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The Floyd Dryden Middle School honor roll for the third quarter appeared in Neighbors last week.
However, because of the Neighbors page editor's error, the 8th grade, All A's part of the list was not highlighted and was buried under another category. The following are the All A honor roll students:
Christianne Carrillo, Carly Garrison, Jordan Johnston, Matthew Kern, Kendra Northam, Elmelo Punongbayan, Stephanie Smathers, Elizabeth Stickel, Kacie Timothy, Maria Tribelhorn, Levi Wanstall.
(It goes almost without saying that the editor in question was NOT an All A student.
-- The editor)
Eastern Washington University: Jeanette Gardiner, Vanessa Glanzer, Terra Hock, Gabriel Laramie, Jamie Matheson, Tanna Peters, Jaimee Schmitz.
Fort Lewis College: Amelia Rivera, Temple Stephenson.
Hollins University: Angela Inez Fowler.
St. Olaf College: Carolyn L. Detjen (Honors Day).
George Fox University: Carrie Breithaupt.
Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts Development: Gary Stevens.
Oregon State University: Samantha Jaccar Carroll, Joshua Zebulon Eckton, Jennifer Michelle Johnson, Lucas Benjamin Mesday, Angie Marie Wright.
Alaska Travel Industry Association: Jacob Sullivan ($2,000) and Cheryl Van Dyke ($2,500).
Montana State University at Bozeman New Student Services Scholarship: Theodore Heidersdorf ($750) and Stefanie Messerchmidt ($1000).
Northwestern College Honor Scholarship: Kristopher Vilmin ($800).
University of Idaho: Kendra M. Barnes (English), Theodore Hedersdorf (top non-resident award), Lisa M. Ray (Virginia Mowry Scholarship), Leah M. Wilson (Presidential).
Rachel Bernstein named Meitav Youth Fellow
Rachel Bernstein, a 9th grade student at Juneau- Douglas High School, has been accepted into the Meitav Youth Fellowship for Reform Jewish Leadership. It is Reform Judaism's premiere high school honors program.
As a Meitav Youth Fellow, Bernstein will join a select group of 23 North American Reform teens and engage in a three-year program of significant Jewish learning and leadership training, including a semester of her junior year living and studying in Israel.
Bernstein, a member of the Juneau Jewish Community, is an honor student who has been active in Jewish, community and school life for a number of years. She has volunteered for her community's AIDS day, has participated in the Reach Infant Learning Program, and is a recipient of the President's Education Award. She plays soccer and is a member of the Juneau Jewish Community Youth Group.
Luke Hedrick honored as Presidential Scholar
Luke B. Hedrick of Haines is one of the 141 Presidential Scholars for the 2001 year program.
The scholars, who are recognized for their achievements in the academic curriculum or the arts, will visit Washington, D.C., from June 26 to July 1 to be honored at a recognition ceremony where each will receive a Presidential Scholar medallion.
"These students have consistently achieved to high standards both in the course of their academic studies and in various extracurricular activities," U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige said.
The scholars were selected on the basis of broad academic achievement, including SAT or ACT scores, essays and transcripts, as well as evidence of leadership, character, and commitment to high ideals.