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Cloverdale High School honors students with P.E.D.A.L. awards

Thursday, January 17, 2013

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Cloverdale High School recently honored 55 students who had perfect attendance and zero disipline referrals for the second grading period. Those honored were Angela Pieper (front, left), Mariah Huge, Austin Nelson, Emily Wardlow (second row, left), Emily Stattner, Elanna Gaston, Chasity Durben, Audrie Burton, Riley Canfield, Jackson Szczerbik, Collin Grounds (third row, left), James Neier, Andrew Martin, William Lovett, Noah Watson, R.T. Mann, Kolton Knapp, Robert Nally, Cristain LaFary (row four, left), Collin Beauchamp-Umphrey, Hannah Mann, Troy Davis, Tyler Lotz, Kellee Cross, Zachary Petrey, Christine McCammack, Taylor Mescall (fifth row, left), Kourtney Hubbard, Megan Helterbrand, Heather Goss, Rebekah Jordan, Krystyna Woods, Sarah Neeley, Silvia Tiedemann, James Scott, Aleksandra Melnichuk (sixth row, left), Ethan Maners, Jordan Hughes, Brian Gluff, Seth Shadwick, Phoenix Sims, David Kelly, Mitchell Stacy, Arial Immel (seventh row, left), Alexis Rayl, Katie Walters, Christopher Worthington, Claudia Monnett, Sydney Shrum and Ethan Williamson. Not pictured are: Aleisha Tiedeman, Zachary Duncan, David Lane, Joseph Littiken and Bristina Skiles
Cloverdale High School acknowledged 55 students for perfect attendance and zero discipline referrals for the second grading period during the 2012--13 school year. P.E.D.A.L. stands for Promoting Excellence through Discipline and Attendance enhancing Learning.

CHS believes that classroom participation and attitude is essential for successful learning in school. Those students who received this award had to meet criteria of zero absences, fewer than two tardies, and zero discipline referrals for the grading period. Students are rewarded with a personal certificate and winter sports pass for their achievement.

Students will be challenged to gain four P.E.D.A.L.s, resembling a clover by the end of the year. Cloverdale High School congratulates these students for a job well done.



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