2020-2021 Student Council Representatives: Jose Arguelles Santos, Colton Ashe, Brooke Ashe, Margaret Babetz, Marissa Bauer, Danae Benton, Anthony Bustamante, Melissa Baxter, Abigail Cox ,Amanda Cox, Anna Cuttino, Zion Duckett, Tennille Barham, Ella Duffy, Kenley Emerson, Kaytlyn Epps, Lydia Fernandez-Rubio, Cristopher Figueroa, William Frichtl, Zach Frichtl, Angel Gomez, Linda Haskell, Chantal Haskell, Jahiah Hentz, Duy Le, Brooklyn Logan, Autumn Long, Elizabeth Markwell, Audrey McClain, Isabella Medina, Alexia Micke, Chase Mikhail, Haley Moody, Eden Posner, Cameron Roberts, Maddox Roof, Ariana Sanchez-Islas, Madison Shamis, Morgan Siglin, Emerson Whitmire, Abigail Williams, Szaimon Wooten
Congratulations to Mrs. Plumier and Sevier’s Robotics VRC and IQ teams for their performance at Saturday’s state level tournament. Our VRC team League of Villains won the Judges Award. The VRC team Akanda and Friends won the Excellence Award, the highest ranked award which qualifies them for the Worlds VRC Tournament. Sevier had 7 VEX IQ teams bring home 11 awards. The IQ team Target Practice were the Teamwork Champions and won the highest ranked Excellence Award. Rubber Screaming Chickens and the Nomads won the 2nd Place Teamwork Awards, and the Challengers won the Amaze Award. These four teams qualified for the Worlds VEX IQ Tournament. We want to commend Mrs. Plumier and our Robotics teams and families for their hard work and dedication to our robotics program.
Falcons on the WHHS Cross Country Team
Congratulations to Elizabeth Markwell. She finished 5th representing the girls Varsity WHHS Cross Country Team with a time of 19:25 at the Lake Murray Cross Country invitational on Saturday, September 19, 2020. The top 15 runners were medaled. Anna Parker Cuttino (7th grade) finished 1st out of the WHHS JV girls Cross Country team with a time of 22:25, and she would have finished 6th on the Varsity team with that time.
Congratulations to our Falcons on the Lady Generals Cross Country team. The Generals finished 6th in the even ranked team race and qualified for the state meet for the 25th consecutive year. Elizabeth Markwell finished 7th overall. Anna Parker Cuttino finished 5th on the team. Riley Mauro ran a strong 7th for the team.
2020 Lady Falcons Volleyball Team
Congratulations to Mrs. Christine Plumier! She will represent Sevier as our 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Plumier is our Robotics Team Coach and teaches Gateway to Technology Courses in Introduction to Engineering Design Honors, Design & Modeling, Automation & Robotics, and Green Architecture.
We would like to congratulate Mrs. Angela Blakely, voted by her peers as Sevier’s 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Blakely is our FBLA teacher sponsor and teaches Yearbook, Google Basics, Multi-Media Basics, Fundamentals of Computing and Computer Technology. We are currently celebrating Mrs. Christine Plumier as our 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year.
Our student group the #SevierSquad hosted a Spirit Week to raise money for the GAIHN charity. Various activities and fundraising events were scheduled during the week-long event. The week was a success with $3,320 raised.
Our 7th Grade Beta Club collected new, unwrapped toys to support the US Marine Corps Reserves’ Toys for Tots program. 200 Toys were donated by our Sevier families.
Our Media Center collected 59 stuffed animals for Cuddles for Kids to give to children in the hospital.
Our Youth in Government delegation had a wonderful time in Columbia at the Model Legislature & Court Conference. Congratulations to all our students that represented Sevier! Taylor Driscoll, Cali Mahan, & Ariel Parham received the Outstanding Bill Award. Linda Haskell earned the Rising Star Award. Carmen Black's bill was voted through by both houses before being vetoed by the Youth Governor. Grayson Cuttino & Soheila Feliciano's bill was voted through both houses and was signed by the Youth Governor.
Congratulations to our 8th grade PSAT Junior Scholars: Andrew Bellino, Chandra Cantrell, Oliver Cleveland, Logan Clough, Patricia Manley, Brittney Nguyen, Anna Phan, Caleb Rhoades, Andrew Sharp, Jacob Spadavecchia.
Congratulations to our 7th Grade Innovation Station (Shark Tank) winners: The Cup-Slide: Emely Tepil Cabrera, Merlin Mejia Zuniga and Juanita Arboleda; The Wheel Socket: Giovanni Leyva, Shamareona Fuller and Mikari Bonner; The Toothpasteanator: Andrew Dick, Nathaniel Tyler and Reid Bryant; The Mini-Micro Battery Pack: Austin Nuernberg and Zach Shetler.
Congratulations to our Geography Bee winners: 1st Place - Jayden Lewis (6th Grade), 2nd Place - Rylan Pulliam (6th Grade), and 3rd Place - Ceily Green (7th Grade)
Congratulations to Amara Listar, our winner of the Winter Holiday Art Contest, hosted by our student newsletter staff.