Aubree is graduating with honors from Washburn Rural High School. She letters in both academics and swimming, earning 4 honor bars in academics and 2 in swimming. She was also a participant in the WRHS choral program. She is the daughter of Joe Anderson and Megan Thomas and the granddaughter of Dave and Nikki Anderson. Aubree will be finishing her associate degree at Allen Community College and then onto Washburn to complete her 4-year degree.
Connor Works graduated from the University of Kansas with a degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology in 2020. He then went on to Kansas City University and will graduate with his Masters Degree in Biomedical Science on May 24, 2021. Connor will pursue a degree in law from KU School of Law in the fall. Conner is the son of Michelle and Robert Golden and Mark Works.
Autumn graduated from Washburn University December, 2020 with her Bachelors in Accounting and Management Corporate and is an accountant at HME, Inc, a steel fabricator in Topeka. Autumn is the daughter of Nicole Wright and the granddaughter of Mark and Denise Meier.
Matthew Shults will be graduating from Mission Valley High School. He plans attend Butler County Community College and study Business. He is the son of Darren and Margaret Shults.
Megan Rose is graduating from FHSU with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design and certificates in Architectural Technology, Drafting/Design Technology, and Construction Management Technology. She has accepted a position with Custom Wood Products. Megan is the daughter of Neva and Mike Rose.
Hannah will graduate from Fort Hays State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration. Hannah was accepted into Graduate School at Fort Hays State University. After graduation, Hannah will be moving to Pratt, KS to work and begin online graduate school.
Hannah is the daughter of Brian and Laurie Fritz.
Joseph is the grandson of Glen and Ellen Berry;
Brayden White is graduating from Kansas Wesleyan University with a degree in Mathematics. While at KWU Brayden set a school record for the most varsity games played by an individual on the men’s basketball team. Brayden will continue at KWU as a graduate assistant for the men’s basketball team while pursuing his master’s in business.