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Summer 2005 DISTRICT NEWSLETTER VOLUME 11

Board of Education
Mr. Jerry Knopf Mr. John Marks Mr. Warren Myers Mr. Joe Ryan Mrs. Denise Stein Mr. Casey Thaxton Mrs. Carol Viar

Administrative & Office Contacts
Dr. Robert Goodwin, Superintendent District Office 785-536-4291 Toll Free 888-251-0730 Fax 785-536-4247 Mr. Monte Couchman, JR SR Principal 785-536-4286 Toll Free 888-251-9369 Fax 785-536-4292 Mrs. Sharlene Ramsey, Elementary Principal 785-536-4215 Toll Free 888-251-9808 Fax 785-536-4292 24 Hour Voice Mail System 785-536-4346 Toll Free 888-251-9415 Internet Web Site www.usd306.k12.ks.us School Address 5056 East K-4 Highway Gypsum, KS 67448
The Southeast of Saline School District publishes a newsletter every month except July. Deadlines to submit information is generally the 3rd Monday of each month. Details and further information should be directed to Cindy Mueller, Special Projects Coordinator, at cmueller@usd306.k12.ks.us or 785-536-4346 ext. 206.

SES Education Foundation Board of Trustees
Mr. John Clapsaddle Mr. Dennis Cooley Mr. Don Hamilton Mr. Chuck Johnson Mrs. Debbie Korbelik Mr. Charlie Melander Mr. Steve Stein Mrs. Ruth Worman

School Hours
Kindergarten 8:15-11:20 & 12:20-3:18 Elementary 8:15-3:18 Secondary 8:15-3:20

Office Hours
7:30– 4:00 Monday-Friday Closed Holidays, Winter Break & Spring Break

Parent Connetxp
Keep track of your child’s grades via the internet. Log on to the school’s website at www.usd306.k12.ks.us and you will be given a pass code to access your child’s progress.

Final call for RECIPES!!!
SES COOKBOOK COMING THIS FALL!
Please get your families favorite recipes turned in for our SES community cookbook that will be published in the next few months. Final deadline JUNE 15 Recipes can be submitted in person, by mail or by e-mail in Word format to cmueller@usd306.k12.ks.us We would like every family in the community or every student to submit at least one recipe however there is no limit. What a terrific keepsake or gift this will make. This is a project of the Southeast of Saline Education Foundation. Look for the books at the Prairie Patch this fall.

PRAIRIE PATCH CRAFT SHOW SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2005 10 am – 4 pm
This 7th annual event is sponsored by the Southeast of Saline Education Foundation. It’ll be here before we know it! We are excited about the quality of vendor applications we are receiving! If you have questions, contact Cindy Mueller, Special Projects Coordinator for information; or check the SES website to download an application and the criteria information.

Southeast of Saline Education Foundation

Leave A Legacy

To learn more about how you can support the Foundation and its projects contact our Development Office at 5056 East K-4 Highway, Gypsum, KS 67448 or 785-536-4291. Gifts in any amount and to honor any person or occasion gladly accepted. (Several scholarships awarded this year were donated through the Foundation. We’d be delighted to discuss this option with you)

Pre-Participation Physicals – all students in grades 7-12 must have these to participate in track, golf, cross country, softball, baseball, volleyball, football, dance team, cheerleading, basketball, wrestling for the 05-06 school year. Physicals must be competed each year after May 1. Forms are available from the high school office or on line at www.kshsaa.org

FCCLA will participate in Assaria City-Wide Garage Sales Saturday, June 18. 8 am - 2 pm 329 East Second Street Proceeds for National Leadership Meeting expenses.

Thanks to everyone who has supported the recent FCCLA fundraising events by purchasing items and attending events. We’d like to especially thank the following donors for direct financial assistance to recognize these student’s accomplishments: Assaria Lions Club Cynthia Reed, DDS Douglas Welding & Machine Earles Engineering & Inspection, Inc. First Bank Kansas (Assaria Branch) Frisbie Construction Great Plains Federal Credit Union Greater Salina Community Foundation Gypsum Lions Club SES Board of Education SES Booster Club SES Education Foundation Straub International Steven Sprinkle Insurance Agency Dan & Jennifer Stutterheim Tony’s Pizza Service UMB Bank
Those contributing items or in-kind donations to FCCLA Family Night Auction and SES Staff Silent Auction to benefit these students were:

Applebees Eric & Bridgette Blomquist Botanica Kansas Cosmosphere Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Royals Martinelli’s McDonalds Old Cowtown Pepsi Bottling Company Sedgwick County Zoo SES Greenhouse St. Louis Cardinals Wichita Convention & Visitors Bureau Wichita Wranglers .

SES AFTER PROM would like to thank the SES community for their support throughout the year in making the 2005 After Prom a fun, successful and safe event! Whether you worked a concession stand, bought raffle tickets, ate pizza or served on the committee, you were a part of making a memorable night for our Juniors and Seniors. We would like to recognize the following businesses and individuals for their contributions and support. Without their generosity, an event like After prom would not be possible. Please join us in thanking them!

Cash Donations :
$1-$49
RJ Tax Service Long-McArthur, Inc
Crop Service Center Inc. Abilene

Merchandise
Dominoes Pizza The Hickory Tree Mann’s Studio Martinelli’s Little Italy Coyote Canyon Green Lantern Inc. Jenkins Serene Photography Burger King Applebees Salina Family YMCA Bethany College Dickinson Theatres Salina Dillons Stores McDonalds Continental Family Hair Care Center Tucson’s Philips Lighting Crestwood Inc Riverbend Golf Course Larry & Sandy Seim Del’s Electronics

Bank of Tescott New Horizon’s Dental Care Bennett Autoplex Dr. Lynn Wuthnow, DDS Hoff’s Machine & Welding Millwood Realty
Mentor United Methodist Church

Thomas Wilson, DMD The Salina Country Club Bennington State Bank Harlan & Grace Prater Great Plains Manufacturing First Bank Kansas

$50-$99
Dr. Cynthia Reed, DDS Waddle’s Heating and Cooling Clark Mize Linville El Dorado National Sunflower Bank Central National Bank Choices Network Inc Concepts in Weight Management Assaria Lions Club Gypsum Lions Club Dr. Alan Reed Assaria Lutheran Church Calvin & Cathy Kelsey Jim’s Formal Wear

** A special thank you to Pappa John’s Pizza for their support during the pizza fund raiser in February

$100-$149
Jack & Ruth Worman Waddle’s Manufacturing Inc. Comcare Frisbie Construction Salina Regional Health Foundation SES Booster Club All parents of junior and senior students are invited to be involved in After prom. The committee meets each month beginning in September. If you can not attend meetings, you are encouraged to participate by making phone calls, picking up merchandise, organizing projects, etc. There is a job for every talent. Our kids are worth it – get involved!

$200 or more
Chuck Henry Sales Inc.

Grades indicated are for the 2004/2005 school year. Ø High School Boys’ Basketball Coach – Mike Davert June 13th – June 17th 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Ø High School Girls’ Basketball Coach – Wayne Sager June 13th – June 17th 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Ø Junior High Boys’ And Girls’ Basketball Coach – Jeff Besher and Scott Peterson June 13th – June 17th 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Boys’ July 18th – July 21st 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Girls’ Ø Junior High Volleyball Camp Coach – Brandi Calahan June 20th – 22nd 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Ø High School Volleyball Camp Coach – Ø Junior High and High School Football Camp Coaches – Pat Haxton and Todd Baird July 25th – July 29th 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. JH July 25th – July 29th 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. HS Fees will be charged for all camps. For application forms or further information, please contact the respective coaches.

WOMEN”S WEIGHT TRAINING will meet on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8-10 beginning June 14th. It’s open to all 7-12 grade females. Times can be added or changed based on demand.
Enrollment dates are set for Wednesday, August 3rd (9am -3 pm) and Thursday August 4th (1pm -6pm). There will be no early enrollments. Please come on these dates as that is when we will have the resources and staff to serve you best. K-12 enrollment will be held in the elementary gym. If you can not come on these dates, please call the school to make arrangements or come in AFTER Aug. 4th . First day of classes for 05-06 is Wednesday, August 17th .

(back row) Kendra Lawson; Lance Maine; Danielle Bradrick (front row) Jacob Wood; Emily Starr

SPELLING BEE CHAMPS

2nd grade champion--Jacob Wood-winning word-whether; 3rd grade champion--Emily Starr-winning wordforward; 4th grade champion--Lance Maine-winning word-knead; 5th grade champion--Danielle Bradrickwinning word-amnesia; 6th grade champion--Kendra Lawson-winning word-corduroy. Congratulations to ALL our spellers!

Booster Club Wrap Up for 04-05
Provided: Sports buttons Recognized Super Boosters Louise Dupes & Noel Stephenson Financial support Yearbook; JH Pride Program; After Prom; FCCLA; Defibrillator Purchased: Hot dog machine; Tent Cross Country/Track; Coats/Ties Music Dept; Batting Cage Net Thanks to everyone who baked cookies and desserts for our fund raisings events, and/or volunteered to work during the year at various events. We could not have done it without you! Southeast of Saline High School THANKS the following JOB SHADOWING MENTORS For their contribution as mentors in the School-to-Careers Program For the 2004-2005 SCHOOLYEAR
Juniors and Seniors job shadowed for approximately 10 hours as part of the curriculum in Living On My Own Class in the Family & Consumer Sciences Department. They were matched with mentors in regards to their top 3 job shadowing preference areas. Both students and mentors evaluated one another on their performances. This project is intended to help students decide whether this would be a career interest area for them to pursue after high school. Student Mentor, Career Area and Business Name Allison Burt Lori Malick, Pediatrics, Salina Regional Health Center Joni Heimer Dr. Terry Wighs, Town & Country Animal Hospital Janet Lamer Chris Kuffler/Karen Penn, Oncology, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, SRHC Lisa Lawson Dr. Michael Lundgrin, Lundgrin Dental Assoc., Salina Joe Rollins Lance Cochran, Kennedy-Berkley-Yarnevich- Williamson, Attnys. At Law Travis Sheets Kenny Waldman, Phys. Ed, South Middle School Ashley Spaeny Dr. Sara Johnston, M.D., COMCARE PA Seth Stanley Tony Dung, Owner, Martinilli’s Little Italy, Salina Zach Tanner Larry Seim Construction, Gypsum; Gary Shogren & Diana Fanning, Lindsborg Nursery & Greenhouse Hannah Zerbe Dr. Kurt Frederickson, Salina Animal Hospital

CONGRATULATIONS

BROOKE KENT
“TRIPLE JUMP “

NCAA League Champion Regional Champion Kansas 3A State Champion
SOUTHEAST OF SALINE USD 306
TEXTBOOK ADOPTION NOTICE In accordance with Board of Education policies, the public is invited to review the textbook series being considered for adoption by U.S.D. 306 commencing with the 2005-2006 school year. Written comments concerning any of the textbook series may be made to the superintendent of schools. The textbooks will be on display at the District Office, 5056 E. K-4 Highway, Gypsum, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday, May 23, 2005 through Monday, June 20, 2005.

Letters from home will certainly be appreciated while this 2005 SES graduate is attending the Air Force Academy: Basic Cadet Christina Tillman, Box 2119, USAF Academy, Colorado 80841-2119

Photos of the Band/Vocal Washington DC trip Top left: Kelsey Colby, Zach Bradrick, Kyle Maine, Mitch Mugler, Matthew Everhart in front of the White House Top right: Aubre Nisbeth, Kristina Lenz, Ali Mitchell, Rachael Hoeffner, Kelsey Kolby, Ethan Komp and other choir members in front of the Old Post Office Pavilion. Middle Left: Marshall Kohman, Charliey Staab, Chelsie Green, Mitch Mugler, Elissa Stein, Sadie Myers, Britten O’Banan, Ozzy Smith, Jacob Fehlman in front of Mt. Vernon. Middle Right: brass ensemble at Union Station Below left, choir at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. (Additional photos posted on the SES website under classroom pages)

Games to Play With Two Year Olds-Jackie Silberg

Follow the Tape
Make paths across the floor with masking tape. You can also do this outdoors. Make the path curve and turn and go a lot of different directions. Hold your child’s hand and walk along the path with him. As you walk, sing the song, “Oh, Do You Know the Muffin Man? When your two year old understands that he can walk on the masking tape and follow it, suggest that you travel the path in a different way. Try hopping, running, sliding, marching, walking backwards and tiptoeing. “The Muffin Man” is a big favorite of two year olds. You can also sing other favorite songs. What your two year old will learn: Balance

CHARACTER CONSTRUCTION CREW VIRTUE ESSAY CONTEST
Irena Sendler –Courage “Helping Others Despite Danger” by Krisanna Graham 1st Place “Will my child live?” one concerned parent asked. “I cannot guarantee it, but what I do know is that your child will not live if they don’t come with me,” Irena said honestly. Irena Sendler learned to help and care for others at a very young age. She was influenced by her father, a doctor, who cared for many poor Jewish families. Irena took part in the leftist Union of Democratic Youth and protested against many things like a “desk ghetto.” As an adult, Irena worked as senior administrator in the Warsaw Social Welfare Department, which ran canteens across the city when Germany invaded Poland in 1939. Irena began making the canteens provide not only food, financial aid, and other services for orphans, the elderly, and the poor, but also clothing, medicine and money for Jewish families. To avoid inspections, Irena had the Jewish people register under fake names and report as patients suffering contagious diseases. Irena was sickened by the conditions of the Warsaw Ghetto when it was built. This led her to join the Council for Aid to Jews, Zegota. While she was a part of Zegota, she directed the efforts to rescue Jewish children. Sendler used her position in the Welfare Dept. to get a pass from the Warsaw Epidemic Control Dept., which allowed her to gain access to the Warsaw Ghetto. She visited the Ghetto daily, bringing Jewish families necessities of life. Irena wore a star armband as a sign of her solidarity with Jewish people. To rescue the children, the hardest part for Irena was to get the parents to agree to let her smuggle their children out of the Ghetto. Irena still is haunted by the sounds of the parents and children crying as they were separated to this day. In order to successfully smuggle the children, Irena needed help fromthe outside. With the help from the outside, Irena was able to issue hundreds of false documents with forged signatures. She successfully smuggled approximately 2,500 Jewish children to safety and gave them new names. On ly Irena knew the children’s real identities and buried the information about each child in glass jars underneath an apple tree in a neighbor’s backyard. She hoped to dig up the jars, locate the children, and inform them of their past later on. Irena was arrested on October 20, 1943 for smuggling out Jewish children and was sentenced to death. Although the Germans tortured her for the information about the children, Irena stayed strong and silent. On her way to execution, Zegota bribed a soldier to let Irena escape. The next day, Irena’s name appeared on the list of executed Poles. After she escaped, Irena went under a new identity, and kept rescuing Jewish children until the end of the war. Then, Irena cared for the children so much that she dug up the jars from underneath the apple tree and tried to locate the children. After she located the children, she told them who their parents were. Although she tried to get the children reunited with their parents and relatives, many had died in Nazi concentration camps. Irena is one of the most inspirational people to me. I know of many presidents, leaders, and motivators, but none have saved 2,500 children’s lives like Irena. No other person has put forth so much effort to save children as much as Irena Sendler has. Even though she faced death to save the Jewish children, she did not give up. The fact that she

risked her life to save so many children really inspires me. Though the Germans broke her bones, they could not break Irena’ spirit. To not give up any of that information about the Jewish children’s whereabouts while being tortured was a courageous thing to do. She could have just told the Germans where to find the information and not be tortured, but no, Irena stayed strong and did not tell them anything. To me, that is the most inspirational think I have ever heard. Irena Sendler is definitely a hero, even though she does not call herself a hero or take any credit for her work. Wilma Rudolph – Determination By Jenna Sauber 2nd Place Ready…set…bang! Wilma jets from the starting block on to the sweltering hot track in a flurry of legs and speed. Her heart rises in her throat, and sweat drips into her dark brown eyes as she pounds the track with fast determination to cross the finish line—a finish line she thought she would never cross. Wilma was born in Clarksville, Tennessee in 1940. She was born prematurely, only weighing 4.5 pounds at birth. The local hospitals were segregated, so Wilma, an African American, was unable to get needed medical attention. By the time Wilma was 4, she had battled the measles, chicken pox, mumps, double pneumonia and other illnesses. In 1944, Mrs. Rudolph took Wilma to the only black doctor in town after Wilma’s left foot and leg showed signs of becoming crippled and deformed. The doctor immediately diagnosed Wilma with polio, a crippling disease with no cure. However, Mrs. Rudolph and Wilma didn’t give up hope of Wilma ever walking again. They located a doctor 50 miles away form their home and began making 2 trips a week to visit him. There, he put heavy metal braces on Wilma’s legs, and helped her with exercises to make her legs strong again. After over a year of therapy, exercises and crutches, Wilma and her mother weren’t able to go to the doctor for help any longer. Mrs. Rudolph taught herself the exercises and did them with Wilma everyday. Many times during those years of hard work just to regain her own strength, Wilma says she almost wanted to give up, but she didn’t. Finally, after 7 years of working to regain her strength, Wilma was able to walk by herself without crutches or braces. It was then that Wilma decided to become an athlete. Wilma went on to play basketball in high school. She was a member of the team, but Wilma’s coach did not put her in to play in a single game for 3 years. However, Wilma, determined to play, signed up year after year. She did get to play in 2 games her senior year. She changed her sports outlook to track and field and found great success. She is now an Olympic gold medal track sprinter. Wilma Rudolph greatly inspires me with her determination. When she was told that she was never going to walk again, she wouldn’t take no for an answer. She was greatly determined to regain her strength, and nothing was going to stop her. It took her 7 years to become strong enough to walk, a long time to work on something that you know you may never do. Not very many people would hold onto a hope that long, and it takes pure determination to do so. I hurt my ankle during the cross-country season and had to go through therapy for it to heal. Lots of times, I wanted to quit my therapy because I didn’t feel like I was getting anywhere, but when I learned about Wilma Rudolph, I was determined to run again. Her determination and love of running helped me to realize that running is very important to me, and that I should never give up on anything, from running to school work to everyday life. I continue to remember what Wilma did to overcome her struggle with polio, and her unwavering determination that led her to it. She helps me to stay determined in whatever I do, setting an example to follow by and to dream by. Wilma jets from the starting block on to the sweltering hot track in a flurry of legs and speed. Her heart rises in her throat, and sweat drips into her dark brown eyes as she pounds the track with fast determination to cross the finish line to claim the golden medal.

John Paul II (Karol Wajtyla) – Humility by Patrick Eslick….. 3rd Place “Papa! The bells!” yelled Karol Wajtyla as church bells rang in Wawodice, Poland. He was hanging on his father’s shoulders as they strolled through the square. “Your mother and I were thinking about enrolling you as an altar boy. Would you like that?” asked his father. “Sure, Papa!” said an excited young Wajtyla. His mother and brother would not live to see the day. Karol Wajtyla led an unhappy childhood. All of his immediate family died before he turned 21. He was an excellent student and athlete, but all that ended when the Nazis invaded Poland in Wajtyla’s early 20’s. He was almost forced into a Nazi work camp, but he hid out in a Catholic monastery where he became a priest in 1946, something his father had always wanted for him. As a priest he spread anti-abortion views. He also discouraged the anti-Semitic views of many Polish Catholics of the age. Quickly Wajtyla ascended the Catholic ranks of authority—Bishop, Archbishop, Cardinal, then finally after the sudden death of Pope John Paul I (1978) he became Pope, taking the name John Paul II in honor of his predecessor. John Paul II did many phenomenal things as pope. He visited over 115 Countries; spreading, not superimposing Catholicism to third world countries and the wealthy countries alike. He also became the first pope to branch out into the Jewish faith. He was the first pope ever to visit a synagogue, a major achievement in relations with other faiths. Not everything went smooth within his papacy. He was nearly assassinated by a man whom he later forgave for his

crime, which was committed for no apparent reason. After about 22 years into the papacy, he began to develop sicknesses, such as Parkinson’s Disease. He held out, however, until 2005, which was 27 years after he was elected. After giving one last Sunday prayer from his hospital balcony, he died. John Paul II did not get big-headed once he became pope. This is an example that we must also follow. He did not let his position in life elevate him above others. Nor did he consider himself better than the little people. In our own high positions that may or may not come, we must also remain humble, considering ourselves not bigger or better, only different fromthose around us. We must find a way to look up, not down upon others, especially if we find ourselves sitting on the highest pedestal. We need to follow the path of John Paul II who, even in the face of tremendous power, even in the face of cruel treatment, and even in the face of sadness, always put others before himself, and remained meek.

2005-2006 VIRTUE WORDS UNITY 1st 9 weeks HONESTY TRUTHFULNESS 2nd 9 weeks PURPOSE 3rd 9 weeks JUSTICE FAIRNESS 4th 9 weeks
Southeast of Saline School is proud to announce the post-secondary scholarships that have been awarded to our students. Most of the awards, recognition, scholarships, and accomplishments listed were revealed at our annual Academic Awards night in May, some have been awarded since that time (marked with **). We extend congratulations to all of our high school students on their outstanding academic accomplishments during the 2004-2005 school year. A special thanks to the patrons of our District that sponsor local scholarships as a reinforcement of these students efforts and achievements. It speaks highly of our community family to validate their achievements. NATIONAL AWARDS AIR FORCE ACADEMY Christina Tillman CARGILL SCHOLARSHIP Shelly Hillyard Andy Clifford Coy Cox Matt Short Erica Stein COCA COLA SEMIFINALIST Erica Stein ROBERT DOLE SCHOLARSHIP Shelly Hillyard ** TOYOTA SEMIFINALIST Erica Stein National Football Foundation Scholarship Andy Clifford STATE AWARDS KSHSAA Citizenship Shelly Hillyard Andy Clifford GOVENOR’S SCHOLAR Andy Clifford DANE HANSEN SCHOLARSHIPS (Vocational) Kayla Griffin Cory Krager Matt Short Lukas Spare Chris Rogge Scott Wolford (Academic) Andy Clifford Andrew Gies KANSAS BOARD OF REGENTS STATE SCHOLARS Andrew Clifford Jessica Conway Ben Cornelius Justin Dupes Matt Myers Jeremy Plymell April Ptacek Amanda Repp Chris Rogge Scott Sauber Erica Stein Christina Tillman Dani Weese STATE JOURNALISM (2nd newspaper Photography) Chantay Seim STATE FORENSICS 6 th place IDA Ryan Unruh Alex Earles 4 th place Duet

Lacey Bruggeman Britten O’Banan 3 rd Place IDA Sadie Myers Shannon Wilson 2 nd Place IDA Taylor Garretson Christina Sparacino State FFA Degree Eva Spare FCCLA LEADERSHIP (State Champ Jr. Par Law Team) Shannon Wilson Sadie Myers Shayla Seim Sarah Anderes Jessica Frazier Chelsie Green Elissa Stein (State Champ Chapter Showcase Manuel Team) Brittani Butler Miranda Everhart Ryan Unruh (Peer Education Team) Chelsey Mueller Alex Earles STATE OF KANSAS SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST C = class S = state (History) Robert Graham (CS) James Hemphill (CS) Chris Weller (CS) (Current Affairs) Alex Bunger(S) Miranda Everhart (S) Robert Graham (CS) James Hemphill (S) Gracia Johnson (S) Tim Nicholson (S) Travis Sheets (CS) Ozzy Smith (S0 Zach Tanner (CS) Ryan Unruh (S) Chris Weller (S) (Family Consumer Science) Ashley Houchin (CS) (Biology) John Christie (CS) Ben Cornelius (CS)

Katelyn Cyphers (CS Brian Dow (CS) Clinton MacDonald (CS) Cody Melander (CS) Rachael Moon (CS) Andrew Simmons (CS) Ross Terry (CS) Katie Waddle (CS) (Chemistry) Rachael Moon (CS) STATE ASSESSMENT STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS (Social Studies) Taylor Garretson Kyle Maine Mark McClure Rachael Moon Calvin Roesner Justin Schropp Christina Sparacino Eva Spare Brady Srna (Writing ( * Denotes perfect 5’s) (12th grade) Andrew Clifford Andre Gies Kayla Griffin Shelly Hillyard Janet Lamer * Devin Long Jessica MacDonald Garett Mugler April Ptacek Amanda Repp Chantay Seim Andrew Simmons Jessica Swanson * Christina Tillman Ashley Turnbull * Lindsey Zeller (11th grade) Kylee Anderson Taylor Garretson Robert Graham * Joni Heimer Holly Henry Kristina Lenz * Mark McClure * Allison Mitchell * Rachael Moon Ashley Petitjean Brandi Pounds Calvin Roesner Justin Schropp Christina Sparacino

Brady Srna * Chris Weller * (10th grade) Kassie Bethe Linsey Bolte Brittani Butler John Christie Daniel Clifford Alex Earles Andrea Everhart Miranda Everhart Bryson Flax Todd Gribble Gracia Johnson Chelsey Kincaid Ethan Komp Meaghan Ryan (9 th grade) Sadie Myers Tristin Scheel Shayla Seim Elissa Stein Shannon Wilson (Science) ** Danielle Abrams Emily Alexander Nick Chapel John Christie Danny Clifford Kelsey Colby Katelyn Cyphers Colby Douglas Brian Dow Miranda Everhart Brad Hansen Nick Hardesty Gary Hemmy Matt Hettenbach Gracia Johnson Ethan Komp Clinton MacDonald Cody Melander Tim Nicholson Skylar Nosker Joel Pengra Jordan Pengra Christina Platter Joe Pope Meaghan Ryan Kyle Schmid Jacob Simmons Klint Spiller Ross Terry Keshia Thomas James Viar Katie Waddle

Andrew Weber Kent Windholz (Reading) Alex Bunger Taylor Garretson Robert Graham Holly Henry Kristina Lenz Kyle Maine Mark McClure Rachael Moon Brandi Pounds Calvin Roesner Christina Sparacino Brady Srna (Math)** John Christie Danny Clifford Kelsey Colby Brittney Copeland Alex Earles Nick Hardesty Gary Hemmy Ethan Komp Kevein Kruse Cody Melander Tim Nicholson Joel Pengra Christina Platter Joe Pope Kyle Schmid Klint Spiller Ross Terry Keshia Thoms James Viar Kent Windholz LOCAL AWARDS ACADEMIC AWARDS (3.5 GPA–through 3 9-weeks) 9 TH GRADE Sarah Anderes Cierha Berry Kelcy Berry Matthew Everhart Amanda Harding John Henry Cole Lilly Mitchell Mugler Sadie Myers Britten O’Banan Shayla Seim Taylor Sly Ozzy Smith

Corey Srna Elissa Stein Brent Sweany Shannon Wilson Jeremy Ziegler 10 GRADE Emily Alexander Kassandra Beth Linsey Bolte John Christie Daniel Clifford Kelsey Colby Brittney Copeland Katelyn Cyphers Brian Dow Alex Earles Miranda Everhart Nick Hardesty Gracia Johnson ChelseyKincaid Ethan Komp Clinton MacDonald Cody Melander RanDee Platt Christina Platter Aaron Plymell Klint Spiller Ross Terry James Viar Katie Waddle Kent Windholz 11 GRADE Becky Breer Taylor Garretson Robert Graham Carissa Kruse Kristina Lenz Mark McClure Jimmy McDowell Allison Mitchell Rachael Moon Chelsey Mueller Calvin Roesner Justin Schropp Christina Sparacino Eva Spare Brady Srna Chris Weller 12 TH GRADE Andrew Clifford Kayla Griffin Shelly Hillyard Matthew Myers Jeremy Plymell April Ptacek Scott Sauber
TH TH

Chantay Seim Erica Stein Christina Tillman Ashley Turnbull Danielle Weese AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN”S SCHOLARSHIP Chantay Seim Shelly Hillyard ** Erica Stein ** Garett Mugler (2) April Ptacek **

Ashley Petitjean Shelly Hillyard Cassie McDowell Jesica Brown Ryan Unruh Ashley Burdette Todd Brown Mark McClure Leigh Bolte Lacey Bruggeman Ashley Houchin Amanda Repp Danielle Abrams Becky Breer Devin Long AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP AWARDS Grade 9 Sadie Myers Matthew Everhart Grade 10 Gracia Johnson Nick Hardesty Grade 11 Holly Henry Robert Graham AUGUSTANA Joe Rollins BAKER UNIVERSITY Ashley Houchin Andrew Gies EARL BANE SCHOLARSHIP April Ptacek BIG BROTHERS/ SISTERS STIPEND Shelly Hillyard Andy Clifford Ashley Houchin Joe Rollins BAUSCH & LOMB SCIENCE AWARD Robert Graham CLOUD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE David Gray Chantey Seim BIG

COFFEYVILLE JR COLLEGE Matt Myers CAREERS 2005 (Job Search) 1 st place Lisa Lawson Travis Sheets Ashley Spaeny Hannah Zerbe 2 nd Place Joe Rollins 3 rd Place Allison Burt ROSE MARIE COLLINS McDONALD SCHOLARSHIP Erica Stei n DODGE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Jessica Brown Devin Long DAR GOOD CITIZEN Shelly Hillyard DRAMA AWARDS Best Actor Ryan Unruh Best Actress Lacey Bruggeman DRAMA RECOGNITION (8 semesters of drama) Allison Burt Lacey Bruggeman MOST INSPIRATIONAL FORENSICS Kaleb Feist CARA EVERHART SCHOLARSHIP Shelly Hillyard DYLAN EVERHART SCHOLARSHIP Justin Dupes FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY Austin Barnes

ASSARIA LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Scott Wolford AMERICAN LEGION AWARD April Ptacek Jeremy Plymell AMERICAN HISTORY AWARDS Taylor Garretson Robert Graham James Hemphill AMERICAN LITERATURE AWARD Taylor Garretson Gracia Johnson Mark McClure Chelsey Mueller John Christie Justin Schropp Christina Sparacino Brady Srna ART AWARDS David Hoeffner Emily Diaz Katie Chapel Andy Weber Rachel Nicholson Nicolai Robertson Holly Henry Brent Sweany Miranda Fluke Ashley Spaeny Colby Stephenson Whitney Cameron Kristy Mendenhall Taylor Hansen Allenay Simpson Janie Verhoeff

FFA DISTRICT RECOGNITION Coy Cox Eva Spare Ben Cornelius Brent Sweany FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS Nicholai Robertson Sebastian Leitenger Pablo Schiffiano FOREIGN LANGUAGE AWARDS Spanish I Rachael Moon Spanish II Danny Clifford Robert Graham Spanish III Jeremy Plymell Calvin Roesner Gracia Johnson Spanish IV Andrew Simmons French I Pablo Schiaffino French II Taylor Garretson Eva Spare Klint Spiller French III Chelsey Mueller Amanda Repp French IV Katie Chapel Christina Tillman Alex Mutschler Leigh Bolte Ashley Turnbull FRIENDS UNIVERSITY April Ptacek GYPSUM LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Matt Breen Kendra Lawson Colby Stephenson OLIVER SCHOLARSHIP Matt Short HOBY James Viar HAAG

DAVID HEUBLIN SCHOLARSHIP Matt Myers Joe Rollins HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE Kayla Griffin Jessica MacDonald Lukas Spare Bridgette Blomquist JR. LEADERSHIP (SALINA AREA CHAMBER COMMERCE) Joni Heimer Christina Lenz Allison Mitchell Chelsey Mueller Aubre Nisbeth Travis Sheets

(9th grade) Shayla Seim (10th grade) Gracia Johnson (11th grade) Brady Srna (12th grade) Shelly Hillyard LITERATURE AWARDS Dani Weese Andy Clifford MCDONALDS RAY KROC YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Shelly Hillyard NCAA League Champ Forensics Britten O’Banan Lacey Bruggeman Sadie Myers Shannon Wilson NEWMAN COLLEGE Coy Cox NCAA ALL LEAGUE ACADEMIC AWARDS Seniors April Ptacek Chantay Seim Erica Stein Dani Weese Juniors Robert Graham Carissa Kruse Kristina Lenz Mark McClure Ali Mitchell Rachael Moon Chelsey Mueller Justin Schropp Christina Sparacino Brady Srna

PRATT COMMUNITY COLLEGE Chris Rogge PRESIDENTAL ACADEMIC AWARDS Andy Clifford Justin Dupes Ashley Houchin Shelly Hillyard Matt Myers Jeremy Plymell April Ptacek Scott Sauber Chantay Seim Erica Stein Christina Tillman Ashley Turnbull Danielle Weese PRESIDENTAL ACADEMIC EFFORT AWARD William Ballou Austin Barnes Katie Chapel Jessica Conway Ben Cornelius Andrew Gies David Gray Kayla Griffin Janet Lamer Garett Mugler Joe Rollins Matt Short Colby Stephenson Scott Wolford JOHN R. SHOW SR. SCHOLARSHIP Jeremy Plymell SALINA PARKS & REC. YOUTH ADVISOR Joe Rollins SES EDUCATION ASSOCIATION FUTURE TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP Danielle Weese SCIENCE AWARDS (Biology) James Viar Klint Spiller Katelyn Cyphers (Outstanding Biology) Gracia Johnson Miranda Everhart

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M.L. KARBER FAMILY DANCE TEAM SCHOLARSHIP Colby Stephenson Ashley Houchin AUGUST & NAN KRAUSE SCHOLARSHIP Jessica Swanson Amanda Repp KANSAS WESLEYAN Katie Chapel Ashley Turnbull Andrew Simmons Janet Lamer K-STATE (outstanding math & science) Jeremy Plymell (scholarship) Jeremy Plymell Colby Stephenson KSAL SCHOLARSHIP April Ptacek ** KIPP PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP Garett Mugler Legacy Award (SES Education Foundation)

OTTAWA COLLEGE Ian Hughes OUTSTANDING YOUNG EDUCATOR (SES Elementary/SES Education Foundation) Colby Stephenson

(Chemistry) Samantha Hargadine Kristina Lenz Robert Graham (Outstanding Chemistry) Mark McClure HS SCIENCE FAIR WINNING EXPERIMENTS Gracia Johnson Miranda Everhart Mark McClure Kylee Anderson DOMINIC SPARACINO SCHOLARSHIP Dani Weese Austin Barnes PAUL & IRMA SPELLMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Justin Dupes SALINE COUNTY FARM BUREAU Lukas Spare Kayla Griffin Matt Short SALINE CO. RWD #2 Chantay Seim JANE TINKLER CHEERLEADER AWARD Bridgette Blomquist Ashley Turnbull TOPEKA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Jeremy Plymell TRI RIVERS FAIR SCHOLARSHIP Erica Stein TROJOURNAL AWARD Jessica Conway VOLUNTEER CONNECTION SCHOLARSHIP Andy Clifford Eva Spare USA Vica Contest (Vo Tech) William Ballou

UNSUNG HERO AWARDS Christina Platter Kristina Lenz Lindsey Zeller VALPARAISO Alex Mutschler VOICE OF DEMOCRACY Shelly Hillyard WASHBURN Amanda Repp Dani Weese Jessica Conway Shelly Hillyard WENDYS HEISMAN AWARD Matt Myers Chantay Seim YEARBOOK AWARDS Kylee Anderson Amber Barnett Coy Cox Lisa Lawson Kim Rousseau Chantay Seim Ashley Turnbull 4-H SCHOLARSHIP Erica Stein Lukas Spare SPRING SPORTS NCAA League Track Champs Brooke Kent (Triple Jump) Brooke Kent (100) Brandi Pounds (200) Clinton MacDonald (1600) Clinton MacDonald (3200) NCAA League Softball Dani Weese (infield) Erica Stein (outfield) Kylee Anderson (pitcher) April Ptacek (utility) NCAA League Baseball Joe Rollins (catcher) Nick Hardesty (infield)

Garett Mugler (outfield) Austin Barnes (pitcher) Tim Nicholson (DH) Regional Track Champions Girls 4x800 relay (Kelsey Colby; Meaghan Ryan; Jessica Frazier; Jessica MacDonald) Girls 4x100 relay (Chelsey Kincaid; Brandi Pounds; Holly Henry; Brooke Kent) Girls 4x400 relay (Taylor Sly; Brandi Pounds; Brooke Kent; Holly Henry) Brooke Kent (triple jump) SES Softball Team Regional Runner Up SES Baseball Team Regional Runner Up SES Girls Track Team Regional Runner Up STATE TRACK RESULTS Boys Team – 8 th Girls Team – 9 th Brooke Kent Triple Jump 3A State Champion Girls 4x800 (8th) Kelsey Colby; Jessica Frazier; Jessica MacDonald; Meaghan Ryan Boys 4x800 (3rd) Bryson Flax, Ethan Komp; Ian Hughes; Chris Weller Boys High Jump Tony Kirkbride (14th) Girls 100

Brooke Kent (3 rd) Girls 200 Brandi Pounds (12th) Boys 1600 Clinton MacDonald (6 th) Girls 4x100 (2nd) Holly Henry; Brooke Kent; Chelsey Kincaid; Brandi Pounds Boys 400 Colby Douglas (3 rd) Boys 800 Clinton MacDonald (7 th) Ian Hughes (11th) Boys 4x400 (2 nd) Colby Douglas, Justin Schropp, Ethan Komp, James Hemphill Girls 4x400 (8th) Taylor Sly; Holly Henry; Brooke Kent; Brandi Pounds Letter Winners 2004-2005 (p = provisional) Basketball (Boys) Garett Mugler Lukas Spare Justin Schropp Jimmy McDowell Brady Srna Bryson Flax Nick Hardesty Aaron Plymell (p) Ian Hughes Ethan Komp (p) Basketball (Girls) Dani Weese Chantay Seim Jessica Swanson Erica Stein Shayla Seim (p) April Ptacek Jessica MacDonald Brooke Kent Holly Henry

Eva Spare (mgr) Cheerleading Taylor Short Amber Barnett Kristy Mendenhall Ashley Turnbull Bridgette Blomquist Cross Country Clinton MacDonald Jessica MacDonald Klint Spiller Kody Lynn (p) John Christie (p) Alex Earles (p) Becky Breer (mgr) Jay Bartlett Hannah Zerbe Joni Heimer Chelsey Mueller Kelsey Colby Meaghan Ryan Ian Hughes Matt Short Lukas Spare Mark McClure RanDee Platt Brady Srna Football Kent Windholz (p) Kyle Maine Gary Hemmy Seth Stanley David Gray Dylan Helvey Andy Clifford Matt Hettenbach Austin Barnes Michael Lacy Colby Douglas Justin Dupes Justin Schropp Andrew Weber (p) Joe Rollins Jordan Pengra Joel Pengra Jimmy McDowell Ethan Komp Travis Sheets Scott Sauber Kyle Schmidt (p) Zach Bradrick James Hemphill Kyle Moyer Andrew Gies Matt Myers Chris Rogge

Nick Hardesty Garett Mugler Chris Weller Cody Melander Bryson Flax Golf Zach Tanner Brad Sleek Ryan Unruh David Hoeffner Kyle Maine Scott Wolford Alex Mutschler John Christie Scholars’ Bowl Robert Graham Rachael Moon Brent Sweany Ozzie Smith John Christie Klint Spiller Brian Dow Calvin Roesner Andrew Simmons Scott Sauber Andrew Gies Alex Mutschler Softball Kylie Anderson Christine Pauley Chelsey Mueller Shayla Seim Shelly Hillyard April Ptacek Dani Weese Elissa Stein Erica Stein Chantay Seim Carissa Kruse Ashley Petitjean Volleyball Ali Mitchell Holly Henry Shelly Hillyard Erica Stein Amanda Repp Jessica Swanson April Ptacek Chantay Seim Wrestling Chris Weller Michael Lacy Charliey Staab Kody Lynn Britten O’Bannan

Matt Breen William Ballou Austin Barnes Coy Cox Zach Tanner Adam Spaeny Andy Weber

Honor Students (3.5 GPA 3- 9 weeks) 7 th GRADE Spencer Baird LaCrista Brightbill Katie Cornelius Patrick Eslick Krisanna Graham Chelsea Hanks Coleman Henry Joshua Jensen Victoria Johnson Amanda Keeler Megan Kincaid-Heidel Chelsey Kohman Matt Mortimer Elizabeth Peuchen Sarah Reese Shannon Rogge Sutton Sanders Jena Sauber Chloe Seim 8 TH GRADE Caitlin Conley Trask Engel Layton Everhart Stephanie Gantt Kristi Hargadine Rachel Pantle Greg Peterson Zach Short Jenna Sleek STATE Assessment Awards (Reading) Skylar Bosco Caitlin Conley Trask Engel Layton Everhart Kristi Hargadine Rachel Pantle Greg Peterson Megan Sauber Brianne Sweany Cole VanBlaricon Caitlin Weber

JUNIOR HIGH Presidents Award for Educational Excellence Caitlin Conley Trask Engel Layton Everhart Stephanie Gantt Kristi Hargadine Nick Ostmeyer Rachel Pantle Greg Peterson Trell Peterson Jenna Sleek Presidents Award for Educational Improvement Caitlin Bosco Ryan Hahn Tyler Herrington Jamie Hitchcock Max McClure Shelby Meyer Kirk Nelson Thomas Patry Kaley Rodriguez Megan Sauber Cassandra Schlesener Zach Short Cole VanBlaricon Caitlin Weber

(Writing) (* Denotes perfect 5) Shelbey Edwards Trask Engel

Shamus Forsberg Krisanna Graham Lynnsey Heimer Chelsi Hemphill Victoria Johnson * Max McClure Rachel Pantle Gregory Peterson Trell Peterson Elizabeth Peuchen * Megan Sauber Chloe Seim Jenna Sleek (Science) Spencer Baird Bryant Beneke Ever Blanco Patrick Eslick Krisanna Graham Chelsea Hanks Coleman Henry Dylan Howe Joshua Jensen Victoria Johnson Matt Mortimer Elizabeth Peuchen Jeffery Platter Sarah Reece Shannon Rogge Sutton Sanders Jena Sauber Shane Schoenhofer Chloe Seim Oliva VanBlaricon Brant Weaver

Krisanna Graham Chelsea Hanks Cole Henry Dylan Howe Josh Jensen Victoria Johnson Megan Kincaid-Heidel Chelsey Kohman Matt Mortimer Elizabeth Peuchen Jeffrey Platter Shannon Rogge Jena Sauber Chloe Seim Amanda Shields Brant Weaver Citizenship Award 7 th Grade Victoria Johnson 8 th Grade Max McClure

2005-2006 in your mailboxes after July 20th. Best of Luck and safe travel to all our Star Event Competitors, Peer Ed Members, State Officer, and sponsors at the National FCCLA Meeting in San Diego July 1-7! Thanks to the SES community for supporting them!

ARE YOU MISSING THESE ITEMS? Ladies wedding rings and a men’s black leather jacket have been turned in to the SES office – stop by to identify and claim!

(Social Studies) Manuel Blanco Caitlin Conley Layton Everhart Stephanie Gantt Ryan Hahn Kristi Hargadine Nick Ostmeyer Rachel Pantle Greg Peterson Robert Spear (Math) Spencer Baird Ever Blanco Patrick Eslick Victor Gonzalez

Enrollment Dates Wednesday, Aug. 3 9am-3pm Thursday, Aug. 4 1-6 pm (Madrigal tryouts both days from 10-noon) Classes for 05-06 begin on Wednesday, August 17th Look for complete enrollment information for


				
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