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During the month of December we sent a fairly lengthy parent survey home with every Renaissance student. Almost 200 parents responded, and we have now compiled and analyzed the data. There are some areas that made us feel very proud and others that reminded us that there is work to do before we can truly call ourselves a beacon school (a school that serves as a model for other schools to emulate). Please feel free to examine the Renaissance Parent Survey Results . All Renaissance parents should receive the March 2014 Newsletter with further details.
Need to pay some fees? Buy a yearbook? Tickets to the prom? You can now take care of that and more online by visiting: https://touchbase.district6.
Our first newsletter focuses on some of the new things that are happening this year including our new grading system. Click on this link to read: Welcome_to_2013- 2014
Crater Renaissance Academy Arts & Sciences is extremely proud to be one of two Oregon schools honored by Oregon ASCD to receive the 2012- 2013 ASCD Educating the Whole Child for the 21st Century Award. This award is designed to recognize schools that have gone beyond a vision for educating the whole child to actions that result in learners who are knowledgeable, emotionally and physically healthy, civically active, artistically engaged, prepared for economic self-sufficiency, and ready for the world beyond formal schooling.
This award acknowledges those schools that have changed the conversation about education from a focus on narrowly defined academic achievement to one that promotes the development of the whole child: a child who is healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged. Renaissance will continue to seek improvement in all areas in pursuing its mission to serve as a beacon school.
Freshman 4.0 GPA: Jacey Ashley, Ben Bresmeister, Cassandra Darling, Angelica Jones, Isabella Karabinas, Courtney Martin, Annemarie Nordhagen, Ariel Rogers, Jose Ruvalcaba, Alexander Shadle, Johanna Thurman, Shania Walls, Zoe Winchell
Freshman 3.5-3.99 GPA: Carleena Atkin, Ireland Barber, Danielle Bonilla, Cassandra Brown, MacKenzie Cranston, Antonio Garcia, Aundrea Gillespie, Kate Gilworth, Ethan Glynn, Michaela Goddard, Morgan Jaeger, Lucy Katz, Justice Lawrence, Dakota Licea, Nicole Mahr, Mykaila Pagel, Richardo Regalado, Sophia Santana, Zedekiah Thompson, Tatyana Vukcevic, Derrick Young
Sophomore 4.0 GPA: Jenna Arruda, Laurel Caldwell, Corey Comish, Caroline Doss, Justin Huynh, Sierra Johnston, Daniel Kelly, Taylor Martinez, Jordyn Mons, Madison Nelson, Danielle Payne, Garrett Pearson, Anna Wheeler
Sophomore 3.5-3.99: Carly Allen, Brianna Archer, Desiree Caster, Marco Frausto, Jamie McCoy, Marissa Rangel-Woods, Chelsey Schmitt, Shonda Yother
Junior 4.0 GPA: Ashley Champagne, Kristen Coggins, Shaundra Cook, Joely Davis, Erin Eckstrom, Anne Frankowski, Shelby Greb, Jessica Huddleston, Billy King, Austin Rowley, Alexa Scharf, Michael Shaw, Natalie Spurlock, Kaitlyn Sullivan, Abby VanSteenberghe, Shalene West, Joseph Worley, Stacey Zavala
Junior 3.5-3.99 GPA: Sydney Barber, Avery Bean, Madison Heuertz, Laci-Mae James, Breanna Lucero, Thomas Mullaney, Jehla Neal, Jessica Nordhagen, Donovan Pickle, Lisa Preston, Madison Reames, Raquel Reynolds, Erin Sealy, Nate Tegtman, Gracie Tostenson, Heather Walruff, Grace White, Melora Williams
Senior 4.0 GPA: Renee Coffman, Lindzy Colbert, KaitLyn Culbertson, Marielle Durand, Lauren Foster, Stephanie Gill, Celeste Gutierrez, Natasha McCracken, Renae McElravy, Gage Reddington, Chelsea Vogt, Mathew Young
Senior 3.5-3.99 GPA: Reyanna Blank, Kaylee Bowen, Anthony Corona, Reba Gilworth , Matyson Harlow, Kaylee Prislac, Kierstyn Smith, Kaylee Walker, Kayla Yother