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WALSH SCHOOL DISTRICT
P O Box 68
Walsh, CO  81090

Phone:  (719) 324-5632
Fax:  (719) 324-5426


Stephanie Hund
Superintendent 
Elementary School Principal
s.hund@walsheagles.com

Ryan Renquist
High School Principal
r.renquist@walsheagles.com


WALSH HIGH SCHOOL
P O Box 68
301 N California
Walsh, CO  81090
ph  (719) 324-5221
fax (719) 324-5734

Linette Crawford, Academic Advisor
l.crawford@walsheagles.com

Alissa Renquist, Athletic Director
a.renquist@walsheagles.com



WALSH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
P O Box 68
301 W. Poplar
Walsh, CO  81090
ph  (719) 324-5400
fax (719) 324-5426


BUS BARN
(719)324-5681

Ronny Tate, Supervisor
r.tate@walsheagles.com








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WSD NEWS & EVENTS















Brenden Hodges has been selected to receive American Implement's Ag. Tech. scholarship to become a certified John Deere service technician. Upon completion of his two-year program at Garden City Community College, Brenden will receive an Associates Degree and guaranteed career with American Implement.  This is a full-ride scholarship award which covers tuition, fees, room and board, and a $17,000 tool package.  

On behalf of the staff and students at Walsh School District, Congratulations, Brenden!




The Colorado FFA Foundation has selected Chelsea Brisendine to participate in the Heifer Wrangle program.  Chelsea has been awarded a $2,000 grant to purchase a heifer and will exhibit her heifer at the Baca County Fair, Colorado State Fair and will participate in the Heifer Wrangle  activities/competition with other recipients in Colorado. 

On behalf of the staff and students at Walsh High School, congratulations, Chelsea!!



Congratulations to Jensen Renquist for being named to the 2019 Girls All Border War Team!  The 2019 Girls All Border Team - Rylie Cook, Stanton County; Chevelle Ralston, Elkhart; Jensen Renquist, Walsh; Margo Stum, Syracuse; Katie Roesch, McClave.  The 2019 Boys All Border Team - Damien Barnes, Eads; Clayton Cole, Elkhart; Gio Callejas, Stanton County; Luke Finlay, Syracuse; Damian Ramirez, Syracuse.




Walsh High School Service & Leadership Team and FOR Club sponsored a food drive challenge to benefit our community. 

Congratulations to our 7th grade class for bringing the most food items, followed by our 11th grade class who placed second.

To all staff and students who participated, a BIG thank you! 

7th grade class:  Emily Hume, Maribel Carrillo, Susana Pantoja, Melissa Rangel, Kody Tate, Trace Brisendine, & Conner McDonald.  
Not pictured:  Jamie Hume

Congratulations to Brenden Hodges and Coy McDonald for being named to the 2019 Southern All Conference football team.  We are proud of you!

Congratulations to Mykenzie Penick and Brooke McDonald for being named to the 2019 Arkansas Valley All Conference 2nd Volleyball Team.
                                




Senior Rylan McCall has been selected as a recipient of the Colorado Farm Show's 2020 Carl Luther Memorial  Scholarship.  This $2,000 award recognizes Rylan as a distinguished, well-rounded student that strives to do his best and is passionate about agriculture.  Rylan will be recognized during the Colorado Farm Show scholarship banquet on January 29, 2020, in Greeley Colorado.

On behalf of the staff and students at Walsh High School, Congratulations, Rylan!

Linette Crawford
Academic Advisor
Walsh High School

Congratulations to senior Dylan Renquist on his acceptance to Regis University!  Dylan has been awarded a $76,000 scholarship for this top rated nursing program. His end goal is a graduate degree to become a Nurse Practitioner.

Way to go, Dylan!!!

Linette Crawford
Academic Advisor
Walsh High School


Dylan Renquist has been selected as the Colorado State winner of the Heisman High School Scholarship.  This scholarship is made possible through the Heisman Trophy Trust  to recognize and honor outstanding achievement in academics, athletics, and community service.  

Over the past 25 years, the program has honored more than 600,000 of the nation's most esteemed high school seniors and provided hundreds of thousands of dollars in college scholarships.

The Heisman High School Scholarship program honors the nation's most accomplished, community-minded high school senior athletes.  By inviting students from schools across the country to share their stories of leadership and impact, the program aims to inspire all students to harness their potential, push their limits, and use their talents not only to advance their own futures, but to improve the communities and world around them.

Dylan has advanced on to the national finalist round, in which one male and one female student will be selected from each of six geographic regions from across the country.  The twelve national finalists will be announced on November 18th, and the two national winners will be announced on December 4th. 

The Heisman High School Scholarship extends the Heisman prestige to our nation’s most esteemed high school seniors by recognizing and rewarding outstanding scholar-athletes who understand that the most important victories not only happen on the field, but in their schools and communities. On behalf of the staff and students at Walsh High School, congratulations, Dylan!

Linette Crawford
Academic Advisor


Phi Theta Kappa is an international scholastic honor society to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students.  To be eligible, students must have a 3.5 grade point average after completing 12 or more credit hours of college-level work, be currently enrolled, and pursuing an AA, AS, AAS, or AGS degree.


Congratulations to Austin Cook and Dylan Renquist for being inducted in to Lamar Community College's PTK chapter!
       
                                                                                                                       
On 10-31-19, the Walsh High School F.O.R. Club sponsored a costume contest, treasure hunt, and other fun activities to promote friendship and unity.
Junior High costume contest winners:  1st - Emily Hume, 2nd - Jamie Hume, 3rd - Keely Smith
High School costume contest winners:  1st:  Chelsea Brisendine, 2nd/3rd tie:  Rochelle Casey & Jensen Renquist

The Walsh High School Service & Leadership Team met on Friday, October 25th, to help Dr. Bob Morrow with painting the shed south of the Gem theater.  
Next, we came to the high school and painted inspirational mini-murals on classroom doors.  We will be continuing this project in December.

It was fun to get together with other kids and add some style to our school!

-Saul Carrillo, SLT Reporter


 







The eighth grade students, along with Mr. Don Mundell, completed their project of making and installing new seats for the Walsh Elementary School teeter-totters.




Senior Dylan Renquist is our newest inductee into the Walsh High School Academic Hall of Fame.  To be eligible for this honor, a student must score a minimum of 1350 or its equivalent on the SAT, which is in the 92nd percentile of students in the nation.

Walsh High School's Academic Hall of Fame members date back to 1971.  Our most recent inductees are:  Cody Alton (2012), Jordan Brink (2014), Nathan George (2016), Chelsea Alton (2018), and Victoria Dunivan (2018).

On behalf of everyone here at Walsh High School, Congratulations, Dylan!!

Linette Crawford
Academic Advisor







WHS Service & Leadership had their first work day of the school year on September 6, 2019 helping Cook Oil Company with organizing their warehouse and dusting product/shelves in the store.













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