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Crandon High School honors 2018 Students of the YearSubmitted: 05/25/2018
Crandon High School honors 2018 Students of the Year
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CRANDON - Crandon High School honored dozens of students on Thursday as part of its Student of the Year Awards.

For the eighth year, teachers at the school were asked to select a student who excelled in their class.

This year's winners include:

Math: Claudia Krueger, Drew Boney, Jacob Wilson, Jordan Kalata, Hallie Henrie, Lindsay Littleton, Kilie Kramer

Social Studies: Allyson Stepper, Jonathon Strzyz, Jordan Brooks, Elizabeth Conway, Devon Evans, Erika Kern, Mc Kenna Jensen, Maddi Stroik, Lindsay Littleton


Encore: Serra Laubert, Grace Gunderson, Hayden West, Elizabeth Conway, Joe McIntosh, Jeremiah Stewart, Jason Fife, Breanna McGeshick, Juanita Alloway, Claudia Krueger, Madeson Mihalko, Blake Weber, Israel Alloway, Donte Conley, Lyndsey Marvin, Logan Sturzl, Ty Flannery, Jonathon Strzyz, Sage Dalton, Ryon Alloway, Kale Poe, Riley Weber, Tanner Marvin, Alexis Thompson, Kassidie Kramer, Sarah Cochrane, Brianna McCarthy, Jaxon Van Zile

English: Cassidy Frank, Halle Reeder, Drew Boney, Tanner Theisen, Oriana Pluta, Lyndsey Marvin, Brianna McCarthy

Science: Allyson Stepper, Jordan Kalata, Devon Evans, McKenna Jensen, Autum Schallock, Juanita Alloway

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