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Students receive academic honors

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

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Amanda Swift, Assistant Vice President of First Financial Bank, presents the Academic All-Stars Plaque to Northview High School Principal Tim Rayle during the Northview High School Academic Honors Banquet Tuesday. Kimberly Gleason Photo. [Order this photo]
Parents, students, faculty and staff of Northview High School entered O'Shaughnessy Hall located on Saint Mary-of-the-Woods campus, in anticipation of the Northview High School Academic Honors Banquet, Tuesday.

"To all the underclassmen I encourage you to succeed," National Honor Society Vice President Allison Stearley said. "To all of the seniors, continue to strive for the best and congratulations on all you have achieved."

Clay Community School Corporation Supt. Dan Schroeder, Director of Curriculum and Grants Kathy Knust, Director of Personnel, Data and Food Service Carolyn Kumpf, School Board Vice President Dottie King and Assistant Secretary Tina Heffner were in attendance to show support for the students and their achievements.

Lynsey Lunsford, a 1998 Northview graduate, spoke to those in attendance about hard work and accomplishing their goals.

"I set a goal for myself everyday," she said. "I'm very specific and I achieve that goal no matter what. You are your only limitation."

Students in the freshmen class with a 3.8 GPA or higher include: Kyley Clark, Jennifer Price, Rachel Reese, Dillon Reynolds, Krista Stearley and Tyler Wilson.

Freshmen students who tied for first place with a 4.0 include: Ethan Stewart, Damon Hyatt and Shadrac Brattain.

Students in the sophomore class with a 3.7 GPA or higher include: Ryan Beasley, Shawnie Brewer, Amanda Davis, Elizabeth Emmert, Taylor Hanson, Hallie Harbison, Bradley Harting, Charlene Herr-Smith, Kaci Kehrt, Carson Kleiber, Jessica La Tourette, Macy Mayle, Jacqueline Moore, Nicole Nelson, Chelsea Pell, Brandon Pleake, Victoria Rohrabaugh, Kaylee Strycker, Justin Tallman and Bethany Wright.

Sophomore students who tied for first place with a 4.0 include: Zebulan Thomas and Joseph Thomas.

Students in the junior class with a 3.6 GPA or higher include: Robert Biggs, Jonathon Bradshaw, Allison Brown, Margie Douglas, Kaylee Edington, Breanna Fagg, Justine Farris, Leah Garvin, Matthew Hofmann, Hannah Hoopingarner, Kyle Hughes, Ashleigh Lehr, Joshua Lynch, Kristen Miller, Jessamyn Moore, Alex Moreland, Carly Pell, Emily Phillips, Thea Pierce, Hannah Pond, Shelby Sands, Chase Sheilds, Conor Strain, Riley Sutherlin, Amanda Thomlinson, Ryan Turner, Sarah Underwood and Hannah Yeiser. Junior students who tied for first place with a 4.0 include Hannah Stewart and Lauren Reberger.

Students in the senior class with a 3.5 GPA or higher include: Amanda Akers, Rachel Alstott, Danielle Baysinger, Morgan Cook, Evan Deal, Britany Dean, Eric Dyar, Allison Johansen, Elle Kleiber, Ryan Lutes, Erika Matson, Elizabeth Maurey, Kaleb McClellan, Ariel McQuade, Matthew Nodley, Stormi Raines, Whitney Sampson, Sunny Shaw, Katie Smith, Benjamin Stearley, Jessica Thomas, Hannah VanHorn, Alexzandria Wallen and Jennifer Woodcox. The top three seniors are Allison Stearley currently third, Devin Ahern currently second and Kylee Thacker currently first.

Amanda Swift, Assistant Vice President First Financial Bank, awarded Matthew Nodley and Kylee Thacker the Greenwell Trust Scholarship for $7,500 each. She also presented the Academic All-Star Plaque to Northview Principal Tim Rayle.

"I would like to thank First Financial for sponsoring the event, but I would like to honor the parents, guardians and teachers who work to inspire these students to succeed," Rayle said in closing. "I would like to thank the students for their hard work and I hope to hear of the continuation of your excellence."


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We are so proud of you Dillon! Keep up the hard work!

-- Posted by auntie1 on Thu, Mar 19, 2009, at 11:12 AM

-- Posted by fannie on Fri, Mar 20, 2009, at 10:32 AM


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