USD 465 Foundation gives $22,750 in Scholarships for 2023

CONGRATULATIONS to our winners!

Anglemyer/Fralic Scholarship
   GraceLynn Benavides, Logan Burleson, Katherine Lenz
Damien Annuschat Scholarship
   Jake Jewers, Savanna Tapia
James Annuschat Scholarship
   Logan Burleson, Gavin Boling, Kayli Myers, Daisy Parsons, Claire Priest, Makaila Samson, America           Sanchez, Hannah Selle, Laura Shriner, Emerson smith, Jacob Speer, Adam Woods
Adelaide Barnard Scholarship
   Hannah Selle
Taylor Bradbury Scholarship
   Mavrick Thomas
Flick Scholarship
   Daisy Parsons
Friends of Music Scholarship
   Roslyn Richert
Gober Scholarship
   Danny Duong
Gonzales Scholarship
  Seaf Bate, Mark Thomas
Graham Scholarship
   GraceLynn Benvides, Derek Bryant, Katherine Lenz
Hawk Scholarship
   America Sanchez, Anjolina Phoughavong
McClung Scholarship
   Braden Ledford
Bill Medley Scholarship
   Braden Ledford, Caden Roark
Plank/Lowe Scholarship
   Mason Peters
Union State Bank Scholarship
   Anjolina Phouthavong
Lola Viets Scholarship
   Morgan Flippo, Rozlynn Richert, Shelby Farnsworth

An Evening to Celebrate USD 465’s Art Collection

USD 465 Foundation Art Committee Fundraiser was held on April 28th at RCB Bank.

The evening started with Bob Hartley giving a brief history of USD 465’s art collection.

Gloria Ulbrich then showed the audience how the RCB bank’s mural painted by Sue Jean Covacevich-Boys tells “The Story of Winfield”. Sue Jean was a student of Birger Sandzen.

The event highlighted Birger Sandzen, his works in our collection and his influence on other artists like Sue Jean Covacevich and the Prairie printmakers. Curator of the Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery in Lindsborg, Cori Sherman North, gave an informative presentation about Sandzen. 

J.K. Campbell ended the evening with information about the USD 465 Art Committee’s goal of restoring the district’s collection and most importantly placing the pieces in our schools.

Funds are needed to make this goal a reality. The Art committee encourages patrons to be a part of the restoration and proper care of the collection. To learn more please follow this link or call Sheryl Ohm at 620-221-1674

USD 465 Foundation Art Exhibit Now at the Middle School

The District’s Sue Jean Covacevich’s works recently displayed at the Winfield Public Library were moved recently to the Winfield Middle School. Students found and began enjoying the pieces before the setup crew was finished! Thanks to the USD 465 Foundation Art Committee for their work in putting together this exhibit.

2023 MS art exhibit

Congratulations Felicia Mettling!

We are very happy to announce that Felicia Mettling, a school nurse for USD 465, has won the USD 465 Terri Ashida-Fields Staff Scholarship to help finance her continued education. Nurses are critical to having a healthy environment in our schools. Thank you, Felicia, for working to gain more knowledge to help our students.

2023 Fields Scholarship Felicia Mettling

Half Size Cello gifted by Foundation

WHS Orchestra teacher, Sarah Naillon requested the purchase of a half size cello. USD 465 Foundation was pleased to be able to fulfill that wish. Now we have a grateful student.

USD Fd Music pic Harrison and cello 2023

USD 465 Foundation Art Exhibit

Over 50 people attended a showing of some of the Sue Jean Covacevich’s works from the USD 465 District’s art collection at the Winfield Public Library on Saturday, February 11, 2022. We were especially honored to have Sue Jean’s daughter, Teresa Granna, speak about her mom and her work and their travels. The pieces remain up for public viewing until March 24th. 

A Tribute to Winfield Teacher Don Mull

Winfield has great teachers who spark the joy of learning in students. Don Mull, one of those exceptional instructors, recently died.  A past student, Joe Dietrick, hasn’t forgotten and honored his contributions in this recent letter to the Editor in the Courier Traveler.


2022 Joe Dietrick's Tribute to Teacher Don Mull

Students and Teacher Thrilled with Grant

Lowell And Whittier Elementary music teacher, Sidnie Davidson and her student s were thrilled to receive a USD 465 Foundation grant to get MIDI Keyboard Pianos. They delivered loads of handmade Thank you cards for board members and expressed their excitement to put the keyboards into use.

2022-11 Sidnie Davidson & students say thankyou for music grant

2022-11 Grant Thank yous from Lowell and Whittier

Reunions are still Happening!

Don’t miss a chance to reminisce with you friends and classmates. Check out our Reunion Schedule

Elementary Schools’ 2022 Scholarship Winners

Winfield’s Elementary Schools give scholarships each year to graduating seniors who were their past students.
Congratulations to this year’s winners!

Country View – Claire Flower, Alivia Cartlidge, John Moberly, and Grace Kelley
Irving – Charles Hensley
Lowell – Chris Neal and Anna Ross
Whittier – Chase Barg

Songster/Watson Scholarship Winner

The staff at Whittier elementary has established a one-time scholarship for a 2022 graduate of Winfield High School in honor of two very special teachers. Speech and language pathologist, Mrs. Pam Songster and music educator, Mrs. Annie Watson. Both of these educators loved their careers in education and devoted their lives to elementary students in Winfield. Both also retired from Winfield Public Schools in the spring of 2021.

Applicants were required to use the funds for college expenses studying in the education field, have at least a 3.0 GPA, and show proof of participation in different types of community volunteer opportunities.

We are pleased to announce that McKenna Roark was chosen as the winner.

We wish her great success at school as she strives to follow Mrs. Songster and Mrs. Watson into the important field of education.

USD 465 Fd gives $26,300 in Scholarships

Congratulations to our 2022 Student Scholarship Winners!

Anglemyer/Fralic Scholarship
   Ellie Koman, Katherine Lenz, Mikayla Konrade
Damien Annuschat Scholarship
   Katherine Lenz, Anna Ross
James Annuschat Scholarship
   Alivia Cartlidge, Danny Ball, Haylee Satterlee, MaKenna Roark,
   Tammy Do, Charles Hensley, Mikayla Konrade, Gavin Turner,
   David Grimm, Alexa Wingett,Andrew Konrade
Adelaide Barnard Scholarship
   Klara Flom
Taylor Bradbury Scholarship
   Christopher Norton, Aleigha Gale, Danny Ball
Flick Scholarship
   John Moberly
Gonzales Scholarship
   Claire Flower, John Moberly
Graham Scholarship
   Addison Barg, Kenna Biddle, Ellie Koman
Hawk Scholarship
   Grace Kelley, Alexa Wingett
Katheryn Jones Scholarship
   Alivia Cartlidge
Plank/Lowe Scholarship
   Chase Barg
Lola Viets Scholarship
   Coryn Badley, McKenna Roark, Chase Barg

Terri Ashida-Fields Staff Scholarship Winners

Terri Ashida-Fields was a devoted teacher who believed in improving lives through education. This $2,000 scholarship was been established in Terri’s memory to honor her love of teaching and education and to support USD 465 employees as they supported her.

Congratulations to these 2022 winners!
Maronda Blankenship, Kasha Broce and Zachary McDowell

Elementary Schools’ 2021 Scholarship Winners

Winfield Elementary schools are proud to award scholarships each year to past students.

Congratulations to these winners!
Country View – Garrett James
Irving – Noah Everett
Lowell – Norman Rhodes and Jessica Mull
Whittier – Breckyn Lindeman


Congratulations to USD 465 FD 2021 Scholarship Winners!

The Foundation was pleased to award $19,500 in scholarships to this great group of WHS graduates.

Ellie Koman, Madeline Tessmer, Gabe Heger

Juliaun Phaophongavath

Elly Bertholf, Madelin Cantu, Noah Everett, Bailey Haunschild, Isabella Kelley, Craig LaBrue, Braden Ledford, Grant Maybrier, Ella Meseke, Sophia Sisk, Jessie Toon

Alexandria Brobeck

Christopher Norton

Braden Ledford, Emma Schumacher

Isabella Hunt, Kenna Biddle, Kayla Wampler, Meganne Nihart

Abigale Hunt, Caden Roark

Addison Barg

Isabella Hunt

Addison Barg, Alexandria Brodbeck, Jacob George

2021 Reunions

The pandemic has made scheduling different but  Alumni are busy planning this year’s reunions. Don’t miss yours.
Check out the Reunion Schedule 2021

Time to Apply for Scholarships

USD 465 Foundation Scholarship applications are due April 15th.
Check out our Scholarship page for an application form and more information.

Congrats to Winfield Elementary School Scholarship Winners

All of Winfield Public Elementary Schools have created scholarships for their past students. We are happy to announce this years winners.
Country View – Regan Nicole Woods
Irving – Meg Stone
Lowell – Peter Stout
Whittier – Emily Randall

Announcing 2020 USD 465 Scholarship Winners

The Foundation awarded $18,500 in scholarships this spring to WHS graduates.  Congratulations to our Winners!

2019 Graduate Awards
Emily Randall, Emma Sultz, Hunter Thompson

Regan Woods, Donna Duong

Ashya Chapman, Shelby Fuqua, Peter Stout, MadisonSultz, NikolaiCro,Ryker Hill, Camden Humphreys, Nikcolette Morrissey

Shelby Fuqua

Aleigha Gale

Regan Woods

Madison Sultz, Nikolette Morrissey

Kenna Biddle, Isabella Hunt, John Stout, Aubrey Cartlidge

Rebecca Grimm

Fiona Badley, Shelby Fuqua, Elena Woodburn

Awards to Graduates with previous college credits
Isabella Hunt

Hayley Maybrier

Mia Pentz, Madison Sultz

Congratulations Tabatha Rosproy National Teacher of the Year!

When USD 465 opened the state’s first preschool classroom within a retirement village at Cumbernauld we knew we had a wonderful teacher to take the helm. Now the whole nation is learning how fabulous she is. Watch the video below to see Tabatha interviewed when the award was announced May 21st on CBS This Morning.

Tabatha is the first teacher from Kansas to win this award since 1962 and the first ever preschool teacher to win. We are so proud of her!

Important Update!

Because of the district changes due to the Covid19 pandemic the USD 465 Foundation has extended our Scholarship application deadline to June 1, 2020.

2020 Reunions

Alumni are busy planning this year’s reunions. Don’t miss yours.
Check out the Reunion Schedule 2020

WHS Viking Harbor 10 Year Celebration


In October the USD 465 Foundation proudly celebrated the 10 year anniversary of the Grand Opening of the WHS Viking Harbor.

What started as a way to landscape the WHS/WMS campus when there was no money for landscaping has grown in those 10 years into a beautiful space for students, staff and alumni to enjoy.

The Harbor Project has also continued working towards completing the total master landscaping plan for the WHS/WMS campus. Other work done includes plantings and benches at the WHS South Tower entrance, the WMS Arboretum at the north end of WMS, and numerous trees have been planted around the campus.

Students have helped with plantings, tended the arboretum trees and mulched trees all around the campus. Each fall students plant flowers in the Harbor. The Harbor has been used during prom, as a class site and has been the location for various school programs as well as class reunions and other community events.

No tax money has been spent for this project.  All this progress has been done with donations from generous patrons who continue to buy bricks, pavers, trees, etc. Thanks to all who have given and continue to support the Harbor project.

Check out the Harbor Gallery on this website to view the harbor from the beginning.                                    And everyone is encouraged to visit the Harbor and walk around the campus to see our “growing” changes.

District Art Collection Now on Permanent Loan to USD 465 Foundation

In May 2019 the USD 465 Board of Education voted to give the USD 465 Foundation the district art collection on permanent loan. This means the Foundation has responsibility for management, preservation and care of the Winfield USD 465 Art collection.

The collection, started under the guidance of past Superintendent Evan Evans, contains works by Birger Sandzen. It also contains prints from Prairie Printmakers and works from more locally recognized artists like Sue Jean Hill Covacevich and Grace Raymond. (See Our Projects Art Restoration page on this site to learn more.)

To date over $16,000 has been donated help the foundation in the care of the collection.  With that many of the works have been restored, but there are more needing refurbishing. Donations towards this effort are gladly received.

The Foundation’s goal is to have the collection out in the district for students to learn from and for both students and the community to enjoy.

2019 Scholarship Winners Announced

The Foundation proudly awarded $19,100 in scholarships this spring to WHS graduates.  Congratulations to our Winners!

2019 Graduate awards
Anglemyer/Fralic Scholarship – Bennett Boyle, Kellson Hopkins, John Kaiser
Damian Annuschat Scholarship – Logan Satterfield
James Annuschat Scholarship – Emmanuel “Manny” Paz, Emily Chrisman, Kaydyn Richey, Kenna Biddle, Hayley, Maybrier, Kaylie Aikins, Kiane Intha, Shelby White, Zachary Butler, Courtney Priest, Brianna Dutton
Adelaide Barnard Scholarship — Kaylie Aikins
Taylor Bradbury Scholarship – Kenna Biddle
Friends of Music Scholarship — Megan Dougherty, Joshua Massey
Gober Memorial Scholarship — Kaylie Aikins
Carmen Gonzales Scholarship – Kaydyn Richey
Hawk Scholarship – Hayley Maybrier, Joshua Massey
Katherine Jones Scholarship –Brianna Dutton
Plank/Lowe Scholarship – Mia Pentz
Viets Scholarship – Megan Nihart, Joshua Massey, Grace Tipps
Awards to Graduates with previous college credits
Graham Scholarship – Tori Fell, Sydney Fox, Kenna Biddle, Robert Pickering

Bill Medley Scholarship – Robert Pickering

Ten Raymond Watercolors Given to School Art Collection

Bradley Leftwich displays Grace Raymond’s “Cloister of Sixteenth Century Cathedral”

Bradley Leftwich displays Grace Raymond’s “Cloister of Sixteenth Century Cathedral”

Ten watercolors by distinguished artist Grace R. Raymond have been donated to the USD 465 art collection. Making the gift in behalf of his family is Bradley R. Leftwich of Bloomington, Indiana.

Evan E. Evans, Winfield principal and superintendent from 1925 to 1952, started the school art collection in 1929.  It contains more than 100 items, including 10 previous works by Raymond.   L

Leftwich made the donation in honor of his maternal grandmother Maud Irene Dieterich, who lived with her husband Vincent for years on College Street across from Southwestern College. Leftwich said, “It is my grandmother who was friends with Grace Raymond and owned these paintings.” He added that his grandparents famously turned their home into an “international house, accommodating Japanese-American, African-American and international students” around the time of World War II.

The Raymond paintings were preserved by Bradley’s parents, Richard H. and Maxine Dieterich Leftwich, and remain in excellent condition, according to J. K. Campbell, chairman of the art collection conservation committee. “Obviously, the Leftwich family treated the watercolors with special care,” Campbell said.

The ten paintings represent scenes from world locations Raymond visited as student and artist over many years: Banff, Canada, Washington, D. C., Seville, Spain, Taormina, Sicily, Tivoli, Rome, and several sites in Mexico.

Raymond graduated from Southwestern in 1897. She was an accomplished watercolor painter, lithographer, and art teacher. She was an instructor in painting, art history, and art appreciation at Southwestern from 1930 to 1945.

The Leftwich and Dieterich families have a long and distinguished connection with Southwestern. Richard graduated in 1941, Maxine in 1942. She was a storied Builder, earning accolades as a Master Builder and Order of the Mound upon graduation. She also served as a college trustee in the 1980s.

Richard Leftwich was a widely published and acclaimed economist in association with Oklahoma State University and the University of Chicago, where he earned a Ph.D. in 1948.  His reputation as an economist took him to visiting professorships and teaching assignments in Chile, Egypt and Taiwan, as well as throughout the United States, including Southwestern. He was a member of the Southwestern Board of Trustees from 1996 to 2005, and was designated a Trustee Emeritus in 2006. In 1994 he received the Moundbuilder Alumni Citation Award and was inducted into the Southwestern Scholars Hall of Fame in 2004.

Gardening with the Scouts

On the evening of September 17th Boy Scout Troop 318 braved the heat and helped the Harbor Committee make quick work of mulching around our most recently planted trees and in the gardens at the South Entrance. These boys were hard, capable workers. The job was completed in a little over an hour!

The trees, gardens and Foundation say Thank You!

Boy Scout Troop 318


Foundation Board Welcomes New Members

We are pleased to announce that Linda Byerley, J.K. Campbell, Robert Hartley, Scott Schoon have recently joined the USD 465 Foundation Board.

We are excited they have decided to share their skills to help enhance the education of students in Winfield.

USD 465 Elementary School Scholarship Winners

All USD 465 Elementary Schools encourage their graduates to continue their education after graduating from WHS by proudly supporting a scholarship to help their past students. We are happy to share the names of the 2018 winners.

Country View Elementary Scholarship: McKia Lemon and Isabella Hunt
Irving Elementary Scholarship: Abby Huff
Lowell Elementary Scholarship: Randi Hutto and Derek Bryan
Whittier Elementary Scholarship: Julie Thongsvanh

Scholarship Winners Announced

The Foundation proudly awarded $16,700 in scholarships this spring to WHS graduates. Congratulations to our Winners!

2018 Graduate awards
Anglemyer/Fralic Scholarship – Derek Bryant, Fynn Jackson, Julie Thongsavanh,
Damian Annuschat Scholarship – McKia Lemon, Taylor Byerley
James Annuschat Scholarship – Abbie Huff, Randi Hutto, Megan Owens, Megan Smith
Taylor Bradbury Scholarship – Ben Bradbury
Carmen Gonzales Scholarship – Megan Smith
Hawk Scholarship – Isabella Hunt, Eddy Phiouphongphang
Ritchie Meils Scholarship – Kylie Randall
Plank/Lowe Scholarship – Mia Pentz
Viets Scholarship – Emma Bate, Derek Bryant, McKia Lemon, Bailey Phillips
Awards to Graduates with previous college credits
Graham Scholarship – Sydney Fox, Shelley Moran, Mia Pentz, Robert Pickering, Eddy Phiouphongphang, Kylie Randall

Bill Medley Scholarship – Sydney Fox

2018 Reunions

WHS alumni are busy planning this year’s reunions. Don’t miss yours.
Check out the 2018 Reunion Schedule.

Come Celebrate our WHS Orchestra!

The WHS Orchestra is 130 years old. Established in 1888 it is considered to be the oldest public school orchestra in the United States.  While other schools had orchestras, they were either student led during the day or met after school with an adult leader.  Winfield was the first public school to hire a teacher who taught orchestra during the school day.

With the help of the WHS Art Club, a mural commemorating the history of the orchestra is being installed outside the orchestra room. In addition there is an extensive display at the public library that traces the history through newspaper articles, pictures and old programs.

We are celebrating this exciting event on March 2 and 3.  There will be an Alumni Recital Friday March 2 in the HS Auditorium at 7:00.  Saturday March 3 in the HS Gym at 7:00 all of the district string orchestras grades 6-12 along with alums will present a historic concert. This will feature the PREMIER of our commissioned piece and conclude with a mass performance of Ode to Joy from Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.  T-shirts can be purchased to help support this great event and legacy!  T-shirt order form.  Orders are due February 14th, 2018.

Join us and help celebrate this very special part of Winfield’s great music tradition.  For more event information, please visit the Facebook event page and the USD 465 Orchestra page.

WHS Orchestra Celebrating 130 Years

August 24, 2017 written by Julie Thompson

Did you know that Winfield High School Orchestra is the oldest High School Orchestra in the Nation?

We think this 130 year tradition is definitely a reason to celebrate. We’ll have talented grads returning, concerts and more. Mark March 2-3, 2018 on your calendar and look for further details here in the future.

2017 Reunion Schedule

February 24th, 2017 written by Julie Thompson

The new 2017 Reunion Schedule has been posted.

A New Viking Ship Mosaic

January 10th, 2017 written by Julie Thompson

For the Harbor Opening in April of 2009, the Viking ship mosaic done by 1975 WHS graduate, Time Otte, was proudly showcased. Since that time that mosaic sadly deteriorated. It was repaired multiple times but this past summer we found it needed to be replaced using different materials that will last far longer.

The Habor Project’s landscape architect, 1974 WHS grad, Teri Rhodes Farha connected us with artist Jennie Becker. Jennie is well known in Wichita for having done beautiful mosaics for Botanica’s Chinese Gardens among other works. She agreed to work with us to create a new Viking ship mosaic.

Jennie researched Viking ships before creating her proposed design. She makes her own tiles which allowed her to put in some of those learned details. Now there are shields on the side of the ship that spell out VIKINGS and it has a dragon figurehead on the bow much like the historical Viking vessels. The new piece has a different look than the previous one that was made with bright commercial tile. The new image changes as different light hits it during the day. It almost seems to have motion as it crashes through the sea.

We are very excited to have this new mosaic in the Harbor and consider it a lovely addition to our district’s art collection as well. We encourage all to come view the new ship and enjoy the lovely Harbor.

mosaic for website

Read more in Courier Traveler article

Restoring USD 465’s Art Collection

January 10th, 2017 written by Julie Thompson

Thanks to the work of our district’s art committee and the donations of generous patrons to the USD 465 Foundation’s Evans Art Restoration Fund, eleven of the Winfield district’s valuable pieces of art have been restored.

There are about 30 more needing revamping and protection. Look under Our Projects to learn more about this interesting and important endeavor.

Thanks to the Class of 1966!

January 10th, 2017 written by Julie Thompson

At their reunion this past summer, our wonderful Class of 1966 generously decided to give $500 to both the Marguerite Flick Scholarship and the Bill Medley Scholarship. These gifts are a huge help to our graduates as they pursue college.

The class also gave $500 to the Harbor Project. They will get two engraved class bricks for that one and help the project plant more trees to enhance the WMS/WHS campus.

Thanks so much 1966 grads!

Jim Annuschat Scholarship Created

January 10th, 2017 written by Julie Thompson

The Annuschat family has again generously remembered the USD 465 Foundation after losing another loved family member, Jim Annuschat. (see his obituary)

Jim was a social studies teacher at Winfield Middle School from 1991-2002. He died in November and memorial donations have been coming in to support a new Jim Annuschat Memorial Scholarship. The $500 award will be given each year to a Winfield High School senior planning to continue their studies after graduation. Jim started out as a backup singer for Capital records, went on to be a cook for 60 men on an offshore rig in Alaska. But in 1975 he went back to school and found he loved teaching. Winfield students benefited from that love and his dedication to them. He always strove to engage his students and make learning fun. We are thankful that Jim’s memory can carry on each year as another student receives help in the form of this scholarship.

(Link to Scholarship information page)

New Scholarship to honor Damien Annuschat

September 20th, 2016 written by Julie Thompson

Damien Annuschat was a proud 2002 Winfield High School graduate who definitely had a life well lived. He will be greatly missed. (see his obituary)

To honor him, generous donations are coming in to create a scholarship in Damien’s name.

He had a huge love for his college alma mater, Kansas University.  So appropriately, the Damien Annuschat Scholarship will be for WHS seniors who go on to attend KU.

(Link to Scholarship information page)

Four WHS Graduates receive the USD 465 2016 Graham Scholarship

July 13th, 2016 written by Julie Thompson

The Graham Scholarship was created by a bequest of Eugene H. Graham and Betty J. Graham to help students who need assistance to continue their College studies.
It is for students who have completed at least one semester of college and is awarded at a different time than our other scholarships.
This year four students will receive this $500 award.
Jennifer Demaree
Tessa Podschun
Caitlyn Ulbrich
Kylee Wollard

Winfield Elementary School 2016 Scholarships Awarded

July 13th, 2016 written by Julie Thompson

In the last couple of years some Winfield Elementary School PTO’s have created college scholarships for past students.
These scholarships promote the importance of continued education, encourage community service and attempt to help increase the likelihood of student success.

With the newly added Country View Scholarship there were three winners this year:

Country View School Scholarship – Adam Conklin
Irving Elementary Scholarship – Hannah Sultz
Whittier Elementary Scholarship – Alex Randall
Congratulations to Adam, Hannah, and Alex!

USD 465 Foundation Proudly Announces 2016 Spring Scholarship Winners!

July 13th, 2016 written by Julie Thompson

Anglemyer/Fralic Scholarship – Morgan Drake, Teresa Hensley, Lilya Woodburn
Taylor Bradbury Scholarship – Sydney Fox
Lloyd E. Craig Memorial Scholarship – Keaton Johnson
Friends of Music/Leoti Newland Scholarship – Jennifer Demaree
Carmen Gonzales Memorial Scholarship – Sydney Fox, Megan Powell
Graham Scholarship – Jennifer Demaree, Tessa Podschun, Caitlyn Ulbrich, Kylee Wollard
Hawk Scholarship – Alexandra Randall, Zack Taylor
Bill Medley Scholarship-For Education, From Educators – Jennifer Demaree
Meils Scholarship – Steven Green-Durham
Plank/Lowe Scholarship – Keaton Johnson, Hanna Sultz
Lola Viets Scholarship – Abby Bertholf, Kaela Massey, John Mull