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: SUNDAY, JUNE 25,2006 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS D5 North Central Kansas Technical College, Beloit and Hays, has ,.' announced its spring 2006 Honor Roll. These students include: First Honor Roll, 3.8-4.0 QPA Heath Littrell, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, Hays Abraham Hill, residential electricity, Ellis Ryan Honas, plumbing, heating and ah- conditioning, Ellis Korey Schulte, carpentry-cabinetmaking, Goodland Jesse Smith, residential electricity, Hays Dillon Karlin, plumbing, heating and ah- conditioning, Victo- Sandon Saubaugh, business management, Bogue Shawna Riemann, business management, Hays Lynette Kuhn, business management, Gorham Matthew Morrison, electrical technology II, Osborne Derek Dougherty, electrical technology II, Agra Shawn Gotten, agricultural equipment technology II, Phillipsburg Ashley Leiker, business and computer technology, Russell Eric Cline, residential electricity, Russell , Glenda Pfaff, business management, Russell Lynette Kuhn, business management, Gorham Jacob Morgan, automotive technology, Stockton John Wallen, pharmacy technician, Stockton Rebecca Feldt, pharmacy technician, WaKeeney Kirk Lang, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, WaKeeney NCKTC spring honor roll f. f '• '4 t Honorable Mention, 3.0-3.79 GPA J Adam Walker, carpentry-cabinetmaking, Ransom Jennifer LaBarge, nursing, Ellis Curtis Katt, residential electricity, Grainfield Phyllis Hartsfield, nursing, Hays Janihe Kisner, nursing, Victoria Jeffrey Zerr, automotive technology, Hays Jordan Teeter, automotive technology, Hays Amanda Pruitt, nursing, Victoria Matt Gabel, automotive technology, Hays Tracy Wiesner, associate degree, nursing, Hays Lucinda Degenhardt, associate degree, nursing, Oakley Peggy Brungardt, associate degree, nursing, Hays Jennifer Green, nursing, Victoria Katy Berry, associate degree, nursing, Hays Tracy Taylor, automotive technology, Hays Skyy Westbrook, business management, Alexander Tyler Woolsey, residential electricity, Hays Schawna Sloan, business and computer technology, Hays Tate Ellegood, residential electricity, Hays Dustin Vopat, automotive technology, Wilson Tamara Schmidt, nursing, Hays Faye Blubaugh, associate degree, nursing, Hays Ryan Smith, telecommunications and network technology, Hays Barbara Olson, nursing, Hays Cynthia Knouf, nursing, Quinter Nancy Foiles, associate degree, nursing, Hays Brandy Watt, nursing, Hays Susie Fehrenbach, pharmacy technician, Hays Rachael Marsh, pharmacy technician, Hays Sheri Suprobo, pharmacy technician. Hays Sylvia Reinhardt, associate degree, nursing, Hays Anthony Geist, residential electricity, Hays Shalea Beckman, nursing, Hays Stephanie Nutting, nursing, Hays Dorothy Kisslinger, associate degree, nursing, Ransom Amanda Marshall, nursing, Ness City Heather Hardy, associate degree, nursing, Hays Lucinda Degenhardt, associate degree, nursing, Oakley Ryan Kuhlmann, electrical technology II, Osborne Clayton Schultze, electrical technology II, Osborne Katy Curry, business and computer technology, Osborne Brian Runnion, electrical technology II, Glade Tyler Nelson, residential electricity, Plainville Velma Landis, nursing, Damar Donna Addleman, associate degree, nursing, Plainville Doug Gager, business and computer technology, Plainville Doug Gager, business and computer technology, Plainville Erin Newell, associate degree, nursing, Hays Michelle Reishus, nursing, Plainville Katie Beckley, business management, Plainville . Holly Sando, nursing, Hays Malorie Pasek, nursing, Russell Jared Larson, advanced computer information technology II, Smith Center Rachel Snyder, nursing, Stockton Brandy Sherfick, business and computer technology, WaKeeney FHSU students finish well in PR contest KenneRdy Middle School fourth nine weeks honor roll Superintendent's Honor Roll (3.80 - 4.00) . Sixth Grade: Kevin Arnhold, Zachary Binder, Bailee Chrisler, 3 Brett Chrisler, Jordan Dietze, $ 'Danielle Dinkel, Xan Faber, •1 -Nathan Henry, Hannah Keil, ^.Shante Korbe, Dylan Lang, Caitlin Luck, Paige Lunsford, Lane Martin, Jake Nelson, ;< Dustin Petz, Hanna Pfannenstiel, "|Sydni Pfannenstiel, Brook Proc- Vtor, Garrett Rupp, Sidney Schmeidlej; Dylan Scoby, Erica __Staab", Madefine Trout,. Robert "~ Vitztum, Katie Wasinger, Samantha Wilson, Tyler Wooldridge. Seventh Grade: Matthew Applequist, Alex Becker, Claire jBohm, Christina Carreira, Jor- jdan Fisher, Micayla Greathouse, iBrianna Hallagin, Haylee Hedge, (Christy Moeder, Emily Pfeifer, •Kashayla Reiter, Monica Rome, Shaunna Ruder, Lindsey Schmeidler, Abigail Staab, Hayley Tay- Mor, Rebecca Urban, Rebecca ...Whitmer, Dalton Wolfe, Ryan ,Wooldridge, Lauren Wright, Tan- 'ner Younie, Nathan Zimmerman, i Eighth Grade: Andrew Allen, JTarryn Andrews, Vincent Bizzell, {Catherine Brull, Katie jCarmichael, Casey Compton, Eri- Jca Deines, Anne Drees, Braden jDreiling, Amanda Groff, Jayme Hansen, Carlie Hilgers, Kaylee Hoffman, Renee Kippes, -Kalee Kirmer, Erica Michel, _'.Skylin Moeder, Mason Ruder, Hannah Schippers, Sophia Schippers, Jenna Schulte, Emily Volker, Jacob VonLintel, Anna Voss, Mark Wasinger, Natalie Webb, Carissa Wickham. Principal's Honor Roll (3.50 - 3.79) Sixth Grade; Brandi Barnes, •SNaomi Basgall, Breanna Campell. Alan Delton, Cash Drylie, achel Jacobs, Mohan Perumal, Justavo Reyes, Colby Schippers, ' rtha Staples, Nathan Wiesner, Courtney Zimmerman. Seventh Grade: Danielle ,^,Black, Kyle Braun, Ranisha De- J Bey, Michelle Geist, Tressidy V Grover, Abbey Homburg, Adam 5 Kreutzer, Brooke McCullough, I HllrSOllW Johnson County Community Ij College has released its student 't honor roll listings for the 2006 I spring semester. Students on the Dean's List completed at least 12 credit hours and maintained a grade-point average between 3.5 and 4.0. > These students include Adam I Russell Davis, Hays. -' Students on the part-time honor roll have completed at least six credit hours and earned a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. These students include Matthew Brian Dunn, Hays. James Mindrup, Angela Moore, Ashley Moore, Karassa Prochaska, Murrae Rebarchek, Desirea Renz, Matthew Robert!, Mackenzie Schmeidler, Spencer Staab, Jeremy Weber. Eighth Grade: Jeseph Barnes, Katie Dinkel, Amanda Gray, Braden Haas, Andrew Heimann, Eriana Holle, Amanda Johnson, Tyler Lacy, Luke McCampbell, Joseph Pfannenstiel, Jessa Stramel, Preston Werth, Andrea School's Honor Roll (3.00 - 3.49) Sixth Grade: Wesley Allenbaugh, Rodney Bauer, Chelsey Buhrle, Darin Eggers, Payton Littrell, Mattison Meillier, Robert Moore, Derek Stiles, Sara Vine, Devon Weber, Zachariah White, Tannor Wiesner, Taylor Wiesner, Nicole Younger. Seventh Grade: Brittany Alvis, Brett Appelhans, Adrian Arnold, Danielle Barnes, Sara Dreiling, Ryan Geist, Brandon Gottschalk, Khristian Harwood.Shaelyn Klaus, Vivian Leiker, Richard Lyon, Makala Ocamb, Ember Pfeifer, Lindsee Plante-Rhyne, Brittany Proctor, Pilar Rowe, Ky Scheibler, Cassandra Smith, Brandon Stouffer, MaryEllen Wagoner, Tyler Werth, Carson Windholz, Ashley Zimmerman. <i . Eigjrth Grade: Tanis Albers., j Logan Arnhold, Taylor Cooper, '] jenha Dreiling, Jody Fox, Antho- rijTGabel, Jewel Gottschalk, Sydni Hartman, Timothy Herman, Jordan Jackson, Carey Jordan, Augustus Konz, Mary Lee, Kristin Leiker, Shansy Mark, Jermaine McKenzie, Rachelle Nolan, Carlos Perez, Ashtynn Pfannenstiel, Ticha Rebarchek, Rachel Weber, Copeland Wickham, Aaron Wolfe. WWM] tansasreal pc ,GO tal lacom Due to the July 4th holiday^e^ must impose early following days: REGU1AR & Publication Day .<_ ..,,,„_ ' ; . "" : " Jirffi''•'>''• 3 Sunday, July 2 11 a.m.Wedn4s&yj? ' ' • • • -f *'* 'V i\fc Monday, July 3 11 amThurs<jf$Jj Tuesday, July 4 10 a.m. Friday, Ju Wednesday, July 5 Noon, Fridiy,']!! Thursday, July 6 11:00 a.m>?ton\|aM Publication Day Tuesday, July 4 Wednesday, July 5 Call Your Hays Dai To Reserve 628- Elouise Miller, Hays, has been accepted as a member of National Honor Roll's Outstanding American Teachers for 2005-06. This award recognizes educators who have made a difference in heir communities. Miller teaches kindergarten at 4npoln. School and will appear n the NHR Outstanding Ameri:an Teachers 2QO06 Commemo- •ative Edition. V I per column in< % forW birthday & anniversary wishes mmfflm SPECIAL TO THE HAYS DAILY NEWS Pouring rain did not dampen the spirits of Fort Hays State University public relations students when they competed recently in the third annual Mid- America Public Relations Competition at Pittsburg State University. The students walked away with third-, fourth-, fifth- and sixth-place finishes. "I think the students did great," said Andy Stanton, assistant professor of communication studies and team co-sponsor. "The competition was very top notch, especially with involvement of the Grunigs, two of the most admired researchers in PR, being there as our guest judges. I look forward to next year and learning from our experiences." Stanton was referring to James E. Grunig and Larissa A. Grunig, each a professor emeritus of public relations and communications at the University of Maryland, who have established several public relations principals and theories. The team also brought home a plaque and a $50 scholarship for the Communication Studies Department. In the crisis news conference division, the students draw a case study and have 30 minutes to prepare for a news conference. The students compete in two rounds with a different case in each round. The top three individuals advance to the finals. Amanda "Mandy" Johnston, Blair, Neb., senior, advanced to the finals round in the individual's crisis news conference division and finished third. Savannah Hornung, Stratton, Colo., junior, placed fourth. "The students who did the crisis news conference certainly performed well. The topics were quite difficult, and they had the additional stress of being face to face with real reporters and journalists who were trying to get them to divulge more information than a spokesperson should release," said Jennie Straight, assistant professor of communication studies and team co-sponsor. "Both young women handled the questions very professionally." Some of the crisis topics ' that Johnston and Hornung had to cover were a viral meningitis outbreak, a university president hitting and killing a family of four while driving home from a neighboring university, a fraternity hazing problem and a fire in a residence hall. The campaign event was an intense competition in which students spent three hours Friday afternoon developing goals, strategies and tactics from in- formation provided by the client. They presented their proposal to two groups of judges Saturday, and the top three teams moved to finals. This year, the project was to act as an independent public relations firm vying for a lobbying contract with a university. Natalie Blair, Oakley senior, Jessica (Smart) Goodale, Abilene senior, and Jayna Montoia, Hays senior, earned fifth place in the campaigns division. The team of Johnston, Hornung, and Amy Smith, Bertrand, Neb., junior, earned sixth place. "I believe the Fort Hays students did exceptionally well with such a difficult topic. We only touched briefly on PR from a lobbying standpoint in our public relations classes, and none of the students had any background knowledge on lobbying," said Straight. "Not only did they have to use PR skills to develop a campaign, but they also had to research the issue, all in a very short time period." Blair and Smith were the only returning competitors. The students competed with schools from Oklahoma, Nebraska, Arkansas and Missouri. FHSU was the only Kansas school in the competition. 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