LaFargeville Central School 2013 Class Leaders
The LaFargeville Central School would like to congratulate the Class of 2013 academic leadersValedictorian: Lauren Beeles and Salutatorian: Lauren Labiendo.
Lauren Beeles, daughter of Scott and Sally Beeles, has been named LaFargeville Central SchoolValedictorian for the Class of 2013 earning a cumulative overall average of 98.03. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Drama Club, Yearbook, Whiz Quiz, and Environmental ScienceClub. Lauren has also served in a leadership capacity as a student representative on the District WellnessCommittee and has held offices of Class Treasurer, Student Council Member, Oxfam Hunger Master of Ceremonies, and Daily Student Announcements Spokesperson. Ms. Beeles has been actively involvedin extra-curricular activities as well including: the Lyme Community Theater, Franciscan Mystery Players,
LA on Broadway Musical, LCS Drama productions “Bye Bye Birdie” and “Once Upon a Mattress”, s
occer,basketball, softball, Envirothon, and Horizons III (a Clarkson University summer college preparatoryprogram). Even though she has been extremely busy outside the classroom, Lauren has madeacademics her priority by taking upper level, honors, and college courses and will graduate havingalready successfully completed 29 college credits. Lauren has been accepted at Saint LawrenceUniversity, Elmira College, Syracuse University, and Nazareth College. She has decided to attendNazareth College in the fall and plans to pursue a double major in International Studies and ForeignLanguage with the desire to work for a non-government international agency.Lauren Labiendo, daughter of Patrick and Patti Labiendo, has been named Salutatorian for theLaFargeville Central School Class of 2013 earning a cumulative overall average of 96.26. She is amember of the National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Student Council, Peer Leadership, Whiz Quiz,Environmental Science Club, and Drama Club. She has utilized our distance learning classroom andEDGE program to earn 26 college credits from Jefferson Community College prior to graduation. Ms.Labiendo has also participated in chorus, Envirothon, basketball, and softball. In her athletic career, shehas been named a Frontier League All-Star multiple times and has played travel softball as a member of the Northern Nightmare for the past three years. During her career at LCS, she has held leadership rolesas Class President, Class Vice-President, Student Council Secretary, and Captain of various athleticsteams. Lauren has been accepted at Saint Lawrence University, Elmira College, SUNY Brockport, SUNYCortland, SUNY Oswego, and Jefferson Community College. Lauren plans to attend JeffersonCommunity College next year to pursue a double major in Physical Education and Sports Management.
After earning her Associate’s degree, she plans to
enroll in a
program at a 4-yearcollege to prepare herself for a career as a Physical Education Teacher.
The LaFargeville Central School and surrounding community are extremely proud of bothstudents and their accomplishments. Congratulations and good luck in your future endeavors!