Senior Memories

Grace Mulcahy & Brooke Jenison, Writer

January 17, 2018

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Kaitlyn Lentz: “Seeing the big smile on her face every time Megan let her be in charge of our conditioning during volleyball. –We all dreaded it. During a rough basketball practice, Jaynie was guarding me and kept telling m...

Staff Memories

Cassidy Rood, Editor

January 17, 2018

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Cindy Zander- I don’t have many photos of Jaynie working, doing her OT thing, but it’s a side of her that most didn’t get to see. My students loved her instantly and she loved them all. No problem was too big for her...

6th Grade Memories

Kaitlyn Thompson, Editor

January 17, 2018

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Jay Tschumperlin 6th Grade Memory: She was very fit and she helped with a lot of sports like track, volleyball, and basketball.   Zach Hough 6th Grade Memory: She always helped people and had a smile.   Ava...

11th grade Memories

Kaliya Roberts & Hunter Wahl, Writer

January 17, 2018

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Nicole Mulcahy Memory: The first day of traveling basketball, Jaynie taught me what the word “sprint” meant. That’s the perfect and most fitting first memory of Jaynie.   Kaitlyn Maesse Memory: Jaynie was my...

9th Grade Memories

Allison Peterson & Shelby Berg, Writer

January 16, 2018

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Olivia Sorenson: Jaynie was my volleyball coach and always pushed us to our best ability. She was the best coach I have ever had, and had the best impact on my volleyball career. Jaynie was absolutely the best and no one will ...

8th Grade Memories

Tori Buckhouse, Editor

January 16, 2018

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~Anonymous I was never very good at long jump but Jaynie always encouraged me to try my best and made me feel better and more confident about myself.   ~Emily Schonecker Jaynie, Schaub, Sydney and I drove down to the cites for the State Track Meet. Jaynie made thi...

10th Grade Memories

Kaitlyn Lentz, Writer

January 16, 2018

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Emerson Biewer Grade: 10 Memory: Jaynie always ran stairs with me at the beginning of track season. She didn’t yell when I was getting tired and my legs were like wet noodles, she just looked at me and said, “Lets do...

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