Education Briefs for April 24
Scholarship offered to veteran daughter or granddaughter
The American Legion Auxiliary is offering a scholarship in the amount of $500 to a senior daughter or granddaughter of a veteran (living or deceased).
Application forms can be obtained from Marshall High School student services. The deadline for applying is April 25. For questions, call Jeanne Kvick at 507-532-9729.
True Light releases honor roll
True Light Christian School announces its 3rd quarter honor roll for the 2018-19 school year.
8th grade: Kaden Clark, Shauna Fricke, Jackson Lendt, Justin Sternke, Jettison Wing.
7th grade: Emma Bottelberghe, Coby Brownlee, Siri Christensen, Isaac Gross, Thomas Hanson, Jude Knudson, Allyson Sample.
6th grade: Ryan Botsford, Alex Buss, Jack Meier, Ben Pafko, Carter Prins, Gabriella Ross, Naomi Sternke, Augie Sturrock, Kendall Walerius, Olivia Williams, Braelyn Wing.
5th grade: Caleb Bottelberghe, Trinity Brownlee, Brennon Doughty.
Suicide awareness walk is May 4
The Out of the Darkness Walk is Saturday, May 4. This community event is for all ages. The guest speaker, Maris Ehlers, will present at 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 3, at the FACS room at Marshall High School. This is event is for all students (Grade 5 and older) and parents. Pizza will be provided. No RSVP is needed. Maris Ehler’s website is: http://www.digitalparentconsulting.com
The Born to Be Alive — Yellow Ribbon Out of the Darkness Walk brings awareness to depression and suicide with a goal is to raise $8,000 to help the American Foundation Suicide Prevention for education, advocacy and dedication to understanding and preventing suicide. Log onto www.afsp.org/MarshallHS to donate to Born to Be Alive Yellow Ribbon team.