FDSH recognizes 126 students for academic achievement
Fort Dodge Senior High held an Academic Letter Award Ceremony on Sept. 14 to recognize students for outstanding academic achievement.
The 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 67 students with their Academic Letter at this event. In addition, 39 students earned their first bar and 20 additional students earned their second bar.
“We are proud and excited to be able to celebrate academic achievement this way,” said Kenneth Hayes, FDSH principal. “It’s a huge accomplishment to maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA in high school, and I’m honored to recognize these deserving students for their academic efforts.”
Students earning their Academic Letter include: William Acree, Kira Albright, Shivani Bhatt, Alexis Hemann, Kaden Pederson, Hannah Reynoso, Breanna Tjebben, Jenna Williams, Joley Bird, Maxwell Brehm, Tiara Caughron, Nathanael Hayes, Ethan Vinson, Abigail Adams, Antavion Adams, Hope Anderson, Geoffrey Astor, Jasmine Baguhn, Brycen Bell, Nicholas Bice, Maximillian Birkey, Mason Bockoven, Grace Champagne Johnson, Kathryn Cochrane, Nolan Daniel, Elora Fierke, Kathryn Flores, Addison Frakes, Kane Freeman, Isaac Hage, Shane Halligan, Sally Hiveley, Makinna Johll, Laney Jones, Sydney Karr, Daniel Leigh, Sierra Leith, Ciarra Love, Jonathon Madden, Nathanial Madden, Elle McCarthy, Ellie McClintock, Kaydence Messerly, Jordan Morud, Sabryn Myers, Aledixia Omayio, Alaina Porter, Russell Potratz, Zachary Read, Alicia Reed, Taylor Roberson, Joscelynn Rosalez, Halle Rude, Katie Rushton, Michael Schroeder, Skylar Simon, McKayla Smith, Taylor Smith, Tayte Specht, Rachel Sporrer, Madelyn Sweeney, Asle Thorson, Aiden Trimble, Jesse Vanderpluym, Cassandra Willer, Hoo Won and Jared Yoder.
Students earning their first bar include: Angela Bass, Luke Beckman, Brienna Evans, Rhiannon Gormally, Rachel Joslin, Madeline Knutson, Rinoa Lund, Karisa Meier, Chelsea Sayer, Taylor Willer, Emily Asay, Caitlin Bellingtier, Robert Benson, Nathan Blocker, Brant Christy, Collin Ellsbury, Brooke Erickson, Hannah Gebers, Kacee Gollob, Karlee Grove, Molly Hartman, Keziah Henkelman, Jessica Jordison, Marley Lo, Michael Martin, Drake Miller, Tehya Miller, Addison Moritz, Christyn Nichols, Jace Peterson, Jayzon Potratz, Onastacia Roe, Olyvia Selby, Kayla Smith, Marissa Smith, Anthony Wagner, Aaliyah Warland, Lucas Williamson and Ellison Yoder.
Students earning their second bar include: Aaron Asay, Brayden Bell, Drew Bennett, Raven Breiner, Michelle Chen, Courtney Cordle, Colton DeLanoit, Gabrielle Estlund, Landon Getting, Taylor Hartley, Gina Kramer, Hanna Marks, Natalie Martinson, Olivia Mitchell, Alexis Osterberg, Erin Rogers, Raj Thakor, Elizabeth Van Zyl, Justin Vaughan and Hannah Wadle.
All awards for the academic letter program are sponsored by Availa Bank.