Harrisville Central School class leaders | Education
Harrisville Central School class leaders
HARRISVILLE — The 2022 class leaders at Harrisville Central School are valedictorian Caroline Delles; Jaya Hall, salutatorian; and Breanna Shampine, the highest professional honor.
Miss Delles, daughter of Kevin and Jodi Delles, Harrisville, has a GPA of 96.5. She will graduate with a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation with Masters in Mathematics and will have dual-enrollment credits at North Country Community College, Saranac Lake, in Pre-Calculus and English Composition.
She is a member of the varsity women’s softball team, a four-year member of the high school choir, drama club; participated in New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) solos; and is a past member of the National Junior Honor Society. In addition, Ms. Delles is Treasurer of the Bonaparte Chapter of the National Honor Society, served as President of the Assembly of Student Representatives in her senior year, and is Secretary of the Youth Advisory Council. She worked at the school during the summer and during the school year as an accountant for the men’s varsity football team.
Some of the community services rendered include cleaning the school road, Red Cross blood drives, grocery shopping and storage bags for the school’s backpack program. Honors received include Academic Letters from Harrisville Central School and High Honor Roll and was a WWNY TV7 Academic All-Star.
Miss Delles plans to major in liberal arts at Jefferson Community College in Watertown and study photography.
Miss Hall, daughter of Stacey Bowen and Dustin Hall, Harrisville, has a GPA of 96.2. She will earn a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation with Masters in Mathematics and Science and earn dual-enrollment credits at North Country Community College, Saranac Lake in English Literature, English Composition, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Spanish IV and Spanish V.
She is a past member of the National Junior Honor Society; a fourth-generation member of the Bonaparte chapter of the National Honor Society; member of the high school orchestra and the Assembly of Student Representatives for four years; member of the Youth Advisory Council for three years and president for one year; a member of the green team; and played football for two years and basketball for one year.
Some of its community services include school roadside cleanup, Red Cross blood drives, school backpack program, and several community beautification projects. Miss Hall works part-time at Stefano’s pizzeria.
Honors received include Harrisville Central School Academic Letters and Honor Roll, Clarkson University Leadership Award, Rochester Institute of Technology Computing Medal, St. Bonaventure University Bonnie Scholar Award, St. Lawrence University Augsbury Scholar, and the University of Rochester Basuch & Lomb Science Award.
Miss Hall plans to major in data science at the University of Rochester.
Miss Shampine, daughter of Melissa LaParr and John Shampine, Harrisville, has a GPA of 93.7. She will graduate with a Regents degree.
She is studying cosmetology at Southwest Technical Center, Fowler, will earn her cosmetology license; and spends his working base learning at the Ultimate Experience Salon, Governor.
Honors received include Honor and Roll of Honor, Southwest Technical Center Student of the Month, and Keuka College George H. Ball Community Achievement Award.
She is a member of the National Honor Society; played softball and soccer for a year; works part-time at Slider’s Food Mart and babysits.
Among his community services are school road cleaning and Trunk or Treat.
Miss Shampine plans to join the workforce and hopes to become a mortuary cosmetologist.