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May 20, 2010

SCR-I Academic Awards Night Honors Student Achievements

Scotland County R-I High School honored student achievements and awarded collegiate scholarships during the 2010 SCR-I Awards Night held May 10th.

Ms. Dustin Harper presented visual arts awards to Kelly Lister, Marissa Bair, Tori Whitaker, Wyatt Kice, Monte Sally, Sammi Tobler, Abbey Duley, Allen Bence, Sarah Garrett, Mark Johnson, Brittney Cochran, Lorrin McBee and Vocal & Instrumental Music awards were presented by instructor Jamie Hicks to Jordan Fulk, Samara Brush, Augusta Purvis, Catie Shalley, Shelby Westhoff, Brock Bondurant, Mark Johnson, Drew Miller, Derrick Muntz, Ben Shannan, Terrence Durham, Delaney Gundy, Dillan Hager, Cameron Harrison, Anna Hirner, Josh Keller, Paige McClamroch, Jennifer Miller, Martha Parrish, Tyler Small, Hailie Stone, Stephanie Bradley, Emily Ebeling, Randon Kraus, and Dyllyn Simerl.

Carol McCabe presented business awards to Brandon Monroe, Thomas Shannan, Sammi Tobler, Brock Bondurant, Logan Brassfield and Sabe Sears.

The Spanish department awards were distributed by Ivonne Wiegand, instructor. The Spanish I awards went to Sabe Sears and Jennifer Miller. Spanish II honors went to Kristine Reckenberg while the Spanish III awards went to McKinsay Cooley, Kelly Lister and Skyler Alderton.

Awards in Mathematics were presented by instructor Matt Reel. Brock Ebert and Kristine Reckenberg took home the honors in Algebra II. The Geometry class awards were handed out to Sabe Sears and Elizabeth Duzan while tops students in the Math Analysis class were McKinsay Cooley and Kelly Lister.

Sharon Veatch handled the award duties for the science department. She recognized the following students who maintained an A grade all year long - Chemistry I- Augusta Purvis and Sabe Sears; Chemistry II - Kelly Lister; Human Anatomy & Physiology - McKinsay Cooley and Kelly Lister.

Gary Hunziker and Marc Colvin teamed up to present the social sciences departmental awards. Lorrin McBee, Jennifer Miller and Josh Keller were honored in American History. Top honors in the Government & Geography class went to Brock Ebert, Kristine Reckenberg, Elizabeth Duzan and Kelsey Enlow while similar honors in World History were earned by Anna Duley and Stephanie Yarbrough. The American Heritage class awards were given to McKinsay Cooley and Kristie Parrish.

During the evening a number of special awards were presented a several students were recognized for special achievements.

Stephanie Yarbrough was recognized for attending the Northeast Missouri Rural Telephone trip to Washington, D.C. Kristie Parrish took part in the Tri-County Electric Cooperative Jefferson City Leadership Tour.

The Danforth “I Dare You” Award went to Brock Bondurant and Loren Smith.

Anna Hirner and Evan Hager were honored with the freshmen citizenship awards.

Andrew Humes received the Student Of The Month Award Sponsored by the SCR-I CTA ($25 Savings Bond).

SPIRIT OF MISSOURI AWARDS were presented as follows: Knowledge- Brock Ebert; Liberty- Kelly Lister; Equality- Jamie Shaw; Law- Loren Smith; Justice- Ben Shannan; Fraternity- Kyle Shelley; Education- McKinsay Cooley; Progress- Katlyn Miller; Honor- Brock Bondurant; Truth- Kelsey Enlow; Virtue- Derrick Muntz; Temperance- Melanie Triplett; Enterprise- Brandon Monroe; Charity- Anna Duley

The 2009-10 Scotland County R-I Student Council was recognized by sponsor Jenna Ketchum. She announced the officers as President- McKinsay Cooley; Vice President - Loren Smith; Secretary/Treasurer - Ashley Westhoff; Senior Reps- Kelly Lister and Brooklynne Simpson; Junior Reps- Skyler Alderton and Stephanie Yarbrough; Sophomore Rep- Brock Bondurant; Freshmen Rep - Logan Remely.

Perfect attendance awards were presented to Renay Friendshuh, Shane Gunnell, Joseph Hite, Derrick Cline, Hailey Dial, Bethany Rader, Brandon Wood, James McKee, Kelsey Enlow, Logan Payne, Erik Johnston and Hazel Owings.

SENIOR AWARDS

A+ Certificates were presented by instructor Tom O’Donnell to Mackenzie Byrn, McKinsay Cooley, Charlie Elder, Laramie Frederick, Jordan Fulk, Brandon Garnett, Drew Giberson, Trever Harris, Megan Hatfield, Josie Holt, Kelly Lister, Kyle Shelley, Brooklynne Simpson, Jessica Sites, Elizabeth Small, Ashley Westhoff, Justin Winn, and Brittney Youmans

The Tri-Rivers Conference Academic awards went to Kelly Lister and Brandon Garnett. Kyle Shelley and Kelly Lister earned the MSHSAA Sportsmanship Awards.

The D.A.R. Citizenship Award was presented to McKinsay Cooley

Kelly Lister and McKinsay Cooley earned President’s Education Gold Awards for scoring in the 80th percentile or above on the ACT and maintaining a 3.5 GPA or better. “Silver” Award Winners (3.5 GPA) were Ashley Westhoff, Brooklynne Simpson, Elizabeth Small, Jessica Sites and Michelle Luncsford.

College Preparatory Certificates (3.0 GPA in 3 Math, 3 Science, 4 English, and 3 Social Science classes as well as an ACT Composite Score of 21) went to Kelly Lister, McKinsay Cooley, Ashley Westhoff, Brooklynne Simpson, Elizabeth Small, Michelle Luncsford, and Brandon Garnett.

Kelly Lister, McKinsay Cooley, Ashley Westhoff, and Brooklynne Simpson earned George Washington Carver Awards for finishing in the top 10% GPA of the Senior Class.

The Scotland County Fire Department Citizenship Awards were presented to McKinsay Cooley and Brandon Garnett. The Senior Citizenship awards were presented to Cooley and Garnett by Tom O’Donnell. The Senior leaderships awards went to Cooley and Kyle Shelley while Lister, Garnett and Shelley took home the Senior Activities Awards.

A number of scholarship awards were announced at the conclusion of the evening.

Andy Clapp Memorial Scholarship (US BANK)- $500 each to Kelly Lister and Brandon Garnett.

Betty Jo Shibley-Banister Memorial Scholarship (US Bank) $470 to Michelle Luncsford.

Community Bank Of Memphis Scholarship $250 each to Brooklynne Simpson and Elizabeth Small.

Duane Courtright Memorial Scholarship $150 to Jordan Fulk.

Epsilon Iota of Beta Sigma Phi - $300 each to McKinsay Cooley, Kelly Lister and Ashley Westhoff.

Farm Bureau Scholarship $200 to Jessica Sites.

Jason Rockhold Memorial Scholarship to Kyle Shelley.

J.P. & Mary Childers Environmental Scholarship - (BofK) $950 to Justin Winn.

Kathy Riebel Harrity Memorial Scholarship $1,000 to Charlie Elder.

Kegan Hunt Memorial Scholarship $250 to Kelly Lister

Ken Cross Memorial Scholarship $1,000 to Josie Holt

Leo & Arlean Paul Memorial Scholarship - $187 (BofK) to Brittney Yomans

MFA Foundation Scholarship $2,000 to Kyle Shelley

Memphis Funeral Home Scholarship $300 to Brooklynne Simpson

Michael Wagner Memorial Scholarship $750 to Kelly Lister

Patricia Hudnall Memorial Scholarship - $1,500 (BofK) to McKinsay Cooley

P.E.O. Scholarship-..$300 each to Kelly Lister, McKinsay Cooley, and Ashley Westhoff

Pepsi-Cola Memphis Bottling Co. Scholarship -$500 to Drew Forquer

Pheasants Forever Scholarship $250 to Ashley Westhoff

Robert “Bob” Chance Memorial Scholarship $500 to Matt Rockhold

Ruth & Jesse Slavin Memorial Scholarship-$750 (B ofK) to Kelly Lister

Scotland County Antique Fair Assoc. (2) $250 to Jessica Sites and Justin Winn

Scotland Rotary Scholarships - $500 each to Elizabeth Small, McKinsay Cooley, Ashley Westhoff, Kelly Lister, Trever Harris and Kyle Shelley

Scotland County Soil & Water Scholarships- $500 Ashley Westhoff, $250 each to McKinsay Cooley, Brooklynne Simpson and Kelly Lister

Ted Riney Memorial Scholarship $200 to Brandon Garnett

Tom Coffrin Memorial Scholarship-$200 each to Jessica Sites and Justin Winn

Tucker-Bourn Memorial Scholarship - $374 (BofK) to Laramie Frederick

US BANK Scholarship $250 each to Kyle Shelley and Trever Harris

VFW Women’s Auxilary-$125 each to Brandon Garnett and Kyle Shelley

Wymon Lemmon Memorial Scholarship- Books, Supplies, Lab fees to Jessica Sites

Xi Theta Tau of Beta Sigma Phi- $500 each to Kyle Shelley, Brandon Garnett and Michelle Luncsford.

McKinsay Cooley - Oklahoma State University- Academic Achievement Scholarship -BELMONT University- Scholastic Merit Scholarship $10,000 yearly

Drew Forquer - INDIAN HILLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE- Community Based Job Training Grant- (Pays 1yr. tuition Approximately $6,000)

Brandon Garnett - IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY- Academic Recognition- $4,500 & Iowa State Grant- $2780

Kelly Lister - UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI- $3,500 per for Mizzou Softball

Kyle Shelley - Central Methodist University- Eagle & Football Scholarship

Ashley Westhoff - Creighton University- Creighton University Scholarship & Creighton Ignation Award


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