Celebrating Summer Accomplishments!

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Kudos to all McAuley students, staff and faculty members who celebrated noteworthy accomplishments over the summer!

Carolyn Liziewski ’14 was accepted to serve in the U.S. Congressional Page Program for the semester. Among her many duties, Liziewski will be working in the Senate chamber when Congress is in session, assisting senators in a number of ways.

Juniors Sierra Stalker, Sophie Warren, Skylar Cambridge, Megan Ellis and Mahalia Saenz attended The Telling Room’s Hive Writing Workshop in July.  The week-long seminar was taught by both local writers and nationally-known authors.


Joan Fasulo ’14 participated in a Center for Talented Youth program at the University of California/Berkeley.  The three-week summer institute, for gifted high school students, combined community service with hands-on field experience – leadership skills necessary to make a positive impact on society.

Sam Libby ’14, Taylor Whaley ’15 and Heather Chapman ’14, members of the Gray/New Gloucester Senior League Softball Team, won their third consecutive State Championship title.  In the end, they came within two games of advancing to the World Series.

Mia Fisher ’14, Keyley Martinez ’15, Rachael Dalton ’14 and Laura Rose ’14 attended the Maine Seeds of Peace Camp, a three-week conflict/resolution program designed to open the thresholds for understanding the cultural diversity that exists in our world.

English teacher, Rebecca Redlon, co-directed the Southern Maine Writing Project’s Invitational Summer Institute for educators.  Currently, she is co-directing a year-long embedded institute in technology and writing at Portland High School (also through SMWP).

Ericka Sanborn, Director of Admissions and Marketing, completed her MSEd this past June.

Terrilynn Dubrieul, World Languages Chairperson, enjoyed a seven-week cultural immersion in France, sharpening her French language skills and artistic talents.