Numerous local students have been recognized for their academic excellence at some of America's top colleges and universities. These achievements are as follows: Victoria Barone of Warwick has been named to the Dean's List for the 2004 fall semester at SUNY Geneseo. She is studying Childhood and Special Education, and plans to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. Kimberley Kolesar, from Warwick as well, has also received this honor at the same university, and is studying Childhood Education, planning to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. To be named to Geneseo's Dean's List, students had to maintain a 3.4 grade-point average. Kerri Wright of Warwick, daughter of John and Bobbie Wright, was named to the Dean's List at the SUNY College at Cortland for the Spring 2005 semester. She graduated from Warwick High School in 2002 and is majoring in Special Education. In addition to being named to the Dean's List, she also earned a place on the President's List for achieving a grade-point average of 4.10. At Fairfield University, Sarah Simmons-Payne, daughter of John and Linda Payne, has been named to the Dean's List, achieved by upholding a grade-point average of at least 3.5. Sarah is from Warwick, where she graduated from Warwick Valley High School. She is majoring in Marketing and is also involved as a peer mentor and a student ambassador. Rebecca Brown of Warwick has been named to the Dean's List for the Spring 2005 semester at SUNY Plattsburgh. Rebecca had to maintain a minimum of a 3.5 grade-point average to achieve this honor. Quinnipiac University has named Melanie Kubik to its Dean's List for the Spring 2005 semester. Melanie, a Chester resident, had to sustain a grade-point average of at least 3.0 to obtain this recognition. Jacqueline Herrmann of Warwick and Courtney Goess of Chester have been named to the Dean's List at the College of Saint Rose for the Spring 2005 semester. To be so honored, they both needed to maintain a grade-point average of at least 3.5. Dayna Resch of Florida has received a Departmental Scholar Award in the Department of Psychology at SUNY at Potsdam. Also, several students have been awarded academic scholarships for their respective forthcoming college careers: Paul Romanczyk of Warwick, son of Judy and Vince Romanczyk, will be attending Rochester Institute of Technology in the fall of 2005. Paul is a recipient of an RIT Presidential Scholarship and a Chester F. Carlson Scholarship, and will major in Imaging Science in RIT's College of Science. Paul graduated from Warwick Valley High School in June 2005. William J. Nolan of Pine Island has received a $5,000 Deans' Award from SUNY Oswego. This award recognizes William's academic achievement and potential for success at SUNY Oswego.