Foundation Honors High School Students

Leah Feniger- BOCES Credits: Dan Gallo
The North Salem Madrigal Singers under the direction of Doug Coates performs “The Road Not Taken” during the opening ceremony. Credits: Dan Gallo
Julia Colletes wins an award for her work in the visual arts. Credits: Dan Gallo
Stephanie Blackwood Credits: Dan Gallo
Aiden Gerard-vocal music Credits: Dan Gallo
Mason Goodman-mathematics Credits: Dan Gallo
Michael Selzer won the award for science. Credits: Dan Gallo
Back Row: Michael Selzer, Aiden Gerard, Stephanie Blackwood, Matthew Brown, Richard O’Leary, Brian Lange and Mason Goodman Front Row: Sarah Rossi, Shauna Hendrie, Julia Colletes and Leah Feniger Credits: Dan Gallo
Matthew Brown is honored for his achievements in instrumental music. Credits: Dan Gallo
Ron Hendrie and daughter Shauna Hendrie, who was honored for technology. Credits: Dan Gallo
Richard O’Leary, Dr. George A. Bovino Award Credits: Dan Gallo
Brian Lange, social studies Credits: Dan Gallo
Sarah Rossi, English Credits: Dan Gallo

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.— The North Salem Foundation For Learning held its 21st annual “Celebration of Scholars” on Thursday, May 11, at the Middle/High School.  Eleven students were honored for 2017.

The Foundation’s mission is to provide financial support to students and faculty who proposed innovative projects. Since its inception in 1996, it has awarded more than $130,000 in grants and scholarships.

Music was provided for the night by the North Salem Madrigal Singers under the direction of Doug Coates.

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The 2017 Foundation For Learning Scholars were:

Julia Colletes - visual arts

Stephanie Blackwood - world language

Aiden Gerard - vocal music

Leah Feniger - BOCES

Mason Goodman - mathematics

Michael Selzer - science

Matthew Brown - instrumental music

Richard O’Leary - the Dr. George A. Bovino Award

Shauna Hendrie - technology

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