WHIW 101.3 FM Harvard Community Radio‘s Jay Schulz spoke with Harvard High School wrestling head coach David Schultz about the terrific 2019-2020 season.
At Wednesday’s public meeting, the Harvard CUSD 50 Board of Education recognized students and staff for recent achievements.
Junior Damon Mueller received recognition for being named WHIW’s Athlete of the Month for boys basketball.
Junior Cassandra Bailey was WHIW’s Athlete of the Month for girls basketball. Each student received a $20 gift certificate from First Place Promotions and Awards.
The board recognized Harvard High School’s Michelle Carnehl, Genevieve Dewaele, Dakotah Morales, Angela Vetter, and Angel Zuhlke for earning Best of Day Flute Ensemble for the IHSA Solo & Ensemble contest.
Harvard High School’s Music Department received recognition for earning 24 Division 1 (superior) ratings and 32 Division 2 (Excellent) ratings at the IHSA Solo & Ensemble contest.
Harvard High School freshman Nikolas Jimenez was recognized for qualifying for the IHSA State Championship. Harvard Junior High’s eighth grader Salvador Esquivel received recognition for winning 4th Place at the IESA State finals for wrestling. Seventh grader Elijah Brummett was also recognized for qualifying for the IESA State Finals.
The board convenes every month in open, public meetings to discuss district business and hear citizens’ concerns. An agenda is posted publicly in advance of board meetings. The meeting schedule, agendas, and minutes are available on the board’s web page. The next public meeting is on April 17 at 7 p.m.
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Harvard Junior High wrestling state champion Nikolas Jimenez talks with Superintendent Dr. Corey Tafoya.
The Illinois Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association (IWCOA) selected Josh Fiegel and Justin Wilcox for the IWCOA Academic All-State Wrestling Team. In addition to their athletic accomplishments, both have maintained at least a 3.7 GPA, and were among only 41 wrestlers selected from the entire state. Josh was also a finalist for the Scholastic Wrestler of the Year.
Congratulations to both men. This is a great reflection on the coaches and teachers at both the high school and the entire Harvard school district.