Ogilvie High School is proud to announce our second quarter recipients of the Student of the Quarter.  

Eighth grader Hailey Smith is the daughter of David and Sharene Smith. Her parents have passed away, and she lives with her aunt, Kelly Dahlberg and Kelly’s fiance, Adam Dooley. Hailey is a band member and loves art, drawing and watching anime. Her favorite class is science because she finds it interesting. She is considering becoming a tattoo artist or going to school for cosmetology after graduation. Hailey’s teachers really appreciate her perseverance. 

Sophomore Bryce Beier is the son of Ryan and Mandi Beier. He is heavily involved in sports, including football, basketball and baseball. Bryce also volunteers at the Ogilvie Food Shelf, and his hobbies include hunting, reading and sports.  His favorite class is Spanish because it is fun to learn a different language, and it is a good challenge. After graduation, Bryce plans to go to college to receive training for a job he will enjoy.

Junior Michaela Hagen is the daughter of Hudson Omweri and Candace Matundura. She works at McDonald’s, and her hobbies include hanging out with friends, sleeping, painting and drawing. Michaela’s favorite class is English because she can write freely and learn other types of writing.  She is considering studying family psychology at Anoka Ramsey after finishing her generals. Then, she would like to attend St. Cloud to further her psychology studies.  

Congratulations to these students and a huge thank you to SPIRE Credit Union for sponsoring our Student of the Quarter program.

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