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Kylie Axe, Kaylee Clark, Myles Schwartz, Kyle Wegleitner, Edward Martinez, Landree Baker, Breanna Wespi, Amber Coleman, Austin Reed, Nathan George, Georgia Anderson, Riley Johnson, Dawson Kohlman, Ethan Salas, Agustin Mariscal, Emma Hickey, David Meadows, Hailey Colborn, Grace Engel, Lauren Chichester, Shyann Thomas, Trenton Kiefer, Derek Darr, Dakota West, Brianna Clark, Austin Anderson, Tanner David, Tyler Fisher, Jake Schreiber, Shaun Finney.
Great job Northwest DECA
Emma Hickey and Agustin Mariscal with Brett Harris and Sierra Scott from the Brett and Sierra Show.
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Vice Mayor James Clendenin visited Northwest to issue a proclamation declaring January 23 as Fuel Up To Play 60 Day in Wichita. Also on January 23, the DECA team will have an information booth at the Wichita Thunder Hockey game along with conducting other in-game promotions of the Fuel Up to Play 60 program.
The Fuel Up to Play 60 program, sponsored by the National Football League and the Midwest Dairy Council, encourages students to be active at least 60 minutes per day and to eat healthy foods.
From left, James Clendenin, Wichita Vice Mayor, Karen Morrison, Fuel Up to Play 60 Coordinator: Maria Huitron, Jardine student and FUTP60 state ambassador; Agustin Mariscal, Northwest senior and co-project director; Emma Hickey, Northwest senior and co-project director; Matthew Colborn, Northwest senior and DECA state president.
Crystal Kerr, center, science teacher at Northwest High School, was presented the Outstanding Science Educator Award by Wichita State University’s Chapter of Sigma Xi. She is pictured with Northwest principal Gil Alvarez, left, and Sigma Xi President Mark Schneegurt. Photo by Susan Arensman
represented NW at the BOE 99% Award recognition ceremony last Monday. The 99% Awards recognize middle school and high school students who are making a contribution to their school and serve as a role model to their peers, but who may not be getting the recognition they deserve for doing the right thing. They represent more than 99% of the students in the Wichita Public Schools.
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- All students are challenged to achieve their personal best and
- Become responsible, productive citizens in a changing world.
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