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Achievers: June 6
• Kodiak College has released its Chancellor’s List and Dean’s List honorees this week. On the Chancellor’s List for the spring 2013 semester are Alisha Broemeling, Heather Kitchin, Alyssa Monce, Amy Wagner and Teri Ward. To be selected for the Chancellor’s List, an undergraduate must earn a grade-point average of 4.0 while completing at least 12 credits. On the Dean’s List for the spring 2013 semester are Rose An...
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Achievers: May 30
• Josephine Cooper and Deborah Fiala have been initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at the University of Bridgeport. • Grace Neff, Alexandra Durham, Jairom Barnett and Carl Lapena have been named the Elks students of the quarter for the fourth quarter at Kodiak High School. Grace, a freshman, is the daughter of Katrina and Cort Neff. Always with a smile on her face, Grace is willing to take on any cha...
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Achievers: May 23
• Kodiak resident Matthew J. Lawonn has earned a Master of Science degree in Wildlife Science from Oregon State University. Lawonn joined 5,266 other students who will receive a degree June 15 at Reser Stadium in the university’s 144th annual commencement ceremony. • Salina Kratt, Marice Ashford, Megan Pyles, and Sierra Callis were selected for Elks student recognition at Kodiak High School for the third quarter o...
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Achievers: May 16
• Charlene Rose B. Navales graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage on May 5 with a bachelor of business administration in accounting. Navales graduated from Kodiak High School in 2006. Her parents are Frederick P. Navales and Amalia B. Navales, and she is engaged to Jefferson T. Nidoy. • Karl Shick, an undecided major at St. Olaf College in Minnesota, was recognized during the school’s honors day last we...
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Achievers: April 17
The Army National Guard in Kodiak has a record number of women in the Guard and would like to recognize them. •PV2 Maria Santiago has been in the Army National Guard for a year and a half. She joined the Guard because she wanted to serve the country. She wanted to experience adventures in her life. She also joined because of the free education opportunity and other good benefits the guard had to offer. •PV2 Prince...
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Achievers: April 11
Nine students from Kodiak High School and their advisors, Christy Kinter and Joy Arneson, attended the Career & Technical Student Organizations Performance-Based Assessment Conference on March 21-23 in Anchorage. HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) is a national student organization that promotes careers in the health care industry to promote quality health care for all people. Kodiak students participat...
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Achievers: April 4
• Amanda M. Rhodes, a senior nutrition major at Oregon State University, earned straight A’s in the winter term. • Julie Beehler received the President’s Citation at Missouri Baptist University for the fall 2012 semester. The citation honors qualified students who achieve a perfect 4.0 grade-point average during the semester. • Elizabeth Painter won second place in the middle school electrical engineering division...
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Achievers: March 21
• Kodiak resident Isaac Fields has been named to the fall 2012 Dean’s List at Azusa Pacific University in southern California. Fields, a chemistry major, achieved a grade-point average of 3.5 or better, sharing the honor with 1,698 other students at the 10,000-person campus. • Leila Pyle of Kodiak and Chloe Hawkins of Old Harbor have returned to the archipelago after attending the Alaska Youth for Environmental Ac...
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Achievers: March 14
• The Natalia Shelikof Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution sponsor a “Good Citizen” essay-writing contest each year for three Kodiak High School seniors. McKenzie E. Barnett, selected by three non-DAR judges, was the winner of the Kodiak contest. McKenzie’s essay was submitted by the local chapter to the chairman of the state contest. The State Conference will be held in Anchorage,...
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Achievers: March 7
• Anelise Zimmer and Brenda Castonguay have been named winners of the Spirit of Youth Award, a statewide program to recognize Alaska teens for their accomplishments in several different categories. Zimmer and Castonguay were honored in the “Science and the Environment” category for their volunteering work with the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. • A team of three Kodiak High School culinary arts students finished...
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