Class leaders named

CROWN POINT - Crown Point Central School has announce the academic leaders of the class of 2010.

The valedictorian is Noel Vezzi, daughter of Ron and Lori Vezzi of Crown Point.

The salutatorian is Erika Wolf, daughter of Robert and Patti Wolf of Crown Point.

Vezzi has an overall average of 97.14. While in high school, she has been involved in a wide variety of activities and organizations. A member of the National Honor Society since 10th grade, she has served as its president this year. In addition, she is a member of Students Against Destructive Decisions, drama, FCCLA, journalism, and Academic and Quiz Bowl. She has participated in varsity soccer, softball and cheerleading and is editor of the yearbook.

Vezzi has been awarded a New York State Regents Achievement Scholarship and the Bausch and Lomb Award for excellence in science. In recognition of her leadership and academic achievement, she received a merit scholarship from the University of Rhode Island. She has earned 29 college credits while in high school.

Vezzi plans to attend the University of Rhode Island to study marine biology or veterinary medicine.

Wolf has an overall average of 92.31. She was elected to the National Honor Society in 10th grade and has been consistently on the honor roll each quarter.

During high school, she has been a member of yearbook, journalism and drama. Erika has been a scorekeeper for girls varsity soccer. Throughout high school, she has been a member of the music program. She was recognized as All County and NYSSMA for her violin playing.

Wolf has earned the Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award for Excellence in the Humanities and Social Sciences as well as a NYSCOBA scholarship and a merit scholarship from Castleton State College. Wolf has participated in the Skidmore College Writers' Institute and the Chamber Orchestra for the Lake Champlain Quadricentennial. During the last two years, she has earned 24 college credits.

In the fall, Wolf will attend Castleton State College to major in liberal arts.

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