Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on May 9, 1993 · Page 7
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-THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1993 — 7 Achievers named for Potter Valley : Administrators at Potter Valley Junior High School have released a list of honored students for the third quarter. | The list includes those who are on the Principal's List and Honors List. Principal's List Third Quarter (AH A's Mid B's) — Joleen Blundell, Mm DeNoon, Hart Homeman, Maria Melgoza, Paul Monlux (all A's), Alartm Oldham, Gabe Reiuen, Bzequiel Reyes, Shannon Scatena (all A's), Robert Strickler, Amanda Waidelich (all A's), Noble Waidelich, Laura Ware, Linnea Wik (all A's) and Jeremy Winter. Honor Roll (3.0 GPA In Solid Subjects, no D's) — Abel Buickerood, Lori Enright, Cory Giese, Joy Hoffar, Melissa Martella, Charlie McMcnomey, Teresita Ondveros and Steven Power. Potter Valley High School Principal's List Third Quarter (all A's and B's) — Carrie Atkinson, Shanna Alt wood, Akasha Barickman, Jessica Buickerood, Jill Carter, Oliva Chavez, Ruby Clark, Sylvia Clark, Zeke Gtuckman, Craig Jacobsen, Leah Juan, Jaime Melgoza, Pedro Melgoza, Esther Odekirk, Jasmyne Olson, Antonio Valencia and Jaime Vasquez (all A's). Honor Roll (3.0 GPA In Solid Subjects, no D's) — John Barrar, Miranda HolUngs- worth, Richelle Lawson, Angel Hunter, Heather Osborne, Rachelle Rasmussen and Julie Wilson. CALPELLA KIDS HONORED Canaan Johnson Students honored for the month of March from Calpella Elementary School are, front row, Daniel Stultz and Mellnda Basaldua, and top row, February students of the month Joseph Black and Elizabeth Medina. Honor roll students recognized at RVMS Jim Larson, principal of Redwood Valley Middle School, announced the .Honor Roll and Principal's List. Those students making the Honor Roll must maintain a B average in all subjects. Included in this quarter's Principal's List are 16 students with all A's (Those students with all A's are listed in boldface type: Sixth gmders — Nathaniel Bane, Vito Pitino, Cy Plait, Mindy Ramos, Julie Rodriguez, Mariah Talso. Seventh graders — Jacob Casella, Danyelle Hafley, Jessica Klaisner, Jessica Mumford, Adrianna Oster. Eighth graders—Derek Dahlin, Coriena Johnson, Jessica Pickens, OabeProchter, Ben Monroe. Third Quarter Sixth Grade Honor Roll —•• Lucy Arnold. James Bailey, Troy Barnes, Stephanie Brown, Chad Carlstadt, Hilary DeWitte, Danielle Garrison, Andy Grieve, Malia Hilalea, Heather Law, Candace Lowe, Tony Mathis, Sarah Miles, Jabin Paz, Erie Ritchey, Christian Rowland, Alex Schaer, Soraya Silva, Richard Solda, Chris Thorns.*, Angle Torres, Joe Venturi and Michelle Villey. Sixth Grade Principal's List — Adrienne Barela, Nathaniel Barre, Everhett Butler, Julie Chapman, Danyelle Friedrich, ICristina Getts, Monica Gowan, Dana Grant, Lisa Green, Mandee Hage, Jessica Ingrain, ICristina Maples, Luke McGehee, Emily Mossi, Sarah Norbury, Rachelle Payetta, ' Vlto Pltlno, Cy Platt, Mlndy Ramos, MM Rantala, Lalanie Ready, Maria Reyes, Juillt Rodrlquez, Devon Rogers, David So),da, Erin Sullivan, Mariah Talso, Heidi Testers, Michelle Woll and Claudia Azaueta. Seventh Grade Honor Roll — Josh Aflard, Amber Berry, Summer Brooks, Philip TSumham, Melissa Gonzalez, Paul Grossi, Rebecca Lieberknecht, Hayde Lopez, Joshua Madsen, Dwayne Nelson, Mia Pacini, Armando Pinola, Brian Segers, Daniele Shields, Jimmy Thorn, Marcie Thompson, Megan Vagt and David Velasquez. Seventh Grade Principal's List — Jessica .Arteaga, Jacob Casella, Catherine Crawford, Dana Dogali, Amy Ford, Danyellle Hafley, Brandce Hage, Marie Hanson, Jason Hempsmeyer, Zach Horton, Wells Hutchins. Jessica Klabner, Miriam Koppel, Jose Lopez, Amber Madlem, Bruce McCarthy. Callie McCehee, dark McGehee, Jessie* Mumford, Adrianna Oster, Jennifer Phillips, Nlkkl Sterling, Courtney Wagner, Chris WIchlM, Dawn Wldler and Robert Young. Eighth Grade Honor Roll — Jason Abigania, Alisa Bechtol, Tonia Bracken, Angela Bradley, Steve Brennan, Alida Burnstad, Jesse Caristedt, Kevin Christensen, Ryan Clifton, Rebecca Cummins, Max Dale, Alder Dolan, Emily Bbbeson, Nick Evans, Paola Flores, Carrie Goldsberry, Steve goodson, Sarah Hall, Shannon Hoben. Danny Howard. Kim Hudson, Christina Israel. Angela Johnson, Sherry Johnson, Jeff Kubran, Leah Nidros, Tiera Pack, Jesse Potswald, Noel Ramirez, Bill Rantala, Carlie Salinas, Tommy Sanchez, Aaron Sullivan and Drew Wallace. Eighth Grade Principal's List —Sarah Barre, Tim Berry, Miranda Caristedt, Valerie Cornell, Derek Dahlin, GiustinaFloc- chini.BriannaHaggitt.RianeHeffel, Corlena Johnson, Tucker Kelley, Lucas Mattem, Ben Monroe, Jessica Pickens, Jeremiah Platt, Gabe Prochter, Amber Shrum, Dan Sprague and Justin Talso. y Tkif b aH you w«ar! Tomorrow's Tbchnolooy Available Today! HOW Ask About Our Budget Plan- Spoctal Pricing For Banters flMYT ^p^.. "•"•"•—— -*- 1 — PV girl wins environmental poster contest Kira Rubenthaler, a third-grade student from Potter Valley, has been selected for her winning ideas on saving the environment in the national poster and essay contest, "Project Environment," sponsored by the California Table Grape Commission. "Project Environment," now entering its third year, is designed to teach young people the value and importance of environmental responsibility. This year, more than 5,000 "Project Environment" kits were requested by school food service directors and educators. It is estimated that 150,000 students participated in the cirriculum program, with more than 1,000 entries received from across the nation. Kira is schooled by her parents, Chris Slingsby and Robert Ruben- thaler, who are former substitute teachers. "We heard about 'Project Environment' through the school district and saw it as a good way to teach Kira how to draft an outline and organize her thoughts into paragraphs," said Robert. "It was an excellent way to teach her how to write essays. We're proud that her thoughts on protecting the environment have been recognized." Kira, who is eight years old, offers several suggestions to clean up the environment. She writes: "We could organize a clean up day with our friends or a group. We can also reduce trash by not buying items with extra packing. We can use reusable fabric bags instead of plastic or paper grocery bags." As the first place winner, Kira will receive a certificate of recognition and a mountain bike from the California Table Grape Commission. Entries were judged on four criteria: understanding of environmental issues, communication of the importance of protecting the environment, ideas for how students can help at home or school, and creativity. "Project Environment was developed by the California Table Grape Commission in 1990. The annual competition is open to students in first- through eighth grade. As the promotional arm of California's fresh table grape industry, the commission represents 800 farm family members. "Project Environment" is a component of the commission's community service program, which includes scholarships for farm workers and their families, mini-grants for teachers, and sponsorship of California's Central Valley Science md Engineering Fair. 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