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Archives for May 2014

Photo of the Week

Seniors Ben Atkins, Maria Belding, and Levi Azinger review their teacher written notes at graduation rehearsal. Graduation is at the Central College Kuyper Field House Friday, May 23 at 7:30 P.M.

Photo of the Week

Seniors enjoy their last school lunch at Caldwell Park for senior picnic. Their last day of school was May 16, and graduation is May 23.


Twenty-one students were named as Thespians last night and will be inducted by speech directors Suzanne Jones and Ashlee Whittington after school today. In addition, eight  students were named Honor Thespians, three were named National Honor Thespians, and two were named International Honor Thespians. Students who were named where as follows: Thespians: freshmen Nathan Boldt, Marlen

Seniors Now and Then

1995-1996…the time frame in which most seniors were brought into this world. 2010…the year Pella High’s current senior class set foot into this “massive” building with tentative feelings towards all the “scary” upperclassmen. And now, here we are…2014. You have survived all the ups and downs that high school brings to the table, and now

Pella’s Got Talent

(Rachel Mueller performs at Pella’s Got Tallent) (Photo Credit to Sarah Peterson) Freshman Ridge Mc Ginley, lyrical dance, claimed the top prize in the weekend’s Pella’s Got Talent held at the Opera House. Freshman Bellara Huang was second. Spanish teacher Kayla Weis and senior Rachel Mueller were finalists.

Boys and Girls Track Results

The Lady Dutch won its fifth consecutive Little Hawkeye Conference crown May 5 while the Little Dutch claimed its third in a row at the same meet.   Girls’ first place finishers included: Mackenzie Gustafson, 400-meter dash; Klaire Wisnewski, Megan Kooker, Kiki Pingel, Makenna Bogaard, 4 x 200-meter relay; Kooker, Bogaard, Larissa Downs, Gustafson, 4

Linn wins Golden Apple

(Math teacher Dennis Linn accepting his award) A surprise assembly was held last period to recognize math teacher Dennis Linn, who received The Golden Apple from Allied Insurance and WHO TV. Linn was honored after letters were received in his support from several students. Linn, who spoke briefly, said a little piece of the award