high school honor roll announced
Fourth quarter high school honor roll students were released this week by Summit Academy officials, with four students earning maximum high honor, 4.00, status. Earning the 4.00 status by averaging all A’s for the quarter: senior Joseph Lustig, sophomore Rachel Wemhoff, and freshman Savanah Prigge and Rachel Uhlenkott.
Earning high honors with a grade point of 3.75 or better: seniors Kim Frei and Michael Hattrup, juniors Dylan Prigge, Tara Stubbers, and Margaret Yalbuw, and frosh Derek Nuxoll.
Honor students during the quarter with grade averages between 3.5 and 3.74: junior Josh Frei and frosh Nicole Frei.
High school students with perfect attendance for the quarter included seniors Michael Hattrup, Joseph Lustig, and Chase Nuxoll, juniors Josh Frei, Dylan Prigge, and Jenn Wemhoff, sophomore Rachel Wemhoff, and frosh Savannah Kuther, Derek Nuxoll, Savanah Prigge, Michael Rehder, Josh Schlader, and Courtney Schwartz.
Summit students clean highway
Fifteen high school students from Summit Academy descended on their two-mile strip of highway, between Cottonwood and Ferdinand, and collected 23 bags of liter in record time of one hour and 10 minutes on Thursday, the last week of school. The stretch has been contracted to Summit for the past several years, and results in students and staff gathering a couple of times each year to gather the bottles and cans left behind the highway litterers.
The fifteen students, a record number, were accompanied by staff members Nick Hattrup and Jerry Wren, and all were treated to pizza and pop to round out the afternoon.
Students doing the cleaning this spring were seniors Kim Frei, Dustin and Joseph Lustig, juniors Josh Frei, Dylan Prigge, and Margaret Yalbuw, sophomores Jamie Chmelik, David Johnson, Vicki Schlader and Rachel Wemhoff, and frosh Austin Chmelik, Nicole Frei, Derek Nuxoll, Savanah Prigge, and Josh Schlader.