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Assembly recognizes students, activities from the year

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Becky Scoles hugs athletic director Gary Ross. Scoles was recognized for her achievements in the special olympics.

Becky Scoles hugs athletic director Gary Ross. Scoles was recognized for her achievements in the special olympics.

Kitarrah Mangra-Dutcher

Becky Scoles hugs athletic director Gary Ross. Scoles was recognized for her achievements in the special olympics.

In an end of the year assembly many students, clubs and sports were recognized for their achievements. One to three members of 44 different groups were able to place an object representing their activity. Items such as trophies, helmets and banners were placed around a “J” made of pompoms in the center of the gym.

Groups recognized were:

Student Ambassador, Silver Cord, Student Council, Jr./Sr. Board, National Honor Society, French Club, Math Club, History Day, Academic Decathlon, Mock Trial, Big Little Sisters Club, Synergy, Science Olympiad, Archery Club, Madrigal, Rugby, Girls Tennis, Varsity Football, Baseball, Girls golf, Choir, Innovation, Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Boys Golf, Varsity Dance Team, Volleyball, Wrestling, Boys Soccer, Girls Basketball, NSDA Speech and Debate, Best Buddies, Newspaper, Girls Track, Yearbook, High School Bowling, Softball, Girls Cross Country and Special Olympics.

Other groups include the competitive cheer team who placed first at the national competition, boys’ basketball who played in the substate tournament and boys’ tennis who competed in the substate meet.

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