St. Charles Borromeo students selected for Duke University talent search
The program provides fourth, fifth and sixth grade students and their families resources and encouragement to enhance their educational opportunities.
The students selected are 4th Graders: Nicholas Brocato, Kylie Casadaban, Robert Colomb, Jacob Drumm, Emily Giammolva, Cameron Heitler, Jeremy Howat, Abby Hudson, Luke Lemmon, David Millet, Connor Myers, Willie Verret and Erin Whittington; 5th Graders: Annamarie Allen, Tyler Boyne, Collin Cedotal, Rachel Duffy, Sarah Duhe, Ayme Melancon, Caroline Payne, Sydney Pfister, Katherine Poirier, Stephanie Ruiz, LiAnn Schnexayder, Dylan Sellars, Michelle Smith, Grace Snakenberg, and Isabella Trew; 6th Graders: Sarah Boquet, Margaret Bordelon, Katherine Cannon, Lindsey Crouchet, Nicholas Gendron, Natalie Gilmore, Nicole Gilmore, Ethan Headings, Noelle Kelley, Nicholas Lacour, Emma Lassalle, Rachael Melancon, Avery Schnexaydre, Maria Schnexaydre, Seth Smith, Molly Snakenberg, Casey St. Pierre, Emma Vitrano and Bryce Whittington.
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