On Saturday, 6 June, the Class of 2015 began its journey into "life after high school." Thirty-six seniors took to the stage at 2:00 p.m. and spent the next 1.5 hours reminiscing and receiving awards. After Quintin Swanson lead the flag salute, faculty-chosen speaker Aiysha Garcia took to the stage to tell the audience what high school had meant to her. The RHS tradition of students presenting roses or carnations to their loved ones was then continued, followed by class speakers Quintin Swanson and Jordan Reidt. The audience next heard from Valedictorian Genezaret Quintana and Salutatorian Malaina Lempke.

The awards section of the program began with Dr. Steve Holland, Superintendent of Schools, presenting both "Honors" and "High Honors" cords to seniors. Students were then recognized for academic achievement in various ways: Grays Harbor College awarded 19 students the designation of "World Class Scholar," as well as the $1,500 scholarship that accompanies that honor. Numerous local businesses, agencies and foundations showed their support for the students by awarding student scholarships. The State of Washington also recognized 30 students by bestowing its "Washington College Bound" scholarship. A total of $1,370,620 was awarded to help ensure that these students have the means to take their next steps.

Principal Dave Vetter then certified that the 36 students had met the graduation requirements of the State of Washington and the Raymond School District and diplomas were awarded by Ms. Pebbles Williams, School Board Chairperson. After the traditional "moving of the tassels" and singing of the Alma Mater, the Class of 2015 left both the stage and the school, ready for their new adventures.

Class of 2015

Marcos Ayala Mendoza

Tonancy Ayala-Delgado

Megan Bales*†

Matthew Boyes

Elizabeth Cahill

Cameron Woodrow Clements

Emily Ellen Collins*†

Aaron deMontigny*†

Aiysha Pearl-Marie Garcia**†

Christopher Gunderson

Zachary Hagain

Tristn Allan Holmes

Victor Hood†

Cecilia Jimenez Quintana†

Malaina Rachelle Lempke**†

Landon J. Maneman†

Andres Martinez Jr.

Michael McFadden†

Benjamin Meade**†

Danielle Lerae Messer**†

Lucas Metcalf

Dina Misaengsay*

Erik Monson

Shyler Mason Newberg

Rayce Newman†

Tyler Pehl*

Abriguel Lorraine Perkins†

Alan Phansisay†

William Phillips

Genezaret Quintana**†

Jordan Tyrus Reidt*†

Patricia Rojas†

Marvin Paul So†

Quintin Swanson*†

John Syhapanha

Pedro Villegas Quintana

Kourtney Maxin Williams

**indicates High Honors (GPA of 3.7 and above) 

*indicates Honors (GPA of 3.2 to 3.69)

†indicates World Class Scholar

There will be a parent meeting for JH fall sports on Sunday, August 30th at 6:00 pm in the high school commons.  We will go over rules, expectations, and the online paperwork system.  The coaches will be there to answer any questions as well.

If you bring your own tee-shirt, Mr. Londino will put these images on front and back for $5.00.

Interested, let him know in person or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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This link will take you to the Senior Slideshow. (Thank you Megan Bales!) You will need to register on the site, but registration is free.

You can make the screen full size by clicking on the icon in the bottom right of the video window.

Enjoy!

http://thecube.com/event/senior-slideshow-2015-514137

The boys and girls track teams had a very successful state track meet this past weekend. The boys team won their second straight team title, while the girls team finished 11th. There were 7 state champion performances and four school records were broken. Rayce Newman broke school records in the 100 (11.11) and long jump (22-8.75); school records were also broken in the boys 4x100 (44.26), and the boys 4x400 (3:28.15). Karlee Freeman was 1st in discus with a throw of 137-05.

Below are the results from this weekend. Complete results can be found at http://wiaa.com/results/track/2015/1B2B1A/index.htm

BOYS
Rayce Newman - 1st in the 100, 200, and long jump
Alex Vaca - 1st in the 400, 9th in the 100
Terry Broten - 5th in the 300 hurdles, 8th in the pole vault, 15th in the 110 hurdles
Jayce Freeman - 2nd in the 110 hurdles, 10th in the 300 hurdles
Kason Koski - 2nd in the high jump
Marcus Anderson - 5th in the high jump, 12th in the triple jump
Jace Duckworth - 4th in the pole vault
Elliott Murdock - 12th in the 200
Ben Meade - 13th in the pole vault
Boys 4x100 relay (Terry, Jace D., Alex, Rayce) - 1st
Boys 4x400 relay (Jayce F., Ben, Elliott, Rayce) - 1st
 
GIRLS
Karlee Freeman - 1st in the discus, 4th in the 100 hurdles, 6th in the 300 hurdles, 8th in the 100
Patti Rojas - 9th in the pole vault
Aubree Gardner - 11th in the shot put
Cydney Flemetis - 14th in the triple jump

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