FDSH holds first-ever academic letter award night

Recognizes 141 students for academic achievement

Fort Dodge Senior High held its first-ever Academic Letter Award Night March 21 to recognize students for outstanding academic achievement.

The new program recognizes students who have earned a 3.5 or higher grade point average for three consecutive semesters. The first time students achieve this accomplishment they receive the Academic Letter and each additional time they achieve a 3.5 grade point average for three consecutive semesters they receive a bar to put on their letters.

FDSH honored 141 students with their Academic Letter at this event. In addition, 38 students earned their first bar and 21 additional students earned two bars.

“There is so much success here at Fort Dodge Senior High and academics is no exception,” said Dr. Kenneth Hayes, FDSH principal. “I am honored and enthusiastic to be able to share in the academic successes of our students through the Academic Letter Award program. I am also grateful to Availa Bank for sponsoring this program and helping us to begin this recognition!”

Students earning an Academic Letter include (* = 1 bar earned and ** = 2 bars earned):

Seniors

Hannah Amhof**, OlyviaAuten, Noelle Barber, Miranna Bass**, Hannah Beshey*, Andrea Blocker**, Jonathan Bowser**, Anna Bruen**, Myleesha Clayton, James Curtis**, Cole Davis*, Brennan DeCoursey**, Keaton Dornath**, Lucas Durand, Mitchell Emery*, Alexis Erickson*, Jacey Ferrell**, Cierra Fors*, Taylor Gibson**, Mason Gotto*, Dylan Hanson, Meagan Hartmann**, Catherine Hatton**, ZainabIllo**, Christopher Kehrberg, Ashley Kelly*, Jordyn Kloss**, Annalisa Laird**, Gretta Leigh**, Adam Moore, Megan Nebel**, Noelle Olmstead*, Megan Patrick**, Ozzymandius Pattison, Alexandrea Paulson**, Adam Plautz, Alexis Potratz, Taylor Potter, Brady Read*, Brayton Rude, Andrew Ruge*, Andrew Schertz*, Hailey Sorenson*, Emma Stackhouse, Caden Stephan, Anna Taylor**, Lehr Thorson*, Sydnee Waggoner** and Ryan Wagner**.

Juniors

Hailey Anderson, Aaron Asay*, Angela Bass, Luke Beckman, Brayden Bell*, Drew Bennett*, Raven Breiner*, Jeremy Brower*, Michelle Chen*, Courtney Cordle*, Colton DeLanoit*, Gabriella Estlund*, Brienna Evans, Landon Getting*, Rhiannon Gormally, Caitlin Grogan, Taylor Hartley*, Lucas Jacobson, Rachel Joslin, Madeline Knutson, Gina Kramer*, Tyrnan Lara, Rinoa Lund, Hanna Marks*, Natalie Martinson*, Nicholas Martinson, Karisa Meier, Olivia Mitchell*, Beth Murman, Alexis Osterberg*, Bennet Pals, Nicholas Reeck*, Erin Rogers*, Alaysha Ross*, Chelsea Sayer, Nathan Scherff*, KadeSolverson, Dakota Stenzel, Raj Thakor*, Julie Thompson, Elizabeth Van Zyl*, Justin Vaughan*, HannahWadle*, Haley Waldera* and Taylor Willer.

Sophomores

Daphne Alstott, Ebonee Altman, Emily Asay, Emma Baade, Caitlin Bellingtier, Robert Benson, Nathan Blocker, Drew Callon, Karla Cervantes-Galvan, Danielle Chen, Brant Christy, Michelle Cook, Aubrey David, Collin Ellsbury, Brooke Erickson, Logan Finowski, Hannah Gebers, Kacee Gollob, Boston Gordon, Karlee Grove, Molly Hartman, Christopher Hatton, Keziah Henkelman, Nehemiah Hippen, Jessica Jordison, Jamie Lennon, Marley Lo, Michael Martin, Drake Miller, Tehya Miller, Addison Moritz, Christyn Nichols, Jace Peterson, JayzonPotratz, Onastacia Roe, Maritza Santana-Bass, Olyvia Selby, Kaden Smith, Kayla Smith, Marissa Smith, Grace Sweeney, Juliet Thompson, Anthony Wagner, Aaliyah Warland, Mackenzie Weber, Lucas Williamson and Ellison Yoder.

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