Miller Middle School announces students who were named to the honor roll:
Sixth grade: Cameron Barnhardt, William Berger, Christopher Blevins, Sara
Bowlby, Lily-Finn Burdick, Kyla Candelaria, Caleb Carpenter, Chloe Ciotti, Natalie Cohn, Grace Cooper, Catherine
Dellinger, Isaac Ducker, Danica Dudley, Bryan Dunlop, Kathryn Farrell, Elizabeth Gervais, Kylee Gomez, Bryce Gordon, Tristan Govreau, Charles Greenberg, Sobei Hamlin, Sarah Harris, Katelyn Harrison, Veronica Heinrich, Lia Henriksen, Max Ickes, Cristina Jantz, Sara Johanntoberns, Savanna Johnson, Matthew Kellow, Scott Kellow, Bailey Kord, Anastasia
Koshevoy, Dylan Kroes, Benjamin Lachelt, Hannah Langford, Ana Lerma Martin del Campo, Samuel Martinez, Sydney Mattox, Hunter McKenna, Alma McKown, Kathryn Milliet, Lauran Morrissey, Anne Mummery, Jazmin Ortiz, Madison Padgett, Caroline
Parker, Hannah Pavon, Deanna Pitman, Hailee Pritchard, Madeline Robertson, Megan Robinson, Senora Robinson, Eliana
Rothwell, Ashlee Scalf, Jennifer Schadt, Rebecca Schaldach, Nicolas Schiavone, Raeden Shanks, Samantha Smith, Mary
Snyder, Mason Stetler, Hayden Stills, Mattie Stubbe, Jesse Stutey, Joshua Thompson, Corinne Truax, Austin Urban, Joaquin Valdez, Emma Van Dyck, Emily Waddell, Sarah Waller, Bryce Ward, Jared Webster, Nick Wilbur, Cole Williams, Rowan Woodford, Sterling Worley and Alfonso Zavala.
Seventh grade: Chloe Bourdon, Emma Buchanan, Abree Candelaria, Caroline
Cleveland, Angeling Cruz-Yen, Nathan Curmano, Andrew Downs, Rachel Ensign, Claire Fenton, Ranier Ford, Zachary
Gasaway, Gordon Gianniny, Jennifer Glasgow, Logan Graham, Mitchell Guffey, Sean Harrison, Tessa Hermesman, Alejandra
Hernandez, Clarice Huckins, Carter Janes, Bryn Joyner, Isabella Kidd, Zoe Larsen, Matthew Lavengood, Alexander
Lavenue, Sarah Lawton, Laura Lieb, Alora Lind, Sabine Lindler, Andrew Lloyd, Jack Marshall, Angela McCarthy, Dylan
McClain, Shana McDonald, Liam Millar, Lauren Milliet, Virginia Morse, Christin Nargi, Blaise Page, Christopher Petty, Harrison Quick, Payton Randle, Emily Rohren, Avra Saslow, Evan Schertz, Larson Schwaebe, Elisabeth Schwartz, Sierra
Siegel-Brugh, Jessica Sigillito, Hayden Sill, Jacob Skeath, Caroline Tidwell, Elise Tidwell, Vayle Townsend, 'Ilima
Umbhau, Emily Wieser, Amelia Wigton, Ben Wilbur, Haley Wilhelmsen, Olivia Winter-Holm, Natalie Youssef and Jane
Eighth grade: Sean Ackerman, Trenton Andrews, Sean Arnold, Rachael Bennett, Dylan Blair, Kaylee Blevins, Trevor Bogus, Jessica Brammer, Kevin Brinkley, Cully Brown, Hannah Buck, Sally Burchett, Isabella Bussian, Lily Byrd, Hayden Carlson, Harley Carney, Kaleb Cobb, Megan Cooksey, Rachel Cooper, Logan Crabb, Berkeley Davis, Carley Dellinger, Skyler Dobbs, Emma Dorr, Mariah Dorsey, Sara Downs, Blake Dunlap, Taylor Dunlop, Taran Egner, Elizabeth Ellis, Jared Engelken, Alec Ensign, Robin Fox, Tobias Goldman, Rachel Gonzales, Sierra Good, Emma Greenberg, Teresa Griffith, Emma Hagen, Nicholas Kellow, Brooke Kniffin, Eli Kopp-DeVol, Jessie Kroes, Patrick
Leach, Devin Lewis, Desiree Little, Halie Lockard, Natalie Lyon, Emma Marshall, Samuel Maxwell, Lauren McClain, Maggie McKenna, Savannah McMannis, Elliot Mink, Mikayla Montoya, Garrett Mulkey, Laura Mummery, Meredith Nass, Jessica Nordby, Austin Opsal, Hannah Peterson, Sheila Prentice, Elle Rathbun, Amy Raulston, John Rhoades, Hannah
Robertson, Emma Russell, Amanda Rydiger, Emily Schaldach, William Searfus, Manish Shankar, Mallory Shanks, Claudia
Sipan, Hannah Smith, William Sommerville, Alyssa Swan, Nicholas Tarpley, Baylynn Thomas, Gabriel Tonnessen, Kyle
Truax, Whitney Wanstrath, Madeline Ward, Jennifer Welbourn, Benjamin Wiley, Stephanie Wilson, Tyler Worley, Jackson
Yagunich, Jonathan Yagunich and Jocelyn Zemach.
Riverview students get President's Award
Riverview Elementary announces the fifth-grade students who received the President's Award for Educational Excellence
for 2010: Olivia Sakadinsky, Risa Holmes and Harry Steinberg.
This award is given to students who have achieved the highest standard for classroom grades in the fourth or fifth
grades and earned advanced scores in reading, writing and math on CSAP tests.
Animas Valley announces Huskies
Animas Valley Elementary School announces students named Huskies of the Week - during the final week of school - for
showing cheerfulness or self-control: John Watson, Toby Kline, Ella Reynolds, Ava Maxon, Devon Martinez Rockwell, Julie Barr, Chayanne Segovia, Riley Mat, Ana Rodriguez Aramburo, Emma Vogel, Brenden Wedertz, Lydia Townsend and
Riverview announces Principal's Pride Awards
Riverview Elementary School announces students who received a Principal's Pride Award in May: Taylor Mickelson, Hunter Rawles, Callie Huckins, Alden Gray-Stallings, Gavin Mestas, Aja Ramsey, Shea Lynn Baca, Kayla Willis, Ella
Stevens, Kyler Reimers, Natalie DeBelina, Kenna Willis, Zach Schmidt, Harry Steinberg, Amanda Schwartz, Kevyn Latham, Jenna Engelken, Risa Holmes, Mandalyn Jurica, Heleny Zacamolpa, Claudia Luthy, Wyllow Hildner, Kaylan Wait, Chloe
Gauthier, Simon Donnaway, Liana Bygel, Dillon Coleman, Jonathon Smith, Wyeth Rossi, Devon Harlan, Meghan Youngblood, Cory Ide and Aiden Robinson.
These students celebrated their accomplishment by having lunch with the principal on May 19.
Grace Preparatory announces graduates
Grace Preparatory Academy announces the May 20, 2010, graduation of its seniors: Nicole Joy Lynn Brothers, daughter
of Nick and Tracy Brothers; Mary Elisabeth McLaughlin, daughter of Robert and Susan McLaughlin; Christina Marie
Spriggs, daughter of Steve and Catherine Spriggs; Jamie Lauren Urban, daughter of Rick and Patti Urban; and Keyre
Leyell Zick, daughter of Nathan and Juliet Zick.
Fall plans for this group include engineering studies at Colorado State University for Spriggs and Urban; biology and
journalism studies at Houghton College in New York for McLaughlin, and cosmetology studies at the Paul Mitchell
School in Colorado Springs for Zick. Brothers has not yet decided whether she will attend CSU, Fort Lewis College, Montana State University, Whitworth University or Baylor University.
Cortez student awarded scholarship
The "What Drives You?" scholarship program funded by the Cortez/Durango/CaÃ±on City Jiffy Lube franchise group
Lubricar will award a $500 scholarship award to Margeaux Carter of Montezuma-Cortez High School.
The scholarship program is open to all teen drivers in local high schools. Students are asked to submit a 500-word
essay detailing what motivates them.
Carter's winning entry discussed her desire to become a veterinarian. She wants to specialize in large animals to
fill a growing need in rural areas. Scholarship money will go directly toward secondary education.
For more information, call (505) 897-6701 or visit www.yourturn2apply.com.
Timberline Academy announces honor roll
Colorado Timberline Academy announces that Amber Hayward, daughter of Judith Pfeif of Durango, has been named to the
academic honor roll for blocs five and six.
The honor roll distinction specifies that a student must have a 3.0 grade point average with nothing below a B for an
academic bloc, a period of four or five weeks. There are seven blocs in the school year.
The academy is a private coeducational boarding school in Durango. It is a college-oriented educational community
known for its emphasis on outdoor education.
Escalante announces spring honor roll
Escalante Middle School announces students named to the honor roll:
Sixth grade: Aidan Aggeler, Madison Anderson, Joseph Archuleta, Lucas Baken, Maureen Bartley, Darby Bergl, Michaylla Binger, Camille Bisbee, Hunter Bray, David Brooks, Marianne Brown, Ellen
Campbell, Alexandra Caplin, Jennifer Carrasco, Clare Carroll, Orion Clay, Reilly Coker, Samuel Coleman, Kimberly
Crawford, Jessica Cruz Mendez, Montanna Daniel, Molly Dickinson, Gabrielle Dodd, Elizabeth Earl, William Eggleston, Tanessa Farley, Kiah Garand, Julia Garcia, Shaylan Garrett, Joseph Genualdi, Shilo Gillen, William Gustavson, Ava
Hachmann, Shaelee Hawkins, Austin Howerton, Jennifer Huff, Makayla Jaeger, Brittany Jaime, Nicholas Jernigan, Caitlyn
Jones, Kayla Kain, Chase Kassel, Kiera Keetch, Brittney Ketchum, Joshua Koch, Cameron Koso, Tyllor Ledford, Amon
Ledger-Swenson, Tenille Leeder, Hannah Liberman, Kirsten Lloyd, Kanyon Mann, Naomi Marquez, Molly Matava, Nicholas
Mathews, Jarrod Mayer, Logan McGlamery, Misty Melody, David Moenning, Audrey Morris, Madisen Norcross, Brianna Nuss, Tanessa Pannell, Daisun Perry, Aleashea Prescott, Patty Rangel, Sierra Reed, Dianney Rodriguez, Owen Rude, Jessica
Salka, Kimberly Schamp, Mila Snow, Tyler Spoo, Jillian Stalker, Leah Stephens, Storm Summers, Zachry Szura, Collin
Thorburn, Hannah Trier, Terrence Trujillo, Jenna Tucker, Kaniesha Valley and Riley You.
Seventh grade: Grace Calvet, Amayrany Chavez, Madison Dickson, Brooke Ellis, Scott Erickson, Tristan Galesic, Miranda Gallegos, Logan Geauthreaux, John Gilleland, Erik Gonzales, Rachel Gummow, Sierra Heller, Sophie Hickcox, Madison Hoven, Rebekah Hwang, MacKenzie Kemple, Ross Kotlar, John Lee, Tessa Leeder, Teal Lehto, Shannon Maloney, Madalyn McClure, Sydney McMunn, Jeffrey Merkel, Abigail Moore, Brynne Mower, Jacie
Mustard, Risa Ontiveros, Roberto Razo Garcia, Nolan Reed, Miles Rivera, Alexandra Rodd, Dayne Rowley, Victoria
Salinas, Iliana Sawyer, Katarina Seibert, Chad Shefferd, Matthew Shortle, Katie Spindle, Sarah Steerman, Reiley
Waldo, Katja Walton, Elizabeth Wiegert, Kaitlin Wiegert, Alyssa Wineholt, Shayla Wood and Summer Youngman.
Eighth grade: Nicholas Aggeler, Jamila Baird, Mykayla Bates, Taylor Begay, Allison Betts, Shane Bisogno, Kristen Bjorlin, Molly Black, James Borst, Abigail Boyd, Alexander Byfield, Emma
Cameron, Kelsey Catlin, Emma Costello, Eva Eckstein, Sierra Edd, Ivan Estrada, Shannon Etz, Madison Frihauf, Logan
Garrett, Jazmine Griffith, Angela Grogan, Colin Grushkin, Elijah Gutt, Montana Harris, Morgan Harris, Aama Harwood, Tymbree Hawkins, Rita May Hecker, Haley Hudgens, Abigail Jackson, Riley Jaye, Gabrielle Kincheloe, Caitlin Langford, Nathanael Langford, Kaylynne Loos, Claudia Marron, Hanna Martens, Tyler Martinez, Elise Mask, Sanlyn Maslak, Katja
Max, Emily McCue, Daniel McDermott, Malia McKinzie, Robert Moore, Westly Moore, Erin Mull, Melissa Napier, Courtney
Peterson, Heather Piccoli, Rylie Price, Alissa Ransford, Jessie Ransford, Kaitlin Rhodes, Nathanael Rodd, Cody Ross, Jesse Rubenstein, Hugo Silva Corona, Sheridan Stapleton, Lorianne Stevens, Jeremy Szura, Logan Talley, Kendel Teran, Kaitlin Trier, Betsy Ward and Joseph Wayne.
Local woman graduates from Chapman Univ.
Chelsea Lauren Phillips, daughter of Jan and Greg Phillips of Durango, graduated from Chapman University in Orange, Calif., with a degree in advertising and a minor in art.
Phillips is employed at NetScope, an interactive marketing agency in Laguna Beach, Calif., as a social media manager.