SPRINGFIELD, NJ - At graduation, on June 8, 2018 and on the last day of school, June 18, 2018, Springfield’s Saint James the Apostle School students in Grades 4 through 8 were honored for their academic achievements of the third trimester and for the school year.
Grade 4 - Magdalene Battista, Isabella Laura, Colby Tavares
Grade 5 - Gavin Diaz, Jayson Gbologa, Emmanuelle Jules, Alexandra Morales, Aiden Ricketts
Grade 6 - Delilah Garrett, Jamie Jules, Brian Pareja, Ethan Pinho
Grade 7 - Andrea Falar, Elizabeth Lopez, Angelina Robledo, Georgiana Tillinghast
Grade 8 - Yvonne Agyapong, Natalyah Cadiche, Sophia Ilagan, Grace Roethlin, Steven Rotolo, Braeh Simon
Grade 4 - Kyla Burdin, Alexander Kieschke, Isabella Martins, Christopher Rotolo, Si’yana Shivers
Grade 5 - Damian Brown, Andrew Filipe, Julia LandichoLara Mendoza
Grade 6 - Dahlia Brown, Jon-Paul FarrisKumud NeupaneDaniel RuedaEthan StewartTierney Vesey
Grade 7 - Adam Cordeiro, Sierra Latonnel, Katherine Pascuite, Karla Perez –Palacios
Grade 8: Nicholas Battista, Kennedy Kwinta, Christopher Lopez, Benedict Martinez, Jonathan Malavé, Goda Pocius
In recognition of exemplary behavior and valuable services to Saint James the Apostle School, the following students received Citizenship Awards (Grade):
Vivienne Silva (1), Alexia Alvarez and Ryan Tavares (2), Madelyn Polinger (3), Colby Tavares (4), Lara Mendoza (5), Dahlia Brown (6), Sierra Latonnel and Angelina Robledo (7), Goda Pocius and Braeh Simon (8)
The following students received Distinguished Honors for earning A’s in all subject areas for all three trimesters:
Grade 4: Colby Tavares
Grade 5: Gavin Diaz, Jayson Gbologa, Emma Jules, Alexandra Morales, Aiden Ricketts
Grade 6: Delilah Garrett, Ethan Pinho
Grade 7: Georgiana Tillinghast
Grade 8: Yvonne Agyapong, Sophia Ilagan, Grace Roethlin, Steven Rotolo
Saint James the Apostle School provides its students a Roman Catholic faith-based education that acknowledges each child’s individual ability to achieve his or her potential academically, socially, and spiritually. The school offers academic excellence while teaching students to respect themselves and others and to make decisions based on moral values. Saint James the Apostle School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Other highlights of Saint James School include Pre-K3 –Grade 8 classes and before and after care programs. For more information about Saint James the Apostle School, please call 973-376-5194 or visit the school’s Web site at www.sjspringfield.org