LFCHS students recognized for achievements

 Little Falls Community High School’s Tim Wasland and Brittney Corrow have been nominated for the coveted Wendy’s High School Heisman Award. Awarded in conjunction with the collegiate Heisman recognition, this award honors the nation’s top high school seniors who best exemplify a supreme “citizen-scholar-athlete.”
 These two promising leaders were nominated by Principal Bob Just for their academic aptitude, athletic talent and tremendous display of commitment to their communities.
 “We believe it’s important to recognize our young people not just for what they do in the classroom or on the field, but their contributions to communities,” said Just. “The Wendy’s High School Heisman is a great way to showcase their diverse achievements for all to see.”
 Celebrating more than 10 years of commitment to youth and education, this program was created through a partnership between Wendy’s, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) and the Heisman Memorial Trophy in 1994.
 Corrow and Wasland were nominated for this program based on their following accomplishments: Wasland: 4.08 GPA, Food Shelf volunteer, church activities, soccer, nordic skiing (conference champion, state) meet participant, tennis, Target, FCA, Dare presenter, Sportsmanship leader and Honor Society. Corrow: 4.0 GPA, church activities, Mission trips, Food Shelf volunteer, swimming and diving team (conference champion), Target, FAC, Homecoming Committee, and Honor Society.

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