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School Valedictorian
Tillamook High encoura
ges others to grow
Maeleah Upton

in “The Kids Making Miracles
Foundation” at Doernbecher
the seChildren’s Hospital as
nior chair, Black Box Theatre
and
musicals, the chamber
THS
concert choir program,
women’s soccer as a threeyear varsity captain, THS
Charity Drive class chairman,
Key Club president, National
Stangeland Family Academy
and all-state choir member,
presithree-year class of 2020
counthem.”
School
of
dent, Outdoor
host
selor, AFS student liaison,
TilAs the Valedictorian of is
family, study abroad student,
lamook High School, Upton
OCFC soccer club participant,
GPA.
graduating with a 4.449
and was a member of Til- to
lamook School of Dance,
During her time at Tillawas name a few.
mook High School, Upton

Maeleah Upton feels that
been
her graduating class has
resilient through the years.
“My hope for my fellow
do
graduates is that…they
they
not limit themselves as
pursue their careers, colschool
lege, educations, trade
experiences, and beyond,”very
all
Upton said. “They are
I am
and
deserving of the best
one
so proud of each and every

from
“My favorite memories
my high school experience
when
would definitely include of our
my soccer team won one Seafirst league games against
other
side,” Upton said. “The
when
most relevant would be
our class won Charity Drive
of
my sophomore year. Both
from
efforts
these were group
which
my team and my class
more
made the win feel even
and
worthwhile as it was for
me.”
with the people around
to atNext year, Upton plans
Northin
College
tend St. Olaf
she
field, Minnesota. There, in
will be doubling majoring
music education and psychol-

will
ogy in the hopes that she
pursue a doctorate in music.
also
While there, Upton will ASL
be participating in choir,
sports
club, and a few of their
Jeffrey Adair
programs.

Mariella Arreola

As she leaves Tillamook
for
High School her advice
not
incoming freshman is to
back by
let themselves be held
to be
the belief that they have do.
perfect in everything they

, high
Ruby Thompson - be involved

Wednesday,

Salutatorian
Tillamook High School
own advice.
Ruby Thompson took her
the band presiWhile at THS, she was a member of
dent, science club president, teams, class
the varsity soccer and tennis and memqueen;
secretary, Charity Drive
and Key Club.
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“Even the
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After graduating with a
to attend WilTHS, Thompson plants
fall to study
lamette University in the management.
mathematics and business

Taylor Geil

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Ethan Lowr

their five-year
“I plan on taking part in course and
undergraduate and graduate Thompson
play in their campus band,”
said.
her classShe hopes that the rest of and better
mates also move on to bigger
things.
through
“Remember what we went accomplishyour
together, but [don’t] let the rest of your
ments here define you for
life,” Thompson said.

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the Salutato4.352 GPA and was named
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great commeeting teachers, and other of Walhave fun,”Moreno
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munity members,” are
try new
memories.
school
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dron’s favorite highSeth
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“Getting up happy everyday
my goals.”
importantly, live everydaythe present
ing forward to achieving
best day. Be happy, enjoy
future.”
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and look forward to the
Next year, Waldron will
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wrestling and
member of the football, in FBLA,
classmates
track teams; participated Leo’s Club,
“My hopes for my fellow goals
their
NOSB, chess, Envirothon,
are that they will achieve
student counof themNational Honor Society,
and become the best version of all, I
“Most
cil, and Phi Theta Kappa.
selves,” Waldron said.
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and major in engineering.

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“I hope that my graduating
to expeclass can find a chance
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said.
Tillamook County,” Lee best
“I also wish them all the
happy.”
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