Romulus Central School District has announced this years valedictorian and salutatorian.
Madison Cirencione, daughter of David and Suzanne Cirencione of Geneva, is valedictorian.
Cirencione has taken 38 Gemini credits, which are college level courses available to students in high school. She has received a number of awards including the University of Rochester Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award, the Alfred University Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering Award, the RIT/Computing Medal and Scholarship Award, the Elmira College Key Award and the Hobart and William Smith Finger Lakes Scholar award. She is involved in yearbook and student council as well as the National Honor Society. She has participated in softball, basketball, track and field, and soccer as well as volunteering with the Ontario County Stop DWI organization. She currently works at the Ovid Big M. Her plans are to attend Le Moyne College in the fall and major in nursing.
Mya McCathran, daughter of Justine and Mary Mollenkopf of Romulus, was announced to be the salutatorian.
McCathran has completed 35 Gemini credits and her academic honors include the University of Rochester Susan B. Anthony Award, Le Moyne College Heights Award, Hobart and William Smith Finger Lakes Scholar Award, and the Student Sage College Award. She is involved in the Romulus High School Chorus, plays the ukulele, is vice president of her class. She has participated in track and field and soccer. She has volunteered with her church to help with the Awana ministry and sings in her church choir. Her plan is to attend Finger Lakes Community College in the fall for health sciences.
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