WSU sets president’s honor roll list
Several local students have been named to the president’s honor roll at Washington State University. To be eligible for the list, a student must earn a GPA of at least 3.75 for nine graded hours or a 3.5 GPA based on at least 15 cumulative hours of graded work. The students include:
Camas: Kiley Jordan Anderson, Natalie Joy Atkinson, Ashley K. Barber, Rachel S. Beardshear, Greg Wayne Beasley, Michael Aaron Berliner, Rachel Elizabeth Bohan, Monica Marie Cassaday, Christopher John Chaffin, Amber Nicole Conway, Jacqueline Faith Damon, Sarah Kathleen Donahue, Justin Kelly Donoghue, Scott Everett Downs, Audrey C. Farley, Allen Robert Foster, Brigida Boyce Gubala, Bradly James Gunn, Cole Thomas Hadwin, Cody Otto Hirn, Carrie Lynn Irvine, Justin Roy Johnson, Jason Lambier Keene, Landon George King, Karen L. Knight, James Brian Kutch, Joseph John Mackay, Shelby Anne Madsen, Liya Malyakin Sr., Cathy F. Manwell, Joseph Quinn McLellan, Megan Marie Murphy-Koreski, Ashley Megan Oster, Ardys B. Parsons, Shayna Elizabeth Pordes, Jon Jeffrey Ragsdale, Jeffrey Scott Rice, Philip Emil Roggemann, Savannah Dawn Scott, Sujatha Shynne, Krista Renee Sirois, Alexander Taylor Smith, Jessica Lynn Soule, Aimee D. Stout, Mark Thomas Sundem, Gideon David Syfrett, David X. Tran, Luis Armando Valencia, Lauren Elizabeth Wampole, Yvonne Lynn Wheeler and Alexa Marie Zeazas.
Washougal: Thomas L. Carroll, Collin J. Cejka, Lindy Marie Cejka, Tori Lynne Cox, Randi Jill Ensley, Nicholas Edward Ewing, Sharon Marie Farra, Karen Serena Gale, Michelle Lea Hensler, Elijah Houle, Casey Thomas Johnson, Lukas Hamilton Johnson, Trina Anne Jones, Kimberly Elizabeth Knudsen, Rosalyn Ellen Lamb, Philip Harris Macarthur, Tracy Archambault Martin, Christopher Alan Morehead, Peter James Nichols, Sally E. Payne, Loren Nathan Rogers, Angela Nettles Slot, Jason Raymond Spicer, Jacob William Strohmaier, Cara Lyn Wade, Suzie Q. Williams, Tawna Woods and Lindsey Jean Zwiener.
Home Educators set annual sale
The Clark County Home Educators will hold their annual books, used curriculum and resource sale from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Friday at First Evangelical Church, 4120 N.E. St. Johns Road, Vancouver. CCHE members are admitted at 10:30 a.m.
Items include used homeschool curriculum, textbooks, novels, history books, crafts, foreign language resources, videos, games, math manipulatives, and other resources. The sale is open to the public.
Admission is $1, plus one canned food item or $2. Due to safety issues, no strollers or children ages 10 and younger are allowed in the sale area, with the exception of babies under 6 months, carried in a front pack.
Drozdek graduates from Tulane
Adriane Drozdek of Washougal graduated from Tulane University Law School with a juris doctor degree.
The university awarded 2,150 other graduates with degrees this month.
Tulane’s unified commencement was held May 15, in the Louisiana Superdome.
Keynote speaker was Anderson Cooper.