The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club hosted a party for eighty-six Austin Elementary School third graders who made the BUG Honor Roll the fourth grading period. BUG (Bringing Up Grades) is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives to third graders to improve their grades. To make the BUG Honor Roll, a student must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any others. BUG Honor Roll students are thrown a party to celebrate their achievements and presented a certificate identifying the subject(s) they improved, a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll. snacks and prizes. Pizza was provided at this party. BUG Honor Roll students in Ms Stagnolia’s class are Sloane Barrett, Briley Bary, Cole Bohlander, Jonmichael Bowling, Ryan Collins, Tyler Collins, Allyson Davidson, Gavin Earl, Kailyn Gibson, Shayna Hall, Elizabeth Hiler, Jared Kemper, Kaleb Kersteins, Ashlynn Madden, Emma Marlow, Brayden Morris, Wyatt Pruett, Xander Richie, Elijah Weddle and Jaxon Wilson. BUG Honor Roll students from Mrs Coomer’s class are Chloe Blaylock, Joshua Blevins, Madalynn Buckel, Peyton Caplinger, Jeremiah Clay, Emaleigh Edwards, Cooper Hall, Lauren Hanner, Kailey Helton, Gauge Hubbard, Landon Keith, Brayden Konkler, Tracer LaMaster, Andy McIntosh, Kaidence McIntosh, Jordan Netherton, Jayleigh Schepman, Rakia Spellman, Billy Spicer, Abigail Terry, Khloe Watts and Hailey White. BUG Honor Roll Students from Mrs Stamper’s class are Jasmine Acuan, Kingston Begley, Woody Bowers, Ben Bowling, Braden Caudill, Brooklyn Coulter, Madison Hickman, James Johnson, James Kearns, Jackson Martin, Hailee McCormick, Micah McCoskey, Orlando Neace, Kaeda Orman, Madeline Pelston, Adalyn Shuler, Kaylie Spicer and Thomas Smith. BUG Honor Roll students from Mr Carr’s class are Gabe Arevalos, Malikah Dean, Thomas McCormick, Jaden Owens, Rikelme Pinto-Herrera, Johnny Stewart, Hattie Strong, Samantha White and Audrey Williams. BUG Honor Roll students from Ms Norton’s class are Nevaeh Barger, Kayleigh Brown, Kyler Collins, Kruz Dozier, Connor Engleking, Desiree Estep, Draken Galeucia, Tayliana Gipson, Grayson Ingram, Kloey Kallembach, Dustin Keith, Harrison Kilburn, Maggie Mosley, Bryson Mullins, Jessie Stacy, Levi Terry, and Allysson Wass. Congratulations to these outstanding students for their academic achievements. We wish them the best of luck as they enter the 4th grade.
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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club hosted a BUG Party for eighteen third graders at Johnson Elementary School for making the BUG Honor Roll the fourth grading period. BUG is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives to third graders to improve their grades. To make the BUG Honor Roll a student must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any other subjects. BUG Honor Roll students receive a certificate identifying the subject(s) they improved signed by their teacher and Principal, a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll, prizes and snacks. Pizza was provided at this party. BUG Honor Roll students in Ms Rose’s class are Braiden Castillo, Ali Couch, Ayden Crain, Isabella Davidson, Sara Elliott, Emma Engle, Kevin Moore, Nicholas Scott, Fable Smallwood, Jasiah Spears, Arya Stillions, Jacob Taylor and Beth McBride. BUG Honor Roll students in Ms Meadow’s class are Kaden Akers, Harlie Baldwin, Grady Duckwall, Broden Schoettmer and Henry Tellez. Congratulations to these students for their achievements and good luck in the 4th grade!
Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Terry Davis presented $1,400 in scholarship awards to five students at a recent dinner/meeting at The Kitchen on The Square in Scottsburg. Scholarship recipients were Rachelle Jones from Austin High School who will be attending the University of Southern Indiana, Shelby Cole from Austin High School who will be attending Hanover College, Makalyn Brown from Scottsburg High School who will be attending Bellarmine University, Alexa Howser from Scottsburg High School who will be attending Indiana University and Kayla Morris from Scottsburg High School who will be attending Indiana State University. The Kiwanis congratulated these outstanding students on their accomplishments and wished them the best of luck with their studies.
Terry Davis, President of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented Skyler Coomer a $500 scholarship check at a recent meeting of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club at The Kitchen on the Square in Scottsburg. Skyler will be attending Indiana University where she will be studying English and Journalism. She recently graduated from Austin High School where she was the Charter President of the Austin High School Key Club. The Kiwanis members congratulated Skyler and wished her the best in her studies.
The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club hosted a BUG party for ten third graders who improved their grades at Johnson Elementary School during the third grading period. BUG (Bringing Up Grades) is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives to students to improve their grades. To make the BUG Honor Roll a student must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any other subjects. BUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Meadow’s class are Harlie Baldwin, Peyton Bruke, Carson Cravens, Josh Thomas and Broden Schoettmer. BUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Rose’s class are Ali Couch, Emma Engle, Tina Sandlin, Nicholas Scott and Jacob Taylor. Special thanks to Lake Point Village and Doris Marcum for providing the snacks. Congratulations to these students.
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Congratulations to the new Austin High School Key Club. They were chartered in a ceremony held at AHS. Charter Officers are President Skyler Coomer, Vice President Katie Lovell, Secretary Summer Squires, Treasurer Joseph Smith, Editor Kiley Birchwell, Senior Director Kaylin Carter, Junior Director Emily Pelston, Sophomore Director Olivia Miner and Freshman Director Luke Watts. There are sixty-two charter students in the club. The AHS Key Club is sponsored by the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club and hosted by Austin High School. Terry Davis is the Kiwanis Advisor and Rusty Jones & Chandra Tally are the Faculty Advisors. Key Club is an international student led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Their vision is to provide caring, competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide. Key Club is one of the family of Kiwanis clubs in their Service Leadership Programs. Some of the projects they’ve been involved in this year include fundraising for a student’s family, creating and providing Valentine cards for every student at AHS, assisting with the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfasts, planning an Adopt a Grandparent Program and sending two students, Kiley Birchwell and Emily Pelston to the Indiana Key Club District Leadership Convention in Muncie, IN. The Kiwanis congratulate the AHS Key Club on their charter and look forward to serving the community with them.