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Mid-Year Graduation at PMHS

School district honors 56 students in ceremony held on Wednesday.

A small ceremony was held at Patchogue-Medford High School to commemorate the mid-year graduation of 56 members of the Class of 2011 Wednesday.

"Tonight we turn the page and close a chapter on your school years and your life here at Patchogue-Medford High School," said Principal Randy Rusielewicz to the graduates.

Members of the Board of Education were present and BOE Vice-President Anthony O'Brien made a short speech followed by Superintendent of Schools Michael J. Locantore. William J. McNally made the official commencement address before the graduates were awarded their diplomas. A reception in honor of the graduates was held outside the auditorium following the commencement exercises.

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The 2011 Mid-Year Graduates

Anna-Marie Eileen Abreu

Jose de Jesus Alatorre Anaya

Eber N. Bonilla

Antonio Joseph Busceti

Matthew D. Castanon

Narciso Castillo

Samantha N. Citrangola

Sara Lynn Correll

Lauren-Marie T. Crimaldi

Nicholas V. D'Ambrosio

Thomas D'Avanzo

Andy A. Diaz

Jonathan James Eaton

Francis Michael Fagone

Alivia A. Foster

Ashlie Nicole Fortier

Alexi J. Fuentes

Juan Carlos Galarza

Brandon J. Gersic

Brittany Golden

Michael M. Holodniak

Richard Houlihan

Pamela E. Hurtado Cardena

Timothy Hyde

Ariana Koulaklis

Timothy E. Kramer

Ashley Marie Leicht

Travis Joseph Lemay

Kelly Anne Mangila Matundan

Carmen M. Montero

Gabriela M. Moreno Hernandez

Rhiannon S. Murray

Jarrett M. Musumeci

Mayra Patricia Muy

Sefket M. Nouri

Kayla Helen Occhiogrosso

Joseph Palmese

Katherine Gabriela Pazmino

Edward Richard Purcell III

Jennifer Rivera Ayala

Gabriel Rodriquez

Nicholas Rodriquez

Xiomara Roman

Nina D. Ryan

Jeovanny R. Sanchez

Alexander Reginald Smart

Melissa R. Smith

Dylan J. Snyder

John F. Stadier

Sara Marie Swope

Amber Simone Taylor

Javier Trejo-Mejia

Nicolette Christina Vazquez

Marissa Visalli

Keith M. Vormittag, Jr.

Kristina Marie Winnes

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