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Plateau students earn degrees, make college honor rolls
The following Plateau students earned degrees from Central Washington University upon completion of the spring term.
Black Diamond: Jennifer E. Dal Santo, bachelor of arts in education, graduated cum laude.
Buckley: Mandy E. Green, bachelor of arts in education; Andrea R. Gregg, bachelor of arts in edication, graduated cum laude; Hannah M. Dahl, bachelor of science in business administration; Mary A. Baker, bachelor of arts in education, graduated magna cum laude; Jeffrey T. Lamborn, bachelor of arts, bachelor of arts in Enulish language and literature; Corey A. Richards, bachelor of science in mathematics; Jared B. Stewart, bachelor of arts in public relations; and Daniel J. Riel, bachelor of science in computer science, graduated magna cum laude.
Enumclaw: Ashley M. Abramson, bachelor of science in business administration; Jeremy R. Curtin, bachelor of arts in history, magna cum laude; April R. Peplow, bachelor of science in environmental geological sciences; Ashley M. Campbell, bachelor of arts in education; Suzanne L. McIntyre, bachelor of science in food science and nutrition, cum laude; and Tracy A. Wilkening, bachelor of arts in education in early childhood education, cum laude.
Ravensdale: Tanner P. Eells, bachelor of arts in law and justice.
Wilkeson: Abby L. Hamilton, bachelor of science in construction management.
The following Plateau students were named to the spring term honor roll at Central Washington University. To qualify, students had to earn a grade-point average of 3.5 or better while carrying at least 12 graded quarter hours.
Black Diamond: Lindsey Androsko, Jillian Callahan and Morgan Franz.
Buckley: Jennifer Papenbrock, Daniel Riel, Samantha Long, Jacob Estabrook, Sarah Root, Jeremy Hoffman, Jessica McAdams, Grady Johnson, Elise Gregg, Lauren Mix and Renee Woods.
Enumclaw: Brady VanHoof, Kaiah Pierce, Tyler Wieland, Chris Christensen, Lindsey Henderson, Jon Bathum, Michelle Greenwood, Laura Hedlund, Nicholas Pierce, Nicole Maves and William Doyle.
Western Washington University student Christina Siewert, daughter of Shelly Siewert of Buckley, received a $1,200 Corinne Werder Special Education Scholarship and a $2,000 Florine A. Wheeler Scholarship for the 2010-11 academic year.
The Corinne Werder Special Education Scholarship is awarded to students who have demonstrated academic performance in the Special Education major. The Florine A. Wheeler Scholarship is awarded to students planning to teach in a general elementary classroom who demonstrate academic excellence.
Siewert has earned a 3.92 grade-point average. She is planning to graduate in fall 2012 with a degree in special education and elementary education.
Enumclaw resident Jessica J. Kinney recently graduated from Utica College with a master's degree in business administration, specializing in economic crime and fraud management.