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USD112 CPMS students reach Renaissance criteria
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BUSHTON — On Jan. 6, all Central Plains Middle School students who met the established Renaissance criteria for the second quarter were rewarded with an afternoon of swimming at Barton County Community College. To be eligible for this reward, students had to achieve higher than a 3.2 grade point average and have no detentions, tardies, or office referrals throughout the second quarter.

Fifty-seven 6-8 grade students (73%) met this criteria and received the opportunity to enjoy this reward. These students include the following: Kade Beck, Jacob Behnke, Hannah Beran, Darian Hubbard, Lee Letournea, Haleigh Martin, Anthony Oberle, Taylor Oeser, Mia Penrod, Colton Potts, Alisha Crow, Luke Danner, Julie Donecker, Philip Donecker, Emily Hitschmann, Kylie Lamatsch, Chelsey Bieberle, Cassidy Crites, Kirsten Gunder, Kylie Holmes, John Ross Moran, Holli Payne, Bryce Miller, James Radenberg, Janae Ryan, Aaron Schneweis, Jackie Stephens,

Jade Wissing, Maya Bailey, Brittney Beck, Keeley Hipp, Kylee Kasselman, Alyssa Kreft, Collin Schlochtermeier, Trey Schulte, Devin Stumps, Ryanne Hekele, Trustin Kreft, Kendi Maxwell, Reagan Phelan, Cody Price, Taylor Rolfs, Brady Rugan, Lloyd Spradling, Kaycee Steiner, Brady Woodmansee, Clark Besthorn, Lexie Broeker, Braedan Crites, Kylee Girard, Hunter Ingham, Levi Martin, Kaylyn Oberle, and Michael Ryan.