MHS Parent Newsletter
November 2018
Bott's Babbles
Botts’ Babbles
November 2018

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, I wanted to take a moment to express my thanks to the entire Maize High School community for your continued support. There are many things in my life for which I am grateful, but at the top of the list is the opportunity to serve as the principal of MHS. I take great pride in this role and work to provide an environment and culture that I would want my own children to experience. 
As the first semester continues to rapidly pass, there are a few reminders and recognitions that I would like to share:

Tuesday, November 6 th , is Election Day. Please take a moment to fulfill your civic duty and cast your ballot! To learn more about your candidates, go to Vote411

Girls Golf
Congratulations to the girls golf team on their 5 th place finish at KSHSAA 5A State Tournament. The girls also were AVCTL Division 1 League Champions. Team members were Riley Hunter, Lexie Ridder, Reina Cline, and Brooklyn Blasdel. The girls were coached by Ben Harlow and Brad Hornung. 

Seussical the Musical
The Maize High Theatre and Vocal Music Departments will present Seussical the Musical on Thursday, November 8, and Saturday, November 10, at 7:30 pm in the auditorium. Tickets are $6 for students and $8 for adults. This charming musical features a wonderful score and all of your beloved Dr. Seuss characters and is not to be missed!

Winter Sports Season
The Winter sports season begins on Monday, November 12, 2018. Students need to make sure that they have a physical on file with the school, or they will not be allowed to practice/try out. The winter sports include girls/boys basketball, boys swimming, wrestling, and girls/boys bowling. The co-ed cheer teams and dance teams carry over from the fall to the winter season. 

Clay Shooting Club
Congratulations on an awesome fall season. The team continues to improve. The Eagles shot more 25's this Fall than the previous seasons combined. A huge thank you to our coaches: Coach Pruitt, Coach Mullen, Coach Anderson, and Coach Mercado. As a team, the Eagles finished 3rd. Several shooters ranked in the top 10 and top 100 in the state. Congratulations to
  • Alexys Stafford -- #10 female shooter in the state/#5 in conference (female) and 104/788 overall in state
  • Terrin Adams-- #9 in conference (male) and 7/788 overall in state
  • Remington Boor -- #10 in conference (male) and 51/788 overall in state
  • Saylor Booth --  #10 in conference (female)
  • Christian Kohl -- 56/788 overall in state
  • Joey Graham --  100/788 overall in state
  • Straight 25 Shooters were Grayson Graham, Hunter Aaron, Christian Kohl, Tannyr Singleterry, and Terrin Adams

We Dine Together
Maize High School is getting ready to kick off a new program called We Dine Together . You can learn more about this awesome program here .

Cross Country
Congratulations to the cross country runners on a great season! At the AVCTL league meet, the Eagles were team champions in the varsity boys, varsity girls, and junior varsity girls divisions. The JV boys finished in 3 rd place. Karley Kornacke was the JV league champion for the girls, and Sebastian Castillo was the individual champion for the JV boys. For the varsity girls, Zoie Ecord was the league champion followed by Aria Sheldon (6 th ), Anna Reimer (12 th ), Annie Allenbach (17 th ), Cadence Ohl (18 th ), Cora Bartlett (19 th ), and Nicole Vick (33 rd ). For the varsity boys, Kael Ecord finished 4 th , Joel Gaddie (5 th ), Kadyn Dohlman (9 th ) and Austin Schultz (11 th ), Aiden Werner (19 th ), Alec Stephens (27 th ), and Dominick Smith (28 th ).  The following students qualified for the state meet: Annie Allenbach, Kael Ecord, Zoie Ecord, and Anna Reimer.

Girls Tennis
Congratulations to the girls tennis team on a great season! The girls were AVCTL Division 1 champions! At the 5A state tournament, the team finished in 5 th place. In singles, Lillian Williams finished 5 th , and Emma Wituk was 10 th .  On the doubles side, Lindsay Adams and Alaina Cunningham qualified for state and went 2-2. 

ACT WorkKeys
This school year, the State of Kansas is offering all juniors the opportunity to complete the ACT WorkKeys test at no cost on Thursday, February 21, 2019. In addition, any seniors who have not previously completed the ACT WorkKeys assessment are also eligible to participate at no cost. This three-part exam " measures foundational skills required for success in the workplace, and help measure the workplace skills that can affect job performance. " Students participating would complete three tests: Applied Math, Graphic Literacy, and Workplace Documents. Qualifying scores would allow students to receive the WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate. Students who anticipate seeking employment or vocational training upon high school graduation are encouraged to participate in WorkKeys testing on February 21, 2019. If your student wishes to participate in the ACT WorkKeys assessment on February 21, 2019, please sign up using this link to sign up by November 30, 2018.

Students of the Month
MHS has partnered with Jimmy John’s to recognize both students and staff members who are doing great things. Each month, students from each grade level are nominated by faculty members. This month, we will identify students and staff for October. Recipients will receive a free sub sandwich!
Freshmen Jaysi Jackson and Gavin Metts
Sophomores Mitchael Casement and Meredith Frahm
Juniors Allyson Prebble and Jadeon Vermillion
Seniors Kendyl Johnson and Isaac James

Other Nominees: Vanessa Cortez, Zoie Ecord, Jarrett Harris, Elyce Pfeifer, Daniel Hammett, Reese Martens, Kailey Clinton, Caden Cauthon, Carmella Zantop, Justice Mannie, Laney Turner, Carter Sampson, Bailee Yocum, Ellie Cannizzo, Jenna Van Echaute, Janna Busker, Emily Coats, Cayden Hughbanks, Preston Hunt, Makenna Meyer, Lucas Sampson, Ethan Hallowell, Tanner Ohnmeis, Noah Stanton, Corey Blume, Jeannine Lopez, Brandon Woodruff, Halee Harpenau, Emma Bise, Christian Vilmain, Alahni Caldwell, Maddison Patry, Haily O’Donnell, Eli Santiago, Jordan Cannon, Scott Adams, Chase Shogren, Adrianna Sweat, Ashley Valdez, Amanda Branom, Crosby Woods, Olivia Bishop, Ashley Massie, Ryann Redinger, and Alex Pham.

Faculty/Staff Recipients
The following staff members were recognized by their peers for standing out in their daily job within the school. Congratulations and thanks to Seth Gardner, Beth Janssen, Kristi Olinger, Isaac Shue, Roxanne Thulin, Shelby Hillman, Hoss, Linda McCullough, Jamie Shelton, Jana Schantz, Jessica Fisher, Floria Jones, Amy Hammett, Frank Simon, Kathleen Barbara, Dan Loving, Brenda Stanton, Peggy Cardenas, Betsy Manning, Tina Kiley, Rocky Helm, Carly Stamper, Elizabeth Mans, Lara Wolgast, Kevin Frye, Jeny Ayres, Susie Longwell, and Kristina Sander. 
I thank you all for your continued support of Maize High School. I wish you all a wonderful and relaxing upcoming Thanksgiving! I am certainly thankful for having the opportunity to be your student’s principal. 

With Eagle Pride,

Dr. Botts
Important Information

Counselor's Corner
Greetings from the Counseling Department at
Maize High School!

October has been exciting at Maize High! The staff has been busy, busy, busy! 
We have
  • Given the PSAT or Pre-SAT and National Merit Qualifying exam to nearly 100 sophomores and juniors on October 10th.
  • Bussed over 60 students to the Futures Fair at Wichita State University’s Charles Koch Arena on October 16th. Students were able to talk to over 100 college representatives and learn about their schools.
  • Given the ACT to our seniors on October 16th. 
  • Given the ASVAB assessment to 30 students on October 26th.

Activities Scheduled for Term 2

  • Friday, November 2nd - Balfour will be at MHS to take Senior Announcements orders during Encor and lunch.
  • Friday, November 2nd - is ACT Registration deadline for the December 8th test.
  • December 5th and 7th - Balfour will be at MHS to take senior cap and gown orders during both encor and lunch.
  • Monday, December 10th - is the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony, 7PM at Maize High School
  • Saturday, December 8th - is the ACT test at MHS.
  • Tuesday, December 18th - there is an Early Completer Meeting during Encor.
  • Wednesday, December 19th - is the Senior Farewell during Encor.
  • Friday, December 21st  - is the last Day of Term 2

Friday, November 2nd, is the last day to sign up for the Saturday, December 8th ACT test.  If a student is college bound, we recommend that juniors take the ACT at least once his or her junior year and once again at the beginning of his or her senior year.  High achieving sophomores may want to take it for practice. Students can take the ACT as many times as they like. Fifty percent of students will improve taking the ACT the second time. If you would like your student to take the ACT, please register at  www.actstudent.org . Students will make an account with a username and password.  They will need to know our school code, which is 171-885, and the MHS Test Center is 213970.  If you have any questions, please contact your student’s counselor.

ACT Workshop
 USD 266 is offering an ACT Workshop during the Fall semester at Maize South High School. The class has two sessions (Monday, December 3rd, and Tuesday, December 4th). The workshop includes practical and relevant information on how to increase your ACT score. The cost of the workshop ranges from $55-$65, depending on whether you register by paper or online. For more information, please go to https://powerprepinc.com/maizehigh /. Space is limited.  

College and Career Counseling
Making the final decision on what college to attend often comes down to finances, comparing tuition rates is the first step, but there is so much more! If you plan, prepare, and take all factors into consideration, m aking your dreams come true and attending the school of your choice can be a reality.

On Monday, November 5th, Maize students and parents are invited to attend a special information session, Cost of Attendance.  We will have a college representative present and will answer questions that apply to financing college.

Maize Career Academy
Special Presentation --- Cost of Attendance
Monday, November 5th
6:00 - 7:00 pm

Highlights of the presentation will include
What is meant by the cost of attendance?
What additional expenses should students and parents consider?
Living on campus vs. off campus
Is there a difference between college majors and the expenses required?
What is the difference between public and private institutions' costs of attendance when receiving financial aid?
Besides student loans, how do students finance college?

If you have any questions regarding this event, feel free to contact your College & Career Advocate.

Maize High School Maize South High School
Diane Close Lyn Brown
News from the Nurse

Flu Info
Health Matters,
by Dana Desjardins, RN

Every year the flu overcomes our community. Protect your teen and yourself with the flu vaccine before the flu season begins. CDC recommends getting your vaccine in September/October. The reason why is it takes at least 2 weeks for the vaccine to produce antibodies to fight against the flu virus. However, if this is not possible, getting the flu vaccine as soon as you can may drastically reduce your odds of getting the flu. You may also just get a touch of the flu and be sick for a couple of days to a week instead of weeks.

The CDC estimates the flu has caused 9.2 million to 35.6 million illnesses each year in the United States. “Since 2010, people with the flu have resulted in 140,000 and 710,000 hospitalizations each year. The CDC also estimates that from 2010-2011 to 2013-2014, influenza-associated deaths in the United States ranged from a low 12,000 (during 2011-2012) to a high of 56,000 (during 2012-2013).”

The CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone 6 months of age and older as the first and most important step in protecting against this serious disease.

The everyday preventative measures that help in preventing the spread of the virus are
Staying away from sick people.
Washing your hands with soap and water. Do not just rely on hand sanitizer.
When sick with the flu, stay home from work or school to prevent spreading flu to others.
Wipe doorknobs and surfaces down often with bleach containing wipes.
Get plenty of rest.
Eat well daily.
Contact your doctor within the first 48 hours of developing flu-like symptoms for the antiviral medication

Flu symptoms are
Runny or stuffy nose
Sore throat
Fever of 100 or greater
Muscle or body aches
Vomiting and diarrhea (more common in children than adults)

The spread of influenza viruses is through respiratory droplets and by touching contaminated surfaces or objects and then touching your own mouth or nose.

The MHS Student Agenda under the Health section reads, “Any student with a fever of 100 or greater will be sent home from school. The student must be fever-free for 12 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications before returning to class.” This is just another preventative measure in the Maize school district. It was implemented to prevent a flu epidemic among its students and staff. If you have questions, please contact your school nurse.

News from the Classroom
KAY Club students from Maize High and Maize Middle gathered Oct. 23 to Trick or Treat for UNICEF. Students went to neighborhoods throughout the Maize district to collect money for UNICEF, an international organization that helps ensure the rights of children and provides health care, immunizations, nutrition, access to safe water and sanitation services and basic education for children around the world.
Additionally, KAY club hosted a Red Cross blood drive Oct. 29th. The Red Cross collected 48 units of blood, which will impact up to 144 lives. 
This year in Orchestra, we thought we would try something new. We took some orchestra students to WoodFest. We enjoyed the outdoors and jamming to music in the Flint Hills! This event took place at Camp Wood near Emporia. Nationally known musicians such as Eugene Friesen (cello), Darol Anger (violin), Mike Marshall (mandolin) and many others were there to share their expertise. There were jam sessions, jazz improv classes, beginning & advanced fiddling classes of all genres, open creative play, painting, horseback riding, ukulele, harmonica, and mandolin classes by musicians who were at the top of their fields and had earned national recognition. Multi-generational people came out to play, and then we performed for each other. In the evening, we listened to the professionals play an outdoor concert as the sun set many striking colors against the Flint Hills.  
Eagle Accomplishments
Congratulations to Play newsmagazine co-editors Abby McCoy and Casey Loving , who placed in first in the Kansas Scholastic Press Association monthly contest. Abby placed first in Infographics. Casey was first in column writing. Play newsmagazine can be seen by going to Maizenews.com and clicking on the print edition tab at the top of the page.
Maize High Cheer enjoyed the morning at Power 93.5 after winning the Game-of-the-Week competition
Maize High Football joined Maize Cheer to honor our veterans for another Honor Flight 
Cheering on our Eagles during the Derby game
Seatbelts Are For Everyone

Donut Forget to Buckle Up!
Second MHS Seatbelt Survey 

Dana Desjardins, RN and
September 25th and 26th SAFE conducted our second two-day seatbelt survey before school. MHS SAFE club members also gave out donuts (from the Maple and Maize Paradise Donuts) to students and staff who wore their seatbelts. As always, Maize Police Officers Dover and Wiggins were helping the SAFE students conduct their survey at the parking lot entrances. Here are the results:
Sept 2017 – 92% wore their seatbelts, and 2% were driving distracted
Sept 2018 – 96% wore their seatbelts, and 2 % were driving distracted.
All of our teens were not texting and driving. They were even off their phones. However, many of the adults were not. Other distractions were eating or not paying attention to the road. It was also noted many passengers did not wear their seatbelts. The MHS SAFE Squad also another seatbelt survey October 30 th and 31 st before school. Our theme was Belts for Burritos! Jay Super and FFA helped us out. Everyone who drives on MHS property is surveyed. Students, staff, and parents; help us reach our goal of 100% belted and 0% distracted all the time
MHS SAFE students lobbied in Topeka to get the seatbelt fines increased in July 2017 from $10.00 to $30.00, plus court costs. Texting and driving fines were raised to $500.00, plus court costs. You can find more information here.
MHS SAFE has done such a great job of implementing the teen driving safety programs at MHS. We were asked to speak to high school students from all over Kansas at the Kansas Teen Traffic and Safety Conference held this October 2nd and 3rd. This was such a great honor for our 13 MHS students. After attending the conference, our students brought back a lot of different ways to motivate and educate MHS and their community on safe driving. Miyah McGrown was awarded the prestigious Eric Stonestreet (actor from Modern Family) $500.00 scholarship. 
Driver's Education
USD 266 Maize offers Online Driver Education during the school year (Term 1, Term 2, Term 3, Term 4). The online driver education program strives to prepare students to become knowledgeable and respectful of the law, to learn basic driving skills, and to develop a responsible attitude toward driving. The instructors will provide critical experience to students, involve parents in the process, and foster cooperative interaction with others in the driving environment. Students should be studying their Kansas Driver Handbook and be ready to take a handbook test at the start of the course. More detailed information on Online Driver Education can be found on the high school web site under the counselor's corner.
2018-2019 Enrollment Nights 
Online Driver Education
Term 3:         January 7, 2019; 6:00pm; MHS Lecture Hall
Term 4:         March 4, 2019; 6:00pm; MHS Lecture Hall
(Enrollment packets may be picked up in the counselor's office or online under the counselor's corner.)
**Students and parents both need to attend the enrollment meeting.  Please bring your enrollment packet, a writing utensil, and any type of Kansas permit or license you already have to the enrollment meeting.
Spirit Central

Visit Maize High Spirit Central for your Eagle apparel. The store is open before school and from 10:45 a.m - 1:15 p.m. daily. We also have a website for online shopping:  www.mhsspiritcentral.com .

Upcoming Events
Maize High Theatre and Vocal Departments
Proudly Present...

Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
Music by Stephen Flaherty

Maize High Auditorium
November 8 &10 at 7:30 pm
Tickets--$6 students, $ 8 adults
Don't delay--check on these MHS Yearbook details today!  Below you will find information about ordering yearbooks and purchasing senior ads in the 2019 MHS Yearbook.

How can I buy a yearbook?
The 2019 MHS yearbook can be pre-purchased for  $40  through  February 15 . Yearbook prices will  increase  to  $45  from  February 16 to May 4 . Cash or checks made out to MHS Yearbook may be sent to MHS or delivered to Anne Debes, yearbook adviser, in room F39.  Yearbooks can also be purchased with credit or debit card  by going to the Jostens link  jostensyearbooks.com   and selecting our school. The Jostens link offers personalization options for an additional fee, as well as a payment plan. Please note that Jostens lists the initial price of the yearbook as $37.21, but once taxes are added, yearbooks are $40 on the Jostens website, too.  
Skyward  yearbook sales were only an option from July through September, so all sales must now be cash, check, or paid with a card online at  jostensyearbooks.com

Did I already pay for my 2019 yearbook?
Please email adviser Anne Debes at  adebes@usd266.com  if you need to check your yearbook payment status for this year. We are no longer allowed to publish or share the entire list of pre-paid yearbooks due to FERPA privacy regulations.
Do I have to pre-purchase a yearbook, or can I just wait and buy one when they arrive?
We have to know the number of yearbooks to order in advance; this is why yearbooks must be pre-purchased if you want to guarantee that you get one. We do usually have  some  extra yearbooks to sell at distribution time, but this is only if our publisher prints extra copies on their own—we never know how many, if any, will be printed as “extras” to sell. So pre-purchasing is the only way to make sure you get a yearbook!

What if I need financial assistance?
We do have some free yearbooks set aside for students who receive free/reduced lunches. This is a special deal that we have negotiated with Jostens for MHS students who qualify. Please email yearbook adviser Anne Debes at  adebes@usd266.com  if you believe you qualify for a free/reduced yearbook and want to be added to the list.
When will 2019 yearbooks be available for students?
The MHS yearbook covers the entire school year in one bound edition, so it is printed in the summer and available to students in early August. This means that 2019 graduates’ books must be picked up in the MHS front office by the graduates themselves or by friends/family members. (We can mail yearbooks to students whose entire families move out of the area, as well.) Students who bought yearbooks and still attend MHS will receive their books within the first week of school in August 2019.
How can I buy a Senior Ad in the yearbook?
Senior parents should have recently received letters and emails regarding senior ad placement in the 2019 yearbook. Space is still available, so contact adviser Anne Debes at  adebes@usd266.com  if you have questions regarding senior ads.

Please contact adviser Anne Debes at  adebes@usd266.com  if you have questions regarding any of this information. Thanks for supporting our award-winning publication created by students, for students!
Important References

  • Oct. 12 - End of Term 1
  • Oct. 15 - No School - Professional Development Day
  • Nov. 19-23 - No School - Fall Break
To view Maize High School's daily announcements, please visit www.usd266.com . Select Maize High School and under the School tab, click on Daily Announcements.
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MHS Administration
Dr. Chris Botts

Craig Broadbent
Assistant Principal Juniors
Freshmen I - P

Kevin Frye
Assistant Principal
Freshmen R - Z

Sonya Tice
Associate Principal
Freshmen A - H

Eric Wolgast
Athletics/Activities Director

MHS Counseling Department

Betsy Manning
Director of Guidance
Students A - B

Geri Hickerson
Students C - H

Paula Bette
Students I - Q

Jennifer Cashman
Students R - Z

Carly Stamper
Counsleing Administrative Assistant

Kristi Olinger

Diane Close
College and Career Advocate
Principal’s Honor Roll
Term 1
Abby N. Adams
Lindsay J. Adams
Terrin B. Adams
Logan R. Adamson
Mitchell E. Adamson
Madeleyne Alfonso
Brianna L. Allen
Andrew L. Ames
Mea E. Ames
Riley G. Archer
Vin Arellano
Joshua T. Avery
Suzanne J. Avery
Soledad M. Avila
Lucy J. Axmann
Richard D. Bach
Rebecca L. Bailey
Hannah Baker
Madelyn C. Baker
Shivani I. Balram
Kiara O. Barcenas
Abigail E. Barnard
Matthew B. Barnard
Cassidy L. Barr
Cayd H. Barragan
Kynzi R. Barragan
Cora M. Bartlett
Samuel L. Bartlett
Eryn M. Bayliff
Hailey M. Beckmann
Megan Beemer
Rylie M. Becker
Mason R. Belcher
Christian A. Benavides
Ryan D. Bender
Jamie L. Bertha
Michaela J. Birkholz
Elliott L. Bise
Emma E. Bise
Brooke E. Blair
Colby M. Boschert
Eli J. Bothell
Drew K. Bott
Isabella G. Bowdre
Michael C. Boydo
Tyler D. Brackin
Amanda T. Branom
Raelene N. Brewer-Parkey
Samuel C. Broberg
Alexander A. Broyles
Ellissa L. Bruun
Ashlyn S. Bugbee
Taylor L. Bugbee
Kayla A. Burkhardt
Sophia R. Buzard
Alahni M. Caldwell
Edin Cameron
Aidan J. Campbell
Danielle E. Cannizzo
Paige M. Cannon
Abby N. Canupp
Dorothy J. Carnahan
Walter C. Carnahan
Braden J. Carpenter
Bode M. Carter
Alexis S. Cauthon
Caden A. Cauthon
Mina O. Chapman
Gage R. Christiansen
Jamie A. Claeys
Jordan C. Claeys
Austin Clarke
Trinity J. Conn
Emily E. Cordes
Amber N. Cottingham
Caden J. Cox
Faith A. Crabb
Colton D. Crockett
Carlos A. Cross
Alaina J. Cunningham
Terra I. Cutler
Allison T. Dang
Duc N. Danh
Blake E. Davis
Cammie L. Davis
Brooklyn A. DeForeest
Megan D. Denton
Allison P. Dexter
Lillian R. Diaz
Caleb B. Dillon
Gavin Djurovic
Lauren A. Doan
Keira G. Dobbs
Kadyn C. Dohlman
Yessenia A. Dominguez
Isaac Q. Dong
Nicole M. Dowell
Alexis R. Downing
Bridget R. Dulaney
Kael D. Ecord
Zoie D. Ecord
Isabelle L. Edwards
Matthew D. Edwards
Landon W. Ellis
Bailey Ellsworth
Carson L. Elman
Isabelle J. Elmore
Olivia M. Elmore
Ryley M. Elsea
Maximino D. Emerson
Catherine L. Erickson
Payton R. Eskridge
Megan I. Fabrizius
Ella L. Farney
Audrey N. Farrell
Audrey J. Fields
Avery L. Fillmore
Logan M. Forrest
Emily N. Frakes
Janell E. Fuhrman
Lauren E. Fuhrman
Ryan Fullerton
Joel A. Gaddie
Alexandria L. Garcia
Almarosa Garcia
Chasley Garcia
Evelyn Garcia
Hunter N. Garrison
Katelynn E. Gimple
Madison G. Golden
Karley Goracke
Grayson W. Graham
Maici K. Grant
Riley A. Green
Cameron C. Grimes
Logan A. Grindstaff
Kaylynn N. Gromala
Jaxson A. Guillroy
Marta A. Guzman
Thien B. Ha
Noah R. Hale
Ethan J. Hallowell
Cameron R. Hamilton
Daniel Hammett
Jacob C. Hanna
Kaylie E. Hansen
Chloe M. Hanson
Keely K. Hanson
Nathan T. Harding
Brooklyn L. Harrison
Ian G. Headrick
Alyza S. Heeb
Karis M. Helm
Olivia G. Henderson
Mia B. Hennen
Tara J. Herrington
Meredith Herter
Jolei J. Hertzel
Autumn R. Hesslink
Adelyn K. Heuer
EmmaClaire Hicks
Haley A. Hinnenkamp
Sydney I. Holmes
Eric D. Honas
Colton S. Hopkins
Brecken N. Hoskinson
Andrew J. Houseman
Taya J. Howard
Morgan T. Hoyt
Preston J. Hunt
Marco J. Ibarra
Daelynn L. Iceton
Ryan J. Iceton
Taylor A. Ingram
Kaia S. James
Olivia K. Jarboe
Tate D. Johnson
Wren E. Johnson
Keegan Johnston
Konrad C. Kahnert
Alexander J. Karst
Creighton D. Kelley
Julia M. Khamvongsa
Devon A. Koehn
Lillyan G. Koehn
Mallorie E. Koehn
Christian J. Kohl
Felix J. Kopycinski
Derek J. Kratzer
Kelsey M. Kuhl
Cobe C. Kunkel
Madison Lambert
Colby A. Lampkin
Aidan C. Leon
Tina Leung
Jason G. Liang-Lin
Pei Qi Lin
Briauna D. Lindenman
Allison T. Linton
Hayley Liu
Brendon J. Long
Kaden G. Long
Callan T. Longacre
Jeannine A. Lopez
Rebecca G. Losey
Casey M. Loving
Bhavini Mahapatro
Danton J. Malone
Conner Marshall
Ethan C. Marshall
Reese M. Martens
Brady C. Martin
Karina Martinez
Alexandria G. Martinson
Jamie E. Maugans
Riley A. Maugans
Abigail L. McCoy
Kira M. McGrown
Aerica R. McIntosh
Joshua I. McLaughlin
Megan N. McLaughlin
Rachel Meeker
James K. Menges
Jonathan M. Mercer
Elizabeth R. Metcalf
Madison A. Millerskow
Mason S. Miranda
Connor P. Mitchell
Daylen M. Molina-Hadley
Marisa A. Moore
Claire E. Morgan
Tori L. Moss
Samara S. Murphy
Calvin B. Murrell
ArielMaria M. Naputi
Bryce I. Nelson
Brynnalese D. Nelson
Kaitlyn I. Nelson
Justin A. Newberry-Rivera
Hiep T. Nguyen
Phong T. Nguyen
Tiffany T. Nguyen
Johnathon R. Nichols
Kaelyn E. Nichols
William H. Nicolas
Kendall R. Norrod
Liam A. O'Connor
Adondre J. O'Neal
Cadence E. Ohl
Odessa M. Olien
Ivy W. Omondi
Julie R. Onderek
Makenzie L. Owings
Alexandra S. Palmer
Nolan R. Palmer
Gianna M. Parga
Ismael Parga JR
Katelyn J. Parks
Grace E. Pastor
Maddison R. Patry
Londen M. Peebler
Alyson A. Penn
Adrian L. Perez
Elyce M. Pfeifer
Alexander B. Pham
Brekkyn N. Pierce
Hannah I. Piros
Kasidie R. Pope
Bella G. Powers
Melody A. Prater
Allyson K. Prebble
Genna M. Pruter
Gage W. Pucket
Jacob L. Quiggle
Riley D. Quiggle
Savannah M. Read
Chase L. Redd
Ryann M. Redinger
Anna K. Reimer
Elizabeth K. Reimer
Nicholas G. Reiswig
Paige A. Rentschler
Nayeli Reveles
Aenya D. Richards
John P. Richardson
Kennedy S. Richardson
Lily Robison
Laney K. Rogers
Pierson Rogers
Erin M. Rollins
Gabriel Ruder
Valeria A. Salmon
Carter J. Salsbury
Austin E. Sanderson
Denae A. Sawyer
Katherine Scheer
Anjolina M. Schmidt
Jacob C. Schonhoff
Chase A. Schreiner
Austin J. Schultz
Stone Sears
Marshall W. Seiwert
Mary E. Sevart
Aden G. Sheldon
Aria A. Sheldon
Carson J. Shively
Jacob A. Shove
Avery L. Shunatona
Abigail M. Shurts
Logan V. Silliman
Faven F. Simmons
Brandon A. Sisco
Connor J. Sites
Trevor P. Sites
Breeana M. Smith
Dominick A. Smith
Elora M. Sober
Joshua A. Sprowls
Riley P. Stegmaier
Mallory L. Stegman
Alec P. Stephens
Hailey D. Stiverson
Dylan M. Taylor
Kelsey L. Taylor
Luke C. Taylor
Lauren S. Taylor-Vu
Brooke R. Teter
Kelsey G. Thurman
Cameron J. Todd
Sarah T. Truong
Bethany A. Tschosik
Abby R. Turner
Carter A. Turner
Laney F. Turner
Madelyn L. Turner
Kennadee J. Utech
Ashley Valdez
Nicholas G. Vasilescu
Phu T. Vo
Brittany C. Vogel
Carter M. Voigt
Mitchell G. Waggoner
Chase L. Wakefield
Madelyn P. Wedman
Olivia P. Wedman
Aiden C. Werner
Hailey L. West
Dayleon Weyand
Alexia Whitley
Kanani R. Whitney
Lillian A. Williams
Daniel P. Wilson
Hayley A. Wilson
Alexis K. Winegarner
Madison B. Witt
Emma G. Wituk
Hailey L. Woley
Taylor L. Wolgast
Isabelle E. Woodard
Brandon D. Woodruff
Kristin J. Woodruff
Brayden Worden
Abby C. Wray
Grace I. Wunsch
Bailee A. Yocam
Remington H. Young
Paige E. Youngdahl
Brian Yun
Eagle Honor Roll
Term 1
Hunter Aaron
Scott T. Adams
Toria A. Adams
Ginevra Agostini
Jwad A. Albesharat
Emma Alexander
Jaret K. Allen
Olivia P. Allen
Annie E. Allenbach
Taylor S. Alvarez
Mariana Arellano
Taylor N. Arellano
Antonio Arellano Parga
Haylie R. Armes
Sydiney Auten
Breann R. Bables
Rielly J. Bannon
Madelyn B. Barker
Maliyah Barnes
Caden Bartlett
Chloe E. Bartlett
Ceianna M. Bass
Jayden L. Bates
Madison E. Beemiller
Britton P. Beggs
Jayda N. Beltz
Raequan M. Benford
Quade K. Bennett
Lexi J. Berger
Jaydi B. Besse
Jolan L. Besse
Kesav K. Bhakta
Matthew B. Bianco
Gannon Bird
Alanah M. Birkholz
Alyssa M. Birkholz
Olivia M. Bishop
Hannah J. Blair
Madison P. Blair
Megan N. Blair
Bentley L. Blake
Brianna N. Blanton
Brooklyn M. Blasdel
Alyssa B. Blase
Cassidy J. Blew
Aimee R. Blume
Corey A. Blume
Margaret R. Bollinger
Remington J. Boor
Baylor V. Booth
Saylor Booth
Gustavo A. Borges Sousa
Trenton T. Bornhorst
Jack M. Bosley
Madison C. Bowen
William M. Bradford JR
Dylan C. Bradley
Paige Broadhurst
Clara C. Broberg
Taryn J. Brough
Alisha M. Brown
Arissa C. Brown
Autumn J. Brummer
Adren O. Burnett
Clotella M. Burrows
Cheyenne D. Busker
Janna M. Busker
Liliana I. Cabrera
Sally S. Calabria
Jordan L. Cannon
Daniela Cano
Gabriella R. Cardenas
Jaylee M. Cardiff
John J. Carney V
Madeleine J. Carney
Savannah J. Caron
Cora A. Carpenter
Nathan A. Carr
Colin L. Carroll
Dylan L. Carroll
Tanner J. Carter
Mitchael E. Casement
Sebastian Castillo
Gage A. Catron
Ayden C. Chamberlin
Cayden C. Chamberlin
Payton E. Chavez
Kaylee M. Cheng
Miccella S. Chenoweth
Caleb J. Christian
Preven D. Christon
Dylan P. Christopher
Kaitlyn A. Cirkel
Jackson Clagg
Brylee A. Clark
Destin R. Clark
Hunter C. Clark
Kylee B. Clark
Braeden T. Cleary
Cameron N. Cleary
Rylee A. Cleaton
Reina E. Cline
Kailey A. Clinton
Jonah D. Clothier
Noah D. Clothier
Mason L. Cloud
Morgan B. Cloutier
Jersey K. Coffman
Gwyneth R. Conner
Kaden E. Conner
Nevaeh M. Contreras
Corrin E. Conway
Dylan K. Crandall
Clayton J. Crockett
Colby S. Crotchett
Logan H. Crotchett
Caytlin P. Davenport
Kara S. Davenport
Brandon T. Davidson
Madison A. Davis
Nickalus Davis
Trey B. Davis
Kelsey L. Day
Thomas C. Dayley
Isabella M. Del Valle
Kylee V. Delmar
Taylor C. Dettmer
Nicholas D. DeVore
Demitrius R. Dixon
Piercen R. Dooling
Deriq K. Doty
Brandon J. Dowell
Marissa L. Dowell
Peyton N. Downing
Isaiah C. Doyle
Jack H. Dugan
Julianna N. Dupree
Denise M. Duran
Lexi M. Dwyer
Meadow B. Eaton
Hannah Ebaugh
Samuel Ebaugh
Chloe A. Eddins
Brooke N. Edwards
Damiana A. Eklund
Mackenzie L. Elsea
Andrew F. Emanuel
Bronsan W. Emmett
Tyler A. Epp
Tyler Erickson
Joscelyne M. Espinoza
Juan-Carlos Y. Espinoza
Luke D. Fabrizius
Noah M. Fanning
Alexi A. Fernandez
Deven P. Fiegel
Addison L. Fiola
Ethan E. Fisher
Kathryn N. Fisher
Daylan M. Ford
Meredith G. Frahm
Braydon Q. Francis
Alan M. Franco
Makena E. Frazier
Alexandra P. Freige
Samantha J. Fulenwider
Camden N. Fuller
Marin Garcia
Michael X. Garrett JR
Alyssa T. Garrison
Isaiah P. Gayden
Gavin R. Gilbert
Ainsley J. Gilstrap
McKensy A. Glass
Max M. Glaze
Dominic A. Gloria
Abby C. Godfrey
Shane A. Goldsmith
Devin Gomez
Alyssa S. Gonzales
Caitlin L. Gooding
Connor T. Gooding
Joshua P. Gose
Joseph E. Graham
Lainey L. Graves
Trey A. Green
Tabitha A. Greenstreet
Taten A. Gregg
Bailey M. Griffin
Caleb M. Grill
Kyle J. Grill
Alicen B. Grindstaff
Teagen L. Guerrero
Matthew S. Guzman
Kyle Haas
Isabel G. Hadley
Kevin Hale
Vonda S. Hale
Joshua D. Hall
Jaxon R. Hallberg
Kenneth M. Hampton JR
Abigail D. Hanlin
Andrew S. Hanlin
Derek R. Hanson
Noah J. Hanson
Halee M. Harpenau
Dylan T. Harper
Amber L. Harris
Caylie B. Harris
Jaden A. Harris
Jarrett A. Harris
Hattie G. Harshbarger
Madison R. Hay
Aiden L. Headrick
Michael P. Heath
Carley N. Heim
Jordon L. Helm
Landon D. Helm
Bellamy G. Hendricks
Millicent C. Hendricks
Krysta J. Heroux
Brennan D. Hickey
Caleb A. Hicks
Logan W. Hoebener
Chantelle R. Hoekstra
Madysen R. Holcomb
Morgyn E. Holcomb
Cody R. Holden
Jaden D. Holder
Courtleigh Hollenbeck
Alana J. Holt
Caleb J. Holt
Lyndi S. Holt
Savannah M. Horn
Sa'Deja Horne
Brant C. Horning
Kylee M. Howard
Brady A. Hoyt
Cayden S. Hughbanks
Elijah E. Hughes
Raegan Hunter
Jake R. Jackson
Jarod W. Jackson
Jaysi L. Jackson
Isaac B. James
Tanner D. Janovsky
Dominick A. Janzen
Ariana K. Jaquez
Kaden C. Jaso
Arianna N. Jaso-Robinson
Hannah R. Jiminez
Brianna K. Johnson
Christopher R. Johnson
Kendyl H. Johnson
Trenton W. Johnson
Teagan A. Johnston
Jamie L. Joiner
Carter H. Jones
Dayne A. Jones
Halie K. Jones
Stephen M. Jordan III
Thomas A. Jordan
Camden W. Jurgensen
Keegan W. Jurgensen
Bryson J. Keck
Antonio R. Kelley
Clay D. Kelley
Cooper J. Kelley
Coryn E. Kemp
Brandon R. Kerr
Logan S. Kerr
Peyton L. Koehn
Kathryn T. Krantz
Devin Ladehoff
Emily K. Laham
Hallie L. LaMunyon
Xander Landrie
Hailee G. Landwehr
Andrew M. Lane
Kenna A. Lane
Jessalynn Langley
Allison E. Larkin
Emma N. Laughary
Justin S. Le
Jose I. Ledesma
Collin G. Lee
Mackenzie C. Leighton
Alana F. Leiker
Aki M. Lemon
Sydney M. Lentz
Brian E. Leon
Alissa S. LeVardi
Jimmy R. Lewis-Swain
Madilyn A. Lies
Alyssa M. Likins
Emma N. Lippert
Natalie F. Lively
Marissa Llamas
Trinity R. Logsdon
Caden W. Longwell
Tamara Lopez
Zane I. Lovell
Kylie A. Luethje
Kaden D. Luna
Preston M. Luna
Hassan I. Madi
Elyse R. Magnuson
Cora K. Malone
Justice A. Mannie
Elijah M. Maples
Alani J. Marquez
Cece D. Marquez
Savannah Marshall
Tanner D. Marshall
Thomas J. Marshall
Hannah K. Martinez
Ismael Martinez
Jade N. Martinez
Alicia Massie
Ashley N. Massie
Kara B. May
Molly J. McCollum
Bailee C. McConnell
Liam C. McDaniel
Emily K. McGinnis
Miyah N. McGrown
Mitchell S. McIntyre
Sarina A. McLean
Thomas J. McVey
Miguel A. Mendoza-Lopez
Estrella Meraz
Spencer A. Merrill
Kaia K. Messer
Gavin M. Metts
Halee E. Metts
Makenna R. Meyer
Alyssa R. Miller
Baylee N. Miller
Shaden A. Miller
Marissa E. Milner
Tia M. Molina
Peter V. Montgomery
Heaven-Leigh A. Monzingo
Emily A. Moore
Rory C. Morales
Katie E. Moran
Emily M. Murphy
Jared A. Murphy
Trey D. Murphy
Nathaniel I. Naputi
Kayley Nelson
Hiep T. Nguyen
Michael D. Nguyen
Phuong N. Nguyen
Devon L. Nicholson
Kirsten L. Nixon
Haily L. O'Donnell
Tanner B. Ohnmeis
Dyson B. Olien
Madelyn R. Olinger
Amiah K. Oliver
Jared R. Onderek
Adriana L. Ontiveros
Cassandra I. Onwugbufor
Drew J. Otero
Elijah D. Owings
Aynsley Paterson
Derrick J. Payne
Jacob T. Pearce
Aubrey M. Peirce
Zoey K. Peirce
Bailey E. Pendergrass
Selena Perez
Annjolee M. Perkins
Sarah F. Perry
Elijah R. Peters
Seth E. Petersen
Devon V. Phichith
Krista J. Phillips
Kevin J. Phung
Morgan C. Plume
Connor R. Pokorski
Dezirae R. Potter
Hunter R. Pranion
Jaiden A. Price
Tanner R. Prophet
Jennifer M. Prue
Ethan M. Pruitt
Victor M. Quiroz
Devynn A. Raile
Bianca M. Ramirez
Candice F. Ramirez
Debra R. Ramirez
Ian A. Rawley
Emanuel J. Razo
Hope M. Reasoner
Eleazar Recendiz
Mason P. Reed
Rayne V. Rekoske
Austin A. Rey
Nicolas S. Reyes
Caitlyn A. Rice
Isabella F. Richardson
Lexie A. Ridder
Preston M. Ritter
Bainette L. Rivera
Loudine M. Rivera
Stasia A. Roath
Tanner B. Robinson
Kadin W. Rochelle
Jaime Rodriguez-Vila
Haley L. Rogers
Damon Q. Ross
Hailey R. Ross
Kelley A. Ross
Sofia A. Roszel
Kyle S. Rothrock
Marvin J. Rozner III
Mary R. Rozner
Jordan M. Rubio
Alayna S. Runck
Emily M. Ryno
Leslie Salmon-Ordonez
Christian R. Sample
Christian A. Sampson
Lucas C. Sampson
Darlene A. Sanchez
Jonathan R. Sanchez
Joshua A. Sanchez
Hannah M. Sandoval
Isaac A. Sandoval
Elijah M. Santiago-Marquez
Kye M. Scheufler
Cole D. Schieffer
Samuel M. Schmidt
Caitlon R. Schulte
Alic J. Schumacher
Broc M. Schumacher
Emily K. Scott
Morgan R. Scott
Shane E. Sears
Cole A. Segraves
Izaevion S. Segura
Sierra M. Sewell
John K. Shaar
Jonathan A. Shawver
Maxwell A. Shea
Maya V. Sherman
Donovan J. Shinkle
Chase A. Shogren
Dakota M. Shook
Dawn A. Shuler
Daniel Q. Sickler II
Bradley R. Sidener
Keighton M. Siebert
Shannon I. Simpson
Francisco G. Sipes
Emma E. Small
Haley A. Smith
Keegan J. Smith
Miranda L. Smith
Maggie Snell
Kyerra A. Snyder
Hannah S. Soderstrom
Olivia A. Speagle
Cole A. Sphar
Derek D. Sramek
Tate W. Stadler
Elysia R. Stafford
Claire D. Staggs
Foster W. Stallbaumer
Addison T. Stamper
Braden T. Stamper
Garett V. Stanley
Isaac J. Stanton
Noah A. Stanton
Vivian Steffan
Caitlyn T. Stephens
Carson J. Stephens
Kellen J. Stillings
Todd J. Stover
Kaden K. Stribling
Kaelyn J. Strunk
Elise R. Stucky
Brandle F. Studevan JR
Aryssa J. Tabtab
Anica R. Tang
Makayla N. Tanner
Morgan M. Thomas
Braeden C. Thompson
Braxton E. Thompson
Zachary G. Tiemeyer
Adrian T. Triana
Colby Underkofler
Madison R. Underkofler
Amanda L. Upshaw
Avery P. Valencia
Alexis N. Van Echaute
Nicholas C. Van Echaute
Collin J. Van Ness
Haley M. Vasquez
Tadi S. Vaughn
Jadeon A. Vermillion
Vaughn P. Vest
Ann N. Vick
Christian S. Vilmain
Logan T. Voran
Brooke A. Wade
Aaron W. Wagner
Anna M. Walker
Dakota A. Wallace
Destiny M. Wallis
Drew E. Wardell
Briana C. Warner
Aaron Watkins
Jacobb M. Weber
Jarodd L. Weber
Taige Webster
Alysia N. Weible
Ariana N. Weible
Riley E. Wertz
Alexis M. West
Connor L. West
Hannah R. West
Carson B. Wheeler
Caiden G. Whipp
Brielle J. White
Maisie M. Whyte
Lydia E. Wiglesworth
Kaylee L. Wilcox
Spencer D. Will-Gallegos
Delaiah L. Willett
Dylon J. Willett
Makenna Williams
Kara A. Wilson
Natalie D. Wilson
Sophia S. Wilson
Zachary R. Winegarner
Dylan L. Wittorff
Sencere D. Wolke
Gage A. Wood
Charly A. Woods
Crosby A. Woods
Gavin M. Wright
Kylie K. Yates
Jonas A. Ybarra
Jini A. Yun
Jocelyn J. Zambrano
Carmella A. Zantop
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