Fairfax students receive honors

Kelly Morris recognized her outstanding English students at the awards assembly, including Braden Graves, Olivia Morris, Gena Mitchell, Kilea Cooper, Shelbey Morris, and Dylan Jeffords. Novels student Karrigan Bowling is not pictured.

Jeremy Palmer recognized the outstanding agriculture students at the awards assembly, including Braden Graves, Haley Garrison, Gena Mitchell, Jaycee Graves, Tacy Mitchell, Jordan Sutter, and Conner Marshall. Not pictured are Keevan Baker, Mickayla Bowling, and Leslie Bradley.

Receiving awards for their outstanding performance in science this past year are, from left to right, Sadie Williams, Braden Graves, Cody Frohn, Stormie Wallace, Gena Mitchell, Kilea Cooper, Bennett Bowling, Tyler Brown, and Tacy Mitchell.

Patty Bredensteiner presented Art Awards to, from left to right, Jaecey Hill, Kierra McDonald, and Luke Roberson at the awards’ assembly. Not pictured is Kwentin Roberts-Swinehart.

Donna Million presented the FACS awards to, from left to right, Shanna Gilpin, Haley Garrison, Jaecey Hill, Olivia Morris, Keirra McDonald, Gena Mitchell, and Shelbey Morris. Not pictured are Kwentin Roberts-Swinehart and Karrigan Bowling.

Several students were recognized at Fairfax R-3 for having perfect attendance this school year, 2017-18. Pictured above are the elementary perfect attendees, from left to right, Lela Wright, Brenna Kingery, Mason Kingery, Tycen Skeen, Kendall Kingery, Ty Kirkland, and Trenton Kingery.

Pictured are the jr. high and high school students who had perfect attendance, Ian Hedlund and Georgia Swinehart.

Zach Kellner recognized students in his history classes for going above and beyond this past school year. They included, from left to right, Braden Graves, Haley Garrison, Gena Mitchell, Jaycee Graves, Max Hopkins, Dylan Jeffords, and Conner Marshall. Not pictured is Andrew Gibbons.

Nancy Harrington recognized her outstanding math students at the awards assembly, including, from left to right: front row – Cameron Oswald, Braden Graves, Haley Garrison, Olivia Morris, Dylan Palmer, Jesse Graves, and Gena Mitchell; and back row – Kilea Cooper, Shanna Gilpin, Kaden Cooper, Zach Garrison, and Hudson Hall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Tacy Mitchell received several scholarships at the awards assembly, including this MFA Scholarship.

275 Conference Scholar Athletes were recognized at the awards assembly, including from left to right, Zack Garrison, Tyler Brown, Shanna Gilpin, Shelbey Morris, and Tacy Mitchell. Not pictured are Andrew Gibbons and Leslie Bradley.

Josh Mullins recognized this year’s Academic Team at the awards assembly, including, from left to right, Zach Garrison, Shanna Gilpin, Katy Baker, Tacy Mitchell, and Gena Mitchell.

Madison Hagey presented the P.E. Awards to, from left to right, Natalie Hedlund, McKenzie Frohn, and Ben Bowling. Not pictured is Trey Agnew.

Debra Wyatt presented the Music Awards to, from left to right, Haley Garrison, Raegan Crowley, Stormie Wallace, Natalie Hedlund, Olivia Morris, Tony Skeen, Cody Frohn, and Braden Graves.

Fairfax R-3 honored students during an assembly held May 22, 2018. The following is a list of awards presented during the jr. high and high school assembly (to include elementary perfect attendance):
Principal Dustin Barnes recognized the students with Perfect Attendance in the elementary and high school. They include: elementary – Lela Wright, Brenna Kingery, Mason Kingery, Trenton Kingery, Kendall Kingery, Ty Kirkland, and Tycen Skeen; and jr. high and high school – Ian Hedlund and Georgia Swinehart. Mr. Barnes also recognized the 275 Conference Scholar Athletes: Zack Garrison, Tyler Brown, Shanna Gilpin, Shelbey Morris, Tacy Mitchell, Andrew Gibbons, and Leslie Bradley.
Tacy Mitchell received the MFA Scholarship, Patricia Bolton Memorial Scholarship, 40 & 8 Scholarship, Atchison County Development Corporation Scholarship (Keevan Baker was also a recipient of the ACDC Scholarship), the Kenny Oliver Scholarship (Optimist), Alumni Scholarship, and the Bob Phelps Memorial Scholarship.
Nancy Harrington presented Math Awards to: Cameron Oswald, Braden Graves, Haley Garrison, Olivia Morris, Dylan Palmer, Jesse Graves, Gena Mitchell, Kilea Cooper, Shanna Gilpin, Kaden Cooper, Zach Garrison, and Hudson Hall.
Kelly Morris presented the English Awards to: 7th Grade – Braden Graves; 8th Grade – Olivia Morris; 9th Grade – Gena Mitchell; 10th Grade – Kilea Cooper; 11th Grade – Shelbey Morris; 12th Grade – Dylan Jeffords; and Novels – Karrigan Bowling.
Josh Mullins presented the Science Awards to: Sadie Williams, Braden Graves, Cody Frohn, Stormie Wallace, Gena Mitchell, Kilea Cooper, Bennett Bowling, Tyler Brown, and Tacy Mitchell. He also recognized the Academic Team members, including Zach Garrison, Shanna Gilpin, Katy Baker, Tacy Mitchell, and Gena Mitchell.
Patty Bredensteiner presented the Art Awards to: junior high – Jaecey Hill and Kierra McDonald; and high school – Kwentin Roberts-Swinehart and Luke Roberson.
Zach Kellner presented the History Awards to those with the most points: 7th Grade History – Braden Graves; 8th Grade History – Haley Garrison; Freshman History – Gena Mitchell; Sophomore Government – Jaycee Graves; Junior History – Max Hopkins; Personal Finance – Andrew Gibbons; and Sports History – Conner Marshall and Dylan Jeffords.
Donna Million presented the FACS Awards to: Child Development – Shanna Gilpin; Nutrition – Kwentin Roberts-Swinehart; Creative Foods – Karrigan Bowling; Jr. High Health 1st semester – Haley Garrison; 8th Grade FCS – Olivia Morris; Jr. High Health 2nd semester – Jaecey Hill; 7th Grade FCS – Keirra McDonald; Family Health – Gena Mitchell; and Personal Finance – Shelbey Morris.
Jeremy Palmer presented the Agriculture Awards to: 7th Grade – Braden Graves; 8th Grade – Haley Garrison; Ag Science 1 – Gena Mitchell; Ag Science 2 – Jaycee Graves; Ag Management – Tacy Mitchell; Ag Communication – Tacy Mitchell and Leslie Bradley; Floriculture – Keevan Baker; Landscaping – Jordan Sutter, Conner Marshall, and Mickayla Bowling; Animal Science – Keevan Baker; and Ag Construction – Keevan Baker.
Madison Hagey presented the P.E. Awards to: Body Conditioning – Trey Agnew; Most Improved (High School P.E.) – Ben Bowling; Most Improved (Jr. High P.E.) – Natalie Hedlund; and Most Improved Weightlifting – McKenzie Frohn.
Debra Wyatt presented the Music Awards to: Stormie Wallace – 1 rating clarinet solo; Cody Frohn – 2 rating snare drum solo; Braden Graves – 1 rating tuba solo and piano solo; Mix 6 – 1 rating (Stormie Wallace, Raegan Crowley, Olivia Morris, Haley Garrison, Tony Skeen, and Braden Graves); and Mixed 4 – 1 rating (Natalie Hedlund, Stormie Wallace,  Raegan Crowley, and Haley Garrison). She also presented Tacy Mitchell with a CTA Scholarship.
Marisa Hedlund presented the D.A.R.E. Role Model Certificate to Tacy Mitchell. She also presented the Hi-Step/TNT Recognitions.
Mike Hollingsworth presented the Business Awards. He and the yearbook staff presented the Yearbook Dedication to Nancy Harrington.
Marisa Hedlund presented the Grace Finch Fairfax Christian Church Scholarships to Keevan Baker and Tacy Mitchell.
Marisa Hedlund presented the Northwest Missouri Sportsman’s Club Scholarships to Keevan Baker and Conner Marshall.
Marisa Hedlund presented the Fairfax Volunteer Firefighter Recognition to Max Hopkins, Tyler Brown, and Trey Agnew.
Marisa Hedlund presented the DAR Good Citizenship Award to Tacy Mitchell.
Marisa Hedlund presented the Fairfax Community Recycling Scholarship to Tacy Mitchell.
Marisa Hedlund recognized Jesse Graves as having participated in the Sophomore Pilgrimage.
Marisa Hedlund recognized the Top 5 Seniors: Tacy Mitchell, Leslie Bradley, Mickayla Bowling, Andrew Gibbons, and Dylan Jeffords.
Congratulations certificates from the U.S. House of Representatives (Sam Graves), Missouri Senate (Dan Hegeman) and Missouri House of Representatives (Allen Andrews) were presented to all seniors.
Boys’ State and Girls’ State participants were also recognized. They include: Boys’ State – Tyler Brown and Zach Garrison; and Girls’ State – Shelbey Morris.

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