May 28 Board Meeting: Core Values

Celebrating Excellence: HCCSC Recognizes Outstanding Achievements
Posted on 06/05/2024
Core Values Recipients Seniors Maddie Watts and Kelsey Chaney from Huntington North Show Choirs

In a recent public school board meeting held on May 28th, Huntington County Community Schools took the opportunity to celebrate and honor the exceptional achievements of its students, coaches, and teachers.

The evening's discussions began with the recognition of exemplary individuals whose dedication and talent have brought immense pride to HCCSC. Among the honorees were the Crestview golf team and their coach Matt Armstrong, along with athletes Luke Buzzard, Jude Davis, Justin Garcia, Caiden Pohler, AJ Roth, and Cooper Wiley. This remarkable team's performance not only showcased athletic excellence but also embodied the values of teamwork, perseverance, and sportsmanship.

Director Peters extended heartfelt congratulations to Coach Armstrong and the Crestview golf team for earning the Northeast 8 championship title, emphasizing their role as an inspiration to the entire school community.

Next, attention turned to the Huntington Junior Vikes swim team, where swimmers Isaac Kowalski and AJ Roth were honored for their outstanding accomplishments. Kowalski's conference championship title and Roth's record-breaking performances underscored their dedication and talent, earning them well-deserved recognition.

The spotlight then shifted to the Junior Vikes boys swim team, comprising Lane Canvin, Isaac Kowalski, AJ Roth, and Micah Smith, who clinched the Northeast 8 conference title in the 200-meter medley relay. Their achievement highlighted not only their athletic prowess but also their commitment to excellence and teamwork.

In a groundbreaking achievement, the Huntington County 1501 Team T.H.R.U.S.T. Robotics, under the guidance of Coach Chris Elston, secured their first-ever state championship in program history. Their triumph at the state level and commendable performance at the world championships in Houston, Texas, showcased their dedication, innovation, and resilience finishing 31st of 600 teams in their division.

Additionally, HCCSC celebrated the ISSMA, first in program history, State Champion Title from Huntington North Choral and Band Department, including Varsity Singers, Viking Volume, Varsity Brass, and Stage Crew.   recognizing their exceptional talent and hard work in one of the state's most prestigious music competitions.

The academic prowess of HCCSC students shone through as the Academic Super Bowl state champions were acknowledged for their outstanding performance at the state competition, sponsored by Purdue University.

In a moment of pride and honor, Trustee Ryan Wall was recognized for earning the Indiana School Boards Association EGA Programs Level Three Distinguished Designation, reflecting his unwavering commitment to excellence in education and governance.

As the meeting concluded, Director Peters reiterated the school's pride in its students, coaches, teachers, and trustees, emphasizing their collective commitment to excellence and inspiring future generations to achieve greatness.

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