Bolnick wins sports spirit award
The West Linn-Wilsonville School Board recognized Wilsonville High School senior Kayla Bolnick Monday, April 22, for her latest awards and accomplishments.
Bolnick recently received the National High School Spirit of Sport Award for Section 8 from the National Federation of State High School Associations. The award goes to individuals who exemplify the ideas of sport and who recognize the core mission of education-based athletics.
Bolnick has lettered in track three times, cross-country three times and swimming twice at WHS. She has won five All League Awards during her time in high school and won the Sports and Spokes National Athlete of the Year in 2016. She also received the All American High School Courage Award in 2018. The Spokesman also named her Wilsonville's Amazing Kid for 2019.
School planning panel has three vacant seats
The Long Range Planning Committee has three positions on its seven-member committee that expire June 30. The school board opened the three positions April 22 for interested community members. Positions 2, 4 and 6 are now open. Term lengths are three years and current members can reapply.
The openings will be advertised in the coming weeks. Members will likely be selected in June. For more information and to apply, visit www.wlwv.k12.or.us/domain/100.
CCC students make honor roll
Ishan Agarwal, Kacie Cieslinski, Cari Cook, Gavin Feist, Logan Hubbard, Diego Huerta-Guzman, Maxwell Marth, Chalyce McFarland, Elsie Moya, Patricia Payne, Laura Phillips, Joy Rasmussen, Karen Reis, Josiah Roske, Gabriel Staneart of Wilsonville made honor roll and president's list for the 2019 winter term at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City. To make honor roll, students must earn a GPA of a 3.5 or higher. To qualify for the president's list, students must earn a 3.75 GPA or higher.
Districtwide art show draws near
The West Linn-Wilsonville School District encourages the community to browse student artwork during the districtwide art show next month. There will be work from K-12 students — sculptures, paintings, drawings, live music and more — from 4-8 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at Arts and Technology High School. The campus will have art, live entertainment and food trucks. This year's theme is "Mt. St. Helens Day."
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