Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 29, 1993 · Page 3
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-THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- St. Mary's graduates 21, bestows awards TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1993 — 3 Twenty-one eighth-grade students at St. Mary's Catholic School were graduated at a ceremony June 11. A Mass was celebrated and awards were given to the children as follows: Luke Nickerman: Excellence award, St. Mary's highest honor, given for general excellence in both scholastic achievement and consistent effort to maintain the ideals and standards of St. Mary's School. Kalia Glassey: Presidential Academic Fitness Award for maintaining a B-plus grade point average throughout her years in elementary school, and for consistently scoring above the 80th percentile on the yearly Standardized Achievement Tests. Luke Nickerman, Collin Petitte, Shannon Scannell, Danny Thomas: Student Council—for their service to the school on Student Council during their eighth-grade year. Juanita Barron, Patrick Gen- goux, Kalia Glassey, Ryan Henderson, Chris Marsh, Peter Melchiori, Luke Nickerman, Brian Sullivan: Citizenship Pin — for consistent effort in die area of conduct and demonstrating a genuine concern for others. Patrick Gengoux, Kalia Glassey, Ryan Henderson, Zack Jacobs, Chris Marsh, P.J. Onori, Shannon Scannell, Joe Hildreth: Proteus Writing Project, honorary mentions — for outstanding effort and involvement in the Proteus writing project. The Proteus writing project is a research writing project that involves extensive research into a controversial subject (such as abortion, gun control, pesticide use, etc.) and presentation of both pro and con arguments (involving interviews with "experts" in the chosen area) resulting in a written paper of five pages or more as well as an oral presentation that includes a detailed question and answer period during which students must give evidence of their acquired knowledge. Collin Petitte: Proteus Writing Award — for outstanding effort and involvement in all areas of the project and for reaching beyond himself in an effort to complete this project well. Luke Nickerman: California Junior Scholastic Federation Life Membership Pins — for maintaining membership in CJSF for four trimesters of grades seven and Star makes firm impression in concrete LOS ANGELES (AP) — In a rather unlawyerlike but very down to earth ceremony Monday, actor Tom Cruise molded his signature, handprints and footprints into concrete in front of Mann's Chinese Theater. Cruise became the 173rd celebrity to leave imprints in the theater forecourt. Wearing blue jeans and a casual shirt, Cruise posed for pictures and signed autographs for many in the crowd of hundreds outside the historic theater on Hollywood Boulevard. He kissed wife, actress Nicole Kidman, and talked about growing up on the East Coast and dreaming of visiting the theater and its memories. "To be asked here today to leave my footprints is overwhelming to me. I'm just so appreciative and excited about it," he said. The signature honor coincides with the release of Cruise's latest film, "The Firm," based on the John Grisharn novel about a law practice that is infiltrated by the Mafia. He costars with Gene Hackman, Holly Hunter and Hal Holbrook. For Cruise, who turns 31 on Saturday, it marks back-to-back legal roles behind "A Few Good Men." In "The Firm," Cruise stars as Mitch McDeere, an honors graduate from an Ivy League school who passes up big city law for a partnership in Memphis, Tenn. Cruise has also appeared in "Far and Away," "Days of Thunder," "Bom on the Fourth of July," "The Color of Money," "Top Gun," "The Outsiders," "Risky Business" and "Endless Love." Graduating from St. Mary's eighth grade are, front row, from left, Zack Jacobs, Patrick Gen- goux, Brian Sullivan, Juanita Barron, Kalia Glassey; second row from left, Collin Petitte, Allsha Foord, Joe Hildreth, Shannon Scannell; third row from left, Chenln Fetzer, Sarah Oliver-Johnson, P.J. Onorl, Jessie Dill; fourth row from left, Danny Thomas, Fernando Sor- la, Chris Marsh; and fifth row from left, Luke Nickerman, Peter Melchiori, Josh Rains, Ryan Henderson and Russell Frisk. eight, including two trimesters of eighth grade. Kalia Glassey: California Junior Scholastic Federation Life Membership Pins — for maintaining membership in CJSF for all six trimesters of grades seven and eight. Jessie Dill, Luke Nickerman Shannon Scannell: Accelerated Reader Program Pin — for achieving a score of more than 100 points in the Accelerated Reader Program throughout sixth, seventh and eighth grades. Zack Jacobs: for achieving a score of more than 200 points in the Accelerated Reader Program throughout seventh and eighth grade. Kalia Glassey: for achieving a score of more than 700 points in the Accelerated Reader Program throughout sixth, seventh, and eighth grade. P.J. Onori, Kalia Glassey, Joe Hildreth, Luke Nickerman, Collin Petitte, Shannon Scannell: Honor Pins — for consistent and continued effort, and for maintaining an average of B or better throughout the eighth grade. Juanita Barron, Alisha Foord, Peter Melchiori, Brian Sullivan, Kalia Glassey: Service Pins — for outstanding and consistent effort in completion of service hours during this 8th grade year. Fernando Soria, Danny Thomas: Acolyte Pin for faithful service to the needs of our parish and participation in the altar servers program. Ryan Henderson, Joe Hildreth, Peter Melchiori, Luke Nickerman, Fernando Soria, Brian Sullivan: A sports award for participation in both volleyball and basketball during the eighth grade. Sarah Oliver-Johnson, Jessie Dill: Drama award for service to the community through participation in student drama productions. Russell Frisk, Zack Jacobs, Chris Marsh: Improvement pins for significant growth and improvement observed in various areas. Juanita Barron, Chenin Fetzer, Alisha Foord, Ryan Henderson, Peter Melchiori, Collin Petitte, Josh Rains, Brian Sullivan: Effort pins for consistent effort in studies throughout this school year. Kalia Glassey, Danny Thomas: Keyboarding pins for developing computer keyboarding skills above 30 words per minute and demonstrating an ability to maintain that speed consistently and with accuracy. Drive-up Window HARRIS PHARMACY FREE DELIVERY NO 3-Day I NO 2-Day! NO 1 -Dayl N01 Hourl NO 1/2 Hour! 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