Two Scholarships Awarded to Saints Philip and James School Students

Tuesday, June 16th

Exton, PA (West Whiteland Township)—Two Saints Philip and James School students were awarded partial scholarships for the upcoming academic year. The scholarships were given through the generosity of a local business and in memory of a late longtime substitute teacher.

Kirsten Ward, who will be entering 6th grade, was awarded a partial scholarship for her distinguished service to the parish and school by Logan Funeral Home. William Logan, IV, Supervisor of Logan Funeral Home, with his sister, Tara Logan Elinski, presented this scholarship to Kirsten.

Riley Newton, who will be entering 6th grade, won the Terry Rodner Award for Language Arts for excelling in English. Terry Rodner worked at SS. Philip and James School as a substitute teacher for twenty-five years. Rose Rodner-Tims and Robert Rodner, daughter and husband of Terry Rodner, presented the scholarship to DeAngelis.

These scholarships were presented to the students in SS. Philip and James Church during the closing Mass for the school. SS. Philip and James School has a long history of student scholarship winners. Earlier that week, twelve of the school’s eighth grade graduates won scholarships to various high schools in the area.

Riley Newton - Rodner Scholarship

Riley Newton – Rodner Scholarship Recipient Pictured from left to right: Rose Rodner-Tims, Riley Newton, and Robert Rodner

Kirsten Ward - Logan Scholarship

Kirsten Ward – Logan Scholarship Recipient Pictured from left to right: Tara Logan Elinski, Nancy Ward, Kirsten Ward, and William Logan IV