Eagle Scouts Ready For Next Adventure

Walt Whitman Principal John Murphy is extremely proud of his senior Eagle Scouts: Front row l-r: Andrew Martin, Michael Giarizzo, Michael Maniscalco, Benjamin Nace, Zachary Bruno, Back row l-r: Mark Hustedt, James Reilly, Esteban Lopez, and Steven Ciravolo. Not present for photo: Christopher Dybus and William Burton.
Walt Whitman Principal John Murphy is extremely proud of his senior Eagle Scouts: Front row l-r: Andrew Martin, Michael Giarizzo, Michael Maniscalco, Benjamin Nace, Zachary Bruno, Back row l-r: Mark Hustedt, James Reilly, Esteban Lopez, and Steven Ciravolo. Not present for photo: Christopher Dybus and William Burton.

This is an exceptional year for Walt Whitman graduates. But the story behind the story may well be that we have an unprecedented number of Eagle Scouts graduating on June 24th. Missing the national record by only one, presently held in Texas with an even dozen, Walt Whitman is graduating eleven exceptional Eagle Scouts who over the years have contributed greatly to the fabric of their schools and the community. Congratulations to following seniors and their families:

Benjamin Nace: Troop 34 will be attending Cornell University to study Biology

James Reilly: Troop 218 will be studying film at Hunter College in the fall

Steven Ciravolo: Troop 406 is undecided on his major and college for next year

Michael Giarizzo: Troop 406 will be studying Computer Engineering at Binghamton University in the fall.

Christopher Dybus: Troop 406 will be attending SUNY Oneonta

Zachary Bruno: Troop 406 will be attending the University of Albany to study Cyber Security.

Will Burton: Troop 406 will be attending SUNY Cobleskill

Michael Maniscalco: Troop 406 is undecided where he will study nursing next fall

Esteban Lopez: Troop 406 is undecided what he will be majoring in at Cornell University next fall.

Mark Hustedt:  Troop 34 will be attending Virginia Tech and studying Material Science Engineering.

Andrew Martin: Troop 406 will be attending Misericordia University and studying Government Law and National Security.