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2013 Local Scholarship Application - Little Chute Area School District by wufengmei007

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									      COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

                    Please read directions carefully!
      • ALL SENIORS are eligible and need to apply for the scholarships listed
        in Section 1. Your application submission needs to include the following
        paperwork listed below.

      • ALL SENIORS are eligible and will be considered for awards found in
        Section 2. You need not apply for awards in Section 2.

Email the following items to scholarships@littlechute.k12.wi.us using only your
LCHS email account.

1. A letter of application that lists those scholarships you want to be considered
   for and specific reasons for each as to why you see yourself as a viable
   candidate. See attached example.
2. A resume providing the selection committee with valuable information
   regarding the past four years. See attached example.

Print, sign and turn in a copy of the Release of Information page to Student
Services immediately following your electronic submission. This will be used to
verify the receipt of your electronic submission.

      • Submit your application materials to scholarships@littlechute.k12.wi.us
        by 3:30p.m. on March 1, 2013. Late application submissions will
        NOT be accepted! See attached upload instructions.


We encourage all of you to take advantage of the scholarships being offered. Not
all awards are based on grades and test scores. Effort and financial need are of
priority as well.

NOTE: Scholarships may be rescinded if the award winner does not adhere
to the criteria of the said scholarship.
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  Student	
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       2. Click	
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  http://www.littlechute.k12.wi.us/hs/	
  	
  
          	
  
       3. Click	
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  Services	
  link	
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  LEFT	
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                                  YOUR NAME ____________________________

                      Sample Letter of Application
(Purpose: To tell the selection committee what scholarships you believe you
qualify for and why. Use correct grammar and spelling.)


The date:

To whom am I addressing this: (LCHS Selection Committee)

I believe I qualify for the following scholarships: (Refer to scholarship offerings
list and list alphabetically) For example:

       Amy DeBruin Memorial Scholarship
       BLC Community Bank Outstanding Senior Student
       Marge Nelson Perseverance Scholarship

Explain why you think you are a qualified candidate for each of the
scholarships listed above: (Be concise, not wordy. Please use bullet statements.)
For example:

      Amy DeBruin Memorial Scholarship:
        • I believe I am a good candidate because I have always given 110% to everything I
           do.
        • I am taking challenging college bound courses, participate in extracurricular
           activities and hold a part time job.
        • My time management skills are excellent, as is my performance.
        • You will find me organized, positive and always working hard at whatever I do.

      If there are scholarships that have the same criteria, combine them together.


Thank you,

Signed by you.

(P.S. Good Luck to all of you!)
                                                                               Rank
                                                                               GPA
                                                                               ACT
                                                                               Completed by Student Services

                                                Bart Simpson
                                               1402 Duffs Rd
                                            Springfield, IL 99999
                                           Social Security Number

My intended goals are and why:
             To attend the University of Mars and major in kindergarten because I love children.

Senior Course Work
Term 1                    Term 2                               Term 3                              Term 4
Nap Time 1                Advanced Relaxation                  Homework 101                        Friends
Lunch                     Creative Lunch                       Counting to 20                      Family Tree
Finger Painting           Creative Clowning                    Techniques of Sleep                 Homerisms
Counting to 10            Comics as Literature                 Applied Sleep & Rest                Detention


Other course work that applies towards a scholarship or major/program:
             Snow shoveling in Wisconsin

Extra Curricular Activities (include leadership positions):
             Krusty the Clown Fan Club – Equipment Manager 2000, 2001

Academic and Extra Curricular Awards/Honors:
            2003 Citizen of the World Award
            2004 Longest Continuously Served Detention Award

Volunteer Activities and Awards:
             Volunteered 10/2003 as peer tutor for troubled kids

Employment Experience:
           Burns Power Plant, 1234 Nuclear Way, Springfield, IL 99999
           Duties: Decontamination of workers

Interests and Hobbies:
              Skateboarding, Comic Collectors of America, Sister Baiters Anonymous, Who’s Who Among
              American Fishing Experts

Adjectives that best describe me:
              Crazy, obnoxious, boisterous, undeniable, outlandish, stylish dresser

Special circumstances which have affected my educational experience or personal development, if any:
              Growing up with Homer as my father, living in the shadow of a nuclear power plant, television
              addiction, having a sister who is a genius, having a mother with very tall blue hair.

Financial Hardships if any:
             My sister threw away my mattress and all my hard earned savings with it.
                    RELEASE OF INFORMATION


I hereby give my permission to pupil services personnel to submit my
grades, cumulative GPA, class rank, and ACT scores to members of the
scholarship committees.



__________________________              ___________________________
Student Signature                       Parent Signature (If student is not 18)


Social Security Number _______-_______-_______


*Print, sign and submit to Student Services immediately following the
electronic submission of your scholarship application. This form will be used
to verify the receipt of your electronic submission.
                            LITTLE CHUTE HIGH SCHOOL
                            2013 SCHOLARSHIPS/AWARDS
                                              SECTION ONE

              THE FOLLOWING SCHOLARSHIPS NEED AN APPLICATION
                IF YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED AS A CANDIDATE.

1   AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY TECHNICAL COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP - A $300 scholarship
    will be awarded to a female student accepted into an accredited vocational/technical college. Demonstrated
    good moral and social influence and "need" are factors.


2   AMY DE BRUIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - A $600 scholarship will be awarded to a senior who has
    demonstrated outstanding effort and dedication to achieve. Grades are not a factor, effort is. Need is considered
    a priority. The scholarship must be used toward the cost of post-secondary education.


3   APRIL EVERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – A $1000 scholarship will be awarded to a senior who
    demonstrates an intense desire for success, displays integrity and loyalty to all commitments and relationships,
    and participates in community service. GPA isn’t the focus, though must be in good academic standing and
    must be pursuing an education beyond high school.
        *Additionally, applicants should attach a photo with an essay (not more than 500 words) describing
        the significance of that photo to your life. Please attach it to the rest of your paperwork.


4   AUDREY M. DRIESSEN NURSING SCHOLARSHIP- A $500 scholarship will be given annually to a
    senior who is entering a state recognized nursing program either RN or LPN.
         *An essay stating your reason for pursuing a nursing degree must accompany the application.


5   BLC COMMUNITY BANK OUTSTANDING MATH STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP - $750 will be
    awarded to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in the math field during his/her high school
    career.


6   BLC COMMUNITY BANK OUTSTANDING SENIOR STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP - $750 will be
    awarded to a senior student who has demonstrated outstanding qualities in the areas of scholarship, character,
    leadership, loyalty, and service.


7   BRAD BORGEN/EDWARD JONES SCHOLARSHIP – A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a senior
    attending an accredited post-secondary institution who has a minimum cumulative GPA of a 3.0. The recipient
    must have achieved to the best of their ability throughout their high school career. They need to have shown
    active involvement in high school activities or have held part-time employment throughout their high school
    career. Financial need is a strong consideration for the scholarship.


8   BUILDING SERVICES GROUP ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP - A $500 scholarship will be awarded to the
    outstanding senior female athlete. The recipient must attend an accredited post-high school educational
    institution. The athlete must have earned a minimum of four letters in two or more sports and not have had a
    violation of the athletic code during her four years of high school.
9   CARL HAMMEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS - Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to two
    senior students, one male and one female, who have demonstrated sound academic and citizenship standards at
    Little Chute High School. Preference will be given to students with an involvement in an American Legion
    activity such as Badger Boy/Badger Girl, American Legion baseball, Boy Scouts, member of the military,
    relative of an American Legion member or past member, etc. Financial need is a definite consideration.
         *A 100-500 word essay on “How have I demonstrated academic achievement and citizenship while at
         Little Chute High School, and how do I plan to continue both in the future?” must accompany your
         application.

10 CHEESE FEST SCHOLARSHIPS - Four $1000 scholarships are to be awarded to qualified students.
   Three scholarships will go to students attending a four-year college and one to a technical college. Applicants
   must have participated in some way as a volunteer or performed some service for Cheese Fest.
           *Needs an additional application which is available in Student Services


11 E-Z GLIDE ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP - A $500 scholarship will be awarded to the outstanding senior
   male athlete. The recipient must attend an accredited post-high school educational institution. The athlete must
   have earned a minimum of four letters in two or more sports and not have had a violation of the athletic code
   during his four years of high school.


12 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA SCHOLARSHIP - A $500 scholarship will be awarded to
   a senior student who is pursuing a post-secondary degree in business. The applicant must have maintained a 3.0
   GPA in business course work, who has been a participant in FBLA for at least two years and is a current
   member, who has leadership qualities, and who can display project work from business in their portfolio.

13 GENEVIEVE AND SIMON HIETPAS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP- A $400 scholarship in which need
   is a factor. The candidate must be accepted and is planning to attend a Catholic college or university. This
   scholarship is given in even years only.

14 HERRLING CLARK LAW FIRM SCHOLARSHIP-A $500 scholarship is available to an individual
   deserving of recognition for some form of past, present, or future public service contribution to the local
   community. The student must be going to an accredited college, university or technical school.

15 JAYCEES "ABOVE AND BEYOND" SCHOLARSHIP - A $500 scholarship will be given to a senior who
   is attending either a four-year university or technical college. The recipient must have maintained a 3.0 G.P.A.,
   have shown effort and dedication to academics, be of positive character to self and others, been involved in
   community service or co-curricular activities or held employment throughout their high school career.
   Financial need is also a strong consideration.

16 JOEL MEHLBERG SCHOLARSHIP- A $250 scholarship will be awarded a senior who has given
   significant time to his/her community, school and church. The recipient is to be well rounded in their
   involvement in high school. Special consideration will be given to those who have had involvement in the arts-
   musical, visual, drama. GPA is not a critical factor. The student needs to be attending any postsecondary
   school.

17 JOSEPH HIETPAS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP- A $500 scholarship will be given to a senior who
   displayed extraordinary character while maximizing their potential throughout their high school career.
   Recipient can be attending any type of post-secondary institution.


18 KAUKAUNA UTILITIES SCHOLARSHIPS – A $1000 scholarship will be awarded to a student who is
   pursuing a postsecondary education in engineering or some other technically related field. The student may
   attend a traditional college or a technical college. A second $500 scholarship is available for someone who is
   interested in attending the Electric Power Distribution program offered by a Wisconsin technical college.
        *Needs an additional application which is available in Student Services- Due by February 25th
19 KEN'S SPORTS/STEVE VOSTERS "RACING FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE" MEMORIAL
   SCHOLARSHIP - $500 will be awarded to a senior attending a post-secondary institution. The student must
   have demonstrated academic excellence throughout his/her high school career.

20 KERMIS DUTCH FESTIVAL SCHOLARSHIP - A $1000 scholarship will be given to a senior who resides
   in Little Chute and attends Little Chute High School. The student must plan to attend an accredited post-
   secondary institution.
             *Applicants must also submit a 500 word essay stating why they believe both community
             involvement and heritage are important in today’s society. Do not include any identifying
             information in the essay, as each essay will be assigned a number before being forwarded to the
             Kermis selection committee.

21 NESTLE PIZZA DIVISION ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS - Two $600 scholarships will be awarded to
   two seniors who will attend an accredited post-secondary institution. Strong emphasis is placed on academic
   performance within the classroom.

22 LAVERNE VANDEN HEUVEL SCHOLARSHIP - A $500 scholarship will be given to a senior who has
   demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities and has held a club or class office. The recipient must be
   accepted to an accredited technical college or four-year college.


23 LITTLE CHUTE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS - Two $500 scholarships will be
   awarded to two seniors pursuing a career in an education field. The recipient must be accepted by an accredited
   college or university. The senior selected should exhibit the character traits necessary for an educational and
   professional career.
         * With your application, please submit an essay of at least 500 words describing how your educational
        experience in Little Chute impacted your decision to pursue a career in education.

24 LITTLE CHUTE EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENT SCHOLARSHIP- A $500 scholarship will be given to
   a senior who has been active in all aspects of their high school career while performing at their highest level.
   Any senior pursuing a post-secondary education is eligible.


25 LITTLE CHUTE FAMILIES FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS SCHOLARSHIP- $500 will awarded
   annually to a student who has participated in the performing arts program. Applicants must submit a narrative
   describing their involvement in one of the following: Band, Choir, Destination Imagination, Drama Theatre,
   Forensics, and Musical Theatre. The recipient must be attending an accredited technical college or
   university.*Needs an additional application which is available in Student Services.


26 MANSKE FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP – A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a senior who will further
   their education at a college, university or technical college and has earned a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher, has
   been involved in school and community and has a demonstrated passion for something they believe in.
        *With your application, please submit either an essay of 200 words or less, a You Tube video or other
        visual media that explains your passion. This passion can be something related to school, work or your
        community. Also answer how this passion changed your life or someone else’s life.


27 MARGE NELSON PERSEVERANCE SCHOLARSHIP- A $500 annual scholarship will be given to a
   graduating senior who has shown character in overcoming some kind of adversity (medical, physical, academic,
   social, etc.) in his/her life. The recipient must be attending a postsecondary school. Please address the adversity
   in your letter of application.
28 MARY N. JANSSEN SCHOLARSHIP- A $1000 scholarship will be awarded to a senior who has
   demonstrated leadership skills, has shown dedication to community service and achieved academic success.
   Preference will be given to those students who exhibit financial need and who have taken positive action
   towards the promotion of abstinence from alcohol and drug use for themselves and their peers.
       *Needs an additional application which is available in Student Services


29 MUSTANGS MENTORS SCHOLARSHIP- A $250 scholarship will be awarded to a senior who has been
   actively involved in the mentoring program. The recipient must not have had a code violation and must be
   attending a post-secondary institution.

30 PARKSIDE CARE CENTER SCHOLARSHIPS - Two $250 scholarships will be given to students who
   have been accepted by a postsecondary institution with the intent of pursuing a career in the health field. Upon
   notification of winning the award, the students will be invited to tour the facility and meet with residents on a
   mutually agreed date.

31 PETER J. & MINNIE A. HIETPAS SCHOLARSHIP - A $300 scholarship will be awarded to a senior who
   plans to further his/her education. The student should have a good academic record and must have participated
   in at least one extra-curricular activity.

32 ROBERT J. & JANE D. KLOZOTSKY SCHOLARSHIP – A $750 scholarship will be awarded to a senior
   who is planning to attend a four year college or university. Applicants must have participated in at least two
   different extracurricular activities during their high school career and must have earned a cumulative 3.0 GPA.
        *Needs an additional application which is available in Student Services


33 RUTH HIETPAS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP- A $250 scholarship will be awarded to a senior who will
   be pursuing a post-secondary education. The recipient must be entering a field of study related to working with
   children.
        *Applicants must submit a separate letter to the Hietpas family as to why they should be considered for
        this scholarship


34 TIMES VILLAGER SCHOLARSHIP- A $250 scholarship will be given to a student who has demonstrated
   ambition and self-drive as evidenced by outstanding achievement in school, community and/or workplace. A
   good moral character is a must. The recipient should be actively involved in community service or school co-
   curricular activities. The candidate needs to have a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Any co-curricular code
   violation will eliminate the candidate from the scholarship. A student is not eligible if a parent works for the
   Times Villager or the Little Chute School District.


35 TOM HEESAKKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP- A $1000 scholarship will be awarded to a senior who
   will attend a technical college. Highest priority is given to a student’s effort, attitude and financial need rather
   than grade point average.

36 VANLIESHOUT VISUAL ART SCHOLARSHIP- A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a senior who will
   be attending a post-secondary institution in a visual art field of study. Applicants must participate in the senior
   art show and have an art portfolio to be presented.

37 WITTMANN INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP- A $500 scholarship will be
   given to a senior who has been actively involved in extra-curricular activities and who possesses a positive
   attitude. The recipient should have overcome some type of obstacle and must have a good driving record.
                                            SECTION TWO




              THE FOLLOWING AWARDS DO NOT NEED AN APPLICATION

                                     ALL SENIORS ARE ELIGIBLE.
    1.   AMERICAN LEGION AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SENIOR BOY - A $100 savings bond and a
         plaque will be awarded to a senior boy who has demonstrated qualities in the areas of loyalty, character,
         service, leadership, and scholarship.

    2.   AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SENIOR GIRL - A $100
         savings bond and a plaque will be awarded to a senior girl who has demonstrated outstanding qualities in
         the areas of loyalty, character, service, leadership, and scholarship.

    3.   BILL FITZPATRICK, SR - JAYCEES 110% AWARD - A $500 award will be given to a senior who
         shows a willingness to get involved in all aspects of school activities and who has always given 110% to
         accomplish their goals.

    4.   CLASS ACT AWARD – A $250- $500 award will be presented to a senior who has been accepted by a
         post secondary institution. The student will have displayed the type of behavior during their high school
         career that would enhance that student’s future possibilities.

    5.   DICK VANEPEREN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP- A $250 award given annually to a senior who has
         shown consistent effort throughout their high school career. The student has to have had an I.E.P. or a 504
         plan and must be attending a post-secondary institution.

    6.   LEE VERBRUGGEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP- A $250 award given annually to a senior who
         has shown consistent effort throughout their high school career. The student has to have had an I.E.P. or a
         504 plan and must be attending a post- secondary institution with the intent of entering the trades.

    7.   IMAD (I Made A Difference) AWARD –six $250 awards, sponsored by LCHS Student Council, will be
         given to senior leaders planning to further their education. Leaders will be nominated by club advisors for
         an opportunity to receive an IMAD award.
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    8.   MIKE MOLLEN HUMANITARIAN AWARD- $100 awarded annually to a senior who has been kind
         and helpful to others, has a sound moral background and is concerned and helpful to the less fortunate. That
         person’s name will be engraved on the plaque that permanently hangs in the hallway of LCHS.

    9.   MIKE MOLLEN OUTSTANDING MALE ATHLETE AWARD - Awarded annually to a senior male
         athlete who has contributed the most to the success of varsity athletics during his career at Little Chute
         High School. His name will be engraved on a large permanent plaque. The athlete must not have had a
         violation of the athletic code in his four years of high school.
10. MUSTANG SCHOOL SPIRIT AWARDS – Up to eight $200 awards will be given to students who have
    demonstrated a positive involvement throughout their high school career and who previously have received
    no other recognition or award for their accomplishments. Preference given to those involved in athletics.

11. OUTSTANDING SENIOR FEMALE ATHLETE AWARD - Given annually to the senior female
    athlete who has contributed the most to the success of varsity athletics during her career at Little Chute
    High School. Her name will be engraved on a large permanent plaque. The athlete must not have had a
    violation of the athletic code in her four years of high school.

12. REYNEBEAU FLORAL INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC RECOGNITION AWARDS - Three $50 awards
    will be given to seniors who have demonstrated outstanding involvement and effort in the Little Chute
    High School instrumental music program.

13. REYNEBEAU FLORAL VOCAL MUSIC RECOGNITION AWARDS - Three $50 awards will be
    given to seniors who have demonstrated outstanding involvement and effort in the Little Chute High
    School vocal music program. *The amount in each area can vary, but a total of $600.00 will be awarded.

14. ROBERT SCHOTTMULLER INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AWARD - A $150
    award will be presented to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding aptitude and commitment to tasks
    in the industrial technology department. The recipient’s name will be engraved on a permanent plaque
    displayed in the industrial technology department.




                            Little Chute High School Scholarships
                             Administered by the Organization


•   Little Chute Hoops Club Scholarships - $500 for one male and one female- Application available in
    Student Services
•   Little Chute Gridiron Club - $500- Application available in Student Services
•   Little Chute Wrestling Club - $500- Application available in Student Services
•   Little Chute High School Pom and Dance - $500 – Application available from Pom & Dance Coach
•   George Vanderloop,Sr. Memorial Scholarship - $500 - Application available from Key Club Advisor
•   Lloyd Van Dyke Memorial Key Club Award - $250 - Application available from Key Club Advisor
                                           Using	
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How	
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    1   Open	
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    2   In	
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