From left to right: Emily Arno, Henry Russell, Riley Jones, Emmet Wilkinson, Alexus Dawson, Kat Nelson, Levi King and Jalee Martushev display their Mariners on the Move awards on Nov. 15, 2017 at Homer High School in Homer, Alaska. (Photo by Paul Story)

From left to right: Emily Arno, Henry Russell, Riley Jones, Emmet Wilkinson, Alexus Dawson, Kat Nelson, Levi King and Jalee Martushev display their Mariners on the Move awards on Nov. 15, 2017 at Homer High School in Homer, Alaska. (Photo by Paul Story)

Mariners on the Move

  • By PAUL STORY
  • Wednesday, November 22, 2017 12:52pm
  • News

Below is the latest installment of Mariners On the Move, the program at Homer High School that recognizes students for attributes other than grades.

Each Homer High faculty member selects one outstanding student per year based on scholarship and citizenship. Honorees, their families and the nominating teachers attended a Nov. 15 celebration catered by the Homer High School Culinary Arts class.

Second quarter winners were:

Emily Arno – nominated by Mr. Smith

Henry Russell – nominated by Mr. Waclawski

Riley Jones – nominated by Mrs. Lowe

Emmet Wilkinson – nominated by Mr. Newsted

Alexus Dawson – nominated by Mr. Welch

Kat Nelson – nominated by Ms. Reichenberg

Levi King – nominated by Mr. Love

Jalee Martushev – nominated by Mrs. Felice

Paul Story is School Counselor for Homer High School. Megan Pacer contributed to this article.

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