District announces leaders of Class of 2022
June 7, 2022
The General Brown Central School District is proud to announce the Class of 2022 leaders.
Jonah Dunn has been named the valedictorian with an academic grade point average of 97.00. Jonah is the son of Jason and Wendy Dunn, of Dexter.
Jonah is president of both National Honor Society and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD). He has also been an active member of Whiz Quiz, International Club, Math League and participated in SkillsUSA. Jonah is a volunteer EMT with Town of Watertown Ambulance in addition to volunteering with the Dexter Methodist Church.
Jonah has remained on the high honor roll during all four years of high school, was selected as a Channel 7 News Academic All-Star this year and was the recipient of the Le Moyne College Heights Award.
Jonah plans to attend Jefferson Community College in the fall to major in nursing.
Peter Biggers has been named the salutatorian with an academic grade point average of 96.722. Peter is the son of Peter and Rhonda Biggers, of Watertown.
Peter is vice president of the Performing Arts Club and has been an active member of National Honor Society, Math League, Whiz Quiz and International Club. He is a member of the Varsity Lacrosse team, in addition to Marching Band, Concert Band, Pep Band, Generalaires and Musicals. Peter participated in Bi-County Band and Chorus, Area All-State Chorus, CNY All-Star Percussion Ensemble, NYS Band Directors Association Jazz Ensemble and Jefferson Community College Jazz Ensemble.
Peter has remained on the high honor roll during all four years of high school. He was selected as a Channel 7 News Arts All-Star and was a Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Medal recipient.
Peter plans to attend Clarkson University in the fall for sciences/pre-med.
Outstanding Vocational Student
Chayse Griffin has been selected as General Brown’s 2022 Outstanding Vocational Student with a grade point average of 94.825. Chayse is the son of Heather Jones, of Dexter, and Jasyn Griffin, of Lowville.
Chayse is ranked sixth in his graduating class and has an average of 97.00 at BOCES in the Visual Communications program. He is the secretary for the Performing Arts Club and an active member of the National Honor Society. Chayse volunteers his time with the Lowville American Legion Post 162, and he was recently inducted to the National Technical Honor Society.
Chayse has remained on the Honor Roll during his first two years of high school and the High Honor Roll for his junior and senior year. He was selected as a Channel 7 News Career-Tech All-Star and was the recipient of the University of Rochester Xerox Award.
Chayse plans to attend Cazenovia College in the fall to pursue a degree in visual communications: graphic design.