October's Hornet Heroes Named

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Each month Big Lake High School recognizes students from each grade who have demonstrated traits that align with the Hornet Way.  The Hornet Way emphasizes respect, honesty, kindness, responsibility and fairness.  These are students who are leading by example, promoting good choices, or who are committing random acts of kindness.

 

This month's students recognized include: Natalia Springsteen, Cory Mallon, Keon McGarvey, Ryan Murnane, Kelli Poffenberger, Ashley Chouinard and Preston Hesley.

 

These students will receive small tokens of appreciation for being a positive student leader. In addition, students will be acknowledged on the morning announcements, the following student assembly, parents will be notified, and a display case will feature the students’ school pictures.

 

Congratulations Natalia, Cory, Keon, Ryan, Kelli, Ashley and Preston!

 

 

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Phyllis G. Monson

THE TEEN BAND PLATYPUS will perform at the Big Lake Chamber of Commerce annual Block Party at McPete’s Sept. 6.

NO LEFT TURNS ALLOWED exiting from Big Lake High School property onto Eagle Lake Road when school starts up in September. The new rule is to alleviate congestion and and is part of the county plan which changed traffic lane configurations. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Pictured from left to right are scholarship winners Jordyn Edling, Madi VanHorsen, and Breanna Cornwell volunteering to sell ducks for Monticello’s Riverfest celebration. (Submitted photo.)