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Tiger scholars awarded for academic excellence

Osmond scholars honored at Academic Breakfast

The Osmond Tiger high school and junior high school students who achieved academic success were honored Friday, January 20 in the multi-purpose room at Osmond Community Schools.

There were 28 students who made Osmond Honor Society. To earn admittance into Osmond Honor Society, students must be on Semester Honor Roll twice in succession.

The majority of the students on the list were seniors (13). These were Shelby Aschoff, Bailee Gillespie, Hannah Gutz, Brock Johnson, Hailey Johnson, Kendyl Koehler, Preston Koehler, Curtis Kralicek, Diane Kruse, Bryan Manzer, Tyler Reikofski, Tucker Timmerman, and Tyler von Rentzell.

There were ten juniors who also made into Osmond Honor Society: Alex Alderson, Colton Beacom, Leslie Jensen, Drew Krenert, Aleia Kumm, Alex Kumm, Ethan Pfanstiel, Andrea Schmit, Erin Schultz, Shelby Stelling.

Sophomores Adriona Buchanan, Brandi Gansebom, Nick Reikofski, Haven Schultze, and Mariah Stech.

Students who earned their way on to Superior Honor Roll and Honor Roll were also honored. There were 26 students on the Superior Honor Roll, and there were 44 students on Honor Roll.

On Superior Honor Roll, there were five students: Grace Gansebom (7th), Bailey Schmit (7th), Connor Gutz (8th), Zachary Huwaldt (8th), and Connor von Rentzell (8th).

Ninth graders Zachary Alderson, Grace Broekemeier, Joshua Gansebom, Kennedy Johnson, Landon Stelling, and Ashley Wingert were on Superior Honor Roll. There were two sophomores on the list: Brandi Gansebom and Haven Schultze.

Juniors on Superior Honor Roll were Alexander Alderson, Colton Beacom, Jessica Jensen, Drew Krienert, Andrea Schmit, Erin Schultz, and Shelby Stelling.

There were six seniors on Superior Honor Roll: Shelby Aschoff, Hannah Gutz, Hailey Johnson, Kendyl Koehler, Tyler Reikofski, and Tucker Timmerman.

Several students junior high school students earned their names on Honor Roll: Macy Aschoff (7th), Hunter Beacom (7th), Lillie Gansebom (7th), Mason Gansebom (7th), Kiera Moes (7th), Kenzie von Rentzell (7th), Riley Wagner (7th), Keaton Wattier (7th), Johnson Chishiba (8th), Aleynah Gray (8th), Hayle Krienert (8th), and Graysen Schultze (8th).

There were ten ninth graders on the list: Alex Brestel, Aaron Chishiba, Hannah Ferry, Madeline Huwaldt, Mary Kahny, Brittany Krienert, Alexis Solorzano, Logan Stelling, Keaton Timmerman, and Makenzie Vargas.

Jared Bessmer, Adriona Buchanan, Makenzie Johnson, Nicholas Reikofski, Mariah Stech, and Kayla Wingert were sophomores on the list.

Brenden Hille, Leslie Jensen, Aleia Kumm, Alexander Kumm, Caitlin Kumm, Ethan Pfanstiel, Kelly Schuettler, and Zachary Sims made it as juniors.

Seniors Bailee Gillespie, Paul Gubbels, Brock Johnson, Preston Koehler, Curtis Kralicek, Diane Kruse

Bryan Manzer, and Tyler von Rentzell were all on Honor Roll.