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In Scholarships And Awards Announced Monday For The CHS Class of 2006
I'm invoking my "all
or none rule" today and won't list any names and awards as I don't have
time to type in all of those I managed to get in my notes. I still have work
to do to prepare for graduation tomorrow. Based on my camera results from Baccalaueate
Sunday and the assembly today, I suspect I will only get usable photos of graduates
getting their diplomas for about half the students as they cross the stage.
It will likely take me a day or two to make my final updates to all of the individual
senior pages. If you get a good photo and I don't add one to their page I will
accept photos for a few days after graduation. I will then shift back to working
on photos and CDs requested in the past few weeks. -- Ted 1:45 Monday 5/15/2006
ranging from $50 cash to full-ride scholarships were announced today for the
2006 CHS seniors. Some students had better results than others for the payoff
of years of academic and sporting efforts plus months of filling out local applications
and college financial aid forms. The announced total so far this year was $700,000.
That total seems to rise each year, but so does the cost of a college education.
|An email received
Monday afternoon (after the awards assembly):
I was notified by
Dr. Shelly Butler-Allen from Cherokee Nation that Rebyl Richardson is
one of four recipients of the Cherokee Nation Education Corporation
Scholarship. She will receive $1000.00 per semester. Shelly said it
was a rigorous review of the 10 semi-finalist nominations for the scholarship
over the past few weeks. She said the applications were outstanding
and all candidate qualifications reflected a high degree of academic
preparation and service to their community. She said it made her proud
to see our JOM students academically, socially and mentally prepared
to meet the challenges of a new passage in their lives. Shelly said
it was difficult to select the final four (4) scholarship recipients.
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