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New staff to join Pleasant Hill R-III District this Fall

Staff vacancies and reassignments within the district have allowed thirty-six new staff members to join the district this fall. They will begin new teacher workshops on Aug. 5.

 

Primary School

Amanda Bennett will serve as a Primary School Special Services Paraprofessional. For the past 6 years, she was a childcare provider where she prepared children for kindergarten, supervised play time and problem solving skills.

Mallory Downs will serve as a part-time Recess Aide / Teacher Assistant. For the past 8 years, she has volunteered at the Primary School while being a stay at home mom. Prior to that, she was an Asst. Manager for The Gymboree Corporation.

 

Lori Goodpaster will serve as a Second Grade teacher. This past year, she was a Third Grade Lead teacher for Truman Elementary in the Hickman Mills School District. She has a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education from Graceland University.

 

Lisa Hamilton will serve as an Administrative Assistant. For the past 4 years, she was a Director of Marketing / Administrative Assistant for St. John LaLande Catholic School in Blue Springs, MO. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Pittsburg State University.

 

Holly Thoreson Kober will serve as a First Grade teacher and bring three years of experience to the District. For the past two years she was a First Grade teacher at Kingsville School District. She has a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science from the University of Central Missouri.

 

In her first year of teaching, Alyssa Lemke will serve as a First Grade teacher. She completed her student teaching in Kindergarten classes at the Pleasant Hill Primary. She received a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from the University of Central Missouri this past May.

 

In her first year of teaching, Bethany Newman will serve as a First Grade teacher. She completed her student teaching as a 2nd Grade teacher with the Blue Springs School District. She has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from University of Central Missouri.

 

Lydumyla Smith will serve as a Special Services Paraprofessional. She brings 2 years of experience to the District as a paraprofessional from Ottawa School District. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Ukrainian Language and Literature from Zhitomyr State Pedagogical University.

 

Tammy Thompson will serve as a Second Grade teacher. She was a 5th Grade classroom teacher at Crest Ridge Elementary. Prior to that, she was an Account Manager with All Points, Inc for 4 years. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Graceland University.

 

Marsha Trent will serve as a Primary School Kindergarten Co-teacher and bring twenty two years of experience to the District. She was an ESL Teacher for the Hickman Mills School District prior to subbing for the District for the past two years. She has a Bachelor of Science from Emporia State University and a Masters of Special Education from the University of Kansas.

 

 

Elementary School

Bringing 15 years of experience to the District, Kayla Taylor will serve as Principal. For the past 6 years she was the Assistant Principal of Sunset Valley Elementary in the Lee’s Summit School District. She received a Bachelor of Science from Northwest Missouri State University and a Master of Arts from Baker University and an Educational Specialist in School Leadership from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Allyssa Clark will serve as a Paraprofessional. She will bring experience working with preschoolers as she previously worked at All About Kids Learning Center in Holden and was a substitute for Kelly Services.

 

Audrey Horn will serve as a Vocal Music teacher and will bring 3 1/2 years of experience to the District. She was an Elementary Vocal Music teacher for the Sherwood Cass School District. She has a Bachelor of Music Education and Master of Music Education from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

 

Brooke Nebel will serve as a Secretary and will bring 9 years of experience working with younger children. Previously she was a Paraprofessional for the Sunset Valley Elementary with the Lees Summit School District.

 

Kara Wehmeir will serve as an Elementary School Paraprofessional. For the past three years, she was a caregiver for Simply Home Caregiver where she was responsible for assisting elderly or anyone that needed assistance with daily activities.

 

 

Intermediate School

Antonette Manker  will bring 2 years of experience to the District and serve as a Special Services Paraprofessional. She was a Paraprofessional Specialist for two years, with the Lee’s Summit School District. She has a Bachelor of Music from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Sheila Nettleton will serve as Lead Nurse and will bring more than 25 years of experience to the District. Since moving from Illinois she was a Trauma Registrar & Community Health Educator for Research Medical Center. She received her Associates in Nursing Applied Sciences from Parkland College in Champaign, IL.

 

Middle School

Dakota Ioanis will serve as a Special Services Paraprofessional and bring 2 years of experience to the District. He was a 6th -12th Grade Social Studies Teacher and Middle School and High School Scholar Bowl Coach at Calhoun School District. He has a Bachelors from Drury University and a Masters from University of Central Missouri.

 

Bringing 3 years of experience to the District, Emily Morlan  will serve as an Art teacher. She was an Art teacher for Richmond High School for the past 3 years. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Missouri State University a Master of Arts from the University of Central Missouri.

 

In her first year of teaching, Kealie O’Brien  will serve as a Vocal Music teacher. She completed her student teaching at Northwest High School in the Blue Valley School District. For the past year, she was also an Assistant Music Director at Central United Methodist Church. She has a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of Missouri.

 

Ali Tomlin will serve as a English Language Arts teacher and bring two years of experience to the District. She was an 8th Grade ELA Reading and Writing teacher for Lexington School District last year. She has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Missouri.

 

High School

Returning to the District, Lance Barrett will bring 21 years of experience and will serve as a Math and Personal Finance teacher. He was a Math teacher at Fort Osage High School for the past 14 years. He has a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Bringing 3 years of experience to the District, Brandon Dean will serve as a SPED Co-teacher. He was a Credit Recovery teacher and Paraprofessional with the Blue Springs School District. He is expected to complete his Bachelor of Arts in Special Education from Western Governor’s University in the Spring 2020.

 

Kaitlyn Green will serve as a Counselor and will bring 3 years of experience to the District. She was a Family and Consumer Science Teacher at Reed Springs High. She has a Bachelor of Secondary Education from Missouri State University and a Master of Science in School Counseling from Evangel University.

 

Daniel Hedrick will bring 4 years of experience to the District and will serve as a SPED Co-teacher. He was a Special Education teacher for the Independence and Richmond School Districts. He received a Bachelor of Special Education Cross Categorical from the Northwest Missouri State University.

 

Bringing 27 years of experience to the District Mike Hedrick will serve as an ISS and Physical Education teacher. He will also be the Head Football Coach. He was a Physical Education teacher and Head Football Coach for Holden High School for the past 7 years. He has a Bachelor of Science from Missouri Valley College and a Master of Arts from Webster University.

 

Taylor Holthaus will bring 3 years of experience to the District and serve as an Art teacher. For the past three years, she taught Art with the Cameron School District. She has a Bachelor of Science from Kansas State University and a Master of Arts from Southeast Missouri State University.

 

Bringing 7 years of experience to the District, Molly Okuly will serve as an Art teacher. She is certified in Art, FACS and Health, but for the past 5 years she has been a FACS teacher for the East Middle and South Middle Schools of the Raymore-Peculiar School District. She has a Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Dayton and a Master of Art from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Bringing 7 years of experience to the District, Edson Ortiz will serve as a Spanish teacher. For the past 3 years, he taught Spanish at Hogan Preparatory Academy Charter School. He has also been the PHHS Head Coach for Boys Soccer for the past 4 years. He has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Graceland University.

 

A former PHHS graduate, Brett Reeves will serve as a Special Services Paraprofessional. For the past two years, he was a Field Service Representative for Data Consultants Inc. He also worked at Movie Posters USA for the past five years. 

 

After completing his student teaching this past Fall with PHHS, Kole Vittetoe will serve as a Physical Education / Health teacher. For the past 6 years, he was also a Parts Department Associate with Cable Dahmer Chevrolet in Independence. He has a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from the University of Central Missouri.

 

 

District Office

Melissa Anderson will serve as the Childcare Director. After completing her Student Teaching with the Pleasant Hill Primary School, she became a substitute for the District before accepting a fulltime position as a Pre-School Lead Teacher with Creative World in Lee’s Summit. She has a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from the University of Central Missouri.

 

After completing her practicum with the University of Central Missouri Welch-Schmidt Center for Communication Disorders, Claire Dodge will serve as a Speech – Language Pathologist. Previously, she was an ESY Paraprofessional for the Blue Springs School District. She has a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Dr. Lauren Goddard will serve as the Director of Special Services and bring 9 years of experience to the District. For the past 5 years, she was the Special Education Process Coordinator for the Belton School District. Prior to that, she was a Special Education Teacher for the Belton and Raytown School Districts. She has a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Education from Avila University and Doctorate of Education from Baker University.

 

Bringing 16 years of IT hands-on experience to the District, Jim Schlichting will serve as Director of Technology. He served as the Technology Director for the Wellington-Napoleon School District for the past 6 years. Prior to that, he was an Information Services Support Specialist for William Jewell College and a Desktop Technician for Truman Medical Center. He attended Missouri Valley College, University of Central Missouri and MCCKC.

 

Bringing 18 years of experience to the District, Linda Sharp will serve as the Assistant Director of Special Services. For the past 7 years, she was a Special Education Process Coordinator for the Raymore-Peculiar School District.  She has a Bachelor of Science from Lipscomb University and a Master of Arts from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and an Education Specialist in School Administration from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Emily White will bring 5 years of experience to the District and serve as a Speech-Language Pathologist. For the past four years, she served as a Speech-Language Pathologist for the KCK Public School District. She has a Bachelors from Missouri State University and a Master of Science from Northern Arizona University.

 

 

 

Perfect Attendance
Pleasant Hill Administration released the names of those students who maintained perfect attendance for second semester of the 2018-2019 school year.

Primary School:
Second Semester: Grace Barry, Jaden Brooks, Conroy Titan Burd, Ian Carey, Wesley Cook, Taylor Danforth, Bentlee Gibbons, Bently Holcomb, Easton Hull, Sydnie May, Kason Mitchell, Alessandro Ortiz, Parker Rosanbalm, Makenzie Snow, Ajay Thielen, James Werner.

Year Long: Ian Carey, Wesley Cook, Taylor Danforth, Sydnie May, Alessandro Ortiz, Parker Rosanbalm, James Werner

 

Elementary School:
Second Semester
Third Grade: Cole Abel, Jacob Allison Ashlin Catron, Kayden Cummings, Sadie Lowry, Cadence Pilachowski, Cambria Rogers, Ian Williams

4th Grade: Bella McGrew-Staggs, Adriana Thiry

All Year
3rd Grade – Cole Abel, Ashlin Catron, Kayden Cummings, Sadie Lowry

4th Grade – Adriana Thiry

 

Intermediate School:
Second Semester
5th Grade – Callista Abel, Aiden Ben, Kale Bush, Aidan Carey, Preston Cassaday, Emma Keisacker, Carson Kircher, Kalynn Price, Jeni Rosanbalm, Kevin Rosas

6th Grade – Nathan Armstrong, Joci Brisbin, Alexander Catron, Cody Cox, Ryan Doolittle, Kallissa Goss, Stephen Longfellow, Lia Meeks, Tyler Meyer, Leah Miller, Broc Moore, Julianna Pilachowski, Bryson Saucerman, Sophia Shipp, Addison Tippie

All Year
5th Grade – Callista Abel, Aiden Ben, Aidan Carey, Preston Cassaday, Jeni Rosanbalm

6th Grade – Nathan Armstrong, Alexander Catron, Tyler Meyer

 

Middle School:
Second Semester

7th Grade – Casey Carey, Dean Graham, Hunter Jewell, Hannah Kleyh, Brody Kohler, Noah Moreno, Allison Oliver, Addison Smith, Maggie Spears

8th Grade – Calli Bloom, Holly Byrd, Terrance Fuller, Ema Graham, Lillian Gross, Nathan Kobie, Avery Lawrence, Anna Morrison, Jesse Ouyang, Jozlyine Rivera, Hannah South, Makayla Stalker Klotz, Kole Starlin

All Year
7th Grade – Casey Carey, Hunter Jewell, Hannah Kleyh, Brody Kohler, Noah Moreno, Allison Oliver, Addison Smith

8th Grade – Lilian Gross, Avery Lawrence, Jesse Ouyang

High School:
Second Semester
9th Grade – Walker Aldrige, Riley Cole, Todd Corson, Jacob Elliott, Liam McCall, Johnathan Rivera, Ella Smith, Hadelynn Smith, David Vaughan, Trey Widhalm

10th Grade – Jacob Adams, Joshua Anderson, Darren Byrd, Benjamin Cox, Nelson Descombs, Jaxton Dinges, Lillie Math, Christopher Oliver, Regan Shouse, Zackary Smith


11th Grade – Daria Bennett, Jacey Faust, Jeffrey Hatfield, Cody Henry, Abigail McKee, Harley Schuman, Colton Snyder, Rachel Wilhoit

12th Grade – Nathan Bledsoe, Nadia Huffman, Joseph Kenyon, Madison Mason, Jackson Stone

 

All Year
9th Grade – Riley Cole, Todd Corson, Jacob Elliott, Liam McCall, Hadelynn Smith, David Vaughan

10th Grade – 1st year: Benjamin Cox, Jaxton Dinges, Christopher Oliver, Regan Shouse
10th Grade – 2nd year: Darren Byrd, Nelson Descombs

11th Grade – 1st year: Cody Henry, Rachel Wilhoit
11th Grade – 2 years: Jeffrey Hatfield
11th Grade – 3 years: Abigail McKee

 

 

End of Year Staff Recognition Reception

 

The Pleasant Hill R-III School District hosted its annual end of year staff recognition reception May 1 at Pleasant Hill High School. The event honored three (3) staff members who are retiring at the end of this school year, as well as the recipients of the Excellence in Education Awards, “ABC” Award and Rookie Awards.

 

Honored retirees included

  • Pam Maxey is retiring after 11 years. She served as a 6th grade Special Education teacher, District Process Coordinator and for the past three years she was the Director of Special Services.
  • Crystal Parson is retiring after 29 years. She taught 5th grade for 24 years and for the past 5 years she’s been a first grade teacher at the Pleasant Hill Primary School.
  • Cindy McManis is retiring after 38 years. She joined the District in August 1981 and has served as the Art teacher for the Pleasant Hill Middle School.
  • Troy Wickman is retiring after 29 years. He served as a Foreign Language teacher at the High School since joining the District in August 1990.
  • Penny Cole retired in January after 19 years. She served as a paraprofessional for the District.
  • Margaret Kosfeld retired in March after 24 years. She served as the Lead Custodian and day custodian at the Pleasant Hill Intermediate School.

 

 

Chamber Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to High School Counselor, Jessica Janis for receiving the Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year. She was recognized by the Pleasant Hill Chamber of Commerce in an award ceremony back in January. Congratulations again for this well deserved honor!

 

Rookie Awards went to staff members who have completed their first year with the Pleasant Hill School District. They included:

Tyler Bruns, Jessica Cagle, Heather Camuso, Amanda Carpenter, Jaime Clodfelter, Rachel Cole, Jacob Corcoran, Elizabeth Donaldson, James Evans, Kaitlin Farr, Steven Gant, Jackie Green, Nick Hanzivasilis, Nicole Hartman, LeAnn Hauck, Mikala Hays, Michelle Kearfott, Katherine Keith, Katelyn Land, Staci Logan, Sue Manion, Abbey Manning, Amanda Myers, Rob Parker, Weslee Pearce, Pamela Pressley, Alec Rentschler, Jillian Schleiden, Melissa Sebree , Candy Shanley, Marla Stone, Kelsey Urioste, Jacob VanSlyke, Mandie Wesley, Lori Williams, Sherry Woodward-Beck, Daniel Yung

 

 

 

The Excellence in Education Award is designed to recognize an overall contribution to education by an educator. Candidates should have the ability to inspire learning, should show genuine concern for students and should be active in their profession and/or community. (A ‘certificated’ recipient was recognized from each building. Each building’s Excellence in Education Award recipient then competed for the District honor of Teacher of the Year)

  • The Primary School Excellence in Education Award went to Kindergarten teacher, Danielle Wenger. Danielle was selected because passionate and positive are 2 words to describe her. She truly cares about each of her ‘nuggets, as she lovingly refers to her students. She has a strong desire to see every one of them succeed and despite the many challenges and the variety of needs of her students, she has managed to find a way to meet the needs of Every student, Every day in her classroom, moving kids from Below Basic and Basic on Fastbridge testing to Meets Expectations and Exceeds Expectations. Helping her kids to be successful requires a lot of extra time and work but she goes the extra mile every day to ensure her students are achieving at the highest level. She is highly respected and we are lucky to have her as part of our staff, Congratulations Danielle! 

  • The Elementary School Excellence in Education Award went to Special Education Fourth Grade Co-teacher, Abbey Manning. Even though this is her first year in the District, you would never know it. She does what is best for the students by always putting their needs first. She takes time out of her day to build a connection because whether or not students are in her classes, she can be found talking to or helping them. Not only is she helpful to students, she is also a wonderful support to the PHES staff. She is a wealth of ideas and is willing to share, teach and model for others. She helped train the staff on our RTI Program and was busy sorting and organizing all the materials needed. She is an excellent co-teacher and partner and a wonderful role model for our staff. Congratulations Abbey, on this honor.

  • The Intermediate School Excellence in Education Award went to 5th Grade Science and Social Studies teacher, Dana DeMoure-Umscheid. Dana was selected because she teaches with great passion and enthusiasm. She is a kind and compassionate teacher and her love of government definitely shines through with her unique lessons that engage her students. To make learning as authentic as possible, it is not unusual for her to dress the part of a historian or to bring in items (such as animal organs). She will often stay late to help students work to improve grades, to reteach a missing concept or to catch up a student who has been absent. She sponsors several after school clubs to connect with students. These opportunities provide outlets for many students and are often packed with both 5th and 6th She is truly an amazing teacher who believes in growing professionally and will take risks, Congratulations Dana!

  • The Middle School Excellence in Education Award went to Self-Contained Special Education teacher, Kayla Heishman. Kayla was selected because students in her classroom are learning and finding a new love of learning due to her enthusiastic approach. Due to the diverse needs of the students in her classroom, it is not uncommon for her to be providing instruction in 2 to 3 subjects per hour. This takes an amazing amount of planning and organization to pull off so seamlessly and she does so daily. Her special education paperwork is always up-to-date and she is well prepared for IEPS and evaluation meetings. She models respect, determination, caring and positivity in every interaction with students, staff and administrators. She truly embraces the motto of Every Student, Every Day, Congratulations Kayla!

  • The High School Excellence in Education Award went to High School Assistant Principal, Celia Davidson. Celia was selected because she is a tireless advocate for our students. Her job includes enforcing attendance and discipline policies, making her an intimidating figure to many students. But her ability to comfort, nurture and ask the right questions, allows students to trust her to get to the heart of the academic and attendance challenges our students face. She is passionate, knowledgeable, fast-paced and her abilities do not end with the administrative side. As a coworker she promotes team spirit and is always one of the first to bring food for a celebration or drop what she is doing to help a staff member, student or parent. Her ability to find the right balance between the students wants, what a parent needs and what is practical for the building is indeed a skill.   Congratulations Celia on this honor!  

  • The Educator of the Year went to Dana DeMoure-Umscheid. Dana loves her students and will work above and beyond to help them be successful. She devotes countless hours outside of the school day (and often during each weekend) preparing for her lessons to make them rich learning experiences. To quote Maya Angelou “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel, this is how Mrs. D’s students feel when they leave her. Congratulations to the Educator of the Year, Dana DeMoure-Umscheid!

 

The ABC award is presented annually to a classified staff person who has given outstanding service to the school district.  We look particularly for the person who has significantly contributed to the mission of the school and to the overall educational climate.

 

  • The ABC Award goes to Early Childhood Special Educational paraprofessional, Jennifer Meiries. Jennifer was selected because she inspires students to think, take risks, meet new challenges and achieve new skills. She goes above and beyond to find whatever strategy it takes to assist each student in meeting their IEP goals and developing their skills. She searches for engaging ways to teach different skills and concepts of our curriculum by finding and incorporating new educational ideas that assist the students in learning the different concepts. She seeks out the kiddos who are having a rough day and does what she can to work with them and make them feel special. Her kind words and actions are what the kids see and hear each and every day. Her lap is never empty at circle or story time, as the students know she will provide a secure spot to learn, Congratulations Jennifer.

 

1st Semester Perfect Attendance (July through Dec. 2018)

Primary School

Victoria Caskey, Kaitlin Farr, LeAnn Haack, Katherine Keith, Pam Pressley, Cerine Proudfit

 

Elementary School

Michelle Carey, Amanda Cook, Kristine Faitz, Mindy Halfmann, Jessica Ladd, Melissa Sebree

 

Intermediate School

Kari Barger, Brook Filis, Linda Greve, Amanda McNealy, Erin Werges

 

Middle School

Tonya Pearce, Tammy Prewitt, Kate Zrust

 

High School

Sean Berry, George Creason, Celia Davidson, Karen Dollins, Johna Geist, Tina Kemerling, Jim Oliver, Daniel Yung

 

 

 

 

Vocational Community Education Program (VOCEP)


A variety of Vo-Com-Ed (Vocational Community Education) adult courses are available through the R-III District this Spring. Some of the courses are at ‘no cost’ while others may charge a fee ranging from $5 to $40, to help offset the cost of materials and instruction. Contact Mike Keilholz, 816-540-3111, ext. 5304 for more information.

Click here for list of classes and registration

 

 

 

 

District Revises Calendar
Due to the missed days and to meet state requirements, the district has decided to revise the 2018-19 District Calendar.

The Pleasant Hill R-3 School District has missed 10 days due to inclement weather in our area this school year.  In an effort to end classes before Memorial Day, the district is moving the 3 hour early release / professional development day on Thursday to Friday, March 29 and hold a full day of classes on Thursday, March 28.  As it currently stands, the last day of school will be Friday, May 24, 2019.
 

A complete summary of inclement weather days and revised calendar  can be found below.

1st day missed (make up on May 16)

2nd day missed (make up on May 17)

3rd day missed (make up on May 20)

4th day missed (make up on May 21)

5th day missed (make up on May 22)

6th day missed (make up on May 23)

7th day missed (make up on May 24)

8th day missed – forgiven, no make-up necessary

9th day missed (make up on Friday, Mar. 29)

10th day missed – forgiven, no make-up necessary

 

 

 

MAP / EOC Testing Dates Set

MAP / EOC tests are performance-based assessments that measure student achievement on Missouri State Standards.
These tests are given at designated grade levels and subject areas. Tests are comprised of three methods of measurement: selected response, constructed response, and performance events. Results are used in individual planning, program evaluation, and curriculum revision. DESE also monitors results for progress and accreditation.
 
Testing Schedule:
Elementary School
April 24 - May 9
Makeups: May 10, 13
 
Intermediate School
April 24 - May 2
Makeups: May 3, 6
 
Middle School
April 29 - May 9
Makeups: 10, 13
EOC: April 29, 30
 
High School
EOC: April 29 - May 3
 

 

Pleasant Hill School District Selects Director of Student Services

The Pleasant Hill R-III Board of Education has completed the search for a Director of Student Services by naming, Dr. Lauren Goddard as Director of Student Services for the 2019-2020 school year. Dr. Goddard is currently serving as Special Education Process Coordinator for the Belton School District, a position she has held for the past 5 years. Prior to becoming Special Education Process Coordinator, she began her career as a Co-teacher in the Raytown School District prior to moving to Belton where she was quickly promoted to Process Coordinator.  Dr. Goddard earned her Doctorate of Education in Education Leadership recently from Baker University. She also has a Master of Arts in Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Avila University.

 

 

Pleasant Hill School District Selects Director of Technology

The Pleasant Hill R-III Board of Education has completed the search for a Director of Technology by naming, Mr. Jim Schlichting as Director of Technology for the 2019-2020 school year. Mr. Schlichting is currently serving as Technology Director for the Wellington-Napoleon School District. For the past 6 years, he has taken Wellington-Napoleon from zero assigned devices to a full 1:1 campaign district wide and has completely upgraded their technology infrastructure. He was able to oversee and manage the district’s technology  for 65 certified and classified staff members and over 600 connected devices.  Prior to becoming Technology Director at Wellington-Napoleon School District, Mr. Schlichting was the Information Services Support Specialist for William Jewell College, a position he held for two years.

 

 

 

Board presents MAP / EOC TrackMakers
TrackMakers were awarded to students for scoring at the highest level possible (Advanced) on their MAP or End of Course (EOC) state tests taken last Spring.

 

Students earning TrackMakers at the High School:

EOC Communication Arts: Collin Brockman, Grace Chambers, Bethany Larkins, Noah Worsley, Tyler Endicott, Jacey Faust, Jaden Greenwood, Ashlynn Keilholz, Desmond Ewing, Dayton Little, Austin Long, Ethan Longo, Aidan Moore, Colin Paris, Isabella Raysik, Cole Swofford, Logan Bailey, Patrick Brunell, Nicole Clapp, Alyssa Math, Cailee More, Dawson Sivils, Sarah Watson MAP Communication Arts: Isabel Bakken, Riley Cole, Madalynn Fatino, Bella Jensen, Cheyann Johnson, Elliott Moore, Bailey Burnett, Kiley Faust, Olivia Toler,  Walker Aldrige, Emmy Duncan, Dharma Gilsdorf, Caroline Gray, Sophia Gregory, Kylie Lloyd, Grace McKee, Rayne Rusk, Jaydon Shuler, Sarah Wilhoit, Alexia Woods, Madison Woods EOC Mathematics: Colin Paris, Dawson Sivils, James Tabony, Sarah Watson, Truman Cartner, Cole Swofford, Kale Bakken, Zackary Smith, Margaret Gonzalez, Mattie Bracken, Paige Gustin, Eugene Horkay, Emma Lapee, Jenna Marconett, Sydney Peters, Isabelle Proudfit, Karis Bloom, Nelson Descombes, Nathan Hitch, Joshua Anderson, Madison Copowycz MAP Mathematics: Marko Bredenhand, Marisa Brendel, Kennedy Donovan, Kiley Faust, Sophia Gregory, Cheyann Johnson, Sydney Johnson, Ryan Perisho, Jaydon Shuler, Olivia Toler, Madison Woods, Isabel Bakken, Grace McKee, Delaney Schuller, Elizabeth Sudduth, Sarah Wilhoit, Alexia Woods, Walker Aldrige, Caitlyn Allen, Isaac Bledsoe, Riley Cole, Madalynn Fatino, Caroline Gray, Bella Jensen, David Vaughan EOC Social Studies: Faith Griggs, Jakob Hammond, Joey Mazy Franks, James Schoenfelt, William Toler, Roman Carr, Jeffery Williams, Sydney Bunch, Wesley Butler, Garrett Canaan, Kayleigh Hitchcock, Gabriele Hodge, Corey Kelly, Grace Kenyon, Keegan Slaughter, Jeffrey Aguilar, Marissa Bowman, Morgan Carlile, Sarah Morris, William Pryor, Avery Quilter, Garrett Schick, Stewart Watson, Benjamin Yoder, Daniel Albin, Taylor Markham, Cesar Sigala Scored of ‘31’ or Above on the ACT: Logan Bailey, Sarah Morris, Morgan Smith, Abigail Teitelbaum


Students earning MAP TrackMakers at the Middle School: MAP Communication Arts: Camden Anderson, Casey Carey, Easton Cotter, Liam Cox, Alexander Curry, Bo Daniel, Ryan Ervin, Jackson Ewing, Delanee Gilsdorf, Emma Huffman, Brady Hughes, Alexis Jones, Jaiden Little, Aspen Milbrandt, Weston Miller, Payton Moore, Talan Nicholas, Rylee Perkins, Cole Rasmussen, Jadyn Ryan, Jackson Shuler, Abbigail Smith, Owen Thornsberry, Abygail Widhalm, Jackson Akin, Reagan Beaman, Ellie Beck, Halie Boardman, Jacob Box, Leyla Carrera, Quynn Collins, Natalie Delapp, Troy Gustin, Grant Hardin, Jacob Harmon, Jason Huffman, Kaylyn Isaman, Dylan Jackson, Westyn Jensen, Hannah Kleyh, Lucas Littge, Amelia Mooneyham, Natalie Morris, Maria Ore, Mara Shouse, Addison Smith, Madalyn Stranckmeyer, Grayson Sudduth, Isabelle Talbot, Lauren Weiss, Victoria Wilson, Makynna Woods, Cody Ammerman, Calli Bloom, Chloe Clapp, Grayce Clark, Aryana Devault, Samuel Ewing, Serenity Ford, Madison Franklin, Hailey Gentry, Carissa Ginther, Ava Goodrich, Ethan Hesterberg, Avery Lawrence, Chloe More, Jesse Ouyang, Jolyn Blake, Corina Brockman, Brenden Bunch, Cooper Divine, Madison Frazier, Lawson Gonzalez, Katherine Hamilton, Jakob Hurd, Caleb Martin, Madalynn McCannon, Katherine Meiries, James Mooneyham, Anna Morrison, Chase Underwood, Alec Williams, Kelsey Baker, Curtis Frye, Kinleigh Gardner, Taylor Vaughn.
MAP Mathematics: Camden Anderson, Alexander Curry, Bo Daniel, Brady Hughes, Jordan Lysinger, Grace McCommon, Allison Oliver, Rylee Perkins, Cole Rasmussen, Jadyn Ryan, Jackson Shuler, Abbigail Smith, Abygail Widhalm, Jackson Akin, Reagan Beaman, Ellie Beck, Carissa Bink, Halie Boardman, Leyla Carrera, Quynn Collins, Andrew Cordray, Xavier Creighton, Natalie Delapp, Ryan Golden, Troy Gustin, Grant Hardin, Jacob Harmon, Carter Hull, Kaylyn Isaman, Westyn Jensen, Hannah Kleyh, Lucas Littge, Jude Marconett, Amelia Mooneyham, Natalie Morris, Maria Ore, Mara Shouse, Maggie Spears, Madalyn Strackmeyer, Grayson Sudduth, Carter Szajnuk, Isabelle Talbot, Lauren Weiss, Makynna Woods, Jolyn Blake, Corina Brockman, Grayce Clark, Samuel Ewing, Madison Frazier, Tristin Gower, Katherine Hamilton, Hayden Hornbostel, Leland Hornbostel, Ayden Jackson, Avery Lawrence, Caleb Martin, James Mooneyham, Anna Morrison, Chase Underwood, Alec Williams, Oscar Garcia


Students earning MAP TrackMakers at the Intermediate School: MAP Communication Arts: Dawson Blackburn, Rowen Hays, Lillianna Long, McKayla Massey, Kalynn Price, Colton Stuart, Mylie Bracken, Lily Burns, Emerson Fields, Kaden Kornis, Chase Lentz, Sawyer Richcreek, Jack Skoropat, Tyler Weiss, Audrey Winton, Anna Young, Cooper Brown, Quintin Campbell, Willa Franklin, Cole Ketchum, Collin Larrabee, Bradley Lewis, Katelyn Leyda, Ella Williams, Elizabeth Wood, Kyle Coillot, Lydia Hull, Jakoby Long, Kyland Martin, Sydnie Shelton, Aidan Boardman, Gracie Champion, Michael Coe, Alyssa Faucette, Mia Parker, Jacob Radmacher, Ava Snead, Hannah Talbot, Aidan Carey, Lauren Cross, Grace Martin, Jackson Willig, Von Barnaby, Brooke Beck, Alexis Brotherton, Ella Crain, Carter Hammond, Garrison Hartsell, Carter Hodson, Sidney Koehler, Laney McDaniel, Ava Meade, Addilyn Miller, Brooks Miller, Aliceyn Patterson, Ava Rogers, Kasyn Tevis, Addison Tippie, Caia Underwood, Ashlyn Wheeldon, Cooper Aldrige, Wrigley Anderson, Lane Bracken, Ella Cline, Sarah Davis, Jameson Duncan, Liam Elkins, Chloe Elliott, Jordan Kenyon, Kamia Kirkland, Ella Kurtz, Peyton Madison, Aiden Minor, Sophia Moran, Wyatt Newman, Hycle Noland, Jacob Petrowsky, Jaron Reyes, Bryson Saucerman, Ryan Schaller, Ella Shaffer, Kennady Thornsberry, Karsyn Todd, Nicolette Wayne, Shannon Williamson.
MAP Mathematics: Kale Bush Caden Coonce, Rowen Hays, Lillianna Long, McKayla Massey, Kalynn Price, Emerson Smith, Mason Younce, Mylie Bracken, Angelica Day, Emerson Fields, Ryder Halfmann, Kaden Kornis, Sawyer Richcreek, Jack Skoropat, Tyler Weiss, Cooper Brown, Quintin Campbell, Jordon Ferrell, Tavin Glass, Abby Hutzell, Cole Ketchum, Collin Larrabee, Katelyn Leyda, Autumn Smith, Elizabeth Wood, Kyle Coillot, Lydia Hull, Jakoby Long, Kyland Martin, Sydnie Shelton, Aidan Boardman, Gracie Champion, Michael Coe, Allisson Diaz Moreno, Alyssa Faucette, Isaiah Fuller, Samual Jerabek Shepard, Payton Michael, Mia Parker, Jacob Radmacher, Ava Snead, Hannah Talbot, Davin Gilsdorf, Preston Little, Jordyn Richey, Taylor Brown, Aidan Carey, Lauren Cross, Alison Gentry, Grace Martin, Von Barnaby, Brooke Beck, Shelby Box, Alexis Brotherton, Ella Crain, Jack Ervin, Carter Hammond, Carter Hodson, Addilyn Miller, Brooks Miller, Andrew Moorefield, Ava Rogers, Jackson Ryan, Zane Shouse, Kasyn Tevis, Addison Tippie, Joby Bysor, Jameson Duncan, Kyden Heuwinkel, Ella Kurtz, Brayden Lango, Sophia Moran, Hycle Noland, Chasen Quilter, Amelia Scrogham, Ella Shaffer, Kennady Thornsberry, Karsyn Todd, 


Students earning MAP TrackMakers at the Elementary School: MAP Communication Arts: Trenten Feist, Corbin Grant, Julia Hamilton, Mackynzie Sartain, Katelyn Todd, Avery Young, Miley Zimmerschied, Maya Finn, Alex McKee, Addley Hodson, Isabel Hull, Maylee Proudfit, Morgan Stanley, Lake Callahan, Valen Jobe, Isabella Jones, Ava McCormick, Abigail Moore, Aubrey Pike, Mitchell Taylor, Greyson Wise, Davin Gilsdorf, Preston Lilttle, Ella Plasse, Maisy Whistle, Sage Dawe, Camryn Hitch, Jaxon Szajnuk, Sawyer Collins, Kyrie Gustin Tuttle, Brian Hagelin, Donovan Lawrence, Laney Rowe, Aliya Thompson, Laney Rowe, Aliya Thompson, Tyson Tippie, Dorian Tonik, Kendal Young, Dane Blake, Reese Dains, Jacob McCord, Evan Messinger, Adriana Thiry, Ashbee Vander Been.
MAP Mathematics: Corbin Grant, Julia Hamilton, Mackynzie Sartain, Katelyn Todd, Avery Young, Brooklynn Chambers, Ryan Clayton, Brock Curtis, Maya Finn, Reese Hardin, Ellia Heenan, Addley Hodson, Isabel Hull, Madeline McConville, Maylee Proudfit, Morgan Stanley, Lake Callahan, Valen Jobe, Isabella Jones, Ava McCormick, Abigail Moore, Cooper Sartin, Mitchell Taylor, Greyson Wise, Jake Bailey, Sage Dawe, Camryn Hitch, Jaxon Szajnuk, Carson Bowman, Sawyer Collins, Kyrie Gustin Tuttle, Donovan Lawrence, Daniel Leishman, Laney Rowe, Aliya Thompson, Tyson Tippie, Dorian Tonik, Kendal Young, Dane Blake, Jacob McCord, Evan Messinger, Adriana Thiry, Maddux Umscheid, Ashbee Vander Veen

 

 

 

Honor Roll
Pleasant Hill Administration released the names of those students who were placed on the honor roll for their grade point average (GPA) for first semester.

Intermediate School
5th Grade – Superintendent’s

Callisata Able, Devin Bennett, Dawson Blackburn, Aidan Boardman, Mylie Bracken, Kalie Brazzle, Cooper Brown, Taylor Brown, Kale Bush, Gracie Champion, Michael Coe, Kyle Coillot, Charlotte Creach, Lauren Cross, Kiernan Cummings, Angelica Day, Haley DiMarco, Delaney Duncan, Alyssa Faucette, Jordon Ferrel, Emerson Fields, Alison Gentry, Davin Gilsdorf, Rhome Golden, Carson Gresnick, Isabelle Haberstroh, Ryder Halfmann, Rowen Hays, Ava Heenan, Cynthia Hernandez, Lydia Hull, Abby Hutzell, Laura Irwin, Caden Johnson, Lane Kassel, Cole Ketchum, William King, Kaden Kornis, William Kohler, Collin Larrabee, Katelyn Leyda, Preston Little, Jakoby Long, Lillianna Long, William Manda, Kyland Martin, McKayla Massey, Payton Michael, Anastasia Nickols, Raquel Park, Mia Parker, Ella Plasse, Chaise Powers, Kalynn Price, Jackson Rice, Sawyer Richcreek, Isaiah Rusk, Sydnie Shelton, Andrew Shimel, Autumn Smith, Emerson Smith, Colton Stuart, Hannah Talbot, Jasper Vescovi, Kyler Wallace-Riley, Tyler Weiss, Ella Williams, Jackson Willig, Audrey Winton, Elizabeth Wood, Mason Younce


6th Grade – Superintendent’s

Cooper Aldrige, Wrigley Anderson, Brooke Beck, Alexis Brotherton, Cody Cox, Sarah Davis, Jameson Duncan, Jack Ervin, Kordell George, Keighan Goold, Riley Hays, Carter Hodson, Isabella Kietzman, Sidney Koehler, Aden Kuhns, Ella Kurtz, Addilyn Miller, Brooks Miller, Aiden Minor, Jon Mooneyham, Sophia Moran, Reed Nolan, Addison Owen, Aliceyn Patterson, Chasen Quilter, Jaron Reyes, Brady Roe, Ava Rogers, Bryson Saucerman, Amelia Scrogham, Ella Shaffer, Sophia Shipp, Kaelyn Skivers, Kasyn Tevis, Kennady Thornsberry, Addison Tippie, Karsyn Todd, Caia Underwood, Nicolette Wayne, Lola Whistle


5th Grade – Principal’s

Morgan Anspaugh, Samantha Bach, Luke Bailey, Tyler Barnes, Kaylee Beachner, Brittney Boileau, Lillian Brock, Nick Brown, Faith Bryant, Quintin Campbell, Aidan Carey, Preston Cassaday, Kaden Clark, Caden Coonce, Cannon Cooper, Sydnie Cotter, Arya Crownover, Loshton Eaton, Aniston Farmer, Sierra Foley, John Franklin, Willa Franklin, Isaiah Fuller, Dylan Givens, Tavin Glass, Hezekiah Goodpaster, alex Harrison, Kelton Harrison, Emry Hesterberg, Jackson Jacobs, Elyanna Jensen, Samuel Jerabek-Shepard, Kylie Johnson, Rowdy Keene, Emma Keisacker, Jackson Koch, Kaitlyn Korch, Chase Lentz, Aiden Lisle, Hailee Lloyd, Grayson Meeks, Jace Nelson, Jacob Poss, Daxton Quilter, Adam Rice, Madalynne Richardson, Jordyn Richey, Jeni Rosanbalm, Kevin Rosas, Jordan Ruckdeschel, Victor Schmalz, Jack Skoropat, Ava Snead, Shelby Tanck, Cody Taylor, Avery Vander Veen, Lucas Vanmeter, Hunter Walker, Aiden West, Maisy Whistle, Marissa Williams, Riley Williams, Anna Young


6th Grade – Principal’s
Mason Armador, Nathan Armstrong, Kiarah Blation, Lane Bracken, Ella Cline, Ella Crain, Aaron Creach, Skylar Cyr, Brody Driver, Chloe Elliott, Caleb Fisher, Javan Galvan, Stephanie Gonzalez, Chaney Gray, Carter Hammond, Garrison Hartsell, Kyden Heuwinkel, Noah Keisacker, Jordan Kenyon, Tann Kriesel, Peyton Madison, Ava Martinez, Laney McDaniel, Ava Meade, Lia Meeks, Leah Miller, Andrew Moorefield, Parker Morrison, Wyatt Newman, Jacob Petrowsky, Addison Ralston, Zachary Rinker, Ryan Schaller, Zane Shouse, Alana Thelin, Tyne Wilson


5th Grade – Honor Roll

Aiden Ben, Lily Burns, Kendall Cantwell, Star Davis, Juridia Garcia, Payton Gibson, Cara Hall, Garrett Hitch, Maddox Johnson, Carson Kircher, Amos Lees, Bradley Lewis, Emerald May, Chloe McIntire, Jacob Radmacher, Hannah Smith, Rubi Solorio, Gavin Stucker, Ethan Swingley, Bradley Vogel, Avery Volland, Joshua Watters, Drake Wehmeyer, Haley Williamson, Adaline Worsley, Aidan Wright


6th Grade – Honor Roll

Leann Adkins, Joseph Allen, Taylor Andrade, Anna Beatty, Kadin Bennett, Kaidah Bennett, Faith Bledsoe, Shea Bowman, Shelby Box, Joci Brisbin, Makenzie Brown, Trenton Burnett, Brayden Carlton, Alexander Catron, Caitlyn Curtis, McKenna Dinges-Summers, Ryan Doolittle, Laim Elkins, Addisyn Fidler, Kallissa Goss, Carter Harrison, Olivia Hoffman, Brayden Johnson, Brennan Johnson, Cooper Kenty, Lillian Kenyon, Kamia Kirkland, Charlie Kitchell, Emma Kitchell, Brayden Lango, Emma Lara, Emily Layton, Stephen Longfellow, Bailey Lowe, Katie McKay, Broc Moore, Abigail Munns, Korbin O’Neal, Connie Ouyang, Haidyn Pike, Trystin Powers, Wyatt Robinson, Owen Rosanbalm, Levi Runions, Jakcson Ryan, Addison Secrist, Kaylyn Simms, Hanna Snow, Mason Snow, Mya Spear, Colin Stansbury, Aaron Thielen, Andy Thielen, Braxton Thompson, Garrison Tweedie, Skylynn Ulmer, Lillath Walter, Samantha Ward, Sophiea Werner, Shannon Williamson

 

Middle School
7th Grade – Superintendent’s

Jackson Akin, Camden Anderson, Ellie Beck, Halie Boardman, Leyla Carrera, Bo Daniel, Natalie DeLapp, Reagan Donovan, Delanee Gilsdorf, Grant Hardin, Addison Hauck, Westyn Jensen, Reigh Keene, Immanuel Longo, Devin McClenahan, Natalie Morris, Mara Shouse, Abbigail Smith, Lauren Weiss, Abygail Widhalm, Victoria Wilson, Makynna Woods


8th Grade – Superintendent’s

Kelsey Baker, Jolyn Blake, Calli Bloom, Corina Brockman, Peyton Brunell, Brenden Bunch, Chloe Clapp, Grayce Clark, Jay Cooper, Jonathan Cox, Dustin Crockett, Aryana Devault, Cooper Divine,Kathryn Dummer, Sofie Duncan, Emma Dutcher, Sam Ewing, Makyna Faust, Serenity Ford, Madison Franklin, Madison Frazier, Kinleigh Gardner, Hailey Gentry, Carissa Ginther, Taliya Guenther, Katherine Hamilton, Jacob Hanes, Ehtan Hesterberg, Hayden Hornbostel, Ayden Jackson, Reagan Kimrey, Emma kleyh, Avery Lawrence, Gary Manda, Lydia Mannino, Katherine Meiries, James Mooneyham, Braidy Moore, Chloe More, Anna Morrison, Jesse Ouyang, Quincy Payne Thornton, Alicia Quinn, Shannon Ruckman, Alena Scrogham, Brooke Shifflett, Chase underwood, Justin Wasson


7th Grade – Principal’s

Cameron Barnes, Reagan Beaman, Ella Betts, Carissa Bink, Quynn Collins, Easton Cotter, Alexander Curry, Cory German, Campbell Gregory, Jacob Harmon, Brady Hughes, Kaylyn Isaman, Dylan Jackson, Alexis Jones, Meriah Kates, Hannah Kleyh, Allie Klockenga, Brett Larrabee, Jaiden Little, John Mann, Lucas Mannino, Grace McCommon, Aspen Milbrandt, Weston Miller, Amelia Mooneyham, Maria Ore, Madison Powers, Jadyn Ryan, Jackson Shuler, Nathan Teitelbaum, Mason Tye, Jackson Vescovi, Addey Wade, Mya Wise


8th Grade – Principal’s

Brayden Bass, Raelynn Carter, Nathan Chinn, Mya Dellaguardia, Megan Elam, Cooper Fellers, Lawson Gonzalez, Jackson Goold, Tristin Gower, Ema Graham, Riley Hawkins, Mason Hicks, Jakob Hurd, Karsyn Johnson, McKenna Kaps, Dylan Kauffman, Jacob Liley, Bethany Markham, Ryan Murray, Brandon Opland, Lauren Pacl, Skylar Poss, Emelia Proudfit, Sam Slaughter, Kole Starlin, Reagan Watterson, Emileigh West


7th Grade – Regular

Macee Adams, DJ Barnes, David Betts, Casey Carey, Stephanie Cornwell, Ryan Ervin, Jackson Ewing, Evelyn Fanuel, Ryan Golden, Dean Graham, Brooklyn Gresnick, Troy Gustin, Trinity Halfmann, Aubrey Hudkins, Carter Hull, Cooper Killian, Taylor King, Brayden Klotz, Brody Kohler, Addison Lentz, Jude Marconett, Bradley Marshall, Aiden Meeks, Dakota Miller, Payton Moore, Asia Munns, Talan Nicholas, Allison Oliver, Ariana Poss, Cole Rasmussen, Aubrey Ruona-Magill, Brooke Schror, Addison Smith, Ada Solorio-Variga, Maggie Spears, Carly Stout, Madalyn Stranckmeyer, Madalynn Stuart, Grayson Sudduth, Carter Szajnuk, Isabelle Talbot, Emma Taylor, Lucas Thompson, Owen Thornsberry, Makaylah Turner, Nevaeh Walker, Phoenix Werner, Tyler Wise, Jessica Young


8th Grade – Regular

Cody Ammerman, Jonah Anderson, Jordan Benson, Ryan Canaan, Ayden Cline, Keely Crownover, Alyssa Dinges, David Duncan, Wyatt Edwards, Jackson Gieschen, Mason Hamilton, Sam Henley, Skyler Hickey, Helen ‘Kat’ Hoffman, Jude Hoffman, Leland Hornbostel, Nathan Kobie, Katelyn Langdon, Gracie Layton, Nicolas Linthicum, Carly Long, Cheyenne Maasen, Samuel McDowell, Mia Meuschke, Isabella noel, Andrew Opland, Brielle Quilter, Grant Reeves, Jozlyine Rivera, Easton Roe, Haley Ross, Chase Rouchka, Payton Schuman, Elliot Shull, Samantha Smith, Hannah South, Cooper Sullivan, Logan Taylor, Taylor Vaughn, Alyssa Wiggins, Alec Williams, Madison Wilson, Joanna Wood, Emma Young

 

High School

Superintendent’s
9th Grade – Emmy Duncan, Jaydon Shuler


10th Grade  - Landon Fatino, Ashton Morris, Dylan Orpin, Zion Patterson, Tera Reberry, Abigail Teitelbaum, Tobin Wise

11th Grade  - Collin Brockman, Kylie Campbell, Jacey Faust, Jaden Greenwood, Esabel Helgren, Natalie Hopkins, Dayton Little, Alyssa Math, Aidan Parker, Colin Paris, Emily Perisho, Garrett Pierce, Cole Swofford

 

12th Grade – Marissa Bowman, Sydney Bunch, Faith Griggs, Grace Kenyon, Danielle Lichte, Taylor Markham, Madison Mason, Sarah Morris, Garrett Schick, Benjamin Yoder


Principal’s
9th Grade – Walker Aldrige, Caitlyn Allen, Kelly Anderson, Isabel Bakken, Isaac Bledsoe, Marko Bredenhand, Riley Cole, Todd Corson, Brooke Devaul, Kennedy Donovan, Madalynn Fatino, Kiley Faust, Samantha Fenton, Jordan Fisher, Peyton Franklin, Dharma Gilsdorf, Sophia Gregory, Thomas Horkay, Bella Jensen, Cheyann Johnson, Molli Johnson, Sydney Johnson, Clayton Kohler, Morgan Lassiter, Wyatt Leyda, Kylie Lloyd, Barrett Looney, Jesse Matthes, Liam McCall, Grace McKee, Elliott Moore, Victoria Nickols, Ryan Perisho, Hannah Ponder, Johnathan Rivera, Delaney Schuller, Elizabeth Sudduth, Tyler Taylor, Olivia Toler, David Vaughan, Tara Wells, Trey Widhalm, Sarah Wilhoit, Alyssa Williams, Alexia Woods, Madison Woods


10th Grade – Joshua Anderson, Owen Bailey, Drake Beaman, Kylee Burgess, Evan Burns, Victoria Cain, Chanie Campbell, Joliana Canaan, Carson Case, Mogan Corbin, Benjamin Cox, Nelson Descombes, Canton Elliott, Margaret Gonzalez, Paige Gustin, Connor Hardin, Hannah Joyce, Claire Kenyon, Brock Koehler, Ashlyn Long, Gabrielle Lopez, Keagon Madison, Lillie Math, Makayla McClenahan, Evan Miller, Christopher Oliver, Isabelle Proudfit, Regan Shouse, Zackary Smith, Averie Snyder, Jack Snyder, Kaemyn Stidham, Tate Stockstill, James Tabony, Oliva Trask, Riley Vaughn, Alexiea Werner, Addison Zurcher

 

11th Grade – Logan Bailey, Jackson Barnes, Isaac Belcher, Jasmine Brown, Patrick Brunell, Ethan Campbell, Truman Cartner, Nicole Clapp, Mitchell Coon, Braylee Davis, Catherine Davis, Lindsey Dobson, Desmond Ewing, Hunter Fannin, Rebecca Goble, Tanner Graves, Lucas Henley, Cody Henry, Hanah Hocker, Jordan Hoerl, Angeleena Hook, Ashlynn Keilholz, Blaine Kleyh, John kohler, Megan Kurle, Sydney Lamborn, Bethany Larkins, Jagger Lawler, Austin Long, Julia Longmeyer, Ethan Longo, Hailey McCommon, Angela McCormick, Savannah McIntosh, Abigail McKee, Aidan Moore, Julia Moore, Cailee More, Christina Morris, Isabella Raysik, Jayden Reyes, Abigale Rice, Kyleigh Roe, Madison Roeder, Carly Rogers, Shirley Salcedo, Caeb Shepard, Dawson Sivils, Morgan Smith, Nicole South, Lily Spear, Megan Swinney, Sayler Todd, Margaret Tribble, Miguel Venegas, Rieligh West, Rachel Wilhoit, Samantha Woods

 

12th Grade – Jeffrey Aguilar, Daniel Albin, Laura Allee, Andrea Allen, Christian Atkins, Macey Barker, Katherine Bauer, Chloe Bloom, Wyatt Bramwell, Averee Brattin, Kennedy Burton, Olivia Busengdal, Wesley Butler, Brandon Byrd, Trey Clevenger, Joel Conway, Zoe Crockett, Mackenzie Dimarco, Dawson Ferdig, Hunter Foote, Hannah Glass, Anastasia Hanes, McKenna Hanover, Blake Hartwig, Kayleigh Hitchcock, Shelby Jack, Miranda Kelley, Corey Kelly, Zachariah Ketchum, Adelynn Link, Brittany Marshall, Joey Mazy Franks, Bryce McGinnis, Sarah Miller, Emma Mueller, Maragh Newberry, Quinn Oakes, Cameron Parker, William Pryor, Avery Quilter, Ali Ray, Paden Ruckman, Taylor Shewmaker, Keegan Slaughter, Joseph Sosko, Taylor Stith, Jackson Stone, Makayla Taylor, Nannapas Trairat, Stewart Watson, Paige Zieman, Saylor Zurcher

 

 

Regular Honor Roll
9th Grade – Sofia Abney, Leandro Adkins, George Arbuckle, Braden Beatty, Madison Blevins, Marisa Brendel, Lillie Burgess, Bailey Burnett, Kaidence Cleveland, Mazlyn Collins, Jackson Crouse, Alexandria Danner, Madelyn Davis, Cason Driver, Paige Fisher, Damien Goshorn, Caroline Gray, Brooke Hartwig, Elizabeth Hawkins, Serenity Heuwinkel, Hayden Hocker, Jackson Hunt, Robert Jobe, Carmen Kidwell, Makenzie Layton, Logan Leiker, Alexis Little, Logan Mann, Amaya McCray, Cora McSparran, Jadyn Medlock, Seth Moreno, Cameron Orrick, Tylar Parton, Harley Prewitt, Alivia Redwine, Zachary Redwine, Noah Riley, Gavin Rogers, Bryson Rosenberger, Rayne Rusk, Enalyse Salisbury, Marissa Sheeley-Jones, Ella Smith, Abigail Shipley, Hadelynn Smith, Carissa Smith-Neely, Larissa Spears, Avrielle Tindall, Caden Walker, Jayda Whitaker, Margaret Whitlock, Whitney William.

 

10th Grade – Aidan Amor, Jenna Avery, Kale Bakken, Ian Bledsoe, Karis Bloom, Avory Bloss, Mattie Bracken, Allee Brattin, Darren Byrd, Makenzie Carlile, Emily Cook, Paige Cottrell, Isabella Danner, Jaxton Dinges, Caroline Duensing, Silas Gray, Caitlin Hensley, Emily Hill, Nathan Hitch, Jessica Hockett, Eugene Horkay, Blaise Jackson, Emma Johnson, Michelle Kramer, Elizabeth May, Braden Meyer, Madelyn Nelson, Austin Noel, Sydney Peters, Madison Rape’, Alexandria Redwine, Abigail Ring, Jessica Ross, Aubrey Schirlls, Aubrey Scott, Alaina Umscheid, Austin Walker, Alyssa Ziegelbein, Madalynn Zvacek.

 

11th Grade – Maddie Allen, Ethan Beagle, Caleb Bowman, Mariah Brattin, Grace Chambers, Lee Chrisman, Hailey Comegys, Ethan Hansen, Austin Dinges, Emmelia Dinges, Jade Feeler, Jeffrey Hatfield, Paige Hicks, Reid Howell, Deidra Gross, Shyann Jellison, Kolton Kincaid, Trenton Long, Audrey Mann, Randi Miller, Mikayla Ollison, Wyatt Perkins, Trinity Pruett, Brooke Renfro, Simon Scott, Alex Shelton, Carson Shoop, Nate Solomon, Parker Snow, Hailey Terril, Wesley Tibai, Eli Vanatta, Melissa Walters, Sarah Watson, Alec Wheeler, Alexis White, Grant Williams, Noah Worsley.

 

12th Grade – Trace Armstrong, Dylan Berry, Sarah Bloss, Sierra Bowman, Morgan Carlile, Garrett Canaan, Aaron Chen, Kailtyn Clevenger, Katie Cortinas, Delaney Davis, Ryan Edenburn, Allie Gerken, Amber Gerken, Jaeden Grego, Spencer Gussman, Tyler Hagan, Keyara Halstead, Jakob Hammond, Regan Harrison, Sophia Harvey, Mason Hatten, Mitchell Hayes, Madeline Helms, Gabriel Hodge, Mazen Jackson, Jakob Morris, Gage Johnson, Emma Marshall, Bayne McCall, Chesnea Philipsheck, Brady Schlesener, Peyton Schlueter, Cesar Sigala, Sean Spangler, William Toler, Cierra Williams, Luke Winkler, Timothy Whorton

 

 

Perfect Attendance
Pleasant Hill Administration released the names of those students who maintained perfect attendance for first semester of the 2018-2019 school year.


Primary School:

Ethan Abel, Huxley Beck, Kynlee Bohannon, Aiden Brown, Andrea Brown, Ferrah Bruce, Ian Carey, Wesley Cook, Taylor Danforth, Chloe Devault, Harley Fierst, Ramona Gant, Bradley Hawkins, Skylar Horton, Ricky Hunt, Bentlee Kates, Ryleigh King, Isla Lowry, Grayson Mann, Sydnie May, Annalise Mohr, Owen Pinder, Parker Rosanbalm, Kolby Soetaert, Chase Stark, Lennon Sullivan, James Werner, Darrick Williams.


Elementary School:
Cole Abel, Ashlin Catron, Kayden Cummings, Eli Cunningham, Mason Doll, Cadyn Gustin, Donovan Lawrence, Sadie Lowry, Julia Pickett, Rickie Pimental, Adriana Thiry


Intermediate School:

5th Grade – Callista Abel, Kaylee Beachner, Aiden Ben, Dawson Blackburn, Aidan Boardman, Nick Brown, Aidan Carey, Preston Cassaday, Kiernan Cummings, Davin Gilsdorf, Alex Harrison, Cynthia Hernandez, Elyanna Jensen, Caden Johnson, Kylie Johnson, Lane Kassel, William Kohler, Chase Lentz, Hailee Lloyd, Chloe McIntire, Raquel Park, Mia Parker, Ella Plasse, Jeni Rosanbalm, Kevin Rosas, Isaiah Rosas, Sydnie Shelton, Autumn Smith, Marrisa Williams, Haley Williamson, Audrey Winton, Aidan Wright.

6th Grade – Leann Adkins, Cooper Aldrige, Nathan Armstrong, Kadin Bennett, Faith Bledsoe, Joci Brisbin, Alex Catron, Cody Cox, Brody Driver, Leland Edenburn, Liam Elkins, Stephanie Gonzalez, Kallisa Goss, Chaney Gray, Brennan Johnson, Cooper Kent, Jordan Kenyon, Kamia Kirkland, Emma Kitchell, Brayden Lango, Tyler Meyer, Leah Miller, Jon Mooneyham, Reed Nolan, Jacob Petrowsky, Owen Rosanbalm, Zane Shouse, Kaylin Simms,Mya Spear, Colin Stansbury

Middle School:
7th Grade – Madek Beachner, Halie Boardman, Casey Carey, Stephanie Cornwell, Xavier Creighton, Alexander Curry, Bo Daniel, Westyn Jensen, Hunter Jewell, Hannah Kleyh, Brody Kohler, Bradley Marshall, Aspen Milbrandt, Noah Moreno, Natalie Morris, Allison Oliver, Isabel Ross, Mara Shouse, Jackson Shuler, Addison Smith. Madalynn Stuart, Genna Tweedie, Cecilia Williams, Victoria Wilson

8th Grade – Maverick Crider, Keely Crownover, Serenity Ford, Madison Franklin, Carissa Ginther, Lilian Gross, Katherine Hamilton, Jacob Hanes, Katelyn Langdon, Avery Lawrence, Gary Manda, James Mooneyham, Jesse Ouyang, Emelia Proudfit, Brooke Shifflett, Brynden Smith

High School:
9th Grade – Isabel Bakken, Braden Beatty, Isaac Bledsoe, Marko Bredenhand, Marisa Brendel, Lillie Burgess, Riley Cole, Todd Corson, Alexandria Danner, Dylan Dimarco, Jacob Elliott, Sophia Gregory, Cheyann Johnson, Morgan Lassiter, Liam McCall, Amaya McCray, Jadyn Medlock, Harley Prewitt, Jaydon Shuler, Hadelynn Smith, David Vaughan, Tara Wells, Matthew Wolff, Bryan Wyse

10th Grade – Drake Beaman, Kylee Burgess, Darren Byrd, Emily Cook, Benjamin Cox, Camden Curtis, Nelson Descombes, Jaxton Dinges, Landon Fatino, Noah Fidler, Emily Hill, Tanner Huffman, Christopher Oliver, Kohlin Rahe, Regan Shouse, Abigail Teitelbaum

11th Grade – Jeffrey Hatfield, Cody Henry, Jagger Lawler, Michael Maasen, Abigail McKee, Colin Paris, Carter Stauch, Eli Vanatta, Rachel Wilhoit, Grant Williams

12th Grade – Olivia Busengdal, Aaron Chen, Kayleigh Hitchcock, Nadia Huffman, Mazen Jackson, Madison Mason, Bryce McGinnis, Sarah Morris, Quinn Oakes, Jackson Stone, Benjamin Yoder

 

 

 

Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent – Teacher Conferences for the Pleasant Hill R-III School District are set for Monday, October 22 through Thursday, October 25. There will be no school on Friday, October 26.


Primary School
Parent/teacher conferences at the Primary School are scheduled individually by teachers and parents. Parents are given opportunities to schedule dates and times at Open House held in August before school starts. Any parents that do not indicate a time preference are contacted directly by the classroom teachers for a scheduled time. Teachers will accommodate parental schedules as much as possible any time from Oct. 22 through Oct. 26, but are primarily scheduling conferences on Monday, Oct. 24 (4-8 p.m.), Wednesday, Oct. 23 (4-8 p.m.) and Thursday, Oct. 25, from 12:45-4 p.m.

 

Elementary School
The Elementary School will hold conferences on October 23 from 4-8 pm and October 25 from 1-8 pm.

  • Most teachers have already scheduled their parent-teacher conferences. If you have not been contacted by your child’s teacher, please call the school at 540-2220.
  • Parents will be sent a reminder of their conference time in the first weeks of October. If you have a conflict, changes can be made at that time.
  • If you are unable to attend at your scheduled time, please call and make arrangements for a new time. Our goal is to have 100% conference attendance.

 

Intermediate School
The Intermediate School will hold conferences Monday, October 22 and Wednesday, October 24 from 4:20 – 8pm and Thursday, October 25 from 12:40-4:00pm. In addition to the 22nd, 24th, and 25th each team has additional conference dates and times available; please contact your child's teacher for availability. 

  • Parent-Teacher Conferences will be conducted by the core team of teachers that work with your child.
  • All parents are asked to call 540-3156 or email their child’s teacher to set up a conference if one has not been previously arranged.
  • Reminder notices will be provided to parents that signed up previously.
  • Any parent unable to attend the scheduled time should call and make arrangements for a new time.

 

 

 

Middle School
STUDENT-LED PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES: Monday, October 22 4:00-7:45pm
This format allows students to play an important role in acknowledging their educational responsibilities under the guidance of their advisory teachers. Each student has a portfolio which he/she is responsible for filling with the following required elements: pieces of choice work from each class, teacher behavior information sheets, assessment information, grade card, and student-prepared plan of progress. Parents will schedule a fifteen-minute time slot with the student's advisory teacher through
www.volunteerspot.com.

or

TRADITIONAL-STYLE PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES: Wednesday, October 24  4:00-7:45pm. This format is a traditional conference where an individual teacher meets with one family at a time.  Although not student-led, we would like to encourage parents to bring his/her student too!   Parents will schedule a fifteen-minute time slot with the student's advisory teacher through www.volunteerspot.com.

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FLEXIBLE HALF-DAY: Thursday, October 25 12:30-2:45pm
Parents can sign up this day using www.volunteerspot.com for either type of conference in fifteen-minute intervals.

 

 

High School
Pleasant Hill High School will host Parent / Teacher Conferences on Tuesday, October 23 from 5-8:30pm, Wednesday October 24 from 5-8:30pm and Thursday October 25 from 12:30-3pm. Parents will receive an email with a sign up form. The form will allow parents to click on a teachers name to schedule a specific time to meet. Ten minute time slots have been made available for conferences. If you have any questions, or concerns please contact your child’s teacher by dialing 816-540-3111.

 

 

 

 

 

New staff to join Pleasant Hill R-III District in August

Staff vacancies and reassignments within the district have allowed thirty-eight new staff members to join the district this fall. They will begin new teacher workshops on Aug. 6.

 

Primary School

Jaime Clodfelter will bring 7 years of experience to the District and serve as a Music teacher. For the past two years, she taught K-5 music with the Clinton School District. She has a Bachelor of Music from the University of Central Missouri.

 

In her first year of teaching, Kaitlin Fifer will serve as a 2nd Grade teacher. She completed her student teaching as a 2nd grade Co-teacher at the Primary School this past Spring. She has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Bringing 10 years of experience to the District, LeAnn Hauck will serve as a SPED Co-teacher. For the past 6 years, she taught 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grade for the Lone Jack School District. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Graceland University and a Masters of Education from University of Missouri.

 

In her first year of teaching, Katherine Keith will serve as SPED Co-Teacher. She completed her student teaching at High Pointe Elementary with the Nixa School District. She received her Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from the Missouri State University.

 

Bringing 6 years of experience to the District, Staci Logan will serve as a First Grade teacher. She was a Kindergarten teacher for the Odessa School District. She has a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science from the University of Central Missouri.

 

After substituting for the District for the past two years, Jennifer Meiries will return as a Paraprofessional. She brings more than 6 years of experience assisting and supporting classroom teachers. 

 

Bringing 13 years of experience to the District, Pam Pressley will serve as a SPED teacher. She was a Special Education teacher and Behavior Interventionist with the Belton School District. She has a Bachelors in Social Welfare from the University of Kansas and a Master of Arts from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

 

Candy Shanley will serve as a Kindergarten teacher and bring 7 years of experience to the District. She was a First Grade and Kindergarten teacher with the Holden School District. She has a Bachelor in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education from the University of Central Missouri and a Master in Educational Theory and Practice from ASU in Jonesboro, AR.

 

Kelsey Urioste will serve as a ECSE Paraprofessional. She brings 4 years of experience to the District. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Southwest Baptist University.

 

Elementary School

A former graduate, Heather Camuso will serve as a 4th Grade teacher. She was a first and second grade teacher for the past two years at Calhoun School District. She received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Bringing 4 years of experience to the District, Douglas Evans will serve as a 3rd Grade teacher. For the past year, he was a 4th grade teacher with the Strasburg School District. He has a Bachelor of the Arts in Psychology from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and a Master of Science from Southwest Baptist University.

 

Elizabeth Goller will serve as a Vocal Music teacher and will bring 3 years of experience to the District. She was a Music teacher at Christ Church Christian School in Warrensburg, MO for two years. She has a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Nicole Hartman will serve as a 4th grade teacher. She was a 4th Grade teacher with the Sweet Springs School District for four years and a Paraprofessional with the Warrensburg School District for 3 years. She has a Bachelor of Science from the University Central Missouri.

 

Abbey Manning will bring 11 years of experience to the Pleasant Hill School District and will serve as a SPED Co-teacher. She was a Special Education teacher for the Waverly Public School District at Eagle Elementary. She received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Missouri – Columbia and a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Doane College In Lincoln, NE.

 

Melissa Sebree will serve as a 3rd Grade teacher. She was a 3rd / 4th Grade looping teacher for the Fort Osage School District for the past 5 years. She has a Bachelor of Science from Drury University.

 

Jacob VanSlyke will bring 4 years of experience to the District and serve as a 4th Grade teacher. For the past 4 years he was a fifth grade teacher at McEowen Elementary School in Harrisonville. He has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Lori Williams will serve as a day custodian. She was with the RayPec School District as a lead custodian for the past 8 years.

 

Intermediate School

Bringing 11 years of experience to the District, Rachel Cole will serve as counselor. She was a counselor at Johnson Elementary in the Hickman Mills School District. She earned a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Education and Educational Specialist from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

 

Bringing 7 years of experience to the district, Jacqueline Green will serve as a SPED teacher. She was a Special Education / Regular Education teacher with the Grandview School District for the past 4 years. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Kansas City Art Institute and a Masters in Education from Avila University.

 

Amanda Myers will serve as a 5th Grade teacher. She brings 2 years of experience from the Drexel School District where she taught Pre-Algebra and Algebra. She has a Bachelor of Science and a Elementary Math Specialist from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Middle School

Trent Giffin will bring 13 years of experience to the District as a SPED teacher. He was a Special Education teacher with the La Cygne Kansas School District for the past 4 years. He has a Bachelor of Science from Pittsburg State University and a Master of Science from Emporia State University.

 

Bringing 11 years of experience to the District, Nicholas Hanzivasilis will serve as a Math teacher. Last year, he taught Geometry, Algebra 2 and Math Strategies for the Blue Valley School District. He has a Bachelor of Arts from Thiel College in Greenville, PA.

 

Bringing 18 years of experience to the District, Eija Johnson will serve as a SPED teacher. She was a Special Education teacher for the Belton School District. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Lambuth University in Jackson, TN and a Master of Arts from Avila University.

 

A former graduate of Pleasant Hill School District, Weslee Pearce will serve as a night custodian.

 

Bringing 31 years of experience to the District, Marla Stone will serve as a Science / Physical Education teacher. She was a middle school science teacher for the past 13 years with the McPherson School District. She received a Bachelor of Science from William Jewell College and a Master of Sports Science Degree from the United States Sports Academy.

 

Sherry Woodward-Beck will serve as a Focus Room Paraprofessional. She will bring more than 7 years of experience to the District. She was an Instructional Aide at Southwood Elementary for the Raytown School District.

 

High School

Jacob Corcoran will serve as a Art / FACS teacher. He was a Pre-K and 2nd through 12th grade Art Educator with the Sweet Springs School District for the past 4 years. He received a Bachelor of Science in Art Education from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Mikala Hays will serve as a English Language Arts teacher. She was a Co-teacher with the Lee’s Summit School District where she taught Advanced Studies 10, English 10 and IB 11 this past Spring. In May, she received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Michelle Kearfott will bring 9 years of experience to the District and serve as a FACS (Family and Consumer Science) teacher.  For the past 4 years, she taught Exploratory FACS, Child Development, Foods, Creative Foods, Fashion Design and Housing and Interior Design at Holden High School. She has a Bachelor of Science and a Masters from the University of Central Missouri.

 

Katelyn Land will bring 9 years of experience to the District and will serve as a English Language Arts teacher. Last year, she taught 4th grade with the Kansas City School District. She has a Bachelors of Science and a Master of Arts from Drury University and a Administration Specialist from Lindenwood University.

 

Alec Rentschler will serve as a Social Studies teacher. He taught US History, World History and Contemporary Issues for the past 2 years at Farmington High School in Farmington, MO. He has a Bachelor of Science and a Masters of Arts and Education from Truman State University.

 

Bringing 11 years of experience to the District, Mandie Wesley will serve as a Counselor. She was a Counselor at Knob Noster High School for the past 5 years where she received the 2016 Central Region Secondary Counselor of the Year. She has a Bachelors of Science from Missouri Western State University, a Masters from University of Central Missouri and a Education Specialist from William Woods University.

 

Jill Schleiden will serve as a English Language Arts teacher. She was a 7th grade English Language Arts teacher for Excelsior Springs School District for the past three years. She has a Bachelors in Communication Arts and a Master of Arts from the University of Missouri.

 

Daniel Yung will bring more than 6 years of experience to the District as an Accompanist. He is the church accompanist at St. Bridget’s Ctholic Church in Pleasant Hill. He received a Bachelor of Music from Truman State University and a Master of Music from the University of Missouri - Kansas City.

 

District

Sue Manion will serve as the Data Specialist. She will bring 15 years of experience to the District. She was a Secretary for the Academic and Curriculum Director and Building Attendance Secretary for the Harrisonville School District.

 

Rob Parker will bring more than 18 years of experience to the Maintenance Shop. He was a HVAC Technician, General Maintenance Technician and an Appliance Technician at John Knox Village.

 

Special Services

Amy Hofstetter will serve as a Speech Language Pathologist. She will bring 9 years of experience to the district. She was a Speech teacher for Fort Osage High School last year. She has a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Speech Pathology from the University of Central Missouri.

 

In her first year, Laura Magerkurth will serve as a Speech Language Pathologist. She completed her educational internship in Speech-Language Pathology with the Richardson Elementary School. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Truman State University and a Master of Science from the University of Central Missouri.

 

 

Honor Roll
Pleasant Hill Administration released the names of those students who were placed on the honor roll for their grade point average (GPA) for second semester.

Intermediate School
5th Grade – Superintendent’s
Leann Adkins, Cooper Aldrige, Wrigley Anderson, Von Barnaby, Anna Beatty, Brooke Beck, Alexis Brotherton, Zoey Coal, Ella Crain, Blaire Curdy, Sarah Davis, Jameson Duncan, Liam Elkins, Chloe Elliott, Jack Ervin, Chaney Gray, Carter Hammond, Garrison Hartsell, Riley Hays, Carter Hodson, Jordan Kenyon, Lillian Kenyon, Sidney Koehler, Tanna Kreisel, Ella Kurtz, Laney McDaniel, Addison Miller, Brooks Miller, Aidan Minor, Sophia Moran, Hycle Nolan, Aliceyn Patterson, Jacob Petrowsky, Chase Quilter, Jaron Reyes, Zachary Rinker, Brady Roe, Ava Rogers, Bryson Saucerman, Ryan Shaller, Amelia Scrogham, Ella Shaffer, Kaelyn Skivers, Jessica St. John, Jaidyn Tabony, Kasyn Tevis, Alana Thelin, Kennady Thornsberry, Addison Tippie, Karsyn Todd, Caia Underwood, Nicolette Wayne, Shannon Williamson, Tyne Wilson

 

6th Grade – Superintendent’s
Jackson Akin, Camden Anderson, Douglas Barnes, Ellie Beck, Easton Cotter, Bo Daniel, Reagan Donovan, Ryan Ervin,  Delanne Gilsdorf, Grant Hardin, Brady Hughes, Westyn Jensen, Alexis Jones, Brett Larrabee, Devin McClenahan, Aspen Milbrandt, Weston Miller, Amelia Mooneyham, Payton Moore, Rylee Perkins, Jaydn Ryan, Mara Shouse, Jackson Shuler, Abbigail Smith, Mason Tye, Lauren Weiss, Abygail Widhalm, Makynna Woods

 

5th Grade – Principal’s
Nathan Armstrong, Kadin Bennett, Kiarah Blation, Shelby Box, Lane Bracken, Trenton Burnett, Joby Byson, Alexander Catron, Ella Cline, Caitlyn Curtis, Skylar Cyr, McKenna Dinges-Summers, Ryan Doolittle, Leland Edenburn, Caleb Fisher, Josie Gladieux, Stephenia Gonzalez, Kallissa Goss, Kyden Heuwinkle, Brayden Johnson, Noah Keisacker, Cooper Kent, Haley Kenyon, Isabella Kietzmann, Kamia Kirkland, Emma Kitchell, Brayden Lango, Gabriel Littge, Stephen Longfellow, Bailey Lowe, Peyton Madison, Ava Martinez, Richard Mead-Crouch, Ava Meade, Lia Meeks, Leah Miller, Jon Mooneyham, Broc Moore, Andrew Moorefield, Abigail Munns, Connie Ouyang, Addison Owen, Haidyn Pike, Addison Ralston, Wyatt Robinson, Jackson Ryan, Addison Secrist, Zane Shouse, Hanna Show, Jamie Show, Andy Thielen, Sylynn Ulmer, Lillath Walter, Samantha Ward, Lola Whistle

 

6th Grade – Principal’s
Cameron Barnes, Reagan Beaman, Halie Boardman, Brayden Bush, Casey Carey, Leyla Carrera, Natalie DeLapp, Randel Graham, Campbell Gregory, Jacob Harmon, Addison Hauck, Aubrey Hudkins, Kaylyn Isaman, Meriah Kates, Hannah Kleyh, Allie Klockenga, Renee Laycook, Addison Lentz, Jaiden Little, Jordan Lysinger, Jude Marconett, Grace McCommon, Aiden Meeks, Noah Moreno, Natalie Morris, Landon Moutray, Asia Munns, Nicholas Talan, Allsion Oliver, Maria Ore, Madison Powers, Brooke Schror, Madalyn Stranckmeyer, Owen Thornsberry, Jackson Vescovi, Victoria Wilson, Mya Wise

 

5th Grade – Honor Roll
Joseph Allen, Kaidah Bennett, Faith Bledsoe, Shea Bowman, Addison Bracken, Joci Brisbin, Makenzie Brown, Brayden Carlton, Aaron Creach, Montana Crider, Brody Driver, Addison Fidler, Leanna Gentry, Mason Gibbons, Hunter Gray, Draven Haegdorens, Carter Harrsion, Olivia Hoffman, Brennan Johnson, Maurice Johnson, Kaitlyn Kircher, Charlie Kitchell, Emma Lara, Emily Layton, Katie McKay, Hailey Melcher, Drew Meuschke, Tyler Meyer, Parker Morrison, Wyatt Newman, Korbin O’Neal, Keiyn Richardson, Owen Rosanbalm, Levi Runions, Alexander Servos, Addison Shaw, Olivia Shipley, Jaiden Sidwell, Chase Simmons, Kaylin Simms, Mason Snow, Mya Spear, Colin Stansbury, Brandon Strauss, Aaron Theilen, Braxton Thompson, Makaylah Turner, Garrison Tweedie, Azasay VanZant, Landen Watson, Christopher Watters, Reese Weber, Adam Wilson, Zoey Younce

 

6th Grade – Honor Roll
Macee Adams, Brooklyn Allen, Owen Avery, Madek Beachner, Ella Betts, Carrisa Bink, Abrien Bowman, Jacob Box, Olivia Boynton, Cole Bracken, Maci Brinkoetter, Hilary Brown, Kaylee Chambers, Andrew Cordray, Stephanie Cornwell, Liam Cox, Xavier Creighton, Ashley Curry, Teigan Eaton, Jackson Ewing, Cory German, Troy Gustin, Trinity Halfmann, Gabriela Hanes, Anna Hays, Aaron Horkay, Emma Huffman, Carter Hull, Dylan Jackson, Korie Jenkins, Hunter Jewell, Jayden Kenyon, Lauren Kidwell, Cooper Killian, Brayden Klotz, Jack Kohler, Sophia LaPee’, Gwendolin Long, Brayden Maahany, John Mann, Lucas Mannino, Katrina McDonald, Madison McKee, Addison Meeks, Caydon Orrick, Cole Rasmussen, Isabel Ross, Aubrey Ruona-McGill, Addison Smith, Ada Solorio-Variga, Maggie Spears, Carly Stout, Grayson Sudduth, Kylie Sullivan, Carter Szajnuk, Isabelle Talbot, Emma Taylor, Nathan Teitelbaum, Genna Tweedie, Izabella Vavra, Ximena Venegas, Addey Wade, Nevaeh Walker, Phoenix Werner, Tyler Wise

 

Middle School

7th Grade – Superintendent’s
Jolyn Blake, Calli Bloom, Corina Brockman, Brenden Bunch, Dustin Crockett, Aryana Devault, Cooper Divine, Emma Dutcher, Madison Franklin, Madison Frazier, Taliya Guenther, Katherine Hamilton, Emma Kleyh, Avery Lawrence, Caleb Martin, Katherine Meiries, James Mooneyham, Chloe More, Anna Morrison, Chase Underwood

 

8th Grade – Superintendent’s
Walker Aldridge, Caitlyn Allen, Kelly Anderson, Isabel Bakken, Isaac Bledsoe, Marisa Brendel, Kennedy Donovan, Emmy Duncan, Madalynn Fatino, Kiley Fuast, Jordan Fisher, Dharma Gilsdorf, Caroline Gray, Cheyann Johnson, Molli Johnson, Sydney Johnson, Abigail Kindt, Nina Lapee, Morgan Lassiter, Wyatt Leyda, Jesse Matthes, Grace McKee, Elliott Moore, Victoria Nickols, Ryan Perisho, Delaney Schuller, Jaydon Shuler, Elizabeth Sudduth, Olivia Toler, David Vaughan, Trey Widhalm, Sarah Wilhoit, Alexia Woods, Madison Woods

 

7th Grade – Principal’s
Kelsey Baker, Peyton Brunell, Raelynn Carter, Chloe Clapp, Grayce Clark, Jay Cooper, Sofie Duncan, Samuel Ewing, Makyna Faust, Serentiy Ford, Kinleigh Gardner, Hailey Gentry, Lawson Gonzalez, Jacob Hanes, Riley Hawkins, Mason Hicks, Hayden Hornbostel, Jakob Hurd, Ayden Jackson, McKenna Kaps, Reagan Kimrey, Nicholas Linthicum, Ryan Murray, Jesse Ouyang, Quicny Payne Thornton, Emelia Proudfit, Alicia Quinn, Jozlyine Rivera, Shannon Ruckman, Alena Scrogham, KoleStarlin, Cooper Sullivan, Taylor Vaughn, Justin Wasson, Reagan Watterson, Emileigh West

 

8th Grade – Principal’s
George Arbuckle, Lillie Burgess, Bailey Burnett, Riley Cole, Mazlyn Collins, Lexie Danner, Madelyn Davis, Cason Driver, Samantha Fenton, Jordan Fisher, Paige Fisher, Peyton Franklin, Sophia Gregory, Elizabeth Hawkins, Robert jobe, Carmen Kidwell, Clayton Kohler, Makenzie Layton, Alixis Little, Kylie Lloyd, Barrett Looney, Mine Maree, Seth Moreno, Jay Powell, Alivia Redwine, Zachary Redwine, Noah Riley, Johnathan Rivera, Marissa Sheeley-Jones, Tyler Taylor, Alyssa Williams

 

7th Grade – Regular
Cody Ammerman, Jonah Anderson, Brayden Bass, Nathan Chinn, Ayden Cline, Mya Dellaguardia, Kathryn Dummer, David Duncan, Cooper Fellers, Curtis Frye, Carissa Ginther, Tristin Gower, Ema Graham, Mason Hamilton, Aaron Hawley, Alex Hill, Rylee Huslig, Wesley Irwin, Karsyn Johnson, Dylan Kauffman, Nathan Kobie, Gracie Layton, Jacob Liley, Carly Long, Cheyenne Maasen, Lydia Mannino, Bethany Markham, Mia Meuschke, Braidy Moore, Keaton Odle, Emma Parmenter, Skylar Poss, Brielle Quilter, Grant Reeves, Haley Ross, Brooke Shifflett, Sam Slaughter, Samantha Smith, Hannah South, Ella Weber, Alec Williams, Madison Wilson, Emma Young

 

8th Grade – Regular
Sofia Abney, Leo Adkins, George Arbuckle, Braden Beatty, Madison Blevins, Kaidence Cleveland, Mazalyn Collins, Kotton Crawford, Matthew Davis, Brooke Devaul, Peyton Franklin, Sophia Gregory, Brooke Hartwig, Mariah Hedrick, Serenity Heuwinkel, Hayden Hocker, TJ Horkay, Abby Johnson, Carmen Kidwell, Ali Little, Kylie Lloyd, Logan Mann, Liam McCall, Jadyn Medlock, Justin Moore, Tyler Parton, Darian Patet, Hannah Ponder, Harley Prewitt, Noah Riley, Gavin Rogers, Rayne Rusk, Marissa Sheely-Jones, Abigail Shipley, Ella Smith, Hadelynn Smith, Carissa Smith-Neely, Emma Thaller, AvrielleTindall, Natalia Vavra, Jayden Wilburn

 

High School

Superintendent’s
9th Grade –
Drake Beaman, Angel Cordray, Landon Fatino, Dylan Orpin, Tera Reberry, Abigail Teitelbaum, Tobin Wise, Addison Zurcher


10th Grade  -
Logan Bailey, Collin Brockman, Kylie Campbell, Nicole Clapp, Jacey Faust, Jaden Greenwood, Dayton Little, Alyssa Math, Cailee More, Colin Paris, Cole Swofford, Rachel Wilhoit, Grant Williams

11th Grade  - Daniel Albin, Sydney Bunch, Kayleigh Hitchcock, Shelby Jack, Grace Kenyon, Danielle Lichte, Taylor Markham, Sarah Morris, Madison Mason, Grace Riley, Garrett Schick, Benjamin Yoder, Paige Zieman

 

12th Grade – Breann Bissonnette, Levi Cohen, Alyssa Coon, Rachel Denney, Michael Denney, Joseph Dryer, Autumn Ferguson, Logan Gish, Brett Greufe, Joseph Heinrich, Dominic Hemme, Nathaniel Holmes, Eric Humphrey, Grace Keilholz, Skyler Kirchhofer, Jerod Rottinghaus, Derek Smith, Dale Snider, Chance Sullivan, Brandon Young


Principal’s
9th Grade – Joshua Anderson, Jenna Avery, Owen Bailey, Karis Bloom, Avory Bloss, Evan Burns, Joliana Canaan, Carson Case, Nelson Descombes, Jaxton Dinges, Caroline Duensing, Canton Elliott, Margaret Gonzalez, Paige Gustin, Connor Hardin, Emily Hill, Eugene Horkay, Emma Johnson, Hannah Joyce, Claire Kenyon, Emily Kerbs, Brock Koehler, Michelle Kramer, Ashlyn Long, Gabrielle Lopez, Keagon Madison, Lillie Math, Makayla McClenahan, Braden Meyer, Evan Miller, Ashton Morris, Madelyn Nelson, Christopher Oliver, Zion Patterson, Sydney Peters, Isabelle Proudfit, Madison Rape’, Alexandria Redwine, Abigail Ring, Jessica Ross, Regan Shouse, Zackary Smith, Averie Snyder, Jack Snyder, Kaemyn Stidham, James Tabony, Olivia Trask, Alaina Umscheid, Riley Vaughn, Alexiea Werner


10th Grade – Brandon Baker, Ethan Beagle, Jasmine Brown, Patrick Brunell, Ethan Campbell, Truman Cartner, Katie Clay, Mitchell Coon, Braylee Davis, Catherine Davis, Austin Dinges, Lindsey Dobson, Desmond Ewing, Hunter Fannin, Jade Feeler, Rebecca Goble, Esabel Helgren, Lucas Henley, Hanah Hocker, Jordan Hoerl, Angeleena Hook, Natalie Hopkins, Ashlynn Keilholz, Emily Kerchner, Kolton Kincaid, Blaine Kleyh, John Kohler, Sydney Lamborn, Bethany Larkins, Jagger Lawler, Austin Long, Trenton Long, Julia Longmeyer, Ethan Longo, Hailey McCommon, Angela McCormick, Savannah McIntosh, Aidan Moore, Julia Moore, Christina Morris, Aidan Parker, Emily Perisho, Garrett Pierce, Isabella Raysik, Tanner Reffitt, Jayden Reyes, Abigale Rice, Kyleigh Roe, Alex Shelton, Caleb Shepard, Carson Shoop, Julia Sias, Dawson Sivils, Morgan Smith, Nicole South, Megan Swinney, Sayler Todd, Margaret Tribble, Miguel Venegas, Sarah Watson, Rileigh West, Alec Wheeler, Samantha Woods.

 

11th Grade – Jeffrey Aguilar, Andrea Allen, Katherine Bauer, Chloe Bloom, Sierra Bowman, Marissa Bowman, Wyatt Bramwell, Averee Brattin, Kennedy Burton, Wesley Butler, Aaron Chen, Trey Clevenger, Joel Conway, Mackenzie Dimarco, Mariah Dryer, Dawson Ferdig, Hannah Glass, Faith Griggs, Jakob Hammond, McKenna Hanover, Reagan Harrison, Sophia Harvey, Mitchell Hayes, Micala Huffman, Corey Kelly, Miranda Kelley, Jenna Kerbs, Adelynn Link, Emma Marshall, Sarah Miller, Emma Mueller, Maragh Newberry, Chesnea Philipsheck, Ali Ray, Paden Ruckman, Taylor Stith, Joseph Sosko, William Toler, Stewart Watson, Halee Werner, Saylor Zurcher

 

12th Grade – Jordan Anderson, Emily Armstrong, Maegan Ashmore, Meghan Ball, Mackenzie Beaman, Anna Boehm, Ryan Bowen, Evan Brons, Gaige Brunell, Samara Bruno, Brooke Cash, Nathaniel Chace, Andrew Conway, Kacie Creighton, Savannah Demeyer, Noah Descombes, Makayla Devault, Ashtyn Dickens, Jordyan Ethridge, Kaitlin Evans, Cali Faherty, Cody Faust, Blake Fernau, Jacob Figley, Shawn Gallagher, Tabitha Graham, Kirsten Gross, Colten Haak, Layla Heritage, Mason Hoenshell, Richard Hughes, Madison Hunt, Evan Jacobs, Angela Klein, Brylee Langford, Keith Lapee, Marcus Lapee, Rebecca Latimer, Kailtyn Lloyd, Mason Long, Savannah Long, Lauren Mann, Ashley McClenahan, Anthony McSparran, Callie Miller, Grace Montag, Alexander Moore, Noah Moore, Saisha Morgan, Mikayla Norman, Caitlin O’Hanlon, Tori Parrott, Alexandra Pierce, Andrea Powell, Kylee Reeves, Madison Roach, Johana Rosas, Jordan Rottinghaus, Sydney Schirlls, David Shanks, Gracie Smith, Emily Stocking, Robert Stone, Tristin Sudduth, Luke Swofford, Kirsten Thompson, Mariah Thompson, Tanner Todd, Alyssa Whistle, Michael Wright, Gennavieve Wrobel, Evan Yokley, Brandon Younce, Tori Young

 

 

Regular Honor Roll
9th Grade –
Aidan Amor, Kale Bakken, Ian Bledsoe, Mattie Bracken, Allee Brattin, Darren Byrd, Victoria Cain, Jesse Cammisano, Makenzie Carlile, John Carter, Emily Cook, Madison Copowycz, Morgan Corbin, Paige Cottrell, Isabella Danner, Parker Elkins, Hayden Farmer, Noah Fidler, Elijah Fondren, Gissell Garcia, Jacob Glaze, Alexandra Good, Silas Gray, Kaylee Hawley, Marissa Helms, Caitlin Hensley, Jessica Hockett, Destiny Human, Blaise Jackson, Prestly Lamar, Emma Lapee, Jenna Marconett, Elizabeth May, Raigen Mickelberry, Austin Noel, Madalynne Ohler, Jackson Petersen, Anna Rogers, Tyler Rowe, Aubrey Schirlls, Aubrey Scott, Philip Servos, Tate Stockstill, Robert Summers, Austin Walker Katelynn Wheat, Alyssa Ziegelbein

 

10th Grade – Madalyn Allen, Jackson Barnes, Lee Chrisman, Kaitlyn Ewing, Brooke Fernau, Clay Froehlich, Lawrence Graham, Tanner Graves, Hunter Greufe, Deidra Gross, Ethan Hansen, Jeffrey Hatfield, Paige Hicks, Shyann Jellison, Megan Kurle, Victor Leiker, Michael Maasen, Audrey Mann, Abigail McKee, Randi Miller, Mikayla Ollison, Madison Roeder, Shirley Salcedo, Simon Scott, Parker Snow, Lily Spear, Eli Vanatta, Melissa Walters, Cruz Weber, Ethan Weber, Brylee Wells, Alexis White, Noah Worsley

 

11th Grade – Laura Allee, Trace Armstrong, Christian Atkins, Macey Barker, Kaitlyn Clevenger, Zoe Crockett, Hunter Foote, Allie Gerken, Amber Gerken, Morgan Gish, Ainsley Gray, Tyler Hagan, Keyara Halstead, Anastasia Hanes, Madeline Helms, Jeramy Higgins, Gabriel Hodge, Mazen Jackson, Delaney Lawrence, Brittany Marshall, Joey Mazy Franks, Bayne McCall, Madison McDaniel, Cameron Parker, Avery Quilter, James Schoenfelt, Taylor Shewmaker, Keegan Slaughter, Jackson Stone, Makayla Taylor, Casandra Waddle, Timothy Whorton, Luke Winkler

 

12th Grade – Dillon Blackburn, Emma Braley, Dillon Bray, Jackson Caley, Jared Clapp, Miguel Dotson, Christoffer Frellsen, Joe Halstead, Jordan Hamlin, Tyler Harrald, Jacob Harris, Jillian Heuwinkel, Ryan Hopkins, David Kobie III, James McKee, Michael Okuly, Summer Ray, Lauren Redwine, Rachel Ridge, Jordan Sidwell, Amanda Snow, Chase Thompson, Evan Wehner, John Whiting, Aspen Younce

 

 

 

 

Perfect Attendance
Pleasant Hill Administration released the names of those students who maintained perfect attendance for second semester of the2017-2018school year.

 

Primary School:
All Year: Hunter Alexander
Second Semester: Ian Carey, Aiden Degen, Parker Rosanbalm, Payton Wells

 

Elementary School:
All Year: Callista Abel, Aidan Carey
Second Semester: Callista Abel, Aidan Carey, Caden Johnson, JeniRosanbalm

Intermediate School:
2nd Semester Outstanding Attendance
5th Grade – Faith Bledsoe, Cindy Blaire, Chaney Gray, Emma Lara, Hycle Reed Noland, Owen Rosanbalm, Ryan Jackson, Bryson Saucerman, Ryan Schaller

6th Grade – Brandon Enriquez, Gregory Campbell, Jayden Kenyon, Jude Marconette

Year Long Outstanding Attendance
5th Grade – Owen Rosanbalm
6th Grade – Brandon Enriquez;, Jude Marconett

 

Middle School:
7th Grade
All Year: Kinleigh Gardner, Carissa Ginther, Lillian Gross, Elektra Huffman, Emma Kleyh
Second Semester: Kinleigh Gardner, Carissa Ginther, Lillian Gross, Elektra Huffman, Emma Kleyh, Nathan Kobie, Avery Lawrence, Isabella Noel, Kaleb Richards, Hannah South, Makayla Stalker Klotz, Chase Underwood

8th Grade
All Year: Kelly Anderson, Riley Cole, Alexandria Danner, Kiley Faust, Morgan Lassiter, Jadyn Medlock, Seth Moreno, Alivia Redwine
Second Semester: Kelly Anderson, Riley Cole, Alexandria Danner, Kiley Faust, Cheyann Johnson, Clayton Kohler, Nina Lapee, Morgan Lassiter, Jesse Matthes, Liam McCall, Jadyn Medlock, Seth Moreno, Alivia Redwine, Hadelynn Smith

High School:
9th Grade
1st Year – Joshua Anderson, Darren Byrd, Isabella Danner, Nelson DesCombes
Second Semester: Joshua Anderson, Darren Byrd, Isabella Danner, Nelson DesCombes

10th Grade
1st Year – Braylee Davis, Jeffrey Hatfield
2nd Year – Abigail McKee
Second Semester: Braylee Davis, Jeffrey Hatfield, Abigail McKee, Aidan Parker, Nicole South, Grant Williams, Noah Worsley

11th Grade
1st Year – Quinn Oakes
3rd Year – Madison Mason
Second Semester: Katherine Bauer, Chase Gray, Madison Mason, Bryce McGinnis, Quinn Oakes

12th Grade
1st Year – Andrew Conway, Kaitlin Evans
4th Year – Kylee Reeves
Second Semester: Andrew Conway, Rachel Denney, Kaitlin Evans, Kylee Reeves, Brandon Younce