Lindbergh pupils become Glory of Missouri, receive special legislative proclamations
April 13, 2005 - Students from seven schools in the Lindbergh School District recently receiv-ed Glory of Missouri awards from the Missouri Legislature, according to a district news release.
The program, sponsored by state Rep. Jim Avery, honors students who best display one of the 14 virtues engraved in the House of Representative Chambers — knowledge, liberty, equality, law, justice, fraternity, education, progress, honor, truth, virtue, temperance, enterprise and charity.
Students accepted their awards in Jefferson City, where they enjoyed a special lunch and tour of the Capitol. Each student received a proclamation signed by Avery.
According the news release, these students received awards:
Crestwood Elementary School: Veronica Riggs, Abigail Klosterman, Joshua Chio-dini, Rachel Collins, Paul Kurzhals, Taylor Newton, Joanna Weiler, Chadaria Lane, Meghan Shrewsbury, Allison Berndt, Jeremy Jodlowski, Mitchell Roemmich, Sarah Burns, Maryanne Haenni;
Kennerly Elementary School: Thomas Korenak, Claire Lenzen, Erin Vilimek, Jordan Dean, Maddilyn Costa, David Miller, Emily Haskins, Carolyn Mueller, Andrea Purvis, Andrew Wetherington, Grant Krueger, Brandon Graham, Kelly Martin, Katie Lucarz;
Long Elementary School: Jonathan Mosier, Sam Schmid, Ronnie Gillespie, Nicholas Beulick, Maureen Triska, Rachel Nester, Halia Ronquillio, Spencer White, Alyssa Praechter, Daniel Wilkis, Grace Boyne, Hannah Marler, Katherine Yancey, Sarah Meyer;
Sappington Elementary School: Mariano Marin, Katherine Mann, Claude Blue, Carole Wellmann, John Klages, Clare Gutting, Zoran Strbac, Elizabeth Wilke, Clayton Burk, Mary Baraba, Franceska Isufaj, Kayla Jennemann, Sarah Sheahan, Miranda Buettner;
Truman Elementary School: Eliot Court-ois, Andrea Muhlbauer, Nicole Chabloz, Kelly Weiss, Katlyn Christopher, James Manley, Sara Krutewicz, Thomas Drazen, Hannah Schnoring, Courtney Horan, Christine Hazlewood, Dominic Montoia, Krista Parker, Sabrina Deno;
St. Louis Regional Program for Except-ionally Gifted Students, or PEGS; Ariane Rinehart, Peter Kempf;
Sperreng Middle School: Nicholas Han-peter, Jeff Bilyeu, Jane McKibben, Nich-olas Mertens, Angela Deal, Derek Billups, Andrew Lorey, Jennifer Hippe, Miriam Efken, Michael Marino, Jordan Fisher, Rach-ela Reeves, Mei Li, Michael Nydegger;
Lindbergh High School: Pattie Mathieu, Bess Watt, Audrey King, Kathleen Adams, Abbey Schumacher, Melanie Jianakoplos, Candice Robinson, Leah Boersig, Zarlasht Momeni, Nicole Moore, Megan Van Berkel, Stefanie Herrmann, Spencer Ernst, Megan Cook.