business Law; Ana Voskresenskaja, 3rd place in Entrepreneurship; Cadence Masino, 5th place in Introduction to Financial Math; Bella Buonovolanta, 3rd place in Marketing; and Tristan Stapleton, 4th place in Word Processing.
FBLA inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences. FBLA is the largest career student business organization in the world and assists more than 230,000 students prepare for careers in business. FBLA competitions recognize and reward student excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas.
Twenty-One Students at Miller Place High School Recognized for Exceptional Character and Academic Excellence
Miller Place School District (MPSD) is
proud to announce that twenty-one exceptional students from Miller Place High
School were recognized for their random acts of kindness and exceptional
academic achievement during the District’s annual Outstanding Acts
of Kindness (OAK) and Outstanding Academic Recognition (OAR) Awards Ceremony.
to our 21 students who continue to represent the District and our community
with exceptional pride and character,” said Dr. Marianne Cartisano,
superintendent of Miller Place School District. “I am proud to recognize these
students for their active participation in extracurriculars, commitment to
being positive role models for peers, and academic excellence. These
distinguished students are a representation of what all Miller Place educators
seek to inspire throughout our District.”
who receive the OAK Award display selfless behavior and inspire peers with
their kindness. Recipients of the OAK award this year include Julianne Cerato, Hailey Koppelman, Madison Murphy, Adam
Tarsia, Erin Matthews, Thomas Cirrito, Jason Cirrito, Danielle Cirrito, and
To meet the requirements for the OAR Award,
students must excel academically and successfully rise to the educational
challenges presented to them. Recipients of the OAR Award this year are Cole
Asparro, Matthew Murray, Colton Young, Shaun Mooney, Justin Klotz, Sean OConnor,
Madaline Martin, James Duffy, Meghan Connolly, Hannah Cantone, Kate Doyle, and
Thomas Ventiquattro. These students have either met long-term goals or are
students who have exhibited commendable improvement.
(January 2020)—Last year, North Country Road
Middle School (NCRMS) in Miller Place kicked off its Coupons for Character
initiative to reward its students who serve as positive role models, promote
respect and help NCRMS build a caring school community. Each month, students who
have demonstrated exceptional character have their name placed into a container
in the main office and at the end of the month, three students’ names are
randomly selected to receive a prize for their leadership. Additionally, each
student whose name made it into the jar receives a letter home in recognition
for their commitment to making NCRMS a great place to learn and gain leadership
October, NCRMS’s recipients were Edwin Rubio, Rowan Elder and Adrian Tamayo.
For November, the recipients were William Spagnolo, Jason Murray, and Erik
Flannery. Most recently, December’s recipients were Alex Villanella, Noah
Squires, and Jake Siegel.