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4 The Sun, Wednesday, November 27, 1991 Chapman School fourth graders receiving October awards from their teachers Included Vickl HIIodon, Jill Stutzman, Nick Peterson, Marcus Cox, Susan West, "lyrel Vlnson, Stephanle Powers, Braundon Reinhold, Dawn Adams, Josh Bowser, Susan Guertze, Casey McCool, Tiffany Bryant, Sam Hagglund, Pat Rummell, Lindsey Shepherd, Brlana PIumley, Keely Mize, Sophia Fabbrl, Cliff Costa, Jenni Henderson, Candace Erickson, Justin Renda, Brittany Gerwig, David Hull, Angela Lord, Brian Raddatz, Gustavo Olvera, Jeremiah Graham, Nathan DeHart, Charlene Hungate. Chapman School fifth graders receiving October awards Seth Lowe, Adam Plckar, Josh Manley, Mike McBride, Jonathan Halstead, Adam Heft, Jeanette Winder, Jessie Lockwood, Kelsi Pelzer, Daniel Quinton, Georgia Middleton, Shayllen Brown, Stephanle Burns, Joshua Jackson, Heather Mitchell, Tara Griggs, Shenoa Payne, Steven Schlesl, Ryan Kadell, Tara Wetzel, Christln Vertner, Justin Via, Mlchelle Schuman, Korln Berkey, Jessi Mouzakls, Jared Wittrock, Elizabeth Scott. Chapman students win awards Chapman Grade School fourth and fifth graders received October awards from their teachers at a morning awards assembly Nov. 7. Following is a list of students presented with awards: Fourth grade, Ms. Schmitz: helping hand, Dawn Adams; hon- esty, Josh Bowser; improved listen- ing, Susan Guertze; handwriting, Casey McCool; Trail Blazer award, Tiffany Bryant, Sam Hagglund, Pat Rummell; academic achievement, Lindsey Shepherd, Briana Plumley, Keely Mize, Casey McCool, Sophia Fabbri, Tiffany Bryant, Sam Hagg- lund; student of the month, Sam Hagglund; Ms. Grauer P.E. awards, Cliff Costa, Jenni Henderson. Ms. Withem: listening, Candace Erickson, Justin Renda; citizenship, Brittany Gerwig, David Hull; good worker, Angela Lord; most impro- ved, Brian Raddatz; self-manager, Gustavo Olvero; student of the month, Jeremiah Graham; Ms. Grauer RE. awards, Nathan DeHart, Charlene Hungate. Mr. Robins: student of the month, Vicki Hibdon; penmanship, Jill Stutzman; cooperation, Nick Peterson, Marcus Cox, Susan West; good worker, T'yrel Vinson; Ms. Grauer P.E. awards, Stephanie Pow- ers, Braundon Reinhold. Fifth grade, Ms. Scott: courtesy, Heather Mitchell, Seth Lowe; self- motivation, Mike McBride; spell- ing, Kelsi Pelzer, Trail Blazer awards, Jonathan Halstcad, Adam Hoff, Jeanette Winder; student of the month, Daniel Quinton; Ms. Grauer RE. awards, Jessie Lock- wood, Daniel Quinton. Ms. Mautner: Trail Blazer awards, Georgia Middleton, Shayl- ien Brown, Stephanie Bums; perfect attendance, Joshua Jackson, Josh Manley, Tara Griggs, Shaylien Brown, Shenoa Payne, Steven Schiesl, Ryan Kadell; student of the month, Stephanie Burns; Ms. Grauer RE. awards, Stephanie Bums, Steven Schiesl. Ms. Barge: citizenship, Tam Wet- zel, Christina Vertner, Justin Via; student of the month, Justin Via; math award, Michelle Schuman; Trail Blzer awards, Korin Berkey, Adam Pickar, Jessi Mouzakis: Chapter One awards, Tara Wetzel, Jared Wittrock; Ms. Grauer P.E. awards, Elizabeth Scott, Justin Via. Ms. Fischer: Crystal Miner, Gary Simmons, Elizabeth Hibdon, Jona- than Waycaster, Josh Brown. College scholarship High school students who are U.S. citizens and who are interested in applying for $1,000 college scholar- ships should request applications by Dec. 14 from Educational Commu- nications Scholarship Foundation, 721 N McKinley Road, P.O. Box 5002, Lake Forest, IL 60045-5002. Grand Ronde gives Positive Action awards At November Positive Action Assembly, the following students received Homer Bucks Awards for reading at home: Michael Burger, James Hosley, David Spinks, Bran- don Deal, Sam Rivera, Tracey Lee, Amanada Moehlman, Jerame McCoy, Beckey Meneley, Casey Ojua, Brandy Parren, Samuel White, Marianne Wright, Krystal Kenni- cott, Tana Ainsworth, Justin Biller, Megan Burger, John Kennicott, Mary McCoy, Bret Pond, Ramon Torres, Jeremy Wright, Emily Hun- ter, Natalie Torres, Carey Wright, Amelia Hang and Desirae McCoy. New additions to our list of sponsors are Tucker's Country Store, New Beginnings and Interna- tional Video. We greatly appreciate the help of all of our Homer Bucks sponsors who help to make this program a success. Students who received Positive Action certificates are Jared Deal, Cynthia Gurrerro (2), Justin Biller, Megan Burger, Lindsey Hunt, Nat- alie Torres, Lewis Banner, Gary Scarberry, Carey Carder, Brian Bur- ger (2), Leia Mercier, Brandy Par- ren, Kenneth Banner, Ashely Free- mena and Kristina Pugh. Grand Ronde Elementary's SMILE Group (Science and Mathe- matics Investigative Learning Expe- riences) and the Willamina group traveled to Western Oregon State College on Saturday. They had the opportunity to work in the computer and science labs, learn some sign language, tour' the campus and eat lunch in the cafeteria. One of the tour guides was Angie Leno, a Willamina High School graduate. Students in grades 1-5 went to the High School to see "A Christmas Carol." They enjoyed the play very much, especially the Ghost of Christmas Past. All students ate Thanksgiving dinner together on Nov. 26. Parents and grandparents were invited to join them for dinner on that day. The school is having a food drive for needy families from now until the winter break. Canned or other non-perishable foods are needed for the food bank and for Christmas baskets. Chapman band marches in Halloween parade Mr. Carwithen's Chapman grade school sixth grade band marched in their first parade on Thursday, Oct. 31. The parade was an annual business community parade. The event started in front of the high school, went down Bridge Street and ended at TJ's Market. This is an event that the band had been working toward since Spring of 1991. Some of the basics of march- ing were learned in the Spring so the band had something to build on this fall, and so they word be prepared to make the march. This coming Spring the band has plans to work on field marching and hopefully, sometimes in the next few years, will be able to provide half- time entertainment for the fans at sporung events. Also, on Tuesday, Nov. 5, the seventh and eighth grade band, along with selected sixth graders, performed at Yamhill grade school along with other area bands in its fhst performance of the year. Each local area band was invited to perform two numbers by itself as well as one piece performed by all bands together. This is an annual event that takes place at the Yamhill grade school to give students as well as parents a look at what some of the other bands are doing. As part of the drug and alcohol awareness program, Chapman grade school had a special assembly by Buc Henry and his wife Kristal. Henry is a champion powerlifter. Both are instructors at the Federal Prison. They did an excellent job of talking to our students about the effects of drugs and the message of drug-free living. This program was set up with the cooperation of Richard Rudolph, Carol Grauer and Bob Palmquist. The social theme for the month of November is communication while the academic theme is Art and Music. Several of the upper hall homerooms have made door decora- tions based on the academic theme and Mrs. Maumer and Mrs. Swen- son have created a bulletin board displaying the works of Georgia O'Keefe. Mrs. Elliott's homeroom won the homeroom of the month for October and will be treated to ice cream Sundaes. Her homeroom received points for attendance, no referrals, community service project, posters for Drug/Alcohol Awareness week and for her student's grades on their progress reports. Football and volleyball season have ended and to award letters and certificates to those students who participated there was a dessert on Nov. 12. Several parents organized the dessert and Mr. Stuck and Mrs. Shultz presented the awards to the athletes. To cap off the fall sports season the school staff will play against the eighth grade volleyball team in an all school assembly on Nov. 27. WMS names top students for October Students of the Month at Wdla- mina Middle School for October are: 6th grade: Karlina Barnes and Nick Bailey; 7th grade: Mindy Smith and Emily Friebe; 8th grade: Tricia Mendenhall and John Fasana. These students will receive a certificate, Willamina Middle School T-shirt, and a personal pizza and their picture displayed at Izzy's in McMinnville. Students are selected by staff for positive behav- ior, taking responsibility, and aca- demic achievement or improvement. Students have also been earning chance tickets for good work and positive behaviors with two tickets drawn per grade each week. Differ- ent prizes are awarded each month. Students whose names were drawn in October were: Kevin Osbom, Nick Bailey, Quentin Cal- der, John Fasana, Jessica Bailey, Justin Crouch, Jed Myers, Winema Wolf, Erica Morgan, Emily Friebe, Sandy Byrd, Christina Littlejohn, Tiyah Smith, Aimee Werth, Belinda Mendenhall, Amie Brown, Mandy Jones, Rachel Thresher, Jamie Anderson and Pam Reznicsek. The grand prize winner for October was Jamie Anderson. A building wide focus on the Bill of Rights is currently underway at the middle school. Lessons are being taught in all social studies classes and special activities are planned throughout the rest of November and In'st part of Decem- ber. The activities will culminate during the week of Dec. 9-13 with displays by students and an assem- bly on the 13th featuring county commissioner Mike Propes. The National Junior Honor Society under the direction of Miss Morris will conduct the annual Food Drive Dec. 2 through 6. Food collected will be donated to the VFW for distribution to needy fami- lies at Christmas. No home canned food is allowed. WMS lists 1st quarter honor roll Willamina Middle School has announced its first quarter honor roll. Students earning a perfect grade point average of 4.0 are: Tun Burr, Mandy Jones, Christina Littlejohn, Belinda Mendenhall, Tricia Men- denhall, Kristine Reid, Alisa Ward. Students earning a 3.5 grade point average or above are: T.n Alken, Iris Bigelow, Jaimi Bogen, Mandy Eoff, John Fasana, Noah FOx, Allan Goodwin, Jeremy Hailer, Kristy Hansen, Katie Hausman, Rhonda Kirkham, James Kramer, Jeramy Lehner, Christina McNamara, Abbey Mendenhall, Kelly Moshofsky, Amy Propes, Pam Reznicsek, Daisha Rivera, Pierson Scholeder, Crissie Simonsen, Damn Walsh, Aimee Werth, Bethanie White, Raina Wickham, Nick Wil- lis, Sara Wright. Students earning a grade point. average of 3.0 to 3.4 are: Travis Anderson, Sage Baller, Catherine Bigelow, Nicole Bringas, Tiffany Brooks, Barbara Buckholz, Medina Buckholtz, Quentin Calder, Tony Chapin, Brandon Combs, Derick Condron, Justin Crouch, Wendy Dawkins, Jennifier Elame Derek Ellenwood, Clifford Erickson, Stea- sia Findley, Chris Gatten, Misty Grant, Amber Grodio, Theresa Hays, Kim Johnson, Travis Johnson, Valerie Lux, Carrie Mom's, Kevin Osbom, Qiana Phipps, Kerrina Sabel, Minday Smith, Neil Smith, Tiyah Smith, Nichole Spearman. 5th graders on WES honor roll Willamina Elementary school has announced its fifth grade honor roll. Students earning a 4.0 perfect grade point average are: Stacy Hampton and Sondra Klym. Students earning a 3.5 grade point average or better are: Emmylou Taylor, Carrie Monington, Alisa Ray, Bobbi Gould, Shannon Boatwright, lered Comwell, Robyn Abrames, Chris Scholten. Students earning honorable men- tibn are: Sarah Parsons, Daniel Bazzy, Brianna Crenshaw, Jacob Beasley, Susan Hayes, Josh Lehner, Staci Johnson, Tommy Bogen. PTA talk planned Willamina school The parents of students at Willa- mina Elementary School plan to reestablish a parent organization. Interested parents met on Nov. 5 and Nov. 18 to formulate plans for organization. It was decided to invite a PTA representative to speak at a general meeting on Monday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The group also made tentative plans to have a carnival this year. We urge all parents to attend the meet- ing on Dec. 2 to support the children of Willamina, participate in goal setting and help in planning activ- ites. The winter music program date has been set for Dec. 13 at 8:30 a.m. Parents and friends are cordially invited to attend. This year's theme is "The Trials of Willamina Wille or You Better Watch Out." An all school PAPA assembly was held on Nov. 15. Two students from each classroom were honored with special awards. Students who received special awards were: First Grade: Aleanna Phillip Covach, ard, Nikki Commerford, Brad Gould, Kaylee Brady, Keyser. Second grade: Carl Vert ' say Spink, Kyle Cruickshank, Thompson. Third grade: Lilly Bryant, Tracy Neal, Anne Mauhew Hampton, Kurt ton. Fourth grade: Sam Talmadge, Lindsay anna Bogen. Fifth grade: Stacey Carrie Monington, Sondra Sonia Deputee. Mrs. Robinson presental Butler's fourth grade claSS exercise in learning how good audience and a pant. A musical number sented by Shannon Jenny Bailey, Stacy Alyssa Ray. All students who have PAPA awards during the given bumper stickers. SHS lists honor Sheridan High School has announced its f'lrgt quarter honor roll. Students earning a perfect grade point average of 4.0 are: Senior. Sylvia Neitzke; Juniors: Hope Car- son, Shannon Dill, Brenda Mahe, Amy Castor; and Sophomores: Diana Christian, Greg Sigrist. Students earning a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.9 are: Seniors: Stephanie Aaron, Carla Rodney, Chris Ridgeway, Kim Saun- ders, Jill Shipman. Juniors: Amy Overholser, Jason Pinkal, Telisha Burgos. Sophomores: Jennifer Sandels, Vicki Gourley, Nichol Moore, Matt Walter, Carmen Olds, Ronnee Ganske, K_ees Schouten. Freshmen: Delanie Payne, Heidi Overholser, Janelle Christian, Leah Jackson, Mandi Kadell, Kevin Hand, Ruth Hagglund, Casey Lam- bert, Nicole Wemer, Autumn Kas- per. Students earning tion with a grade point 3.0 to 3.49 are: Seniors: Teresa Snyder, Henderson, Zeke Holder, Woodcock, Jenny DeLay, James, Kaarla Bute, Tina Brooks. Juniors: Tanya Ogg, Amber Reid, Britt KelleY, Bart, Dennis Tabor, Lucas Crump. Sophomores: Cole Hook, Trena Mouzakis, Jason Midldff, Thompson, Tawsha Ogb Diehl. Freshmen: Pamela Ray, Hartman, John Prough, Felicia Blake, Robert Cope, Jennifer Bryant Tabor, John Pickar, Tobi Randall, lines, Kelli Hensley, ShelW Chapman honor Chapman Grade School has Andrea Blake, Geoff released its honor roll for the first fany Henderson, nine week grading period. Rachel Henderson, Earning perfect 4.0 grades were ams; 3.4: Erica Gun', eighth graders Micah Shelton, Ursa son, Jacob Pelzer, Parlier and Josh Ashcroft; seventh George; 3.3: Amber grader Alicia Boekhoff; sixth grad- Hook, Colin McCoO[ ers Emily Fabbri, Rorree Ganske Garza; 3.1: Robin and Jenni AshcrofL Troy Miller, Owen Also on the honor role for grade Bowser. averages between 3.9 and 3.0 were: Sixth grade, 3.9: Molly ! Eighth grade, 3.9: Glenna Smith; Maridee Hartman, 3.7: Sarri Tate, Linda Repplinger, Kristy Stoutenburg; Jesse Lowe; 3.6: Ramona Johnson, Latham, Becky Nice, Kim Raddatz; 3.5: Alison Lewis; Shepherd, Brett Brewer; 3.4: Kathy Morrill, Mark Mahe; Smiley; 3.4: 3.3: Sara Torrence, Matt Rahn, Stephens; 3.3: Slacy Lockwood; 3.1: Rachel Christopher Bemards, Brudnok, Dennis Erickson, Lind- David, Alan Letourne#, sey Walter, David Marsh; 3.0: Wheeler, Mamie Keri Yoder, Adria DeHart, Helen Witter, Mindy Moore, Cailanan. Shannon Rhodes; 3.2: Seventh grade, 3.9: Jennifer chard, Jeremy M. Porter, Benjamin Jackson, Sarah Pomeroy, Chris Noel; Peet; 3.7: Kerry Fidel, Shoshan- een Bart, Scott Mahe; nah Siefken, Kelly Prough, Maia Greenwood, Rochelle Jaeger; 3.6: Aaron Henderson, Rebecca Brudnok, StaCY David Higginson, Melani Lux, Jess Carson, Arnold Real. October students of the month at Willamina Middl are, back left, Nick Bailey, Emily Frlebe, Mindy _ left, John Fasana, "lt'icla Mendenhall, Karlina Barne=.