Stevens Students Honored for Stampeder Pride

Stevens Students Honored for Stampeder Pride
Posted on 04/20/2017
Stevens Students Honored for Stampeder PridePort Angeles, Wash. – Thirty-one Stevens Middle School students were selected as Students of the Month for April and were honored Wednesday, April 19 at a luncheon at the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center prepared by the Center’s culinary arts students.  The seventh and eighth grade students were recognized by their teachers for exhibiting Stevens Stampeder pride.

The following students were honored:  Ana Arndt, Jeannette Cary-Dewater, Teagan Clark, Harmon Colfax, Kira Commerton, Brantyn Fisler, Lane Flanigan, Marissa Graham, Emi Halberg, Sadie Hancock, Daniel Hedden, Lillian Hickey, Trenton Indelicato, Harley Leonard-Buchmann, Ethan Michaelis, Johnathan Nicholls, Colby Nicholson, Jaeden Platt, Tanner Price, Ashton Reynolds, Jenna Sanders, Avery Saul, Kristina Shumway, Khloe Stanard, Claire Tyson, Gunnar Volkmann, Maxine Waddell, Samuel Willey, Noah Willey, Zoe Williams, and Amy Zhu.

Accompanying photo shows three of the April Students of the Month enjoying punch and Rice Krispi treats prepared by Skills Center Culinary Arts students as part of a Mexican food-themed luncheon.  Left to right, are:  Teagan Clark, Colby Nicholson, and Trenton Indelicato.

Photo Credit:  Port Angeles School District

Six character traits, aligning with the school’s PRIDE topics, are celebrated at Stevens Middle School during the 2016-17 school year. 

For additional assistance, contact:

Tina Smith-O’Hara
Communications and Community Relations Coordinator
Port Angeles School District