Students named to honor roll
The following students were named to the fourth-quarter honor roll at Soldotna Middle School:
Seventh grade 4.0: Paul Adams, Ashlea Ansel, Lottie Barton, Autumn Bright, Erica Byerley, Cody Carroll, Carol Clonan, Connor Dimick, Jessica Duke, Vlad Ferderer, Kylee Feroglia, Jamie Helstern, Mariah Henson, Elisha Hollers, Lindsey Kaufman, Daniel Koch, Hannah Morgan, Hailey Oglesbee, Michelle Papp, Angela Ramponi, Rachell Robson, Colton Schneider, Mackenzie Senn, Cori Shull, Keith Straume, Christina Tachick, Madelynn Tice, Brittany Whiteside, Alexandria Wilson, Brittania Wilson and Kaitlyn Young.
3.5-3.9: Danielle Bahl, Dakota Bailey, Tyler Barkman, David Bell, Johnnalyn Bishop, Annita Braun, Jacob Brown, Dallin Carlson, Tyler Christian, Nanette Daigle, Phellisha Dobson, Carlee Drobnick, Bradley Duwe, Rebecca Egan, Sean Endsley, Matthew Fellman, Leah Garske, Jacob Gonser, Hayley Griebel, Intimayo Harbison, Jordan Holly, Megan Janorschke, Eric Johnson, Mariah Luze, Jeffery Melvin, Trenton Meyer, Jake Norman, Alexis Norris, Megan Parham, Morgan Post, Daniel Rozak, Brittany Russell, Kayla Schultz, Deandra Segovia, Ariel Self, Lindsay Shackleton, Cassie Sheridan, Kaili Sholin, Tamlyn Silva, Whitney Stettler, Cole Tallman, Tessa Tovoli, Katrina Truesdell, Erin Twohy, Cody Vandehey, Kaitlyn Vanmeter, Zack Waters, Mary Wendel, and Alicia West.
3.0-3.49 : Connor Aaronson, Zachary Aberkane, Kristina Barker, Kody Bias, Ryder Burch, Tanner Burcham Simon Chea, Corey Fisler, Christopher Hallford, Taylor Hanley, Christin Hodo, Hunter Hollenberg, Brayden Holt, Connor Jezorski, Walter Juarez, John Kenyon, Shay Kurz, Carly Lund, Heather Matthews, Theo Pearson, Breanna Penning, James Porter, Jenna Randall, Ashley Schrader, Dawson Shangin, Mirandah Smith, Joshua Stinnett, Kaitlin Stropes, Tate Syverson, James Tonione, Jacob Trippe, Cody Warfield and Cyle Williams.
Eighth grade 4.0: Makenna Barrickman, Blaine Carver, Emily Culhane, Lydia Forbes, Mariah Hamilton, Teslin Hughes, Jenna Jensen, Brandon Jones, Jaci Lamborn, Sara McMaster, Kailey Mucha, Travis Newberry, Lacey Norman, Casee Penrod, Sarah Rife, Emily Rohloff, Hannah Romberg, Hillary Schneider, Karen Senette, Emily Smola, William Thomas, Dana Tracy, Kaitlyn Wehrli, and Jasmine Woodland and Alyssa Rosin.
3.5-3.9: Xavier Allmon, Tyler Ansel, Jeremiah Berzanske, Matthew Bilby, Braylon Blades, Eldon Brown, Dezerae Castens, Abagail Crowell, Shalynda Daigle, Kaile Duncan, Amber Eberline, Emily Edwards, Jarrod Edwards, Emily Erickson, Megan Hardy, Jon Jackinsky, Jacob Jansen, Kiana Johnson, Suszann Keagy, Braden Knowlton, Skyler Laber, David Laurie, Kendra Lewis, Tanner Link, Joseph Malatesta, Marissa Mallett, Oleksiy Manukyan, Serena Marquis, Marc McLane, Ryan McMaster, Christopher Nolden, Chad Oakes, Michael Orth, Shana Powell, Kathrine Quelland, Jenna Redford, Ryan Sanders, Savanna Schoessler, Chelsea Simmons, Beau Sisson, Clancy Skipwith, Zachary Truesdell, Brett Vadla, Nicholas Van Bruggen, Lora Watson, Stanley Westerman, Chelsea Wilbanks and Mark Youngren.
3.0-3.49: Robert Anderson, Kayla Atkins, Sarah Barsis, Alexander Batson, Erik Benson, Ian Buffington, Brittany Bush, David Carroll, Cody Clark, Jasmine Clock, Christopher Closson, Lucas Clyde, Mathew Cox, Jeremy Dooley, Michael Dotomain, Deborah Durst, Shelby Dykstra, T. J. Earll, Keegan Eshleman, Brionna Fabunan, Kasselina Ferganchick, Randi Freestone, Mandy Groshart, Tyler Hahn, Rachel Hanke, Joshua Harvey, Karisa Hauck, Mariah Howarth, Katelyn Jones, Jacob King, Steven Lawson, Braden Lichty, Ryan Lindley, Ashley Lloyd, Hunter Maddox, Justin Marsh, Briana Merkes, Sarah Mohorcich, Derrick Parham, Linnea Powers, Benjamin Ransom, Stormi Reed, Emily Rich, Kiefer Riss, Jessica Robertson, Silas Rodriguez, Galen Roesing, Alek Romatz, Jess Russell, Jonah Shinew-Lange, Stephanie Shirk, Ashlea Simmons, Sydney Smith, Rebekah Stigall, Dylon Story, Taylan Streiff, Aubrie Thayer, Carol Umstead, Jessica Utrup, Kathryn Vengley, Kendall Walsh, Brendan Webb and Kayla West.
Soldotna student leads way to D.C.
Emily Philibert, a student at Soldotna Elementary School, has been accepted into the People to People World Leadership Forum, where she will join a select group of students in Washington, D.C., March 19-25, 2007 to earn high school credit while studying leadership and exploring some of the United States’ most prominent monuments and institutions.
Emily was nominated and accepted for the program based on outstanding scholastic merit, civic involvement and leadership potential.
Potton flying high with Air Force
Tom Potton, a 1995 graduate of Soldotna High School, is scheduled to graduate from initial jet fighter training at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, Okla., on June 30. Potton did his initial military pilot training at Whiting Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla. Since October he has been training in the T-38 jet (formerly the F-5), learning precision high-speed flying, aerobatic maneuvers and formation and low-level flight skills. After graduation he will receive his Air Force pilot wings and make a 10-year commitment to the Air Force.
Potton received his early pilot training and private license in Alaska under the instruction of his father, Tom Potton Sr., of Soldotna. He studied commercial aviation and Russian language at Kenai Peninsula College and received a degree in commercial aviation at the University of Alaska Anchorage. He also assisted in testing and working with the new “Cap Stone” navigation system, now widely used in Alaska.
He is married to Wendy (Hibpshman) Potton, formerly of Nikiski, and has two daughters, Mayzie, 6, and Ashlyn, 1. His parents, Tom and Capri Potton, and sisters, Heidi and Nicole Potton, will attend the ceremony. He also has a brother, Daniel Potton. His mother-in-law, Jodi Hibpshman, of Nikiski, will also attend.
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