Carrabec High School 1st quarter honor roll (2022)

Carrabec High School

Grade 12: High honors: Jessica Benedict, Luke Carey, Joel Gehrke, Mliss Hem, Caitlyn Oliver and Conner Peabody; honors:  Zebadiah Burnham, Laci Dickey, Lindsay Hamilton, Robert Lindblom, Jr., Gabriella Manzer, Hunter Sousa, Faith Willette, Joshua Wilson and Josiah Wyman.

Grade 11: High honors:  Kolby Carpenter, Jayden Cates, Devyn DeLeonardis, Cooper Dellarma, Molly Hay and Dillon Nelson; honors: Jana Alfoudari, Hunter Bragg, Riley Crocker, Trevor Donahue, Sascha Evans, Jersey Flanders, Nevaeh Holmes, Daisy Page, Daniel Paine, Navada Sayles, Alyssa Schinzel, Hailey Wyman.

Grade 10: High honors:  Kobi Jennings, Haley McFadyen, Machaon Pierce, Desmond Robinson and Lillian Cooley; honors: Jeremy Barcelos, Logan Caldwell, Kallie Ebneter, Thomas Ingersoll, Dayna Jean Labonte, Seamus Miller, Seth Price, Gerald Rollins, Josephine Scheve, Ian Smith, Brooks Sousa, Ciarrah Whittemore.

Grade 9: High honors:  William Rogers; honors: Karen Baker, Kaileigh Burnham, Emma Campbell, Zachary Davis, Colburn-James Dube, Patricia Hale, Alecxander Leeman, Sierra-Lynn Patenaude, Macie Plourde, Thomas Roderick, Jr. and Hickory Smith.

Anson’s oldest living resident is Boston Post Cane recipient

Janet Faye Hilton Fletcher, 97, is Anson’s oldest living citizen.

Janet Faye Hilton Fletcher, 97, was honored as the oldest resident of Anson by the presentation of the ceremonial Boston Post Cane, by Anson Historical Society, at her home in Anson. President Sharon Mellows, Vice President Charlotte Withee, Chairman Ralph Withee and Anson Administrator Tammy Murray were present.

Janet Fletcher was born July 19, 1925, on Hilton Hill Road, in Anson, and resided in Anson most of her life. She attended elementary school at Garrett Schenck and graduated from Madison High School in 1943, at the age of 17.

She married Hurley Fletcher on November 27, 1943. They lived on Fletcher Road in Anson, moved to the Airport Road, in Norridgewock, for three years but moved back to West Mills Road, in Anson. She currently lives with her son David and his wife Mary Fletcher, on Hilton Hill Road, Anson.

Janet and Hurley had nine children, Gary Fletcher, Diane Fletcher Oliver, Sandra Fletcher Weese, Betty Fletcher Burpee, Linda Fletcher Sargent, Dennis Fletcher, Joan Fletcher, David Fletcher, Larry Fletcher. She has 24 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.

Carrabec High School 2021-22 fourth quarter honors

Carrabec High School

Grade 12, high honors: Cheyenne Cahill, Sean Olson, Courtney Rollins, Seth Sayles and Cassidy Smith; honors:  Lilly Augustine, Emma Baker, Julia Baker, Roger Beaulieu, Alexander Cloutier, Xavier Cloutier, Charlee Davis, Kiera Goodale, Autumn Ladd, Trinity Slate, Devon Spencer and Ethan Wyman.

Grade 11, high honors:  Luke Carey, Joel Gehrke and Conner Peabody; honors: Jessica Benedict, Robert Lindblom, Jr. and Caitlyn Oliver and Faith Willette.

Grade 10, high honors:  Kolby Carpenter, Devyn DeLeonardis, Cooper Dellarma, Brooke-Alexis Dube, Molly Hay and Emma Junkins; honors: Jayden Cates, Riley Crocker, Summer Lindblom, Dillon Nelson and Hailey Wyman.

Grade 9,  high honors:  Haley McFadyen, Machaon Pierce and Desmond Robinson; honors: Jeremy Barcelos, Logan Caldwell, Mason Courtney, Oakley Friend, Kobi Jennings, Seth Price, Levi Small and Brooks Sousa.

Carrabec High School announces top 10 seniors

From left-to-right, top row: Emma Baker, Julia Baker, Abigayle Ballard, Cheyenne Cahill, Tyler Edwards. Bottom row: Shyanne Holmes, Courtney Rollins, Trinity Slate, Brandon Smith, Garrett Wilson.

Carrabec High School, in North Anson, top ten students in the class of 2022.

Emma Baker is the daughter of Dean and Melissa Baker, of Embden. Emma will be attending Suny Plattsburgh University in New York for computer science.

Julia Baker is the daughter of Eric and Kelly Baker, of Embden. Julia will be attending Kennebec Valley Community College for nursing/general studies.

Abigayle Ballard is the daughter of Kevin Ballard, of Wiscasset, and Terry and Adam Soosman, of Embden. Abigayle will be attending Kennebec Valley Community College for business/barketing.

Cheyenne Cahill – Valedictorian, is the daughter of Michael and Kimberly Cahill, of Embden. Cheyenne will be attending the University of New England majoring in applied exercise science.

Tyler Edwards is the son of Heather Wahler, of Embden. Tyler will be attending the University of Maine for new media.

Shyanne Holmes – Salutatorian, is the daughter of William and Jennifer Holmes, of North Anson. Shyanne will be attending Thomas College majoring in business.

Courtney Rollins is the daughter of Duayne and Jenney Rollins, of Solon. Courtney will be continuing in the work force.

Trinity Slate is the child of Stacey Slate, of North Anson. Trinity will be attending the University of Maine at Farmington for International and global studies.

Brandon Smith is the son of Kenneth and Rebecca Smith, of Anson. Brandon will be attending Thomas College for their public accounting program.

Garrett Wilson is the son of Jonathan and Susan Wilson, of Embden. Garrett will be attending a four-year college.

Carrabec High School third quarter honors, Spring 2022

Carrabec High School

Grade 12, high honors: Julia Baker, Cheyenne Cahill, Elisa Corradini, Seth Sayles, Trinity Slate, Cassidy Smith and Ethan Wyman; honors:  Lilly Augustine, Emma Baker, Roger Beaulieu, Erin Clark, Alexander Cloutier, Xavier Cloutier, Charlee Davis, Shyanne Holmes, Brianna Kimball, Abigail Luce, Sean Olson, Courtney Rollins, Devon Spencer and Garrett Wilson.

Grade 11, high honors:  Luke Carey; honors: Jessica Benedict, Zebadiah Burnham, Joel Gehrke, Robert Lindblom, Jr., Caitlyn Oliver, Conner Peabody and Hunter Sousa.

Grade 10, high honors:  Kolby Carpenter, Jayden Cates, Devyn DeLeonardis, Brooke-Alexis Dube, Molly Hay, Dillon Nelson and Hailey Wyman; honors: Riley Crocker, Cooper Dellarma, Toby-Nicholas Gower, William Lawrence, Summer Lindblom, Jordyn Plourd and Alyssa Schinzel.

Grade 9,  high honors:  Machaon Pierce and Desmond Robinson; honors: Logan Caldwell, Kobi Jennings, Haley McFadyen, Gerald Rollins, Josephine Scheve and Brooks Sousa.

Carrabec Valedictorian and Salutatorian 2022

Cheyenne Cahill, left. Shyanne Holmes, right.

Timothy Richards, Principal, has announced honor parts for the Class of 2022 at Carrabec High School.

Cheyenne Cahill, Carrabec’s Valedictorian, is a student who is a role model in our school. With a grade point average of 101.32, she has completed two advanced placement classes, eight honors classes and six dual enrollment classes, as well as, five advanced math classes. Cheyenne is not only a great student and math team leader, she also applies her strengths to the sports world as well, excelling in basketball, track and tennis. Cheyenne has been a part of the Willpower team since seventh grade. Cheyenne will be attending the University of New England, in Biddeford, majoring in Applied Exercise Science. Cheyenne is the daughter of Michael and Kimberly Cahill, of Embden.

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Shyanne Holmes, Carrabec’s Salutatorian, is a bright and successful student. Shyanne has a grade point average of 99.73, completing seven honors classes, two advanced placement classes, seven dual enrollment classes, as well as, two advanced math classes. Shyanne has been part of the Willpower team since seventh grade as well, shines in softball, and as a class leader. She will be an asset to any organization of which she chooses to be part. Shyanne will be attending Thomas College, in Waterville, majoring in business. Shyanne is the daughter of William and Jennifer Holmes, of North Anson.

Welch receives MPA principal’s award at Carrabec High School

Brooke Welch

Brooke Welch, daughter of Dereck and Aaron Welch of North Anson, a senior at Carrabec High School, has been selected to receive the 2022 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. Welch has distinguished herself as a leader for her class, a role model for her peers, and an athlete on the court and on the field. She always has a smile on her face and has a positive attitude. Brooke is hard-working, kind, and humble, all of which will ensure her future success. She is also very involved in her community, volunteering for many events, always willing to lend a hand.

Strong and focused, Brooke has not only thrived in the sports world, but has taken honors courses, as well as, AP and Dual Enrollment classes, and was March 2022 Student of the Month.

For all of these reasons, Richards is proud to announce that Brooke Welch is the Carrabec High School MPA Award recipient for 2022. Brooke can attend a LIVE Virtual Event on April 1, 2022, where she will be eligible to be selected for one of ten scholarships.

Carrabec High School honor roll

Carrabec High School

Grade 12, high honors: Julia Baker, Roger Beaulieu, Cheyenne Cahill, Shyanne Holmes, Sean Olson, Courtney Rollins, Trinity Slate, Brandon Smith, Cassidy Smith and Drake Whittemore; honors:  Emma Baker, Erin Clark, Charlee Davis, Tyler Edwards, Abigail Luce, Seth Sayles, Devon Spencer and Garrett Wilson.

Grade 11, high honors:  Luke Carey; honors: Jessica Benedict, Lindsay Hamilton, Robert Lindblom, Jr., Caitlyn Oliver, Conner Peabody and Hunter Sousa.

Grade 10, high honors:  Kolby Carpenter, Jayden Cates, Devyn DeLeonardis, Cooper Dellarma, Molly Hay and Hailey Wyman; honors: Riley Crocker, Brooke-Alexis Dube and Alyssa Schinzel.

Grade 9,  high honors:  Haley McFadyen, Desmond Robinson and Brooks Sousa; honors: Logan Caldwell, Zackary Crawford, Kobi Jennings, Machaon Pierce, Seth Price, Gerald Rollins, Ian Smith and Morgan Steuber.

Carrabec High School, North Anson, first quarter 2021 honors

Carrabec High School, North Anson, first quarter honors

Carrabec High School

GRADE 12

High honors: Roger Beaulieu, Cheyenne Cahill, Elisa Corradini, Shyanne Holmes, Trinity Slate, Cassidy Smith and Drake Whittemore. Honors:  Emma Baker, Julia Baker, Abigayle Ballard, Elijah Canales, Erin Clark, Alexander Cloutier, Xavier Cloutier, Charlee Davis, Isaiah Dunphy, Sean Olson, Courtney Rollins, Seth Sayles, Devon Spencer, Garrett Wilson and Ethan Wyman.

GRADE 11

High honors:  Luke Carey. Honors: Laci Dickey, Joel Gehrke, Lindsay Hamilton, Kaitlyn Junkins, Robert Lindblom, Jr., Caitlyn Oliver, Conner Peabody, Isabelle Slate, Hunter Sousa and Josiah Wyman Jr.

GRADE 10

High honors:  Jayden Cates and Devyn DeLeonardis. Honors: Kolby Carpenter, Riley Crocker, Cooper Dellerma, Molly Hay, Summer Lindblom, Alyssa Schinzel and Hailey Wyman.

GRADE 9

High honors:  Machaon Pierce and Desmond Robinson. Honors: Zackary Crawford, Kobi Jennings, Dayna Jean LaBonte, Seth Price, Gerald Rollins, Levi Small and Brooks Sousa.

Carrabec biology class thanks program presenters

contributed photo

submitted by Paul Thompson, Carrabec High School biology teacher

Julie Davenport, left, with Carrabec High School students during forestry presentation. (photo by Kelsey Creamer)

The Carrabec High School, in North Anson, biology students thank Julie Davenport and Jim Ferrante for their forestry presentation. Jim and Julie are foresters who work for the Maine Forest Service. On Tuesday, June 8, and Wednesday, June 9, they came to the high school and spoke to the biology classes. As well as describing the local forest ecology beside the high school, they also talked about the type of work they do as foresters.

This involves working with private landowners, logging companies, paper companies and others. Jim and Julie also talked about the education, training, and personal experience that prepared them to do what they do. This was a rich and necessary presentation for the high school students. As Julie and Jim related, there is a great need for people to do this kind of work.

There are, and will continue to be, many opportunities for people in this and related fields. It is a chance to stay in Maine, do meaningful work, and be outside while you are doing it. What could be better?