Ray High School presents classroom awards

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The entire Ray High School Band was honored for all their achievements this academic year.

Band awards were presented to Mikayla Seller, Brett Smitch, Grant Armendariz, Nick Lara, Andrew Riley and Luke Byrd by Mr. Weber.

Outstanding Art Students were Alex Willis, Savannah Willis, Rosalia Marquez and Yvette Dickey. Mr. Smith is at far right.

Mrs. Guzman presented awards to Robbin Newman, Brittany Paton, Gabrielle Juvera, Christian Casillas and Iliana Goad.

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The 2013-14 Ray High School Classroom Awards Assembly was held last week in the RHS auditorium.

The program opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Student Council President Mikayla Seller followed by Mr. Cook, Principal, who welcomed parents and guests.

Mr. Cook also acted as MC and introduced the following teachers who presented the classroom awards:

Mrs. Guzman – Gabrielle Juvera, Spanish II Academic; Christian Casillas, Spanish I Academic; Illana Goad, Technology I Academic. Also recognized were Brittany Paton and Robbin Newman, Teacher Aid Assistance.

Mr. Weber – Mikayla Seller and Andrew Riley, John Phillip Sousa Band Award; Grant Armendariz,, Patrick S. Gilmore Band Award; Nick Lara and Brett Smitch, Ray High School Band Director Award; Andrew Riley, Louis Armstrong Jazz Band Award; Luke Bryd, Duke Ellington Jazz Award. This year’s entire band was also called on stage to be recognized for their achievements.

Mr. Smith – Yvette Dickey, Savannah Willis, Alex Willis and Rosalia Marquez, Outstanding Art Students.

Mrs. Palmer – Grant Armendariz, Yvette Dickey, Rosalia Marquez, English 4 CP; Abbigale Calhoun, Jason Cruz, Jesse Perez, English 4; Sidney Chenoweth, Sabrina Martinez, Hannah Mercer, Alex Willis, English 3 CP; Kolton Bray, Roy White, English 3; Sidney Chenoweth, Yvette Dickey, Sabrina Martinez, French 2.

Mrs. Jordan – Ashlie Bryce, English II Academic Achievement; Tristin Cupples, English II Most Improved; Kenneth Palmer and Ryan Amos, Academic Achievement, English I CP; Shannon Pitner, Academic Achievement English I; Jocelyn Miramontes, Hardest Worker English 1; Stormee Galka, Savannah Willis, Gabrielle Juvera, Academic Achievement English II CP.

Mrs. Smith – David Yslas, Most Improved in Math; Ella Miller, Most Improved in Reading; Amber Romero, Most Improved in English.

Mr. Cude – Rosalia Marquez, Lucy Sainz, Outstanding Pre-Calculus Students; Jacob Baca, Sydney Chenoweth, Greg Rommerman, Outstanding Algebra II Students; Ainsley Bull, Gabrielle Juvera, Stormee Galka, Savannah Willis, Outstanding Geometry Students; Billy Lutz, Alex Willis, Brittany Paton, Grey Rommerman, Wyatt Phillips, Outstanding Industrial Tech Students.

Ms. Tatge – Ashlie Bryce, Adelina Romero, Amber Romero, Taylor Ashby, Stephanie Lomeli, Hannah Mercer; Leah Wallace, Roy White, Shawna Crippen, Jason Cruz, A’s for 3 and 4 quarters; Ryan Olsen, Julio Noriega, Elisia Romero, Antonio Morales, Austin Herrick, Most Improved. These awards were all given for Math achievements.

Rene Pacheco – Ryan Amos, Cody Arbizo, Jordan Baca, Daniel Bravo, Christian Casillas, Jonah Cude, Gabrielle Montano, Rhiannon Pacheco, Kenneth Palmer, August Patterson, Paul Michael Wormwood, Outstanding Algebra I Students.

Mr. Fuerstenberg – Hannah Mercer, 1st hr. U.S. History Student of the Year; Grant Armendariz, 2nd hr. Government/Econ Student of the Year; Gabby Juvera, 3rd hr. World Geography/History Student of the Year; Ulysses Garcia, 4th hr. World Geography/History Student of the Year; Dominic Bravo, 5th hr. Government/Econ Student of the Year; Luke Byrd, 7th hr. U.S. History Student of the Year.

Miss Varley – August Patterson, Kenneth Palmer, Health Citizenship Award; Jonah Cude, Cody Arbizo, Ryan Amos, Life Science Citizenship Award; Ainsley Bull, Savannah Willis, Gabrielle Juvera, Sarah Dunklee, Tristin Cupples, Cellular Biology Citizenship Award.

Mr. Rubalcaba – Brittany Paton, Forensics.

Mr. Chenoweth – Jason Cruz, Outstanding Male Student of the Year; Lucy Sainz, Outstanding Female Student of the Year.

After the classroom awards Mr. Cook honored Grant Armendariz with the Principal’s Bearcat Excellence Award and Mikayla Seller with the Principal’s Leadership Award.

Vicki Clark (49 Posts)

Vicki started her career in the journalism field while attending Ray High School in Kearny with an excellent teacher who took her by the hand and guided her. She worked on the school newspaper and as a senior was a co-editor. Her dream was to go on to college to study journalism and eventually to travel the world reporting the news.
This dream was interrupted by life circumstances. She stayed in Kearny and went to work for the Copper Basin News in 1964 as a typesetter. Her editor was Ira Q. Toler and he also was a good teacher.
After marrying and having children, her desires to again work in the newspaper field surfaced. She responded to an ad for a position in advertising for the Copper Basin News which included selling, lay-out and design. She was hired on the spot. The business has greatly changed with technology and the introduction of desktop publishing. She was fortunate enough to be a part of it.
She has now worked for Copper Area News Publishers on and off for over 30 years, starting when John Seater was the publisher. She has held many positions over the years, but is most proud to be named a reporter. She loves to write and is so grateful for being given that chance.


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