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Students of the Month

Posted: November 15, 2018

November SOM:

Freshman Ryllie McIntyre

Parents are Sheri & Nathan McIntyre.  Ryllie enjoys volleyball and reading.  Her future goals are to be on the honor roll and go to a college like Stanford.  Ryllie wants a career involving history.  It won’t surprise you to know that US History is her favorite class because of her love for history.  

 

Senior Grant Ortiz

Son of Charles & Susan Ortiz.  Grant enjoys forestry, basketball, repairing engines, and riding dirt bikes.  Grant plans to attend Umpqua Community College for the next two years and then will transfer to OSU and get a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering.   Grant’s favorite class at SHS is forestry because he gets to work outside with chainsaws, Skid Steers, and falling trees. 

October SOM:

Freshman Carley Silbernagel

Parents are Amy and Darin Silbernagel. Her hobbies include playing volleyball and swimming.  She really enjoys hanging out with her family and friends.  Something you may not know about Carley, she loves raising and showing pigs! Her future goals include college with the ultimate goal of becoming a delivery nurse.  Her favorite class is agriculture because of the hands on learning! 

Freshman Blake Brown

Son of Jarrod Brown.  Blake enjoys baseball and and basketball.  He also enjoys hanging out with friends and family.  His future plans include a scholarship to college with the ultimate goal of an engineering degree.  Blake’s favorite class is agriculture because it is fun and has lots of fun activities.  

September SOM:

Senior Laney Cordle

Parents are Liv and Jason Cordle.  Her hobby is to read which will serve her well with her future goal of becoming a copy-editor and getting a first look at new novels.  Her favorite class is calculus because Mr. Gerig-Heyerly teaches it and it is a small class.

Senior Ethan Olson

Parent is Kathleen Unrau.  His hobbies include singing, FFA, and video games.  His favorite class is Ag because he loves FFA which will serve him well with his future plans of becoming an Ag teacher.