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WHAT'S INSIDE West Sound Education Consortium Do You Know About Tech Prep?...........................................2 Consortium Defined................................................................3 High School & Beyond Planning...........................................3 Tech Prep Saves Parents’ Money............................................9

Bainbridge School District Bainbridge Island School District Career Experience Programs.................................................5 Human Body Systems Now at Bainbridge High School...6

Bremerton School District Bremerton Middle School Students Are Learning Career Skills through Sustainable Architecture...............................7 Bremerton Fire Department Partners with Bremerton High School’s Health Classes..................................................8 Microsoft “TEALS” Program Partners with Bremerton High School...............................................................................9 STEM Knights Experience Army Tech..............................15 Jobs for America’s Graduates National Student Leadership Academy..............................19 Bremerton School District Students at Mountain View Middle School: Learning to be Medical Detectives!........22

Central Kitsap School District Central Kitsap High School Students Attend the Area 7 DECA Competition...............................10

North Kitsap School District Shout Out to AWESOME Kingston Middle School CTE Students...............................................10

South Kitsap School District New AP Computer Science Principles Class at South Kitsap High School.................................................................11 “There be Drones Here!!!”....................................................14 The WOLF BATTALION - A Banner Year in 2016..........16 South Kitsap High School Students Elected to FCCLA State Office.............................................18 SKTV on Cable and On-Line...............................................21

West Sound Tech Choose Your Own Adventure!.............................................11 The World of Collision Repair Technology.......................12 West Sound Tech Students Give Back to Both the Local and Global Community.............................20 Explore Your Future Event ...................................................22

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Student Clubs at Olympic College— Go High-Tech or Old School!.................................................4 Career and Technical Education Teaching Certification Program Offered at Olympic College....................................4 Career Pathways Help Students Map Out Their Future....5 Olympic College Has a Film School? Tell Me More…...21


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Do You Know About Tech Prep? Tech Prep is an opportunity for students, in grades 9 – 12, to earn free college credit while enrolled in their Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes. When CTE courses at the high school are aligned with similar college courses, and faculty agree that the core competencies match, an articulation agreement is signed. Students who take these articulated CTE courses can choose to register for Tech Prep credit. As they complete the class and earn a “B” or better, they will receive credits for the equivalent college course. This offers multiple benefits to the student.

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Tech Prep is beneficial to all students, including the students that may not be planning on college, and/or might even be in danger of dropping out. Tech Prep CTE specifically has the advantage of offering a “hands-on” educational approach in lieu of more traditional methods of teaching and learning. By connecting the working world with the learning experience, students can better visualize the value of the course content for future use. Individual interests and abilities are used to help

identify appropriate career pathways. This, in turn, increases career and occupational awareness and readiness, prior to the student leaving the K-12 system. Aside from gaining occupational skills and related work experience, students may be able to earn industry certifications and choose to enter the workforce directly after school. Prior college credit can equate to higher pay for competitive employment or a promotion if a career pathway includes the military. Or, students may decide to continue their education. The college credits they earn through Tech Prep can be applied to future certificates or degrees, either at the community college or university settings, enabling the student to enter more smoothly into post-secondary education. Because they earn the credits, students are less likely to participate in duplicative (and more costly!) coursework. Interested in Tech Prep? Check out the Washington State Tech Prep website at sers.techprepwa.org and search for your school’s Tech Prep class offerings.

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West Sound Education Consortium: A regional partnership of education and business The West Sound Education Consortium’s professionaltechnical education initiative is an approach to learning that acknowledges that students learn best when they learn by doing. Whether students are planning to attend college, get post-secondary training or enter the workplace after high school, professional-technical education teaches strategies

and activities that promote high academic performance and practical learning. Through various district level programs, the West Sound Education Consortium exposes students to a wide range of academic and career areas. At the core of professional-technical education are rigor-

ous academics, career awareness and exploration, workbased learning and post-secondary education options. Students are exposed to real-world situations, while building strong reading, writing, math and problem solving skills. We prepare students in the West Sound region for the future by providing them with the tools, skills and education they need to succeed.

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Superintendent 8489 Madison Ave. NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 Phone: 206-842-4714 CTE Director 9330 NE High School Rd., Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 206-780-0433 FAX: 206-780-1260 www.bisd303.org

NORTH KITSAP SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Superintendent 18360 Caldart Ave NE, Poulsbo, WA 98370 360-396-3001 CTE Director 18360 Caldart Ave NE, Poulsbo, WA 98370 360-396-3040 www.nkschools.org

SHELTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Superintendent 700 S. First St., Shelton, WA 98584 360-426-1687 CTE Director 3737 N. Shelton Springs Rd., Shelton, WA 98584 Phone: 360-426-4471 www.sheltonschools.org

BREMERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Superintendent 134 Marion Avenue N, Bremerton, WA 98312 360-473-1000 CTE Director 134 Marion Avenue N, Bremerton, WA 98312 360-473-1018 www.bremertonschools.org

NORTH MASON SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Superintendent 71 E Campus Dr., Belfair WA, 98528 Phone: 360-277-2300 CTE Director 22900 NE State Route 3, Belfair, WA 98528 360-277-2294 www.nmsd.wednet.edu

SOUTH KITSAP SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Superintendent 2689 Hoover Ave. SE, Pt. Orchard, WA 98366 360-874-7000 CTE Director 2689 Hoover Ave. SE, Pt. Orchard, WA 98366 360-874-7053 www.skitsap.wednet.edu

CENTRAL KITSAP SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Superintendent Jenne-Wright Building 9210 Silverdale Way NW P. O. Box 8, Silverdale, WA 98383 360-662-1610 CTE Director Jenne-Wright Building 9210 Silverdale Way NW P. O. Box 8, Silverdale, WA 98383 360-662-1603 www.ckschools.org

OLYMPIC COLLEGE Office of the President Mailing Address for all campuses is: 1600 Chester Ave., Bremerton, WA 98337 360-792-6050 www.olympic.edu

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High School & Beyond Planning

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igh school students in the State of Washington have a unique opportunity to plan for their high school career and beyond. High schools in our state will be expected to engage students more in their learning, to connect learning to the real world, and require that each student have a plan for after graduation. This plan may include many options: four-year college, community college, technical college, specialty schools, apprenticeship programs, the military, or on-the-job training. To assist students to be responsible and engaged in their education, the 4 P’s have been established as a framework for addressing high school graduation requirements. This framework includes: a Plan, a Pathway/Program of Study, a Portfolio, and a Project/Presentation. This is designed to help students understand the “why” of their learning and how it will be applied in the future.

Plan

All students will have an individualized “high school and beyond” plan. Students must outline how they plan to meet their high school graduation requirements and how they will spend their first year out of high school. Creating a plan will help students start thinking about their futures and Arts & focus on the coursCommunication es they need, to best prepare them Business & for their career Marketing interests, no matter what direction Engineering & they plan to take. Technology The plan should be flexible with the Health & goal being to help Human Services students understand what they are Science & Natural learning, why they Resources are learning it, and

how they can use this learning in their future.

Pathway

A pathway is an organized sequence of classes, experiences, and community-based activities, supporting students in career exploration and educational preparation. This is flexible and may change as the student progresses through their high school experience.

(Note the symbol associated with each Pathway title)

Program of Study

A model sequence of courses that prepares a student for a career. Programs of Study help ensure that integration occurs between academic and occupational learning. • Transitions are established between secondary schools and post-secondary institutions • Students are prepared for employment in a broad career cluster • Students receive a skill credential

Course:

An instructional unit that includes a set of defined competencies, a syllabus or course outline and a measure of accountability, evaluation, or assessment. A course may be academic, exploratory, or preparatory.

Knowledge & Skills:

Specific work tasks performed on the job. They are related to the Industry Standards and/or the Essential Academic Learning Requirements.

Portfolio

A portfolio is a collection of student work documenting knowledge, skills, and experiences in and out of school. It documents pathway progress. The portfolio will enable a student to keep a record of their progress in these areas: • student as planner Continued on next page


4 2017 OPTIONS — It’s Your Future HIGH SCHOOL AND BEYOND Continued from page 3 • student as learner • student as individual • s tudent as worker (career development) Students who participate in a presentation of their portfolio will demonstrate how they have applied their skills and knowledge during their high school experience. They will also demonstrate self-advocacy skills and a connection between themselves and their community.

Project/Presentation

Students must design and complete a culminating project on a topic of their choice, and present their project to other students, teachers, parents, and/or community members. This requirement offers students an opportunity to apply their learning in a “real world” way. School districts can set parameters for how students accomplish these projects. For more information regarding Washington State High School graduation requirements: www.k12.wa.us/Graduation Requirements

Career and Technical Education Teaching Certification Program Offered at Olympic College By: Mo Anduiza Skilled technicians and professionals in business/industry along with currently certified teachers who want to add a Career and Technical Education (CTE) teaching endorsement to an existing certificate can now enroll in the Olympic College CTE Teacher Preparation Certification Program through the Workforce Development Department. The program is one of six approved programs by the Professional Education Standards Board (PESB) in the State of Washington. Candidates document 6000 paid hours of experience in the industry areas in which they would like to teach. The program offers flexibility with courses requiring minimal face-to-face contact as instruction is on-line or blended.

Prospective teachers can start any quarter. Experienced CTE administrators and instructors teach the clock-hour based program, which has no admission fee. Since the program started in 2013, over 100 teacher candidates have enrolled and nine teacher candidates have completed the program. If you would like more information about the program, contact Mourine (“Mo”) Anduiza at manduiza@olympic. edu or visit the Olympic College website at olympic.edu.

CTE Teacher certificate completers from left to right: Elaine Schick, John Thornton and Carolyn Roberts.

Student Clubs at Olympic College—Go High-Tech or Old School! By: Deborah Welsh If you enjoy high-speed chases, engineering challenges, high-tech design, or reaching out through the airwaves, Olympic College has a club for you. Olympic College students studying for high-tech industry careers have wide and varied interests! They design and build vehicles in the Electronics, Mini-Baja Buggy and UAV clubs and even operate radio stations! The Mini-Baja Club has been operating at OC for several years now. Students work together to enter an off-road vehicle in a Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) collegiate competition every year. The object of the competition is to build a Mini-Baja Buggy to race in an annual competition. Working as a team, the project provides student members with a challenge that involves the design, planning and manufacturing tasks used to manufacture any new product. It’s a great project for any job resumé! During the competition, teams compete to have their design accepted for manufacture by a fictitious firm. Students must function as a team to design, build, test, promote, and race a vehicle within the limits of the rules. There are multiple dynamic events, usually four per competition, as well as a single four-hour endurance race. The dynamic events include hill climbs, chain pulls, maneuverability events, rock crawls, and suspension and traction events. Previous year vehicle designs had to be able to float

and propel themselves on water under its own power! Of all the teams participating, Olympic College is the only two-year school to ever compete in the challenge. Any OC student is welcome to participate regardless of what program they are studying. OC members from Technical Design are responsible for regulation compliance and overall design, Welders construct the frame and Electronics students design and implement the electrical system and speedometer. Meanwhile, Composites students conduct the fabrication of the body, car seat and steering wheel while Machining students produce precision components and the suspension system. Assembly of the vehicle and delivery to the competition is a team effort. And if that wasn’t enough to get you interested in joining, you might want to consider the “other” Baja-Buggy club. Electronics students figured Olympic College needed an electric version of an “old-school” gasolinepowered ride. The electric version of the buggy will both expand and test the skills learned in class. They too, will function as a team and partner with other programs to develop the design and manufacture the body and engine. One of the newest clubs on campus is the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Club. Its members come from many of the same programs as the Mini-Baja Club, but their goal is to set a new Guinness World Record for air speed. The current world

Left to right: Hai Ta, Patrick Nofio, Eric Warner (behind the car), Jacob Tollefson (in car), Al Kitchens, Ron Raty, Guy Houser and Destiny Kelley

record was set in Germany at 462 miles per hour. (Check out the German “team to beat” on YouTube www.youtube.com/ watch?v=YVNIWuLs_7E) OC students come together from all over campus for this project as well—Technical Design for the airframe design, Composites students handle the fabrication of the wings and fuselage, Machining students build the turbine jet engine and Electronics students complete the control system. This plane will go so fast that manual controls can’t be used—it has to be programmed beforehand! But that’s not all that’s going on! Electronics students have been busy forming a second club with a different “vibe”.

With the help of their instructor, members have obtained a radio broadcast license for Olympic College and are constructing their own broadcasting equipment. Expect to hear them on the airwaves this coming year. Call Sign to be announced soon! All of the club’s faculty advisors are wellsuited to guide their students through the projects. Each one is fully supportive of the collaborative process utilized in the club’s projects. Students are allowed to integrate their club activities into their class assignments. To find out more, contact a faculty advisor on any of the program web pages for Electronics, Composites, Machining (search Manufacturing Technology), Welding or Technical Design at www.olympic.edu.


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Bainbridge Island School District Career Experience Programs Real-world career experience and exposure for high school students has been an area of increasing focus for Bainbridge Island School District over the past three years. With a combination of a Job Shadow day, “Career-In” program, class experiential learning rotations, and WorkBased Learning students have multiple avenues to get hands on experience in career fields of interest.

Bainbridge and Eagle Harbor High Schools have partnered with the local rotary club to run a “Career-In” internship program. Students can apply to participate in a 13 week unpaid internship with one of several local organizations that have volunteered to house a student from January to May on early release Mondays from 2:00-4:00. Students do rotations through several different departments allowing them exposure to all aspects of the organization or business. The competitive application requires students go through a realistic application process by submitting a resume to be selected for an interview with the organization. The Rotary Club partners with BISD’s WorkBased Learning Coordinator to seek out employers in fields that match student’s interests. The Work-Based Learning Coordinator promotes the internship opportunities, coordinates the student interviews, and helps prepare students for the application process. Students who are unable to commit to the 13 week program are able to participate in a single Job Shadow Day in the spring, where they can go experience a day in the life of a working professional in a career field of interest. Every student is invited to attend the

“Future Foot Prints” lunch speaker series. Each month features a different career field and a panel of industry professionals who speak about their experiences and give students the chance to participate in a question and answer session. Held in the Bainbridge High School library during lunches, the casual environment allows students to meet employees in different careers, hear how they got there and what their jobs are really like. The Work-Based Learning coordinator also assists with setting up experiential learning rotations for several of the high school’s programs such as Sports Medicine and Exploring Childhood. Small groups of students in the advanced courses are able rotate through job shadows arranged with professionals from local businesses over the course of a semester. For example, students from the Sports Medicine program are able to rotate through Shadowing Physical Therapists at local offices. The advanced Exploring Childhood students spend several weeks working with different preschools and child care centers in the surrounding area. Bainbridge has also hired a Career Specialist to work with students on career exploration and guidance. For those students that do not have a clear idea of what they would like to study or possible careers, they are exposed to career interest surveys and career research tools through a software called Career Cruising. They are also given a chance to explore different job opportunities within a particular subject matter of interest and the different levels of lateral growth available with varying education pursuits. They can then

Two students working on the board walk that was built during their Career-In experience at Fay Bainbridge Park under the direction of Fairbank Construction Company.

participate in one of the career exposure programs offered to determine if they really do enjoy that career path. By getting students out into the work environment, Bainbridge Island School District hopes to build a stronger connection between their current studies and the goals of their future. With this

connection, the hope is students will have a stronger sense of their direction and a better understanding of the pathways to find their passion and enjoy their profession of choice. It also helps to build motivation and a network of adults these students can access for resources and guidance as they move forward in their professional lives.

Career Pathways Help Students Map Out Their Future The Career Pathways project began in 2008 in Oregon and in 2009 Pierce County Careers Connection, Pierce College, and Oregon formed a partnership to bring the project to Washington and established the Washington Career Pathways. The purpose of a career pathway is to create a graphic display, or Roadmap, of a career pathway with links to resources and information to help students find the program of study that fits their interests and skills, meets their financial needs and

goals, and provides the best job prospects and future career advancement opportunities possible. The objective is to help ease the transition from the student’s starting point, such as high school, through their chosen professional-technical program and then on to a four-year degree or employment. The pathway pages are meant to be interactive so all students need to do is click on an icon and be redirected to the resources webpage, however we do offer pdf versions for those who wish to print

them. In addition, Olympic College has the Veterans Industry Education pathways, better known as VIE 25, for our veteran and active duty military students. The VIE 25 pathways connect service members with career credentials (training, certificates, licenses) during their last six months of military service so they qualify for in-demand jobs right away. The program is a unique collaboration between the Community and Technical College system, state agencies and the installation

commands of Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Naval Base Kitsap. They also link to veteran and military specific resources and show the military rankings that fit into each program. The Career Pathways are located on the Olympic College website and are a great tool to help students learn about options and opportunities to navigate their education and career plans. For more information, visit the Olympic College website at olympic.edu and search Career Pathways.


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Human Body Systems Now at Bainbridge High School Looking for an easy way to get involved in our shared community?

By: Thomas Allen, Bainbridge High School senior

which led scientists to the discovery that the brain controls personality. Our future plans for this unit include labs about the communication between neurons and a thorough investigation into the moment of death.

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As a student at Bainbridge High School, I have been interested in bioengineering for years. In 2013, my freshman year, I cofoundAnother illuminating, ongoing project we ed BHS’s Biomedical Engineering Club, and have been working on since the beginning over the past few years I have participated in of the semester is building a realistic smallmany interesting labs, including blood typscale replica of the human body from the ing, stent design, and an examination on theGetting started Getting started is as easy as 1-2-3-4! is aswilleasy asveins, 1-2-3-4 skeleton out. This model include effect of osteoporosis on bones, supplied by a nerves, muscles, and tissues. At this time, we delicious after school snack of fried chicken. 1. Visit the website 1. Visit theincluding website have finished the head, the oculus Because of my increasing interest in bioand the various sections of the brain, and 2. Look for needs nearby 2. Look for needs nearby medical engineering, I was incredibly excited will soon be expanding to other parts of the when I learned that Bainbridge High Schoolan body. 3. Find an opportunity that works for you & or your 3. Find opportunity that works for you & would be offering Career and Technical While the materialfamily provided by Project family Education Human Body Systems, a biomedLead the Way for this course is very intriguical science course, this year. After participat4. REGISTER! 4. REGISTER! ing, one of the most unique features of ing in the class for the past four months, I Human Body Systems is its integration with am even more excited to say that,(You thus far, (You can even indicate if you’d like to be contacted in the event canit evenBainbridge indicateHigh’ if you’d like to beHealth contacted in s HOSA (Future has definitely lived up to my expectations.of a disaster - just slide the button from off to o of a disaster - just slide the button from off to on) Professionals, formerly Health Occupations The class itself is based on a rigorous Students of America) team, a new club forProject Lead The Way curriculum and From animals to art, from children to elderly, and From animals to art, from children to elderl merly known as Biomedical Engineering includes six comprehensive units (identity, beaches to literacy, volunteerkitsap.org offers a variety beaches to literacy, volunteerkitsap.org Club. The curriculum of the class coin- offers communication, power, movement, proteccides perfectly with HOSA’ s ‘Biomedical of opportunities to give back to your community, learn of opportunities to give back to your commun tion, and homeostasis) introducing students Engineering’ division; this knowledge will new skills, and make a difference. new skills, and make a difference. to various body systems and placing stuallow students to participate in HOSA’s comdents in the role of biomedical professionals petition next spring at Gonzaga University. Conveniently track your hours and get an estimate on Conveniently track your hours and get an esti through a wide variety of labs and exploraFor me, equity the relationship betweenaccrued HOSA ov tions. how much sweat equity you have accrued over time. how much sweat you have and Human Body Systems offers a rare and This is a great resume builder and an even better This great resume andand an even b For example, in our first unit, I was givenis a valuable opportunity.builder After learning the opportunity to act as a forensic anthrocommunity builder. community builder. practicing biomedical science techniques pologist to help determine if DNA found at in class, I am given the ability to then dema crime scene matched the DNA of people onstrate those techniques in a competitive in the missing person’s database. To achieve setting, with my performance being conthis, my team and I used a technique called stantly evaluated. There are currently over 20 gel electrophoresis, which involved using a Bainbridge High School students signed up restriction enzyme to cut our DNA and then for the Biomedical Laboratory division of the using an electrical current and an agarose HOSA competition, and we all work togethsolution to measure how the cuts made by 4th Friday in June! 4th Friday in June! er in the classroom and in labs to ensure that the restriction enzyme measured in comwe will perform at our best next spring. parison to the DNASigning of thoseup on to thevolunteer missSigning up to volunteer for for Human Body Systems, Bainbridge High ing person’s database. This lab servedopens as a the 1st projects usually projects usually opens the 1st School’ s new biomedical science class, is a great introduction to illustrate the of extremely week May! week of May! fun, informative introduction to the field of broad field of biomedical science, by giving www.volunteerkitsap.org www.volunteerkitsap.org biomedical science. Students are introduced all the students in the class a chance to use to new concepts, and, through a variety of techniques and machines regularly utilized projects and labs, are given the opportuin the field. nity to apply them. However, this program Our second unit, which we are currently has not yet reached its full potential. In working on, is an exploration into the brain the future, the class will be extended into a and the role of neurons. So far in this unit, three-year program, with the current course 4th Friday in June! 4th Friday in June!our intriguing activities have ranged from being the first of three years, with the final making a model of a neuron to watching a year providing internship opportunities for Signing up to volunteer for Signing up to volunteer for documentary about Phineas Gage, a man biomedical science students. I will be graduprojects usually opens the 1st projects usually opens the who1st was impaled through the head with ating in 2017 to pursue a degree in biomediweek of May! week of May! a large iron rod and survived. Though, cal engineering, and though I wish I could miraculously, his physical functions were www.volunteerkitsap.org www.volunteerkitsap.org have complete the entire three-year curricunot hindered, his personality was drastically lum, I am happy for those who are able to different after the incident, an observation take advantage of this unique opportunity.

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Bremerton School District’s Middle School Students Are Learning Career Skills through Sustainable Architecture Students in the 7th and 8th grade Project Lead the Way Science class, used their knowledge of measurement and construction to build miniature sheds as a final project for Green Architecture. During Green Architecture, the students learned how to read a blueprint, put the correct pieces of wood together and how to nail, or in some cases, remove the nails a lot! They also learned how to use an architectural scale to make blueprints within a certain scale and they had to create diagrams of the classroom and of their own homes.

in building materials. The sheds were used for experiments about what insulation worked best and they had to make choices in determining what type of insulation they would want to use in their own homes. While waiting to build their part of the shed, the students had to build a small wall out of balsa wood and then hopefully match it up to another person’s wall. The students were very successful with their construction techniques.

Since the module is about green living, students practiced making wise choices Students constructing a small wall out of balsa wood.

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Bremerton Fire Department Partners with Bremerton High School’s Health Classes to Provide Valuable Life Skills Captain John Payne, of the Bremerton Fire Department, spent a week with students from Marty Neyman and Tori Fairweather’s Health classes teaching them important steps on how to perform CPR, use an AED, and attend to a person who is choking. This valuable opportunity allowed students to gain both theoretical and experiential knowledge of CPR by completing a week’s worth of study, written exam, and practical test. These are skills that will follow students throughout their lives and may help to save someone else’s life!

Captain John Payne, of the Bremerton Fire Department, teaching groups of Bremerton High School students how to perform CPR.

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Microsoft “TEALS” Program Partners with Bremerton High School to Bring AP Computer Science Principles to BHS Students Principles is being offered at Bremerton High School. The class is being taught by instructor Bryan Webb, after he received training from Code.org this past summer in Salt Lake City, Utah. Computer Science skills are in high demand and employers, as well as colleges throughout the world, are reporting a shortage of employees who have these skills. For the first time, BHS students will have an opportunity to receive AP credit for taking a computer science class. In the first year of its existence, AP Computer Science

As part of the initial launch for this class, BHS reached out to the Microsoft TEALS program (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools). The idea behind TEALS is to enlist the expertise and support of industry-trained experts who can assist the teachers and provide guidance and help to the students in the classroom. TEALS has been a valuable resource in

launching this class for the first time. TEALS trained two computer scientists to help assist/teach in Mr. Webb’s AP class. Students are learning how computing and technology can impact the world around us, how to apply the foundations of computer science to real-world problems, and they are able to pursue their own personal interests and creativity. The TEALS mentors are Rob Tornay from Intel and Tai Nguyen. Rob is a Platform Development Engineer at the Intel Corporation and Tai is a free-lance computer repairman. Their expertise has been

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New AP Computer Science Principles Class at South Kitsap High School By: Doss Bradford SKHS CTE Technology Teacher Students who are enrolled at South Kitsap High School are among the first in the nation to take the new AP Computer Science Principles class. The course has been in development since 2008 with the intention of creating leaders in computer science. The classes are focused on being enjoyable and engaging for those students who are traditionally underrepresented or have not taken prior courses in the computer science and technology fields. The introductory class introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and encourages them

to explore how technology can impact the world around them. By the time students complete the class they will have designed and programed applications on Android Mobile devices that address real world needs. They will also have discussed and researched technology issues that are only just being identified in our society, and have a deeper understanding of how the everyday technology that surrounds us works. AP Computer Science Principles prepares students for a future in computer science, one of the fastest growing and most sought after careers by employers. It focuses on seven key computer concepts that will provide students the skills they need to stay competitive in a technology-focused world.

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cess of lean management in his classroom, using the principles of 5S: sort, set in order, shine, standardize, and sustain. 5S is a common practice in his room, decreasing safety issues, increasing productivity, and increasing student knowledge and skill in lean management practices. Students can now talk the safety talk common in industry and understand how that is applied in the workplace.

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“There be Drones Here!!!” By: Myrl Williamson SKHS Robotics Instructor

The machines of yesterday have evolved into a complex robotics system that is able to handle the tough terrain of reality. For years, robotics and autonomous machines have been kept inside controlled environmental situations, but today a new line of robotics is ready to face the challenge. South Kitsap High School has introduced a new robotics program that is proving to be both fun and exciting. This is a great way for the students to better understand how these workhorses of industry function by using RC vehicle and flight drone platforms that are sweeping the nation and the world by storm. Students in the class explore the various drive and control systems that make up the functionality of their RC ‘chassis’, and expand their capabilities with logic sensors and direct computer programming, to enable “fully, independent operation”. Our class series is very interesting for the novice computer programmer and that “hands-on” student but there’s something as well for the more advanced users. The “Mechatronics Foundations” class works with an extremely modular building system to design and build various 4X4 man-

ually-operated vehicles, then advancing on into basic semi-autonomous remotelycontrolled functions.

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STEM Knights Experience Army Tech United States Army Interactive STEM trailer made a stop at Bremerton High School allowing students in science, engineering, aviation and JWG (Jobs for Washington Grads) the opportunity to work with military grade robotics and drones, as well as discuss careers within the military. The United States Army Recruiting Office in Silverdale sponsored the project. The truck is one of eleven that travel around the United States stopping at area

high schools to promote STEM education. Each trailer is unique and they feature soldiers that specialize in the particular equipment. Over 150 BHS students participated in the event and were highly engaged in the robotic obstacle course where they had to maneuver the robot using just the video screens to retrieve a lanyard or a bracelet from the end of the course. The presenter shared that each robot cost just under $200,000.

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THE WOLF BATTALION - A BANNER YEAR IN 2016 By: Harold Vickers SKHS NJROTC Instructor The NJROTC program was established by Public Law in 1964. The program is conducted at accredited secondary schools throughout the nation, and taught by instructors who are retired Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard officers and enlisted personnel. The NJROTC accredited curriculum emphasizes citizenship and leadership development, as well as our maritime heritage, the significance of sea power, and naval topics such as the fundamentals of naval operations, seamanship, navigation and meteorology. Classroom instruction is augmented throughout the year by extra-curricular activities of community service, academic, athletic, drill and orienteering competitions, field meets, flights, visits to naval or other activities, marksmanship sports training, and physical fitness training. Electronic classroom equipment, textbooks, uniforms, educational training aids, travel allowance, and a cost-share of instructors’ salaries are provided by the Navy. What does the NJROTC program do? (Back row) Quinn Dewey, Gabriel Johnson, Seth Gunewardena, Benjamin Weller, Cody Dimond, Sam Hubbs, Josh Sewell, Faith Schintz, Tyler Poland, Mitchell Olsen, Dylan Miller, Zachary Bryant, Darby Thompson, Harold Vickers III, Michael Fleagle, Maclain Schapler Kneeling: Hope Schintz, Lindy White, Christopher Lackey, Aiden Crawford, Katelyn Harmon Commanding Officer: Cadet Commander Anastasia Zunk Executive Officer: Cadet Lt. Commander Lindsay McIntosh Command Master Chief: Cadet Master Chief Quinn Dewey

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South Kitsap High School Students Elected to FCCLA State Office

By: Janis Hewitt SKHS FCCLA Advisor/FACSE Teacher

One of South Kitsap High School’s Career and Technical Student Organizations, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), has been very active the past nine months! In March, two students ran for state office and were elected to be in charge of our region for the 2016-2017 school year. Austin Gese earned the position of State Vice President of Competitive Events and Hannah Petersen received the position of Vice President of Region 1, which encompasses junior highs and high schools on the Kitsap Peninsula. Both students have been very involved in our FCCLA program since they were sophomores. They were chapter officers as Juniors so it was a natural progres-

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Austin Gese, State Vice President of Competitive Events and Hannah Petersen, Vice President of Region 1

Hannah and Austin attended even more training in November in Yakima, Washington. Austin has been helping all of the regions in the state get ready for STAR (Student Taking Action with Recognition) Events competitions, which are held in January. Region 1 will hold their competition on January 12th with a few competitors themselves. They hope that their students will earn gold and move on to compete at the state level in March. At the state convention in Kennewick, Washington, March 6th-8th, Austin’s and Hannah’s year of leadership will be brought to an end. However, they have and will continue to help plan for the state convention, and with the other state officers, will run the state convention. South Kitsap has been very fortunate to have such strong leaders to help guide the advisors through this process! We are looking forward to the next few months as Austin and Hannah continue to lead our region and help continue to build stronger FCCLA chapters and programs.

Jobs for America’s Graduates National Student Leadership Academy Four Bremerton High School students had the opportunity to participate in the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) National Leadership Academy held in Washington, D.C. on November 9 – 13. This year’s largest ever National Student Leadership Academy (NSLA) brought together over 800 JAG students to participate in competitions, leadership workshops, and learning about other students from all over the U.S. They enjoyed an awards luncheon at the elegant and historical Omni Shoreham hotel where several state governors and representatives presented. They experienced the amazing sites and memorials throughout D.C. and had the opportunity to tour several of the Smithsonian

Museums. This was also a great opportunity to learn a variety of life skills. From navigating an airport, figuring out how to get a pass for the metro, and learning which fork to use and when, the students gained valuable skills, which they can use as adults. Bremerton School District’s Director of Career & Technical and STEM Education, Ms. Linda Hupka, was thankful to be able to offer this opportunity to our JAG students, after receiving an OSPI JAG grant. It can be a life changing event for students as they travel outside of their comfort zone, meet hundreds of new people, and experience the history of our nation’s capital.

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West Sound Tech Students Give Back to Both the Local and Global Community

WST students drop off the toys they collected for Toys 4 Tots at the Kitsap Pavilion President’s Hall.

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WST students heading to the Dominican Republic during their spring break.

West Sound Tech students and staff believe it is important to give back to both our local and global communities. Each year WST students engage in a variety of community service and service learning opportunities. This year, West Sound Tech students are not only participating in traditional methods of giving back, but are also engaging in a global service learning project this year. JWG (Jobs for Washington Graduates) students set up the annual West Sound Tech Toys for Tots Drive, encouraging all WST students to donate to support local children during the holidays. Students set a goal of collecting 200 toys for the drive and began the drive the first of December. During the two-week toy drive, students, staff, and the community donated more than 289 toys, almost 100 more toys than the initial goal! JAG students took the donated toys to the Kitsap Pavilion Presidents Hall, the main collection location for Toys for Tots in the Kitsap area. West Sound Tech students from Collision Repair Technology, Construction Careers, and Welding offered to donate food resources to a local food bank, supporting those most in need. These items were donated on December 16 to the food bank. A more

formal food drive is planned for January, where all program students are encouraged to participate and support the local community. To learn more about the upcoming food drive, please contact Nora Zollweg, at nora.zollweg@westsoundtech.org. Six students from West Sound Tech are giving up their spring break this year to help those that do not have access to a quality education. Students from West Sound Tech will travel to the Dominican Republic to encourage and support educational access for all children. These students committed themselves to work with an international organization that is dedicated to providing educational access to all children across the world. During the week on-site in the DR, students will engage with children from a local village, helping to provide educational opportunities and encourage cross-cultural learning. Students plan to take donated supplies including, pens, pencils, and notebooks. A supply drive is planned for February or March, just in time to prepare for the trip. If you are interested in supporting West Sound Tech students engaging in service learning opportunities, please contact, Shani Watkins at shani.watkins@westsoundtech.org.


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SKTV on Cable and On-Line By: Mike Downum SKHS Video and IB Film Instructor

I have a little glow in my gut as I write a few thoughts about the South Kitsap High School Video Program. And the sensation isn’t from my delicious cafeteria meatball hoagie. No, the glow is pride in the performance this morning from my Advanced Video students as they produced their 65th “live” WTV of the school year. WTV is our daily news and information television show that is cabled into every SKHS classroom and also distributed through the WAVE cable system on digital cable channel 205. Today’s show, originating from the SKHS theater rather than our normal studio, featured guest anchors from the choir, a guest from yearbook, our principal (drawing student names for movie passes), students of the month announcement, and a pre-recorded video celebrating the 7th of 12 Days of Christmas. I’m fatigued thinking of the details and logistics. As the show producer and show director wrapped it up and headed to their next classes their body language was of hardened veterans, bent but not broken, exhilarated yet aware that AP lit was awaiting. Every day of the school year WTV is the voice (and face) of SKHS for information about scholarships, sports, clubs, school rules, etc. To our audience we bring the facts and a bit of fun to every show. But to the students who produce it, the show itself is the tip of the iceberg. Lurking below, or rather behind the surface, is the prepa-

ration that goes into any complex endeavor that appears simple to the casual observer. Rather than attempt to describe that process to you, I would only ask that you, good reader, reflect on your most difficult career challenge, or perhaps parenting challenge. And be a teacher for a moment and ask yourself, “how would I prepare a student to handle that?” The answer, I hope you would agree is, maybe talk about it a bit; but the best strategy of all is just, “Let’s do it for real! Together!” That is CTE (Career & Technical Education) and that is SKHS Video. So, before my glow passes and I prep for the next 30 smiling faces, I also mention our YouTube channel and “live” streaming capability. Thanks to support from SKSD CTE, we have built a reputation for creating programing and utilizing technology that is rare in the nation at the high school level. It’s a case of preparation meeting opportunity. We stream on YouTube regularly and in HD.

A WTV screen shot of guest anchors Sydney Wolfe and Dylan Macabitis from the SKHS Choir along with SKHS Acting Principal Casey Ogan. A portable control room is set up outside the SKHS theater for a “live” WTV production. Show producer Cassidy Firman (standing) keeps a watchful eye as show director Logan Tailleur (kneeling) executes the actual show.

Enough shameless program promotion; see for yourself. Navigate to the SKSD homepage and click on the SKTV tab and you will learn more about us and see the work our students create. I made up a slogan early in my teaching career - SKHS Video Production: We don’t “play” TV, we DO TV! The advent of STEM only confirms what CTE has done all along and that’s “make it real”. GO CTE!

Olympic College Has a Film School? Tell Me More…

By Deborah Welsh The rise of the digital era has led to a major shift in the film industry. Tools for aspiring filmmakers are more accessible than ever before and Olympic College believes a world-class film school experience should be equally accessible. A variety of technological innovations have created a unique historical niche. This modern historical juncture has created unprecedented opportunities for young dramatic artists seeking careers in the filmmaking industry. Entering the industry with a working knowledge of digital movie-making translates to higher entry-level employment for graduates. Students at the OC Film School

are learning the skills they will need to compete in this new frontier of digital film.

• Gain practical hands-on training by working on digital filmmaking projects • Construct an industry resume detailing specific filmmaking crafts positions • Study film language and the techniques of cinematography • Practice the art and craft of film acting • Acquire film directing skill and expertise in directing actors • Artfully tell original stories and complete a feature length screenplay • Obtain film editing & visual effects skills by mastering industry software

OC Digital Film students have the opportunity to:

The educational philosophy at the OC Film School passionately supports the idea that a contemporary dramatic artist is a digital artist. The program’s award-winning instructors bring a wealth of experience to their students. As successful professionals in the film industry themselves, their goal is to provide students with the practical skills and artistry necessary to develop, strengthen and refine their creative talents whether they choose directing, acting, producing, cinematography, editing or screenwriting. Students gain hands-on practical training along with the theoretical and technical skills of the modern filmmaking industry.

• Assemble a demo reel from Olympic College film projects

This unique experience prepares students to pursue careers in:

The principle focus of the program is the narrative fiction film. The artistic and technical skills acquired by students are transferable to television, commercials, documentaries, music videos, and the blossoming new arena of episodic web content. Students are learning the craft and techniques of narrative storytelling while acquiring the technical skills and artistic sensibilities to produce professional-quality film.

• Acting for the camera | Screenwriting | Directing • Editing | Lighting | Digital Cinematography • Audio Design | Production Manager | Sound Recording • Sound Recording | Gaffer | Producer • Assistant Director | Post Production Visual FX | Production Assistant • Art Director | Grip | Location Scout In the past, a film school education could be very costly, but by taking advantage of the emerging digital age and the increasing affordability of the modern filmmaker’s tools, Olympic College now offers their students a first-class film school experience at a fraction of the cost. The Department of Digital Filmmaking and Dramatic Arts at Olympic College educates and prepares students for careers in the contemporary vehicles of drama – including film, television and the new emerging digital media forms. The unique conservatory within-a-college curriculum prepares students intellectually, artistically and practically to be creative visionaries and collaborative innovators. Visit the website at www.olympic.edu/digital-filmmaking/digitalfilmmaking for more information.


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Bremerton School District Explore Your Students at Mountain Future Event View Middle School: Learning to be Medical Detectives! “What was your blood pressure?” is a question that you don’t often hear from 8th grade students. But in the 8th grade Science classes at Mountain View Middle School in Bremerton, that is a question that students will be asking each other over the next nine weeks. In the Project Lead the Way module, Medical Detectives, students will learn to take vital signs, as well as what is normal and what suggests a medical problem, such as food borne pathogens. They also learn how infectious diseases are transmitted and how vaccines help to prevent epidemics. In the second unit, the students learn about their own senses through a series of labs. They also dissect a sheep’s brain to make comparisons between their brain and the sheep, after all, both are mammals. They finish the second unit with

a study of DNA (separating their own DNA strands) and how inherited diseases are passed on. They will also learn to do a diagnosis of a person. Their last activity is the favorite activity. They get to use what they have learned to solve a murder mystery. They have to determine the clues, figure out the time of death using the temperature of the body, do a virtual autopsy and match DNA with the murder scene. The students learn how to do a gel electrophoresis. They have to write a police report using all the information to have the murderer arrested. All of these entry level skills will prepare them to be successful in future Science and STEM classes at the high school level, such as Biology and Biotechnology. Future CSIs are beginning at Mountain View!

Are you interested in making connections from high school to life beyond the classroom walls? Do you want to be a part of your education and be a part of a program that prepares you for your next steps? Are you going into your junior or senior year of high school and want to take classes that directly connect to your post-secondary plans? If so, it’s time to check out West Sound Technical Skills Center and Choose Your Own Adventure!

West Sound Tech is for students interested in a variety of technical education opportunities where you earn high school credit, college credit, and prepare for the world outside of high school. Students go on to get jobs in industry AND attend post-secondary schools (including twoyear, four-year, and technical programs), AND join the military, AND engage with apprenticeship programs preparing for a variety of careers.

February 9, 2017, West Sound Tech will open its doors in the evening for community members, interested families, and students to learn the vital connections between West Sound Tech’s preparatory programs and post-secondary options. Partners from industry, business, twoand four-year institutions, apprenticeship programs, and military will be on hand to show the direct links between completing a preparatory educational program at West Sound Tech and the variety of options available post-high school. Find your connection to the world beyond high school and join us on February 9 to learn more about how you can Choose Your Own Adventure at West Sound Tech. Come explore your future with West Sound Tech, February 9, from 5:00 – 7:30 pm.

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2015-2016 Tech Prep Students Congratulated Student Name BAINBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

Credits Student Name

Ahearne, John Tye..................... 8 Amelang, Adda......................... 5 Anderson, Emery...................... 2 Andrews, Brenna.................... 10 Bailey, Cameron........................ 2 Barcott, Lucy.............................. 5 Batali, Sebastian...................... 10 Bennett, Alexa........................... 5 Berge, Devin.............................. 3 Bianchi, Marina......................... 5 Black, Clayton......................... 10 Blohm Hyde, Alexander............ 5 Boynton, Will........................... 10 Brown, Maxwell........................ 5 Brundige, Cole........................... 4 Bullock, Charlie......................... 5 Burgess, Mary........................... 5 Burke, Connor........................... 5 Burke, Madison......................... 5 Bushey, Parker.......................... 8 Campbell, Sadie........................ 5 Campbell-Martin, Fayth............. 5 Carpenter, Abigail..................... 5 Carson, Grace........................... 5 Carson, Sophie.......................... 4 Chapman, Samuel..................... 5 Cibula, Joseph........................... 5 Clark, Skye................................ 5 Colley, Sara............................... 3 Connors, Olivia......................... 5 Constan, Nathaniel.................... 5 Craighead, Dana....................... 3 Davis, Jordan............................ 5 Davis, Nina............................... 5 Davis, Robert........................... 12 De Santiago, Patricia................. 8 Deavy, Ewan............................. 8 Debellis, Daniel.......................... 5 Dore, Hudson............................ 5 Dorsey, Elana............................ 5 Doxtater, Otis............................ 5 Edmond, Alidar......................... 5 Ellis, Kaela................................. 5 Epstein, Evan............................. 5 Fabert, Emma............................ 5 Fain, Capri................................ 5 Faust, Noah............................... 8 Faye, Michael............................ 5 Feeney, Emily........................... 10 Feerick, Bergan......................... 5 Fellin, Viivi................................. 5 Fink, Emily................................. 5 Florez, Julian............................. 5 Footh, Julia................................ 5 Forsher, Lillian............................ 5 Foster, Macario.......................... 8 Gallagher, Olivia....................... 3 Galvin, Robert......................... 10 Garthwaite, Cole....................... 8 Gleaason, William..................... 5 Goff, Tate................................... 2 Gordon, Laura........................... 5 Griesser, Johannes.................. 18 Grogan, Cassidy Ann................ 3 Hale, Max................................. 5 Hall, Amelia.............................. 5 Hall, Carter.............................. 10 Hall, Taylor................................ 5 Hammer, Kyle........................... 5 Hansen, Akio............................ 5 Hanson, Cooper........................ 5 Hawkins, Kolin........................ 17 Hellmers, Jacqueline.................. 5

Credits Student Name

Hellriegel, Andrew.................... 8 Helt, Raymond.......................... 5 Hemingway, Pilar...................... 3 Hesselink, Isabel........................ 5 Hobbs, William......................... 4 Hoch, Katrina............................ 3 Hogger, Miles............................ 8 Holm, Ashelyn........................... 5 Howlett, Teagan........................ 5 Hummel, Jared.......................... 8 Hurd, Luke................................. 5 Ingalls, Makai........................... 5 Jabloner, Ari.............................. 8 Jackson, Bella............................ 5 Jennings, Katherine................... 5 Johnson, Nathan....................... 5 Johnson, Serena........................ 5 Johnston, Chandler.................... 5 Jumpa, Taylor............................ 5 Keller, Milo................................ 5 Kimmerlein, David..................... 4 Kingombe, Marie...................... 2 Kinkead, Brielle....................... 10 Kinney, John............................ 12 Klatt, Sydney............................. 5 Kleiven, Victoria........................ 5 Klinkenberg, Karena................. 5 Knoll, Kiera............................. 10 Lafer, Joel................................ 10 Lee, Hannah.............................. 5 Lindsey, Sean........................... 10 Loftus, Hunter.......................... 10 Loftus, Skyler........................... 10 Love, Siri.................................. 15 Lucioni, Sarah............................ 5 Macrae, Sophie......................... 5 Madigan, Faith........................ 10 Malone, Michael...................... 10 Marshall, Luke........................... 5 Martin, Noah............................ 4 Mathisen, Jakob........................ 5 Mcewan, Scott......................... 10 Mcvay, Nathan.......................... 4 Meier, Josie............................... 5 Messing, Brian........................... 5 Michaels, Nathanael................. 4 Miller, Adelaide....................... 10 Mitchell, Olivia.......................... 4 Montgomery, Page.................... 5 Muir, James............................. 13 Muldrow, Abe........................... 8 Murrell, Amber.......................... 5 Nadda, Alec.............................. 4 Najarian, Caroline.................... 5 Nibarger, Emma........................ 5 Nunes, Elizabeth....................... 9 Olive, Delaney........................... 5 Oliver, Collin.............................. 5 Painter, Dominic........................ 5 Palomo, Alexis........................ 10 Pardy, Logan........................... 13 Patrick, Ellis............................... 5 Patterson, Derek........................ 5 Paxson, Sarah........................... 5 Payne, Lindsay.......................... 8 Peloquin, Ethan......................... 5 Perkins, Alexander.................... 5 Peterson, Kelsey...................... 10 Piatti, Nicole.............................. 5 Pickens, Karlie........................... 5 Pickens, Krista........................... 5 Pippinger, Alathea..................... 5 Pons, Fergus.............................. 8 Powell, Isabella......................... 5 Province, Tate............................ 8

Credits Student Name

Ragsdale, Albert...................... 10 Rector, Jack............................. 10 Rees, Blake.............................. 10 Reinke, Frederick....................... 5 Rimbault, Trudy......................... 5 Robinson, Claire........................ 5 Rosenboom, Johanna................ 5 Rosencrans, Remi...................... 5 Rusnak, Jeston......................... 12 Russell, Anna............................. 5 Sachs, Marie............................. 5 Sandler, Olivia........................... 3 Sauermann, Georgia................. 4 Schneider, Nina......................... 3 Schulte, Jill................................. 5 Scott, Anna.............................. 10 Scott, Weston........................... 10 Sellers, Emma............................ 2 Sewell, William......................... 5 Sheridan, Philip......................... 4 Skalak, Scott............................ 10 Slattery, James........................ 10 Sprague, Cooper..................... 10 Spray, Megan............................ 5 Stahl, Jared............................... 4 Stratton, John.......................... 10 Streufert, Stella.......................... 5 Sullivan, Maya.......................... 3 Thiele, Jesse............................... 5 Thornburg, Annika.................. 10 Topham, Cade........................... 5 Van Dyke, Mary........................ 5 Van Ness, Peter......................... 8 Van Slyke, Asher....................... 5 Vander Leest, Konner................ 5 Vass, Hanna.............................. 5 Viele, Elizabeth........................ 10 Von Bereghy, Andrew............... 5 Wagner, Aidan........................ 10 Wangthamkua, Kathryn........... 5 Weibel, Olivia........................... 5 Weiss, Conrad........................... 4 White, Cora............................... 5 Wickline, Morgan...................... 5 Willard, Grant......................... 10 Wise, Kailyn.............................. 5 Wolff, Grant.............................. 5 Woods, Madeline...................... 5 TOTAL..................... 1,216

BREMERTON HIGH SCHOOL

Aaro, Ryan................................ 5 Agtay, Tovi.............................. 10 Akhtari, Korosh......................... 8 Albertson, Dominique................ 5 Allen, Sydney............................ 5 Amicangelo, Anthony.............. 10 Arcega, Jad Marjae................... 5 Aylward, Bailey......................... 5 Ballard, Crave........................... 5 Barnes, Seth.............................. 5 Bartlett, Jacen.......................... 10 Bassett, Elizabeth....................... 5 Bell, Norah.............................. 15 Bennion, Soren.......................... 5 Bernal, Alfredo.......................... 5 Beverage, Monica..................... 4 Boekenoogen, Max................... 3 Bonagofski, Charles................ 13 Brandner, Kirsten....................... 3 Braunz, Tyler............................. 8 Buck, Clarissa............................ 5 Caguiat, Maureen Joy............... 5 Cantal, Simone.......................... 5

Credits Student Name

Caro, Elysia Nirel...................... 5 Carter, Cayden.......................... 5 Casias, Sarah............................ 3 Chinn, Avalon........................... 8 Clifford, Ayla............................. 3 Cobb, Micala........................... 13 Collins, Emma............................ 5 Colon, Morgan.......................... 5 Contreras, Carlos....................... 9 Coots, Cherish........................... 8 Couch, Michaela........................ 5 Delos Santos, Rochelle............... 5 Derda, Micheala........................ 5 Dubeau, Abigail........................ 3 Dubos, Cameron....................... 5 Eckert, Ben................................ 5 Eisenberg, Merisa...................... 8 Ellison, Dawneisha.................... 5 Elton, Anthony........................... 9 Enriquez, Frances Kimberly..... 10 Fergason, Maddyson................. 8 Figueras, Christopher................ 5 Finch, Sean................................ 5 Flanagan, Keaton...................... 5 Ford, Coby................................ 8 Freeman, Bryan........................ 5 Garrett, Kolin............................ 5 Godinez-Gonzalez, Yacsiri........ 3 Greene, Mason......................... 8 Guerrero, Alissa........................ 3 Hadaller, Robin........................ 13 Hemmingson, Aubrey............... 5 Heriford, Alycia......................... 8 Hjorten, Andrea........................ 5 Hunter, Jacob............................ 5 James, Jessica........................... 5 Johnson, Oban.......................... 5 King, Ceinna............................. 5 King, Emily................................ 4 Lam, Wing Yee.......................... 5 Lee, Donte............................... 10 Liebmann, Derek....................... 5 Lynch, Tyler................................ 8 Machado, Sara......................... 5 Madlangbayan, Jericho............ 5 Mcdonald, Kendall.................... 5 Mckinney, Elise........................ 13 Mckinsey, Aundrea.................. 13 Miochy, Rima............................. 5 Moll, Zoe................................... 3 Navarro, Bailey......................... 8 Nguyen, Kevin.......................... 5 Parker, Trinidy........................... 5 Parks, Gabrielle......................... 5 Penner, Shyiann...................... 13 Perry, Emilee............................. 5 Perryman, Zachary................... 8 Petrie, Kaylee............................ 3 Pimienta Echeagaray, Fernando.3 Prechtel-Foley, Paige.................. 5 Purificacion, Ruby...................... 5 Quenga, Lilith............................ 3 Quitugua, Karena..................... 4 Reaney, Victoria........................ 5 Rylie, Jakob............................... 5 Sanchez, Catalina...................... 3 Santiago, Angel Clarise............. 5 Santos, Tristan........................... 5 Schippers, Krystalyn.................. 5 Sichak, Cedric............................ 5 Simpson, Nicholas..................... 5 Smith, Enjoli............................... 3 Smith, Jesse............................... 8 Smith, Sophia............................ 9 Souza, Maria............................ 3

Credits Student Name

Stodden, Joely........................... 5 Stuart, Spencer.......................... 5 Styrlund, Timothy...................... 9 Tang, Kyle................................. 7 Teslich, Kaylaanne..................... 5 Thompson, Hollee...................... 3 Thuston, Joanne........................ 8 Tuttle, Rachel.............................. 4 Valdez, James........................... 5 Wall, Jack.................................. 5 Watson, Somiya........................ 4 Wegeleben, Tayloranne............. 5 Williams, Meaghan................... 5 Wilson, Lillianna........................ 3 Wilson, Precious........................ 3 Zurbrugg, Zane......................... 5 TOTAL........................ 674

CENTRAL KITSAP HIGH SCHOOL

Adams, Madison....................... 5 Alvarenga, Ricardo................... 5 Anderson, Bryce........................ 5 Anderson, Madison................... 5 Balmedina, Juan..................... 15 Barg, Chance............................. 6 Barron, Sierra.......................... 10 Bautista, Noriah........................ 5 Bico, Eullyses........................... 20 Birkenfeld, Madison.................. 5 Blas, Roque............................... 5 Boydstun, Melodie..................... 5 Breton, Andrelyn....................... 5 Brine, Janie............................. 10 Burk, Zoe.................................. 5 Burleson, Tess............................ 5 Burnette, Allyson....................... 5 Burns, Jacob.............................. 5 Campbell, Lily............................ 6 Carlson, Elise........................... 10 Carriveaux, Michaela................ 5 Carroll, Cameron..................... 10 Chaffee, Lindsay...................... 10 Chapman, Andrew.................... 5 Chapman, Jade......................... 5 Chitwood, Shawn...................... 5 Claeys, Julia.............................. 5 Claeys, Mackenzie.................... 4 Clark, Hope............................... 4 Clark, Joy.................................. 4 Cochran, Ian.............................. 5 Conner, Madison....................... 5 Corey, Maggin.......................... 5 Coupe, Jack............................... 5 Crawford, Myles........................ 5 Cromett, Dominic....................... 4 Cudmore, Gage......................... 5 Davies, Vanessa........................ 5 Dejesus, Riane........................... 5 Denton, Kallista....................... 10 Dickey, Kirsten........................... 5 Dodge Ii, Charles....................... 5 Dolen, Wesley........................... 4 Duenas, Ana-Maria................. 10 Dunn, Meghan.......................... 5 Ebert/Ashcraft, Kayla................ 5 Ellis, Brandon............................ 5 Elmore, Savannah..................... 5 Erickson, Dylan.......................... 5 Erickson, Myles.......................... 5 Erickson, Olivia......................... 5 Ettobi, Yasmin............................ 5 Ewy, Tabytha............................. 1 Faulkner, Dylan......................... 5 Feliciano, Melina....................... 5

Credits

Fend, Erin.................................. 5 Fergus, Hannah......................... 1 Field, Logan............................... 9 Fischer, Calvin............................ 4 Fisher, Alexis............................. 5 Fix, Jacqueline........................... 5 Fontenot, Dominic...................... 4 Ford, Amanda........................... 5 Foss, Kaleb................................ 5 Freund, Elise............................ 10 Gambuzza, Shaun.................... 5 Garchow, Cassidy..................... 5 Garretson, Christian.................. 5 Geddes, Leah.......................... 10 Gentry, Cameron....................... 5 Goff, Hannah............................ 5 Good, Lawrence...................... 11 Gordon, Kyle............................. 8 Gordon, Madeline..................... 5 Graham, Joshua........................ 5 Griffith, Heather........................ 5 Grimmius, Andrew.................. 10 Gutierrez, Emma....................... 5 Guyette, Kelly............................ 5 Guzman, Charisse Faye.......... 10 Halterman, Jotherynn................ 5 Hamrick, Kyle............................ 5 Hanneman, Emily.................... 10 Harper, Brianna......................... 5 Harshman, Tjaden..................... 5 Hayes, Dylan............................. 5 Helman, Rebecca....................... 5 Henson-Bennett, Jeremy............ 5 Hicks, Breanne.......................... 5 Hoecherl, Karalyn................... 10 Hokanson, Evelyn.................... 11 Holmstrom, Jonah..................... 5 Hooper, Charles......................... 5 Hoover, Miles............................ 5 Hovey, Ian................................. 5 Howard, Brayden.................... 10 Huizar, Matthew........................ 5 Hunt, Cassandra..................... 11 Hunter, Christopher.................... 5 Jacobson, Justin........................ 5 James, Elliot............................... 5 Janssen, Zachary...................... 5 Johnson, Aiden.......................... 5 Johnson, Jordyn........................ 5 Johnson, Melissa....................... 6 Johnson, Nathaniel................... 5 Johnsrude, Lauren..................... 4 Jones, Kourtnee......................... 5 Juras, Anthony.......................... 5 Kankovsky, Katherine................ 5 Kirby, Aaron.............................. 5 Kirby, Teayana.......................... 5 Kirschbaum, Jacob.................... 4 Kisiday, Matyas......................... 4 Klahr, Karissa............................ 5 Krog, Olivia............................... 5 Labonete, Grachelle................. 10 Lamere, Mackenzie................... 5 Landis, Chance.......................... 4 Largey, Madison........................ 4 Lawrence, Hope........................ 5 Leavell, Kellen........................... 5 Leen, Nicholas........................... 4 Leen, Victoria............................. 5 Leon Guerrero, Amber.............. 5 Lewis, Clarissa........................... 5 Linton, Samuel........................... 5 Loudermilk, Nadja.................... 5 Lowe, Alyssa............................. 5 Lowe, Connor............................ 4


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2015-2016 Tech Prep Students Congratulated Student Name

Credits Student Name

Ludwig, Wesley......................... 5 Lynch, Christian......................... 5 Ma, Eric..................................... 5 Malmborg, David...................... 5 Mangaoang, Whnsy............... 10 Mange, Chloe............................ 5 Martin, Shai............................ 10 Mayer, Gage........................... 10 Mccomb, Brigett........................ 5 Mcconnell, Cameron.................. 4 Mcdermed, Summer.................. 5 Mchenry, Sierra......................... 5 Mcintyre, Alise........................... 4 Mclaughlin, Gabriel................... 5 Miana, Sophia Rose................ 10 Miglio, Michael.......................... 5 Miller, Chelsea........................... 4 Moore, Nathan......................... 5 Moore, Preston.......................... 5 Mortimore, Katherine................ 5 Mottner, Ryan............................ 5 Mullen, Makenna.................... 10 Murray, Courtney.................... 15 Mustard, Rebekah..................... 5 Neims, Avery............................ 5 Neitzel, Brayden...................... 10 Nelson, Kennedy....................... 5 Neptune, Jacob......................... 5 Neumann, Makailyn................. 1 Nguyen, Vinson...................... 15 Nidoy, Athena Kendra.............. 5 Noblezada, Ethan-Rey.............. 5 Norton, Nicholas....................... 5 Nuno, Alyssa........................... 10 Organ, Brooke.......................... 5 Orteza, Rylee............................ 4 Owens, Alexis........................... 5 Owens, Sapphire...................... 5 Pantano, Faith........................... 5 Parr, Shawn.............................. 5 Patenio, Eliza Mina.................... 5 Paule, Antonio Miguel............... 5 Payne, Allison......................... 10 Payne, Lillian............................. 5 Pearson, Drew........................... 5 Peltz, Ryan................................ 5 Petoff, Ryley.............................. 5 Phillips, Querida........................ 5 Piliaris, Mikaiel.......................... 5 Pitts, Jessica............................... 5 Platt, Jeremy.............................. 5 Pobanz, Cole............................. 5 Polzin, Melina............................ 5 Pond, Mason............................. 5 Radford, Cole............................ 5 Rankin, Kathryn...................... 10 Reed, Allen................................ 5 Reeve, Trinity........................... 10 Regynski, Nicole...................... 10 Reynolds, Rayona..................... 5 Ribada, Dante........................... 5 Riley, Evan................................. 9 Rinski - Martin, Yuval................ 5 Rios, Zhane`.............................. 5 Robinson, Simon....................... 4 Robinson, Torsten...................... 6 Robinson, Zachary.................. 10 Roche, Hailey.......................... 10 Rodenhurst, Starr...................... 1 Rodriguez, Brandon.................. 5 Rosimo, Joseph......................... 4 Russell, Alyssa........................... 5 Ryan, Khalea........................... 10 Sadiq, Jessica............................ 5 Salley, Mason............................ 5

Credits Student Name

Santos, Livia.............................. 5 Sawada, Takumi..................... 10 Schonauer, Jacob...................... 8 Schweiger, Ian........................... 5 Schwieterman, Abigail.............. 5 Seabrook, Grace....................... 5 Serrato, Lexi-Anne..................... 5 Sharpe, Hailey.......................... 5 Shew, Olivia.............................. 5 Sincere, Deandre....................... 5 Sison, Aj.................................... 4 Sison, Cj.................................... 4 Sison, Stephanie........................ 5 Slatton, Nickolaus................... 11 Smith, Brittani............................ 5 Smith, Joshua............................ 5 Smith, Taylor.............................. 5 Soria, Amanda.......................... 5 Spannuth, Connor..................... 5 Stahl, Brooke........................... 10 Stillwell, Albert........................ 10 Stone, Hailey............................. 5 Swanberg, Micah...................... 6 Swetzof, Demi......................... 10 Sytsma, Zachary....................... 4 Tan, Victoria............................ 10 Taylor, Sarah............................. 5 Tedford, Clara.......................... 10 Thomas, Ashlee......................... 1 Thorsen, Katie........................... 1 Tower, Andrew.......................... 4 Townson, Casey...................... 10 Trujillo, Christopher.................... 1 Turull, Jedediah......................... 5 Usman, Destiny Marie............... 5 Van Pelt, Evan........................... 5 Vasquez, Kieriona..................... 5 Vessey, Matthew...................... 15 Wainwright, Ivy......................... 5 Wall, Phillip............................... 5 Watson, Gabriella..................... 5 Welch, Amber........................... 5 Weninger, Karlee....................... 5 Werdal, Evan............................ 5 Weston, Joshua......................... 9 Wheeler, Carsten....................... 5 Wheeler, Isabelle....................... 5 White, Anthony......................... 5 Wiedemann, Kiara.................... 5 Williams, Christine..................... 5 Wood, Reece........................... 10 Yanez, Timmothy....................... 5 Young, Elizabeth........................ 5 Zabala, Cody............................ 5 TOTAL..................... 1,530

KINGSTON HIGH SCHOOL

Advani, Satya........................... 4 Anderson, Erik........................... 5 Bayne, Joshua........................... 4 Baze, Grace............................ 10 Beaver Jr, Christopher................ 4 Benjamin, Beau......................... 4 Bidtah, Andrew......................... 4 Bradford, Braden...................... 4 Burns, Riley............................... 4 Calloway, Isaiah........................ 4 Claymore, Chase....................... 4 Cuevas, Gabriel......................... 4 Day, Nichole.............................. 4 Ellis, Alesha............................. 12 Gallagher, Timothy.................... 4 Geil, Jack.................................. 4 Hoffer, Sarah............................. 5

Credits Student Name

Holcomb, Jeffrey....................... 4 Holt, Emily............................... 10 Jensen, David............................ 4 Jones, Brett................................ 6 Jones, Symone.......................... 2 Ljunggren, Austin...................... 6 Markiewicz, Kaitlin.................... 4 Mastin, Ethan............................ 4 Mc Ardle, River.......................... 4 Mcdonald, Tyler......................... 4 Medina, Alejandro.................... 4 Moore, Madison...................... 10 Mullen, James........................... 4 Musselman, Lena....................... 5 Nance, Izumi............................. 5 Nance, Sorana.......................... 5 Oril, Logan................................ 4 Pluska, Noah............................. 4 Reddick, Matthew..................... 4 Saas, Emma.............................. 5 Sanders, Oscar.......................... 4 Shaw, Andrew.......................... 4 Sheriff, Kaitlyn........................... 4 Sloman, Hadley......................... 4 Smith, Tyler.............................. 10 Spitzer, Keith............................. 4 Stoudt, Blake............................. 2 Stout, Isaiah.............................. 4 Tellinghuisen, Dalton.................. 4 Truhn, Jenifer............................. 4 Tucker, Nickyle........................... 4 Van Diest, Ashlynne................... 4 Von Seggern, Conrad................ 4 Whalen, Leif.............................. 4 Williamson, Ivy......................... 4 Worthington, Josiah.................. 4 Wright, Nathan......................... 4 Yu, Wendy................................ 5 TOTAL........................ 259

KLAHOWYA SECONDARY SCHOOL

Ackerman, Delaney................... 3 Adams, William........................ 3 Alexander, Robert..................... 5 Allison, Katya............................ 5 Antoldi, Danielle........................ 5 Barker, Jack............................... 5 Barnes, Natalie......................... 5 Becker, Alex.............................. 8 Bergmann, Kyle......................... 5 Blocher, Samantha.................... 5 Bowman, Joseph..................... 10 Brandt, Kennedy....................... 4 Brandt, Mackenzee................... 5 Cabana, Tyler............................ 5 Carpenter, Thane....................... 5 Chaparro, Kristopher................. 5 Chavez, Mario........................... 3 Chung, Ming Ho........................ 5 Click, Ruth................................. 5 Comstock, Benjamin................ 10 Connolly, Joshua....................... 5 Cook, Dazion............................ 3 Coots, Madeline........................ 5 Corey, Zach............................... 5 Cruson, Samantha..................... 5 Damschen, Dakota-Louise......... 4 Dawson, Aliyah......................... 3 Debolt, Jade.............................. 5 Decker, Kylie............................. 3 Declerk, Trevor.......................... 5 Dell, John.................................. 3 Dotson, Megan.......................... 3 Dowell, Derek............................ 5

Credits Student Name

Drake, Mary............................. 3 Dunlap, Sarah........................... 3 Dunlap, Tyler............................. 5 Eberhard, Karli.......................... 8 Eckles, Jeffery............................ 5 Fabro, Jann Clyde..................... 5 Fain, Raegin.............................. 3 Felty, Jonathan.......................... 5 Fenske-Radford, Rylee............... 5 Fischer, Mikayla......................... 5 Forsberg, Palmer....................... 5 Frye, Alannah........................... 5 Gagnon, Tanyr.......................... 5 Gardner, Alexandria................. 5 Garlit, Gabriel........................... 5 Garnica, Alexandrea................. 5 Gent, Brynnee........................... 8 Gherna, James.......................... 5 Gillespie, Rachel........................ 5 Gonzalez, Cody........................ 8 Good, Kari.............................. 10 Green, Emiley............................ 3 Greene, Christopher.................. 4 Greenlee, Harrison.................... 5 Greiner, Autumn........................ 3 Guenterberg, Tristan.................. 5 Haddigan, Bryanna.................. 3 Haga, Shaela............................ 3 Hall, Vannessa.......................... 3 Hamblet, Rhys........................... 8 Hanley, Kellen........................... 5 Harding-Hanson, Danielle......... 4 Heaman, Mason....................... 5 Hendricks, Asia......................... 3 Hendricks, Kayla....................... 3 Herrera, Katelyn........................ 5 Hoskins, Thomas....................... 5 Hoyson, Jacob........................... 3 Huppert, Lara............................ 5 Jackson, Jadin........................... 3 Jackson, Shawn........................ 3 James, Alexis............................ 3 Joe, Micah................................. 5 Johannesen, Daisey................... 6 Johnson, Karissa....................... 5 Jones, K.c.................................. 3 Jones, Madison......................... 3 Jordan, Lexi............................... 3 Keller, Austin............................. 3 Kendall, Mckenna..................... 7 Kendall, Troy............................. 4 Kennard, Briana........................ 8 Kennard, Sharlene.................... 6 Kennedy, Monice....................... 4 Kleinfelder, Brandon.................. 4 Knuckey, Cole............................ 5 Koerner, Bailey.......................... 5 Kondo, Sora.............................. 5 Koveleskie, Sophia.................... 4 La Charite, Jordan..................... 5 Ladner, Maya............................ 3 Lajoie, Victoria........................... 3 Little, Sara................................. 5 Loehrs, Sarah............................ 5 Loshbaugh, Chandler................ 3 Lott, Allysa................................. 3 Lynch, Nicole............................. 5 Mackelwich, Nicholas................ 5 Marcotte, Devin......................... 5 Marker, Jesse............................ 5 Marker, Marianne..................... 3 Martinson, Cooper.................... 5 Mcdonnell, Joshua..................... 5 Mcgrady, Carson....................... 5 Mills, Nicole............................... 3

Credits Student Name

Moore, Caitlin............................ 3 Mount, Aidan............................ 3 Murray, Aschley........................ 5 Neshem, Brooklyn..................... 5 Oeller, Alexsis............................ 3 Olsen-Mccallen, Ryann-Rose..... 3 Osborne, Sierra......................... 3 Parypa, Natalie......................... 5 Peters, Emily.............................. 3 Porter, Troy................................ 9 Powell, Erika............................. 4 Prater, Logan........................... 10 Pyle, Baleigh............................. 8 Quigg, Milena........................... 3 Reed, Alexis.............................. 3 Ridge, Sean-Michael.................. 5 Rienks, Kirkland........................ 5 Rose, Shania............................. 9 Rouse, Holly.............................. 3 Ryen, Payton............................. 5 Salo, Valerie.............................. 4 Sargent, Hailey.......................... 3 Sargent, Jacob.......................... 4 Schnabel, Ben............................ 5 Schoenberg, Madison................ 5 Schultz, Allison.......................... 3 Schuster, Paige.......................... 3 Seidel, Grace............................. 5 Shannon, Peyton....................... 4 Shivaee, Dylan.......................... 5 Shuffield, Madison.................... 5 Slane, Sarah.............................. 3 Smith, Haden............................ 5 Smith-Perez, Ciara..................... 5 Snope, Sawyer.......................... 5 Spencer, Abigail........................ 4 Spicer, Jonathan........................ 3 Stafford, Richelle....................... 3 Steward, Trevor......................... 5 Stiles, Julia................................. 5 Stone, Sarah.............................. 3 Streck, Benjamin...................... 10 Streck, Kate............................... 5 Sullivan, Kearstyn...................... 8 Sutton, Dominique..................... 5 Swope, Marissa...................... 10 Talpai, Bryannah....................... 3 Taylor, Jourdan.......................... 5 Taylor, Makenzi......................... 8 Thacker, Kristeena..................... 3 Thompson, Cole....................... 15 Torno, Brenna............................ 3 Tracewell, Sydney...................... 8 Trask, Brycen............................. 5 Veach, Aidan............................. 5 Vellay, Trenton......................... 13 Ventura, Noemi......................... 3 Walters, Morgan....................... 5 Watts, Desiree........................... 3 Wiggins, Ivy.............................. 5 Wilkins, Madelyn...................... 5 Williams, Tiegan........................ 3 Winters, Spencer....................... 5 Wise, Catherine......................... 3 Yates, Allison............................. 5 Zendejas, Sarah........................ 3 Zuber, Dylan.............................. 5 Zwolfer, Sarah........................... 8 TOTAL........................ 848

NORTH KITSAP HIGH SCHOOL

Atkins, Caroline......................... 6 Burleson, Brianna...................... 8 Carlson, Jolene.......................... 8

Credits

Castro, Emily............................. 6 Clodfelder, Taylor....................... 5 Collins, Angel............................ 6 Cunningham, Noah................... 8 Duchemin, Briannan.................. 4 Flodin, Megan........................... 6 Gero, Kira................................. 5 Gough, Kylie............................. 5 Graebner, Michelle.................... 6 Graves, Joshua.......................... 6 Hall, Kaitlin................................ 5 Jayroe, Ashley........................... 5 Jensen, Cassie........................... 6 Kakuda, Keenen....................... 6 Kesler, Melanie.......................... 5 Lang, Mitchell............................ 5 Lehmann, Rachel....................... 6 Lekberg, Emily........................... 5 Lemmon, Molly.......................... 4 Lyons, Scott................................ 6 Mcclung, Megan........................ 5 Paul, Tyler.................................. 5 Peltier, Anastasia....................... 5 Petersen, Kayla......................... 4 Schmitt, Ethan............................ 4 Schwartz, Rachel....................... 6 Selembo, Olivia......................... 6 Thomsen, Megan....................... 6 Viguerias, Cinthya..................... 5 Wagoner, Mackenzie................ 6 Westby, Mikayla....................... 5 Winokur, Jyurina....................... 5 TOTAL........................ 194

NORTH MASON HIGH SCHOOL

Amundson, Eathan.................. 10 Anderson, Sydney..................... 5 Barajas, Shayla......................... 5 Berg Flaten, Gjermund.............. 5 Blondell, Kylea........................ 10 Brickwedel, Haley................... 10 Brownawell, Adam................... 5 Brownell, Xavier........................ 5 Burkitt, Matco............................ 5 Byerly, Garrett........................... 7 Canady, Destiny...................... 10 Colson, Jessica.......................... 5 Conner, Seth.............................. 5 Corliss, Samantha..................... 2 Covarrubias, Marissa................ 5 Crowther, Amberlee................ 10 Datus, Nathan........................... 5 Daviscourt, Kallie...................... 5 Dee, Cole................................... 5 Durbin, Taylor............................ 5 Fisk, Bailey................................ 2 Freeman, Malik......................... 5 Fuss, Kathrin.............................. 5 Garcia-Vicente, Luisa................. 5 Garrett, Skyler........................... 2 Garrett, Sydney......................... 5 Ginnett, Emma.......................... 5 Gordon, Jack............................. 5 Handyside, Trevor..................... 5 Haux, Haylee............................ 5 Heilman, Marilyn....................... 5 Hillis, Taylor............................... 5 Howard, Mack.......................... 5 Jaquez, Zachary....................... 5 Jones, Tabitha............................ 5 Kadouh, Madison...................... 7 Knutson, Savannah................... 5 Kramer, Drew............................ 5 Leibold, Abygail...................... 10


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Martin, Caleb............................ 5 Martin, Grace............................ 2 Martin, Grace............................ 5 Martin, Morgan......................... 5 Maybury, Justice....................... 5 Mccormick, Raymond................ 5 Mccormick, Troy........................ 5 Mcfarlane, Amber..................... 5 Mcfarlane-Kastli, Kailye............ 5 Melvin, Logan............................ 5 Meurs, Zackery....................... 10 Miller, Richard........................... 5 Monroe, Andrew..................... 10 Moore, Jacob............................ 5 Morozova, Elmira...................... 5 Morse, Keldon........................... 5 Mullins, Rylie............................. 5 Navarro, Calista........................ 5 Nelson, Jessica.......................... 5 Newton, Cara........................... 5 Nolasco, Domingo Juan............ 5 Notter, Kalayla.......................... 5 Nunez, Mario............................ 5 Peek, Hannah........................... 5 Pruett, Kristina........................... 5 Ramsey, Christopher.................. 5 Ray, Olivia................................. 5 Reiners, Skyler........................... 5 Rightmyer, Gavin....................... 5 Rinehart, Cole............................ 5 Scales, Melissa.......................... 5 Selig, Sean................................ 5 Skjonsby, Makinna.................... 5 Somerday, Hailey...................... 5 Stewart, Angel.......................... 5 Stotts-Starks, Lauren.................. 5 Strong, Carley........................... 5 Swann, Samuel......................... 5 Swanson, Conner...................... 7 Thomas, Hannah....................... 5 Tilton, Cole................................ 5 Todd, Savannah........................ 5 Tomas Gaspar, Alexander......... 5 Trammell, Peyton....................... 5 Urbanowski, Nico..................... 5 Van Dijk, Paige.......................... 5 Varick, Cole............................... 5 Vicente, Ana.............................. 5 Vigil, Florencio........................... 5 Welander, Corinne.................... 5 Wight, Aubriana....................... 5 Wilson, Blake............................ 5 Wing, Tessia.............................. 5 Wolfe, Rhianna......................... 5 Zuniga, Keara........................... 5 TOTAL........................ 504

OLYMPIC HIGH SCHOOL

Acedo, Josie Marie Danielle...... 1 Adams, Kelsie........................... 5 Adams-Voge, Sean.................. 17 Ajtun Vicente, Yesica.................. 8 Anton, Abigail......................... 13 Aquiningoc, Joseph................. 10 Arriza, Christian........................ 5 Asaro, Madison......................... 8 Aurandt, Ashley........................ 8 Bachand, Jayla.......................... 5 Bahaghighat, Sincere.............. 10 Baker, Jamie............................ 12 Baker, Kristopher..................... 11 Baleto, Angelina........................ 5 Barr, Stephanie.......................... 6 Barron, Taylor............................ 6 Barry, Adrienne......................... 1

Credits Student Name

Basaliza, Ria Ellen..................... 5 Basaliza, Ryle Christopher......... 8 Baxter, Cailyn............................ 5 Becar, Chayse.......................... 12 Becar, Paityn............................ 13 Behrens, Ramiel......................... 5 Benson, Mackenzie................. 15 Bergen, Faith........................... 10 Berkley, Nathan........................ 5 Bess, Kelly............................... 10 Bigelow, Kayla.......................... 5 Binder, Kyle............................... 5 Birkenfeld, Shelby................... 10 Bocon, Daniel............................ 5 Bogen, Abbie.......................... 15 Boisen, Emma............................ 6 Bokuku Pitiol, Pantrin................ 5 Bolds, Devon............................. 5 Bonnette, Alexandra............... 10 Borras, Mouffee........................ 5 Bradford, Levye......................... 5 Branner, Jordann....................... 5 Bredeson, Elijah....................... 10 Brockman, Kyle......................... 8 Brown, Saoirse.......................... 8 Bryant, Blake............................ 5 Bryant, Tehya............................ 5 Burke, Piper............................... 8 Burleigh, Devin.......................... 6 Burns, Kiela............................... 5 Burr, Dylan................................ 5 Byers, Colby.............................. 8 Cabrera, Aliyah......................... 5 Camasto, Karly......................... 5 Campana, Katelyn.................... 1 Candaso, Zowe....................... 10 Caoile, Benjamin..................... 15 Capuano, Alissa........................ 1 Carpio, Gloriana....................... 5 Carrier, Darrian......................... 6 Castillo, Felix John..................... 5 Castro, Carmen......................... 8 Catel, Emlyn.............................. 5 Chacon Logan, Angelica............ 5 Chambers, Shanda.................... 5 Chapman, Rebekkah................. 6 Chu, Damien............................. 5 Clark, Kendall......................... 10 Coard, Lillianna......................... 5 Coard, Patrick........................... 9 Coleman, Annissa..................... 5 Coleman, Dejah......................... 6 Conner, Cody............................ 5 Convis, Tyler.............................. 5 Corbin, Gabrielle....................... 8 Cornish, Joshua......................... 5 Cox, Samuel............................ 13 Coxen, Stephanie.................... 10 Coyle, Lindsey........................... 5 Craig, Abby.............................. 1 Crandall, Gabrielle.................. 13 Dahl, Madison........................... 5 Dakis, Heivett............................ 1 Davis, Chloe.............................. 5 Davis, Nicole............................. 6 Dean, Keaton............................ 6 Dean, Logan.............................. 6 Dela Rosa Beverly, Ryan Matthew........................... 1 Denis, Samantha....................... 5 Desoto, Morgan........................ 4 Desoto, Peyton.......................... 5 Dixon, Alisha............................. 5 Dixon, Anthony......................... 5 Dower, Cale............................. 13

Credits Student Name

Dozier, Thomas.......................... 8 Duron, Anne.............................. 5 Earl, Cody................................. 5 Eberhart, Jason......................... 5 Enguillado, Julian.................... 15 Enriquez, Rollie.......................... 5 Espada, Natalie......................... 8 Estabillo, Ricah Mei................. 10 Estepa, Gimalaine..................... 5 Estepa, Jemina Lynn.................. 5 Evitts, Nicole.............................. 6 Fajardo-Ivie, Noah.................... 5 Famaatid, Angel........................ 5 Famularcano, Ruby Ann............ 5 Fassnacht, Hailey...................... 5 Ferguson, Brian....................... 10 Fernandez, Tommy.................. 10 Filler, Erica................................. 8 Firchau, Ashley........................ 20 Flores, Aaron Xavier................. 4 Floyd, Ian................................ 13 Forster, Kyle............................... 5 Foster, Tiffany.......................... 15 Fox, Matthew............................ 8 Frogge, Imani............................ 5 Garcia, Liezel............................ 6 Geier, Jared............................... 6 Gentile, Robert.......................... 5 Gerardino, Nathan Henry Reyes.............................. 5 Goldizen, Ethan......................... 5 Graf, Kaytelin............................ 6 Graham, Noah.......................... 5 Grose, Curtis........................... 12 Guadiz-Candare, Mylene.......... 5 Guski, Malya............................. 8 Gutierrez, Karleigh.................... 5 Hamilton, Alexander................. 4 Hammonds, Adonis................. 10 Hanke, Caysey........................ 10 Hansen, Jordan......................... 9 Harris, Hanna........................... 6 Harris, Mia.............................. 15 Harster, Christine....................... 5 Hartman, Karalynn................... 5 Hawkins, Brett........................... 5 Hayes, Mykhael........................ 5 Haynes, Damion........................ 9 Hays, Hope............................... 6 Hazzard, Ella........................... 14 Hemming, Gavin....................... 6 Herndon, Dylan....................... 10 Hesby, Ola.............................. 13 Hickcox, Reilly......................... 10 Higham, James....................... 22 Hodges, Ethan........................... 6 Hogan, Lucas............................ 4 Holladay, Kristiana.................... 6 Horsley, Maya........................... 5 Horst, David.............................. 4 Hough, Holly........................... 11 Hutchinson, Kimberly................ 4 Hutchison, Connor..................... 5 Ignacio, Juliana......................... 5 Ignacio, Kyle............................. 8 Jacobi, Tiffany........................... 5 Jayroe, Dylan............................ 5 Johnson, Dez............................. 5 Johnson, Kolby........................ 10 Johnson, Ryan-Marie................ 8 Jones, Alexis............................. 8 Kahala, Jeremiah-Keoki.......... 10 Kalauati, Jessika....................... 8 Kalauati, Litia.......................... 13 Kelly, Austin............................. 13

Credits Student Name

Kleinfelter, Benjamin.................. 9 Klingler, Christian.................... 13 Kono-Santos, Daelyn................. 5 Kraai, Tijmen............................. 6 Kriebel, Jacob.......................... 10 Kristiansen, Melanie.................. 5 Krueger, Jarrad......................... 5 Lababit, Maleah........................ 8 Lagat, Arly.............................. 10 Lair, Seth.................................... 5 Lamas-Underhill, Myra.............. 6 Lambert, Andrew...................... 4 Laprath, Jordan......................... 8 Larsen, Bailey............................ 5 Lax, Griffin................................ 9 Lebeau, Reese........................... 8 Lindsey, Jane............................. 7 Loescher, Ethan.......................... 8 Logue, Whitney......................... 5 Lollie, Jaden.............................. 5 Loonam, Sydney....................... 5 Love, Matthew........................... 4 Luty, Gabrielle......................... 13 Madison, Logan...................... 13 Marburger, Raymond................ 5 Martin, Tryston.......................... 8 Masga, Jaelah........................... 8 Mason, Lashane........................ 5 Matheny, Chase......................... 1 Matheny, Zoie........................... 5 Matias, Ernesto........................ 26 Mccann, Andrew....................... 4 Mccorkle, Morgan..................... 5 Mccrossan, Madison.................. 5 Mcfall, Madelyn........................ 6 Mcinnis, Kaydra........................ 5 Mclean, Demetrius..................... 5 Melencio, Anya......................... 5 Metzger, Logan.......................... 5 Miranda, Adrian....................... 8 Moe, Glenn............................... 5 Monzon, Danielle Rose.............. 5 Moore, Dangelo........................ 5 Morrell, Kaitlyn.......................... 4 Mosher, Maxwell....................... 5 Mowry, Rebecka..................... 15 Muhleman, Hailey..................... 8 Mulcahy, Mckenna.................... 5 Mullins, Kyle.............................. 5 Murray, Aschley........................ 5 Murray, Benjamin...................... 5 Myers, Branden......................... 8 Naparan-Richards, Jordan........ 5 Nelson, John............................. 1 Nelson, Raymond.................... 10 Nemeth, Jacob.......................... 5 Nichols, Edward...................... 15 Oleary, Cameron...................... 5 Oliver, Antonio.......................... 5 Olmo, Moisha........................... 9 Oreszko, Beyoncae................... 6 Oreszko, Erica........................... 6 Osbourn, Nicholas.................... 5 Ovalle, Carlos......................... 15 Pablo, Jayde............................. 5 Pajimula, Isaiah......................... 5 Palea, Savaii............................. 5 Pangelinan, Armani.................. 5 Pantig, Alexander James........... 9 Parizek, Spencer..................... 10 Parker, Jordan........................... 6 Parker, Zayla............................. 8 Parrish, Alexa........................... 8 Partsch, Carli............................. 5 Peck, Lauren.............................. 5

Credits Student Name

Peck, Logan............................. 15 Pederson, Jenna...................... 13 Pereira, Elijah............................ 3 Pereira, Elijah............................ 5 Pereira, Jaiden........................ 10 Peterson, Emily.......................... 5 Piper, Natalie............................. 5 Pius, Atson.............................. 10 Polsin, Sarah Ann...................... 6 Porter, Allie................................ 8 Porter, Charlene........................ 5 Poteat, Sojoyner........................ 7 Prouse, Erin............................. 11 Pykonen, Adam........................ 4 Quiggins, Tyler........................ 13 Quinn, Christopher.................. 10 Quintanilla, Ilissa....................... 8 Quintero, Jacob......................... 5 Rapczak, Toshiaki.................... 10 Resol, Chelsea......................... 13 Reyes, Marco.......................... 10 Reyes, William........................ 13 Reynante, Daniel..................... 10 Richardson, Malia..................... 5 Roberts, Adia............................ 9 Roberts, Zoe.............................. 4 Rodriguez, Alize........................ 6 Rodriguez, Neil......................... 5 Rohwein, Erin............................ 6 Rusiana, Alijah.......................... 5 Salva, James Pascual.............. 10 Sanderson, Annalyse.............. 10 Sangha, Prabhdeep.................. 5 Santos, Melvin........................... 5 Santos, Shane......................... 10 Saucedo, Rosary....................... 6 Scott, Sage................................ 4 Seachord, Jacob...................... 13 Self, Shae.................................. 5 Seman, Estherica....................... 5 Serrano, Jayanne...................... 8 Shaw, Caleb.............................. 4 Shaw, Katherine........................ 1 Silva Pai, Jleisha........................ 8 Sim, Michael............................ 10 Singer, Steven............................ 4 Skeens, Kaelon.......................... 5 Solomon, Rachel........................ 1 Sparks, Madison....................... 9 Stanger, Brittney...................... 10 Stephenson, Micah.................. 10 Stewart, Nakita......................... 8 Strong, Madison........................ 8 Sullivan, Jacob.......................... 4 Sumayan, Jenylle Jane.............. 5 Thebeau, Samantha................ 10 Thompson, Hayley.................... 5 Thompson, Monique.................. 5 Thorson, Rebekah................... 15 Tiefer, Skyler.............................. 8 Toledo, Tre................................. 5 Torres-Hernandez, Angelina.... 10 Tran, De..................................... 5 Tran, Sebastian........................ 10 Trottman, Kyilene..................... 10 Troy, Hanna............................... 8 Troy, Sydney............................ 10 Tufts, Ethan.............................. 10 Tuitasi, Kepola......................... 10 Turnquist, Evan.......................... 4 Tyner, Madeline......................... 5 Vaal, Austin............................. 10 Van Cleave, Jacob..................... 5 Vega, Kiyanna.......................... 6 Vellay, Trenton........................... 5

Credits

Vialpando-Hutton, Isabelle........ 8 Viles, Braden........................... 18 Vo, Rose.................................... 4 Wade, Colton.......................... 13 Wade, Ellie.............................. 10 Walters, Matthew...................... 5 Warner, Madison...................... 5 Warren, Michael....................... 5 Washburn, Blake....................... 1 Washburn, Olivia...................... 8 Washburn, Vanora.................... 8 West, Isaiah............................... 5 Wetherby, Elora......................... 8 White, Tyrelle............................ 5 White-Mccauley, Haile............. 16 Williams, Jazzmyn.................... 5 Willis, Jakarran......................... 5 Wolfe, Ellie................................ 6 Wright, Kiley............................. 5 Wrye, Kaitlyn............................ 8 Yanas, Tyra.............................. 18 Yarborough, Lauran.................. 5 Young, Emma............................ 5 Zapata, Edwin........................... 4 Zarate, Ernesto.......................... 5 Zeitler, Sydney......................... 13 Zuver, Mikayla.......................... 8 TOTAL...................... 2476

SHELTON HIGH SCHOOL Alvarez, Jose............................. 7 Bailey, Gage.............................. 7 Belgarde, Sarah........................ 7 Bell, Darlene.............................. 7 Bostrom, Kolton......................... 7 Brown, Abigail.......................... 7 Burris, Tiffani............................. 7 Combs, Jacob............................ 7 Dohring, Joshua........................ 7 Du, Christina-Charlagne............ 7 Faucher, Anthony...................... 8 Forbes, Emma........................... 7 Foucheth, Jasmin....................... 7 Garcia, Cynthia......................... 7 Girardin, Jessica........................ 7 Green, Madison........................ 7 Greenwalt, Nikolas................... 7 Grgich, Kyrie............................. 7 Hagmann, Cheyanne................ 7 Halajian-Yackley, Allison........... 7 Holcomb, Mckenzie................... 7 Inman, Hunter........................... 8 Isham, Zacariah........................ 7 Johnson, Paige.......................... 7 Kennedy, Vanessa..................... 7 Lagasa, Kameron...................... 7 Lofgren, Alexus......................... 7 Martin, Kennedy....................... 7 Martin, Rafael........................... 7 Mcgrew, Joeseph....................... 7 Mcguire, Isabelle....................... 7 Morales, Christopher................. 7 Navarrete, Noe......................... 7 Olson, Michael.......................... 7 Petrowski, Alexandria............... 7 Pfaff, Connor............................. 8 Phythian, Makenna................... 7 Radford, Adam......................... 7 Robinson, Curt........................... 7 Ruel, Simone............................. 7 Schell, Kristin............................. 7 Soha, Kacie............................... 8 Sponburgh, William.................. 7 Torres-Hooker, Maria Celia........ 7 Villalobos, Leah......................... 7


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Villeda, Pablo............................ 7 Warren, Justin........................... 7 Williams, Alex........................... 7 Wood, Tessa.............................. 7 Yarbrough, Tristen..................... 8 TOTAL........................ 355

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Abel, Ariel................................. 5 Acdal, Kyle................................ 5 Adkison, Millissa....................... 3 Agbisit, Gabrielle...................... 3 Agee, Alex................................ 5 Albertson, Rachel...................... 5 Alfera, Keely........................... 10 Alvord, Selah............................ 5 Anderson, Avery....................... 5 Anderson, Deion....................... 6 Anderson, Nathaniel................. 1 Andrews, Hannah..................... 5 Archuleta, Elea.......................... 5 Arnold, Isabel............................ 5 Asay, Ethan............................. 10 Atkinson, Victoria...................... 8 Avril, Sierra............................... 5 Baehr, David.............................. 4 Bailey, Christopher.................... 5 Bailey, Morgen.......................... 3 Baniqued, Elyssa Joan............... 5 Barringer, Hallie........................ 8 Barton, Jordyn.......................... 3 Bassen, Parker.......................... 2 Bassett, Conner........................ 15 Baxley, Jacob............................ 5 Bayne, Austin............................ 5 Beigler, Joseph.......................... 4 Benavente, Donovan................. 4 Bender, Kassandra.................... 3 Beresheim, Jagher..................... 4 Bielanin, Kayla.......................... 5 Blowers, Cierra.......................... 3 Bolar, Whitney........................... 5 Bonnici, Julia............................. 5 Bouchard, Rachel...................... 5 Bradley, Joseph......................... 5 Branch, Tyler.............................. 5 Breese, Breanna........................ 5 Bressanello, Giacomo................ 5 Brown, Kayley........................... 5 Bumgardner, Sean..................... 2 Cable, Douglas.......................... 6 Calaunan, Ellana....................... 5 Camarata, Jackson................... 5 Campbell, Meghan.................... 5 Campbell, Rebekah................... 3 Canady, Andrew..................... 10 Carlson, Connor........................ 4 Carter, Alexander.................... 10 Casey, Leera.............................. 5 Cermak, Statia.......................... 5 Chiguina, Benny........................ 4 Christensen-Adams, Gianni....... 5 Clark, Casandra........................ 3 Clarke, Bruce............................. 2 Clauson, Kendell....................... 6 Cline, Kinsey.............................. 5 Close, Kenneth.......................... 5 Craner, Cole.............................. 5 Creighton, Xander..................... 2 Crossley, Kailey......................... 5 Croston, Katelynn...................... 1 Cryder, Jillian............................ 5 Cucciardi, Calli.......................... 5 Dalton, Matthew........................ 5

Credits Student Name

Dauber, Kimberly...................... 5 Davis, Breeanna........................ 5 Davis, Izaiah............................. 4 Davis, Preston............................ 5 Davis, Rebecca.......................... 3 Dedios Nuno, Laysha................ 3 Delcour, Timothy........................ 5 Dewalt, Diavionne..................... 4 Dick, Quinn............................... 5 Dillard, Emily............................. 6 Dominguez, Madeline............... 5 Dorris, Anna.............................. 5 Drouin, Morgan......................... 5 Duerre, Mckena......................... 3 Duryea, Joshua......................... 5 Duryea, Madison...................... 3 Dutt, Jacob................................ 4 Eddington, Darby...................... 9 Elliott, Sabrina........................... 7 Ellis, Austin................................ 5 Emley, Mason............................ 5 Enos, Charles............................. 2 Esaterday, Scott......................... 5 Farman, Haleigh....................... 3 Farmer, Archie........................... 3 Fears, Colton........................... 10 Fitch, Anthony........................... 5 Flanick, Tiffany.......................... 3 Fletcher, Mckenna...................... 3 Flores, Valeria........................... 3 Fogerty, Alexander.................... 1 Foster, Greer.............................. 5 Frankeberger, Jordan................ 4 French, Jake.............................. 3 Fritz, Emily................................. 3 Gall, Joshua.............................. 5 Garcia, Jade.............................. 5 Gaskey, Sarah........................... 7 Gattenby, Elizabeth................... 5 Gavern, Sarah.......................... 7 Gay, Austin............................... 4 Gentz, Devin Ray...................... 5 Gerolaga, Nicole....................... 3 Gest, Robert.............................. 4 Gilliam, Alyssa.......................... 5 Gilliam, Kelsea.......................... 3 Glenn, Noah............................. 5 Glisson, Garrison...................... 5 Gojkovich-Gardner, Alexis........ 3 Gottlieb, Raeanna..................... 3 Grader, Maxwell....................... 4 Greenwood, Chandler............... 7 Greer, Ethan.............................. 5 Grice, Mariah............................ 5 Guerrero, Logan........................ 5 Haarstad, Ryan......................... 3 Hacker, Colin............................. 5 Hackman, Kirsten...................... 8 Hale, Kurtis............................... 5 Hammond, Kendal.................... 8 Haner, Grace............................. 3 Harmon, Lynn......................... 10 Harris, Makenzie....................... 7 Harteloo, Kate........................... 5 Hartmann, Nathan.................... 5 Hassebrock, Berkley.................. 1 Hastings, Robert........................ 2 Hatten, James............................ 4 Heberlein, Jacob........................ 1 Heembrock, Hailee.................... 7 Henderson, Lillianne.................. 5 Henderson, Ryan....................... 4 Henyan, Caleb.......................... 5 Hernandez, Mariela.................. 5 Hildebrand, Elizabeth................ 7

Credits Student Name

Hill, Sarah................................. 3 Hitchcock, Logan....................... 5 Hocog, Kyle............................... 5 Hovik, Samantha...................... 3 Howery, Myles.......................... 4 Huffman, Cameron.................... 4 Hughson, Samantha.................. 5 Hulse Lew, Nicholas................... 5 Hulse-Lew, Jillian....................... 5 Hutchins, Alexandria................. 5 Hutchinson, Clayton.................. 5 Hutchison, Alex......................... 6 Illingworth, Destiny.................... 7 Jacobs, Adam........................... 2 Johnson, Amani........................ 3 Johnson, Ethan.......................... 2 Johnson, Parker........................ 5 Johnson, Robert........................ 5 Johnston, Deven........................ 5 Jones, Kathryn.......................... 5 Jorgensen, Penny...................... 5 Jose, Jarvis................................ 4 Kalilimoku, Drew....................... 5 Keating, Nigel........................... 6 Kelly, Thomas............................ 9 Kelton, Zoie............................... 5 Kennedy, Naia.......................... 5 Keyes, Davonn.......................... 2 Kirby, Tayler.............................. 8 Klinger, Gavin........................... 5 Koenen, Robin........................... 4 Kramer, Camilla........................ 3 Lacross, Chloe........................... 5 Lacy, Tyler.................................. 5 Lamoureux, Ethan..................... 1 Lane, Katherine......................... 3 Lang, Hunter.............................. 5 Lantrip, Kelsey........................... 1 Larios, Alejandro....................... 5 Larsen, Taylor............................ 3 Larson, Annie............................ 5 Lebron, Alexandra.................... 1 Lee, Hannah.............................. 5 Lee, Isaac.................................. 8 Lenza, Emma............................. 5 Leroue, Cydney......................... 5 Levalley, Ariana......................... 5 Lightbown-Facer, Kyra............... 3 Little, Daniel............................... 4 Lkhamgombo, Erkhembayar..... 1 Lopez, Martha........................... 3 Loury, Hannah.......................... 5 Low, Jayden.............................. 4 Lowry, Emily.............................. 3 Ludlow, Megan.......................... 7 Luke, James............................... 6 Macapinlac, Khaila Gen............ 3 Macomber, Bailey...................... 3 Main, Connor............................ 5 Major, Michael.......................... 5 Mansfield, David..................... 10 Marin, Nathan.......................... 4 Marion, Dominique................... 5 Marvik, Magnus........................ 9 Matanane, Deandre.................. 5 Mccartney, Krysten.................... 5 Mccoy, Brendan......................... 5 Mccready, Alyssa...................... 3 Mccreary, Kayla........................ 3 Mcduffie, Candace.................... 3 Mcedward, Kaylee.................... 3 Mcedward, Kaytona................. 5 Mcgrath, Kristopher................... 5 Mcknight, Kayla...................... 10 Meigs, Carlee............................ 3

Credits Student Name

Melton, Isaiah............................ 5 Mercer, Alexis............................ 5 Meserve, Joshua....................... 4 Miller, Jullianna......................... 3 Millet, Aspen............................. 3 Moffett, Gaege.......................... 4 Monroe, Kyle............................. 5 Montez, Anthony..................... 10 Moore, Nicole........................... 5 Moore, Talia.............................. 3 Morkert, Sydney....................... 3 Morkert, Willow........................ 3 Murray, Timothy........................ 5 Myers, Avery............................ 5 Myers, Braiden.......................... 4 Myers, Kainoa........................... 5 Nation, Monica......................... 5 Nelson, Isabelle......................... 8 Nelson, Zanna.......................... 3 Newman, Daniel....................... 4 Nietfield, Levi............................. 4 Nordbye, Colin.......................... 5 Nunley, Tabitha......................... 1 Nystrom, Nicole........................ 1 Obnial, Andrei.......................... 5 Ohman, Monica........................ 1 Oliver, Austin............................. 4 Olmstead Jr., Matthew.............. 4 Olson, Ashley............................ 5 Osullivan, Maria....................... 5 Overlie, Joshua......................... 5 Padgett, Santriese...................... 4 Pangelinan, Rianna................... 6 Parker, Abigail.......................... 3 Parrott, Marcello........................ 9 Pearson, Blake.......................... 5 Perras, Kailynn.......................... 3 Person, Cameron....................... 5 Petersen, Hannah...................... 5 Peterson, Trystin........................ 5 Pieze, Alison.............................. 6 Prewitt, Angelina....................... 3 Prince, Olivia............................. 5 Quinton, Donovan..................... 4 Raadmae, Brian........................ 4 Ramirez, Makayla..................... 5 Rank, Alexis.............................. 1 Ray, Daniel................................ 4 Raymond, Steven...................... 1 Reese, Toni................................ 3 Renteria, Hunter........................ 4 Richards, Rhiannon................. 10 Riley, Bruce................................ 5 Riley, Hunter.............................. 5 Rill, Ellie..................................... 5 Ringel, Chelsey.......................... 3 Ringel, Mariah........................... 3 Rodriguez, Sophia..................... 3 Rogers, Gabrielle....................... 3 Rogers, Nicholas....................... 5 Rose, Christian........................... 4 Rosenow, Jacob......................... 5 Ross, Walter.............................. 5 Rothlin, Taylor............................ 3 Rowan, Hayley.......................... 5 Ruane, Collin............................. 1 Rybarczyk, Mary...................... 3 Ryker, Davyn............................. 2 Salvage, Sloan.......................... 5 Salverson, Aimee...................... 5 Sandoval, Gloria....................... 3 Sanger, Trevor........................... 5 Santion, Sabrina........................ 3 Sartor, Jacob............................. 9 Sawyer, Dylan........................... 2

Credits Student Name

Schaefer, Cameron.................... 4 Schaefer, Corbin........................ 5 Schapler, Maclain...................... 4 Schmidt, Tyler............................ 9 Segerman, Olivia...................... 5 Selbig, Jacob............................. 4 Sewards, Jonathan.................... 5 Shaffer, Emmacaroline............... 5 Shaffer, Natassja....................... 5 Shalley, Quenton....................... 5 Sharp, Faith............................... 5 Shiley, Daniel............................. 5 Sicilia, Zebediah........................ 4 Siehl, Emalee............................. 5 Simmons, Amanda.................... 3 Simpson, Adam......................... 5 Sinclair, Chance......................... 5 Smith, Antonio........................... 5 Soileau, Natalie......................... 5 Solano, Emily............................ 3 Solano, Sara............................. 5 Sorensen, Hunter....................... 5 Sorley, Alston............................ 5 Spangler, Morgan..................... 5 Standridge, Hailey..................... 5 Stantion, Adrianna.................... 2 Stantion, Adrianna.................... 3 Stantion, Sabrina....................... 3 Stencil, Seth............................... 4 Stephens, Audrey...................... 5 Sterling, Joshua......................... 5 Stevens, Jonathan..................... 5 Stewart, Kate............................ 3 Stgeorge, Alexia........................ 5 Stigler, Robert............................ 4 Stone, Grayce............................ 3 Stratton, Carley......................... 2 Sullivan, Andrew....................... 5 Sullivan, Kylee........................... 5 Sutherland, Sidnee.................... 6 Sutman, Sara............................ 5 Swatek, Alisha.......................... 2 Sydenstricker, Patricia................ 3 Taylor, Crystal............................ 3 Timmerman, Vincent................. 5 Tinner, Michael.......................... 4 Tomkiewicz, Daniel.................... 5 Trejo, Alicia................................ 5 Tremlett, Kylie............................ 5 Trujillo, Angelo........................ 10 Tsuruda, Carly........................... 5 Tucker, Mariah........................... 5 Vallejo, Lindsay......................... 1 Vamvas, Tyler............................ 5 Van Horn, Kohl.......................... 5 Varney, Kayla............................ 8 Villegas, Andi.......................... 10 Vincent, Kamaria...................... 3 Vo Nguyen, Kenny.................... 4 Vo Nguyen, Monica.................. 6 Wahlbrink, Jacqueline............... 1 Walker, Angel........................... 5 Wargo, Jasper........................... 5 Weaver, Sydney........................ 3 Werder, Mattie.......................... 5 Wessel, Kameryn...................... 1 Whitaker, Jacob........................ 5 White, Aleya............................. 5 Whitefield, Joe.......................... 5 Whynott, John........................... 2 Wickham, Amanda................... 5 Wiggins, Matthew..................... 5 Wilflingseder, Theresa............... 5 Wilkes, Marshal........................ 5 Williams, Rachael...................... 7

Credits

Winn, Nolan............................. 4 Wittig, Katie.............................. 5 Wittman, Katherine................... 3 Woodson, James....................... 3 Woodson, Timothy.................... 3 Worley, Keenan......................... 5 Woyshnis, Brandon................... 5 Yarbrough, Allyson.................... 8 Yi, Esther................................... 5 Yocum, Zachary........................ 7 Zugec, Adam............................ 5 TOTAL...................... 1734

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Bisser, Kathryn....................... 2.5 Blanton, Alec........................... 16 Boozer, David.......................... 12 Bowden, Maliah........................ 2 Brannon, Shaniya................... 25 Burdyshaw, Jordan................. 21 Carley, Logan.......................... 16 Carlson, Jolene........................ 25 Chavez, Alyssa........................ 16 Cochran, Taylor....................... 25 Cornwell, Victoria.................... 21 Dyer, Hunter............................ 16 Franckowiak, Courtney........... 25 Frick, Kyley-Sue......................... 9 Garley, Destiny........................ 21 Green, Logan.......................... 16 Green, Shawn......................... 16 Greenwood, Ivy........................ 7 Hagerman, Madison............... 23 Hartnett, Morgen..................... 25 Horton, Jazzmine...................... 2 Lange, Claudia........................ 25 Lawlor, Courtney..................... 25 Lee, Courtney.......................... 18 Lindsey, Kyra-Ann................... 12 Lynch, Ryan............................. 16 Mattson, Maelena................... 21 Mawson, Elizabeth.................. 22 Mcdaniels, Latavia................ 22.5 Mckenzie, Haden.................... 16 Mckinsey, Aundrea.................. 25 Oak, Alexander...................... 16 Peterson, Emily........................ 21 Redenbaugh, Collin................. 16 Rinearson, Morgan.................... 4 Roberts, Jadin......................... 21 Sahr, Joselyn-Marie................... 4 Sanders, Jorden...................... 28 Schaffer, Andrew..................... 16 Schlage, Anna Marie............... 16 Schuler, Jackson...................... 16 Seitz, Natalie........................ 14.5 Sim, Alyssa........................... 18.5 Simdars, Rebecca.................... 25 Sites, Janjira.............................. 9 Stahowiak, Stephen................ 16 Stoudt, Taiza............................ 16 Tilton, Cole.............................. 16 Voight-Robinson, Levi.............. 16 Wagaman, Alexander............. 16 Walker, Sadie.......................... 14 White, Aleya........................... 28 White, Cameron...................... 16 White, Justin............................ 16 TOTAL........................ 923 GRAND TOTAL....... 10,713


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