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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, April 14, 2004 Page 5 t; BETTER INFORMED VOTERS ior Profiles WWG Middle School United States 3rd quarter honor roll Elizabeth to Mike and Lairdie Lord of the Rings White Christmas Next Top Mail Call Rapture of Canaan and Gone With the Wind by Margaret class: Astronomy My 17 year old cat "Baby" Bochals Lg, swimming, shopping eat out: Applebees a Sunday afternoon: At my house with my boy friend would like to visit: Hawaii challenge facing young adults for a college education don't want to graduate owing an inordi- amount of money Plans: University of MN, Mankato You are interested in pursuing and why: have for yourself by the year 2015: Not activities: FCCLA, danceline, choir. Big Sister, COuncil treasurer School activities: Sunday school teacher, life- and swimming lesson instructor, swim team coach Lea Kolar and Karen Kolar stir fry World and Hip Hop and Friends and 2anaan by class: Accounting My stuffed animals 8erapbooking out: Panda Buffet Spend a Sunday afternoon: On my couch the race You would like to visit: Gombe Africa challenge facing young adults who they want to be and not what other them to be Regency in St. Cloud are interested in pursuing and why: nail technology, and esthiology You have for yourself by the year 2015: my own spa/salon and be happily married activities: Theater, band, fall and winter annual staff, student council rep., dancehne, activities: Spending time with Trent, dance, play with nephew Orion, lay around Lynn ,g Johnson 10 Things I Hate about Line is it class: Astronomy Cat eat out: Perkins a Sunday afternoon: At home admire and why: I don't admire just one all the people around me influence my life would like to visit: Australia challenge facing young adults and alcohol is a lot of peer pressure attend on special event this year it would Olympics in Athens Platm: MSU, Mankato are interested in pursuing and why: I or in the medical field have for yourself by the year 2015: My still be alive because the Mayan people predicted to end in 2012 activities: Volleyball, cheerleading, softball, all jazz band, polka band, Choralaires, yearbook staff, Big Sister, dance- activities: Luther League, babysitting, A Honor Roll Grade 5: Michael Bottelberghe, Levi Brummer, Rachel Christians, Joshua Gundermann, Abby Hoffman, Chanel Madson, Alexandria Mischke, Kelsey Mischke Grade 6: Samantha Baker, Chase Danielowski, Kaylen Demientieff, Christina Elzenga, Kallie Gundermann, Ashley Hedges, Fong Her, Kristie Hoffman, Melody Horkey, Sara Jarmer, Carlyn Kletscher, Spencer Knott, Zachery Otto, Steven Pfarr, Alexis Quade, Dalton Taylor, Suhail Varwani, Mark Vue, Kyle West, Betty Yang, Cedar Yang, Jenew Yang, Stacy Zeug Grade 7: Kye Baumann, Grace Bitker, Teng Her, Krystalyn Janssen, Justin Knakmuhs, Daniel McClellan, Joshua Merrick, Mariah Osland, Jacklyn Taylor, Shue Leng Yang Grade 8: Amy Byers, Nicholas Dusek, Samantha Hay, Emily Helmer, Jennifer Hoffman, Danielle Osland, Benjamin Pacholl, Malori Paplow, Austin Quade, Amber Ralls, Kablia Vang, Ellie Vondracek B Honor Roll Grade 5: Brennan Beaty, Courtnee Byers, Marissa Harnack, Chong Her, Molly Jarmer, Katlynn Jenniges, Jared Lindaman, Aaron Theisen, Colin Vosberg, Amber West Grade 6: Garett Amundson, Lacey Busswitz, Caleb Cohrs, Mason Comnick, Mitchell Comnick, Kylie Erickson, Lindsey Grams, Morganne Knakmuhs, Jonathan LeBoutillier, Evan Madson, Caleb Merrick, Raquel Molina, Shane Schoborg, Gaolee Vang, Venla Vang, Sherri Zeug Grade 7: Amber Amundson, Derek Eichner, Lacey Hoffman, Amelia Hubin, Kassandra Jarmer Brandon Jenniges, Theo Johnson, Marcus Madson, Eric Olsem, Jessica Ourada, Ashton Scarset, Audra Schmidt, Ger Vang, Tony Vang, Ying Kong Vue, Mai Yer Yang Grade 8: Andrew Alcorn, Elizabeth Bottelberghe, Amanda Deprez, Whitney Frank, Laurie Nordahl, Rodney Pfarr, Erin Vosberg, Teng Vue, Mai Yang Xiong, Joua Yang Achievement Academy National Award winners The U.S. Achievement Academy announced today that Suhail Musa Varwani from Westbrook, has been named a U.S. National Award Winner in Honor Roll. Emily Helmer, Revere, has been named a U.S. National Award Winner in Leadership. This award is a presti- gious honor very few stu- dents can ever hope to attain. In fact, the Academy recognizes fewer than 10% of all American high school students. Suhail and Emily who attend WWG Middle School was nominated for this national award by Phil Goetstouwers, a counselor at the school. Suhail and Emily will appear in the U.S. Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, which is published nationally. College news WWG High School 3rd quarter honor roll A Honor Roll Grade 9: Guinevere Bitker, Benjamin Gundermann, Andrea Hass, Layne Kockelman, Zachary Merrick, Luke Nelson, Marcus- Nelson, Melinda Osland, Brian Theisen, Denise Tietz, Rocky Wahl (Peterson-Wahl), Song Yang Grade 10: Kortney Erickson, Ashley Hansen, Abigail Knott, Jonna Maas, Jordan Madson, Jennifer Olsem, Jessica Olsem, Jared Schmidt, Amber Wallman, Pakou Yang Grade 11: Stehpanie Bartholomew, Anna Canal, Alex Johnson, Kelsey Paplow, Daniel Schneider, May Pang Vue Grade 12: Jordan Dibble, Sondra Kaufenborg, Chandra Kolar, Rebekah Kopperud, Tasha Nelson, Eric Noomen, Christopher Olsem, Micah Rupp, Nathan Swanson, Aleida Van Maasdam, Meghann Warner, Joshua Winter, Stephanie Zeug B Honor Roll Grade 9: Brent Christenson, Stephanie Comnick, Emily Eisfeld, Jordan Heinrich, Andrew Helmer, Na Her, Ryan Hoffman, Carrie Horkey, Jonathan Kells, Peter Krentz, Axl McChesney, Prestin Parker, Sarah Swanson, Nathong Vang, Soua Vue, Jacob Wahl, Gretchen Warner, Cole White, Victoria Yang Grade 10: Kelsi Baumann, Andrew DeSmith, Brennan Enstad, Michael Jans, Ricki Jensen, Joshua Knakmuhs, Trace Lehnhoff, Dominick Madson, Levi Richards, Alex Scarset, Jacob Severson, Brian Stresemann, Jordan Winter, Mai Chue Xiong, Der Yang, Sandra Zeug Grade 11: Nicole Byers, Brittany Conrad, Jodi Cooley, Keng Her, Kelley Nelson, Sarah Pederson, Ashlea Sell, Yer Vang, Golden Yang, Kia Yang, Nou Yang Grade 12: Leah Anderson, Melanie Arnold, Andrea Hannah, Jennifer Heinrich, Cody Jarmer, Aalex Kells, Jennifer Lund, Jasmine Madson, Jamie Munson, Michael Yang, Panhia Yang Whitney Carole Cassens Whitney Carole Cassens, daughter of Bruce and Diane Cassens, will be a 2004 grad- uate of Mesquite High School in Gilbert, AZ. Whitney is active in con- cert choir, peer mediation, link crew, Student Council, Sign Language Club, and Softball. Her out of school activities include Mayor's Youth Advisory Committee, Town of Gilbert Activities Committee, Human Relations Committee, and Church group leader. Her favorite class in school is Government. In her spare time, Whitney likes to play soft- ball, sing, play racquetball, and read. Whitney's favorite author is Anita Stansfield. She also enjoys listening to Yellowcard, The Format, and Dashboard Confessional. Her favorite movie is Remember the Titans, favorite TV show is The Bachelor. Whitney says her favorite possession is her Mercury. She likes to eat and Subway and the Cheesecake Factory. Whitney likes to spend her Sunday afternoons with her family playing games and napping. Whitney's future plans include attending Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher, AZ. She is interested in psy- chology and sign language, which she has dreamed about since she was little. By the year 2015, is plan- ning on being on finished with graduate school, being married and being a morn. Whitney's grandparents are Ardell and Carole Cassens, Westbrook. CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS UWRF student, Ashley Severson, performs in Iceland & Paris Forty-three members of the Symphony Band at the University of Wisconsin- River Falls just: recently returned from making beau- tiful music in the capitals of Reykajavik, Iceland and Paris, France under the baton of their Director, Professor Kristin Tjornehoj. Ashley is a Freshman at UWRF, and a bass clarinet player in the Symphony Band. She is the daughter of Steve and Dixie Severson, Westbrook. From a dip in Reykajavik's famed Blue Lagoon under conditions similar to a Midwest winter white-out, to a moon-lit boat ride down the River Seine in the spring time, the group experienced it all during their 10 days spring break. They performed in the Church Langholtskirkja in Reykajavik, Iceland and in the Church of the Madeleine in the heart of Paris, France. Ten adult members of the community of River Falls also traveled with the band. Professor Tj0rnehoj and the Band have made previ- ous international tours to China, Scotland and England. They have plans to tour Chicago in the Fall and Toronto in the future. Westbrook School Lunch Menu April 19-23, 2004 Breakfast: Monday: Cinnamon roll, yogurt, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Pancake & sausage on a stick, fruit, milk. Wednesday: PB & J, fruit, milk. Thursday: Sausage, bis- cuit, fruit, milk. Friday: Long John, fruit, milk. Lunch: Monday: Chili w/crack- ers, grilled cheese, fruit choices, carrots, sandwich- es, milk, apple crisp. Tuesday: Turkey roast, mashed potatoes w/gravy, fruit choies, vegies w/dip, sandwiches, milk. Wednesday: French toasat stiks, sausages, omelets, fruit choices, juice, sandwiches, milk. Thursday: Turkey deli, Jo Jo's, fruit choices, carrots, sandwiches, milk, strawber- ry delight. Friday: Mr. Rib, curly fries, fruit choices, carrots, sandwiches, milk, chocolate chip cookie. Walnut Grove School Breakfast and Lunch menus April 19-23, 2004 Breakfast: Monday: Long Johns, sausage, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast bagels, fruit, milk. Wednesday: Toasted cheese sandwich, fruit, milk. Thursday: Pancakes, sausage, fruit, milk. Friday: Blueberry muffins, sausage, fruit, milk. Lunch: Monday: Hamburger or cheeseburger on bun, oven potatoes, baked beans, apple crisp w/whipped top- ping, milk. Tuesday: Chicken nuggets. B/B, mashed pota- toes, peas, fruit mix, milk. Wednesday: Hot turkey on bun, green beans, rice, apple sauce, ice cream, milk. Thursday: Hot ham & cheese, fresh vegies & dip, chips, peaches, milk. Friday: Tuna hotdish, B/B, lettuce salad,*Chef's, 5-8, fresh fruit, treat, milk. 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