Elizabeth students win awards, scholarships

Elizabeth Education Foundation honors more than 50 local youths

Chancy J. Gatlin-Anderson
Special to Colorado Community Media
Posted 7/19/21

The Elizabeth Education Foundation (EEF) is pleased to announce the 2021 scholarship winners and STARS award recipients. The STARS awards (Students Taking Accountability and Responsibility Seriously) …

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Elizabeth students win awards, scholarships

Elizabeth Education Foundation honors more than 50 local youths

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The Elizabeth Education Foundation (EEF) is pleased to announce the 2021 scholarship winners and STARS award recipients.

The STARS awards (Students Taking Accountability and Responsibility Seriously) are given to students nominated by their teachers for modeling responsible behavior, making good choices, spending time involved with clubs and organizations in school and the community, and being committed to learning, caring and helping their fellow students and school.

Scholarships for graduating seniors are awarded to students who are passionate about learning and caring for their family, school and community. They are focused on their current and continuing education, have received letters of recommendation, and have completed an essay.

The EEF is a self-funded organization. Income is generated by encouraging neighbors to shop with Amazon Smile, King Soopers loyalty cards, American Furniture Warehouse and Premium Auto-Glass. A portion of the purchases are then given to EEF as the shoppers’ designated charity. In addition, support can be given by purchasing Safeway cards, participating in monthly fundraising events and donating directly to the foundation.

More information on the Elizabeth Education Foundation can be found on the website at elizabethef.org, by emailing ElizabethEducationFoundation@outlook.com or by calling 303-646-6761.

The Elizabeth High School scholarship recipients are Isabella McCarty and Grace Richardson.

Elizabeth High School STARS recipients are Sophie Antinora, Ava Archer, Isabella Arciniaga, Jake Burdick, Breanna Dickman, Luke Franklin, Samantha Guthrie, Oliver Hansen, Jackson Hicks, Samuel Johnson, Isabella McCarty, Olivia O’Neal, Faith Paquette, Jace Perez, Olivia Reiber, Sadie Schmidt, Nevaeh Schmitz, Jamie Sikroski, Zoe Sockriter, Gianna Spangler, Jolie Sprouse, Jacob Stephens, Taylor Swisher, Jessie Thompson and McKenzie Tucker.

Elizabeth Middle School STARS recipients are Taelynn Berglund, Luke Ferland, Charlie Heffernan, Devon Johnson, Ann Jones, Imogene Mott, Katie Owens, Seraphina Perrault, Colten Phillips, Patrick Rock, Zackary Snow and Titan Toupin.

Legacy Academy STARS recipients are Keira Brauer, Kylie Fonte, Riley Fusco, Claire Haselhorst, Katelyn Jobes and Ella Riedel.

Running Creek Elementary School STARS recipients are Molleigh Daggett, Charli Kugler and Tristan McMurrin.

Singing Hills Elementary School STARS recipients are Kennedy Curo, Victoria Howell and Genevieve Khoury.

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