Fresh start at Kearney

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Bishop Kearney High School’s school year will be off to a great start, agreed School President Erin Tierney and Student Council officers, as they were inducted into their elected offices at Kearney’s End-of-Year Assembly. Tierney encouraged her classmates to work with their elected representatives. “Our goal for next year is to get each of you involved in every school event, to increase school spirit. With your ideas, cooperation and support, we know this will be possible.”

The student council officers are pictured after the assembly: Seated, from left, are: Ashley Anglade and Christa Sullivan (senior class vice president and president, respectively); Erin Tierney and Maeghan Edwards (school president and vice president), and Allison Behette and Mary Frangella [freshman class vice president and president].

Standing, from left, are: Chelsea Dwyer (athletic chairperson); Sarah Donahue (recreational chairperson); Marisa Peragine (publicity chairperson); Caitlin Manning (secretary); Gabriella Kennedy (publicity chairperson); Jacqueline Fagoni and Kaitlin Slattery (junior class president and vice president, respectively) and Erica Carrasquillo and Stefanie Ficalora (sophomore class president and vice president, respectively).

Bishop Kearney High School is located at 2202 60th Street.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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