Congratulations to...The EAHS Boys Bombers swimmers, who won their 42nd division championship on February 19 at Clarence High School. Led by captains Ean Tierney and Mike DeSantis, the team had a perfect 12-0 record this year. Full story...East Aurora students selected for Erie County Music Educators Association All County performing ensembles, Full story...Two teams from the East Aurora Middle School Science Club that participated in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Science Bowl on March 5. Full story...Eighth grader Rosanne Carbone! She joined nineteen students from nine counties to compete in the 84th annual Buffalo News Spelling Bee on March 6 in the auditorium of the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society, finishing tenth.Fifth grade Spelling Bee winners: 1st place - Matthew Lucyshyn, who was awarded a new Webster's dictionary, 2nd place - Emily Lewandowski and 3rd place - Matthew Morgan.Recent EAHS Scholar Athletes: full story...Seven EAHS students who were certificate winners out of the group of German II and III students who elected to take the National German Exam. Katarina Bojanowski won a gold certificate on the Level 3 exam (top 90% of all the students taking the test) and qualifies to win a trip to Germany. Mark Mandych won a silver place on the Level 3 exam. In German Level 2, Arielle Hyman, Lydia Kegler and Rose Reimers won Bronze certificates and Maddy Punnett and Nancy Sweeney won Certificates of Achievement. This is the first time that students from East Aurora have taken the voluntary exam and are among the best German students nationwide.American Math Competition winners Sam Zagrobelny, EAHS Class of 2012 (11/12 division) and Katherine Mentecki, EAHS Class of 2013 (9/10 division). Fifty-nine students participated in the American Math Competition on February 8. Sam and Katherine will be awarded medals at the Honors ceremony in June.
School Resource Officer Joseph Ferrara and Middle School physical education teacher Christopher Koselny were honored February 25th Annual Hero Awards Dinner at the Country Club of Buffalo on February 25.
The men played crucial roles in saving the life of a student with an undiagnosed medical ccondition, as did paramedic Michael Leuer of Rural Metro.
The student recovered and was present with his family for a special recognition ceremony at the December 2010 Board of Education meeting.