Streamwood High School

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Streamwood High School


News of the year

- Senior Joseph Burnham was the only graduating student to join the military. He enlisted in the Marine Corps.

- Stanley Nunoo and Amy Kedzior were awarded the Sabre Honor Medal, the most prestigious award bestowed by Streamwood High School. The students were nominated by their classmates and finalists were confirmed by a faculty vote.

- Principal Dr. Tom Donausky was promoted to executive director for secondary education for Elgin Area Unit School District U-46.

- The Sabrettes Poms took their first state championship in the AAA category at the Illinois Drill Team Association State Competition on March 12.

- The softball field was finally constructed, offering what coach Jay Bartholomew said were "the nicest dugouts, the nicest press box, fences going down both sidelines and they gave us a nice new outfield breakaway fence."

- Chemistry and physical science teacher Greg Reiva was awarded a $10,000 grant by Toshiba to include the study of hydrogen fuel cell technology in the school curriculum

- Jenny Kunavich won the shot put competition at the Upstate Eight Conference with a 39-foot put and took second after breaking her own school record with a discus throw of 122 feet and 8 inches.

Athletic achievements

Team

- The Sabrettes Poms took their first state championship in the AAA category at the Illinois Drill Team Association State Competition on March 12.

- United States Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence Award: Robert Hudson, Jennifer Kunavich

Individual

- 2005 Boys Basketball Slam Dunk State Qualifier: Stanley Nunoo

- 2005 Girls Cross Country State Qualifiers: Paulina Garcia placed and Nancy Nieto

- 2005 Wrestling State Qualifier: Bobby Hudson

- Athletic Booster scholarship: Stanley Nunoo, Amy Kedzior

Academic achievements

Individual

- Perfect Attendance: Hatim Karimi and Eri Tsukida never missed one of the 712 days of their high school careers

- Most Improved Students: Apolonia Bibriescas, Atif Khan

- Health Occupations Students of America scholarship: Samantha Gagni, Trisha Gutierrez

- Multicultural Council scholarships: Tiffany Fanning, Rachel Pangilinan, Parul Patel

- National Honor Society scholarships: Tiffany Fanning, Pratik Pandya, Lisa Wong

- Village of Streamwood Annual Scholarship: Christopher Kassl, Danielle Ryan

- Illinois State Scholars: Joshua Ballantine, Danielle Bartell, Robert Bennett, Samantha Blaesing, Kristine Breganio, Robert Carson, Brandon Chong, Valerie Colletti, John Cussen, Carolyn DeSimone, Samantha Dwyer, Erin Economos, Corey Elton, Samantha Gagni, Andrenne Grimes, Trisha Gutierrez, Gloria Hurtado, Shirley Jiang, Christopher Kassl, Ellena Kim, Conrad Kozuch, Kyle Luft, Kristine Magsombol, James Mak, Jeffrey Milne, Paul Mueller, Kelly Niemaszyk, Abigail Ortleib, Dennis Padua, Caleb Pahl, Pratik Pandya, Rachel Pangilinan, Katrina Robisch, Danielle Ryan, Kathryn Sanborn, Brenden Shnay, Audra Studebaker, Thuvi Tran, Eri Tsukida, Catherine Wallace, Lisa Wong

- Prairie State Achievement Awards: Ashley Andrews, Danielle Bartlett, Robert Bennett, Samantha Blaesing, Kristine Breganio, Robert Carson, Christy Chang, Brandon Chong, Valerie Colletti, John Cussen, Kyle DePasquale, Carolyn Desimone, Katherine Dubois, Adam Dunning, Samantha Dwyer, Erin Economos, Misty Frank, Jannelle T. Giggey, Marlina Gomez, Jeffrey Grant, Adienne Grimes, Kristen Groves, Heather Hall, Courtney Hamill, Sarah Hamparian, Gloria Hurtado, Thomas Hunter, Shirley Jiang, Scott Johnson, Christopher Kassl, Ellena Kim, Conrad Kozuch, Samuel Kruel, Brian Lattimore, Kyle Luft, Kristine Magsombol, James Mak, Jeffrey Milne, Paul Mueller, Cindy Munoz, Joseph Nehnevaj, Kelly Niemaszyk, Carl Noel, Stanley Nunoo, Abigail Ortlieb, Dennis Padua, Caleb Pahl, Cassandra Palumbo, Rachel Pangilinan, Christine Pemberton, Katrina Robisch, Karolina Rozek, Danielle Ryan, Kathryn Sanborn, Justin Sherwood, Brendan Shnay, Emily Sumpter, Thuvi Tran, Eri Tsukida, Catherine Wallace, Eric Warren, Lisa Wong, Jiehyun Yoon, Brian Younglove

The arts

- Art Purchase Award, Streamwood High School: Ceramics, Carolyne DeSimone; Photography, Jeanette Sostenes; Painting, Anthony Gargano; Drawing, Jennifer Panek

- Art Purchase Award, Village of Streamwood: Ceramics, Carolyne DeSimone; Photography, Daniel Acevedo; Drawing, Jennifer Panek; Painting, Eri Tsukida

- Burger King Scholars Program scholarship: Stanley Nunoo

- Canton Middle School scholarship: Ellena Kim

- Club Guadalupano scholarship: Maria Gomez, Mayra Gomez

- Elgin Area Unit School District U-46 Secretarial Association scholarship: Kyle DePasquale

- Dr. …

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