THS Class of 2010 scholarships, award winners
Here is a list of Tonganoxie High School Class of 2010 scholarship and award recipients:
THS SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship
Jourdan Nicole Tanking
Beatty Valedictory Award
Haley Alyson Field
Ryan J. Burke Memorial Scholarship
Hervey Alexander Fox
Community National Bank Scholarship
Sydney Jan Bennett and Lacey Marie Moore
Don Conrad Scholarship
Jessica Nicole Stinson
Construction & Related Technologies Scholarship
Sarah Marie Swaim and Kenneth Clayton Schultz
Jeremy Elliott Scholarship
Megan Elizabeth Schenk and Cooper Stephen Gish
Richard Ward Fatherley Communications Scholarship
Jessica Marie White
First State Bank Scholarship
Taylor Nicole Davis, Maggie Danielle Franiuk and Emily Margaret Jefferies. Alternate: Abraham Jedidiah Jacobs.
Floyd Freeman Scholarship
Rick David Mills
Girls’ Letter Club Scholarship
Abby Irene Eisman
J.W. Grinter Memorial Scholarship
Richard Lake Ridihalgh. Alternate: Hilary Ann Saathoff.
William “Buck” Knipp Memorial Scholarship
Daniel Francis Holton
Robert Kolman and Raymond Sutton Memorial Scholarship
Austen Thane Holloway
Foster Laming Scholarship
Bethany Kathleen Lees and Nicholas Bradley Irick
Margaret Leighty Chapter AT-PEO Scholarship
Mitchell Robert DeHoff. Alternate: Benjamin Hart Higbee.
Rosalie Lorance Nursing Scholarship
Morgan Renee Lacy
Marie McDaniel Scholarship
Cory Anna Stacer. Alt. Preston Ros Putthoff
Miller-Peruvian Connection Scholarship
Haley Alyson Field and Austin Red Baragary.
Maureen Mills Memorial Scholarship
Molly-Ann Arline Wells
Bradley Wayne Nickel Memorial Scholarship
Zachary Reid Kaighin
Northeast Kansas Superintendents’ Scholarship
Dylan James Delaney
PEO Scholarship (Chapter HS)
Alison Marie George. Alternate: Kristina Marie Allen.
Lauren Kathleen Hall
Jon Quarles Memorial Scholarship
Margaret Elizabeth Derzinski. Alternate: Caleb William Wager
Danielle VanLin Lott. Alternate: Devin Lee Botts.
Florence Seeley Riford Academic Scholarship
Dane Ryan Gonser, Bret Lee Koch and Stephen Ray Wilson.
Andy Robbins Memorial Scholarship
Hilary Ann Saathoff
Dollie Scheller Scholarship
Mary Catherine O’Brien. Alternate: Alisha Marie Barnes
Bill Seymour Scholarship
Madisen Marie Yates
Ron Starcher Memorial Scholarship
Justin Michael Crotty
Student Council Scholarship
Dalton Gene Torneden
Tonganoxie Booster Club Scholarship
Andrea Elizabeth Jeannin and Jeremie Alexander Maus
Tonganoxie Chamber of Commerce Business Scholarship
Dylan Maurice Young
Tonganoxie Civic Club Scholarship
Alanna Nicolette Dominguez and Matthew Stephen Titterington
THS Alumni Association Scholarship
Lindsey Alden Fatherley and Jared Lee Knipp. Alternate: Shelby Ann Heskett.
THS Faculty Scholarship
KaCee Nicole Fischer
VIP Music Booster Club Scholarship
Caleb William Wager (Instrumental)
VIP Music Booster Club Scholarship
Alisha Marie Barnes (Vocal)
White Family Scholarship
Matthew Phillip Marquette
Yates & Jones Scholarship
Shelby Lynn Maxon and Benjamin Read Myers
OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS
The Class of 2010 was awarded $776,900 in scholarships from outside sources, such as colleges, parent employers, etc., that may be used during the course of their college careers.
• Makenzie Armstrong, Leavenworth County Farm Bureau Scholarship
• Austin Baragary, Jewell Scholarship, William Jewell College Newspaper Scholarship, EWI Scholarship and Executive Women’s International Scholarship Program.
• Sydney Bennett, Leavenworth Count Farm Bureau Scholarship
• Andrew Bouza, soccer scholarship, academic award and legacy scholarship from Bethany College, FFA Alumni Scholarship and THS FFA Alumni Scholarship.
• Sarah Carr, dance scholarship, Ottawa University.
• Taylor Colgrove, soccer scholarship, Pratt Community College.
• Taylor Davis, Hiawatha Halloween Pageant Scholarship, Commerce Bank of Hiawatha; Douglas County 4-H Scholarship, Douglas County Livestock Association; Carol O’Berle Scholarship, Kansas FCCLA; Senior 4-H Member Scholarship, Jayhawk 4-H Club; and academic scholarship, Pittsburg State University
• Mitchell DeHoff, foundation and first-in-class scholarships Kansas State University.
• Alanna Dominguez, Scholars Hall Award, University of Kansas.
• Abby Eisman, volleyball and academic scholarships, Ottawa University.
• Lindsey Fatherley, softball and academic scholarships, Highland Community College.
• Haley Field, Presidential Scholarship, Dorean Scholarship and Timothy Days Scholarship, Manhattan Christian College; Foundation Scholarship, Kansas State University; and Legacy Christian Church Scholarship.
• Maggie Franiuk, Academic Achievement Award, Pittsburg State University.
• Alison George, Hays City Silver Award, Fort Hays State University.
• Kelsey Gill, JCCC Foundation Scholarship and Sprint Scholarship, Johnson Co. Comm. College.
• Dane Gonser, academic scholarship, University of Kansas; Meyer Family Scholarship, Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Leavenworth County F-H Foundation Scholarship, Endowment Association.
• Lauren Hall, athletic scholarship, Presidential Scholarship, Dorean Scholarship and
Timothy Days Scholarship, Manhattan Christian College; leadership scholarship, Kansas State University.
• Shelby Heskett, Academic Achievement Award, Pittsburg State University.
• Austen Holloway, football Scholarship, Southwestern College.
• Nicholas Irick, debate and fine arts scholarship, University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh; Midwest Student Exchange Scholarship, Midwest Student Exchange Program.
• Andrea Jeannin, Valedictorian Award and Academic Achievement Award, Pittsburg State University.
• DJ Lindsay, track scholarship, Wichita State University.
• Angela Jacobs, softball scholarship, Kansas City Kansas Community College
• Emily Jefferies, Presidential Scholarship, Goucher College.
• Zachary Kaighin, Copper Award, Fort Hays State University.
• McKenzie Knight, softball scholarship, Highland Community College.
• Jared Knipp, academic and mass communications scholarships, Ottawa University.
• Danielle Lott, academic and pre-pharmacy department scholarships, Emporia State University; Annabelle Morris Memorial Scholarship, Cushing Memorial Hospital.
• Shelby Maxon, Presidential Scholarship, Kansas City Kansas Community College.
• Carson McCormick, rodeo scholarship, Coffeyville Community College.
• Lacey Moore, K-State Memorial Scholarship, Kansas State University.
• Benjamin Myers, Leon Lallier Scholarship, Wyandotte County Farm Bureau; Rosenkrantz/Wentworth Scholarship, Cushing Memorial Hospital; Leavenworth County Farm Bureau Scholarship.
• Mary O’Brien, Merit Scholarship and Presidnetial Scholarship Competition, Benedictine College; Knights of Columbus Scholarship, Knights of Columbus Council 11352, Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
• Nikki Pennington, softball scholarship, Kansas City Kansas Community College.
• Richard Ridihalgh, FFA Ford Truck Scholarship, Ford Truck Company; and Ted & Nora Anderson Scholarship, Kansas American Legion.
• Hilary Saathoff, FFA Ford Truck Scholarship, Ford Truck Company; FFA Alumni Scholarship, THS FFA Alumni; Kansas Junior Livestock Association, Leavenworth County Beef Association and Leavenworth County 4-H Foundation scholarships; and livestock judging scholarship, Hutchinson Community College.
• Keaton Schaffer, Pioneer Basketball Scholarship, Kansas Wesleyan University.
• Megan Schenk, Knights of Columbus Scholarship, Knights of Columbus Council 11352, Sacred Heart Catholic Church; Academic Achievement Award and Alumni Legacy Scholarship, Pittsburg State University.
• Cory Stacer, Freshman Achievement Award, University of Kansas.
• Sarah Swaim, Foundation Scholarship, Kansas State University; Presidential Scholarship, Honors Scholarship, Timothy Days Scholarship, Manhattan Christian College.
• Molly-Ann Wells, Achievement Award and Concordia Alumni Scholarship, Concordia College; Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Scholarship Award and Church Career Scholarship.
• Lauren Williams, soccer scholarship, Neosho County Community College.
• Stephen Wilson, track scholarship, Johnson County Community College.
• Dylan Young, Hays City Silver Award, Fort Hays State University.
KSHSAA CITIZENSHIP AWARD
This is an award made available by the Kansas State High School Activities Association and voted upon by the high school faculty on the basis of respect for country, responsibility for improving school and community and reverence for life. According to the state guidelines, one girl and one boy are selected for this award. The 2010 recipients are Lindsey Fatherley and Austin Baragary.
KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY MATH AND SCIENCE AWARD
Each year, Kansas State University recognizes the outstanding students in mathematics and science in each graduating class across the state. The students are selected by the Mathematics and Science Departments. The student selected this year: Mitchell DeHoff.
DALE DENNIS EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION AWARD
The United School Administrators of Kansas are proud to sponsor the Dale Dennis Excellence in Education Award. The purpose of this award is to provide schools the opportunity to recognize a senior for his/her citizenship, service, scholarship and use of common sense. THS faculty voted on the award. The 2010 recipient is: Austin Baragary.
KANSAS SCHOLARS CURRICULUM COMPLETERS
The Kansas Board of Regents sponsors a program to acknowledge the graduates of Kansas high schools who have completed the regents college preparatory curriculum of four units of English, four units of math, including algebra I, geometry, and algebra II and a higher level math, three units of science, which must include biology, chemistry and physics, three units of social science, and two units of foreign language. Forty of the 2010 seniors have met this criteria.
Here are the curriculum completers: Mason Aye, Austin Baragary, Alisha Barnes, Sydney Bennett, Devin Botts, Taylor Davis, Mitchell DeHoff, Dylan Delaney, Abby Eisman, Lindsey Fatherley, Haley Field, Cameron Fish, Maggie Franiuk, Ali George, Cooper Gish, Dane Gonser, Lauren Hall, Benjamin Higbee, Abraham Jacobs, Angela Jacobs, Andrea Jeannin, Emily Jefferies, Bret Koch, Bethany Lees, Danielle Lott, Shelby Maxon, Rick Mills, Lacey Moore, Benjamin Myers, Mary O’Brien, Colin Rosewicz, Hilary Saathoff, Keaton Schaffer, Cory Stacer, Jessica Stinson, Sarah Swaim, Molly-Ann Wells, Stephen Wilson, Madisen Yates and Jessica Zinser.
KANSAS STATE SCHOLARS
These awards are made by the State of Kansas on the basis of high performance on the ACT College Entrance Exam and the student’s cumulative GPA. In addition, each student is required to complete the Board of Regents’ Recommended Curriculum. The students honored will be eligible for scholarship monies from the State of Kansas depending on financial need. Seven of the 2010 seniors have been designated as State Scholars: Austin Baragary, Mitchell DeHoff, Haley Field, Dane Gonser, Andrea Jeannin, Emily Jefferies and Sarah Swaim.
CLASS OF 2010: 4.0 GPA students
Austin Red Baragary, Mitchell Robert DeHoff, Haley Alyson Field, Andrea Elizabeth Jefferies, Jared Lee Knipp, Danielle Van Lin Lott, Shelby Lyn Maxon, Hilary Ann Saathoff, Sarah Marie Swaim and Molly-Ann Arline Wells.