High school celebrates 180° students


THESE PLYMOUTH HIGH School students were honored at the annual 180° Program breakfast March 17 for significantly improving their GPAs. — Submitted photo THESE PLYMOUTH HIGH School students were honored at the annual 180° Program breakfast March 17 for significantly improving their GPAs. — Submitted photo Plymouth High School recently recognized 37 students for making significant improvements to their grade-point averages.

The 180° Program, launched in 2015 in partnership with Johnsonville Sausage, recognizes students who raised their GPA significantly between the spring 2016 semester and the fall 2016 semester.

The students were recognized in front of their families and school officials during a breakfast catered by district Food Service on March 17 at the high school. Johnsonville Sausage provided gifts for the event and purchased the groceries for the breakfast.

“These youth should be acknowledged for their persistence, resilience, and dedication to learning,” said PHS Associ- ate Principal Andy Novak.

180° Breakfast Honorees: Tasia Arnold, Piper Carlson, Hailey Dorie, Dante Dorn, Cole Held, Allison Horner, Emily Mersberger, Matthew Nehring, Carlos Ramos, Colin Roth, Michael Schoerner, Leah Schuldt, Harrison Strutz, Jake Thompson, Matthew Unterweger, Caleb Watson, Connor Wehmeyer, Brooklin Willoughby, Tessah Wright, Tejaun Akbar, Doraelia Esquivel, Kathryn Radloff, Jacob Schirripa, Jamez Stenard, Kaitlyn Thao, Coragan Wieck, Brayton Zimmermann, Josef D'Amato, Tottiona Hodgson, Devin Jankuski, Stephen Keenan, David Kornetzke, Nathan Ninnemann, Cody Polzin, Justice Tollefson, Gregory Werner and Jacob Wittkopp.


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