Sevastopol High School has named four valedictorians for this academic year, all of whom have earned a 4.0 grade point average.
“It is my honor to recognize these students who not only reflect the values that we hope for in all students at our school, but through their hard work and dedication to their courses have shown the importance they place on their education and future aspirations,” said Principal Adam Baier.
Jenna Engeldinger is the daughter of Kathleen Engeldinger-Kerwin, the late Pete Engeldinger, and Peter Kerwin. She has participated in Student Council, Students Against Destructive Decisions, Multicultural Club, volleyball and many planning committees. Engeldinger will attend Iowa State University to major in interior design.
Kylie Newton is the daughter of Gina and Tim Newton. She has participated in cross-country, track and field, volleyball, forensics, band, choir, show choir, the peer-mentor and Project 180 programs, and mission work with her church. She plans to attend UW-Stevens Point to double-major in Spanish and English language arts, with an emphasis on teaching both.
Noah Tomaszewski is the son of Heidi and Dan Tomaszewski. He has participated in track, cross-country and Sevastopol’s peer-mentor program all four years. He’s also coached and assisted with the St. John Bosco basketball program. He plans to attend UW-Steven Point to earn a degree in forestry.
McKenzie Wiesner is the daughter of Jennifer and Paul Wiesner. She has participated in cross-country, basketball, soccer, forensics, Project 180, math team and the peer-mentor program. Wiesner is considering several colleges, with the intention to study environmental science or historical studies.