APRIL 2018
Jennifer Crusco
Communications Assistant

World Language Students Accepted into Multiple Honor Societies

Demarest, NJ: The Société Honoraire de Français, Società Onoraria Italica, Societas Latina Honoris, and Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica recently acccepted numerous world language students from the Academy of the Holy Angels.
AHA Principal Jean Mullooly congratulated these scholars for their achievements, acknowledging the amount of time and practice required to learn a language. She urged the inductees to be active in their new groups, and reminded them to encourage younger students to follow in their footsteps.

Angels who have demonstrated excellence in their studies of the French language were invited to join Société Honoraire de Français. Each scholar received a certificate and pin from Dr. Samira Mady, French teacher and chair of the AHA World Language Department. Inductees included Sophie Anderson of Mahwah, Taliah Brisard of Englewood, Amelia Brunda of Paramus, Sophia Casali of Franklin Lakes, Clare Daughtrey of Leonia, Marissa Dellapi of Franklin Lakes, Claire Dodds of Cresskill, Kaitlyn Guintu of Englewood, Rebecca Hazell of Airmont (NY), Annabel Hazrati of Little Ferry, Eleanor Kasprzak of Ramsey, Paige Kupferschmid of Alpine, Audrey Lee of Demarest, Caroline McDonald of Ramsey, Morgan Morrissey of Saddle River, Konstantina Pavlatos of Cresskill, Kate Pellegrino of Leonia, Kayla Pringle of Suffern (NY), Leah Sanchez of Upper Saddle River, Julienne Trent of Hoboken, Isabella Westervelt of Westwood, and Olivia Yun of Closter.

Società Onoraria Italica inductees were welcomed by Italian teacher Laura Kraytem. New members of this group include Isabella Cardamone of Glen Rock, Samantha DeMartino of Nutley, Madison Donohue of Harrington Park, Julianna Esoldi of Englewood Cliffs, Gianna Maria Guido of North Bergen, Olivia Leonard of Hoboken, Sophia Luongo of Upper Saddle River, Joanna Scorese of Mahwah, and Ashley Toscano Vasquez of Fort Lee.

New members of the Societas Latina Honoris are Megan Czvekus of River Edge, Hannah Hyams of Kearny, Maggie Kaczmarczyk of Elmwood Park, Katarina Katzarov of Clifton, Grace Lafferty of Northvale, Erin Loftus of Pearl River (NY), Olivia Mandella of Montvale, Lauren Miszkiewicz of Waldwick, Julia Mohr of Maywood, and Soohyun Park of Tenafly. Each member was recognized by Latin teacher Lilah Katz.

The member of Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, headed by Spanish teacher Carmen Quiñones, now include Jillian Busetto of Pomona (NY), Christie Campomanes-Corrales of Englewood, Athena Cenname of Garnerville (NY), Alexia Cole of Montvale, Samantha Danylchuk of Mahwah, Stephanie Fasolas of Ridgefield, Alyssa Fiume of Saddle River, Grace Flynn of Oradell, Sarah Folk of Old Tappan, Holly Gibbard of Emerson, Aimee Hannoush of Wyckoff, Maria Hannoush of Wyckoff, Amanda Hawthorne of River Edge, Chaiyon Kim of Englewood Cliffs, Lauren Kim of Closter, Ernestine Klecz of River Edge, Rianna LeHane of Pearl River (NY), Gabriella Ligresti of Montebello (NY), Ana Victoria Lithgow of Englewood Cliffs, Sydney Loverich of Mahwah, Shirley Made of Englewood, Erin Maron of Oradell, Emily McKiernan of Harrington Park, Kate Montesdeoca of Paterson, Sofia Nedelkoff of Ramsey, Timea Papp of Hawthorne, Mary Petito of North Bergen, Emily Pintarelli of River Vale, Liliette Quintana of Midland Park, Victoria Robinson of Emerson, Jeziah Rodriguez of North Bergen, Samantha Romano of Old Tappan, Victoria Sanabria of West New York, Camila Scherrer of Englewood Cliffs, Maya Sharma of River Vale, Katelyn Spinks of Stony Point (NY), Emilie Thomas of Oradell, Kaylin Valqui of Paterson, Abigail Williams of Glen Rock, Eun Yong Yang of Cresskill, and Ruiqui Zhang of Ridgefield.

This year, the Jennifer Moran World Languages Excellence & Leadership Award was presented to Société Honoraire de Français Co-presidents Palak Hazrati of Little Ferry and Laura Pesanello of Mahwah, who was not present at the ceremony; Società Onoraria Italica President Milena Correa of Demarest; Societas Latina Honoris President Molly Doyle of Pearl River, New York; and Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica Co-presidents Geraldine Riveros of North Bergen and Aprile Bertomo of Bergenfield.

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