- Toledo High School Honor Roll - Second Trimester
- Toledo School District Spring Break April 3-7
- Weekend Outlook & Beyond
- A Second Chance
Twin Peaks had their moose...
Toledo School District takes Spring Break next week, April 3-7, with a 2-hour Late Start on Monday, April 10, 2017.
The Toledo High School Second Trimester Honor Roll for the
2016-2017 school year has been announced.
4.00 grade-point average
12th grade: Adam Slighte, Madison Smith
11th grade: Allison Bacon, Thomas Kinsman, Trent Nef, Abigail Rowe, Anna Tauscher, Emily Tyner
10th grade: Calab Atkins, Ivan Cibrian, Riki Hanzawa, Morgan Leback, Nickolas Manning, Lex Nef, Sky Nyberg, Anthony Peak, Matthew Stavig, Krista Tanninen, Brian Wood
9th grade: Jacob Butcher, Michael Echtle, Isabel Langhaim, Duke Schaplow, Elizabeth Tanninen
3.99 – 3.75 grade-point average
12th grade: Dalton Yoder, Maria Carpenter, Nathan Klinke,
11th grade: Shareace Miller, Meeghan Peters, Soraya Ramon, Kyle Bauter, Gannon Madill
10th grade: Trace Bybee, Julia Davis, Estefano Arceo-Hansen, Dylan Bonagofski, Sydnie McClure, Megan Quinn, Hannalee Tyner
9th grade: Jaclyn Halberg, Sarrah Herrera, Ayriana Murphy, Caitlin Olson, Joshua Quinn, Kallie Schaplow, Laura Larson, Derrik Mattox-Hanson, Maliyah Miller
3.20 – 3.74 grade-point average
12th grade: Theodore Demery, Mandy Trujillo, Bradley Debo, Allie Halberg, Troy Struzan, Adan Cibrian, Elizabeth Stavig, Brianna Beecroft, Alexa Halberg, Joseph Wallace, Matthew Christian, Bryana Peters, Leilani Cline
11th grade: Bailey Richardson, Reece Wallace, Grayson Farbo, Shy-Anne Hill, Alyssa Ewers, Kyle Hawkins, Ashlyn Rustan, Laurell Sorensen, Cheyenne Strom, Tiana Berg, Tyler Robinette, Keyton Wallace, Ismael Arroyo, Christian Sanjuro
10th grade: Ethan Smith, Nora Zander, Kendle Odom, Maddison Blum, Matthew Moore, Bryce Marcil, Tate Smith, Coleby Cherrington, Shannon Lewis, Westin Wallace, Kyra Covington, Rhett Halberg, Adrian Murphy, Jared VanHoof, Hayden Farbo, Isabella Velazquez
9th grade: Chance Hockett, Merrilee Bark, Andrea Jones, Eva Kuoppala, Kiara Rustan, Alyssa Gaskill, Daun Hegyi, Kaylee Veigel, Jessica Hull, Kimberlie Demeo, Alexis Ball, Kendra Coverdell, Walker Sorensen, Lindsey Jones, Larry Demery, Megan Wallace
3.00 – 3.19 grade-point average
12th grade: DavinaGrace Ramon, Nicholas Parks, Gabriel Fuentes, Mya Ramirez, Dylan Hoiseck
11th grade: Lillian Thorpe, Trystan Mueller, Deon Hughes, Jessica Randall, Ryan Butz, Kacy Hawkins
10th grade: Tyler Webster, Hunter Eaton, Brooke Beecroft, Ethan Buck, Rylee Birdwell, Cassandra Bartley
9th grade: Marissa Nichols, Ryan Debo, Kyle Price, Bryelle Muilenburg,
Cheese Days Toledo WA says: Picking up the button designs on Friday from the schools...can't wait to see what all the kids came up with!
Toledo Library reports next month's selection:
Open Wednesday until 7 p.m., Thursday & Saturday until 5 p.m.
Path of Hope Al-Anon Family Group meets 7 p.m. Fridays at Toledo Presbyterian Church, 312 Augustus.
Cowlitz Prairie Grange Jam Night 7:00 p.m. second, fourth and fifth Fridays. Performers and supporters welcome. Donation at door. Contact email@example.com or (360)262-3696.
Saturday: Steamboat Alley Promoter Jamie Cummings ordered up this fine weather to finish up the mural project at Steamboat Alley. Bring your ladders and painting gear, ready to rock n’ roll at noon. Details on Facebook. See you there. Don’t forget the sunscreen.
Monday: Toledo City Council meets 6 p.m. at Town Hall. Public invited. Contact Toledo City Hall for special accommodations or cancellations at (360)864-4564.
Common Ground Toledo meets 7 - 9 p.m. April 5 at Rose Cottage Glenngarann. Needed: 1-gallon plant pots to provide a nursery for 220 bare root stock for the downtown planters, garden areas and greenscapes. New members welcome.
Common Ground Toledo...we’re more than just gardens.
Reservations required: Toledo Senior Center Nutrition Lunch Wednesday features classic cheeseburgers with fries, fruit chunks and a brownie ala mode, Friday country fried steak with mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, peaches and wheat bread.
Nutrition Lunches are sponsored in part by Area Agency on Aging. Suggested donation $3 for those 60+ years of age. Contact Diana, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360)864-2112 for details.
A note from the desk of the Toledo Columnist...
As April 1 draws near, I celebrate the one-year anniversary of my return to Life in the wee hours after midnight when my labored breathing failed me.
Recalling my Christmas Day trip to the ER with The Otter, I got myself out of the house five steps at a time, and into the Ford, waiting and willing my searing lungs to respond to earlier third, fourth, fifth breathing treatments.
I was unable to call for help. I could not speak. I was alone. I surrendered.
My struggle evaporated. Peace overcame me. I felt weightless.
And just as suddenly, I was once more on the front seat struggling for each breath, wondering why I was returned to this fight for life, what purpose could be served in being returned to this strife. And I recalled scolding a friend of mine who has breathing issues for driving herself to the ER when her oxygen levels plummet. A thought emerged through the memory: if she could do it, maybe, just maybe, it could be done.
Text To 9-1-1 did not yet exist in Lewis County - still doesn’t - and I have made it my mission to bring this county astride the I-5 corridor between major port cities into this millennium by putting Text To 9-1-1 on the fast track. mil.wa.gov/ Emergency Management Division reports: Wahkiakum County recently (as of October 2016) joined Clark, Thurston, Clallam, Jefferson, Pacific, Snohomish, Kitsap, Grant and Spokane counties as the first counties to offer the Text-to-911 service. Wahkiakum County is using EMedia for their solution and have confirmed the ability to transfer to/from CRESA (in Clark County) and their Oregon partners as well as to Pacific County. (Map link here of OR & WA counties already using text-to-9-1-1 as of August 2016, and coming soon. Notice Lewis County is not highlighted.)
LC Commissioner Stamper graciously listened to my tale after the last Toledo City Council meeting, promised a response, and a voicemail arrived from the local dispatch center within 24 hours, outlining their reasons why they “didn’t want to introduce too much, too fast.”
Every emergency service depends on communications. And it’s especially critical in a disaster.* Since arriving here in 2011, my breathing waned bit by bit. Text & email became my primary means of exchange. Last April my very breath ceased entirely for a period known only to the Divine.
That a Lewis County 9-1-1 operator hung up on my frantic call several months later when an intruder was reported and I fell silent - she declared me uncooperative - only strengthens my sense of purpose.
This Saturday I celebrate Spring, a manifestation of renewed life in this, my new home. I rejoice in newfound friends and supporters and simple conversation. There’s no denying my outlook on What Matters has undergone a paradigm shift. Few get the reprieve I have been bestowed. And I will not squander it.
Time was, April Fools Day was a calculated contest to out-do last year’s prank - I had a collection of increasingly elaborate schemes to my name. Now April 1 marks my Second Chance.
Join me in my campaign to get Text to 9-1-1 in Lewis County - sooner than later.
*Following the Nisqually quake in February 2001, every one of my 30+ workers phoned in as service was restored throughout the Metro Seattle Tacoma area. Ditto September 11 that same year.
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