School Honors And Scholarships – June 6, 2018

Nashville High School Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

Freshmen:

High Honor Roll (3.75-4.0): William Barczewski, Madison Draege, Samantha Edwards, Autumn Evans, Katlyn Eversgerd, Logan Eversgerd, Ashlyn Frazier, Ayla Furlow, Hanah Grzegorek, Courtney Hallock, Trent Harris, Kiley Heidel, Joshua Hemker, Jada Jablonski, Katelyn Kessler, Gabriel Kreid, Cayla Krueger, Lydia Kurtz, Maryjane Laws, Breanne Liggett, Abigail Maschhoff, Ethan Oelze, Grant Pedtke, Havalen Pierce, Brianna Schorfheide, Josie Woodrome, and Allie Zalos.
Honor Roll (3.5-3.74): David Arnold, Rebecca Clark, Bryce Donato, Luke Ehret, Mark Ellis, Jaxon Goforth, Amy Hicks, Caleb Klein, Kaitlyn May, Dawson Metcalf, Leslie Michael, Destiny Pitts, Samuel Reuter, Maylynn Reynolds, Camden Ritzel, Grace Ruehl, Tyler Schill, Marvin Schlichter, and Mercedez Warnick.

Sophomores:

High Honor Roll (3.75-4.0): Olivia Anderson, Micah Arnold, Jackson Aulds, Justin Aulds, Anastasia Aydt, Harrison Briles, Jaja Chunhavachira, Olivia Cook, Chloe Crum, Cassie Fullerton, Catherine Fullerton, Abbygail Grabowski, Kyleigh Guinzy, Grace Gutjahr, Hannah Harris, Aden Hill, Kash Kasban, Hailey Kessler, Sabrina Kollbaum, Madison Kurtz, Rylee Luechtefeld, Sidney McCandrew, Tanner McFeron, Madison Mills, Taylor Rapp, Sydney Schnitker, Madison Schuette, Gideon Sexe, Kristen Smith, Graham Speedie, Elise Spencer, Sarah Staley, Kimberly Stegman, Delaney Varel, Rylee White, and Sarah Zyk.
Honor Roll (3.5-3.74): Samuel Bielong, Chadrick Brinkmann, Madison Caraker, Meghan Felts, Kinze Fox, Addisyn Gale, Sydney Gordon, Tristen Hercules, Dillon Herrmann, Kayla Ivey, Gavin Love, Carson Parker, Jacob Rounds, John Schubert III, Elley Szopinski, and Abigail Wilken.

Juniors:

High Honor Roll (3.75-4.0): Elizabeth Ahlers, Evan Anderson, Riley Bergmann, Layce Boczek, Bryson Bultman, Patrick Combs, Annabelle Epplin, Moriah Frazier, Jack Goostree, Taylor Hall, Kelton Harre, Amy Harris, Jenna Harris, Sophie Heck, Carlin Hoffman, Jacie Hopfinger, Todd Jahnke, Alexandra Johannes, Kylie Kozuszek, Grace Maschhoff, Jacob Maschhoff, Jenna McClintock, Nicholas Orr, Pierce Paszkiewicz, Mackenzie Prange, Briannah Ralls, Katelynn Rynski, Bailey Schuette, Robert Sexe, Emily Stern, Bridget Styniger, Aubrey Welmon, and Hillary Zgonina.
Honor Roll (3.5-3.74): Tanner Bergmann, Elizabeth Bierman, Sydney Dees, Jamie Gibson, Jadah Heidel, Ethan Herzog, Joseph Morris, Chloe Pelka, Royce Plumlee, Laney Renth, Reighn Stofferahn, Kortney Stroud, Haley Wicker, and Lindsay Windler.

Seniors:

High Honor Roll (3.75-4.0): He Bai, Brooke Bartling, Lauren Brink, Sydney Brinkmann, Brooke Burcham, Rachel Cox, Cali Fairbanks, Holli Fullerton, Brent Harris, Cole Herrmann, Paige Kasten, Rachael Kell, Abigail Kempfer, Mikala Kozuszek, Andrew Kuhl, Maksym Kuzhdin, Christopher Lamczyk, Joey Lane, Zachery Langa, Callie McClay, Mackenzie McFeron, Avery Meade, Hannah Meade, Cameron Parker, Madisyn Riechmann, Meritt Rittenhouse, Hope Rueter, Austin Schorfheide, Willow Simmons, Kaitlyn Simons, Savanna Staley, Karly Stanowski, Jordan Stiegman, Emma Vogt, Hope Williamson, Jacob Woodrome, and Mallory Zimmer.
Honor Roll (3.5-3.74): Jaylyn Bower, Holly Hutchison, Mallory Knolhoff, Aja Mavers, Selina Reynolds, Thomas Sabo, Brandon Schnitker, Bailey Schorfheide, and Zachary Williamson.

Herrmann And McClay Receive Farm Credit Scholarships

Cole Herrmann, of Hoyleton, and Callie McClay, of Oakdale, were recognized as two of 30 members of the class of 2018 Farm Credit agriculture scholars during a luncheon at Farm Credit Illinois (FCI) in Mahomet Thursday.
Each scholar receives $2,000 from FCI to pursue a degree within the field of agriculture. Recipients were selected from 190 applicants throughout central and southern Illinois by a panel of judges in the agriculture industry.

Cole Herrmann.


This fall Herrmann will attend Kaskaskia College to study pre-agricultural engineering with plans of designing hydroponic systems to make farming possible in non-traditional locations. His parents are Carl and Charlene Herrmann.

Callie McClay.


This fall McClay will attend the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to study agricultural communications with plans of working as a communications specialist and advocating for production agriculture. Her parents are Steve and Denise McClay.
“Farm Credit Illinois is proud to provide positive opportunities and lend support to young people with a passion for agriculture,” says Rod Stoll, vice president of marketplace engagement for FCI.
“These scholars will assume careers that shape the future of agriculture and Rural America, in turn Helping Farm Families Succeed.”
Farm Credit Illinois is a farmer owned and directed agricultural lending cooperative serving 10,000 farm families, agribusinesses, and rural landowners in the southern 60 counties of Illinois with competitive and flexible financing and crop insurance expertise.

Wiedwilt Awarded Retired Teachers Scholarship

Erin Wiedwilt, daughter of Gary and Lisa Wiedwilt of Addieville, has been awarded the 2018 Washington County Retired Teachers Association Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $500. The Okawville High School Senior plans to attend Kaskaskia College and major in Elementary or Early Childhood Education.

Washington County Retired Teachers Association President Palma Stiegman, right, presents the scholarship to Erin Wiedwilt.


During her high school years, Erin was active in FFA, National Honor Society, Chorus, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Spanish Club, Drama Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Cheerleading, Science Club, Timepiece, and Quill and Scroll.

36th Annual Businessman’s Scholarships

The 36th annual Nashville Businessman’s Scholarship Awards were presented at Nashville High School on Friday, May 25.

Students Receiving the scholarships included, FROM LEFT, FRONT ROW, Hannah Meade, Sydney Brinkmann, Brooke Bartling, Mackenzie McFeron, Rachael Kell, and Paige Kasten. BACK ROW, Bo Meyer of WNSV, Austin Schorfheide, Jacob Woodrome, Tesha Maschhoff, NCHS guidance director.


The awards go to the top graduating seniors based on grade point average. Eight students maintained a perfect 4.0 average for all four years of high school and received $125.00 each.
Donating the money were: Access Fitness, Bits of Gold Jewelry & Gifts, Haertling Radio Shack, Humphrey Photography & Framing, J&R Appliances, Meyer’s Greenhouse & Nursery, Nashville Pharmacy & Gift Shop, Nashville Savings Bank, The Nashville News and WNSV Radio.

Ashley Grade School Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

Fourth Grade

Highest Honors: Parker Ebert, Briar Newcomb, and Bryce Schettler.
Honors: Caylyn Beshears, Alex Feltman, Emma Golino, Gauge Lanham, Peyton McConnell, and Xaden Rose.

Fifth Grade

Highest Honors: Katelin Elder, Summer Klein, Angelina Rojek, and Mason Wisniewski.
High Honors: Shyann Barczewski, Lillian Clayton, Hayden Kraus, and Shaelyn Mueller.

Sixth Grade

Highest Honors: Jaylin Stofferahn, and Isaac Wrzesinski.
High Honors: Natalie Ebert, and Makenzy Pedtke.
Honors: Riley Barbee, Bella Bennett, and Sylas Ridgeway.

Seventh Grade

Highest Honors: Hannah Beshears, Kenna Brake, Joey Metcalf, Thaddeus Zgonina, and Ann Marie Zoeckler.
High Honors: Cadie Baugh, and Cameron Warnick.
Honors: Bailey Clark, Aubry Lanham, Isaac Leggans, and Trey Payne.

Eighth Grade

Highest Honors: Sadie Donahoo, Katelyn Mason, Bailey Pelka, and Kade Ridgeway.
High Honors: Tatyana Prince.
Honors: Lane Rollie.

Irvington Grade School Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

Fifth Grade

High Honor Roll: Brooke Garner.
Honor Roll: Katelynn Mayoral.

Sixth Grade

High Honor Roll: Will Ballantini.
Honor Roll: Azlynn Keller, Alex Jacinto, Aylah Hopson.

Seventh Grade

Honor Roll: Alexus Hossler, Madoc Unger.

Eighth Grade

High Honor Roll: Savannah Lamar, Brooke Ballantini.
Honor Roll: Tony Jacinto, Raeann Thurman.

Higgins Named To West Point Dean’s List

Cadet Tyler Higgins, son of Jeff and Annette Higgins of Highland, has been named to the Dean’s List for the Spring Semester at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.

Tyler Higgins.


To earn this distinction, a cadet must maintain a 3.0 average in all courses in the academic program, including military science and physical education.
Higgins graduated from Highland High School, Highland, in 2017 and will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army upon graduation at West Point.
Higgins is the grandson of Oley and Evelyn Bochantin of DuBois, and Ray and Dorothy Higgins of Summerfield.
 

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