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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Students of the Month

Honored students

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Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its April students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: seventh grader Kayla Vang, daughter of Boua Yang and Laura Vang, and senior Linna Lee, daughter of Kaying and Xee Lee.
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Exeter Junior and Senior High School Students of the Fourth Quarter are pictured above. From left, are: seventh grader Madison Davis; eighth grader Harmony Horn; senior Kong Lee; sophomore Chris Smith; freshman Sydney Carpenter; and junior Sasha Taylor.
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Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its March students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: seventh grader Catherine Haase, daughter of Eugene and Doris Haase, and senior Hli Yang, daughter of Toua and Chao Yang.
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Trevor McClintock and Jennifer Allison have been selected as Eureka Springs Elks Lodge #1042's students of the third quarter. They are pictured above with John Childers.
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Cassville High School students who were nominated for the Eureka Springs, Ark., Elks Lodge #1042's Student of the Third Quarter Award are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Erica Chaney, Brittany Garland, Brett Cochran, Courtney Rasmussen, Hannah Herbert, Laura Lopez and Brittany Sanchez. Second row: Kota Mueller, Braiden Vaught, Trevor McClintock, Isaiah Herbert and Zach Denton. Absent from the photo, are: Austin Mayes, Connor Redmon, Walker Perez, Rhiannon Miller and Jennifer Allison.
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Photo submitted Purdy Middle School Principal Janet Boys announced March Students of the Month. Each month the middle school core class teachers nominate one student from each grade level, fifth through eighth. Pictured from left, are: Madison Easley, eighth grade, nominated by Gary West, teacher, Megan Bound, seventh grade, nominated by Heather Romine, teacher, Jasmine Canales, sixth grade, nominated by Ryan Kaden, teacher, and Heather Greenway, fifth grade, nominated by Kim Hall, teacher. Students of the Month received a certificate of accomplishment and an invitation to lunch with the principal at Mazzio's.
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Photo submitted Scott Regional Technology Center has announced their students of the third quarter. Students in the p.m. class, in the front row, from left, are: Cory Bruton, Carl Hutsell, Daylee Morris, Jacob Smith, Francisco Lara, and Anna Buckley. Back row: Virginia Higdon, Sara McCullough, Jeremy Maldonado, Wylie Weathermon, Raymond Sanders, and Berkley Shepard. Not pictured was: Ana Campos, Alexandra (Lexi) Witt, James Cash and Gailynn Burkett.
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Photo submitted Scott Regional Technology Center has announced their students of the third quarter. Students in the a.m. class, in the front row, from left, are: Cheyenne Short, Codie Tillisch, Cole Walden, Dakota Eraas, Gerbin Solis, Laura Lopez, and Cole (Justin) Wells. Back row: Christian Magallanes, Paige Bowerman, Meranda Granados, Conor Launius, Brandon Vermillion, Isaac Taylor, Nicole Barnes, and Chad Larson. Not pictured was Kevin Soto.
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April character students Several Exeter students were recently recognized for displaying exemplary character. April's honor students were selected based on their ability to demonstrate perseverance. Pictured above, in the front row, from left, are: Sandra Dunbar, Cordelia Walker, Jed Dillon, Aaron Beck, Sabastion Miller, Izaiah Edwards, Summer Burwell, and Bryden Vose. Second row: Logan Rayburn, Jared Lee, Matthew Corn, Brianna Edwards, Jacob Peterson and Angelina Miller. Third row: Michaela Hall, Ethan Robbins, Chris Oxford, Dawson Lasseter, Jacob Foster and Artie Cole. Absent from the photo is Jude Still and Destiney Martin.
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March Character Kids named Several Exeter students were recognized for displaying exemplary character in March. Honored students were selected based on their ability to demonstrate leadership. In the front row, from left, are: Shea Hilburn, Zachary George, Joseph Hatfield, Shaylee Phillips, Rain Xiong and Emilia Hatfield. Second row: Tristan Stringer, Kyla Dicharo, Jasmine Hall, Peyton Rayburn. Jamison Nichols, Cooper Patterson and Cameron Weston. Back row: Macy Barrett, Krysta Rawlings, Siera Dunham, Austin Mielke, Lindsey Nelson and Dalton Blake.
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February Character Kids named Several Exeter students were recognized for displaying exemplary character in February. Honored students were selected based on their ability to demonstrate trustworthiness. In the front row, from left, are: Corey King, Levi Gautney, Morgan Zinn, Dalten Reed, Tanner Raney, Carson Antle, Sage Grimes and Skyy Xiong. In the second row: Corey Hilburn, Henry Reed, Dakota Hood, Marlen Favela, Emily Sandlin, Austin Mattingly, Kelsey Vasey and Kyle Herron. In the back row: Clayton Rose, Riley Rowden, Camille Kho, Tori Rose, Jon Blankenship and Hailey Mattingly. Not pictured is Kason Nelson.
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Photo submitted Purdy Elementary Principal Jeff Swadley has announced character education medal winners for February. In partnership with elementary counselor, Gary Jurgensen, Purdy's kindergarten through fourth grade teachers present a different character trait each month. At the end of the month each teacher nominates one student who best exemplifies the trait presented. These students receive character medals. Area businesses display posters reinforcing each month's message. In February, students focused on respect. Medal winners, pictured in the front row, from left, are: Eric Garcia, Dayten Farris, Cynthia Villa and Brandon Lee. Second row: Naomi Salazar, Hillary Yang, Esdras Juarez, M'Kena Propps and Sophia Hutchens. Back row: Jeff Swadley, elementary principal, Eduardo Rodriguez, Samantha Ellis, Sierra Hutchens and Glenn Terry, maintenance director. Not present for the picture, was Madison Dent.
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Photo submitted Purdy Middle School Principal Janet Boys announced February Students of the Month. Each month the middle school core class teachers nominate one student from each grade level, fifth through eighth. Pictured above, from left, are: Selena Hang, eighth grade, Jeanay Price, teacher; Layne Skiles, seventh grade, Misty Smith, teacher; Araseli Meza, sixth grade, Ryan Kaden, teacher; and Savanah Yarber, fifth grade, Kim Hall, teacher. The students received a certificate of accomplishment and an invitation to lunch at Mazzio's with Janet Boys, principal.
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Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its February students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: freshman Vanessa Cook, daughter of Clarence and Monica Cook; and senior Steven Hendrix, son of Staci Price and Joe Hendrix.
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Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its January students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: Robbie Pointer, son of Robert and Esther Pointer; and Samantha Sherwood, daughter of Jonathan and Cindy Sherwood.
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Preston Thompson, a senior at Cassville High school, has been named as a student of second quarter at the Scott Regional Technology Center (SRTC). Preston works at the sheltered workshop in Monett and takes part in SRTC's Work Experience Program (WEP). "Students of the quarter are selected because they have a strong work ethic, positive attitude, excellent attendance and a willingness to work hard," said Geneva Blue, Work Experience Program coordinator. "Preston Thompson exemplifies all of those fine qualities and more. I'm very proud of his work and his excellent character. His parents and Cassville High School teachers should be very proud." Preston plans on working at the sheltered workshop after graduating from Cassville High School. Photo courtesy of Geneva Blue.
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Scott Regional Technology Center in Monett has named its students of the second quarter for the 2012-13 school year. Selected students from the morning classes are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Cole Wells, of Crane; Slater Childress, Levi Pendergrass, Dayton Adams, and Kaleigh Brown, all of Aurora; Eddie Marcano, of Cassville; Dillon Fear, of Mt. Vernon; and Steve Faucett and Kai-Lee Howard, both of Miller. Second row: Angelina Ford, of Southwest; Tanesha Eden, of Monett; Ashley Lowery, of Purdy; Kailee Essary, of Crane; Jorie Nichols and Marissa Delmoral, both of Mt. Vernon; and Karen Quinonez, of Miller. Ford is participating in the Work Experience Program. Lowery is studying childcare, and Marcano is in the culinary program. Selected students from the afternoon classes are pictured below. In the front row, from left, are: Danny O'Neill, of Aurora; Chance Reynolds, of Pierce City; Darby Craig, of Aurora; Crystal Baker, of Monett; Shelby Sewell and Waylon Grimes, both of Cassville; Josh Kruger, of Verona; and Megan Ebright, of Marionville. Second row: Kim Davis, of Monett; Joe Janes, of Aurora; Larry Patterson, of Verona; Andrew Mabe, of Marionville; Lupe Renteria and Jacob Salas, both of Monett. Absent from the photo are: Preston Thompson, of Cassville; and Mitchel Carlin, of Monett. Thompson is participating in the Work Experience Program. Sewell is an auto technology student, and Grimes is studying diesel technology.
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Exeter Junior and Senior High School Students of the Second Quarter are pictured above. From left, are: freshman Lindsey Wubker, sophomore Billie Belt, junior Matthew Dallis, senior Tyler Dallis, eighth grader Lanna Burnette, and seventh grader Reanna Berry.
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Emily Brewer and Taylor Dodson have been selected as Eureka Springs Elks Lodge #1042's students of the second quarter. They are pictured above with John Childers.
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Cassville High School students who were nominated for the Eureka Springs, Ark., Elks Lodge #1042's Student of the Second Quarter Award are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Brittany Sanchez, Alyssa Pearman, Emily Brewer, Skylar Lowe and Cassidy Larson. Back row: Tyler Flowers, Cameron Koehler, Taner Wright, Taylor Dodson and Halcyon Moua. Absent from the photo is Abby Calhoun.
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Photo submitted Purdy Middle School Principal Janet Boys announced December Students of the Month. Each month the middle school core class teachers nominate one student from each grade level, fifth through eighth. Pictured above, from left, are: Maria Cecenas, fifth grade, Kim Hall teacher; Eric Aguilar, sixth grade, Barbara Warnick, teacher; Mariela Torres, Misty Smith, teacher; and Kaden Propps, eighth grade, Ryan Kaden, teacher. The students received a certificate of accomplishment and an invitation to lunch at Mazzio's with Janet Boys, principal.
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Several Exeter students were recognized for displaying exemplary character in January. Honored students were selected based on their ability to demonstrate cooperation. Pictured above, in the front row, from left, are: Kyera Vose, Blake Reed, Wyatt Lemons, Alexis Rayburn, Hallie Mae Woods, Emma Sorensen, Kara Myddelton, Cole Herron and Daymian Jimenez. Second row: Dylan Hobbs, Alivia Cassidy, Cassie Gomez, Ali Daniels-Arivett, Dakota Vasey and Ryan Antle. Third row: Braiden Stewart, Yvonne Bradford, Shayla Sports, Jordan Eagan, Brennan Sorensen, Jordan Corter, Summer Tackett and Austin Cowherd. Absent from the photo is Alyssa Dillon.
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Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its December students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: Matthew Hickman, song of Joe Hickman and Anita Anderson; and Savina Vang, daughter of Shelly Yang.
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Photo submitted Purdy Elementary Principal Jeff Swadley has announced character education medal winners for December. Purdy's kindergarten through fourth grade teachers, in partnership with elementary counselor Gary Jurgensen, teach a different character trait each month. At the end of the month each grade level nominates three students who best exemplify the trait presented. These students receive character medals from Swadley. Area businesses display posters reinforcing each month's message. In December, students focused on generosity. Medal winners, pictured in the front row, from left, are: Ryan Mitchell, Cristian Villa, Kyle Bowman, Gracie Patton, Raeley Henderson and Audrey Robinson. Second row: Addy Abramovitz, Alli Hayes, Zarin Barkhoff and Melissa Lee. Back row: Jeff Swadley, elementary principal; Anna Pippin, Katrina Lee, Jaci Moore and Gary Jurgensen, elementary counselor.
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Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its December students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: eighth grader Hilsden Moseley, son of Jay and Natalie Moseley; and junior Logan Tate, son of Jerry and Kasey Tate.
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Photo submitted Purdy Middle School has announced November Students of the Month. Each month the middle school core class teachers nominate one student from each grade level, fifth through eighth grades. Students of the Month are pictured above, from left: Audrey Hancock, eighth grade; Rylee Moller, seventh grade; Becky Keesaman, sixth grade; and Shelby Haskins, fifth grade. Students receive a Certificate of Accomplishment and an invitation to lunch at Mazzio's with Janet Boys, principal.
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Exeter students show character Several Exeter students were recognized for displaying exemplary character in December. Honored students were selected based on their ability to demonstrate respect. Pictured above, in the front row, from left, are: Garrett Hoppes, Lily Robbins, Lacy Norris, Ruth Walker, Gretzky Lee, Clayton Ennis, Nathan Todd, Colter Woods, Carter Mattingly and Dusty Cowherd. Second row: Hunter Reed, Trenton Norris and Madison Crumpler. Third row: Samuel Hunter, Ibhet Alcaraz, Bailey Hutson, Thomas Headley, Leah Holden, Muriel Horn, Hank Woods, Wyatt Hoppes and Clayton Elders. Absent from the photo is Jayden James.
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The Purdy Middle School has announced October Students of the Month. Each month the middle school core class teachers nominate one student from each grade level, fifth through eighth. Students receiving the honor, pictured above, from left, are: Allyson Cowan, eighth grade; Jose Cecenas, seventh grade; Alexis Rivera, sixth grade; Kahleb Dotson, fifth grade; and Janet Boys, middle school principal.
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Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its October students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: junior Yia Yang, son of Toua and Chao Yang; and freshman Jade Lamproe, son of Darlene Lamproe.
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November Character Kids named November Character kids at Exeter Elementary School are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Olivia Garner, Natalie Crumpler, Kayla Wisdom, Rebecca Patterson, Owen Snell, Ryan Norris, Noah Ennis, Jarrett Dombroski and Coby Johnston. Second row: Maya Martinez, Joshua Flores, Lane Bradford, Aubree Reed, Michael Gilliland and Levi Hinter. Third Row: Payton Thompson, Taylor Headly, Riley Still, Rebecca Barton, Trinity Rathbun, Alivia Dillon, Nicholas George, Michelle Martinez, Joseph Beck and Halie Nelson. The character word for the month was responsibility.
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Exeter's Students of the Quarter named Exeter's Students of the Quarter for the first quarter are pictured above. From left, are: Janeca Holland, senior; Amy Alverson, freshman; Trevor Nelson, seventh grade; Michael Brattin, junior; Lydia Alverson, sophomore; and Zella Boyd, eighth grade.
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PURDY STUDENT OF THE MONTH Purdy Middle School has announced September Students of the Month. Each month the middle school core class teachers nominate one student from each grade level, fifth through eighth grade. Pictured above, from left, are: Mario Granados, eighth grade; Mikey Schad, seventh grade; Makenzie Crumpler, sixth grade; Elizabeth Hoffman, fifth grade; and Janet Boys, middle school principal.
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Purdy Elementary Principal Jeff Swadley has announced character education medal winners for October. Purdy's kindergarten through fourth grade teachers, in partnership with elementary counselor Gary Jurgensen, teach a different character trait each month. At the end of the month, each grade level nominates three students who best exemplify the trait presented. These students receive character medals from Swadley. Area businesses display posters reinforcing each month's message. In October, students focused on honesty. October medal winners, in the front row, from left, are: Waylon Morgan, Leanna Moore, Riley Rupp and Madelyn Saunders. Second row: Emilee Coffey, Tatum Burt, Ethan Moore and Geovanni DeLeon. Back row: Carlee Deditius, Daxton Henry, Paul Oldnettle, Heidi Sehrbrock and Jeff Swadley, elementary principal. Not present for the picture, was Matthew Cornelius.
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CHS Student of the First Quarter nominees Cassville High School students who were nominated for the Eureka Springs, Arkl., Elks Lodge #1042's Student of the First Quarter Award are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Krissy Albert, Jennifer Allison, Kellie Doyle, Autumn Lawrence, Courtney Rasmussen, Brianna Robertson, Kelsey Roney, Brittany Sanchez and Deidre Westpheling. Back row: Anthony Harris, Chris Hinebaugh, Cameron Koehler, Wil LeCompte, Clay Lone, Trevor McClintock, Josh Michael, Halcyon Moua and Jacob Young. Absent from the photo are: Briar Meek, Levi Sisco and Nikki Thompson.
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Wil LeCompte have been selected as Eureka Springs Elks Lodge #1042's students of the first quarter. John Childers presented the students with honorary certificates on Nov. 5.
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Purdy Elementary Principal Jeff Swadley has announced character education medal winners for September. Purdy's kindergarten through fourth grade teachers, in partnership with elementary counselor Gary Jurgensen, teach a different character trait each month. At the end of the month, each grade level nominates three students who best exemplify the trait presented. These students receive character medals from Swadley. Area businesses display posters reinforcing each month's message. In September, students focused on cooperation. September medal winners, in the front row, from left, are: Julia McDonald, Bosten Goetz, Mylee Stumph, Lydia Godsey, Marlene Villa and Carson Burt. Back row: Jeff Swadley, elementary principal; Lucas Maddocks, Dally Craig, Valeria Hernandez, Mason Harkey, Joey Biloki, Jazmin Rueda, Gary Jurgensen, elementary counselor; and Sydney Rea.
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Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its September students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: junior Mariah Kochell, daughter of Eden and Michelle Shaw; and freshman Meng Yang, son of Toua and Chao Yang.
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Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its August students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: eighth grade student Karlee Mason, daughter of Clint and Cheryl Mason; and sophomore Kelly Alvarado, daughter of Max and Onory Alvarado.
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Purdy Elementary Principal Jeff Swadley has announced character education medal winners for September. Purdy's kindergarten through fourth grade teachers, in partnership with elementary counselor Gary Jurgensen, teach a different character trait each month. At the end of the month, each grade level nominates three students who best exemplify the trait presented. These students receive character medals from Swadley. Area businesses display posters reinforcing each month's message. In September, students focused on cooperation. September medal winners, in the front row, from left, are: Julia McDonald, Bosten Goetz, Mylee Stumph, Lydia Godsey, Marlene Villa and Carson Burt. Back row: Jeff Swadley, elementary principal; Lucas Maddocks, Dally Craig, Valeria Hernandez, Mason Harkey, Joey Biloki, Jazmin Rueda, Gary Jurgensen, elementary counselor; and Sydney Rea.
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Exeter students show outstanding character Exeter Elementary School students were recently recognized for displaying exemplary character. Honored students were selecting based on their ability to demonstrate the meaning of caring or showing concern, compassion or empathy for others and looking after others. Pictured above, in the front row, from left, are: Kylee Cole, Adalyn Yang, Dawnee Sorensen, Zach Lee ,Makenzi Reed,Davin Roscum, Alyssa Whisenhunt, Coby Joyhnston, Hailey Lawrence and Dharma Horn. Second row: Ben Morris, Aubry Antle, Isabelle Lee, Kylie Dillon, Danielle Martinez, Korbin Mahurin, Nathan Tackett, Sarah Mattingly, Amy Cunningham and Summer Rayburn. Third row: Aubrie Graham, Casey Ball, Haylee Hobbs, Whitney Koenig, Bobby Fletcher and Joseph Davis.
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EHS students of the fourth quarter The Exeter High School faculty has selected the school's top students of the fourth quarter. Students were selected based on grades and overall performance. Pictured above, from left, are: Casey Oxford, seventh grade; Amy Alverson, eighth grade; Travis Raney, freshman; Emily Wiseley, sophomore; Cotton Reed, junior; and Mikel Thomas, senior.
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CMS students of the month Cassville Middle School recently released the names of its April Students of the Month. Pictured above, from left, are: eighth grade students Jena Hilburn and Kelly Aldaba; seventh grade students Abby Buntin and Gilbert Medina; and sixth grade students Josie Lone and Garret Knight.
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Exeter students show outstanding character Exeter Elementary School students were recently recognized for displaying exemplary character. Pictured above, in the front row, from left, are: Jedidiah Dillon, Heaven Taylor, Alyssa Whisenhunt, Kara Myddleton, Emma Sorensen, Brooklynn Mitchell, Hailie Eaton, Kyera Vose, Natalie Crumpler and Dakota Hood. Second row: Matthew Corn, Hank Baldwin, Brennan Sorensen, Maycee Blake, Laura Kester, Brianna Edwards, Macy Barrett, Maya Martinez and Jacob Peterson.
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SK character award winners Shell Knob School's character word for the month of April was "dependability." Students who received the monthly character award are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Noah Sawyer, Rafe Munday and Audrey Boggs. Second row: Jamie Watts, Dakota Davis, Rachel Steinmann, Linda Brownsberger and Ashlee Muller. Third row: Kayleigh Shinn, Willie Hampton, Dane Hampton, Kane Kellner, Noah Hadlow, Kaileigh Gorski and Zach Denton.
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PHS students of the third quarter The Purdy High School faculty and student council recently awarded the school's students of the fourth quarter honors. Pictured above, from left, are: sophomore Kelton Mattingly, junior Madison Vice, senior Addy Roller and freshman Robbie Moody.
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EHS students of the third quarter The Exeter High School faculty has selected the school's top students of the third quarter. Students were selected based on grades and overall performance. Pictured above, from left, are: eighth grader Renz Kho, seventh grader Jerry Butts, sophomore Rayanna Faire, freshman Baillie O'Neill, junior Mason Weston and senior Kandace Norman.
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WHS students of the month Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its April students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: sophomore Yia Yang, son ot Toua and Chao Yang; and Marley Sherwood, daughter of Jonathan and Cindy Sherwood.
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CMS Students of the Month named Cassville Middle School students recently named as Students of the Month for March are pictured above. In the first row, from left, are: Abby Lasley and Kevin Bickford. Second row: Casey Ellis-Dunbar and Jesse Hursh. Third row, Trever Supulver and Leigh Cox.
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PMS students of the month Purdy Middle School recently released the names of its March Students of the Month. Middle school students recognized are pictured above. From left, are: fifth grade student Vanessa Salazar, sixth grade student Yakeline Avila, seventh grade student Saima Akhtar and eighth grade student Brooke Farris.
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SK character award winners Shell Knob School's character word for the month of March is "trustworthiness." Students who received the monthly character award are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Cole Watts, Dennin Walton and Michael Rich, kindergarten. Second row: Caden Price, third grade; Alex Winborn and Kylie Martin, first grade; Avery Crain, second grade; and London Newton, kindergarten. Third row: Sierra Crow, eighth grade; Kelsey Price, seventh grade; Mary Hayse, fifth grade; Ali Crownhart, fourth grade; and Seth Larson, sixth grade. Students who earned awards for demonstrating trustworthiness on the school bus were also honored. Those students are pictured below. In the front row, from left, are: Chloe Parsons, Hailey Konsdorf, Taylor Forrest and Kyler McDonald. Second row: Jordan Beck, Levi Albertson, Bayleigh Shinn, Mary Hayes, Dustin Trent, Ben Hayes and Kaitlyn Grayum.
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WHS students of the month Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its March students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: Linna Lee, daughter of Kaying and Xee Vang Lee; and Vanessa Cook, daughter of Clarence and Monica Cook.
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CMS students of the month Cassville Middle School recently released the names of its February Students of the Month. Middle school students recognized were sixth grade students Madilyn Stokes and Joshua Schreiner, seventh grade students Kaylyn Bryant and Ying Thao and eighth grade students Abby Calhoun and Paofue Vang. Pictured above, in the front row, from left, are: Vang and Calhoun. Second row: Thao and Bryant. Third row: Schreiner and Stokes. [Order this photo]
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PHS students of the third quarter The Purdy High School faculty and student council recently awarded the school's students of the third quarter honors. Pictured above, from left, are: sophomore Tanner Marshall, senior Alejandra Gomex, junior Susan Vang and freshman Juaquin Robles.
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SK character award winners Shell Knob School's character word for the month of March is "self-discipline." Students who received the monthly character award are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Carlee Carroll, second grade; Rileigh Rickard, first grade; Jesamyn Russell, kindergarten and Nicole Ray, first grade. Back row: Allen Boston, eighth grade; RJ Elliott, seventh grade; Faith Mitts, fourth grade; and Chris Lemp, fifth grade. Absent from the photo are: Olivia Elliott, third grade; and Madi Olbertz, sixth grade. Students who earned awards for demonstrating self-discipline on the school bus were also honored. Those students are pictured below. In the front row, from left, are: Isaiah Larson, first grade; Rayven Carlsen, second grade; Lily Carlsen, first grade; Chris Lemp, fifth grade; and Jesamyn Russell, kindergarten. Back row: Kory Rigby, eighth grade; Kaitlynn Grayum, sixth grade; Abi Burdine, sixth grade; Kelsey Price, seventh grade; Montana Bridges, fifth grade; and Ali Crownhart, fourth grade.
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Exeter students show outstanding character Exeter Elementary School students were recently recognized for displaying exemplary character. Exeter's character word for the month of March was "honesty." Recognized students are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Kylie Dillon, Jessica James, Corey King, Owen Snell, Jarrett Dombroski, Zachary George, Wyatt Lemons and Abby Lemons. Second row: Wyatt Hoppes, Levi Gautney, Artie Cole, Lane Bradford, Austin Mattingly, Joseph Beck and Davin Roscom. Third row: Braiden Stewart, Austin Rayburn, Kaylie Hunter, Neda Lawrence, Leah Holden and Clayton Elders.
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PMS students of the month Purdy Middle School recently released the names of its February Students of the Month. Middle school students recognized are pictured above. From left, are: eighth grader Randi Lowery, seventh grader Esvin Rodriquez, sixth grader Kevin Villa and fifth grader Shelby Heston.
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Honored student Democrat Photo Gage Holloway, son of Kevin Holloway and Adena Cox-Holloway, has been selected as Eureka Springs Elks Lodge #1042's student of the third quarter. Gage has has consistently achieved the principal's list and honor roll at Cassville. He has also held officer positions in the following student organizations: student council, secretary; National Honor Society, vice president; FBLA, treasuer; science club, president; and student political organization, president. Gage attended Missouri Boys State during his high school career. In his free time, he enjoys reading and running. He has worked as a dock hand at Kings River Marina. Gage is pictured above with John Childers, of Eureka Springs Elks Lodge #1042.
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Student of the quarter Democrat Photo Mikhaila Burbridge has been selected as Eureka Springs Elks Lodge #1042's student of the third quarter. Mikhaila, daughter of Ramona Thompson and Kevin Burbridge, has been active in FFA, SADD and choir. She has served as a volunteer for Special Olympics, the junior senior prom and Global Youth Service Day. She also performed in the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) band during DARE graduation. Mikhaila has earned the follow awards: academic award; Above and Beyond certificate; choir letter; FFA Greenhand Award and Team Spirit Award. She is active in her church youth group and Smokebusters and has worked at Walmart, Roaring River State Park and Pizza Hut. Mikhaila is pictured above with John Childers, of Eureka Springs Elks Lodge #1042.
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CHS Student of the Third Quarter nominees Democrat Photo Several Cassville High School students were nominated for the Eureka Springs Elks Lodge #1042's Student of the Third Quarter Award. Pictured above, in the front row, from left, are: Kristeen Albert, Brittany Benninger, Sami Borushaski, Hannah Herbert, Spencer House and Brooke Williams. Second row: Paighton Brock, Mikhaila Burbridge, Keisha Corn, Lauren Fitzpatrick and Alexandra Hang. third row: Ian Cowfer, Alex Hare, Chris Hinebaugh, Gage Holloway, Cole McCann, Kreg Myers, Fuchi Thao and Evan White. Absent from the photo are: Adrianna Fine and Marissa Lekarczyk.
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WHS students of the month Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its February students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: Kayela Crocker, daughter of Larry Crocker; and Kelly Alvarado, daughter of Max and Onory Alvarado.
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PMS students of the month Purdy Middle School recently released the names of its January Students of the Month. Middle school students recognized are pictured above. From left, are: eighth grader Mikala Fletcher, seventh grader Rion Boyd, sixth grader Lacy Lowe and fifth grader McKayla Burnside.
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CMS students of the month Cassville Middle School recently released the names of its January Students of the Month. Middle school students recognized were sixth grade students Jesse Edie and Caden Swearingen, seventh grade students Savannah Clere and Kyle Ruark and eighth grade students Abby Rose and Tyler Speakman. Pictured above, from left, are: Swearingen, Clere, Ruark, Speakman, Rose and Edie. [Order this photo]
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Exeter students show outstanding character Exeter Elementary School students were recently recognized for displaying exemplary character. Exeter's character word for the month of February was "perseverance." Recognized students are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Jamison Nichols, Jacob Lawrence, Skyy Xiong, Sabastion Miller, Graham Hutson, Madison Meek, Blake Reed, Victor Sutton and Dalten Reed. Second row: Thomas Headley, Dylan Hobbs, Desintey Martin, Ethan Mahurin, Zebidiah Jones, Garrett Hoppes, Summer Rayburn, Henry Reed and Levi Hunter. Third row: Trinity Rathbun, Jozee Sorensen, Shayla Sports, Jacob Foster and Ethan Caddell.
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WHS students of the month Wheaton Junior and Senior High School has announced its January students of the month. Pictured above, from left, are: Kaden David, son of Gennifer and Eric David; and Monica Conquest, sister of Tessi Conquest.
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SK character award winners Shell Knob School's character word for the month of January is "attitude." Students who received the monthly character award are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Jozee Riepl, Lorelei Cook, Justice Cox, Bradyn Hayes and Phillip Mason. Back row: Montana Bridges, Quentin Steinmann, Kyle Johnson, Emily Thornborrow, Kory Rigby, Josh Wilson and Kloey Dias. Those students are pictured below. In the front row, from left, are: Noah Sawyer, Holly Wisely, Domenic Good, Trevor Mitts, Xander Thomason and Dalton Anderson. Back row: Ransom Robbins, Randy Robbins, Willie Hampton, Jarek Harbottle, DeAnna Hixon, Emily Thornborrow and Seth Larson.
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Students of the second quarter Democrat Photo Austin Deffenbaugh and Kelsey Vollenweider have been selected as Eureka Springs Elks Lodge #1042's students of the second quarter. Deffenbaugh, son of Bob and Lisa Deffenbaugh, has been active in soccer, baseball and his church's Good Neighbor Group, which provides assistance to elderly individuals in the local community. Deffenbaugh has earned most valuable soccer player honors and achieved the all-district choir all four years of his high school career. He is also a member of National Honor Society, a four-year honor roll student and has achieved the CHS academic letter four consecutive years. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, reading, playing guitar, hiking and performing community service by offering trash collections, tutoring and winter weather clean-up services. Vollenweider, daughter of Mark and Melissa Vollenweider, has been active in Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), FBLA, art club, softball and basketball. She has earned all-district softball honors and achieved several awards at the Big 8 Art Show. Vollenweider is also a member of National Honor Society, an honor roll student and has earned academic letters and awards during her high school career. Last year, she werved as the junior CHS Tip-Off candidate. Her hobbies include reading, music, art, hiking and volunteering in the Cassville United Methodist Church nursery, food pantry and senior box program. She recently signed a letter of intent to play softball at Baker University in Baldwin City, Kan. Pictured above, from left, are: Vollenweider; Charles Smith, of Elks Lodge #1042; and Deffenbaugh. [Order this photo]
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CHS Student of the Second Quarter nominees Democrat Photo Several Cassville High School students were nominated for the Eureka Springs Elks Lodge #1042's Student of the Second Quarter Award. Pictured above, in the front row, from left, are: Emily Brewer, Makayla Coleman, Ali Hanson, Kailey Johnson, Nicole McGuffey, Lindsay Nolan, Claudia Riveria, Audra Shumaker and Kelsey Vollenweider. Back row: Jeremy Agans, Kyle Burbridge, Caleb Clere, Austin Deffenbaugh, Taylor Dodson, Dakota Farris, Wyatt Lopez, Connor Redmon and Hunter Speakman. Absent from the photo is Josie Hilburn. [Order this photo]

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