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Graduation Ceremonies

Friday, May 16, 2014

Thursday, May 22, 2014

6:00 p.m.– Dodson High School Gymnasium

6:00 p.m.– Rocky Boy High School Gymnasium

Friday, May 16, 2014

Saturday, May 24, 2014

7:00 p.m.– Whitewater High School Gymnasium

2:00 p.m.– Box Elder High School Gymnasium

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Saturday, May 24, 2014

2:00 p.m.– Hays Lodge Pole High School

2:00 p.m.– North Star High School - Rudyard, MT

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Saturday, May 17, 2014

2:00 p.m.– Big Sandy High School Gymnasium

2:00 p.m.– Turner High School Gymnasium

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Sunday, May 18, 2014

2:00 p.m.– Lloyd Bowen Gymnasium - Chinook, MT

1:00 p.m.– Harlem High School Gymnasium

Sunday, May 18, 2014

2:00 p.m.– Chester-Joplin-Inverness Auditorium

Sunday, May 25, 2014

4:00 p.m.– Havre High School Gymnasium

HAVRE HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny compared to what lives within us." Graduation Date.........Sunday, May 25th, 2014 at 4 p.m. at Havre High School Gymnasium Baccalaureate......... Sunday, May 18, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Havre High School Auditorium Speaker.........Jay Pyette Class Colors........Royal Blue & White Class Flower.........Chrysanthemum

Tyler Adams

Glenn Albright

Michael Antley

Dustin Armstrong

William Arocha

Brendan Bachmeier

McKenna Barkus

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The places you'll go:

Tips for female graduates on how to lean in to your career (BPT) - More females are graduating from college than ever before, but does gender still play a role in career success? Does the so-called glass ceiling still exist? The truth is females face unique considerations when it comes to growing and navigating a career. Rachel Thomas, president of LeanIn.Org, still remembers her first negotiation. Heart pounding and palms sweaty, she sat across the table from her boss-to-be armed with tips from her dad and a nervous smile. She ended up with a salary increase so modest, she says, "I could barely afford an extra tank of gas each pay cycle." Many negotiations and years later, it finally dawned on Thomas that her dad gave her bad advice. It turns out that what works for men in the workplace often doesn't work for women. It's critical that young women learn how to manage their careers as women. Yet they often don't have access to the right information. For example, search for "negotiation" in the books category on Amazon, and you'll find nine out of the top 10 books were written by men. (A co-ed writing team penned the 10th.) Yet seemingly small missed opportunities can significantly impact a woman's bank account and career trajectory. Women are four times less likely to negotiate than men. Now consider the difference between a woman who accepts a $25,000 starting salary and a man who negotiates for $5,000 more: when they're 60, the man will have made $361,171 more in salary. And it's not just about money - according to one recent study, employees who negotiate are promoted 17 months earlier than those who don't. "Lean In for Graduates," the new edition of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's best-selling book "Lean In," offers recent graduates practical advice for choosing a path, finding a job, negotiating a first salary, and positioning themselves for success at work - all through the lens of gender. Here are three tips taken from the book that all graduates, especially women, should know as they transition from school to the workplace:

Adopt the mantra "Proceed and be bold" Being bold is especially important for women because they often fear putting themselves out there. "Men will apply for jobs if they think they meet just 60 percent of the job requirements, while women will apply only if they think they meet all of them," says Thomas. Now who's got a better chance of getting that job - the man who applies for it or the woman who doesn't? Adopt the same principle for opportunities at work. Let your manager know you're interested in stretch assignments and keep your eyes open for projects that will allow you to make your mark. Shift from thinking "I'm not ready to do that" to thinking "I want to do that - and I'll learn by doing it."

Negotiate wisely

"You won't get what you don't ask for, so make it a rule to negotiate," says Thomas. "But before you do, understand how stereotypes impact negotiations." Research shows that we expect men to be assertive and look out for themselves, so there's little downside when they advocate on their own behalf. In contrast, we expect women to be communal and collaborative, so when they advocate for themselves, we often react unfavorably. One strategy to combat this, says Thomas, is to use communal language. As she explains, "women get better results when they emphasize a concern for organizational relationships." For example, you might say, "If I join the team, I will do my best to contribute to its success. It's important that my salary reflects the education and skills that will enable me to do this."

Sit at the table It can be hard to feel confident when you're just starting your career - and research shows it's even harder for women. Women tend to underestimate their performance, while men tend to overestimate theirs. "It's difficult to change the way you feel, but you can change the way you think and act," explains Thomas. When you walk into a meeting feeling insecure, remind yourself that you've earned your position. Then take a seat at the table, raise your hand, and surprise yourself. "When you push past your insecurities and go for it, you gain more confidence, which leads to more opportunities," says Thomas. The common thread in all of these tips is, Go for it! When you see an opportunity, imagine what success looks like for you and lean in to it. For more career tips for graduates, visit leanin.org/grads.


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HAVRE HIGH SCHOOL cont.

HAYS LODGE POLE HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."The past is my heritage; the present my responsibility; the future my challenge." Graduation Date.........Saturday, May 17th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Hays Lodge Pole School Valedictorian.........Dane Snow Salutatorian.........Nathan Doney Speaker.........Kenneth "Tuffy" Helgeson Class Colors........Purple & Gold Class Flower.........White Rose with Purple Tip

Chanise Cochran

Andrew Cole

Bruce Denny

Nathan Doney

Tevin Horn

Kelsey Hughes

Not Pictured: Chasanna Doney Dane Snow

Katie Beck

Kayla Berg

Travis Berger

Justin Bickford

China Bohn

Alicia Borst

Lynnea Bosch

Darlena Bradley

Ellery Bresler

Shelbi Brough

Trey Brown

Alexander Brurud

Raymond Campbell

Houston Capellen

Megan Cline

Jodene Crowder

Matthew Curtis

DevinJo Disalvo

Amanda Dolph

Breck Don

Judi-Ann Doney

Darrin Longfox

Thomas Molina

TURNER HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."I'm an idealist. I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way." –Carl Sandberg Graduation Date.........Saturday, May 17th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Turner High School Gymnasium Valedictorian.........Lyndsay Kate Hutton Salutatorian.........Kurtis Dylan Welsh Speaker.........T.J. Casey Class Colors........Black, White & Yellow Class Flower.........Tulips

Lyndsay Kate Hutton

Kurtis Dylan Welsh


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HARLEM HIGH SCHOOL cont.

Sean Dugdale

Kyle Duitsman

James Eastlick

Conrad Eckhardt

Dakota Edmonds

Mackenzy Edmonds

Brandi Erickson

Diandra Mary Johnson

Carrigan MaryCathryn Jones

Teague Matthew Jones

Latrell Bo Kirkaldie

Emma Kelli Rose Lamebull

Isaiah Anthony Lawrence

Zachariah J. Maratita

Delanie Faber

Jonathan Faber

Peyton Filius

Jacinta Finneman

Zeena Fox

Ashley Frazier

Danielle Friede

Cecelia Theresa Moore

Sebrina Alexandria Morin

Trent Alan Noel

Kasey Hope Ramone

Marian Stella Sears

Shay Aaron Snider

Jordan Dale Snow

Nikki Gabrielsen

Selena Keller Gibbs

Alexander Graham

Haley Graham

Thomas Gruber

Peter Hansen

Jack Hanson

Sarah Speakthunder

Cory Lee Stiffarm

Eduardo Steven Velazquez

Colette Jayde Werk

Jaycee Lynn Werk


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HARLEM HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."Your life lies out before you like a field of unbroken snow,

be careful how you tread it for every track will show." –Unknown Graduation Date.........Sunday, May 18th, 2014 at 1 p.m. at Harlem High School Gymnasium Co-Valedictorians.........Seth Adams & Trent Noel Salutatorian.........Carrigan Jones Speaker.........Terry Brockie Class Colors........Maroon & Black Class Flower.........White Rose with Maroon Tip

Seth Daniel Adams

Trevin Cole Fox

Delane Nyles Alexander

Anthony Chase Gray

JayLynne Brooke Allen

Matice David Hawley

Craig Stevens Azure

Kelsey Ann Horn

Janeese Sylver Brisbo

Vanessa Mae Horn

Isaiah Thomas Doney

Stanley Irvine

Tyler Harrison

Zachary Hellegaard

Shannon Herring

Natalie Hill

Nicholas Howell

Sydne Huston

Morgan Jappe

Russell Jensen

Kane Johnson

Kylee Kaul

Natalen Kinsella

Kali Kirkegard

Carlee Klimas

Jayson Kohler

Brandy Lambourne

Kade Lanier

Dane Linquist

Mildred Loftus

Kyle Lucke

Megan Malone

Ned Malone

Monique Alexis Doney

Aryn Grace Jake


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CHINOOK HIGH SCHOOL cont.

Tristan Manuel

Jade Marden

Hannah Martin

Travis McConnell

Julie McKinney

Somer Messerly

Justin Miller

Tanner Gomke

Scott Hamilton

Talya Johnson

Jacob MacLean

Stacie Miller

Zach Molyneaux

Brandon Murnion

Lauren Miller

Aitana Moore

Cameron Morelli

Danielle Murphy

Kody Nystrom

Spencer Obresley

Dustin Odegard

Ashton Niederegger

Laura Nussbaum

Brittany Pelesky

Kayceen Pursley

Paige Raty

Tracey Reed

Tavin Schneider

Haley Ohm

Allisa Olson

Bethany Ordiniza

Karina Partida

Tommaso Perrone

Daniel Pizzini

Jasmine Powell

Promise Sharples

Ty Simenson

Laurel White

Oriah Pratt

Jessica Pyette

Vanessa Rasmussen

Victoria Rasmussen

Casandra Rennick

Kelli Reynolds

Kade Rismon


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Delainey Jaide Spicher

Quinn Allen Spinler

Kaylyne Faye Stockdill

Samuel Richard Ulmen

Whitney Molly Wendland

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HAVRE HIGH SCHOOL cont.

James William White

Sierra Justice Washington Yanny

Kiana Robertson

Kirby Sands

Rian Shanklin

Brian Smith

Garrett Smith

Joscelyn Smith

Mindy Smith-Langel

Samuel Smith

Marvin Spotted Bird

Alec St. Pierre

Amy Stevenson

Martha Stocker

Taylor Stokes

Jon Stoner

Kiana Stump

Tierra Sun Child

Kendall Swan

Boston Swensen

Kelly Teske

Mikayla Voeller

Christopher Vukasin

CHINOOK HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." –Eleanor Roosevelt Graduation Date.........Sunday, May 25th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Lloyd Bowen Gymnasium Speaker.........Kendall Harwood Class Colors........Black, Orange & Silver Class Flower.........Orange Alstromeria Lily

Not Pictured: Katherine Clark Robert Hutson Issac Nault Ruth Stocker

Lacey Waid Kaydance Benzing

Austin Chookomoolin

Austen Conner

Emily Dennis

Jake Diemert

Summer Edwards

Makhayla Farmer

Shelby Watson

Avery Wiese

Jacob Williams

Aubrea Worm

Tyler Zuidema


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BOX ELDER HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. It's not just in some of us; it is in everyone. As we let our own lights shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same." –Coach Carter Graduation Date.........Saturday, May 24th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Box Elder High School Gymnasium Valedictorian.......Slayte Duran Salutatorian.....Thomas Parisian Class Colors.....Blue, White & Gold Class Flower......White Rose

Alyssa Baker

Brandon Belgarde

Kristy Brown

Klay Duran

Slayte Duran

Jacinda Four Colors

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DODSON HIGH SCHOOL

WHITEWATER HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."Limits like fears, are often just an illusion." Graduation Date.........Friday, May 16th, 2014 at 6 p.m.

Class Motto........."Go into the world and do well.

at Dodson High School Speaker.........Mrs. Terri Cole Class Colors........Green & Gold Class Flower.........Yellow Rose

William Ketchum

Shayna Koop

Courtney Small

Shelby Small

Jesse Valdez

Christian LaMere

Tessa Meyers

Thomas Parisian

But more importantly, go into the world and do good." Graduation Date.........Friday, May 16th, 2014 at 7 p.m. at Whitewater High School Gymnasium Valedictorian.........Amelia Olivia Sanguins Speaker.........Mrs. Dixie Stordahl Class Colors........Pink & Silver Class Flower.........Orchid

Randall Gardipee

Anastasiya Ivanchenko, Raymond Caleb Harms, Beatriz Quintiliano, Henry Soria Ramirez, Amelia Olivia Sanguins

Nicholas Bear, Raven Bear, Jamie Jaynes, Hoot Kienenberger, Travis Scheffelmaer, Jesse Stephens

Ryan Gardipee

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NORTH STAR HIGH SCHOOL

Jordan Parker

Class Motto........."The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra." –Jimmy Johnson Graduation Date.........Saturday, May 24th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at North Star High School Gymnasium Co-Valedictorians.........Sarah Massar, Cooper Spicher, Quinn Spinler Speaker.........Garret Garrels Class Colors........Lime Green, Electric Blue & Bright Purple Class Flower.........Ranunculus

Bettie Renee Carlon

Kristyn Elizabeth Lavery

Chenoa Anne Lenhardt

Sarah Ann Massar

John Lloyd Meister III

Melissa Anne Pester

Cooper Nels Spicher


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BIG SANDY HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today." –James Dean Graduation Date.........Sunday, May 25th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Big Sandy High School Gymnasium Valedictorian.........Brooke Leader Salutatorian.........Molly Herron Class Colors........Rainbow Class Flower.........Gerber Daisy

Rose Victoria Johnston

Cody Ray Ramberg

Ryan Ernest Tempel

Casey Grant Kinyon

James Seth Renville

Wyatt Ethan Wickum

Klayton Kirby Lohr

Tamara Julianne Roos

Steven Joseph May

Miranda Nicole Spicher

Cadlyne Joy Miles

Susanne Tayler Stewart

Sion Lawrence Norick

Ryan David Stockhoff

Brianna Rose Overlie

Kylie Jean Cline McDermott

Shiloh Alena Denny

Sebastian Dumas

Adrian John Gasvoda

Shelby Lynn Gasvoda

Shanya Thomas Gilead

Kaylie Justyn Gilman

Jeremiah Robert Hanson

Colten Joseph Henderson

Molly Kay Herron

Brooke Danielle Leader

Michelle Alison Maxwell

Taylor Lee McDougle

Kiah Lynn Wilson

Timothy Joel Stokes

Robert Matthew Woods

Tanner Irvin Works

l Continued from page 9 dual high school and college credit, before college, through advanced placement (AP) courses. You can learn more about AP programs online. 2. Consider a community college. Average annual community college tuition and fees are less than half those at public four-year colleges and universities and one-tenth those at private four-year colleges and universities, according to a 2008 report from the National Center of Education Statistics. 3. Learn about college savings financial options. There are many different financial products to help save for college. Under certain circumstances, some colleges and universities lock in tuition for all four years. Even certain life insurance policies offer cash savings options to help pay for expenses such as college tuition, weddings, or starting up a business. Look for permanent or whole life policies with

cash value accumulation options. 4. Research scholarships early. Scholarships are available for traditional and non-traditional students, but don't wait until senior year to research. Some require organizational membership, volunteer hours, or criteria that may take time for the student to be eligible. "Royal Neighbors of America believes that every woman and her family should be financially secure and that education is the key to a brighter future," said Tidwell. "Don't be discouraged by rising college costs. There are ways to save if you plan ahead." To learn more about scholarships and other member programs available through Royal Neighbors of America, log on to www.royalneighbors.org or call (800) 627-4762.

Reduce College Debt

Four ways to reduce college costs in high school (Family Features) College is a significant investment and how to pay for it can be a major source of concern for parents and students. However, there are ways to reduce the amount of debt you take on when preparing for higher education. Outstanding student loan debt has now reached $1.2 trillion, according to 2013 estimates from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Yet there are ways to help reduce the amount a family or student has to borrow to fund a college education, if

families start early. "It's never too late for families of college-bound students to reduce costs, if they consider options well before senior year," said Cynthia Tidwell, CEO and president of Royal Neighbors of America, one of the first women-led life insurers in the U.S. Royal Neighbors has also awarded more than $4 million in college scholarships since 1962. "The key is to think creatively - whether it's earning college credits in high school, using financial tools that al-

low for cash savings, or researching scholarship options - don't mortgage your own financial future or saddle your child with debt that could keep her or him from reaching their dreams," Tidwell added.

Four Ways to Reduce College Costs

1. Earn college credit in high school. Many high schools offer students the opportunity to earn

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ROCKY BOY HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."Do not go where the path leads. Rather, go where there is no path and leave a trail." Graduation Date.........Thursday, May 22nd, 2014 at 6 p.m. at Rocky Boy High School Gymnasium Valedictorian.........Codi Neville Parker Salutatorian.........Shania Jade Parker Speaker.........Ms. Linda Engebretson Class Colors........Maroon, Gold & White Class Flower.........White Rose

Teshia Dawn Big Knife

Jaelynn Marie Chief Goes Out

Cherise Nicole DayChild

JoDee Rae Demontiney

Payge Gardipee

Ashley Megan Henderson

Eric Thane Houle

Jessi Paula Shayne Mitchell

Ashley Rae-Ann Oats

Codi Neville Parker

Desmond Robert Parker

Shania Jade Parker

Ayanna Marae Plascencia

Kylee Rae Raining Bird

Chanal Dei Standing Rock

Chenaya Plume Standing Rock

Dante Walker Standing Rock

Sarain John Young Bear

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CHESTER-JOPLIN-INVERNESS HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."You can't be paralyzed by fear of failure or you will never push yourself.

You keep pushing because you believe in yourself and in your vision." –Arnold Schwarzenegger Graduation Date.........Sunday, May 18th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Chester-Joplin-Inverness School Auditorium Valedictorian.........Dell Andrew Harmon Salutatorian.........Klayton Kirby Lohr Speaker.........Mrs. Maureen Wicks Class Colors........Columbia Blue and Gold Class Flower.........Calla Lily

Reid Kenneth Broadhurst

Lincoln Stewart Erickson

Michael Andrew Fauerbach

Jack Errol Fritz

Denerey Kimberly Haaland

Dell Andrew Harmon

Haley Margaret Harmon


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ROCKY BOY HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."Do not go where the path leads. Rather, go where there is no path and leave a trail." Graduation Date.........Thursday, May 22nd, 2014 at 6 p.m. at Rocky Boy High School Gymnasium Valedictorian.........Codi Neville Parker Salutatorian.........Shania Jade Parker Speaker.........Ms. Linda Engebretson Class Colors........Maroon, Gold & White Class Flower.........White Rose

Teshia Dawn Big Knife

Jaelynn Marie Chief Goes Out

Cherise Nicole DayChild

JoDee Rae Demontiney

Payge Gardipee

Ashley Megan Henderson

Eric Thane Houle

Jessi Paula Shayne Mitchell

Ashley Rae-Ann Oats

Codi Neville Parker

Desmond Robert Parker

Shania Jade Parker

Ayanna Marae Plascencia

Kylee Rae Raining Bird

Chanal Dei Standing Rock

Chenaya Plume Standing Rock

Dante Walker Standing Rock

Sarain John Young Bear

Martin Zarco

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CHESTER-JOPLIN-INVERNESS HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."You can't be paralyzed by fear of failure or you will never push yourself.

You keep pushing because you believe in yourself and in your vision." –Arnold Schwarzenegger Graduation Date.........Sunday, May 18th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Chester-Joplin-Inverness School Auditorium Valedictorian.........Dell Andrew Harmon Salutatorian.........Klayton Kirby Lohr Speaker.........Mrs. Maureen Wicks Class Colors........Columbia Blue and Gold Class Flower.........Calla Lily

Reid Kenneth Broadhurst

Lincoln Stewart Erickson

Michael Andrew Fauerbach

Jack Errol Fritz

Denerey Kimberly Haaland

Dell Andrew Harmon

Haley Margaret Harmon


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BIG SANDY HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today." –James Dean Graduation Date.........Sunday, May 25th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Big Sandy High School Gymnasium Valedictorian.........Brooke Leader Salutatorian.........Molly Herron Class Colors........Rainbow Class Flower.........Gerber Daisy

Rose Victoria Johnston

Cody Ray Ramberg

Ryan Ernest Tempel

Casey Grant Kinyon

James Seth Renville

Wyatt Ethan Wickum

Klayton Kirby Lohr

Tamara Julianne Roos

Steven Joseph May

Miranda Nicole Spicher

Cadlyne Joy Miles

Susanne Tayler Stewart

Sion Lawrence Norick

Ryan David Stockhoff

Brianna Rose Overlie

Kylie Jean Cline McDermott

Shiloh Alena Denny

Sebastian Dumas

Adrian John Gasvoda

Shelby Lynn Gasvoda

Shanya Thomas Gilead

Kaylie Justyn Gilman

Jeremiah Robert Hanson

Colten Joseph Henderson

Molly Kay Herron

Brooke Danielle Leader

Michelle Alison Maxwell

Taylor Lee McDougle

Kiah Lynn Wilson

Timothy Joel Stokes

Robert Matthew Woods

Tanner Irvin Works

l Continued from page 9 dual high school and college credit, before college, through advanced placement (AP) courses. You can learn more about AP programs online. 2. Consider a community college. Average annual community college tuition and fees are less than half those at public four-year colleges and universities and one-tenth those at private four-year colleges and universities, according to a 2008 report from the National Center of Education Statistics. 3. Learn about college savings financial options. There are many different financial products to help save for college. Under certain circumstances, some colleges and universities lock in tuition for all four years. Even certain life insurance policies offer cash savings options to help pay for expenses such as college tuition, weddings, or starting up a business. Look for permanent or whole life policies with

cash value accumulation options. 4. Research scholarships early. Scholarships are available for traditional and non-traditional students, but don't wait until senior year to research. Some require organizational membership, volunteer hours, or criteria that may take time for the student to be eligible. "Royal Neighbors of America believes that every woman and her family should be financially secure and that education is the key to a brighter future," said Tidwell. "Don't be discouraged by rising college costs. There are ways to save if you plan ahead." To learn more about scholarships and other member programs available through Royal Neighbors of America, log on to www.royalneighbors.org or call (800) 627-4762.

Reduce College Debt

Four ways to reduce college costs in high school (Family Features) College is a significant investment and how to pay for it can be a major source of concern for parents and students. However, there are ways to reduce the amount of debt you take on when preparing for higher education. Outstanding student loan debt has now reached $1.2 trillion, according to 2013 estimates from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Yet there are ways to help reduce the amount a family or student has to borrow to fund a college education, if

families start early. "It's never too late for families of college-bound students to reduce costs, if they consider options well before senior year," said Cynthia Tidwell, CEO and president of Royal Neighbors of America, one of the first women-led life insurers in the U.S. Royal Neighbors has also awarded more than $4 million in college scholarships since 1962. "The key is to think creatively - whether it's earning college credits in high school, using financial tools that al-

low for cash savings, or researching scholarship options - don't mortgage your own financial future or saddle your child with debt that could keep her or him from reaching their dreams," Tidwell added.

Four Ways to Reduce College Costs

1. Earn college credit in high school. Many high schools offer students the opportunity to earn

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BOX ELDER HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. It's not just in some of us; it is in everyone. As we let our own lights shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same." –Coach Carter Graduation Date.........Saturday, May 24th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Box Elder High School Gymnasium Valedictorian.......Slayte Duran Salutatorian.....Thomas Parisian Class Colors.....Blue, White & Gold Class Flower......White Rose

Alyssa Baker

Brandon Belgarde

Kristy Brown

Klay Duran

Slayte Duran

Jacinda Four Colors

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WHITEWATER HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."Limits like fears, are often just an illusion." Graduation Date.........Friday, May 16th, 2014 at 6 p.m.

Class Motto........."Go into the world and do well.

at Dodson High School Speaker.........Mrs. Terri Cole Class Colors........Green & Gold Class Flower.........Yellow Rose

William Ketchum

Shayna Koop

Courtney Small

Shelby Small

Jesse Valdez

Christian LaMere

Tessa Meyers

Thomas Parisian

But more importantly, go into the world and do good." Graduation Date.........Friday, May 16th, 2014 at 7 p.m. at Whitewater High School Gymnasium Valedictorian.........Amelia Olivia Sanguins Speaker.........Mrs. Dixie Stordahl Class Colors........Pink & Silver Class Flower.........Orchid

Randall Gardipee

Anastasiya Ivanchenko, Raymond Caleb Harms, Beatriz Quintiliano, Henry Soria Ramirez, Amelia Olivia Sanguins

Nicholas Bear, Raven Bear, Jamie Jaynes, Hoot Kienenberger, Travis Scheffelmaer, Jesse Stephens

Ryan Gardipee

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NORTH STAR HIGH SCHOOL

Jordan Parker

Class Motto........."The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra." –Jimmy Johnson Graduation Date.........Saturday, May 24th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at North Star High School Gymnasium Co-Valedictorians.........Sarah Massar, Cooper Spicher, Quinn Spinler Speaker.........Garret Garrels Class Colors........Lime Green, Electric Blue & Bright Purple Class Flower.........Ranunculus

Bettie Renee Carlon

Kristyn Elizabeth Lavery

Chenoa Anne Lenhardt

Sarah Ann Massar

John Lloyd Meister III

Melissa Anne Pester

Cooper Nels Spicher


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Quinn Allen Spinler

Kaylyne Faye Stockdill

Samuel Richard Ulmen

Whitney Molly Wendland

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James William White

Sierra Justice Washington Yanny

Kiana Robertson

Kirby Sands

Rian Shanklin

Brian Smith

Garrett Smith

Joscelyn Smith

Mindy Smith-Langel

Samuel Smith

Marvin Spotted Bird

Alec St. Pierre

Amy Stevenson

Martha Stocker

Taylor Stokes

Jon Stoner

Kiana Stump

Tierra Sun Child

Kendall Swan

Boston Swensen

Kelly Teske

Mikayla Voeller

Christopher Vukasin

CHINOOK HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." –Eleanor Roosevelt Graduation Date.........Sunday, May 25th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Lloyd Bowen Gymnasium Speaker.........Kendall Harwood Class Colors........Black, Orange & Silver Class Flower.........Orange Alstromeria Lily

Not Pictured: Katherine Clark Robert Hutson Issac Nault Ruth Stocker

Lacey Waid Kaydance Benzing

Austin Chookomoolin

Austen Conner

Emily Dennis

Jake Diemert

Summer Edwards

Makhayla Farmer

Shelby Watson

Avery Wiese

Jacob Williams

Aubrea Worm

Tyler Zuidema


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Tristan Manuel

Jade Marden

Hannah Martin

Travis McConnell

Julie McKinney

Somer Messerly

Justin Miller

Tanner Gomke

Scott Hamilton

Talya Johnson

Jacob MacLean

Stacie Miller

Zach Molyneaux

Brandon Murnion

Lauren Miller

Aitana Moore

Cameron Morelli

Danielle Murphy

Kody Nystrom

Spencer Obresley

Dustin Odegard

Ashton Niederegger

Laura Nussbaum

Brittany Pelesky

Kayceen Pursley

Paige Raty

Tracey Reed

Tavin Schneider

Haley Ohm

Allisa Olson

Bethany Ordiniza

Karina Partida

Tommaso Perrone

Daniel Pizzini

Jasmine Powell

Promise Sharples

Ty Simenson

Laurel White

Oriah Pratt

Jessica Pyette

Vanessa Rasmussen

Victoria Rasmussen

Casandra Rennick

Kelli Reynolds

Kade Rismon


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HARLEM HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."Your life lies out before you like a field of unbroken snow,

be careful how you tread it for every track will show." –Unknown Graduation Date.........Sunday, May 18th, 2014 at 1 p.m. at Harlem High School Gymnasium Co-Valedictorians.........Seth Adams & Trent Noel Salutatorian.........Carrigan Jones Speaker.........Terry Brockie Class Colors........Maroon & Black Class Flower.........White Rose with Maroon Tip

Seth Daniel Adams

Trevin Cole Fox

Delane Nyles Alexander

Anthony Chase Gray

JayLynne Brooke Allen

Matice David Hawley

Craig Stevens Azure

Kelsey Ann Horn

Janeese Sylver Brisbo

Vanessa Mae Horn

Isaiah Thomas Doney

Stanley Irvine

Tyler Harrison

Zachary Hellegaard

Shannon Herring

Natalie Hill

Nicholas Howell

Sydne Huston

Morgan Jappe

Russell Jensen

Kane Johnson

Kylee Kaul

Natalen Kinsella

Kali Kirkegard

Carlee Klimas

Jayson Kohler

Brandy Lambourne

Kade Lanier

Dane Linquist

Mildred Loftus

Kyle Lucke

Megan Malone

Ned Malone

Monique Alexis Doney

Aryn Grace Jake


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Sean Dugdale

Kyle Duitsman

James Eastlick

Conrad Eckhardt

Dakota Edmonds

Mackenzy Edmonds

Brandi Erickson

Diandra Mary Johnson

Carrigan MaryCathryn Jones

Teague Matthew Jones

Latrell Bo Kirkaldie

Emma Kelli Rose Lamebull

Isaiah Anthony Lawrence

Zachariah J. Maratita

Delanie Faber

Jonathan Faber

Peyton Filius

Jacinta Finneman

Zeena Fox

Ashley Frazier

Danielle Friede

Cecelia Theresa Moore

Sebrina Alexandria Morin

Trent Alan Noel

Kasey Hope Ramone

Marian Stella Sears

Shay Aaron Snider

Jordan Dale Snow

Nikki Gabrielsen

Selena Keller Gibbs

Alexander Graham

Haley Graham

Thomas Gruber

Peter Hansen

Jack Hanson

Sarah Speakthunder

Cory Lee Stiffarm

Eduardo Steven Velazquez

Colette Jayde Werk

Jaycee Lynn Werk


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HAYS LODGE POLE HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."The past is my heritage; the present my responsibility; the future my challenge." Graduation Date.........Saturday, May 17th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Hays Lodge Pole School Valedictorian.........Dane Snow Salutatorian.........Nathan Doney Speaker.........Kenneth "Tuffy" Helgeson Class Colors........Purple & Gold Class Flower.........White Rose with Purple Tip

Chanise Cochran

Andrew Cole

Bruce Denny

Nathan Doney

Tevin Horn

Kelsey Hughes

Not Pictured: Chasanna Doney Dane Snow

Katie Beck

Kayla Berg

Travis Berger

Justin Bickford

China Bohn

Alicia Borst

Lynnea Bosch

Darlena Bradley

Ellery Bresler

Shelbi Brough

Trey Brown

Alexander Brurud

Raymond Campbell

Houston Capellen

Megan Cline

Jodene Crowder

Matthew Curtis

DevinJo Disalvo

Amanda Dolph

Breck Don

Judi-Ann Doney

Darrin Longfox

Thomas Molina

TURNER HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."I'm an idealist. I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way." –Carl Sandberg Graduation Date.........Saturday, May 17th, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Turner High School Gymnasium Valedictorian.........Lyndsay Kate Hutton Salutatorian.........Kurtis Dylan Welsh Speaker.........T.J. Casey Class Colors........Black, White & Yellow Class Flower.........Tulips

Lyndsay Kate Hutton

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Graduation Ceremonies

Friday, May 16, 2014

Thursday, May 22, 2014

6:00 p.m.– Dodson High School Gymnasium

6:00 p.m.– Rocky Boy High School Gymnasium

Friday, May 16, 2014

Saturday, May 24, 2014

7:00 p.m.– Whitewater High School Gymnasium

2:00 p.m.– Box Elder High School Gymnasium

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Saturday, May 24, 2014

2:00 p.m.– Hays Lodge Pole High School

2:00 p.m.– North Star High School - Rudyard, MT

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Saturday, May 17, 2014

2:00 p.m.– Big Sandy High School Gymnasium

2:00 p.m.– Turner High School Gymnasium

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Sunday, May 18, 2014

2:00 p.m.– Lloyd Bowen Gymnasium - Chinook, MT

1:00 p.m.– Harlem High School Gymnasium

Sunday, May 18, 2014

2:00 p.m.– Chester-Joplin-Inverness Auditorium

Sunday, May 25, 2014

4:00 p.m.– Havre High School Gymnasium

HAVRE HIGH SCHOOL

Class Motto........."What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny compared to what lives within us." Graduation Date.........Sunday, May 25th, 2014 at 4 p.m. at Havre High School Gymnasium Baccalaureate......... Sunday, May 18, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Havre High School Auditorium Speaker.........Jay Pyette Class Colors........Royal Blue & White Class Flower.........Chrysanthemum

Tyler Adams

Glenn Albright

Michael Antley

Dustin Armstrong

William Arocha

Brendan Bachmeier

McKenna Barkus

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Tips for female graduates on how to lean in to your career (BPT) - More females are graduating from college than ever before, but does gender still play a role in career success? Does the so-called glass ceiling still exist? The truth is females face unique considerations when it comes to growing and navigating a career. Rachel Thomas, president of LeanIn.Org, still remembers her first negotiation. Heart pounding and palms sweaty, she sat across the table from her boss-to-be armed with tips from her dad and a nervous smile. She ended up with a salary increase so modest, she says, "I could barely afford an extra tank of gas each pay cycle." Many negotiations and years later, it finally dawned on Thomas that her dad gave her bad advice. It turns out that what works for men in the workplace often doesn't work for women. It's critical that young women learn how to manage their careers as women. Yet they often don't have access to the right information. For example, search for "negotiation" in the books category on Amazon, and you'll find nine out of the top 10 books were written by men. (A co-ed writing team penned the 10th.) Yet seemingly small missed opportunities can significantly impact a woman's bank account and career trajectory. Women are four times less likely to negotiate than men. Now consider the difference between a woman who accepts a $25,000 starting salary and a man who negotiates for $5,000 more: when they're 60, the man will have made $361,171 more in salary. And it's not just about money - according to one recent study, employees who negotiate are promoted 17 months earlier than those who don't. "Lean In for Graduates," the new edition of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's best-selling book "Lean In," offers recent graduates practical advice for choosing a path, finding a job, negotiating a first salary, and positioning themselves for success at work - all through the lens of gender. Here are three tips taken from the book that all graduates, especially women, should know as they transition from school to the workplace:

Adopt the mantra "Proceed and be bold" Being bold is especially important for women because they often fear putting themselves out there. "Men will apply for jobs if they think they meet just 60 percent of the job requirements, while women will apply only if they think they meet all of them," says Thomas. Now who's got a better chance of getting that job - the man who applies for it or the woman who doesn't? Adopt the same principle for opportunities at work. Let your manager know you're interested in stretch assignments and keep your eyes open for projects that will allow you to make your mark. Shift from thinking "I'm not ready to do that" to thinking "I want to do that - and I'll learn by doing it."

Negotiate wisely

"You won't get what you don't ask for, so make it a rule to negotiate," says Thomas. "But before you do, understand how stereotypes impact negotiations." Research shows that we expect men to be assertive and look out for themselves, so there's little downside when they advocate on their own behalf. In contrast, we expect women to be communal and collaborative, so when they advocate for themselves, we often react unfavorably. One strategy to combat this, says Thomas, is to use communal language. As she explains, "women get better results when they emphasize a concern for organizational relationships." For example, you might say, "If I join the team, I will do my best to contribute to its success. It's important that my salary reflects the education and skills that will enable me to do this."

Sit at the table It can be hard to feel confident when you're just starting your career - and research shows it's even harder for women. Women tend to underestimate their performance, while men tend to overestimate theirs. "It's difficult to change the way you feel, but you can change the way you think and act," explains Thomas. When you walk into a meeting feeling insecure, remind yourself that you've earned your position. Then take a seat at the table, raise your hand, and surprise yourself. "When you push past your insecurities and go for it, you gain more confidence, which leads to more opportunities," says Thomas. The common thread in all of these tips is, Go for it! When you see an opportunity, imagine what success looks like for you and lean in to it. For more career tips for graduates, visit leanin.org/grads.


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