St. Stephen's students named to the first-quarter honor rollNov 16, 2012 From staff reports
St. Stephen's students were recently recognized for their achievements in the first quarter of the school year.
- Shayni Fontenelle, a senior at St. Stephens High School, was presented with a student leadership award at the Third Annual Wyoming Native American Education Conference, held at Central Wyoming College on Thursday, Oct. 18. Fontenelle is the daughter of Cassie Soldierwolf and plans a military career after graduation.
- LaQuan Shakespeare, a freshman at St. Stephen's High School, was presented with a Good Sportsmanship Award by Trevor Wilson, Associate Commissioner for the Wyoming High School Activities Association. Shakespeare was chosen by game officials because of his exemplary conduct and good sportsmanship shown during the St. Stephen's-Farson-Eden football game Sept. 24. Shakespeare is the son of Lonny Shakespeare.
- St. Stephen's Indian High School honored six students for academic excellence and one student for perfect attendance during the school's first quarter. Students named to the A honor roll were seniors Shayni Fontenelle and R.J. Lopez. Students named to the A-B honor roll were junior Faylynn Addison, sophomores K.J. Groesbeck and Jasmin Duran, and freshmen Brylee Shakespeare and Diamond Stanley. Freshman Silas SunRhodes made perfect attendance in the first quarter.
- Nataya and Shilo Bell, siblings who attend St. Stephen's Indian High School, received second place in Native dance competitions at Great Plains Hall in Arapahoe on Sunday, Nov. 11. Nataya Bell competed in the Teen Girls' Traditional Dance and Shilo Bell competed in the Teen Boys' Grass Dance. They each won $200. Nataya and Shilo Bell are the children of Rebecca and Lionel Bell of Arapahoe.