Students of the Week honored

DERRY — Ernest P. Barka Elementary School announces its Students of the Week recipients.

For the period ending Jan. 24, the following students were honored — kindergarten, Amber Rose Goddard, Olivia Muse, Joseph Rudolph, Caylee Van Kleeck; grade one, Blake Case, Mila Contino Clark, Ryan Morris, Jaxson Peters; grade two, Tierney Allen, Aiden Elsmore, David Leavitt, Gwen Ouellette, Evan Rotondi; grade three, Aubrey Bates, Antonion Brito, Bryan Desharnais, Cole Russell; grade four, Raelyn Bearor, Abigail Cahill, Taylor Hurley, Rowan Kenney; grade five, Eva Cruz, Shayla DiRico, Bailey Silva, Austin Whipple.

For the period ending Jan. 31, the following students were honored — kindergarten, Olive Burke, Sydney Krug; grade one, Aubrey Elkin, Torrin Flood, Lukas Letendre, Ari West; grade two, Owen Duclos, Yvanka Petion, Anthony Roman, Khloe Thorpe; grade three, Corbin Bellavance; Mathew Case, Gracelynn Hansen, Levi Hornes; grade four, Faith Carey, Aiden Phair, Alexandria Taylor; grade five, Brody Arsenault, Karlee Collins, Eva Morgan, Peter Sakash.

Scholarships offered

Since the inception of Simon Youth Foundation (SYF) in 1998, shoppers at Simon Malls, Mills, and Premium Outlets have been among SYF’s most ardent supporters, contributing millions of dollars to support SYF’s mission to help students graduate. As a thank you to these loyal supporters, SYF is proud to once again help a deserving graduating senior living near a Simon Mall or Simon Premium Outlet center in New England pursue a college education.

Simon Youth Community Scholarships are awarded in every community across the country that is home to a Simon Mall, Mills, or Premium Outlets center. Students may apply until Feb. 19 at

Scholarship recipients are eligible for a one-time $1,500 scholarship, which may be applied to tuition at an accredited college, university, vocational or technical school. Students who will be graduating high school in 2020 and live in the community surrounding a Simon Mall or Simon Premium Outlet center in New England are eligible.

The scholarship program is part of a larger initiative called Simon Supports Education, which includes several opportunities designed to engage mall patrons in support of SYF’s mission. Consumers can support SYF in a variety of ways while shopping at Simon malls including purchasing an SYF Visa Simon Giftcard. One dollar from the sale of each gift card directly funds the Foundation’s scholarship and graduation programs. In addition, shoppers can opt to donate a Simon Giftcard balance to SYF. The scholarships awarded at the ceremony are funded largely by Simon Property Group employee and shopper donations.



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