Local Students Honored

by Press Release-CCC | Jan 29, 2006
Local Students Honored Thirty-seven students were inducted into Camden County College’s chapter of Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society during 2005.

KDP recognizes the scholarship of students who are pursuing education as an occupation and helps professional educators develop resources to grow throughout their careers. CCC’s Alpha Alpha Psi chapter was the first chapter of KDP to be established at a community college.

The college conducts KDP induction ceremonies each fall and spring. In addition to inducting students during those events, the chapter recognizes practicing educators. So honored in 2005 were Donald Borden of Audubon (Audubon High School principal and CCC adjunct instructor), Cynthia Guarracino of Sicklerville (John H. Glenn Elementary School principal) and Sebastian “Ben” Vasta of Gibbsboro (CCC education professor and distance learning coordinator).

By county, the student inductees for 2005 were:

Atlantic County: Melissa Avery, Elm; Matthew Rambo, Hammonton.

Burlington County: Robin Eble, Hainesport; Christie Henning, Marlton; Jennifer Weiner, Marlton; Caitlyn Yorgey, Medford.

Camden County: Jennifer Anderson, Glendora; Joanne Bark, Blackwood; Meghan Briggs, Barrington; Lauren Buscemi, West Berlin; Debra Costello, Runnemede; Jennifer Davis, Berlin; Nicole Dawson, Blackwood; Erin Finnegan, Merchantville; Pamela Grant, Merchantville; Chris Hauer, Laurel Springs; Meghan Hee, Somerdale; Tanya Kidd, Bellmawr; Penny Kowalski, Erial; Ann Lessig, Gloucester; Christopher McBride, Voorhees; Susan Overs-Dehart, Cherry Hill; James Pagliarini, Blackwood; Melissa Palmer, Clementon; Joanna Perkowska, Collingswood; Daniel Perloff, Cherry Hill; Stephanie Pilling, Atco; Allison Schanne, Blackwood; Nicole Sharman, Blackwood; Tara Trongone, Barrington; Michelle Trunk, Blackwood; Lauren Yakabosky, Berlin.

Gloucester County: Bernadette Bogacki, Turnersville; Bill Kengeter, Sewell; Tammy Trush, Westville; Darleen Yacovone, Sewell.

Salem County: Debra Johnson, Monroeville.

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