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Wednesday, August 21:    Football

Monday, August 26 :         Cross Country

                                          Girls Soccer

                                          Fall Cheer

                                          Fall Dance


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A distinguished group of EHS senior class members were recognized on Friday for their outstanding achievements. The luncheon event, attended by family, staff and administrators, celebrated the hard work and dedication of exceptional students who were selected by department staff at the high school for their contributions to EHS.  

Outstanding Senior of the Year:
This award is given to a graduating senior who has demonstrated academic achievement, leadership and service throughout the high school. This student has a strong work ethic and has made significant contributions to their school and community. The award recipient embodies the school’s values, is a role model for others to follow and has consistently practiced and achieved the department’s goals and objectives. The Outstanding Students of the Year (by Department) are:

Landon Evenson (Administration)
MaKayla Gustin (Agriculture)
Piper Francisco (Science)
Ellinor Sonnichsen (Spanish)
Hayden Roberts (English)
Dorismar Ochoa Sanchez (Math)
Evan Boyd (Welding/Construction)
Fabiola Vargas Sanchez (Family & Consumer Sciences)
Eric Ońeel (Physical Education
Benita Ketola (Special Services)
Breanna Roth (Performing Arts)
Trishelle Lopez (Visual Arts)
Joslynn Graham (Learning Center)
Taylor Minnick (Social Studies)
Kaila Benavente (Business/Tech)
Delaney Hagy (Counseling)

Grit Award:
This award recognizes a student who has shown exceptional perseverance in the face of adversity and overcome significant obstacles to achieve academic success. The recipient has demonstrated a strong work ethic and willingness to tackle challenges head-on, even in adversity. This student is recognized as being a kind, compassionate and empathetic individual who has contributed positively to the department and the broader school community. They inspire others to strive for their best in all aspects of their lives. Grit Award recipients (by Department) are:

Taya Tuetken (Administration)
Braeden Duffner and Dean Turner (Agriculture)
Cameron Grout (Science)
Sam Armstrong (Spanish)
McKenzie Paullin (English)
Nathan Helman (Math)
Koltin Tincher (Welding/Construction)
Pablo Ferreyra Martinez (Family & Consumer Sciences)
Alessa Soto (Physical Education)
Melody Bewick (Performing Arts)
Noemi Vallejo (Visual Arts)
Zann Christensen (Learning Center)
Joan Martinez (Social Studies)
Brendan St. Mary (Business/Tech)

Congratulations to all our Outstanding Seniors! We thank you for the footprints you’ve left here at Ephrata High School and we wish you the best as you prepare to move onto your next adventure.

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