CHRISMAN — Chrisman High School was not able to have the traditional end-of-year awards announcements, instead a virtual award program was used with principal Cole Huber creating a video and …
CHRISMAN — Chrisman High School was not able to have the traditional end-of-year awards announcements, instead a virtual award program was used with principal Cole Huber creating a video and announcing student achievements.
District administrators remain hopeful a traditional, or somewhat modified, in-person graduation ceremony may be conducted later in the summer. The announcement of scholarship winners is delayed until that time.
Awards given by Huber on the video included:
Freshman — Alivia Brinkley, Hana Gillaspie, Jake Gillaspie, Devonte Hicks, William Peelman.
Sophomore — Maecy Johnson, Kendl Lemmon, Karson Lewsader, Kailey Phipps, Kendall Tevebaugh.
Juniors — Blake Barna, Haley Chaney, Jethro Dino, Hope Gillaspie, Lindsey Franz, Hannah Lunger, Robert Rollins.
Seniors — Gage DeWeese, Ashley Francis, Macey Keen, Abbey Mattingly, Hannah Mitchell.
Academic Letter/Bar Award for 3.5 honors or three consecutive times on the honor roll:
Freshman — Reese Anderson, Autumn Baker, Sequoyah Cook, Hana Gillaspie, Alivia Brinkley, Kaden Owen and William Peelman.
Sophomore — Franz Dino, Kaylee Keck, Kendl Lemmon, Karson Lewsader, Alexis McDaniels, Spencer Meinecke, John Phipps, Kailey Phipps, Linkon Snedeker, Kendall Tevebaugh, Megan Tischer, Hailey Valdes and Clara Wheeler.
Junior — Karlie Adams, Haley Chaney, Jethro Dino, Lindsey Franz, Hope Gillaspie, Hannah Lunger and Robert Rollins III.
Senior — Ryan Clouse, Ashley Francis, Abbey Mattingly, Hannah Mitchell, Addison Pickett, Adrian Porter and Sydney Quick.
Outstanding Young Citizens Award: Gavin DeWeese and Sydney Quick.
Presidential Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence: Sydney Quick and Addison Pickett.
Presidential Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement: Phillip Warner, Mackenzie Campbell and Alexis Lewsader.
Illinois State Scholar: Sydney Quick.
News Gazette Recognition: Lindsey Franz.
Illinois Principal Association Recognition: Alexis Lewsader and Phillip Warner.
High School Vermilion Valley Conference All-Academic Team: Addison Pickett, Hannah Mitchell and Ashley Francis.
Yearbook — Ashley Francis, top ad seller; Haley Chaney, outstanding performance and Lindsey Franz, outstanding design.
Mentor Student Award — Abbey Mattingly.
Photography Award — Ryan Clouse.
Experimental Art Award — Jethro Dino.
Drawing & Painting Award — Ele Wilson.
Ceramics Award — Robbie Rollins and Lindsey Franz.
Independent Study Award — Abbey Mattingly and Addison Pickett.
Star Greenhand — Michael Mueller.
Outstanding Junior — Parker Brown.
Outstanding Officer — Alexis Lewsader.
Star Placement Award — Alexis Lewsader.
Star Farmer - Hope Gillaspie.
Blue & Gold Award — Landry Lorenzen.
Band Awards :
B&J Music Award – Luke Fender and Triston Lehmkuhl.
George Fisher Band Award — Landry Lorenzen and Logan Smith.
John Philip Sousa Award — Sydney Quick.
English 4 — Best Public Speaking Skills, Macey Keen; Most Improved Writer, Colleen Sayre; Highest Grade, Samantha Harper.
English 310 — Best Public Speaking Skills, Lindsey Franz; Most Improved Writer, Jethro Dino; Highest Grade, Hannah Lunger.
English 3 — Best Public Speaking Skills, Mitch Gobert; Most Improved Writer, Devian Clouse; Highest Grade, Lolita Flynn.
English 2 — Best Public Speaking Skills, John Phipps; Most Improved Writer, Wesley Rollins; Highest Grade, Franz Dino.
English 1 — Best Public Speaking Skills, Autumn Baker; Most Improved Writer, Michael Mueller; Highest Grade, Reese Anderson.
Top Student — Sydney Quick.
Family/Consumer Science Awards:
Resource Management Award — first semester, Sydney Quick; second semester, Abbey Mattingly and Ashley Francis.
Clothing & Textiles Award — Ryan Clouse.
Foods & Nutrition Award — Megan Tischer.
Co-Op — Gage Deweese and Gavin McClamroch.
Foundations to Math —highest grade, Jake Gillaspie; best work ethic, Samantha Raimer; positive attitude, Weston Burgess.
Math 2 — highest grade, Sequoyah Cook and Reese Anderson; best work ethic, Maecy Johnson and Alexis McDaniels; positive attitude, Peyton Reasor and Megan Tischer.
Transitional Math — highest grade, Porter Hale; best work ethic, Phillip Warner; positive attitude, Alexis Lewsader.
Physical Education Awards:
Sportsmanship Award —Linkon Snedeker and John Phipps.
Quarantine Awards — Kendl Lemmon and Haley Chaney.
Running Man Award —Colton Brazelton.
Most Push-Ups Award —Robbie Rollins.
Most Flexible Award — Reese Anderson.
Most Athletic Award — Eli Johnson.
Best Attitude Award — Addison Pickett.
Most Helpful Award — Adrian Porter.
Best Effort Award — Abbey Mattingly.
Best Sportsmanship Award — Logan Smith.
Physical Science Award —John Phipps and Hailey Valdes.
Chemistry Award — Lexi Fancher and Robbie Rollins.
Biology Awards — Autumn Baker and Reese Anderson.
Microbiology Award — Hailey Valdes.
Environmental Biology Award — Kendl Lemmon.
Botany & Zoology Awards — Hailey Chaney.
Anatomy & Physiology Awards — Sydney Quick and Ashley Francis.
Rosalind Franklin Award —Hannah Lunger.
Red Cross Scholarship —Sydney Quick.
Social Science Awards:
Excellence in World History Award — Alivia Brinkley.
Excellence in Modern World History Award — Autumn Baker.
Excellence in American History Award — Kendall Tevebaugh.
Excellence in East Asian History Award — Phillip Warner.
Excellence in World Religions Award — Sydney Quick.
Excellence in Civics Award — Ashley Francis.
Excellence in Word Creation - Wesley Rollins.
Students of the Month:
September — Kendrew Greene.
October — Adrian Porter.
November — Alexis McDaniels.
December — John Phipps.
January — Autumn Baker.
February — Hana Gillaspie.
March — Porter Hale.
April — Robbie Rollins.
Student of the Year: Robbie Rollins.
Class of 2020 Salutatorian: Ashley Francis.
Class of 2020 Valedictorian: Sydney Quick