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					                 Randolph School District


                    Local Scholarship
                          Guide




February, 2010
                                    Guidelines for the Randolph
                          ADULT ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB SCHOLARSHIP
                                              1 - $400

I.     BACKGROUND

        This scholarship is awarded by the Randolph Adult Athletic Booster Club. It is established and
        maintained by the Randolph Booster Club in accordance with the name and purposes of our organization
        as defined by our constitution. The Randolph Booster Club is firmly committed to the idea that athletic
        participation and academic success go hand in hand.

II.     GENERAL

         One scholarship for $400 shall be awarded to a graduate of Randolph High School. The scholarship
          will be for college or technical school.
         The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph Booster Club.

III.    SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

         Application is to be made on forms provided by the Randolph Booster Club. Applications shall be
          processed by the Randolph Booster Club.
         Applicants must have the recommendations from two instructors who have had the applicant in class,
          and two recommendations from outside the academic setting.
         The scholarship committee of the Randolph Booster Club shall review and select a recipient from the
          completed applications.

IV.     CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

         Must have attended Randolph High School for a minimum of two years.
         Must have earned four varsity letters from Randolph High School by the scholarship deadline.
         Graduate of the current Randolph High School class.
         Recipient should be in the upper 50% of the class
         Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
          school, community, and church activities.
         Recipient must include rank in class and grade point average on the application. A listing of courses
          taken while in high school must be included with the application.
         Preference may be given to students who have been involved in extra-curricular athletics all year for
          four years in high school.

V.      PAYMENT

            The scholarship will be paid on the basis of $200 for the first semester of attendance and $200 for
            the second semester of attendance. Should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll for the
            first semester of the academic year immediately following graduation, the scholarship shall be
            forfeited and awarded to the alternate.

            Awarding of the first $200 shall be made on December 15 of the first semester. Payment shall be
            made directly to the recipient. No payment shall be made if the recipient has not registered for the
            second semester. Awarding of the second $200 shall be made on March 15 of the second semester.

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                                   Guidelines for the Randolph
                             CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SCHOLARSHIP
                                             1 - $400



  I.    GENERAL

        One scholarship of $400.00 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class of
         Randolph High School.
        Scholarship money may be used for enrollment at any University, College, Vocational, or Technical
         School.

 II.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Applications will be available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
        Applicant must have recommendations from two instructors who have had the applicant in class, and
         two recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Graduate of the current Randolph High School Class.
        Recipient must be in the upper 50% of the class.
        Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
         school and community activities.
        Applicant should be entering the field of business. Primary consideration will be given to an
         applicant who is working for or is a child of a Chamber Member. Should no one meet these criteria,
          will be awarded to the most deserving applicant.
        Recipient should include grade point average and rank in class on the application and attach a
         transcript showing the courses taken in High School. This information should be provided by the
         High School Office.
        The recipient should also include any information pertaining to financial needs, physical needs and
         any special circumstances that may apply.

III.    SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

        The scholarship committee of the High School comprised of the Principal, Guidance Counselor, and
        three staff members, shall review the completed applications and recommend three recipients. The
        Randolph Chamber of Commerce will make the final selection after reviewing the recommendations
        and all of the applications.

 IV.    PAYMENT

        Scholarship to be paid following the completion of the first semester and the confirmation of
        registration for the second semester. Evidence of registration must be mailed or delivered to Alan
        Detjen of the Randolph Chamber of Commerce. Should the recipient of the scholarship choose not to
        enroll for the first semester immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be awarded to the
        alternate.




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                                         Guidelines for the
                            DAVID M. NIEMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                             1 - $300

This scholarship is awarded in memory of David M. Nieman. David was a graduate of Randolph High
School where he was active in football, basketball, baseball, FFA, Letter Club and a member of the
Yearbook staff. After graduation, David was a member of the Randolph Booster Club and the FFA
Alumni, helping to support high school students.

It is a fitting tribute to David that this scholarship in his name will benefit a student furthering his/her
education.

      I. GENERAL

        One scholarship in the amount of $300 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class of
        Randolph High School. The scholarship shall be open to any major in an accredited vocational school
        or four year college.

      II. CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

         Applications are to be on forms provided by the Randolph High School. Applications will be
          available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
         Applicant must be a graduating member of current senior class of Randolph High School.
         Applications must have the recommendation of two people outside of the school system and two
          teachers.
         Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
           school and community activities.
         Recipient must include rank in class and GPA on the application and attach a transcript showing the
          courses taken in high school. This information will be provided by the high school office.
         Academics are not the determining factor. Selection is mainly based on the desire and ability to go on
          to post secondary school.
         A handwritten essay on the following questions must be attached to the application.
           What are your major accomplishments and how have they given you satisfaction as a person?

 III. SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

        The Nieman family will make the final selection of the recipient after reviewing all of the applications.

IV.     PAYMENT

        The scholarship will be paid on the basis of $150 following completion of first semester and $150 paid
        at the end of March. Should the recipient of the scholarship choose not to enroll for the first semester
        immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited. Also, no payment shall be made if
        the recipient has not registered for second semester. To receive the first payment, recipient needs to
        contact Karen Nieman after completion of each semester with grades and proof of registration for the
        following semester.



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                                      Guidelines for the
                        DODGE COUNTY MASONIC LODGE 72 SCHOLARSHIP
                                          1 - $500

I.       GENERAL

         One scholarship in the amount of $500 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class
         of Randolph High School. The scholarship is for a student attending a college or university,
         vocational, technical, business or nursing school.

II.      CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:

         Applications are to be made on forms provided by the Randolph High School.
         Applicant must have recommendations from two instructors who have had the applicant in class, and
          two recommendations from outside the academic setting.
         Graduate of the current Randolph High School class
         Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
          school, community and church activities.
         Recipient should include grade point average and rank in class on the application and attach a
          transcript showing the courses taken in high school. This information will be provided by the high
          school office.
         The recipient should also include any information pertaining to financial needs, physical needs and
          any special circumstances that may apply.

 III.     SELECTION OF RECIPIENT:

         The scholarship committee of the Randolph High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance
         Counselor and three staff members, shall review the completed applications and select one recipient
         and an alternate.

 IV.      PAYMENT:

         Payment shall be made following proof of completion of first semester and registration for second
         semester. Evidence of registration and enrollment must be made to the Randolph High School Office.
         Should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll the first semester of the academic year
         immediately following High School graduation, the scholarship shall be forfeited and awarded to the
         alternate.




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                                         Guidelines for the
                       DOUGLAS L. JUNG ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
                                             1 - $500



I.     BACKGROUND

       This scholarship is sponsored by Keith Gundlach in honor and recognition of Douglas L. Jung in recognition of
       his outstanding record of achievement as a FFA member and officer. Doug was the State Star Farmer of
       Wisconsin in 1999. He was a State Proficiency winner in three areas, and a national proficiency winner in Feed
       Grain Placement. He was also a National Proficiency Finalist in Feed Grain-Entrepreneurship and had a National
       Silver ranking in Beef Production-Entrepreneurship. It is a fitting tribute that a scholarship in Doug’s name
       benefits a student pursuing a degree in agriculture/natural resources.

II.    GENERAL

        One scholarship for $500.00 will be awarded to a graduate of Randolph High School. The scholarship will
         be for college or technical school.
        The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph Agriculture Department and the FFA.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

        Application shall be made on forms provided by the Randolph Agriculture Department. Completed forms
         should be submitted to the Randolph Agriculture Instructor.
        Applicants must have the recommendations from three instructors who have had the student in class and two
         recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Selection of the recipient shall be made by Douglas L. Jung who shall compile the scores and score the
         essays. The donor for this scholarship shall have the final say as to who the recipient shall be.

IV.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        The recipient must have attended RHS or CFHS for at least three years.
        The recipient must have been in agriculture classes for four years. This may be waived if no agriculture
         majors fit the above criteria. Students who plan to pursue agriculture in their post-high school studies shall be
         given preference, but the scholarship is not limited to those students. The recipient must be an active FFA
         member when the scholarship is awarded and should join the FFA Alumni upon graduation.
        FFA activities and achievements will play a major role in the selection of the winner.
        The recipient should be in the upper 50% of the class.
        The recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
         school, community, and church activities.
        Recipient must include rank in class and grade point average on the application. A listing of courses taken
         while in high school must be attached to the application for the applicant to be considered.

V.     PAYMENT

       The scholarship will be paid on the basis of $250 for the first semester of attendance and $250.00 for the second
       semester of attendance. Should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll for the first semester of the
       academic year immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited and awarded to the alternate.

       Awarding of the first $250.00 shall be made on December 15 of the first semester. Payment shall be made
       directly to the recipient. No payment shall be made if the recipient has not registered for the second semester.
       Awarding of the second 250.00 shall be made on March 15 of the second semester.


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                                     Guidelines for the
                      DOUGLAS M. KOHLBECK LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP
                                         1 - $250



I.     BACKGROUND

       This scholarship is supported by the Randolph Letter Club in recognition of a Letter Club member who
       has excelled in working for Letter Club projects and who has been involved in athletics all four years of
       high school.

II.    GENERAL

        The scholarship is intended for a student attending a two year or four year institution of higher
         learning.
        The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph Letter Club.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

       There is no application form. The recipients shall be chosen by the Letter Club advisor who has records
       on student involvement in Letter Club activities.

IV.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Multi-year athletic participant.
        Active in Letter Club activities and programs.

V.     PAYMENT

       One scholarship in the amount of $250 will be awarded. The scholarship will be paid on December 15
       of the fall semester upon proof or registration for the second semester. Should the recipient of the
       scholarship choose not to enroll for the first semester of the academic year immediately following
       graduation, the scholarship will not be offered.




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                                Guidelines for the Randolph
                        EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP
                                          1 - $200
   I. GENERAL

           One scholarship of $200.00 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current Randolph High School
            graduating class.
           Scholarship money may be used for enrollment at any University, College, Vocational,
            Technical or Nursing School

   II. CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

           Applications will be available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
           Applicant must have recommendations from two instructors who have had the applicant in class,
            and two recommendations from outside the academics setting.
           Graduate of the current Randolph High School Class.
           Applicant should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in
            home, school and community activities.
           Applicant should be going into a career in the medical field with primary consideration given
            to those studying to be doctors or nurses and then to all other medical fields.
           Applicant should include grade point average and rank in class on the application and attach a
            transcript showing the courses taken in High School. This information should be provided by
            the High School Office.
           The applicant should also include any information pertaining to financial needs, physical needs
            and any special circumstances that may apply.

   III.     SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

            The scholarship committee of the High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance Counselor
            and three staff members, shall review the completed applications and recommend three
            recipients. The Randolph E.M.S. will make the final selection after reviewing the
            recommendations and all the applications.

IV. PAYMENT

             Scholarship money to be paid to the recipient following the completion of the first semester and
             the confirmation of registration for the second semester. Evidence of registration must be mailed
            or delivered to the Randolph E.M.S. at the Randolph Village Hall. Should the recipient of the
            award choose to not enroll the first semester of the academic year immediately following High
            School graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited and awarded to the alternate. The scholarship
            would also be forfeited if the recipient does not continue in the medical field.




SCHOLARSHIP CHECK WILL BE VOIDED IF NOT PICKED UP IN JANUARY OF THE YEAR
                FOLLOWING HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION.


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                                       Guideline for the
                         EUGENE A. JENKINS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                           1 - $500

I.     BACKGROUND

       This scholarship is supported by interest generated from part of a bequest left to the Randolph
       Agriculture & FFA Foundation from the estate of Eugene Jenkins.

II.    GENERAL

        The scholarship is intended for a high school agriculture student attending a two year or four year
         post-secondary institution and who has graduated from Randolph High School or Cambria-Friesland
         High School.
        The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph Agriculture Department and FFA.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

        Application shall be made on forms provided by the Randolph Agriculture Department. Completed
         forms should be submitted to the Randolph Agriculture Instructor.
        Applicants must have the recommendations from two instructors who have had the student in class
         and two recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Selection of the recipients shall be made by the Agriculture Scholarship Committee.
        The recipient should have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, but it is no a requirement

IV.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        The recipient must have attended Randolph High School for at least two years with a preference
         given to those who have attended RHS or CFHS for three years or longer.
        The high school recipient must have been in agriculture classes for four years or have taken a
         minimum of four agriculture courses in three years. This may be waived by the Jenkins family if
         they wish. The high school recipient must be an active FFA member when the scholarship is
         awarded and should join the FFA Alumni upon graduation.
        FFA activities and achievements will play a major role in the selection of the high school winner.
        The recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship, high moral standards, and have been an
        active participant in home, school, community, and church activities.
        Financial need is not a factor in the selection of the recipient.
        Recipient must include rank in class and grade point average on the application. A listing of courses
        taken while in high school must be attached to the application.
        If no student meets the requirement for selection, the scholarship money will not be awarded.

V.     PAYMENT

       One scholarship in the amount of $500 will be awarded. The scholarship will be paid on December 15 of
       the fall semester upon proof or registration for the second semester. Should the recipient of the
       scholarship choose not to enroll for the first semester of the academic year immediately following
       graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited and awarded to the alternate.



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                                          Guideline for the
                                  EVANS EDGEWOOD SCHOLARSHIP
                                              1 - $250




I.     BACKGROUND

       The Edgewood College Scholarship is sponsored by Mary Evans and is intended to assist a student who
       wishes to attend Edgewood College. Mary Evans was a graduate of Edgewood and wishes to help a
       student who attends Edgewood with their college expenses. The recipient is chosen from applicants who
       are accepted at Edgewood College.


II.    SELECTION OF RECIPIENT(S)

       Recipient is chosen from applicants accepted at Edgewood College.


III.   PAYMENT

       The scholarship will be paid following completion of first semester and registration for second semester
       Should the recipient of the scholarship choose not to enroll for the first semester immediately following
       graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited. The scholarship shall be administered by Randolph High
       School who shall supply and collect the scholarship applications. First semester grades and proof of
       registration for second semester should be brought to Mr. Keith Gundlach.




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                                                Guidelines for the
                                           FFA ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP
                                                    1 - $400

I.     BACKGROUND

       The Randolph FFA Alumni is committed to excellence in the field of agriculture and the FFA. It is our belief that
       a background in agriculture makes for a more complete and well-rounded education. It is also our belief that a
       working knowledge of the FFA and its aims and purposes better prepare an individual for success whether it is in
       the field of agriculture or in another area. For these purposes, this scholarship is being awarded to benefit a
       student who is a graduate of the Randolph Agriculture and FFA Program.

II.    GENERAL

        One scholarship in the amount of $400 shall be awarded to a graduate of the Randolph High School
        Agriculture Program. The scholarship shall be for college or a technical school.
        As funds are available, runners-up may be entitled to alternate scholarships in the amount of $200.
         Awarding of the alternate scholarships shall be made on December 15th.
        The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph FFA Alumni.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT(S)

        Application is to be made on forms provided by the Randolph FFA Alumni. Applications shall be
         processed by the Randolph FFA Alumni.
        Applicants must have the recommendations of two instructors who have had the student in class and from
         two people outside the academic setting.
        The scholarship committee of the Randolph FFA Alumni shall review and select a recipient(s) from t he
         completed applications.

IV.    CRITERIA

        The recipient(s) must have been in agriculture classes for three years. Students who plan to pursue
         agriculture as a course of study in their post-high school education shall be given a degree of
         preference but the scholarship is not limited to those students.
        The recipient must be an active FFA member at the time the scholarship is awarded and should join the
         FFA alumni upon graduation.
        Effective participation in FFA activities shall be a major consideration in selection of the recipient(s).
        The recipient(s) should be in the upper 50% of the graduation class, but the scholarship is not limited to those
         who are in the upper 50% of the class.
        The recipient(s) should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been active in home, school,
         community, and church activities.
        Recipient(s) must include rank in class and grade point average on the application. A listing of courses
         taken while in high school must be attached for the applicant to be considered.

V.     PAYMENT

       This scholarship is paid for on the basis of $200 for the first semester of attendance and $200 for the second
       semester of attendance. Should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll for the first semester of the
       academic year immediately following graduation, the scholarship shall be forfeited and awarded to the alternate.

       Awarding of the first $200 payment shall be made on December 15 of the first semester. Payment shall be made
       directly to the recipient. No payment shall be made unless the recipient presents proof of enrollment for the
       second semester. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of the scholarship. Awarding of the second $200 shall
       be made on March 1 of the second semester.

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                                          Guidelines for the
                                   FFA EXTRA MILE SCHOLARSHIP
                                              1 - $250

I.     BACKGROUND

       This scholarship is supported by the RCF FFA in recognition of an FFA member who has excelled in
       his/her work with the FFA.


II.    GENERAL

        The scholarship is intended for a student attending a two year or four year institution of higher
         learning.
        The number of scholarships shall be tied to the amount of money generated by the RCF FFA
         Scholarship Raffle.
        The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph Agriculture Department and FFA.


III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

       There is no application form. The recipient shall be chosen by the agriculture instructor who has records
       on student involvement in Agriculture department and FFA activities.


IV.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

          Multi-year agriculture student.
          Active in Agriculture Department and FFA activities and programs.
          A complete and up to date resume will be considered as part of the selection criteria.
          Students who do not receive other scholarships may be considered more seriously than others of all
           other criteria are equal.


V.     PAYMENT

       One or more scholarships in the amount of $250 will be awarded. The scholarship(s) will be paid on
       December 15 of the fall semester upon proof or registration for the second semester. Should the
       recipient(s) of the scholarship choose not to enroll for the first semester of the academic year
       immediately following graduation, the scholarship will not be offered.




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                                          Guidelines for the
                                   FFA LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP
                                              1 - $250

I.     BACKGROUND

       This scholarship is supported by the RCF FFA in recognition of an FFA officer who has excelled in
       implementing the FFA Program of Activities and promoting the Agriculture Department and FFA in the
       school and the community.

II.    GENERAL

        The scholarship is intended for a student attending a two year or four year institution of higher
         learning.
        The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph Agriculture Department and FFA.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

       There is no application form. The recipients shall be chosen by the agriculture instructor who has
       records on student involvement in Agriculture department and FFA activities.

IV.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

       Multi-year agriculture student.

        Active in Agriculture Department and FFA activities and programs.
        Preference may be given to agriculture students attending post-secondary education who do not
         receive other scholarships.
        A complete and up to date resume will be considered as part of the selection criteria.
        Financial need may be a factor in the selection of the recipient.

V.     PAYMENT

       One or more scholarship in the amount of $250 will be awarded. The scholarship will be paid on
       December 15 of the fall semester upon proof or registration for the second semester. Should the
       recipient of the scholarship choose not to enroll for the first semester of the academic year immediately
       following graduation, the scholarship will not be offered.




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                                      Guidelines for the Randolph
                                 FIRE DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIP
                                                1 - $250



  I.    GENERAL

        One scholarship of $250.00 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class of
         Randolph High School.
        Scholarship money may be used for enrollment at any University, College, Vocational, Technical or
         Nursing School.

 II.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Applications will be available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
        Applicant must have recommendations from two instructors who have had the applicant in class, and
         two recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Graduate of the current Randolph High School Class.
        Recipient must have a GPA of “C” or better.
        Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
         school and community activities.
        Recipient should be going into a career of Fire Fighting or Medical Profession.
        Recipient should include grade point average and rank in class on the application and attach a
         transcript showing the courses taken in High School. This information should be provided by the
         High School Office.
        The recipient should also include any information pertaining to financial needs, physical needs and
         any special circumstances that may apply.

III.    SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

          The scholarship committee of the High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance Counselor, and
          three staff members, shall review the completed applications and recommend three recipients. The
          Randolph Fire Department will make the final selection after reviewing the recommendations and
          all of the applications.

IV.     PAYMENT

          Scholarship is paid on the basis of $250.00 following the completion of the first semester and the
          confirmation of registration for the second semester. Evidence of registration must be mailed or
          delivered to the Randolph Fire Department. Should the recipient of the scholarship choose not to
          enroll for the first semester immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited.




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                                      Guidelines for the
                 FLOYD L. & VIOLA A. McMORRAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                         UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN FOUNDATION
                                          3 - $500

I.      GENERAL

        This scholarship is made possible by the University of Wisconsin Foundation by the bequest of Floyd
         and Viola McMorran, former students of Randolph High School and residents of Randolph. This
        Three scholarships of approx. $500.00* shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class
         of Randolph High School planning to attend any University of Wisconsin two year or four year
         campus pursuing a 2 or 4 year degree. *Amounts calculated for payout are based on interest money
         earned on the McMorran Trust Account and may be less then amounts stated should interest rates
         decline.

II.     CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Applications are to be made on forms provided by Randolph High School. Applications will be
         available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
        Applicant must have recommendations from 2 instructors who have had the applicant in class, and 2
         recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Graduate of the current Randolph High School class.
        Recipient should be in the upper 50% of the class.
        Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
         school, community and church activities.
        Recipient should include grade point average and rank in class on the application and attach a
         transcript showing the courses taken in high school. This information will be provided by the High
         School office.
        The recipient should also include any information pertaining to financial needs, physical needs and
         any special circumstances that may apply.

III.    SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

        The scholarship committee of the High School comprised of the Principal, Guidance Counselor, and
        three staff members, shall review the completed applications for each scholarship and select one
        recipient and an alternate for each.

IV.     PAYMENT

        Scholarships will be paid on the basis of $250.00* per semester for the first two semesters of
        attendance. Should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll the first semester of the academic
        year immediately following High School graduation, the scholarship shall be forfeited and awarded to
        the alternate.

        Awarding of the first payment shall follow confirmation of registration for the first semester. Payment
        shall be made directly to the school by the UW-Foundation, specific directions will be provided to the
        recipients regarding this process.
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                                          Guidelines for the
                                     JAMES EVANS SCHOLARSHIP
                                              1 - $100


This scholarship is awarded in memory of James Evans. James was a graduate of Randolph High School
where he became interested in the field of medicine. James was pursuing a degree in the medical field
when he passed away. It is a fitting tribute to James that this scholarship in his name will benefit a
student furthering his/her education in the field of medicine.

      I. GENERAL

          One scholarship in the amount of $100 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class
          of Randolph High School. The scholarship shall be open to any student majoring in a medical field
          in an accredited vocational school or four year college. Amount calculated for payout is based on
          interest money earned and may be more than the amount stated depending on interest rates.

      II. CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

       Application shall be made on forms provided by Randolph High School. Applications shall be
        processed by RHS and forwarded to the Evans family for consideration.
       Applicants must be a graduating member of current senior class of Randolph High School.
       Applications must have the recommendation of two people outside of the school system and two
        teachers.
       Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
        school and community activities.
       Recipient must include rank in class and GPA on the application and attach a transcript showing the
        courses taken in high school. This information should be provided by the high school office.
       Academics are not the determining factor. Selection is mainly based on the DESIRE AND
        ABILITY to go on to post secondary school.

      III. SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

          Final selection will be made by the Evans family from all of the applications.

      IV. PAYMENT

          The scholarship will be paid following completion of first semester and registration for second
          semester Should the recipient of the scholarship choose not to enroll for the first semester
          immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited. The scholarship shall be
          administered by Randolph High School who shall supply and collect the scholarship applications.
          First semester grades and proof of registration for second semester should be brought to Mr. Keith
          Gundlach.




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                                         Guidelines for the
                               JOHN EBERT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                             1 - $400

I.     BACKGROUND

       This scholarship is awarded in memory of John Ebert. John was an FFA member throughout high
       school and a charter member of the Randolph FFA Alumni. It is a fitting tribute to John that this
       scholarship in his name will benefit a student furthering his education in the field of agriculture.

II.    GENERAL

        One scholarship in the amount of $400 shall be awarded to a graduate of the Randolph Agriculture
         Program. The scholarship shall be for college or a technical school in the field of agriculture.
        The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph FFA Alumni.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

        Application shall be made on forms provided by the Randolph FFA Alumni. Applications shall be
         processed by the FFA Alumni and forwarded to the Ebert family for consideration.
        Applications must have the recommendations of four people outside of the school system.
        Final selection will be made by the Ebert family.

IV.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        The applicant must be a graduate of the Randolph Agriculture Program. A graduate of the Randolph
         Agriculture Program is defined as a person who has taken four years of agriculture or four courses of
         agriculture in three years. In addition to graduating seniors, this scholarship is open to freshmen
         through juniors already in school who are majoring in agriculture.
        Academics are not the determining factor. Selection is mainly based on the desire and ability to go to
         school.
        Recipient must include rank in class and grade point average on the application. Additionally, a
         listing of courses taken while in high school must be included for the application to be considered.
        The recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in
         home, school, community, and church activities.
        The recipient should be an active member of the FFA when the scholarship is awarded and should
         join the FFA alumni upon graduation.

V.     PAYMENT

       This scholarship shall be paid on the basis of $200 for the first semester of attendance and $200 for the
       second semester of attendance should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll for the first
       semester of the academic year immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited and
       awarded to the alternate.

       Awarding of the first $200 payment shall be made on December 15 of the first semester. Payment shall
       be made directly to the recipient. No payment shall be made if the recipient has not registered for the
       second semester. Awarding of the second $200 shall be made on March 1 of the second semester.
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                                       Guidelines for the
                           JOHN W. DIFFOR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                           1 - $500

Mr. John Diffor was a teacher at Randolph High School from the fall of 1937 to the spring of 1967. He
taught in many different areas including algebra, geometry, chemistry, Latin and science. This
scholarship is sponsored by his son in his honor.

I.    GENERAL

       At the discretion of the Randolph High School Scholarship Committee, the scholarship will be
        offered to a deserving senior who satisfies as many of the following criteria (not in any special order)
        as possible:
       Academics: Student has worked to capacity and has attained a high level of success.
       Has followed a challenging curriculum, especially in math and science.
       High moral standards.
       Will attend a UW system school majoring in math and/or science and/or education.
       Participation in extra curricular activities.
       Financial need is NOT a factor


II. CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:

       Application forms will be available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
       Applicant must have two recommendations from inside the school setting and two from outside.
       Graduate of the current Randolph High School class.

III. SELECTION OF RECIPIENT:

          The scholarship committee of the Randolph High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance
          Counselor and three staff members, shall review the completed applications for this scholarship and
          select the recipient and alternate.

IV. PAYMENT

          The scholarship will be paid upon receipt of proof of successful completion of the first semester of
          college and registration for second semester. Contact the Randolph High School Office. Should the
          recipient of the award choose not to enroll the first semester of the academic year immediately
          following High School graduation, the scholarship shall be forfeited and awarded to the alternate.




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                                         Guidelines for the
                       JOHN & MINERVA O’LAUGHLIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                             1 -$500



I.     BACKGROUND

       This scholarship is supported by the family of John & Minerva O’Laughlin through an endowed account held in
       Fund 72 at Randolph High School. John & Minerva O’Laughlin farmed in the Randolph area and it is the wish of
       their family to honor their life in agriculture with a scholarship in their name.

II.    GENERAL

        The scholarship is intended for a student attending a four year college or university.
        One scholarship in the amount of $500 will be awarded until such time the interest generated will allow for
         two $500 scholarships to be offered. The amount of the scholarship will be increased according to the amount
         of interest generated.
        The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph Agriculture Department and FFA.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

          Application shall be made on forms provided by the Randolph Agriculture Department.
          Completed forms should be submitted to the Randolph Agriculture Instructor.
          Applicants must have the recommendations from two instructors who have had the student in
          class and two recommendations from outside the academic setting.
          Selection of the recipients shall be made by the Agriculture Scholarship Committee.
          The recipient should have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

IV.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

          The recipient must have attended Randolph High School for at least two years with a preference
          given to those who have attended Randolph High School for three years or longer.
          Preference will be given to a student in an area of agriculture where scholarships are not provided.
          The high school recipient must have been in agriculture classes for four years or have taken a
          minimum of four agriculture courses in three years. This may be waived if no agriculture majors fit this
           criteria. The high school recipient must be an active FFA member when the scholarship is awarded and
           should join the FFA Alumni upon graduation.
          FFA activities and achievements will play a major role in the selection of the high school winner.
          The recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship, high moral standards, and have been an
          active participant in home, school, community, and church activities.
          Financial need is not a factor in the selection of the recipient.
          Recipient must include rank in class and grade point average on the application. A listing of courses
          taken while in high school must be attached to the application.
          If no student meets the requirement for selection, the scholarship money will be added to the
          principal.

V.     PAYMENT
       The scholarship(s) will be paid on December 15 of the fall semester upon proof or registration for the second
       semester. Should the recipient of the scholarship choose not to enroll for the first semester of the academic year
       immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited and awarded to the alternate.


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                                          Guidelines for the
                                    JOHN SHESKEY SCHOLARSHIP
                                             1 - $1,000

John Sheskey was a former student of Randolph High School. Mr. Sheskey places a high value on
education. He sponsors this scholarship to help a deserving student further his or her education.

I.     GENERAL

        Scholarships shall be for $1,000.00 each, awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class of
         Randolph High School.
        Scholarship may be used for enrollment at any University, College, Business College, or Vocational
         School.

II.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Applications are to be made on forms provided by Randolph High School. Applications will be
         available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
        Application must have recommendations from 2 instructors who have had the applicant in class, and
         2 recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Graduate of the current Randolph High School graduating class.
        Recipient should be in the top 50% of the class.
        Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
         school and community activities.
        Recipient should be someone who will benefit from the education. Rank in class and G.P.A will not
         always be the major factor.

III.   SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

          The scholarship committee of the High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance Counselor, and
          three staff members, shall review the completed applications and select a recipient and an alternate.

IV.    PAYMENT

          Scholarship to be paid on the basis of $500.00 per semester for the first two semesters of attendance.
          Should the recipient of the award choose to not enroll the first semester of the academic year
          immediately following High School graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited and awarded to the
          alternate.

          Awarding of the first $500.00 payment shall follow certification of registration for the first semester.
          Awarding of the second $500.00 will be made upon completion of first semester and presentation of
          evidence of registration for second semester. Proof of registration must be brought to the Randolph
          High School Office.




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                                             Guidelines for the
                                    JUNG SEED GENETICS SCHOLARSHIP
                                                 1 - $1000



I.     BACKGROUND

       This scholarship is sponsored by Jung Seed Genetics of Randolph, Wisconsin. It is their wish to establish a
       scholarship to support a student continuing their education in an area of production scholarship.

II.    GENERAL

        One scholarship for $1000 will be awarded to a graduate of Randolph High School or Cambria-
         Friesland High School who is attending a four year college in the area of plant science or animal science.
        The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph Agriculture Department and the FFA.

III.   SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

        Application shall be made on forms provided by the Randolph Agriculture Department. Completed forms
         should be submitted to the Randolph Agriculture Instructor.
        Applicants must have the recommendations from two instructors who have had the student in class and two
         recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Final selection of the recipient shall be made by Jung Seed Genetics after viewing a list of applications
         compiled by the agriculture department.
        The donor for this scholarship shall have the final say as to who the recipient shall be.

IV.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        The recipient must have attended Randolph High School for at least three years.
        The recipient must have been in agriculture classes for four years. This may be waived if no agriculture
         majors fit this above criteria. The recipient must be an active FFA member when the scholarship is awarded
         and should join the FFA Alumni upon graduation.
        The recipient must be a graduate of the current Randolph High School class or Cambria-Friesland High
         School class.
        FFA activities and achievements will play a major role in the selection of the winner.
        The recipient should be in the upper 50% of the class.
        The recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
         school, community, and church activities.
        Recipient must include rank in class and grade point average on the application. A listing of courses taken
         while in high school must be attached to the application for the applicant to be considered.

V.     PAYMENT

       The scholarship will be paid on the basis of $500 for the first semester of attendance and $500 for the second
       semester of attendance. Should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll for the first semester of the
       academic year immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited and awarded to the alternate.

       Awarding of the first $500 shall be made on December 15 of the first semester. Payment shall be made directly to
       the recipient. No payment shall be made if the recipient has not registered for the second semester. Awarding of
       the second $500 shall be made on March 15 of the second semester.



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                                      Guidelines for the Randolph
                                    KIWANIS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP
                                                1 - $400


  I.     GENERAL

        One $400.00 scholarship shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class of Randolph
         High School.
        Scholarship money may be used for enrollment at any University, College, Vocational, Technical or
         Nursing School.


 II.     CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Applications will be available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
        Applicant must have recommendations from two instructors who have had the applicant in class, and
         two recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Graduate of the current Randolph High School class.
        Recipient should be in the upper 50% of the class.
        Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
         school, community and church activities.
        Recipient should include grade point average and rank in class on the application and attach a
         transcript showing the courses taken in high school. This information should be provided by the
         High School Office.
        The recipient should also include any information pertaining to financial needs, physical needs and
         any special circumstances that may apply.


III.     SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

        The scholarship committee of the Randolph High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance
        Counselor and three staff members, shall review the completed applications for this scholarship and
        select the recipient and an alternate.

IV.      PAYMENT

        Should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll the first semester of the academic year
        immediately following High School graduation, the scholarship shall be forfeited and awarded to the
        alternate.

        Payment of the entire $400 will be made after completion of first semester and proof of registration for
        second semester. Payment shall be made directly to the recipient. Evidence of grades and registration
        must be mailed or delivered directly to Linda Vanderploeg of the Randolph Kiwanis Club.




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                                          Guidelines for the
                              LORI ANNE FEIL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                              1 - $500

This scholarship is awarded in memory of Lori Anne Feil. Lori was a devoted wife and mother who
found the time to be active in education. Lori helped frequently, in all areas, at both the
elementary/middle school and the high school.

It is a fitting tribute to Lori that this scholarship will benefit a student furthering his/her education.

    I.      GENERAL

            One scholarship in the amount of $500 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class
            of Randolph High School. The scholarship shall be open to any major in an accredited vocational
            school or four year college.

   II.      CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

          Applications are to be on forms provided by the Randolph High School. Applications will be
           available from and processed at the Randolph High School.

          Applicants must be a graduating member of current senior class of Randolph High School.

          Recipient should have a GPA of 3.00 or higher.

          Applicant must have recommendations from two instructors who have had applicant in class and two
           recommendations from outside the academic setting.

          Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
           school and community activities.

  III.      SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

            The scholarship committee of the High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance Counselor, and
            three staff members, shall review the completed applications and select a recipient and an alternate.

  IV.       PAYMENT

            Payment shall be made following proof of completion of first semester and registration for second
            semester. Evidence of registration and enrollment must be made to the Randolph High School
            Office. Should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll the first semester of the academic year
            immediately following High School graduation, the scholarship shall be forfeited and awarded to the
            alternate.




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                                      Guidelines for the
                         MARY ELLEN LLOYD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                          3 - $200

The Mary Ellen Lloyd Scholarship is made possible by the bequest of her son, Harrison H. Lloyd. Mrs.
Lloyd was an avid supporter of many Randolph student endeavors.

I.     GENERAL

        At the discretion of the Randolph High School Scholarship Committee, three scholarships of
         approximately $200.00* will be awarded to deserving seniors.
        Scholarships shall be for approximately $200 awarded to graduates of the current Randolph High
         School graduating class. *Amounts calculated for payout are based on interest money earned on the
         Lloyd Account and may less then amount stated depending on interest rates.
        Scholarships shall be used for attendance at a four your college or university.

II.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Graduate of the current Randolph High School class
        Recipient should have a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
        Applications are to be made on forms provided by Randolph High School. Applications will be
         available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
        Applicant must include two recommendations from the academic setting and two from outside.
        Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been active in home, school, and
         community activities.
        The recipient should also include any information pertaining to financial needs, physical needs and
         any special circumstances that may apply.

III.   SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

          The scholarship committee of the Randolph High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance
          Counselor and three staff members, shall review the completed applications for this scholarship and
          select the recipients and alternates.

IV.    PAYMENT

          The scholarships shall be paid after completion of first semester and registration for second
          semester. Recipients should contact the Randolph High School for payment. Should the recipient of
          the award choose not to enroll the first semester of the academic year immediately following High
          School graduation, the scholarship shall be forfeited and awarded to the alternate.




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                                   Guidelines for the
                                MEDEMA SCHOLARSHIP
                ACCEPTING THE CHALLENGE OF EXCELLENCE (A.C.E.) AWARD
                                 Keith & Amy Medema
                                        1 - $250

The A.C.E. (Accepting the Challenge of Excellence) Award is made possible by the support of Keith and
Amy Medema. Keith and Amy have worked with a vast array of students and families in the field of
community corrections and in the field of school counseling.



  1.   GENERAL
        The A.C.E. (Accepting the Challenge of Excellence) Award recognizes a Randolph High School
         student who has overcome physical, emotional or social challenges and has achieved academic and
         personal success. One $250 scholarship will be given annually.

        Every year many students display strength, courage and the resiliency to overcome odds while
         achieving in a variety of ways. The purpose of this scholarship is to reward and acknowledge at least
         one student for their academics as well as personal achievement.

        Applicant’s must be a Randolph High School Senior and must complete the A.C.E. Award
         application by April 16, 2010.

III.   SELECTION OF RECIPIENT
        One $250 scholarship will be given annually to the student chosen by the Keith
         and Amy Medema family.


 II.   PAYMENT
        Recipient must submit a transcript or grade report following their first semester to the Medema
         family in order to claim scholarship money.




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                                             Guidelines for the
                                   MICHAEL D. HOLLOWAY SCHOLARSHIP
                                                 1 - $500



I.     BACKGROUND

       This scholarship is supported by Keith Gundlach. It is his belief that a background in agriculture and the FFA
       does a lot to develop young men and women into better people. It is awarded in honor of Michael D. Holloway
       who was the first recipient of the American FFA Degree in the history of agriculture and FFA in the Randolph
       and Cambria-Friesland School Districts.

II.    GENERAL

        One scholarship for $500.00 will be awarded to a graduate of Randolph High School. The scholarship will
         be for college or technical school.
        The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph Agriculture Department and the FFA.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

        Application shall be made on forms provided by the Randolph Agriculture Department. Completed forms
         should be submitted to the Randolph Agriculture Instructor.
        Applicants must have the recommendations from three instructors who have had the student in class and two
         recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Selection of the recipient shall be made by a committee of previous FFA presidents.
        The donor for this scholarship shall have the final say as to who the recipient shall be.

IV.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        The recipient must have attended Randolph High School for at least three years.
        The recipient must have been in agriculture classes for four years or have taken a minimum of four
         agriculture courses in three years. This may be waived if no agriculture majors fit the above criteria.
         Students who plan to pursue agriculture in their post-high school studies shall be given preference, but the
         scholarship is not limited to those students. The recipient must be an active FFA member when the
         scholarship is awarded and should join the FFA Alumni upon graduation.
        The recipient must be a graduate of the current Randolph High School class or Cambria-Friesland High
         School class.
        FFA activities and achievements will play a major role in the selection of the winner.
        The recipient should be in the upper 50% of the class.
        The recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
         school, community, and church activities.
        Recipient must include rank in class and grade point average on the application. A listing of courses taken
         while in high school must be attached to the application for the applicant to be considered.

V.     PAYMENT

       The scholarship will be paid on the basis of $250 for the first semester of attendance and $250 for the
       second semester of attendance. Should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll for the first semester of the
       academic year immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited and awarded to the alternate.

       Awarding of the first $250.00 shall be made on December 15 of the first semester. Payment shall be made directly
       to the recipient. No payment shall be made if the recipient has not registered for the second semester. Awarding
       of the second $250.00 shall be made on March 15 of the second semester.

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                                    Guidelines for the
                           MIKE’S AUTO REPAIR SCHOLARSHIP
                                 Mike & Lori Zimmerman
                                        1 - $500

I.   GENERAL

       One scholarship of $500.00 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class of
        Randolph High School.

       Scholarship may be used for enrollment at any University, College, or Vocational School.

II. CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

       The first choice for a recipient would be to a graduate entering the field of auto or agriculture
        mechanics, auto or agriculture business or an instructor thereof.

       If no graduate matches the above criteria, the scholarship should be awarded to a deserving
        graduate furthering their education in a post secondary school.

       Applications are to be made on forms provided by Randolph High School.

       Applicant must have recommendations from two instructors who have had applicant in class and
        two recommendations from outside the academic setting.

       Graduate of the current Randolph High School class.

       Applicant should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in
        home, school, community and church activities

III. SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

        The scholarship committee of the High School comprised of the Principal, Guidance Counselor,
        and three staff members, shall review the completed applications and select the recipient and
        alternate

IV. PAYMENT

        Scholarship of $500.00 shall be awarded following completion of the first semester and
        confirmation of registration for the second semester. Evidence of registration for second
        semester and grades from first semester must be mailed or delivered to the Randolph High
        School Office. Payment is made directly to the recipient. In the event that the recipient chooses
        not to enroll the first semester of the academic year immediately following graduation or does
        not complete the first semester, the scholarship will be awarded to the alternate.




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                         Guidelines for the Randolph
             PARENT/TEACHER ORGANIZATION (PTO) SCHOLARSHIP
                                   1 - $250


I. GENERAL

 One scholarship in the amount of $250 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class
  of Randolph High School.

 Scholarship money may be used for enrollment at any University, College, Vocational or Technical
  School.

II. CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

 Application shall be made on forms provided by Randolph High School. Applications shall be
  processed by RHS and forwarded to the PTO for consideration.

 Applicants must be a graduating member of current senior class of Randolph High School.

 Applicant must have recommendations from two instructors who have had the applicant in class, and
  two recommendations from outside the academic setting.

 Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
  school and community activities.

 Recipient must include rank in class and GPA on the application and attach a transcript showing the
  courses taken in high school. This information should be provided by the high school office.

 Academics are not the determining factor. Selection is mainly based on the student showing
  exemplary community service and volunteerism.

III. SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

   The scholarship committee of the High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance Counselor and
   three additional staff members, shall review the completed applications and recommend three
   recipients. The PTO Scholarship Committee will then take the recommendations and ALL the
   applications, review them and make the final selection.

IV. PAYMENT

   The scholarship will be paid following completion of first semester and registration for second
   semester. First semester grades and proof of registration for second semester should be brought to
   Brenda Manke of the Randolph PTO. Should the recipient of the scholarship choose not to enroll
   for the first semester immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited.




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                                  Guidelines for the
                  RANDOLPH TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION (RTA) SCHOLARSHIP
                                       4 - $300

  I.      GENERAL

          This scholarship is made possible by the Randolph Teacher's Association (RTA). There is a total of
          4 scholarships of $300.00 each available.

 II.      CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Priority will be given to students pursuing a career in elementary education, secondary
         education or special education.

        Eligibility - Seniors who are graduating from R.H.S. during the current year with a grade point
         average of 3.00 or better and who have been accepted by an accredited educational institution are
         eligible for this scholarship.

III.      SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

        Application must have recommendations from two instructors who have had the applicant in class,
         and two recommendations from outside the academic setting.

        The scholarship committee of the High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance Counselor and
         three additional staff members, shall review the completed applications and recommend the four
         recipients. The RTA Scholarship Committee will then take the recommendations and ALL the
         applications, review them and make the final selection.

IV.       PAYMENT

          The usual disbursement is two scholarships for a four year college and two scholarships for a
          vocational or two year college; however, the scholarships may be awarded in any combination.
          Should the recipient of the award choose to not enroll the first semester of the academic year
          immediately following High School graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited and awarded to the
          alternate.

          Payment shall be made following proof of completion of first semester and registration for second
          semester. Evidence of registration and enrollment must be made to the High School Office.




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                                        Guidelines for the
                               RASCALS & ROCKERS SCHOLARSHIP
                                             1 - $50




  I.     GENERAL

        One $50.00 scholarship shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class of Randolph
         High School.
        A total of two $50.00 scholarships are awarded between Randolph and Cambria/Friesland High
         Schools. If there are no applicants from one school, two scholarships may be awarded to students
         from the other school
        Scholarship money may be used for enrollment at any University, College, Vocational or Technical
         School.

 II.     CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Applications will be available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
        Recipient should be entering the field of Early Childhood, Daycare, or Teaching or have been a
         past student of the Rascals & Rockers Day School. Past students of the day school may be
         entering any field.
        Applicant must have references from two instructors who have had the applicant in class, and two
          recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Graduate of the current Randolph High School class.


III.     SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

        All applications will be sent to Linda Hughes of the Rascals & Rockers Day School. Selection of the
        recipient shall be made, from all applications, by a committee of parents from the Rascals & Rockers
        Day School.

IV.      PAYMENT

        Awarding of the $50.00 shall follow confirmation of completion of first semester (with passing
        grades) and registration for second semester. Contact Linda Hughes at 920-348-5220 with the
        information. Should the recipient choose not to enroll, the scholarship will be forfeited.




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                                        Guidelines for the
                           RYAN “OP” JONES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                            1 - $500



The Ryan “OP” Jones Memorial Scholarship was established following Ryan’s death in an automobile
accident. Ryan was a graduate of Cambria-Friesland High School. Ryan was well-liked and well-
respected. He was a former football star turned EMT. People who knew him say he did his job like he
lived his life “with a lot of energy and with a smile” Ryan’s former high school football coach, Jim
Bylsma, says “OP had a heart bigger than his body”. This scholarship is offered through the family of
Ryan “OP” Jones.

I.     GENERAL

        One scholarship in the amount of $500 will be awarded to a graduate of the current Randolph or
        Cambria-Friesland High School graduating class

II.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Recipient shall be a graduate of the current Randolph or C-F High School class.

        Students must be complete an essay on “How Community Service has affected your life and why
         Community Service is important”.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

        Application is to be made on a separate form titled “Ryan “OP” Jones Scholarship”.

        Application shall be processed by members of the Ryan Jones family.

        Applications shall be reviewed by the Ryan Jones family and final selection of the recipient and the
         alternate will be decided by the Ryan Jones family.

IV.    PAYMENT

          Scholarship will be paid following the completion of the first semester and the confirmation of
          registration for the second semester. Should the recipient not attend school for the first semester of
          the academic year following high school graduation, the scholarship shall be forfeited. Grades and
          proof of registration for second semester should be sent to the following address:

          Colleen Jones
          319 Scott St.
          Cambria, WI 53923


          Due Date: April 1, 2010




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                                        Guidelines for the
                            SCHMIDT-MEDEMA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                            1 - $500



Mr. John Schmidt and Mr. Al Medema were funeral directors in the community of Randolph who both
served the area since 1959 in the area of funeral service. This scholarship is sponsored by the Randolph
Community Funeral Home and the Kohl’s Community Funeral Home of Waupun in their honor.

I.     GENERAL

           One scholarship of $500.00 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class of Randolph
           High School.

II.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        First consideration would be given to an individual entering a mortuary science program.
        Second consideration would be given to an individual majoring in a science or business field.
        Academics: For a student that has worked to his/her fullest potential.
        Has high moral standards and been actively involved in home, church, school, and community.
        Applicant should include four-year grade point average.
        Applications are to be made on forms provided by Randolph High School.
        Applicant must have four recommendations; two from an instructor who had the applicant in class,
         and two from outside the academic setting.
        Graduate of the current graduating class of Randolph High School.
        Applicant will be attending a college, vocational, technical or business school.

III.   SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

            The scholarship committee of the Randolph High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance
            Counselor and three staff members, shall review the completed applications and recommend two
            possible recipients. Rhonda Mulder of Randolph Community Funeral Home will then make the final
            selection. The second selection would be considered the alternate. Presentation of the scholarship
            will be made by a representative of the funeral home.

IV.    PAYMENT OF SCHOLARSHIP

            Scholarship will be paid to the recipient following the completion of the first semester and the
            confirmation of registration for the second semester. Evidence of registration and enrollment must be
            made to the Randolph High School office. Should the recipient of the award choose not to enroll the
            first semester of the academic year immediately following high school graduation, the scholarship
            will be forfeited and awarded to the alternate.




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                                       Guidelines for the
                        STEVE & CHRISTA SLINGER U.W. FARM & INDUSTRY
                                 SHORT COURSE SCHOLARSHIP
                                           1 - $3,000



I.     GENERAL

       One scholarship shall be for $3,000, awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class of Randolph
       High School or Cambria-Friesland High School.

II.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

          Acceptance into the U.W. Farm & Industry Short Course at U.W. Madison.
          April 1st is the deadline.
          If no application is received by April 1st, the first application after April 1st will be accepted.
          October 1st is the final deadline.

III.   SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

       The applicant can show proof of acceptance to Mr. Gundlach, who will forward to the Slinger family.

IV.    PAYMENT

       Please see Mr. Gundlach for details.




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                                     Guidelines for the
                         TERRY VREDEVELD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                    1 - $250 Scholarship

The Terry Vredeveld Memorial Scholarship is presented in memory of Terry Vredeveld. Terry was the
valedictorian of the Randolph High School Class of 1975. She was a health and physical education
teacher in the Randolph and Cambria-Friesland School Districts.
The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph High School Scholarship Foundation as part of
the Endowed Scholarship Program. The dollars donated in memory of Terry Vredeveld shall be
segregated as part of the Endowment Scholarship Fund and the interest monies generated shall go
toward payment of the scholarship each year.


I.        GENERAL
          One scholarship of approximately $250 dollars will be awarded to a graduate of the current
          Randolph High School graduating class. *Amount calculated for payout is based on interest money
          earned and may be less then amounts stated should interest rates decline.

II.       CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
        Applications are to be made on forms provided by the Randolph High School. Applications will be
         available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
        Applicant must have recommendations from two instructors who have had the applicant in class, and
         two recommendations from outside the academic setting.
        Graduate of the current Randolph High School graduating class.
        Recipient will be the applicant with the highest GPA pursuing a college degree in physical
         education or health education. If no student applies who meets the first criteria, the scholarship
         will be awarded to the applicant with the highest GPA pursuing a degree in education. If no
         applicant meets these criteria, the scholarship money will be added to the principal.
        Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
         school and community activities.

III.      SELECTION OF RECIPIENT
          The scholarship committee of the Randolph High School comprised of the Principal, Guidance
          Counselor, and three staff members, shall make the final selection based on the criteria listed above.
IV.       PAYMENT
          Scholarship will be paid following the completion of the first semester and the confirmation of
          registration for the second semester. Should the recipient not attend school for the first semester of
          the academic year following high school graduation, the scholarship shall be forfeited and the money
          added to the endowment. Grades and proof of registration for second semester should be brought to
          the Randolph High School Office.




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                                            Guidelines for the
                                 TUENIS ZONDAG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                                1 - $400

I.     BACKGROUND

       This scholarship is supported by interest monies from the Ag & FFA Foundation and the FFA. It is awarded in
       honor of Tuenis Zondag who was a charter member of the FFA Alumni and the Randolph Agriculture Advisory
       Council. Tuenis Zondag had an appreciation for the value of agriculture as a way of life and worked constantly to
       see agriculture promoted, both in the community of Randolph and the school districts of Randolph and Cambria-
       Friesland. It is a fitting memorial that a scholarship in Tuenis Zondag’s name benefit a young individual pursuing
       an education in the agriculture field.

II.    GENERAL

       One scholarship in the amount of $400 will go to a graduate of Randolph High School or Cambria-Friesland High
       School. The scholarship will be for college or technical school. If no applicants in high school fit the criteria, one
       or two college students may be awarded the scholarship(s).

       The scholarship shall be administered by the Randolph Agriculture Department and the FFA.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

        Application shall be made on forms provided by the Randolph Agriculture Department. Completed forms
         should be submitted to the Randolph Agriculture Instructor.
        Applicants must have the recommendations from two instructors who have had the student in class and two
         recommendations from outside the academic setting. High school applicants should use high school
         instructors while college students should use college instructors.
        Selection of the recipients shall be made by a committee to be determined with the approval of the Zondag
         family.

IV.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        The recipient must have attended Randolph or Cambria-Friesland High Schools for at least three years or
         have completed one semester of college and be registered for the next semester.
        The high school recipient must have been in agriculture classes for four years or have taken a minimum     of
         four agriculture courses in three years. This may be waived if no agriculture majors fit the above criteria.
         The college recipient must be making successful progress toward a degree in an agriculture related field. The
         high school recipient must be an active FFA member when the scholarship is awarded and should join the FFA
         Alumni upon graduation. The college recipient must be a member of the Randolph or Cambria-Friesland FFA
         Alumni.
        FFA activities and achievements will play a major role in the selection of the high school winner.
        The recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
         school, community, and church activities.
        Recipient must include rank in class and grade point average on the application. A listing of courses taken
         while in high school or college must be attached to the application for the applicant to be considered.

IV.    PAYMENT

       The scholarships will be paid on December 15 of the fall semester upon proof or registration for the second
       semester. Should the recipient of the award for the high school scholarship choose not to enroll for the first
       semester of the academic year immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited and awarded to
       the alternate. Should the current college or vocational school student choose not to enroll for the second semester,
       the scholarship will be forfeited and awarded to the alternate.

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                                        Guidelines for the
                                  VFW-POST 9510 SCHOLARSHIP
                                            1 - $100

I. GENERAL

      One scholarship of $100.00 shall be awarded to a graduate of the current graduating class of
       Randolph High School.
      Scholarship money may be used for enrollment at any University, College, Vocational, Technical or
       Nursing School.

II. CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

      Applications will be available from and processed at the Randolph High School.
      Applicant must have two letters of recommendation from inside the academic setting and two from
       outside the academic setting.                             .
      Graduate of the current Randolph High School graduating class.
      Recipient should exemplify qualities of good citizenship and have been an active participant in home,
       school and community activities.
      The applicant needs to attach a statement, on white, 8 1/2" x 11" paper, explaining reasons for
       pursuing a post-secondary education and listing short and long-term goals.
      Recipient should include grade point average and rank in class on the application and attach a
       transcript showing the courses taken in High School. The High School Office will provide this
       information.
      The recipient should also include any information pertaining to financial needs, physical needs and
       any special circumstances that may apply.

III. SELECTION OF RECIPIENT

        The scholarship committee of the High School, comprised of the Principal, Guidance Counselor, and
        three staff members, shall review the completed applications and recommend three recipients. The
        VFW will then take the recommendations and ALL the applications, review them, and make the
        final selection.

IV. PAYMENT

        Scholarship to be paid on the basis of $100.00 following the completion of the first semester and
        confirmation of registration for the second semester. Evidence of registration should be brought or
        mailed to Richard Nieman of VFW-Post 9510. Should the recipient of the scholarship choose not to
        enroll for the first semester immediately following graduation, the scholarship will be forfeited.




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                                       Guidelines for the
                         ZACHARY B. SCHULZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
                                           1 - $500

The Zachary B. Schulz Memorial Scholarship was established in 2006 following Zachary’s death in an
automobile accident in May of 2005. Zachary was a 2002 graduate of Markesan High School where he
was involved in sports, FFA, and Student Council. Zachary’s friends and softball team established an
annual softball tournament that produces the resources to fund this scholarship. Through the loving
memory of Zachary and overwhelming community support, Zachary’s family and friends are honored to
give this scholarship.

I.     GENERAL

       One scholarship in the amount of $500 will be awarded to a graduate of the current Randolph High
       School graduation class.

II.    CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

        Recipient shall be a graduate of the current Randolph High School class.

        Students must be continuing their education at a technical college, preferably in a building or
         business trade, but all applications to a technical school will be considered.

III.   SELECTION OF THE RECIPIENT

        Application is to be made on the “Zachary B. Schultz Scholarship” form.

        Application shall be processed by members of the Zachary B. Schulz Memorial.

        Applications shall be reviewed by the Zachary B. Schulz Memorial and final selection of the
         recipient and the alternate will be decided by the Zachary B. Schulz Memorial.

IV.    PAYMENT

          Scholarship will be paid following the completion of the first semester and the confirmation of
          registration for the second semester. Should the recipient not attend school for the first semester of
          the academic year following high school graduation, the scholarship shall be forfeited. Grades and
          proof of registration for second semester should be brought to Mr. Drews at the Randolph High
          School.




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