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  Ron Levan PreK-12 Principal

1st SEm. Honor Roll 2021-22

Superintendent's Honor Roll (All A's)

Grade 12: Devin Brannon, Dylan DeWitt, Elizabeth Giger, MaKaylin Kuchar

Grade 11: Britain Dark, Cole Wiens

Grade 10: Callie Locke, Tatum Rountree, Jacee Theurer

Grade 9: Maggie Byers, Rahlee Colwell, Grayson Kuchar

Grade 8: Tennyson Dark, Addison Heater, Landon Kuchar, Elle Overfelt, Kelly Theurer, Adilyn Welden

Grade 7: Emma Carpenter, Avery Strickland

Grade 6: Emma Wiiest

Grade 5: Landon Goeckel, Carlee Heater, Trista Metzinger

Grade 4: LJ Cullens, Carson Goeckel, Emma Latimer, William Nixon

Grade 3: Natalie Betzen, Makailyn Byers, Natalie Colwell, Josie Ferguson, Chelsea Hankia, Josie Metzinger, Terann Schweitzer, Lyla Wiiest, Jude Zavala

Principal's Honor Roll (A's and B's)

Grade 12: Alyssa Bridges, Grady Howell, Tucker Locke, Macey Pond, Ethan Theurer, Gus Wiens

Grade 11: Syra Stucky

Grade 9: Maddie Minor, Aubrey Pond

Grade 8: Coal VanZant, Aralai Wartick

Grade 7: Madison Ferguson, Aiden Scott

Grade 6: Brody Heater, Ayleigh Nixon, Carley Russell, Will Theurer, Sage VanZant, Cody Wartick, Connor Williams

Grade 5: Jett Bohannon, Braiden Carroll, Courtlyn Cullens, Cheyenne Engle, Caroline King, Logan Kuchar, Aidan Shore, Makenzie Trilo, Xava Wiens

Grade 4: Ashelynnd Feugate, Kylie Tompkins, Emily Williams

Grade 3: River Billey, Brooklyn Henry, Brodie Kelly, Carson Lucas, Madilyn Stafford

From the Principal's Desk

May Students of the Month

Brady Russell is the South Haven High School student of the month for May. Brady, a freshman at SHHS, is the son of Eric and Missy Russell. Brady’s teachers report that Brady is an active participant in class, willing to step up to lead the class, and is a hard worker who does his best in and outside of the classroom. He is involved in sports like football, basketball, and baseball, is a member of FFA and band, placed 5th in Graphing during the Math Relays, and volunteers for many school events. Brady serves as a model for fellow classmates and both younger and older students, working hard to encourage and inspire others to succeed with him. In his spare time, Brady likes to work on the family farm and watch television.

Coal VanZant is the South Haven Junior High School student of the month for May. Coal, an eighth-grader, is the son of Garrett and Tally VanZant. Coal’s teachers report that Coal consistently comes to school in a great mood. He always has a smile on his face, greets everyone in the building, and always has a genuinely good time. Coal works very hard to complete his school work and he participates in a number of sports as well as extracurricular activities like band and FFA. He is an excellent example of what a Cardinal student should look like. In his spare time, Coal enjoys working on the family farm.

Congratulations to the South Haven May Students of the Month!

The Cardinal Way

Cardinal Way Expectation Matrix

Just a reminder...

Students may bring an empty bottle, empty tumbler, or empty travel mug to school, then fill the bottle, tumbler or mug AFTER arriving at school.  Drinks opened before entering the building are not allowed in school.

Materials for class.

I have had several questions about which materials are required for JH/HS classes.   The following is a list of required items:

Text book
AR book
Calculator (math classes)
Paper or Notebook
Pencil or Pen
Technology (chromebook/laptop/ipad or equivalent)
Eraser (art class)
Students should have these items in class in order not to be counted as "Tardy - missing materials".   Teachers will address missing homework and / or assignments directly with the student as per their classroom policies.