Honoring DHS graduates

On Sunday, the Denison Community School Board and administration honored graduates who are serving in the military, had the best attendance and earn grade point averages in the top 10 percent of the class. Pictured, Superintendent Mike Pardun (right) places a medal around the neck of one of the top 10 percent students. High school principal Dave Wiebers is at the podium. School board members, from left, are Larry Andersen, Kris Rowedder, Joe Lally, Derek Lambert and John Held. Photo by Gordon Wolf

Special recognition was given at Denison High School graduation on Sunday for those serving in the military, for best school attendance and for earning grade point averages that are among the top 10 percent of the class.

Military Service

The following students will be serving the country in one of branches of the military.

  • Janae Gonzalez
  • Leo Nava
  • Ian MacGregor
  • Diego Estrada
  • Chandler Johnson
  • Samuel Neeman
  • Michael Parr
  • Chole Armijo
  • Jason Amezcua

Attendance Recognition

The following four students had the best school attendance for their four years of high school.

  • Cindy Lee
  • Estefania Zaragoza
  • Gabby Chance
  • Madison Bruck

Academic top 10 percent

Sixteen students were recognized for being the in the top 10 percent of the class. To rank in the top 10 percent of the Class of 2019, a student needed to earn a grade point average of at least 3.8096 on a 4.0 scale.

  • Paula Bekkerus
  • Madison Bruck
  • Vanessa Gunderson
  • Sarah Heilesen
  • Alex Mohr
  • Peyton Schultz
  • Morgan Goslar
  • Sandibel Sandoval
  • Austin Scheuring
  • Reagan Andersen
  • Kambrie Dau
  • Jamie Jepsen
  • Irma Guzman
  • Tanner Welsh
  • Mikayla Rauch
  • Ashlyn Bowker

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