Briefs from the area schools.
St. Mary's High School releases first quarter honor roll
St. Mary's High School has released the names of students in grades 9-12 who earned honor roll status. They include the following:
Platinum Honor Roll 4.01 - 4.33
Seniors: Eric Drey, Chris Hansen, Erin Nurse.
Juniors: Katie Drey, Jessica Netsch, Jennifer Petersen, Kasey Vogel, Roseanne Wolf.
Sophomores: Amanda Brady, Kelly Keenan, Amanda Sheller, Padget Smith, Rebecca Wilson.
Freshmen: Lindsey Clausen, Michelle Drey, Jon Sheller.
Gold Honor Roll 3.70 - 4.00
Seniors: Susan Frederick, Moly McKenna, Ryan Rust, Adam Woodle.
Juniors: Daniel Fredrick, Amanda Hoffard, Megan Kestel.
Sophomores: Keri Hartogh, Teri Kenyon, Billy Mach, Andrea Welch.
Freshmen: Samuel Becker, Maddie Rust, Bridget Smith
Silver Honor Roll 3.25 - 3.69
Seniors: Zuzane Andreanska, Joel Altringer, Meghan Cavanaugh, Jill Kestel, Allison Snyder.
Juniors: Matthew McKinney, Eric Wordekemper.
Sophomores: Tim Brown, Jeffrey Langner, Ben Ortmann, Stephanie Raulie, Jeff Spears, Jesi Wiltse.
Freshmen: Becky Drey, Kassie Drey, Jacob Droessler, Ashley Godfredson, Beth Hansen, Marisha Imming, Jimmy McKenna, Felisha Miller, Matty Richardson, Kayla Snyder, Michelle Weaver.
Honorable Mention 3.0 - 3.24
Seniors: Tara Schweller
Juniors: Nick Brown, Justin Coon, Angie Laven, Joe Fitzgerald, Joey McCollum.
Sophomores: Bri Barber, Ashley Campbell, Kyle Drey, Ryan Gessner, Ashley Hammen.
Freshmen: Allison Campbell, Jeff Lussman, Nate Nees, Travis Smith.
Millang receives scholarship
Amy Millang of Storm Lake has received a $250 Boone Campus Scholarship from the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) Foundation for the fall semester.
Millang graduated from Storm Lake High School in 1993 and is now enrolled in DMACC's nursing program. She is the daughter of Bruce and Pamela Milbrandt of Storm Lake.
Studying the Holocaust to be presented
Community Education is sponsoring "Studying the Holocaust: Sights, Sounds, Sensations" on Wednesday, Nov. 8 at the Middle School Media Center from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Professor Dixie Bartholowmew-Fels, a Buena Vista University Interim 2000 traveler, will present a perspective insight on the group's visit to Poland, Israel and the Czech Republic.
The registration fee is $5 and the registration deadline is Monday, Nov. 6 and may be made at Community Education, 419 Lake Avenue.