Schaldach to attend leadership camp
La Plata Electric Association has selected Rebecca “Becca” Schaldach to attend the 2015 Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp, an all-expense paid educational/leadership camp July 12-17 at Glen Eden Resort outside Steamboat Springs.
Schaldach is a junior at Animas High School.
Each summer, the camp brings together about 100 high school students selected by electric cooperatives in Colorado, Kansas and Wyoming to learn about the organization and operation of a cooperative, as well as to build leadership skills designed to assist students in meeting future challenges.
A member of the Mayor’s Youth Advisory Commission and active in soccer, cross country and skiing, Schaldach is a National Honor Society student who intends to pursue a biomedical engineering degree in college.
For more information, contact Jeannie Bennett, firstname.lastname@example.org or 382-3505, or visit www.lpea.coop.
Hayden Siekman named to dean’s list
Hayden Siekman has earned a place on the dean’s list of the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California for the fall semester 2014. This honor is awarded to students who have attained a grade point average of 3.50 or higher for 12 or more graded units in a term. This achievement reflects commitment to the high standards of scholarship and individual accomplishment at USC Marshall.
Tess Garbarino awarded a grant
Tess Garbarino of Durango has been awarded a Program for Continuing Education grant in the amount of $1,200 by Chapter BR, P.E.O.
Garbarino is a 2011 graduate of Fort Lewis College, where she earned a degree in exercise science. She has decided to pursue her dream of becoming a registered nurse, and is now taking courses at San Juan College in Farmington.
Taylor Graham named to dean’s list
Taylor Graham of Durango, a media major in the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College, was named to the dean’s list for the fall 2014 semester
Jocelyn Zemach named to dean’s list
Jocelyn Zemach, a 2014 Durango High School graduate, has been named to the dean’s list at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont. Her parents are Art and Peggy Zemach.
Escalante school announces honor roll
Escalante Middle School announces that these students were named to the Semester 1 honor roll:
Sixth grade: Natalie Alsdorf, Laramie Ammerman, Kyler Andersen, Layla Apodaca, Merrie Aragon, Hailey Archuleta, Mariana Arteaga-Salinas, Aliyah Atencio, Brittan Autry, Jeanette Baker, Tatym Bergl, Katrina Bleger, Mia Boughton, Jonathan Briner, Rowan Burger, Rotiesha Chatto, Maia Clark, Ana Cuntz, Mary Dossey, Paul Duft, Matthew Eckert, Kian Edmondson, Harrison Egizio-Hughes, Elias Fiddler, Nancy Fierro, Jaden Fitzpatrick, Kimberly Fowler, Cormac Gardner, Jacob Genualdi, Anderson Gillen, Cheryl Golden, Mia Gresh, Lauren Grinde, Lucy Hall, Shawn Hayden, Jamaica Horner, James Jackson, Caleb Johnson, Piper Johnson, Samuel Johnson, Cameron Kelley, Lily Longan, Aurora Lucero, Gage Maddox, Savanah Maez, Morgan Mallonee, Rebekah Markley, Michael McCorry, Naomi Miner, Emily Murillo Ramirez, Kelsey Nicholson, Jade Pruett, Esmeralda Rascon Martinez, Hannah Rodri, Aidan Roessler, Estevan Sanchez, Blaze Sawyer, Abbey Shepard, Jack Sluis, Lily Smith, Ian Swan, Channing Syme, Paige Talbot, Ian Thompson, Lila Trono, Kyla Tucker, Maya Vaughan, Amairany Venzor Madrid, Joshua Walker, Whitman Waters, Jonathan Waugh, Emma Weiser, Caydance Wilson, Veronica Woodward and Ian Wright.
Seventh grade: Devin Acevedo, Alyssa Atherton, Jared Atherton, Stevi Cameron, Alexander Carlson, David Cuntz, Sage Davis, Teagan DeWeese, Logan Diethrich, Anna Fenberg, Emma Fitzgerald, Luke Ford, Shelby Fuchs, Josephine Gagnon, Vivian Gagnon, Clara Galbraith, Faythe Gillam, Emma Hallin, Kiara Hamlin, Haley Howell, Lilah Hwang, Camren Hyde, Griffyn Hyson, Taylor Jackson, Jacey Jeep, Oscar Johnson, Sophie Kairalla, Caleb Lachelt, Deana Lancaster, Kiersten Langford, Rae Lee, Karver Mann, Deysi Moguel, Isabella Putnam, Alexander Read, Summer Rogers, Kiley Ryan, Andrew Saddler, Caitlynn Schmeiser, Marisol Silva Corona, Laurel Trout, Risabel Villa, Kaylan Wait, Jaden Watkins, Morgan Wells, Avery Wickes, Sylas Williams, Nicholas Woodward and Elise Yoder.
Eighth grade: Morgan Allen, Javier Balderrama, Holden Becher, Kylie Behn, Adelaide Birgenheier, Armando Bogarin, Kacey Chen, Taylor Colsman, Steevie Delio, Felicity DeWeese, Ruth Dickson, Tayler Dossey, Braeden Driscoll, Cole Elliott, Kade Engle, Aidan Fitzgerald, Maura Fitzpatrick, Brandon Gallegos, Amber Gideon, Ardyn Goodson, Abigail Gresh, Aidyn Hankins, Alpin Hanson-Holladay, Kaitlyn Hargett, Stella Hildebrand, Kendra Holman, Sally Hong, Elizabeth Howell, Aleksander Hurworth, William Lammons, Danielle Lee, David Lee, Ceylon Lyman, Dawson Marcum, Lukas Markley, Shannin Mayberry, Mara McCoy, Madalen Meier, Rebekah Moenning, Rowan Morris, Morgan Murray, Luke Nicholson, Colton Nosker, Ashley Paul, Mia Rodri, Kayla Rubenstein, Autumn Rymerson, Marcos Sanchez, Zeeley Sawyer, Jacob Schultz, Trinity Secunda, Quinn Simmons, Anna Smagacz, Paul Smagacz, Rosa Suarez, Victor Tenorio, Chanuk Thang, Zayla Tobin, Jaiden Valles, Kiara Valley, Sarah VonTersch, Chloe Walsh, Risa Whitehead and Wildon Wright.
Locals named to FLC dean’s list
These local students were named to Fort Lewis College’s dean’s list for the Fall 2014 semester:
Bayfield: Abigail Damp, Nicole Hamann, Remington Ketchum, Morgan Miller, McKenzie Rayburn, Shannon Wirth, Matt Hanson-Weller, Skye Sarnow, Laurel Baldwin, Kendra Collins and Brittney Harriman.
Durango: Victoria Isaac, Matthew Klema, Jessica Thulson, Katherine McLain, Molly Arms, Shaun Loveless, Kaylyn LeClaire, Candace Shriver, Laura Brothers, Anna Crona, Brooke Milliet, Alexa Whalen, Kathryn Durnford, Hunter Nichols, Cacia Pope, Isaac Segura, Amanda Gwaltney, Kayla Lewis, Jenna Brooks, Kaila Cruz, Keegan Jordan-Matney, Allison Kruchell, Haleigh Lyon, Emily Sandner, Sarah Malin, Evan Meyer, Christopher Ridener, Kolten Brennan, Catlin Cox, Richard Feeney, Lea Gibbens, Lynnea Lee, Ian Lenney, Luke Perkins, Jaimie Welbourn, Austin Faulkner, Jacob Shepherd, Seneca Wolman, Adam Sowards, Thomas Poole, Theresa O’Hare, Autumn Ward, Breanna Pascuzzo, Stephanie Pena, Tiffany Frazee, Jay Rezabek, Chandra Reed, Lucas Matney, Jennifer Clayton, Daria Winterholter, Scott Martin, Justin Myers, John Harper, Christian Belman, Katrina Patton, Claire West, Alister Ratcliff, Jamie Avila, Brooke Schultheis, Courtney Peterson, Amanda Rydiger, Jennifer Welbourn, Raman Thapa, Gabriel Lewis, Amanda Avery, Sarah Leavitt, Erika Beardsley, Greer Taylor, Aama Harwood and Nathaniel Klema.
Ignacio: Ryan Brooks, Larissa Duarte and Jentrie-Marie Ribera.
Cortez: Raena Conklin, Rachel Faught, Jaye Jones-Daves, Grayson Swingle, Kristen Dove and Abigail Lock.
Hesperus: Sarah Armstrong, Madeigh Winsor, Lacey Meek, Emily McCue and Jacob Branch-Boyle.
Pagosa Springs: Mary Brinton, Cassidy Barry, Marcus West, Rebekah Riedberger and Emily Bryant.
Mancos: Matthew McGuire, Kalyn Boyer, Gabriel Doelger and Micala Stevenson.
These students took at least 15 credits of gradable hours and achieved a 3.60 or higher grade point average.
Locals named to the dean’s list
Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, announces that these local students were named to the dean’s list for the Fall 2014 semester:
Carly Pierson of Durango earned Honors.
Hannah Robertson of Durango earned High Honors.
Honors signifies a semester grade point average of 3.6 to 3.79; High Honors signifies an average of 3.8 to 3.99; and Highest Honors signifies a 4.0 grade point average.
For more information, visit www.cornellcollege.edu.
Emma Costello named to dean’s list
Emma Costello of Durango was named to the first semester high honors dean’s list for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Students who attain high honors must have finished at least the equivalent of 12 credit hours and achieved a grade point average of 3.8 to 4.0.
Costello is a freshman Theatre Arts major at Stephens College. Costello, a graduate of Durango High School, is the daughter of Jeanne D. Costello.