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4.0 Grade Point Average
6th: Hunter Hulse, Brooke Wehrman, and Tressa Wehrman
5th: Taylor Fallis, and Sophia Pancost
4th: Emma Cline, Brooklyn Gosvener, and Sydney Heller
3rd: Anna Feldkamp, Maggie Labertew, Tyra Meyer and Kaleb Schroeder
3.5 – 3.99 G.P.A
6th: Dillyn Brummer, Lizebeth Cline, Jaxson Heenan, Katlyn Homewood, MeKelle Hurlbut, and Zachary Rose
5th: Goldie Dohe, Valden Dohl, Clara Griffiths, Emma Griffiths, and Kaylee Johnson
4th: Brody Batchman, Kimberly Fitzhugh, Kailea Goss, Lucile Harp, Ella Hogan, Lane Homewood, Gunner Hulse, Matthew Lawson, Kolton Palmer, and Jacob Schultz
3rd: Hailey Apps, Summer Bates, Greyson Boor, Rylan Gier, Bella Naylor, Hannah Pahls, Harlan Pancost, Mason Petitt, Alana Pritchett, Caitlyn Sigle, Jazmin Sommerlund, Alex Waggle, and CD Webber
On the SLUHS Biology 2 class participated in the Wilson Regional Eco-Meet. Participants included Tanner Kubick, Caitlyn Kinser, December Gier, and Kalieb Garcia. The students were challenged to test their knowledge over the species in the Kansas prairie by completing a scavenger hunt. Also, they took two tests over aquatic invertebrates and the wetlands/aquatic habitat. Lastly, they participated by completing a interpretive event where they created a five minute skit where they portrayed different Kansas species.
The SLUHS team placed 4th overall, 4th in scavenger event, and 5th in the interpretive event. Tanner Kubick individually placed 3rd in the invertebrates test and 5th in the Wetlands/aquatics test. Congratulations to all SLUHS Eco-Meet participants!
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September 16th, 22 students form SLUHS went to Clay Center for a day of learning about leadership, and to come out of their comfort box. During the day we had five stations that we went through. We learned how influence is a great impression on other people and how you want to have a good influence on all of your surroundings. For the closing session Miss. Green talked to us about how we have influence on our community and world.
The Sylvan-Lucas FFA chapter enjoyed a livestock judging clinic held at the Sylvan Grove sale barn on Saturday, September 5. Students learned how to judge sheep, goats, cattle and pigs. Sarah Heller and Ray Withers along with many other volunteers led the FFA kids and gave tips on how to correctly place and select livestock. There were approximately 17 FFA members who attended the event. The Sylvan-Lucas FFA sponsors and students want to thank everyone who helped make this event possible!