Sartell High School junior Summbla Anjum received the ExCEL Award – Excellence in Community, Education and Leadership – a program for Minnesota high school juniors who are active in school activities, leaders in their schools and who demonstrate a strong commitment to community service.
Two Sartell High School seniors, Heidi Lenarz and Carter Vonderahe, received the Academics, Arts and Athletics Award, known as the Triple “A” Award. The award honors Minnesota high school seniors who have a 3.0 or higher-grade point average and who participate in Minnesota State High School League-sponsored athletic and fine arts activities.
Sartell Middle School sixth-grader Henry Johnson won second place at the Regional Spelling Bee on Feb. 2. He represented Sartell Middle School at the Multi-Regional Bee on Feb. 16.
Jake Pettit of Sartell was appointed by Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan to the Board of High Pressure Piping Systems. The board adopts and amends the high-pressure-piping code and rules and regulates the licensing and registration of those who work with high-pressure-piping systems. The board also issues final code interpretations and advises about educational requirements for inspectors. Pettit is a Non-Metro High Pressure Piping Journeyworker Member.
Twenty-four Sartell students recently graduated from St. Cloud State University. They and their majors are as follows: Courtney Beck, bachelor’s in management; Jessee Bramstedt, bachelor’s in cybersecurity, magna cum laude; Riley Buck, bachelor’s in film studies, magna cum laude; Shazia Buttar, bachelor’s in communication sciences and disorders, cum laude; Kyle Cielinski, bachelor’s in manufacturing engineering technology, summa cum laude; Lauren Ditmarson, bachelor’s in nursing, magna cum laude; Robert Entenmann, bachelor’s in computer science, magna cum laude; Danielle Fellows, bachelor’s in communication arts and literature, magna cum laude;
Bryan Fleegel, master’s in business administration; Jordan Gangle, bachelor’s in management; Anna Hince, bachelor’s in SPED: academic and behavioral strategist, summa cum laude; Ashlee Johnson, doctorate in educational administration and leadership; Kassondra Kubasch, bachelor’s in nursing, magna cum laude; Rachel Kugler, bachelor’s in nursing; Meghan Murphy, master’s in business administration; Heather Murray, associate’s, liberal arts and sciences;
Ryan Perry, bachelor’s in liberal studies; Skylar Rychner, bachelor’s in information systems; Melvin Schmid, bachelor’s in computer science engineering; Anthony Schmitz, master’s in business administration; Spencer Speer, bachelor’s in business economics; Ashley Stumvoll, bachelor’s in biomedical sciences; Samantha Styrbicky, bachelor’s in nursing, cum laude; Alectra Walcome, bachelor’s in biomedical sciences and statistics.