Class of 2022 Top Ten!!

Class of 2022 Top Ten!!
Posted on 06/13/2022

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Fort Ann Central School is proud to announce our “Top Ten” Graduates for 2022
Kolby Spector, son of Stacy Spector and Jason Spector, has been named Valedictorian. Kolby is a member of National Honor Society, National Art Honors Society, Key Club, and Student Council. He is also co-treasurer of his class. He plans on working at the Lakefront Terrace Resort in Lake George as a Beach Attendant this summer. Kolby will be attending SUNY Adirondack, majoring in education in the fall. In 10 years, he hopes to be living a successful life in southern Utah as a math teacher.

Most Important thing learned in school - “To always have a positive attitude and strong work ethic.”
Number-One priority - “Live life to the fullest.”
Alexis Ward, daughter of Daniel and Allison Ward, has been named Salutatorian and is the Secretary of her class. Alexis has been a member of Drama Club, Chorus, National Honor Society, The Cardinal Connection, Academic Bowl, and Key Club. Alexis plans to work at the Lake George RV Park this summer. Alexis will be attending St. Lawrence University in the fall, majoring in Communications/Journalism. In 10 years, she hopes to be sharing her smile with others and living peacefully after college. 

Most Important thing learned in school – “Work ethic and a positive attitude.”
Number-One priority - “To always look on the bright side and be happy.”
Teagan Tharp
, son of Tara and Shane Cody and Thomas Tharp. Teagan has been involved in Big Brothers/Big Sisters, National Honor Society, Band, Chorus, and the Fort Ann Musical Theater throughout high school. He plans on spending time with family and friends this summer before he takes the next big step in his life. Teagan will be attending PACE University, majoring in film and cinema with a minor in voice acting. In 10 years, he hopes to be creating cool projects and meeting all different types of people.

Most Important thing learned in school – “Sometimes friends come from the least expected places.”
Number-One priority - “To be happy and satisfied in my life, and own a very cute dog and/or cat.
Shaye Meschino
, daughter of Michelle Twiss and Charles Meschino. Shaye has been the president of her class since 7th grade! She has also been active in Student Council, National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Key Club, Yearbook Club, and completed the Girl Scout Gold Award. She also played Varsity softball. She plans to work at S.J. Garcia’s Ice Cream Store in Lake George and working for the Town of Fort Ann on Hadlock Pond this summer. Shaye will be attending SUNY Adirondack in the fall. In 10 years, she hopes to be living in California and spending her free time on the beach! 

Most Important thing learned in school – “Good work ethic.”
Number-One priority - “To be happy wherever life takes me.”

Kaitlyn Fuller, daughter of Kerry Phillips and John Fuller. This summer she will be working at a hotel in Lake George and spending time with friends. In the fall, Kaitlyn plans to continue to  work and save money.  In 10 years, she hopes to be content and settled down. 

Most Important thing learned in school – “To think before proceeding.”
Number-One priority - “To be happy and make the most of my life.”

Alexis Taylor, daughter of Eric Taylor and Crystal Taylor. Alexis has had success in Skills USA Regional and States. She is also a member of National Honor Society. Her summer plans involve working at Moose Hillock Camping Resort. Alexis plans to find a non-seasonal job this fall. In 10 years, Alexis hopes to be married, own her own house, have a family, and just overall be happy in life. 

Most Important thing learned in school – “Depending on the major, college is not always the best option.”
Number-One priority - “Self-Improvement and Truth over Harmony.” 

Trinity Graves, daughter of Pamela and William Graves. Trinity is co-treasurer of her class and has been actively involved in theater, band, and chorus throughout high school. This summer she plans to get a job and hang out with friends. Trinity will be attending SUNY Adirondack in the fall, and plans to major in creative writing. In 10 years, she hopes to have a successful job and making good money. 

Most Important thing learned in school – “It’s fine to ask for help, even if you don’t really want to, or feel too anxious to do it.”
Number-One priority - “My health: mental and physical.”
Bradley Wright
, son of Lisa and John Wright. Bradley has been involved in National Honor Society, National Tech Honor Society, and Future Farmers of America (FFA).This summer, he will be completing an internship with a John Deere Technician. Bradley will be attending SUNY Cobleskill in the fall, majoring in Agriculture Equipment Tech: Power Machinery. In 10 years, he hopes to have a nice home with a lot of land, and have become a successful mechanic.
Most Important thing learned in school - “Life skills, such as time management, teamwork, leadership, and organization.
Number-One priority - “To develop a life that I don’t need a vacation from.”
Jack Dornan, son of Michael and Robin Dornan. Jack has participated in Varsity baseball and basketball throughout high school. This summer, he will continue to find a good HVAC company to work for in the fall and catch trophy sized fish all around the Adirondacks. Jack plans to work this fall and plans to take the lineman course at the Northeast Line Institute in Saugerties. In 10 years, he plans to be working full time as a lineman and still finding a way to fish almost everyday! 

Most Important thing learned in school – “How to be cooperative with a variety of people and work with them.”
Number-One priority - “Right now -to enjoy my last summer, fine tune my HVAC knowledge and get ready for work in the fall.”
Paige Hansen, daughter of Amanda and Charles Hansen, is Vice President of the class. Paige has completed a lot of volunteer work: Suicide Prevention Walk through SUNY Adirondack, community clean up for Queensbury, and participated in Secret Santa for nursing home residents who don’t have a family. This summer, she plans on working at Dunkin Donuts and taking a road trip to Tennessee, South Carolina, and flying to California! Paige plans to attend SUNY Adirondack in the fall to continue her Media Arts major, which she will earn next May. In 10 years, she hopes to be a successful graphic designer, settled down with a home and a family. She also hopes to have traveled the world and enjoy life to the fullest. 

Most Important thing learned in school – “Time Management”
Number-One priority - “Keep myself successful, be happy, have a good time, laugh, and live life to the fullest.”

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