May 24, 2012
Scholarship Winners Announced as Part of SCR-I Academic Awards Night
Kala Childress, a Senior at Scotland County R-1 High School, is the recipient of the Kathy Riebel Harrity Scholarship. Kala will be attending Mineral Area Community College in Park Hills, MO, studying Ag Business. Kathy's family established this $1,000 memorial scholarship after she passed away from Inflammatory Breast Cancer in March of 2009. Kala is pictured with her parents, Chris & Billie Childress and Kathy's husband and daughter, Joel and Katelyn Harrity and mother, Jan Slayton.
Department awards, community honorees and scholarship recipients headlined the show Monday, May 14th at Scotland County R-I High School as the community joined together to salute the academic achievements of the 2011-2012 school year.
SCR-I instructors took to the stage to present departmental awards.
Carol McCabe presented business department awards to Shaye Wright, Brandon Monroe, Chris Smeltser, Katie Howard, and Jonathan Cabreza.
McCabe and Billie Lanham, who coached the district state-qualifying campus bowl team from Scotland County, recognized players Morgan Alexander, Megan Kice, Sophia Hoskinson, Josh Adams, Sadie Davis, Rachel Duzan, Renay Friendshuh, Josh Keller, Morgan Carleton, Chris Smeltser, Emily Ebeling, Leah Terrill, Brandon Monroe and Sammi Tobler.
The visual arts department awards were presented by Dustin Harper. She recognized student artists Shelby Eggleston, Tahnee Forquer, Anna Hirner, Dylan Arnold, Brittany Cochran, Laden Holt, Wyatt Kice, Logan Payne, Elizabeth Duzan, Renay Friendshuh, Mark Johnson, Logan Remley, Cory McKinney and Justin Girardin.
Counselor Brent Bondurant presented the Spanish department awards for instructor Ivonne Weigand. Rachel Duzan, Rebeka Kapfer and Sammi Tobler were honored in the Spanish I class. Spanish II awards went to Emily Ebeling and Derrick Muntz.
The Science department awards were handed out by Terri Slaughter. Ryan Branch, Jennifer Miller, Morgan Carleton and Bethany Rader were presented Chemistry I awards. Chemistry II honors went to Josh Keller and Kristine Reckenberg while Anatomy & Physiology awards went to Morgan Carleton and Derrick Muntz. The Zoology & Botany- award was presented to Elizabeth Duzan with Reckenberg and Carleton also earning honors in Physics.
Next up were the Social Studies awards presented by instructor Gary Hunziker.
Social Science awards went to Aaron Mallett, Rachel Duzan, Renay Friendshuh, Leah Terrill, Lorrin McBee, Randi Slaughter, Rowan Johnston, Will Masden, Brittany Cochran, Derrick Muntz, Alexis Dodge and Claire Shannan.
Throughout the evening a number of community group's recognized students' achievements and presented special awards.
Renay Friendshuh and Joseph Hite were honored as the Freshman Citizenship winners.
Emily Ebeling was recognized for being selected to attend the Missouri Scholars Academy and Brandon Monroe was acknowledged as the delegate for the Tri-County Electric Cooperatives Jefferson City leadership tour.
The H.O.B.Y. Leadership Award Nominee was Joshua Keller and alternate Jennifer Miller.
Hailey Dial and Chris Smeltser received the Danforth "I Dare You" Awards.
Missouri Government Outstanding Citizens Awards went to Lorrin McBee and Ryan Slayton.
Glory of Missouri Awards went to Knowledge- Josh Keller, Liberty- Loren Smith-Roberts, Equality- Christian Bradley, Law- Elizabeth Duzan, Justice- Drew Miller, Fraternity- Montelee Sally, Education- Kristine Reckenberg, Progress- Jordyn Doubet, Honor- Brock Bondurant, Truth- Jessica Morrow, Virtue- Courtney Jackson, Temperance- Derrick Muntz, Enterprise- Jennifer Miller, and Charity- Brandon Monroe.
Scotland County R-I Student Council sponsor Jenna Ketchum recognized the following officers: President- Loren Smith-Roberts; VP- Brock Bondurant; Sec.- Jennifer Miller Tres.- Lorrin McBee; senior reps. - Christian Bradley and Kala Childress, sophomore reps. Chris Smeltser and Emily Ebeling; junior reps Anna Hirner and Hailie Stone; and freshmen reps. Renay Friendshuh and Tristen Hilpert.
Perfect Attendance Awards were received by Alexis Dodge, Michael Howard, Kristine Reckenberg, Logan Remley, Chris Smeltser, and Cassandra VanDeVeire.
Tom O'Donnell presented A+ certificates to Brittany Cochran, Kiley Frazier, Ashton Briggs, Kelsey Enlow, Kelsey Justice, Cali Holt, Hilary Harris, Loren Smith, Kala Childress, Christian Bradley, Taylor Rader, Brock Bondurant, Andrew Mathes, Drew Miller, Derrick Muntz, Kristine Reckenberg, Courtney Jackson, Ben Shannan and Harley Stone.
The Missouri Scholars 100 award went to Kristine Reckenberg while the US Army Scholar Athletes were Elizabeth Duzan and Brock Bondurant.
D.A.R. Citizenship Award recipient was Loren Smith-Roberts, who also was honored as an America's Homecoming Queen Finalist.
The Tri-Rivers Conference academic awards went to students meeting GPA and activities requirements as well as earning a 22 or better on the ACT. Earning awards were Brock Bondurant, Elizabeth Duzan, Harley Stone and Loren Smith-Roberts.
Recognized as President's Education Awards winners were:
"Gold" Award Winners (80th percentile ACT score + 3.5 GPA) Elizabeth Duzan, Kristine Reckenberg, and Brock Bondurant; "Silver" Award Winners (80th% ACT OR 3.5 GPA) Kelsey Enlow, Loren Smith-Roberts, Kiley Frazier, Derrick Muntz, Drew Miller, Courtney Jackson, Cali Holt, William Masden, and Hilary Harris.
The George Washington Carver Awards (Top 10% GPA of Senior Class) went to Kristine Reckenberg, Kelsey Enlow and Elizabeth Duzan.
The Senior Citizenship and SC Fire Department Citizenship awards went to Derrick Muntz and Elizabeth Duzan. Senior Leadership awards went to Loren Smith-Roberts and Brock Bondurant while Smith-Roberts and Drew Miller earned Senior Activities Awards.
The night was capped off with a long list of scholarship winners.
The 4-H Council Scholarship of $125 went to Logan Payne.
Andy Clapp Memorial Scholarship of $500 went to Brock Bondurant.
Betty Jo Shibley-Banister Memorial Scholarship $470 went to Hilary Harris.
Community Bank of Memphis scholarship of $250 each went to Cali Holt and Bondurant.
The Deny Clatt Memorial Scholarships were awarded to Abby Clatt and Kiley Frazier.
Epsilon Iota of Beta Sigma Phi presented five $300 scholarships. Winners were Kristine Reckenberg, Derrick Muntz, Lexi Drummond, Brock Bondurant and Elizabeth Duzan.
Ben Shannan, Kelsey Enlow, Drew Miller and Kristine Reckenberg earned $250 scholarships courtesy of Farm Bureau.
The Gorin High School Alumni Scholarship went to William Masden.
Jason Rockhold Memorial Scholarship recipient was Kiley Frazier
The J.P. & Mary Childers Environmental Scholarship was awarded to Ben Shannan.
The Kathy Riebel Harrity Memorial $1,000 scholarship went to Kala Childress.
The Kegan Hunt Memorial Scholarship of $250 was presented to Brittany Cochran.
Loren Smith-Roberts was awarded the $1,000 Ken Cross Memorial Scholarship.
Leo & Arlean Paul Memorial Scholarship of $187 went to Harley Stone.
The MFA Foundation Scholarship for $2,000 was awarded to Derrick Muntz, who also earned the Memphis Funeral Home $300 scholarship.
The Michael Wagner Memorial Scholarship of $750 was presented to Ben Shannan
The $1,500 Patricia Hudnall Memorial Scholarship recipient was Kristen Reckenberg.
Chapter C P.E.O. presented $300 scholarships to Loren Smith-Roberts and Kelsey Enlow.
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. presented $250 awards to Autumn Elliott and Brittany Cochran.
The Pheasants Forever Scholarship of $250 was won by Abby Clatt. She also earned the Ruth & Jesse Slavin Memorial Scholarship of $750.
Scotland County Hospital presented a $500 scholarship to Kelsey Enlow.
The Scott Childress Memorial Scholarship of $500 went to Drew Miller.
The Scotland County Antique Fair presented $250 scholarships to Kiley Frazier and Derrick Muntz.
The Scotland Rotary Club gave away six $500 scholarships. Recipients were Elizabeth Duzan, Kelsey Enlow, Kiley Frazier, Derrick Muntz, Logan Payne, and Kristine Reckenberg.
The Scotland County Teachers Fund scholarships ($250 each) went to Loren Smith and Christian Bradley.
The Ted Riney Memorial Scholarship of $200 was awarded to Drew Miller.
Christian Bradley, Elizabeth Duzan, Derrick Muntz, Kristine Reckenberg, and Harley Stone won the Travis Bissell Memorial scholarships.
The Tom Coffrin Memorial Scholarships of $200 each went to Kristine Reckenberg and Logan Payne
The Tucker-Bourn Memorial Scholarship of $370 was presented to Courtney Jackson.
US Bank Scholarships were awarded to Andrew Mathes and Ben Shannan.
The VFW Women's Auxilary awarded $125 each to Hilary Harris and Kiley Frazier.
The Wymon Lemmon Memorial Scholarship, which pays for books, supplies, and lab fees, went to Derrick Muntz.
Xi Theta Tau of Beta Sigma Phi presented $375 scholarships to Kiley Frazier, Derrick Muntz, Cali Holt and Courtney Jackson.
A number of college and university scholarships were also announced.
Brock Bondurant was offered the Coe College Presidential Scholarship $68,000 over 4 years; the Northwest MO State Univ.- Distinguished Scholar Award $2,500; the Missouri Achievement Scholarship. $1,000; Truman State University A+ Recognition Scholarship $500, Combined Ability Scholarship $3,000, & President's Honorary Scholarship $1,000; University of Missouri- Excellence Award $2,000; Rouse Journalism Scholarship $1,000.
Kelsey Enlow was offered the Trumann State University A+ $500, Combined Ability $2,000 scholarship; IHCC- Salutatorian Scholarship (Full Ride).
Loren Smith-Roberts was offered the Truman State University- A+ $500, Combined Ability $2,500, President's Leadership $800.
Kiley Frazier was offered the Northwest MO State Univ.- Tower Sch. $1,500, MO Achievement Sch $1,000; University Of Central Missouri- Red & Black sch. $2,000; MO Western State Univ.- Governor's Academic Sch. $1,500.
Ben Shannan was offered the Northwest MO State Univ- Freshman Merit Sch. $500.
Drew Miller was offered the MO Western State Univ.- Leadership Award $1,500, A+ Scholarship $1,500, Academic Scholarship $1,500.
Harley Stone was offered the Northwest Missouri State University- Tower Sch. $1,500/MO Ach. $1,500.
William Masden was offered an academic scholarship at Culver-Stockton College.
Kristine Reckenberg was offered the IHCC Val Victorian Scholarship (Full ride); and the St. Louis School Of Pharmacy $8,000 Presidential Scholarship.