Rosemary Houglum was selected to be the school's representative for the Outstanding Masonic Student. The nominees for this award included Colten Jensen, Jordan Love, Taryn Bossert, Mara Mohler, Lyla Marey, Shelly Barker, Ben Woodland, Justin Orth, Becky Warton, Catherine Umsted, Courtney Vanantwerp, Sasha Forbes, Seth Dimick, Kara Dolifka and Scott Begins. The staff congratulates all of the students.
Ashley Sarver and Eric Sellers have been selected as READ 180 All-Star candidates. This scholastic award program is for students who are recognized by their teachers as raising achievement through reading success. Both Ashley and Eric are actively engaged in academic progress in all their classes. They share their positive enthusiasm about books and encourage others to do their best. Five students will be selected April 30 as the READ 180 All-Stars. If chosen, Ashley and-or Eric will receive a $1,000 award toward furthering their education, and the school will receive reading materials worth $2,000.
The PTSA pie auction was a huge success and members would like to thank the following individuals: Barb Blakely, who helped get the pies, and Norm Blakely, auctioneer. They also thank the individuals who donated pies: Barb Blakely, Mike Gustkey, Debbie Bagley, Dave Carey, Sylvia Reynolds, Sarge Truesdell, Evy Gebhardt, Margaret Gilman and Jennifer Tabor.
The staff thanks school board member Sammy Crawford for accepting its invitation to come and visit the school. Crawford had lunch with several of the students then was given a tour and visited classrooms.
Brittany Meyer is the March Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month. She was recognized for being an exceptional student and citizen.
The PTSA will meet at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Track begins March 29. All students are encouraged to try out.
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