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From left, front row: People’s Security Bank assistant vice president and Peckville branch manager Olivia Hitala; scholarship recipient Tyler Santarelli; Tyler’s mother Michelle Davis; Mid Valley School District superintendent Patrick Sheehan and Lackawanna College vice president for academic affairs and chief academic officer, Erica Barone-Pricci. Back row: principal Jeffrey Kovaleski; Peoples Security Bank senior executive vice president and chief operating officer Thomas Tulaney; vice president and commercial lending officer Mark Bennett; Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains executive director Cristine Clayton; Lackawanna College Level Up program director Abbey Judge.


Representatives from Peoples Security Bank and the Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains presented Mid Valley High School junior Tyler Santarelli with a full scholarship to pursue an associate degree in business administration through Lackawanna College’s Level Up program, which provides students with an opportunity to earn an associate degree in select majors while still in high school via a combination of dual enrollment classes offered on-site through partner districts or via online, late afternoon, evening and summer classes at the college.