Congratulations to the Running Start Students that have completed both their high school diploma and AA degrees:
Evan Briggs (with honors, 3.4-3.89)
Kerriann Finnegan (with highest honors, 4.0)
Christopher Grove (with honors, 3.4-3.89)
Samantha Knippel (with highest honors, 3.9-4.0)
Lyudmila Vorobets (with honors, 3.4-3.89)
In March 2011, many of our French students participated in a National French Contest. This "Grand Concours" test is developed annually by the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) as a motivational, extracurricular activity/contest for students of French. The exam covered listening comprehension, vocabulary and grammar in context, as well as readings; all equivalent to that of a 1st year, 2nd year, or 3rd year French curriculum.
Our students did an excellent job! Please see the attached document to see where these students ranked at a chapter level (Washington, Alaska, and British Columbia), as well as a National Level. Please congratulate any of these students that you have in your classes. They all ranked very high (we have strong chapter)! Merci!
Congratulations to the following students for their accomplishments at the Evergreen School District K-12 art show:
(see photos attached)
Other award winners:
Evergreen Award: Marissa Shannon (yes, 2 awards!), Alina Castro, Kelsie Slagle, Jho-Anna Aldan, Alvina Belitskaya, Jacob Gulliford, Brooke Reed
Creative Award: Minh Le, Sara Gruszecki, Eason Everett, Micayla Browne, Dalyn Leighty, Kendra Bantz, Kandise Holcomb, James Gilman
Honorable Mention: Missy McBain, Sandy Espinoza, Jaqi Fuerte-Stone, Jessica Lautenbach, Karell Abdul, Jasmine Haar, Jared Harding, Zuri Abdul-Wahhab, Stacy Volkov, Quannah LeCornu, Sarah Duncan
Evergreen High School competed for the first time for the 5th Avenue Musical Theatre Awards, awarding excellence for High School Musical Theatre. Judges from all over the state came to our show and reviewed our production in comparison to the other schools that entered. As a first time competitor, we were not sure what to expect. Evergreen High School's production competed with approximately 100 other musicals across the state of Washington. Only a select few productions were nominated (think of these awards like the Oscars/Tony awards).
Evergreen's Production of Little Shop of Horrors received the following nominations/honors:
Outstanding Direction - Stephanie McCrea - Honorable Mention
Outstanding Music Direction - Michael Day - Honorable Mention
Outstanding Choreography - Stephanie McCrea - Honorable Mention
Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role - Tim Madden as Seymour - Honorable Mention
Outstanding Actor in a Supporting Role - Charley Ault as Mr. Mushnik - Honorable Mention
Formal Nominee: Outstanding Lighting Design - Evergreen High School
Formal Nominee: Outstanding Orchestra - Steve Kuske
Formal Nominee: Outstanding Performance by a Chorus - Evergreen High School
Formal Nominee: Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Group - The Double Trio - Evergreen High School
Formal Nominee: Outstanding Achievement by a student in Technical Theatre: Chris Groom
We will hopefully be traveling to Seattle on June 6th for the Awards Ceremony. Just like the Oscars/Tony awards, we won't know if we have won until it is announced at the ceremony!
Congratulations to Sophomore Kaitlin Lockhart for breaking the All Time Flagship Record in Carp's Class. Kaitlin has received 66 "A's" in a row on daily quizzes dating back to September 8, 2010. She broke Randy Nicholas' old record of 65. A job well done for Kaitlin!!
Evergreen High School's National Honor Society held their induction of new members on Thursday, May 12th. Congratulations to the following new members: April Alley, Amanda Alexander, Jacob Christensen, Darin Chhing, Emma Davis, Kaitlynn Deatherage, Deminica Farnsworth, Georgina Fuerte-Stone, Kristina Gavrilin, Tyler Gibb, Kelsey Gingerich, Victoria Hardy, Megan Hoo, Nicholas Hughes, Aaron Joy, Makenna Lorange, Lucy Lo're, Liza Mikhaylova, Carter Morgan, LeAnn Nguyen, Nathan Nicholson, Ryan Rutledge, Sulamita Senchilo, Parker Truax and Madison VanZwol.
Congratulations to Evergreen Golfer Autumn Johnson for finishing 7th overall at the Districts Tournament. This enables her to move on to the Bi District Golf Tournament at
Congratulations Justin Morgan a freshman Evergreen High. Justin recently won first place at the Oregon Martial Arts Submission wrestling tournament. This is the second time Justin has won his division in two of the three qualifiers for Finals. His next Jiu-Jitsu tournament will be in June at Liberty High School for the last competition.
Nice job Justin Morgan!
Last Saturday students took part in the Oregon Game Project Challenge competition competing against 26 other school to build a game that fit this year's "disaster recovery & relief" theme (sponsored by Red Cross). All students that participated have put in very long hours in work and research to prepare for this event. They deserve some kudos.
The following students attended the state Skills
Please congratulate the following Team Scholar Athletes for spring 2011:
Girls Tennis: Average GPA - 3.49
Track: Average GPA - 3.45
Softball: Average GPA - 3.04
Congratulations to Nwamaka Erica Ikenze for earning the distinction of Washington State Scholar. Only 147 students in the state of Washington are selected, three from each legislative district. Selection is based on a formula that includes GPA and SAT/ACT scores. Along with Erica, a student from VSAA and a student from Columbia River were selected for the 49th district.
One student per legislative district is also selected as an alternate. Please join me in congratulating Brenna Priebe as the alternate for the 49th district.
You can view what they have done and all the classroom connections
Congratulations Justin Morgan!
Justin Morgan competed in the Oregon Submission League tournament last weekend. Mr. Morgan took first place in his division submitting two opponents early via Arm Bar submissions.
Justin has been training in Jiu Jitsu for about a year.He currently trains under the Pedro Sauer Martial Arts System. Nice job Justin!
Last Modified on August 25, 2011