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CHA Bible Teacher Becomes Colson Fellow

September 12, 2019
By Public Relations

Miller officially becomes a Colson Fellow after completing the 10-month program. He is pictured with Barrie Winn (left), Director at the Carolinas Colson Fellows Cohort, and Bill Brown (right), Dean of the Colson Fellowship Program.

Eric Miller is a believer in the adage that learning never ends. A high school math and Bible teacher at Christian Heritage Academy for 20 years, Miller has successfully completed his fellowship with the Colson Fellows Program.

Miller joins over 1300 fellows across the U.S. and in 12 foreign countries who have taken on the mantle of being leaders of change and cultural counterpoints embracing a Christian perspective.

According to the Colson Fellows website:  “Colson Fellows learn how to better interpret all of life and reality from a consciously Christian worldview.”

The 10-month program included devotionals, discipleship activities, book analysis and bi-monthly webinars with authors and Christian leaders. Importantly, the fellows then developed individual plans to incorporate their learning within their sphere of influence.

The program began in 1991, and fellows come from a wide variety of vocations and backgrounds.  As a teacher, Miller adds another rich layer to his body of knowledge and belief system.

"I thoroughly enjoyed my time in the Colson Fellows program. I learned that in spite of my experience, that there are always new issues and authors out there that I need to be reading and assimilating into my classroom to keep preparing my students for the culture THEY will be interfacing with," Miller said.



 

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2018-19 Fourth Quarter Honor Roll Announced

June 26, 2019
By Public Relations
Honor Roll

Christian Heritage Academy is proud to announce the honor roll members for the fourth quarter of the 2018-2019 academic year.  These diligent students have earned this prestigious honor by displaying excellence and achievement in their studies.

“A” Honor Roll

“A/B” Honor Roll

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Rob Meredith
  • Emersyn Pugh
  • Connor King
  • Caine Sigmon
  • Shai Booth
  • Reese McDonald
  • Taetym Russell
  • Brooks Cassady
  • Chase Leonard
  • Maverick Quist
  • Rose Dalton
  • Chloe Setliff
  • Addyson Meadors
  • Miles Pugh
  • Zachary Lawson
  • Cora Hacker
  • Lani Meredith
  • Addyson Fichtner
  • Adelyn Cassady
  • Matthew Robinson
  • Julia White
  • Jessica DeBoer
  • Hadley Doughton
  • Gavin Hale
  • Jonathan Hooks
  • Rylan Manning
  • Sophia Flint
  • Annaleigh Boone
  • Caleb Anderson
  • Neveah McFarland
  • Lucas King
  • Kaylee Sigmon
  • Anna Robinson
  • Ruthie Williams
  • Paige Anderson
  • Kendall Compton
  • Ryder Compton
  • Emily Fifer
  • Autumn Powell
MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Giacomo Ceruzzi
  • Olivia Holland
  • Douglas Hayes
  • Pearl Gordon
  • Jordyn Webb
  • Nicholas Arrington
  • Lydia Atkins
  • Tyler Dzibela
  • Sophie Hall
  • Camille DeBoer
  • Olivia Gordon
  • William Johnson
  • Evie Novak
  • Teresa Jamison
  • Piper Doughton
  • Alexandria Holland
  • Josiah Rutter
  • Johana Gonzalez
  • Bailey Spencer
  • Dylan Mullins
  • Brandon Baber
  • Gil Schmidt
  • Brodey Oakes
  • Gabriel Scott
  • Grace Fifer
HIGH SCHOOL
  • Daniel Bramblet
  • Luke Divers
  • Evan Lawrence
  • Marina Powell
  • Catie Robinson
  • Brock Zorn
  • Faye Atkins
  • Jackson DeBoer
  • Emilyann Jones
  • Savannah Novak
  • Hannah Powell
  • Evie Gordon
  • Abby Mason
  • Timothy Robinson
  • Sallie Rutrough
  • Tearra Sink
  • Sarah Atkins
  • Jacob Novak
  • Blake Johnson
  • Leanna Gardner
  • Ethan Craig
  • Coleson Jamison
  • Devin Powell
  • Jansen Sink
  • Kaitlyn Jensen
  • Moxi Lei
  • Cameron DeBoer
  • Ferguson Boone
  • Daniel Hager
  • Lindsay Powell
  • Tatti Cooper
  • Moriah Hodges
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2018-19 Third Quarter Honor Roll Announced

March 20, 2019
By Public Relations
Honor Roll

Christian Heritage Academy is proud to announce the honor roll members for the third quarter of the 2018-2019 academic year.  These diligent students have earned this prestigious honor by displaying excellence and achievement in their studies.

“A” Honor Roll

“A/B” Honor Roll

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Rob Meredith
  • Emersyn Pugh
  • Connor King
  • Caine Sigmon
  • Shai Booth
  • Reese McDonald
  • Taetym Russell
  • Brooks Cassady
  • Chase Leonard
  • Maverick Quist
  • Rose Dalton
  • Chloe Setliff
  • Addyson Meadors
  • Miles Pugh
  • Zachary Lawson
  • Cora Hacker
  • Lucas King
  • Addyson Fichtner
  • Adelyn Cassady
  • Matthew Robinson
  • Julia White
  • Jessica DeBoer
  • Hadley Doughton
  • Gavin Hale
  • Jonathan Hooks
  • Rylan Manning
  • Sophia Flint
  • Karley Cundiff
  • Annaleigh Boone
  • Caleb Anderson
  • Abby Blankenship
  • Isabelle Carter
  • Neveah McFarland
  • Lani Meredith
  • Kaylee Sigmon
  • Anna Robinson
  • Ruthie Williams
  • Paige Anderson
  • Kendall Compton
  • Ryder Compton
  • Emily Fifer
MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Giacomo Ceruzzi
  • Olivia Holland
  • Johana Gonzalez
  • Bailey Spencer
  • Jordyn Webb
  • Lydia Atkins
  • Camille DeBoer
  • Grace Fifer
  • Olivia Gordon
  • William Johnson
  • Evie Novak
  • Brodey Oakes
  • Josiah Rutter
  • Teresa Jamison
  • Piper Doughton
  • Brandon Baber
  • Pearl Gordon
  • Douglas Hayes
  • Dylan Mullins
  • Nicholas Arrington
  • Tyler Dzibela
  • Sophie Hall
  • Marguerite Perdue
  • Gabriel Scott
  • Alexandria Holland
HIGH SCHOOL
  • Luke Divers
  • Evan Lawrence
  • Marina Powell
  • Catie Robinson
  • Brockton Zorn
  • Faye Atkins
  • Jackson DeBoer
  • Blake Johnson
  • Emilyann Jones
  • Savannah Novak
  • Hannah Powell
  • Evie Gordon
  • Abby Mason
  • Timothy Robinson
  • Sallie Rutrough
  • Tearra Sink
  • Sarah Atkins
  • Cameron DeBoer
  • Daniel Hager
  • Grace Mullins
  • Jacob Novak
  • Daniel Bramblet
  • Ethan Craig
  • Coleson Jamison
  • Devin Powell
  • Jansen Sink
  • Kaitlyn Jensen
  • Austin Spence
  • Abby Meeks
  • Quinn Shrewsbury
  • Ian Andersen
  • Ferguson Boone
  • Colette Hodges
  • Lindsay Powell
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2018-19 Second Quarter Honor Roll Announced

January 16, 2019
By Public Relations
Honor Roll

Christian Heritage Academy is proud to announce the honor roll members for the second quarter of the 2018-2019 academic year.  These diligent students have earned this prestigious honor by displaying excellence and achievement in their studies.

“A” Honor Roll

“A/B” Honor Roll

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Rob Meredith
  • Emersyn Pugh
  • Connor King
  • Caine Sigmon
  • Shai Booth
  • Reese McDonald
  • Taetym Russell
  • Brooks Cassady
  • Chase Leonard
  • Maverick Quist
  • Isabelle Carter
  • Rose Dalton
  • Chloe Setliff
  • Addyson Meadors
  • Miles Pugh
  • Caleb Anderson
  • Zachary Lawson
  • Cora Hacker
  • Anna Robinson
  • Lucas King
  • Ruthie Williams
  • Lani Meredith
  • Adelyn Cassady
  • Matthew Robinson
  • Julia White
  • Jessica DeBoer
  • Paige Anderson
  • Hadley Doughton
  • Ryder Compton
  • Emily Fifer
  • Gavin Hale
  • Cooper Gaubatz
  • Jonathan Hooks
  • Rylan Manning
  • Sophia Flint
  • Karley Cundiff
  • Annaleigh Boone
  • Addyson Fichtner
  • Zachary Riddle
  • Kaylee Sigmon
  • Layla Hale
  • Wyatt Gardner
  • Scarlett Flint
  • Luke Mason
MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Giacomo Ceruzzi
  • Olivia Holland
  • Douglas Hayes
  • Pearl Gordon
  • Johana Gonzalez
  • Evie Grace Novak
  • William Johnson
  • Camille DeBoer
  • Josiah Rutter
  • Olivia Gordon
  • Gabriel Scott
  • Nicholas Arrington
  • Grace Fifer
  • Lydia Atkins
  • Tyler Dzibela
  • Teresa Jamison
  • Piper Doughton
  • Bailey Spencer
  • Jacob Young
  • Parker Greer
  • Jordyn Webb
  • Sophie Hall
  • Brodey Oakes
  • Austin Major
  • Ashleigh Webb
  • Brandon Baber
  • Emilie Evilsizer
  • Gill Schmidt
  • Alexandria Holland
HIGH SCHOOL
  • Catie Robinson
  • Brock Zorn
  • Marina Powell
  • Luke Divers
  • Evan Lawrence
  • Faye Atkins
  • Hannah Powell
  • Jackson DeBoer
  • Savannah Novak
  • Emily Ann Jones
  • Abby Mason
  • Sallie Rutrough
  • Evie Gordon
  • Tearra Sink
  • Jacob Novak
  • Sarah Atkins
  • Lindsay Powell
  • Ethan Craig
  • Jansen Sink
  • Blake Johnson
  • Moxi Lei
  • Stephanie Gonzalez
  • Kaitlyn Jensen
  • Timothy Robinson
  • Abby Meeks
  • Quinn Shrewsbury
  • Leanna Gardner
  • Cameron DeBoer
  • Daniel Hager
  • Ian Andersen
  • Tatti Cooper
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2017-18 Fourth Quarter Honor Roll Announced

June 20, 2018
By Public Relations

Christian Heritage Academy is proud to announce the honor roll members for the fourth quarter of the 2017-2018 academic year.  These diligent students have earned this prestigious honor by displaying excellence and achievement in their studies.

“A” Honor Roll

“A/B” Honor Roll

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Anderson, Caleb
  • Boone, Annaleigh
  • Carter, Belle
  • Cassady, Brooks
  • Dalton, Rose
  • Lawson, Zachary
  • Leonard, Chase
  • McDonald, Reese
  • Quist, Maverick
  • Russell, Taetym
  • Setliff, Chloe
  • Davis, Collette
  • Fichtner, Addyson
  • Hacker, Cora
  • King, Lucas
  • Meredith, Lani
  • Robinson, Anna
  • Sigmon, Kaylee
  • Williams, Ruthie
  • Zorn, Griffin
  • Cassady, Adelyn
  • DeBoer, Jessica
  • White, Julia
  • Ceruzzi, Giacomo
  • Gordon, Pearl
  • Hayes, Douglas
  • Pate, Autumn
  • Webb, Jordyn
  • Cundiff, Karley
  • Miles Pugh
  • Riddle, Zachary
  • Anderson, Paige
  • Doughton, Hadley
  • Hale, Layla
  • Robinson, Matthew
  • Powell, Joseph
  • Brabson, Jace
  • Fifer, Emily Kate
  • Lopez, Emily
  • Mason, Luke
  • Young, Jackson
  • Greer, Parker
  • Pearson, Chelsea
  • Young, Jacob
MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • DeBoer, Camille
  • Gordon, Olivia
  • Johnson, William
  • Novak, Evie Grace
  • Pate, Jenna
  • Doughton, Piper
  • Jamison, Teresa
  • Atkins, Lydia
  • Rutter, Josiah
  • Scott, Gabriel
  • Evilsizer, Emilie
  • Holland, Alexandria
  • Bramblet, Daniel
  • Craig, Ethan
  • Jamison, Coleson
  • Lawrence, Evan
  • Robinson, Catherine
  • Sink, Jansen
HIGH SCHOOL
  • Atkins, Faye
  • Pate, Zachary
  • Gordon, Evie
  • Mason, Abby
  • Rutrough, Sallie
  • Novak, Jacob
  • Atkins, Hannah
  • Dillon, Erika
  • Evilsizer, Abygayle
  • Hosmer, Jeanette
  • Rutrough, Bailey
  • DeBoer, Jackson
  • Jones, Emilyann
  • Novak, Savannah
  • Powell, Hannah
  • Robinson, Timothy
  • Andersen, Ian
  • Atkins, Sarah
  • Boone, Ferguson
  • Pate, David
  • Ehrat, Joshua
  • Miller, Drew
  • Robinson, Natalie
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Private: Cherished Educator Retires From CHA

May 17, 2018
By Public Relations

Rocky Mount, VA (May 17, 2018) - Christian Heritage Academy (CHA) announced today the retirement of one of its cherished educators who has served the CHA community for 31 years.

Mrs. Kathy Griffith came to CHA in 1988 and currently teaches elementary and secondary Spanish classes and girls health/PE; however she has taught many other subjects throughout her tenure. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics from Virginia Tech.

"For 31 years I have been blessed to spend my days with my favorite people- the students and staff at Christian Heritage Academy. I love teaching, I love students, I love the freedom to teach creatively, I love being able to express my faith. My students' enthusiasm and humor energizes me, and I have always loved trying to figure out new ways to help them learn," shared Griffith.

Mrs. Griffith has made significant impacts on CHA, educating several hundred students over the years and continually guiding them with their wisdom and leadership. She will be greatly missed by all within the CHA community.

"Mrs. Griffith has placed Jesus first, her family second, and faithfully served the Lord in the ministry of her church and this school for many years. In fact, we are the school we are today in large part because of her sacrifice, commitment, and investment in Christian education at CHA.  It’s truly been an honor to work alongside a teacher of her caliber," said Mr. Tony Quist, Head of School.

The CHA community is extremely grateful for Mrs. Griffith’s  service over the years and prays for continued blessings on her future endeavors.  Griffith looks forward to spending her time serving her family, church, and others.

With her departure, CHA is now seeking applicants for a Spanish teacher and a girls' Health/PE teacher. Interested applicants should send a resume to info@chaknights.org.

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Growth Prompts New Hires In Elementary Grades

May 15, 2018
By Public Relations

Rocky Mount, VA (May 15, 2018) - After announcing Mrs. Jessica Hacker as the school’s first Associate Director of Academics last month, administrators at Christian Heritage Academy are actively filling key teaching positions as new students and families continue to enroll in record numbers.

Replacing Mrs. Hacker’s vacant Kindergarten teacher position will be current K4 Aide, Mrs. Becky Mason. Mrs. Mason holds a Bachelors of Science from Ferrum College and has shown a great level of energy and commitment to the school over the past two years. She is a strong fit for the elementary team, school philosophy, and community culture.

“I will give 200% to the children, parents, and school,” shared Mason.

In another internal hire, Miss Ashley Hodges will be moving from the Elementary Resource teacher to Second grade, as Mrs. Julie Reed secedes that position to focus on preparations for starting a family.

“I am excited for this new opportunity God has blessed me with, and look forward to educating young children to love and glorify Him in the 2nd grade,” stated Hodges.

Miss Hodges joined the CHA faculty last fall as the Elementary Resource teacher and After-care coordinator and has been instrumental in the success of those two programs.Miss Hodges holds a Bachelors of Science from Ferrum College.

“We’re excited to see each of these teachers take on new roles and are confident in following the Lord’s leading in each situation,” said Mr. Tony Quist, Head of School.

With the summer approaching, school administrators are actively seeking passionate, Christian educators to fill additional openings. Please send a resume to info@chaknights.org if you are interested in applying for one of the following positions:

  • After Care Coordinator
  • Resource Teacher
  • K4 Teacher Aide
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Christian Heritage Academy’s Eric Miller Accepted into Colson Fellows Program

May 08, 2018
By Public Relations

CHA is proud to announce that Eric Miller, a high school teacher at CHA, has been accepted into the Colson Fellows Program.

Eric Miller - Secondary Bible and Math teacher

 

“As a teacher at CHA for nearly 20 years, Eric has been extremely instrumental in developing the biblical worldview of CHA’s students. We applaud him for his participation in the Colson Fellows Program, allowing him to extend his gift to so many others,” said Tony Quist, Head of School.

The Colson Fellows Program educates people of strong faith with relevant skills, biblical knowledge, and a solid Christian worldview, helping others to navigate today's culture and re-shaping it in a way that is pleasing to God.

The National program consists of reading the best books on worldview, cultural analysis, and spiritual growth. Bi-monthly webinars with the authors and other Christian leaders provide a deeper dive into current issues. Fellows develop their own mission and vision statements and construct a plan for implementing all they are learning.

As a fellow in the regional Carolinas program, Eric will meet regularly with others in the region for further instruction, discussion about program content, and fellowship with others connected to the Colson Fellows.

"I'm looking forward to this opportunity,” said Eric Miller. “It is my desire to expand and strengthen my worldview training in the context of preparing our Bible for students to face the modern, multicultural world. I also look forward to creating opportunities to provide cultural training and insight to parents both at CHA and in my local church."

To learn more about the Colson Fellows program, visit http://colsonfellows.org.

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Strategic Focus On Academics Leads to New Position at CHA

April 27, 2018
By Public Relations
Jessica Hacker has been hired as CHA's first Associate Director of Academics

 

As part of CHA’s continued efforts towards strategic enhancements and expansion, school administrators are proud to announce Mrs. Jessica Hacker as the new Associate Director of Academics.

In this recently created position, Mrs. Hacker will have a primary role in overseeing the school’s expanding K4-12 academic program.  She will provide instructional leadership for continuing improvements in teaching and student learning to enrich the quality of education and maintain the school’s high standards of academic excellence.  As CHA prepares to transition to a block schedule format at the secondary level for the 2019-2020 school year, Mrs. Hacker will be instrumental in facilitating professional development and providing faculty support to ensure a smooth transition and a successful implementation.

“My goals in stepping into this new position are to support our faculty members and to make sure our students are receiving the best education in the county,” said Hacker “I am grateful for this new opportunity and look forward to assisting in the growth of CHA’s academic success.”

A life-long Franklin County resident, Mrs. Hacker holds a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts minoring in Education from Ferrum College and a Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction from Averett University. Over the past decade, she has gained valuable experience and training through her teaching positions at local elementary/secondary public schools and in CHA’s own K4 and K5 programs.

"Mrs. Hacker has a deep passion for Christian education and I’m confident that her skills and expertise will help us take our academic program to the next level," said Tony Quist, Head of School. “She is going to be a great support resource for our faculty and an asset to our administrative team!"

The hiring of Mrs. Hacker marks yet another accomplishment in CHA’s five-year strategic plan known as, “Resolving for Excellence & Truth.” Under this plan, CHA has already seen significant growth in enrollment and athletics after creating similar Associate Director positions to focus on those areas.

Mrs. Hacker will officially assume the new position and duties of the Associate Director of Academics on June 1, 2018.

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Drama Club Performs Casey At The Bat

April 24, 2018
By Public Relations

The CHA drama club has been working on a performance script of the poem "Casey at the Bat" by Ernest Lawrence Thayer.  Students had the opportunity to perform for the audience at our annual Creative Writing and Arts Gala on Monday, April 23rd.

"The students have been working hard since January and they memorized their lines quickly.  Mr. Keller and I were very proud of their performance and how they executed their lines," stated secondary teacher, Mrs. Spence.   "Our lead performers were ironically called away for a baseball game and our understudies did a great job stepping into the roles of Casey and the umpire only two weeks ago."

The drama club is an integral part of CHA's club program.  Students in drama club learn the basics of stagecraft, self discipline and the importance of creativity, teamwork, and presentation skills.

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CHA’s First STEM Night A Success

April 12, 2018
By Public Relations

CHA families gathered on Thursday, April 5th to engage in a number of activities for the school’s first STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Night. This event was organized by upper school science teachers, Mary Ann Castaneda and Kathleen DeBoer in hopes of sparking students’ interest in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.  Families had the opportunity to view STEM related class projects before participating in breakout sessions where students further explored STEM experiments.

Head of School, Tony Quist, attended the event with his family and commented, “This was a great event and an exciting opportunity to celebrate the focus of STEM in our academic program.  I’m looking forward to making it a part of our annual calendar of events”.

Activities for the night included a slime station, an egg drop challenge, paper airplane challenge, spaghetti tower challenge, and an aluminum foil boat challenge.

“STEM Night turned into a evening full of science and fun. Students and their families were able to try different challenges that required them to build and test out their creations.  The science department is already looking forward to next year’s STEM Night with some brand new challenges to try,” said Ms. Castaneda.

 

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2017-18 Third Quarter Honor Roll Announced

March 24, 2018
By Public Relations
Christian Heritage Academy is proud to announce the honor roll members for the third quarter of the 2017-2018 academic year.  These diligent students have earned this prestigious honor by displaying excellence and achievement in their studies.

“A” Honor Roll

“A/B” Honor Roll

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Anderson, Caleb
  • Carter, Belle
  • Cassady, Brooks
  • Dalton, Rose
  • Lawson, Zachary
  • Leonard, Chase
  • McDonald, Reese
  • Quist, Maverick
  • Russell, Taetym
  • Setliff, Chloe
  • Pugh, Miles
  • Davis, Collette
  • Fichtner, Addyson
  • Hacker, Cora
  • King, Lucas
  • Robinson, Anna
  • Williams, Ruthie
  • Zorn, Griffin
  • Cassady, Adelyn
  • White, Julia
  • Ceruzzi, Giacomo
  • Gordon, Pearl
  • Hayes, Douglas
  • Pate, Autumn
  • Webb, Jordyn
  • Young, Jacob
  • Boone, Annaleigh
  • Swanson, Gabriel
  • Meredith, Lani
  • Polk, Andrew
  • Riddle, Zachary
  • Sigmon, Kaylee
  • Anderson, Paige
  • DeBoer, Jessica
  • Doughton, Hadley
  • Hale, Layla
  • Robinson, Matthew
  • Brabson, Jace
  • Craig, Hayden
  • Fifer, Emily Kate
  • Gardner, Wyatt
  • Lopez, Emily
  • Mason, Luke
  • Young, Jackson
  • Dillon, Angelina
  • Greer, Parker
  • Mullins, Dylan
  • Pearson, Chelsea
MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • DeBoer, Camille
  • Johnson, William
  • Novak, Evie Grace
  • Doughton, Piper
  • Jamison, Teresa
  • Robinson, Catie
  • Zorn, Brock
  • Atkins, Lydia
  • Fifer, Grace
  • Gordon, Olivia
  • Rutter, Josiah
  • Arrington, Kali
  • Evilsizer, Emilie
  • Holland, Alexandria
  • Bramblet, Daniel
  • Craig, Ethan
  • Jamison, Coleson
  • Lawrence, Evan
  • Sink, Jansen
HIGH SCHOOL
  • Atkins, Faye
  • Pate, Zach
  • Powell, Hannah
  • Gordon, Evie
  • Mason, Abby
  • Rutrough, Sallie
  • Novak, Jacob
  • Powell, Lindsay
  • Atkins, Hannah
  • Ehrat, Joshua
  • Evilsizer, Abygayle
  • Hosmer, Jeanette
  • Robinson, Natalie
  • Rutrough, Bailey
  • Jensen, Kaitlyn
  • Johnson, Blake
  • Jones, Emily
  • Novak, Savannah
  • Meeks, Abby
  • Robinson, Timothy
  • Sink, Tearra
  • Andersen, Ian
  • Atkins, Sarah
  • Boone, Ferguson
  • Pate, David
  • Dickenson, Lee
  • Dillon, Erika
  • Miller, Drew
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