Students, staff recognized at the April 9 board meeting

Each month during the school year, the Pattonville Board of Education honors students, staff and volunteers who have gained recognition outside of the district or who’ve made a special contribution to Pattonville. Learn more about students and staff who were recognized this month.

Willow Brook Elementary School

Art exhibit

Willow Brook Elementary School fifth grader Jacobi West had his artwork selected by Sen. Tracy McCreery to represent District 24 and be displayed in the Senate exhibit gallery between April 2024 and March 2025. West and his family attended an awards ceremony on April 3 at the Missouri State Capitol. He is taught by Willow Brook art teacher Dawn Lynn.

 

Pattonville High School

Artists’ Guild

Students from Pattonville High School had their artwork selected for the Young Artists’ Showcase which was on display at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild from March 1 to March 30. The Young Artists’ Showcase is a juried, all-media exhibition of artwork created by high school students. Students who had artwork selected for display were: AP Art and Design students Macy Bunton and Maggie Haselbauer and Ceramics 2 student Lizzy Zacheis. AP art students are taught by Beth Kathriner and ceramics is taught by Scott Fader.

An art student is shown posing during a recognition program.

Macy Bunton had artwork selected for the Young Artists’ Showcase.

WWT forum

Students from Pattonville High School’s Computer Science Capstone class participated in World Wide Technology's (WWT) annual STEM Student Forum on March 9. During the forum, high school teams create solutions to address their school's unique needs. Each team works directly with a WWT mentor to develop a solution during six weeks. At the end of the program, each team presents its final solutions to a panel of WWT leaders. Students from Pattonville developed the idea for a program called Anchor, which functions as an AI academic advisor that assists students in selecting classes that are beneficial during their high school years and college. Their project won first place and a $10,000 prize. Members of the team were: Isaac Blassingame, Abdukodir Djuraev, Sai Dorasani, Fred Kadima, Allyson Maue, Gregory Oliver, Bryce Reynolds, Tyren Thompson, Faisal Yousif and Zachary Zarosa. These students were sponsored by computer science teacher Stephanie Carson.

Members of the computer science class who participated in the WWT Forum are show.

Those who participated in the World Wide Technology STEM Student Forum include, from left, front row, Gregory Oliver, teacher Stephanie Carson and Sai Dorasani and, second row, Bryce Reynolds and Fred Kadima.

DECA honors

DECA students competed at the district competition and many qualified for the state competition. Students who competed at districts and advanced to the state competition were Krishaben Avaiya, Patrick Clifford, Sai Dorasani, Nmesomachukwu Ezeokafor, Courtney Fox, Natalie Hernandez, Natalee Hunter, Tanjim Kazi, Yishan Lan, Chance Langley, Michael McComb, Isaac Muller, Mackenzie Newell, Paul Pakdaman, Antania Pratt, Nicholas Rice, Tanvir Talukder and Amauri Thornton. Additional students who competed at the district competition were Jamyra Blair, Malachi Jackson, Charlotte Lohman and Sarah Valladares. In addition, Langley, Lohman and Talukder competed in the Adzou Challenge on Dec. 5 and won the Best Team Creative Concept Award. These students are sponsored by business and career teacher Raghib Muhammad.

Members of the DECA team pose for a photo.

Members of the DECA team include, from left, first row, Sarah Valladares and Sai Dorasani; second row, Courtney Fox, Paul Pakdaman and Yishan Lan; third row, Chance Langley, Natalie Hernandez and Natalee Hunter; and, back row, Nicholas Rice and sponsor Dr. Raghib Muhammad.

Boys basketball honors

Boys basketball students earned individual honors this season. Evan Longmeyer was named all-district and all-conference first team. Danny Winston III was named all-conference second team. Al-Amin Anderson-El and Rashad Smith were named all-conference honorable mention. Nicholas Rice was selected to receive the sportsmanship award. The boys basketball team was coached by Kelly Thames with the assistance of Kent Booth, Antonio Bryant, Travis Harris and Caleb Stroop.

Three boys basketball players are shown

Members of the boys basketball team include, from left, Rashad Smith, Evan Longmeyer and Nicholas Rice.

Girls basketball honors

Girls basketball students earned individual honors this season. Hannah Fenton was named all-conference first team. Brooke Boyce was named all-conference second team. Kodie Gordon was named all-conference honorable mention. Antania Pratt received the sportsmanship award. The girls basketball team was coached by Don Boyce with the assistance of Corey Lewis.

Swim and dive honors

The girls swimming and diving team competed at the state championships both on relay teams and individually. Jenna Ridings received a medal at state for placing fourth in the 100 yard butterfly and sixth in the 200 yard freestyle, setting a new school record in both events. She was also named all-state and all-conference first team. Emma Eiswirth placed 10th in the 100 yard breaststroke and 14th in the 200 yard individual medley and broke school records in both events. She was also named all-state honorable mention and all-conference first team. In addition, relay teams also placed at state. The 200 yard freestyle relay team consisting of Christina Bae, Tehya Cox Potter, Eiswirth and Ridings finished 17 and set a new school record. Members of the 200 yard medley relay team that finished 17 were Bae, Eiswirth, Ridings and Emma Whitley. Finally, the 400 yard freestyle relay team finished 24 and was made up of swimmers Bae, Cox Potter, Mackenzie Newell and Whitley. Ella Tinnon also qualified for the state championship team. Tiyah McCoy qualified for the district competition in one meter diving and was named all-conference second team. The girls swim and dive team was coached by Anna Braswell with the assistance of Ashley Haar and Madeline Marren.

Five members of the girls swim and dive team pose for a picture

Members of the girls swim and dive team include, from left, front row, Emma Eiswirth and Jenna Ridings and, back row, Tiyah McCoy, Emma Whitley and Tehya Cox Potter.

Boys wrestling honors

Boys wrestling students earned individual honors this season. Stephon Brown qualified for the state championship and was named all-conference first team. Mekhi Brown was named all-conference first team. Jace Prabhu was named all-conference second team. Jon-Michael Brown II, Ethan Doerrer and Damian Rodriguez were named all-conference honorable mention. Drew Killian was selected to receive the all-conference sportsmanship award. The boys wrestling team was coached by Brent Mueller with the assistance of Jon-Michael Brown and Jake Kim.

Three boys wrestling team members pose for a picture.

Members of the boys wrestling team include, from left, Damian Rodriguez, Drew Killian and Jace Prabhu.

Girls wrestling conference champions

The girls wrestling team was named conference champions. Wrestlers also earned individual honors. Makayla Gordon qualified for the state championship. Additionally, Gordon, Natalie Henning, Aleeya Thompson and Kalie Vogel were named all-conference first team. Lia Bowman and Sophia Luraschi were named all-conference second team. Jordane Hale and Bailey Leedle were named all-conference honorable mention. Belle Bradshaw was selected to receive the all-conference sportsmanship award. Additional members of the conference championship team were Israela Agnram, Krysta Azurdia and Samantha Mokwa. The girls wrestling team was coached by Paige Mueller with the assistance of Danelle Emerick.

Members of the girls wrestling team pose for a photo.

Members of the girls wrestling conference championship team include, from left, from row Aleeya Thompson and Lia Bowman and, back row, Belle Bradshaw and Makayla Gordon.

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