The Tekonsha Community School District is committed to providing a safe, secure environment that fosters the love of learning in which individuals can realize their full potential in both academic and non-academic areas, all within the framework set forth by state regulations and local community consent.
The new school year begins on August 21st.
CLASS OF 2019
Tekonsha Community Schools is pleased to announce the Honor Students for the Class of 2019
Sarah Jane Traxler
Sarah is the daughter of the late Amanda Traxler, being cared for by her sister and brother in-law Angela & Paul Rafferty. She will be attending the University of Michigan in the fall and is undecided about her major.
Adrienne Nicole Riddle
Adrienne is the daughter of Lisa Newbold of Tekonsha. She plans to study Psychology at Olivet College this fall.
(In Alphabetical Order)
Garrett Dawson Boyd Blashfield
He is the son of Daryl & Trisha Blashfield of Tekonsha. Garrett will be studying Exercise Science/Physical Therapy at Saginaw Valley State University in the fall.
Alex Christian Cross
Rick & Amanda Cross of Burlington are his parents. After graduation Alex plans to continue his employment at Lakeview Ford Lincoln as he progresses on his path to becoming a Master Technician in the automotive field.
Nichole Ann Devenney
Nichole is the daughter of Loren & Michele Devenney of Tekonsha. She plans to attend Saginaw Valley State University in the fall to study Social Services.
Garrett Dean Hampton
He is the son of Ann Eby of Quincy and Thomas & Deitre Hampton of Tekonsha. Garrett plans to attend Michigan State University in the fall. He plans to major in Business and minor in Film.
Madison Elizabeth Huff
Ricky Huff of Homer is her father. She will be attending Kellogg Community College in the fall to study Early Childhood Education.
Anthony Alan Layne
Anthony is the son of Heather Layne of Burlington and Rod Layne of Kalamazoo. He will be attending Michigan State University in the fall to study Pre-Dental.
Nicholas Roland Meyer
Jamie Meyer of Tekonsha and Donald Meyer of Battle Creek are his parents. Nick plans to attend Kellogg Community College in the fall. He would like to pursue a Business degree from Western Michigan University or Michigan State University.
Congratulations to all award winners!
Every academic year, the Southern Central Athletic Association (SCAA) honors those student athletes who excel in the classroom as well as the field of play. The most prestigious students from member schools are invited to attend the awards banquet. To receive the award, a student must have maintained a grade point average of at least 3.2 and must have received a varsity letter during their senior year. This year (pictured from left) Adrienne Riddle, Nikki Devenney, Garrett Blashfield, Garrett Hampton, Nick Meyer and Anthony Layne earned the SCAA Scholar Athlete Award. Congratulations to all!
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