Carrabec High School 2nd Quarter honors

Carrabec High School


High honors: Jasmyne Coombs, Natalynn Deuble, Chantelle LaCroix, Autumn Morrill, Mikayla Oliver, Sarah Olson, Courtney Peabody and Anastasia Quimby. Honors: Andrew Davis, Adam Lawrence, Elizabeth Manzer and Emily Riggs.


High honors: Cheyenne Cahill, Shyanne Holmes and Abigail Luce. Honors: Emma Baker, Julia Baker, Abigayle Ballard, Roger Beaulieu, Jr., Xavier Cloutier, Charlee Davis, Isaiah Dunphy, Tyler Edwards, Aliyah Grunder, Sean Olson, Courtney Rollins, Seth Sayles, Aislinn Slate, Brandon Smith, Cassidy Smith, Devon Spencer and Garrett Wilson.


High honors: Jessica Benedict, Luke Carey, Lindsay Hamilton and Isabelle Slate. Honors: Autumn Ladd, Robert Lindblom, Jr., Gabriella Manzer, Connor Peabody, William Price II and Hunter Sousa.


High honors: Brooke-Alexis Dube. Honors: Kolby Carpenter, Jayden Cates, Riley Crocker, Devyn DeLeonardis, Cooper Dellerma, Trevor Donahue, Dillon Nelson and Daisy Page.

Carrabec High School first quarter honor roll

Carrabec High School


High honors: Natalynn Deuble, Ethan Johnson, Chantelle LaCroix, Adam Lawrence, Dakota Libby, Autumn Morrill, Mikayla Oliver, Sarah Olson, Courtney Peabody and Anastasia Quimby. Honors:  Jasmyne Coombs, Andrew Davis, Elizabeth Manzer and Gavin Tsoukalas.


High honors:  Emma Baker, Cheyenne Cahill, Alexander Cloutier and Shyanne Holmes. Honors: Lilly Augustine, Julia Baker, Abigayle Ballard, Erin Clark, Xavier Cloutier, Thomas Courtney, Charlee Davis, Tyler Edwards, Kiera Goodale, Aliyah Grunder, Brianna Kimball, Jacob Lawrence, Abigail Luce, Sean Olson, Logan Reichert, Courtney Rollins, Cassidy Smith, Devon Spencer, Drake Whittemore and Garrett Wilson.


High honors:  Jessica Benedict, Zebadiah Burnham, Luke Carey and Hunter Sousa. Honors: Lindsay Hamilton, Garrett Karwanski, Robert Lindblom, Jr., Gabriella Manzer, Caitlyn Oliver, Connor Peabody and William Price II.


Honors:  Dakota Cahill, Kolby Carpenter, Jayden Cates, Riley Crocker, Devyn DeLeonardis, Cooper Dellerma, Kayliy Folco, Nevaeh Holmes, Emma Junkins, William Lawrence and Isaiah Longley.

Carrabec High School third quarter honor roll 2020

Carrabec High School

Grade 12

High honors: Annika Carey, Jacob Copeland, Paige Giroux, Scott Mason, Cheyenne Sirois and Skye Welch. Honors:  Cassidy Ayotte, Isaac Boucher, Caitlin Crawford, Shay Cyrway, Caroline Decker, Olivia Fortier, Olivia Gonio, Ricky Gordon III, Olivia Hassell, Lemuel Kimball, Mary-Jenna Oliver, Jasmyne Pray, Cheyeanne Stubbs, Dalton Way and Cameron Wooster.

Grade 11

High honors:  Sierra Corson, Elizabeth Manzer and Sarah Olson. Honors: Mikayla Oliver, Jaiden Patterson and Samuel Scott.

Grade 10

High honors:  Emma Baker, Cheyenne Cahill, Abigail Luce and Trinity Slate. Honors: Lilly Augustine, Alexander Cloutier, Xavier Cloutier, Charlee Davis, Tyler Edwards, Shyanne Holmes, Sean Olson, Courtney Rollins, Seth Sayles, Aislinn Slate and Brandon Smith.

Grade 9

High honors:  Jessica Benedict, Luke Carey and Isabelle Slate. Honors: Zebadiah Burnham, Twyla Carpenter, Laci Dickey, Kyle Frey, Joel Gehrke, Lindsay Hamilton, Christopher Latoraco, Caitlyn Oliver, William Price II and Hunter Sousa.

Carrabec High School announces top 10 seniors class of 2020

Carrabec High School top seniors, 3-10, from top left: Cassidy Ayotte, Ashley Cates, Caitlin Crawford, Shay Cyrway; from bottom left: Olivia Fortier, Madison Jaros, Mary-Jenna Oliver, Abby Richardson.

Carrabec announces class of 2020 honor parts


Annika Carey

Annika Carey, Carrabec’s Valedictorian, is a student who is a role model and strong leader in our school. With a grade point average of 101.41, she has completed five Advanced Placement classes, plus three additional AP exams without taking the course, six honors classes and three dual enrollment classes. Annika has also taken two independent advanced math courses.

Annika is a student who will be successful in any endeavor she chooses to pursue. Annika will be attending Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, majoring in mathematics. Annika is the daughter of Erik and Tanya Carey, of Embden.


Scott Mason

Scott Mason, Carrabec’s Saluta­torian, is a very bright and successful student. Scott has a grade point average of 99.54, completing four Advanced Placement classes, six honors classes, as well as, nine dual enrollment classes.

Scott will be an asset to any organization of which he chooses to become a part. Scott will be attending the University of Mount Olive, in North Carolina, majoring in exercise science. Scott is the son of Richard and Marie Mason, of Anson.

The remainder of the top 10, in alphabetical order (see photo above):

Cassidy Ayotte is the daughter of Tony and Stacey Ayotte, of North Anson. Cassidy will be continuing in the work force.

Ashley Cates is the daughter of Adam and Jessie Cates, of Embden. Ashley will be attending Husson University, in Bangor, and majoring in biology.

Caitlin Crawford is the daughter of Bobbi-Sue and Travis Harrington, of New Portland, and Josh Crawford, of North Anson. Caitlin will be attending the University of Southern Maine, in Gorham, major­ing in psychology.

Shay Cyrway is the son of Shawn and Jessica Cyrway, of Embden. Shay will be attending the University of Maine at Orono in their mechanical engineering program.

Olivia Fortier is the daughter of Irene Bolduc, of Skow­hegan, and Lee Fortier, of North Anson. Olivia will be attending Husson University, in Bangor, for their pre-law program.

Madison Jaros is the daughter of Richard and Brenda Jaros, of Embden. Madison will be attending the University of Maine at Orono for environmental science.

Mary-Jenna Oliver is the daughter of Derek and Michelle Oliver, of North Anson. Mary-Jenna will be attending the University of Maine at Farmington majoring in education.

Abby Richardson is the daughter of David and Sharon Richardson, of Anson. Abby will be attending St. Joseph’s College, in Standish, in their nursing program.

Mitchell Cates earns Eagle Scout status

Eagle Scout Mitchell Cates, left, receiving his pin from his mother, Amy. (contributed photo)

Mitchell Cates, son of Brandon and Amy Cates, of Anson, was awarded scouting’s highest honor, the Eagle Scout rank, on Sunday, March 15, during a ceremony held at the Garret Schenck School, in North Anson. Mitchell built three picnic tables for the Anson Town Office for public use and a kiosk for the North Anson Post Office for people to post upcoming events in town for his Eagle Scout service project.

Amy Cates, Mitchell’s mom, pinned the Eagle Scout rank to his uniform while friends and family, including two of his three great-grandmothers, watched from the audience. Troop #481 Scoutmaster Michael Fazio served as Master of Ceremonies and presentations/congratulations were offered by State Senator Brad Farrin, of Norridegewock, and State Representative Tom Skolfield, of Weld, the Marine Corps League, the Masonic Grand Lodge of Maine and a representative from U.S. Senator Susan Collins.

Mitchell is the second Eagle in his household. His brother Zachary earned the Eagle Scout rank in 2015.

Annika Carey receives MPA Principals Award

Annika Carey

Annika Carey, daughter of Erik and Tanya Carey, of Embden, a senior at Carrabec High School, in North Anson, has been selected to receive the 2020 Principal’s Award, according to Principal Timothy Richards. The award, sponsored by the Maine Principals’ Association, is given in recognition of a high school senior’s academic achievement, citizenship and leadership.

According to Richards, Ms. Carey has distinguished herself in the classroom, on the tennis court, and as a leader in the school and the community. She has a positive attitude, is hard-working, kind, and humble, all of which will ensure her future success.

Academically, Annika has challenged herself throughout her high school years. Her hard work and perseverance have made her the valedictorian of the class of 2020. Her eagerness and enthusiasm makes her a leader and a role model in our school.

Annika shines strong in tennis, soccer, and will power at Carrabec as she applies that same enthusiasm and passion into all. Strong and focused, Annika has played an important role on Carrabec’s teams. She is a supportive team player, she holds and shows respect for all her teammates and coaches.

Ms. Carey not only thrives in the sports worlds, but is also a member of the National Honor Society, a member of the Willpower Weightlifting Team, Youth in Maine Government, was the first Student of the Month for her graduating class and a math team top scorer. Annika made the MAML list of the top 50 math team competitors in the state!

For all of these reasons, Richards is proud to announce that Annika Carey is the Carrabec High School MPA Award recipient for 2020. Annika will attend an awards luncheon on April 4, 2020, where she will receive her award and be eligible to be selected for one of ten scholarships.

Cub Scout Pack #482 raising funds for Boston Children’s Museum trip

Cub Scout Pack 482 at the Skowhegan Fire Station. (photo: Pack 482 Facebook page)

Cub Scout Pack #482, in the Anson/Madison area, has been selected to do a sleepover at the Boston Children’s Museum at the beginning of April vacation. They are presently raising money by having bottle drives, as well as other fundraising efforts, including a GoFundMe page.

All money raised will go towards chartering a bus that will bring the 12 scouts and their 13 family members to Boston for a trip they will never forget.

Donations may be made by contacting Christina Nelson, at 207-431-1177.

Many of the families going on could use the financial assistance.