Arlee sends off 34 grads
ARLEE — Arlee High School’s 2012 graduating class proved to be an outstanding group of young people long before the 34 students crossed the stage to receive their diplomas. According to guidance counselor Misty Brien, 28 seniors were awarded scholarships totaling $284,590, and that’s not even counting a handful of full-tuition sports scholarships and Logan Lefler’s Gates Millennium Scholarship.
“It was one of our best years,” Brien said.
Valedictorian Carter Clinkenbeard and salutatorian Courtney Dix both returned from their first semester of college for the May 27 graduation, and the senior class chose their advisor and English teacher Cindy Noland to give the commencement speech.
Graduates were: Dustin Allen Baker; Nathan Ryan Bertollt; Nelson Joseph Big Sam; Zackery Frank Carver; Carter Clinkenbeard; Courtney Dix; Jesse Carl Durham; Maranda Louise Frost; William George Frost; Mark Eusayhan Anthony Fullerton; Anna Marie Kay Greenwood; Logan Douglas Lefler; Charles Stanley Lytle; Camas L McClure; Kyla Mae Louise McReynolds; Aspen Jean Meidinger; Rachelle Mae Meidinger; Marcus Edward Morigeau; Desirae Rose Nault; Rebecca Glenna Nelson; Samuel Gerard Nelson; Cody Garrett North; Jenna Lee Ann Pablo; Dakota Wind Paul; Raini Nicole Phelps; Brady Michael Potts; Leif Isak Rova; Rochelle Elizabeth Salois; Harvey Pierre Sansavere; Cody Glenn Sheridan; Hailey Marie Sturgis; Zachary Robert Tameler; Clayton Alex Trimble; and Stephen George White.