56 honor students recognized

Marion High School honor students were recognized for keeping a 3.5 grade point average the first three quarters of the school year at the annual Kiwanis Honor Banquet Monday evening; 56 students were awarded certificates of recognition.

Between the meal and the presentation of awards, forensics team members Nick Meyer, Zach Robson, and Justin Terrel presented performances they will compete with at the state forensics meet on Saturday.

Honor students

Seniors

Megan Davies, Alyssa Edwards, Katey Ehrlich, Kaitlyn Frese, Jared Hague, Taylor Heidebrecht, Kelli Hess, Cheyenne Jeffrey, James Jones, Jordan Laurin, Alicia Maloney, Caitlyn Maloney, Lauren McLinden, Nicholas Meyer, Rachel Neil, Megan Richmond, Zach Robson, Amanda Stuchlik, and Kaelyn Thierolf.

Juniors

Sheridyn Arterburn, Jacob Baldwin, Samantha Davies, Breanna Doyle, Julia Hall, Shayla Kline, Raleigh Kroupa, Bret Voth, and Kaylie Waner.

Sophomores

Sydnee Baldwin, Alli Boyd, Reann Hamm, Kirsten Hansen, Kristen Herzet, Erika Hess, Elizabeth Meyer, McKenzee Remmers, Bailey Robson, Emily Schneider, Nicholas Stuchlik, Raul Vilaplana, Courtney Williams, and Timo Zech.

Freshmen

Garrett Alleven, Tyler Arocha, Nathan Baldwin, Aiden Cairns, Katelyn Christensen, Shelby Felvus, Emily Hague, Cade Harms, Marissa Jacobson, Paige May, Taylor May, Shonda Ratzloff, Devin Regnier, and Seth Savage.

 

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