Class Notes: Soroco Middle School announces honor roll

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— South Routt Middle School last week announced its fourth-quarter honor roll.

Students who earned all A’s are: eighth-graders Cody Chen, Cody Constine, Emily Harris, Aaron Herzog and Ryan Jeep; seventh-graders Alexandrea Bryant, Kellen Garrity, Micah Gibbons, Brooke Green, Hayley Johnson, Michelle Ondrejk, Jessica Rossi and Nicholas Swift; and sixth-graders Cala McCollum and Chance Peters.

Students who earned GPAs between 3.5 and 3.9 are: eighth-graders Bjorn Carlson, RidgeLee Gingerich, Taylor Lipsie, Ian Palyo, Kaitlin Parker and Erica Schneider; seventh-graders Belle Horn, Carl Rossi, Tia Rozell, Brittney Schrader, Kyle Viele, Leah Walorski, Nicole Williams and Destini Wixom; and sixth-graders Lucy Carlson, David Cless, Kali Constine, Chandler Cruson, AshLee Gingerich, Warren Hayes, Eric Logan, Sabrina Ray, Shiloh Rozell and Tanner Tritz.

Hayden graduate Hall recognized with award

Alicia Hall, a 2006 Hayden High School graduate, will receive the Most Dedicated Student Award from the Oregon Institute of Technology’s Student Awards Commission.

Hall, who will graduate June 12 with a bachelor’s of science degree in business management, with a minor in psychology, will be honored during an awards banquet June 11 at the Klamath Falls, Ore., university.

A news release indicated that Hall was chosen for the award for being involved in campus activities and helping to make a difference for students.

She is the daughter of Annette Hall, of Hayden, and Gus and Sandy Evans Hall, of Steamboat Springs.

Service Learning Institute still taking applications

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps has extended the application deadline to Monday for this summer’s Service Learning Institute.

The program, supported by the Routt County Youth Services Coalition, promotes service opportunities for students entering sixth through ninth grades.

Spots remain open for the June 14 to July 9 and July 19 to Aug. 13 sessions. Students can participate from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays during each session.

Participants who complete 100 hours of service during their session will be awarded a $500 AmeriCorps education award that could be used toward the cost of college or secondary education.

Applications can be found online at www.rockymountainyouthcorps.org. For more information call Service Learning Institute Project Coordinator Amy McFadden at 879-2135.

High school graduation season ended last Friday

The Lowell Whiteman School honored its 24 graduates during a commencement ceremony at the school Friday. The ceremony capped this year’s graduation season and the 2009-10 school year for all Routt County schools. Schools will resume classes in August.

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