The Feb/March Students of the Month are Michael Hadley and Erin Clark.
Michael Hadley earned his Red Cord to wear at graduation with the ARC Student Leadership program by donating multiple times and serving at the blood drive in honor of Carly. He inspired his sister and others to donate blood, helped with refreshments, promoted the blood drive with elementary students, worked at the check-in table, and helped with childcare.
Erin Clark demonstrated excellent leadership at the 7th annual Ridgeview Blood Drive in March. For multiple years she has served in the areas of blood drive promotion, check-in, refreshments, recruitment, and this year she donated blood herself. Erin's positive attitude and willingness to lead makes her a great team player. She does this among a host of other school activities and also working.
Mrs. Schultz and the student's of her Foods class are busy preparing healthy snacks for everyone donating blood tomorrow during the 7th Annual Red Cross Blood Drive!
This years blood drive is in honor of Carly, an 8 year old Ridgeview Elementary Student with T-Cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma.
It's not too late to donate!
Best appointment times open for the Blood Drive are from 3-5 pm! Walk-ins are welcome. All donors need to bring a photo ID. Please eat a healthy lunch and drink an extra 16 oz of water before donating.
Congratulations to the 2016 WYSE Team! Last Friday, the team placed 3rd overall with the following individual medalists:
James Coenhour placed 3rd in computer science and 3rd in physics.
McKenzie Dieken placed 2nd in biology.
Caleb Hayes placed 3rd in English.
Katelyn Plue placed 3rd in math.
Addie Ramirez placed 1st in English and 2nd in computer science.
Carley Zimmerman placed 3rd in chemistry.
On a special note, Addie Ramirez placed 2nd in English over all the schools competing at Heartland, including Tri-Valley, Central Catholic, Bloomington HS, and U-High. She received special recognition, as well as a certificate good for a free college class at Heartland.
Keegan Behnke placed 2nd in English over all the schools competing at Heartland on the JV team.
Mackenzie Dieken and Addie Ramirez will move on to sectionals due to their 2nd and 1st place finishes.