Among the students making the scholastic honor roll for the spring term at Oregon State University were Marne R. Elmore of Bellevue (3.5 or better, senior, applied visual arts); Katie Hayes of Hailey (3.5 or better, senior, animal sciences; and Lauren S. Morgenthaler of Hailey (3.5 or better, junior, sociology).
Amber Renee Dunford of Hailey received a degree in sports medicine/health science from Norwich University in Northfield, Vt., during the private military college's May 16 commencement ceremony.
The University of Idaho has announced the 2,308 students making the dean's list for spring semester. Wood River Valley students are:
From Bellevue: Hillary Lee Elmore (College of Letters, arts and social sciences).
From Fairfield: Breeze Kyra Potter and Paige Holly Davies (College of Letters, arts and social sciences).
From Hailey: Blair Rabjohn Van Pelt (College of Agricultural and Life Sciences); Jesse Shane White (College of Art and Architecture); Megan Elizabeth Hayes (College of Business and Economics); Katie Pruett and Ryan McLeay McDonald (College of Education); Kylie Dawn Anderson and Lucas Marsh King (College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences); Nicholas Bemco Turco (College of Natural Resources); and Christopher Robert Coupe (College of Science).
From Ketchum: Anja K. Sundali and Freya Bass (College of Agricultural and Life Sciences); Corey Q. Bellinger (College of Engineering); Aimee Nell Loudenslager and Gretchen Elizabeth Heath (College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences).
Incoming Carey High School senior Blair Peck has been selected to represent Start Strong Idaho as a Teen InterACTivist. Peck is one of 26 high school students selected from southwest Idaho. Teen InterACTivists works with 11- to 14-year-olds to promote healthy teen relationships. The group conducts awareness and education events in communities and in local middle or junior high schools.