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pAnA 4 April 30:1998 Ouad City. Herald Brewster Students of tr e Qu;arler Cheryl Schweizer photos Breweter High School students of the quarter Include (beck row, left to right); Courtney Riggan, Graclele Marllcal, Nikki Meem, Bonnie Harrison, Yvonne Tellez, James McGee, Jesse Gurney, Johnny Gebbere, Delian HJorth, Juan Sanchez, (front row, left to right) Keith Gipe, Rebekah Gipe, Abel Escobedo, Marie Veldevia, Kathleen Noble and Erlk Hammack. Brewster Junior High school studetns of the quarter Include (left to right); Trevis WiltN, Westley Shaw, Rachel Crane, Nk:ole PariNeu, Dienna Vega, Todd Phillips, Aaron Ledesma, Angels HJorth end Shane Masse. r ,; ; ...... Eric Driessen select00,a Br(00vvster Elementary School principal Eric Driessen, a teacher at Brewster High School and administrative intern, has been selected as the principal at Brewster Elementary School. Driessen will succeed Edith Sattler, who will retire at the end of the school year. Omently Driessenis the high school's resource room (special education) teacher and an administrative aide at the elementary school. He was one of three finalists for the job. "It came down to a kid decision," said district superintendent Jim Kelly. He said he wanted to choose the principal who is best for the students. WILl]' W00ST WIDI00tI|DA? Slot Tournament Custom Draperies & Solar Shades WINNER!l!! Congratulations Betty McI00nney from Omak on your 1st Place $5.00 Win! ,:/Z Slot tournament every  rS r kur,:  i ,t rra 'gq aieSnks _._" Wednesday /f'-- startmg at 6 p.m. AL , , 0kan0gan Bingo Casino H 1-800-559-4643 Okanogan, WA District officials will continue to study the idea of hiring a middle school principal for sixth through eighth grade students, Kelly said. That was one of the options discussed during this search, but financial constraints made it impossible, he said. Dfiessen will begin his new job in August. 'Merlin's Magical Feat' to appear on Patero,,; School lawn The front lawn at Pateros School will turn into (forsooth and gadzooks) a carnival grounds Saturday afternoon, May 9, for the annual school carnival. It will be held from noon to 4 p.m. The 1998 theme is "Merlin's Magical May Fest," featuring a medieval theme. New games will include, jousting, a barter fair, a kiddie area for very small children and a hunt for the Holy Grail, sought in antiquity by King Arthur and his knight. They join classic carnival games such as the fish pond, face painting and pie throwing, hoop shoot, and the country store, which sells plants, crafts, toys and baked goods. An afternoon-long raffle is also part of the festivities, featuring prizes donated by a number of local businesses and individuals. Raffle tickets are available from Pateros High School and Pateros Junior High students and are 50 cents each. Lunch will be available; the cost is $3.50 per person. Although medieval tables did not feature chili or tacos the Ye aide Cafe will serve a choice of either dish as the main course, with fruit medley, dessert and a drink. A concession stand will be open throughout the afternoon, serving popcorn, pretzels, cotton candy, hot dogs and more. Carnival tickets are 25 cent each and are available from third through sixth graders or at the door. The carnival is sponsored by the Pateros Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). Proceeds go to programs supported through the PTO, including swimming lessons, the ski program and teacher stipends. Bridgeport s(nools list honor students Bridgeport Middle School honor roll for 1997-1998 third quarter are as follows: 8th izrade: Ian Turner-4.000; Benjamin Hemandez-3.740; Micaela Martinez-3.675; Stephanie Hagel- 3.660; JJ (Lupe Martinez-3.600; Randy Dahl-3.54, Keith Brown-3.400;,Leticia Hemandez-3.333;JuanitaDeLaCerda- 3.325; Jonathan White- 3.325; Jonathan White-3.325; Maria Zaccanti-3.260; Timothy O'Connell-3.244; Lizeth Magellan-3.175; Christian Montiel- 3.140; Gerardo Valdovinos-3.140; Jaymie Plumb-3.000. 7th tzrade: Amber Brazeau-4.000; Cody Dezellem-3.600; Hailey Henderson-3.600; Jennifer Parsons- 3.600; Marilu Garcia-3.540; Dennis Sullivan-3.500;YanisGonzalez-3.333; Eric Lemons-3.200; Jared Henton- 3.140; Dena Mullin-3.140; Julian Servin-3.120; Liliana Godinez-3.000; Birzabit Silva-3.000. 6th grade: Jenny Howell-3.914; Adam Monroe-3.686; Britt Bomar- 3.629; Diana Brown-3.486; Jaimie Vander-Does-3.443; Virginia Davila- 3.429; Erin Gavin-3.086; Janice Mathews-3.000; Adela Vaidivis- 3.000. Bridgeport High School honor roll for third quarter 1997-1998: 12th tzrade: Cassandra Cruz-4.000; Stefanie Gavin-4.000; Erica JacobsonStefanie Gavin-4.000; Bethany Lynn-4.000; Elizabeth Smith- 4.000; Patrick Dundas-3.957; Melissa Brazeau-3.925; Laurentino Montemayor-3.857; Crystal Nilsen-3.714; Shannon Huff-3.686; CristinsGodlnez-3.614; NancyLopez- 3.581; Noelia Hernandez-3.471; Jose Villanu Casillas-3.450; Maria Barrera-3.338; Cristina Carrillo- 3.288; Nicolas DesJardins-3.286; Mafia I. Garcia-3.229. 11 th rade:Andrea Henton-4.000; Michael White-3.650; Vicente Hernandez-3.575; VidalArciniega- 3.571; Jeffrey Wood-3.288; JoAnn Smith-3.125; Dustin Mathews-3.113; Jerem y Tupling-3.100; Omar Tortes- 3.075; Juan Gameros-3.063; Jason Wood-3.057; Tyler Tyrrell-3.038. 10th tzrade: Delia Hemandez-3.825; Todd Perkins-3.738; Teresa Flares- 3.713; Griselda Barrera-3.488; Ben Lynn-3.488; Melisha Hendricks- 3.463; Holly Crocker-3.450; Ariadna De Dies-3.450; Cristina Ortega- 3.450; Richard Dahl-3.375; Emily Henderson-3.213; Tiera Stokes- 3.229; Gabriela Hernandez-3.213; Vanessa Arciniega-3.125; Margarita Calderson-3.113; Orlanda Hemandez- 3.000; Samuel Martinez-3.000. 9th tzrade: Hannah Johnson-4.000; Juan Solaria Orozco-4.000; Benita Izaguirre-3.888; Kendall Parsons- 3.825;Angie Brazeau-3.750; Katherine Van Meer-3.675; Francisca Barragan- 3.425; Amy Bernardo-3.350; Anna Rubio-3.075; Adalberto Infants- 3.000; Olivia Perez-3.000. Pateros School District list honor roll students Pateros Junior-Senior High wishes to recognize those students who have worked toward academic excellence and have achieved Honor roll status for the third quarter of the 1997-98 school year. Students Achieving a4.0 average: Seniors-Zsussanna Kovacs, Zach Ross, Nathan Sandy; Juniors - Klancy Allen; Sophomores-Nathan Carlson, Melissa Nieuwenhuis, Jimmy Reed, HeidiScroggie,Jesse Steele; Freshmen- Kelly Allen, Claudia Rios; Eighth grade-Samara Sirek-Love; Seventh grade-Ashley Armstrong, Katie Mickels. S uperintendent's List (3.75-3.99): Seniors-Raul Alvarez, Krista Ervin, Annie Neuneker; Juniors-Sarah Troutman; Sophomores-Clint Hull, Anne Keene, Mark Stennes, Beth Tuinstra; Freshmen-Alecia Basler, Katie Dundas, Melissa Eten, Tao Stettler; Eighth grade-Anthony Armstrong, Danni Blackburn, Jill Burnett, Iiya Ivanov, William Keens, J.R. Kemp, Miryia Libbey, Cheyenne Massey; Seventh grade- Renee Basler. Principal's List (3.50 - 3.74): Seniors-Aaron Butler, Jason Crawley, Brian Crooks, Andrea Johnson, Jennifer Lange, Russell Lautensleger, Cindy Nickerson, John Perazzo, Shane Scroggie, Brian Wick; Juniors- Jacob Bucholz, Dustin Miller, Erica Nieuwenhuis; Sophomores-Jorge Lopez, Kevin Stennes, Matt Troutman; Freshmen-Aaron Best, Tara Condit, Adam Veeder, Nate Wareham. Eighth grade-Alex Lange, Andrew Lange, Nalleli Mota, Marcus S tennes, Maria Villasano; Seventh grade-Leah Luchte, Garrett Rains. Merit List (3.00- 3.49): Seniors- HomerAlvarez, Juan Gil, Dan Johnson, Dustin Mauk, Greg Molkjer, Tim Tuengel, Chris Zahn; Juniors-Mary Beth Adam ske, Amber Basler, Joey Bighouse, Eagle Bowen, Robin Butler, Tawny Hofmann, Dustin Johnson, John Kiedrowski, Mafiah Luft, Andy Simmons, Emma Wilson; Sophomores- Holh brawn, Joe Clevenger, JenniferCrooks, Kaarina Garibay, Cameron Hofmann, Jessica Ogas; Freshmen-Yurivia Barrios, Richard Carmack, Brian Ehlenbach, Tymen Hofmann, Paris Lilly, Taylor Rains,Tamsin Wilson. Eighth grade- Armando Gamez, Jeff Zahn; Seventh grade-Geogg Hiltz, Rachel Huerta, Wiley Moulton, Esmeralda V'dlasano. Scholarships available for Brewster students Applications are being accepted for a scholarship given in memory of longtime Brewster residents Jim Wick and Roy Weldon. 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