From left to right: Austin Shafford, Johnathan Mitchell, Maya Kelly, Anthony Melkomukov, Caleb Evans, Olivia Smith and Ethan Carroll, shown in this undated photo at Homer High School in Homer, Alaska, are the most recent recipients of the Mariners on the Move award. (Photo courtesy Paul Story)

From left to right: Austin Shafford, Johnathan Mitchell, Maya Kelly, Anthony Melkomukov, Caleb Evans, Olivia Smith and Ethan Carroll, shown in this undated photo at Homer High School in Homer, Alaska, are the most recent recipients of the Mariners on the Move award. (Photo courtesy Paul Story)

Mariners on the Move announced

The Mariners on the Move for the most recent quarter at Homer High School have been announced.

Each Homer High faculty member selects one outstanding student per year based on scholarship and character. The students, their families and the nominating teachers attended a celebration on Oct. 10 in the high school library. First quarter winners are:

· Austin Shafford – nominated by Ms. Tetor

· Johnathan Mitchell – nominated by Ms. Mall

· Maya Kelly – nominated by Mrs. Borland

· Anthony Melkomukov – nominated by Mr. Stineff

· Caleb Evans – nominated by Mr. Akers

· Olivia Smith – nominated by Mr. Pitzman

· Ethan Carroll – nominated by Mr. Tozzo

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