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~J~p Page 20 Wednesday, High School Zielinski. CI Attending College of Southern Idaho to major in Forensics Idaho State Elks [ $1500 Zielinski, Waylon Attending College of Southern Idahoto major in medical imaging technology Adams County Health Care Foundation $2000 Booster Club $300 CSI Promise B and Presidential Match $900 Total $3200 Cook, Stephanie Attending Boise State University to major in nursing Lions Club $200 Adams County Health Care Foundation $2000 Total $2200 Ward, Kevin Atttending Idaho State University to major in computer technology and security Academic Achievement Level S-U of I $1500 Freshman A cess U of I $1500 Idaho Robert Lee Promise B $500 Total $3500 Shepard, Hank Attending University of Idaho majoring in renewable energy technology Freshman Access Scholarship $2000 4 years $8000 Idaho Robert Lee promise $500 for 2 years $1000 Academic Achievement Level S $1500 for 4 years $6000 Supplemental Educational Opportunity $300 Total $15,300 DeHaas, Lauren Attending Boise State University to major in History and education Council Education Association $300 Council Alumni Association $1500 Xi Alpha Lambda Waviah DesMaris Memorial Boise State University Idaho Robert Lee Promise B U of IAcademic Level S $1500 4 years U of I Freshman Access $2000 4 years U of I Supplemental Educational Opportunity Council PTA Total (Depending on which school chosen) Evea Harrington Powers LCSC Presidental $1000/yr for 4 LCSC Freshman Scholarship $350 $500 $6000 $8O00 $800 $250 $2900/ $17,200 Berks, lamie Attending Lewis and Clark State College in Lewiston to Ma or in accounting $311 $4000 $500 LCSC Idaho Promise B $500 for 2 years $1000 LCSC Leadership $500 LCSC Counselor Leadership $250 O Bar 4 Spirit of Learning $300 Total $6550 Pate, Lucas Attending College of Southern Idaho to major in biology. Council Alumni Association $1500 Veteran's Scholarship $1000 Evea Harrington Powers Memorial $1000 Booster Club $300 Xi Alpha Lambda Waviah DesMaris Memorial $750 U of I Go Idaho $2500 renewable for 4 $10000 U of I freshman Access $2500 for $10000 Idaho Promise B Robert Lee $500 for 2 $1000 CSI Laura Moore Cunningham $1500 renew $3000 Idaho Promise Robert Lee $400 renewable $800 New Hope Scholarship $1500 renewable $3000 Total depending on which school he chooses $11,350/ $25,550 Grand total for the class of 2012:78,000 in scholarships and approximately $70,000 in grants and other financial aid. The Council High School students and staff would like to thank the community for their support with the scholarships given to the students graduating in the class of 2012 June 13, 2012 The Adams County Record Second Semester Honor Roll Council High School 4.0 GPA Clay Mired Jamie Berks David Byers Sareya Harvey Maecy Henning Caiflan Hill Kim Hornisberger Hannah Linford IT Mahon Kelli O'Connor Luke Pate Sierra Shankel 3.875-3.75 GPA Cody Allred Cory Allred Chloe Bryson Casey DeHaas Lauren DeHaas Bodie Getusky Shelby James Azucena Meza Ryan Rosengrant Abbey Roundtree Zoe Wessels 3.74-3.50 GPA Daniel Cameron losie Henderson Willie Malone Aaron McJunkin Megan Perkins Jordan Rosengrant Savannah Schaffer Sierra Schmeckpeper Caleb Shumway Shania Spharler Kevin Ward Meadows Valley Jr/Sr High School Name Grade Price. Sarah 4.0 High Honors Maroe, Chelsea McDonald, Saige 11 Von Planta, Seraina McDonald. Hannah 10 Branstetter, Briana Neill, Laurann I0 Martin, Emily Perkins, Trent 10 Buys, Devln Peterson, Dale 9 Wittell, Samantha Gregersen, Stephen 8 Haynes, Kalie Martinez, Misti 8 Doyle, Justin Noyes, Lonnacie 6 Baker, Daniel 3.5-3.9 Honors Maroe, Ian Smith, Randi 12 Moore, Maysun Hunt, Dallin 12 Anyan, Elizabeth Baird, Jesse 12 Olson, Tommie Carpenter, Dixie 12 Mendez, Mirian Libby, Padraic 12 Wittig, Anthony Moore, Baylee 11 Titus, Alexis 11 10 9 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 Moyer Acceptedto Honors Choirs Lilly Moyer, daughter school students in Coeur Donnelly High School. of John and Linda Moyer d'Alene, Idaho in April. Her choir director, Mr. of Fruitvale, auditioned Her director from State Pinard, thought it was and was accepted into Choir has referred herquite an accomplishment the Treasure Valley to audition for National for her freshman year. Honors Choir and All- Honors Choir, which Lilly, former Lil' Idaho State Honors Choir. will perform in Carnegie Rising Star, has been She performed with a Hall in February. Lilly is performing in public since select choir of 200 high a freshman at McCall- the ageof3. Every year the Presidential AwardsSilver- Kelli O'Conner are given to the top students in each Grade 11: Gold - Hannah Linford, grade level. Gold Presidential Awards Sierra Shankel; Silver- Kim Hornisberger are presented to those students who Grade 12: Gold - Lucas Pate, Jamie have demonstrated the highest academic Berks; Silver- Lauren DeHaas success and excellence based on Lumberjack Pride or Black Shirts are GPA. The next highest awards are the given out once a year to students who Silver Presidential Awards and are for have gone above and beyond what is outstanding Academic Achievement and expected of them. It is given to those are given to those students with the who have the highest integrity and second highest GPA: character- these individuals are chosen 3-hisyears awards went to: by the staff. Once a student has been Grade 7: Gold - Sareya Harvey, David awarded a black shirt they are no longer Byers, Chloe.Bryson; Silver- CodyAllred, nominated and only new students are Cory Allred, Bodie Getusk'y, J T Mahon considered. These students have earned Grade 8: Gold - Clay Allred, Shelby these and wear them proudly to school. James; Silver- Abbey Roundtree, Sierra Black Shirt recipients this year are: Schmeckpeper, Zoe Wessels Sareya Harvey, Abbey Roundtree, Kim Grade 9: Gold - Casey DeHaas; Silver Hornisberger, Brittany Armistead, Tessa -Josie Henderson Shepard, Lucas Daniels, Cody Shelton, Grade 10: Gold - Maecy Henning; Miss Stephanie Rice- English teacher Local Students Honored by Elks The Weiser Elks Lodge a student of the month, annual banquet. Ammon honored its 2011-12 and also received the Girls Southwick of Cambridge Students of the Month at Student of the Year Award. High School was one of a banquet on May 7. CJThe Elks Lodge als0 the recipients of the Elks Zielinski of Council High presented two $1000 Scholarship. School was honored as scholarships at its