Scholarships announced
at SSHs Graduation






Shyanne Feucht receives a diploma and congratulations from retiring Principal Kim Haines on her fourth place finish in the discus competition at the State Class B Track Meet last weekend.

More photos below






May 31, 2001
Seeley Swan Pathfinder
Seeley Lake, Montana


Aron Anders - Missoula County $500 Scholarship; Cliff Nelson Memorial $200 Scholarship; Missoula Rotary Club $500 scholarship; Metallurgical Engineering $500 Scholarship; Missoula Electric Cooperative $1000 Scholarship; Silver Heritage half tuition scholarship; Homestake Mining Company $1250 Scholarship; First Valley Bank $500 Scholarship

Autumn Biggins - Missoulian Outstanding High School Journalists $100 scholarship; Alpine Artisans $300 Scholarship

Shyanne Feucht - Dickinson State track and field $400 Scholarship

Ladd Gordon - Missoulian Outstanding High School Journalists $100 Scholarship

Lindsey Matthews - Gene Ogden Memorial $100 Scholarship; Missoula County $500 Scholarship

Monte McNally - Blackfoot Telephone Coop $500 Scholarship

Sarina Morris - Board of Regents Scholarship for tuition and fees

Lara Parker - Plum Creek $1000 Scholarship; Sophia Kampfer $5000 Scholarship for four years; Duplikate $2000 Scholarship for four years; St. Catherine of Alexandria Valedictorian $8500 Scholarship for four years; Cliff Nelson Memorial $200 Scholarship; Alpine Artisans $300 Scholarship

Christina Pulici - Carroll Trustee $5000 Scholarship for four years

Erika Styler - Anonymous Donor $1000 Scholarship per year; Missoula County $500 Scholarship

Daniel Williams - Presidents Student Service $500 Scholarship; Missoula County Sheriff's Department $500 Scholarship

Lara Parker, left at podium, delivers the Farewell Address at the conclusion of the graduation ceremony Sunday. Lara was Class Valedictorian and the recipient of nearly $50,000 in scholarships over a four-year period (see story). Seated next to her is Lara's father, Rett Parker, Seeley Swan area board member on the Missoula County High School District.


Sarina Morris receives her diploma near the end of the ceremony Sunday. Sarina was Class Salutatorian and delivered the welcome address.

Kim Haines takes a last walk to the podium to call the names of the Graduating Class of 2001. Haines is retiring from SSHS after 37 years as principal and basketball and track coach.


Class Photo of Graduating Class of 2001 at the Homestead Cabin

Kim Haines successor, Tonny Gallegos, center left has been named the new SSHS principal. He is shown here flanked y Larry Johnson, assistant superintendent, left, and Haines and Mary Vagner, district superintendent, at right. Deborah Stack photo.


Going Away Party for Haines
followed awards assembly

Kim Haines, retiring after 37 years at SSHS, was given a party by students and staff last Wednesday following the awards assembly. Here he is shown with his staff. From left are, front row: Sue Stone, Shawn Holmes, Zelda Haines, Kim Haines, Tom Larson, Gwen Schneiter, Julie Hainline, Cathy Novak and Connie Betson. Back row: Ryan Murphy, Gerri Dellwo, Randy Stobb, Laurie Bender, Don Osborne, Annette Johnson, Mary Vagner, Martin Jacobsen, and Diane Erickson. Deborah Stack photo.