Basketball Skills and Drills
Mystic Valley will be hosting a Skills and Drills Basketball Clinic for students entering grades 5,6,7&8. The program will run from Sunday July 20th to Sunday August 24th. The boys program will run from 9:00-12:00. The girls program will run from 12:00 to 3:30. The program will be held at 576 Eastern Avenue. The cost is $120.00.
Program instructors will be Jane Brunelli, coach of Mystic Valley's lower school girls' basketball team and Ryan Walsh, Mystic Valley's jv basketball coach.
The program will be an excellent opportunity for players interested in improving their basketball skills.
If you are interested in joining please contact Jane Brunelli at email@example.com
Coach Brunelli announced that "skills and drills the first Sunday was a great success. The boys had a good turn out with more expected to join us in the next 5 weeks. You can come to all the clinics or just pick a couple. The girls group was also very well attended with more hopefully to come. Both groups did some running passing drills defensive drills shooting drills and played some scrimmages. I hope to see some more eager children the next few Sundays."
Alyssa Toppi Wins Art Competition
Mystic Valley’s Alyssa Toppi recently won third prize in the MEFA's Tenth Annual College Savings Art Competition, "What Do I Want To Be When I Graduate From College?" She drew a picture of herself as a Meteorologist. The competition was open to all students in the state of Massachusetts. Alyssa was entered in the Grade 4-5 division. She will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
The award ceremony was held on the Grand Staircase landing located inside the Massachusetts State House. Ayssa lives in Wakefield with her sister Cheyanne and her parents Anthony & Michelle.
2013-2014 a Great Year at Mystic Valley
In school year 2013-2014, Mystic Valley, once again, had tremendous success. Seventy-nine students graduated this year, with many new milestones. Congratulations and best of luck to the Class of 2014!
Significant achievements during 2013-2014 included the following items:
95% of the members of the Class of 2014 are going to a 4 year college. 5% are going to a 2 year college. 100% are going to college in the fall.
41 of the 79 members of the Mystic Valley Class of 2014 won the prestigious John and Abigail Adams Scholarship given by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Four Mystic Valley Charter School seniors were named Commended Students in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program.
One graduating senior received a Posse Scholarship to Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania and one senior is going to Harvard.
4 high school students served as delegates in the YWCA’s National Youth in Government program in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
The high school Drama Club opened the Emerson Auditorium with plays in both the spring and fall. The lower school drama club also performed two plays and the school band had a very well received concert in the spring.
17 new members were inducted to the National Honor Society.
A team of high school students qualified to appear on the TV show High School Quiz Show.
A team of Mystic Valley 10th graders placed 2nd in the Massachusetts History Day state competition. Their performance, “The 9th Commandment: Rights and Responsibilities of the Salem Witch Trials” was written, directed, and performed by the students. By placing 2nd, they qualified for the national competition which took place in Washington D.C.
Mystic Valley junior and Melrose resident, Mairin King, has earned national recognition as a Silver Medalist in the 2014 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards earning herself a trip to world-famous Carnegie Hall for the awards ceremony.
The volleyball team, the lacrosse team and the girls’ cross country and varsity basketball teams all won the Commonwealth Athletic Conference title.
Mystic Valley rowers finished 6th in the country in the Boys Varsity Double at the National School’s Championship Regatta in Saratoga Springs NY. The Boys Varsity 2x and the Boys Novice 4+ won the State Championship in their races this spring.
The 5th & 6th grade girls’ basketball “threepeated” as the North Shore Travel League Champs.
The girls’ varsity basketball team made it to the MIAA Sectional Semi-finals.
Mystic Valley sophomore, Christian Kinnon, won the MIAA State Championship in the 100 yard backstroke.
The Mystic Valley Swim team won CAC again. Once again going undefeated, they have not lost a league meet in over 6 years!
The Lacrosse team won their first MIAA tournament game in school history.
Literally dozens of Mystic Valley athletes were named CAC all stars.
U.S. News & World Report magazine ranked Mystic Valley as the 173rd best public school in the country. Among Massachusetts public high schools, Mystic Valley was ranked the 6th best overall. This is the third straight year that Mystic Valley was ranked in the top two hundred schools in the country (out of over 18,000!) and in the top ten in Massachusetts (out of over 300!).
During the winter Mystic Valley purchased the Maplewood Baptist Church which is located diagonally across the street from the annex building.
At the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year the former Maplewood Fire Station was brought online.
Alexis Martino Named 2014 Leader of the Year
Mystic Valley graduating senior and Malden native, Alexis Martino, was named Student Action Service Club Leader of the Year.
The award was presented by Mystic Valley’s Director of Youth Services, Nicole Rubin. Ms. Rubin had high praise for Alexis saying that: “Although many leaders were willing to contribute more time than was required as well as do additional tasks beyond their assigned group, Alexis’ exceptional performance with the students for the past four years was recognized not only by me but by many of our faculty as well. I remember back when she was in the 9th grade and missed the SASC training. She had her parents email me and ask if I could make an exception as she really wanted to be part of the SASC. Not really knowing her, I had her come, and she “wowed” me, she was a natural at working with children, I asked her if she would be interested in being the class rep because at the time we did not have one for the 9th grade. She said “yes” and from that year on she continued to grow and show her dedication to the SASC. She is great at multitasking, supervising both the students and the leaders, she could do just about anything. And if she wasn’t sure she asked someone else, to make sure it got done.”
There will be no classes at Mystic Valley from June 27th to August 20th. We hope that everyone enjoys their summer vacation. Mystic Valley's administrative offices will be closed during the week of June 30th re-opening on July 7th.
Mystic Valley Students Perform in Concert
The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School musical performing arts groups recently held their end-of-year concert entitled Them and Variation: An Evening of Familiar and Unique Tunes.
The concert was kicked off with the singing of the Star-Spangled Banner by the Mystic Valley Choir under the direction of Mr. Daniel Thompson. Their repertoire for the concert included a variety of folk songs from across the globe including well known songs like Loch Lomond and Swing Low Sweet Chariot featuring a solo performance by Jaime Cochran. The other members of the choir are: Tia Anthony, Jennifer Chung, Jaime Cochran, Rylee Cronin, Sarah DeGennaro, Eudora Deirs, Danni Hughes, Jack Hurier, Alexandra Lloyd, Eaven McKinnon, Natalie Palma, Bethany Sullivan and Deborah Yennah.
The choir was followed by the string program under the direction of Mr. Nicholas Quinn. Beginner strings which included a newly revitalized cello section of Hanhminh Nguyen and Kris Vu played a compilation of fiddle tunes which included Camptown Races, an Allegro by Suzuki, and Amazing Grace. Beginner violin players are: Sidra Alani, Angus Chen, Austin Chen, Bethany Sullivan, Rebecca Verrill and
Advanced violin players Visakha Le-Nguyen and Joanna Zhou continued the performance with more fiddle tunes as well as some more well-known pieces such as Ice and Fire from Game of Thrones, and an energetic performance of Devil Went Down to Georgia featuring Joanna Zhou and all three musical directors.
The next performance was by the Mystic Valley band program under the direction of Mr. Christopher Doyon. The beginners performed three selections including Haydn Seek Surprise, a tribute to Franz Joseph Haydn, Hidden World, and Along Came a Spider. Beginners include:
Flutes: Tahcyana Alexandre, Emily Chagnon, Alina Hudson, Julia Nguyen and Molly Siener
Percussion: Isaiah Philip Alto Saxophone: Gabriel Brissette, Mateus Dias and Mairead St. Clair
Trumpets: John Bibilos, Vincent Ferullo, Myles Goodreau and Ethan Zhao Clarinets: Ryan Arneil, Katelyn Brandano, Christie Mondesir, Evelyn Natale, Ryan O’Connor and Son Tran.
The intermediate and advanced bands played together. These groups played three songs including Dawn Dance, Daydreams, and the highly energetic Dominion. The members of the intermediate and advanced bands are: Flutes: Shannon Brady, Amanda Caballero, Rosanna Caralis, Jennifer Cheung, Maya Inzerillo, Jessica Li, Jazlyn Mejia, HaiDinh Phan and Michelle Pho Percussion: Bryant Nguyen Trumpets:
Phyllis Brady, Anthony Campana and Jonathan McNeil Trombone: Owen Spero, Elise Borenstein and Aidan Casey Alto Saxophones: Jacqueline Brandano, Genevieve Casucci, Vivian Nguyen and Ethan Pho
Clarinets: Stacey Fabo, Raymond Pho, Arujun Surenthra and Ashley Verrill.
The program was concluded with the high school band. This group played more familiar music including highlights from Harry Potter, Carry On Wayward Son, the theme to James Bond, The Final Countdown, and the popular theme from Batman by Danny Elfman. High school band members are: Clarinets: Amy Nguyen, Ashleigh Inman and Ryan Kinnon Bass Clarinet: Benjamin Lieu Flutes: Isabella Addison and Tyler Cronin, Visakha Le-Nguyen, Jessica Lieu and Amy Nickerson Trumpets: Rico St Paul and Alexandra DeHeer Trombone: Melinda Taylor Baritone Horn: Nicholas Saponaro.
The band graduates two seniors, Ben Lieu and Nicholas Saponaro. The program was moderated by band officers Ben Lieu (President), Amy Nickerson (Vice-President), and Visakha Le-Nguyen (Librarian). The program was run by Mr. Christopher Doyon, Mystic Valley Music Instructor and Band Director who did a wonderful job putting the performance together.
Mystic Valley Class of 2014 Graduates
Seventy-nine students graduated from the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School on Friday, June 13th. The Commencement Ceremony was held at the school’s facility on Eastern Avenue. Ninety-five percent of the graduates will be enrolling in a four year college in the fall. More than half of the graduates were awarded the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship which entitles them to attend any state college or university tuition free.
The program began with the Pledge of Allegiance which was followed by the National Anthem which was sung by the Class of 2014’s own Natalie Arbouet and Breann Powell then Mystic Valley’s Assistant Director for Grades 9-12, Alex Dan, spoke briefly to the graduates before introducing Salutatorian, Emily Mui and Valedictorian, Congtin (Justin) Nguyen. Dr. David Whalen, Provost of Hillsdale College in Michigan delivered the Commencement Address.
After the Commencement Address, awards were presented to students who excelled in various academic subjects. For each subject there was an award for best scholastic average and an award for best effort. The winners were: Art: Isabel Waller and Anthony Bockley, English: Isabel Waller and Nicolette Cerundolo; Science: Congtin Nguyen and Joseph Swain; Latin: Raphael Stigliano and Amanda Valenti; Spanish: Tania Fabo and Kyle Pereira; History: Jessica Lee and Elise Sheehan; Math: Congtin Nguyen and Kelsey Cossette and the Outstanding Effort Award was won by Nicolette Cerundolo. The graduates were then awarded their diplomas. As they left the stage each graduate was given a copy of the United States Constitution and George Washington’s Rules of Civility and Decent Behaviour.
Following the awarding of the diplomas, Mystic Valley’s Executive Director, Martin Trice delivered the Director’s Charge and congratulated the graduates on their accomplishment. Mystic Valley’s band played during the ceremony to the pleasure of those in attendance.
The members of the Mystic Valley Class of 2014 are: Jonathan Ace Knight, Brittany Afonso, Maaya Alagappan, Saja Alani, Natalie Arbouet, Dylan Barrett, Kenjii Barthelemy, Therence Bien-Aime, Anthony Bockley, Katherine Brown, Dasmin Brutus, Soraya Caballero, Sydney Carlino, Nicolette Cerundolo, David Chiccuarelli, Alexandria Cimetti, Kerby Clerger, Kelsey Cossette, Alicia Cunningham, Joseph Dailey, Jenna Dion, Katarina DiPlacido, Tania Fabo, Domeniko Fabrizio, Ryan Foley, Rodney Fontile, Uryline Grandoit, Megan Grossi, Jonessa Guarino, Tianna Hairston, Samantha Halloran, Shirley He, Connor Higgins, Michael Hooley, Brandon Kelso, Hui Yan Jenevieve Kuang, Connie Lam, Raymond Leung, Brian Liang, Benjamin Lieu, Alexis Martino, Youssef Masoud, Hannah McCurdy, Mark Miller, Savahna Moreno, Emily Mui, Virginia Ng, Congtin Nguyen, Jack Nguyen, Marina Novaes, Feliciana Panza, Kyle Pereira, Joshua Peterson, Karina Porzio, Breann Powell, Jonathan Powers, Allison Proto, Amanda Quintanilla, Katherine Rennie, Justin Rizzo, Adam Saisad, Nicholas Saponaro, Elise Sheehan, Selma Sinanovic, Sophia Smail, Raphael Stigliano, Joseph Swain, Mohammed Taaha, Martisha Timothee, Nicole Umana, Margaret Valdez, Amanda Valenti, Ashley Valme, Alexia Villalobos, Isabel Waller, Emily Williams and Dalia Zeabi.
Mystic Valley Rowers Finish 6th in US
Crowning a year that has seen Mystic Valley rise to the very top of Massachusetts & New England rowing, the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Varsity Double raced at the National School's Championship Regatta held on the Fish Creek in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Facing the best scholastic teams from across the nation and the most rigorous competition of the year, Mystic Valley rowers Mario Hanna and Ben Horton racing as the Boys Varsity Double earned 6th place, overall- against more than 50 other top schools.
Mario Hanna & Ben Horton, has been dominant all year, earning gold medals & state titles throughout their regattas-- and the qualifying bid, then high placement at Nationals was just the feather in the cap of exceptional rowing. These two juniors are looking forward to a most impressive senior year.
Once again Mystic Valley is offering a summer program for Mystic Valley students entering grades 1-5. The summer program will start the week of July 7th and run until Friday August 8th. Mystic Valley's Jane Brunelli will run this popular program. The program charge is $200 per week. Each day the students will participate in a variety of activities both indoors and weather permitting outdoors. Program participants will also use the Mystic Valley pool under lifeguard supervision. To sign up complete these forms: Summer Sign Up; 2014 Summer Program; Medical Consent and Summer Program Parent Consent and return them to Stephanie Solio in the Business Office at 576 Eastern Avenue. For more information contact Jane Brunelli at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Ms Brunelli reports that: "the summer program has truly been a great time so far. The daily activities are non- stop. Kickball, basketball, wiffle ball, soccer, dance and swimming so many exciting times!!. There are still some spaces left for the last 2 weeks.
Fun-damental Basketball Camp
The Tenth Annual Fun-damental Basketball Camp for boys and girls entering grades 3-9 will run from July 21-25 (boys) and from July 28 - August 1 (girls). The camp will be held at the Immaculate Conception Parish Center 51 Summer Street, Everett from 9:00 10 1:00 each day. The price is $100.00 for more details click here.
Students of the Week Honored
Several students were recently honored as Student of the Week. The students were chosen because they each exhibited the virtue of Gentleness. The students had their names announced to the entire school and were treated to breakfast with Mr. Finn. Students from the Kindergarten classes were also honored as Student of the Week. One child was chosen for each week to have breakfast with Mr. Finn.
Front Row: Tabitha Manseau, Isabella He & Alexandria Manseau
Back Row: Isabella Keene, Amanda Caballero, Alexis Martin & Grace Sacco
Not in Photo: Savanna Moy
Kindergarten Students of the Week
Milana Banwait, Nicole Kelso & Julia Lanneville
Class of 2014 Senior Lunch
On Friday, May 30th the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Class of 2014 celebrated the annual Senior Lunch. The gym at 576 Eastern Avenue was filled with the seniors and their families as well as all of Mystic Valley’s faculty and staff.
After opening remarks by Mystic Valley Executive Director, Mr. Martin Trice and Assistant Director, Mr. Alex Dan, the seniors took over the speaking roles.
Senior Class President Jessica Lee delivered a thank you on behalf of the class to all of the parents in attendance. The presentation of the Class Gift was done by Senior Vice-President Joe Dailey. The Class Gift was a new trophy case that will be used to display honors won by Mystic Valley students and placed in the main hallway in the main High School building. The presentation of flowers to the students’ mothers was performed by Ben Lieu, the Key Club President.
Senior D.J. Fabrizio presented the “Rookie of the Year” Award to faculty member Allison Haas a new College Counselor at the high school. The Unsung Hero award was given to Maureen Lucey who works in the main office at the high school. She was given the award by Class Treasurer, Joe Swain. Ms. Lucey is thought to be the only person to receive the Unsung Hero Award twice.
Mystic Valley Assistant Director Alex Dan next presented scholarships from a number of local foundations and charitable organizations to students who were chosen by the faculty.
Mr. Dan then delivered the Service and Leadership awards to two of the Class of 2014’s most outstanding members. The Service award which is given to a senior who has dedicated themselves to the helping of others through service went to Anthony Bockley. The leadership award which is given to a senior who has demonstrated great leadership over the course of his years at Mystic Valley was presented to Raphael Stigliano. Mr. Dan praised the winners stating “Anthony and Raphael fully exemplify the characteristics of service and leadership, respectively. They are outstanding young men who have left an indelible mark on Mystic Valley.” They were both involved is a large number of activities while at Mystic Valley including, most recently, working together on the Drama Club’s performance of “Two Gentlemen from Verona”.
Mrs. Nicole Manseau Scholarship Committee Chairwoman of the Mystic Valley PTO presented the PTO Scholarships to Tania Fabo and Joseph Dailey. The awards were made in recognition of the student’s distinction and excellence in volunteerism and community service.
After the lunch the audience was treated to a slideshow that featured photos of the seniors during their years at Mystic Valley beginning with pictures from Kindergarten and moving on through the years to the present.
Mystic Valley Announces Third Quarter Honor Roll
The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School recently announced the names of students named to the Honor Roll and High Honor Roll for the third quarter. To be on the Honor Roll a student needs to finish the quarter with no grade lower than a B- , to be on the High Honor Roll a student needs to finish the quarter with no grade lower than an A-.
12th Grade High Honors
12th Grade Honor Roll
Brittany Afonso, Dylan Barrett, Anthony Bockley, Sydney Carlino, Alexandria Cimetti, Kelsey Cossette, Joseph Dailey, Jenna Dion, Tania Fabo, Megan Grossi, Jonessa Guarino, Samantha Halloran, Connor Higgins, Michael Hooley, Jessica Lee, Alexis Martino, Hannah McCurdy, Emily Mui, Virginia Ng, Congtin Nguyen, Marina Novaes, Feliciana Panza, Karina Porzio, Allison Proto, Amanda
Quintanilla, Justin Rizzo, Elise Sheehan, Sophia Smail, Raphael Stigliano, Joseph Swain, Nicole Umana, Ashley Valme and Isabel Waller.
11th Grade High Honors
Brian Lai, Brittany Lin, Patrick McPherson and Sarah Terrazano
11th Grade Honor Roll
Tarek Alkedeh, Ava Asai-Sarris, Trevor Bonaccorsi, Matthew Brown, Robert Cummings, Charif Elmoussaoui, Fayrouz Farhane, Joseph Finn, Timothy Flaherty, Erika Furtado, Nathan Gerard, Emily Kelly, Mairin King, Tony Le, Visakha Le-Nguyen, Thomas Lin, Vanessa LoChirco, Emily Luu, Cameron McKenna, Nina Mirzakashani, Kelci Monzione, Karla Morales, Adam Moran, Amy Nickerson, Katelyn Paz, Paulina Petras, Jessica Phinney, Samantha Rizzo, Shannon Roseen, Erica Sacramone, Camila Silva, Rico St. Paul, Chloe Statho, Jordan Tirrell, Hildy Wen and Wolfgang Wentzell.
10th Grade High Honors
Elizabeth Callahan, Bailey Chiccuarelli, Sarah Di, Sean Flanagan, Kimberly Huynh, Victoria Mail, Amy Nguyen, Timothy O'Donnell and Visnavy Vickneswaran
10th Grade Honor Roll
Gabriella Bucci, Sara Calautti, Helen Chan, Carmen Chen, Bryanna Cimetti, Rita Cook, Eliana Destin, Emmaline Dillon, Fabiola Falaise, Jamie Ferrari, Jordan Ferrari, Kerri Foley, Meghan Foley, Mary Gallagher, Felicia Garbarino, Karina Hanson, Cassy Jean-Francois, Ashley Jean-Pierre, Asha Kurian, Jessica Lieu, Brandon Loesch, Monica Lombardi, Colleen McGlynn, Aliza Merchant, Neissa Mondesir, Ngosu Ndiwane, Scott Nguyen, Gaetano Panza, Haley Pezzarossi, Louis Piper Carson, Kerriann Pontbriand, Taylor Sa, Bailey Saponaro, Makayla Selden, Jessica Soper, Vincent Tham, Nicole Tran, Louise Wilensky, Caroline Williams, Emmaline Willis and Aya Zeabi
9th Grade High Honors
Elena Bibilos, Kevin Chau, Veronica Drahos, Dante Goss, Gaelle Gourdet, Emily Nguyen and Nancy Nguyen
9th Grade Honor Roll
Isabella Addison, Vikram Alagappan, Kiara Awunti, Matthew Bessler, Jocelyn Brissette, Ashley Buggy, Demetris Christodoulides, Alex Ciampa, Talia Cutulle, Haley David, Alexandra de Heer, Sarah DeSantis, Sean Finn, Andrew Hogan, Matthew Hogan, Claire Inzerillo, Kassandra Julce, Reyhan Kaba, Ryan Kinnon, Joseph LoRusso, Janai Matthews, Amanda McKenzie, Sydney Mercurio, Jesse Orton, Julia Passanisi, Christopher Poulos, Julia Powers, Stephen Smail, Gabriella Ssewankambo, Julia Thistle, Kim-yen Vo and Kelsey Vu
8th Grade High Honors
Omar Alani, Youssef Asrih, Phyllis Brady, Courtney Cheng, Hannah DiGiovanni, Raniyah Fanchaouy, Taylor Gibson, Andrew Howard, Ethan Lam, Menel Lamadzema, Benjamin Li, Lauren Maher, Samantha McGlynn Jeffrey Mei, Karen Mortimer, Vivian Nguyen, Julian Ospina, Harun Sinanovic, Hannah Stewart, Ashley Sullivan and Andrew Tran
8th Grade Honor Roll
Thomas Callanan, Anthony Campana, Barry Chen, Connie Cheung Tama Coelin, Robert Cunningham, Nicola D'Alleva, Michael Daly, Emily Daponta, Sarah Elkouram, Maggie Finn, Philippe Guerrier, Jason He, Meredith Lane, Jacob Leary, Ian Libby, Brian Licata, Katya Morales-Villalobos, Alexander Morisset, Molli Motroni, Tina Nguyen, Lindsay Notarangeli, Hina Patel, Jolie Powell, Cristiana Rong, Frederick Russell, Emma Sacco, Lindsay Storace, Taylor Tenaglia, Jordan Towle-Jackson, Rebecca Webb and Alice Wiest
7th Grade High Honors
James Arneil, Christina Bibilos, Tsz Chan, Michela Correale, Jonah Crain, Joshua Cram, Michael DiFiore, Romish Khatri, Arya Kurian, Richard Madureira, Matthew Mail, Talia Mamayek, Seamus McAvoy, Savanna Moy, Amy Ngan, Ethan Nguyen, Steve Nguyen, Colby Orton, Faith Pan, Julie Pereira, Megan Ribaudo, Annika Schaad, Joshua Silva, Lily Spero, Allan St. Clair, Tyler Story, Baron Tran, Arune Vickneswaran, Thuy- Tam Vo, Kristopher Vu, Jake Williams, Zachary Zhao and Joanna Zhou
7th Grade Honor Roll
Veisha Bordenave, Anjilique Brady, John Carlino, Kevin Chen,Brittany Cockell, Kelsey Cook, Mya Cook, Lucas Dascoli, Maria DeSimone, Grace Dias, Miriam Dorcelus, Cole Feely, Lauren Fennelly, Stephen Flanagan, Tara Foley, Kayla Fraser, Tyler Gilson, Eric He, Chiara Kinnon, Jennifer Lam, Aaron Li, Loren Madureira, Alexander Maher, Brianna Nogueira, Ameera Omar, Nzube Opara, Gianluca Panza, Raymond Pho, Guinevere Rhuda, Dominic Sacramone, Muneeb Sheikh, Benjamin Soto, Luwam Tewelde and MacKenzie Wentzell
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