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James Caldwell High School Recognizes Shop Rite Stars

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From left: David Burton, Sean Clarkin, Peter Schultz, Ray Iodice and Joseph Salter, and front row Nicole Marta, Natalie Tietjen, Eileen McCormick, Lora Krasteva and Georgia Mergner Credits: Christine Corliss
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WEST CALDWELL, NJ - Students at James Caldwell High School were recognized by principal Dr. Kevin Barnes in the areas of academics, arts, athletics, leadership and community service. The first recipients of the ShopRite Stars program for the first and second quarters of the 2013-2014 school year, senior students are nominated every marking period in each of the areas. The students are then notified and their photo is displayed in the high school and in the West Caldwell ShopRite.

The program, initiated locally by Ned Gradstein, the owner of ShopRite in West Caldwell, was established in 1999 to recognize the accomplishments of local high school students.

ShopRite Stars for the First and Second Quarters
For the first and second marking periods, the ShopRite Stars are
  • Academics
    • Joseph Salter 
    • Sean Clarkin
       
  • Arts
    • Lora Krasteva
    • Nicole Marta
       
  • Athletics
    • Georgia Mergner
    • Ray Iodice
       
  • Leadership
    • Peter Shultz
    • David Burton
       
  • Service to the Community
    • Natalie Tietjen
    • Eileen McCormick  

Further Information
James Caldwell High School
265 Westville Avenue
West Caldwell, NJ
973-228-6981 
Website

 

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