TREMONTON – By Cari Doutre - May 31, 2021
The end of the school year always marks the time for local elementary and intermediate schools to honor those students that show leadership, kindness, academic success by making their schools a positive and uplifting environment.
North Park Elementary School presented four awards to 5th grade students during an assembly on May 19, 2021.
Tremonton Kiwanis Club members Jean Bohnam and Jonathan Grover presented the 2021 North Park Elementary School Hope of America award to Cache Christensen and Samantha Theurer. Cache is the son of Marc and Allison Christensen and Samantha is the daughter of Jared and Marnee Theurer.
Also honored this year at North Park Elementary School as the 2021 recipients of the Mayor’s Award, presented by Tremonton City Mayor Roger Fridal were Tanner Allen and Nyah LaMont. Tanner is the son of Brett and Jessica Allen and Nyah is the daughter of Drew and Mary LaMont.
The 2021 recipients of North Park Elementary School’s Principal’s Award, presented by Principal Shaylyn Ekins, went to Rayden Castro and Bentley Wardle. Rayden is the son of Mark and Marri Castro and Bentley is the daughter of Bradley Wardle and Brooke Wardle.
North Park Elementary School’s Outstanding 5th Grade Boy and Girl, also presented by Principal Ekins, for the 2020-21 school year were awarded to Colter Roberts and Hallee Willie. Colter is the son of Rory and Karly Roberts and Hallee is the daughter of David and Amber Willie.
The Hope of America Award is presented by the Tremonton Kiwanis Club, a tradition for over 20 years in the community. It started by “believing that the strength of our nation was directly related to the strength of our schools and our students.”
The awards program is for 5th and 6th grade students at local elementary and intermediate schools.
“This award was created to honor outstanding students who demonstrated during the school year: leadership, good character, scholarship and a willing to serve others,” the Tremonton Kiwanis Club stated.
The Tremonton Kiwanis Club aims to honor students in participating schools that are, “willing to BUILD a better tomorrow.”
Photos courtesy of North Park Elementary School