From left to right: Karl Wickstrom, Eddie Robinett, Daisy Kettle, Sam Cary, Maddox Berg, Catherine Conner and Kelli Bishop pose for a photo after being awarded this quarter’s Mariners on the Move in this undated photo at Homer High School in Homer, Alaska. Not pictured: Skyler Rodriguez. (Photo courtesy Paul Story)

From left to right: Karl Wickstrom, Eddie Robinett, Daisy Kettle, Sam Cary, Maddox Berg, Catherine Conner and Kelli Bishop pose for a photo after being awarded this quarter’s Mariners on the Move in this undated photo at Homer High School in Homer, Alaska. Not pictured: Skyler Rodriguez. (Photo courtesy Paul Story)

Mariners on the Move

The most recent recipients of the Mariners on the Move award have been announced.

Each Homer High faculty member selects one outstanding student per year based on scholarship and character. The chosen students, their families and the nominating teachers for this quarter attended a Nov. 21 celebration in the Homer High School library, according to school counselor Paul Story.

Second quarter winners were:

· Karl Wickstrom — nominated by Mrs. Reiske

· Eddie Robinett — nominated by Ms. Ciccarone

· Daisy Kettle — nominated by Mr. Smith

· Sam Cary — nominated by Mrs. Hampson

· Maddox Berg — nominated by Mr. Newsted

· Catherine Conner — nominated by Mrs. Felice

· Kelli Bishop — nominated by Ms. Bishop (no relation)

· Skyler Rodriguez — nominated by Mrs. Lowe

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