EADS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION CEREMONY
Saturday, May 25, 2013
2:00 PM at the Eads High School Gymnasium
Congratulations to the Class of 2013!!!
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WHAT'S UP WITH OUR ALUMNI??
(To access past stories go to the COMMUNITY link and then ALUMNI)
Jennifer (James) Sawyer (2001) is on a roll with her law career as she has just been promoted to Felony Prosecutor for the Dallas (TX) District Attorney's Office. (Feb. 2013)
Jennifer (James) Sawyer (2001) was named Misdemeanor Prosecutor of the Year by the Dallas (TX) District Attorney's Office.
Matt Seay (2007) graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 3.98 GPA from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) and is now a Fiscal Analyst for Lockheed Martin. He was recently higlighted in the Colo. Springs Gazette for giving back to the scholarship program that originally allowed him to go to college. See his story here: http://www.gazette.com/articles/scholarships-134799-uccs-seay.html.
Richard Beeson (1985) joined the Mitt Romney campaign in early 2011 as Romney's national political director. Beeson was instrumental in the dramatic Romney win in Iowa last week. Read about his brilliant campaign performance here: http://www.coloradopeakpolitics.com/tag/Rich%20Beeson Update 10/29/12: Beeson will be the guest of Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday at 4:00 PM MST on Sunday, November 4, 2012.
Adam Saffer (2006) completed his first semester of a PhD program at the University of Oklahoma where he is studying Social Media & Political Science.
Dain Barnett (2005) was accepted into Law School at Michigan State University in Lansing, MI. Barnett successfully completed his first semester this fall in the three-year professional program.
Drew Koch (2008) was accepted in to the Veterinarian School at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Koch was one of only 120 our of 1,400 candidates who were accepted into the prestigious program.
Erika Rice (2003) completed the St. Jude's Memphis Marathon on December 3rd running the 26-mile route in under 5 hours. (update): Rice completed her second marathon at the Mississippi Blues Marathon in Jackson, Mississippi on January 7, 2012.
Kevin Lindholm (2008) was named the RMAC Defensive Player of the Week in the final season football game playing for Chadron State College (Div. II). In addition, the junior defensive linebacker was one of two CSC Eagles named to the RMAC All-Conference First Team. http://www.csc.edu/modules/news/public_news/view/9656
Gary Kelley (1962) was honored during a Sept. 15th retirement party in New York City for his 30 years of service to the Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Foundation. Kelley began this prestigious foundation in 1972 and has served in numerous high-level positions throughout his years of service. Kelley lives in Long Branch, NJ and will continue to do geneaology research for the foundation.
Milly Spady (2007) is a staff writer for the CSU-Pueblo newspaper. Here are her latest published articles:
A.J. McCracken (2005) and Ciara Lyon (2010) were married in Eads during an August 13th ceremony. The couple lives and works in Eads.
Chevaun Glover (2008)
- Married Josh Hammer on July 30th, 2011 in a ceremony in Eads. Glover will be a senior at CSU-Pueblo majoring in Biology.
Doug Weirich (2009) - Just finished his year-long tenure as the FFA Colorado State Sentinel. Weirich gave his retirement speech to the huge crowd in June at the state FFA convention. His speech was considered the best at the convention. http://www.lamarledger.com/lamar-sports/ci_18264910?source=email
Charlotte Miller Clyne (2008) - Is currently spending three months in a West Bengali slum in India located in the northern foothills of the Himalayan Mountains. Charlotte is working with the Mercy Ministry of Kalimpong's Youth Mission.
MIDDLE SCHOOL PRIDE - A collection of writings by present and former Eads Middle School students collected by Mrs. Bohlander:
TO BE AN EAGLE
It's a privilege to be able to call yourself an Eads Eagle. You have to make some sacrifices, but all the sprints in practice pay off on Friday night when you slip on that purple and gold. The people on the other bleachers don't get to wear it. They don't get to stand up and half-shout, half-scream, "We're a bunch of Eagles!" To be an Eagle is to have pride for your school, your colors, and your teammates.