150 East Ramapo Students Receive Black Achievement Awards
In a ceremonies held February 6-7, 2019, 150 East Ramapo students in 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th grades were honored during the Rockland Community College (RCC) Black Achievement Awards.
The RCC Black Achievement Awards seek to recognize and reinforce the academic and personal accomplishments of Rockland County students from the Black/African Diaspora. The selected students receive a Certificate of Recognition. The Award is given based upon the following criteria:
Elementary/Middle School – 6th and 8th grades
Academic Achievement: An academic average of 90% or greater, plus outstanding participation and accomplishment in at least two of the categories listed below:
High School – 10th and 12th grades
Academic Achievement: Eligibility for the National Honor Society, an academic average of 90% or greater, plus outstanding participation and accomplishments in at least two of the categories listed below:
- Community Service - Student has shown his or her ability to serve and provide guidance and direction for others.
- Artistic Expression - Student has shown talent in performing or visual arts.
- Athletic Ability & Accomplishment - Student has shown athletic skills and sportsmanship.
- Leadership Activity - Student has demonstrated leadership and provided guidance and direction for others.
- Personal Triumph & Success - Student has demonstrated the ability to overcome and flourish despite individual obstacles and limitations.
Congratulations to the following students:
Eldorado Elementary School (6th Grade)
Elmwood Elementary School (6th Grade)
Hempstead Elementary School (6th Grade)
Jefferson Jean Pierre
Kakiat STEAM Academy (6th Grade)
Lime Kiln Elementary School (6th Grade)
Ayanna Alish Lozier
Kakiat STEAM Academy (8th Grade)
Chestnut Ridge Middle School (8th Grade)
Pomona Middle School (8th Grade)
Ramapo High School (10th Grade)
Ramapo High School (12th Grade)
Perge L'Heyssa Juslin
Spring Valley High School (10th Grade)
Spring Valley High School (12th Grade)
Paloma St. Clair
Norma St. Victor