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Class Notes

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe following students were named to the honor roll for the first reporting period at Christian Heritage School:
Sixth Grade, Honor Roll: Luke Hottenroth and Jason Kvols. High Honor Roll: Ramsey Bernard, Theresa Cutter, Katy Gary, Kari Hays, Lauren Marias and Carter Moore.
Seventh Grade, Honor Roll: Lewis Cutter, Kendra Finch, Alex Jordan, Kevin King and Kelly Northcutt. High Honor Roll: Nic Devos, Tanner Stillwell
Eighth Grade, Honor Roll: Sarah Bockelman, Chelsea Davis, Sam Gary, Sean Hays, Jessi Houston. High Honor Roll: Rebecca Timmerman.
Ninth Grade, Honor Roll: Jessica Heiner. High Honor Roll: Collin Geldmeier, Florie VanBaak
10th Grade, Honor Roll: Lindsay Marias, Mallory Messinger, Chris Timmerman. High Honor Roll: Katie Bartlett, Kelly Jordan, Daylee King, Lisl Pearson and Amanda Rogers.
11th Grade, High Honor Roll: Laura Heiner, Deirdre Kiely, Jane Melvin and Eddie VanBaak.
12th Grade, High Honor Roll: Meredith Geldmeier, Austin Hill, Noelle Jordan and Megan Rogers.

DISTRICT LOOKING TO FILL BOARD POSITIONSSteamboat Springs School District is accepting applications until the end of the month for two vacant spots on its boards.
The school board has an opening from District 4.
The board is searching for a replacement for the recently elected Gary Buchan, who resigned after accepting a job offer in Maryland.
The board has until February to appoint a replacement but is starting the selection process in December.
Anyone interested in filling the four-year term that ends November 2005, must send a letter to the school district by Friday, Nov. 30.
The school board also has an opening in its technology commission board. The position is open to any school district resident and would run until September 2003.
The school board is accepting applicants for the position, which would require meeting on the third Wednesday of every month, until Wednesday.

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