Got Character Seniors

73 Seniors Pledge to Make Healthy Choices and Promote Good Character
Posted on 09/23/2021
Before the first home Pirates football game on September 3, 73 PCHS seniors were recognized for pledging to promote positive character and mentor younger students by helping them realize they can be successful by making healthy choices and being drug-free.
 
In partnership with the Platte County Prevention Coalition, Wells Bank, and Meredith Gutshall Photography, these seniors are featured on “Got Character” Pirates ROCK monthly trait posters that will be hung throughout the District and community.
 
They also are featured on their own “Got Character” trading card and each month a group of these students will connect with each elementary and middle school to talk about their character trait, their pledge, and what it means to them.

PCHS's 2021-22 “Got Character" Seniors:
Sawyer Allen, Minna Arthurs, Meredith Ballou, Tyler Bean, Palmer Boekhout, Chloe Bramble, Madison Britz, Kate Brown, Haley Brunner, Luke Bunge, Ashlyn Callahan, Paige Chase, Koree Church, Morgan Cox, Sophie Curtis, Madelynn Darst, Olivia DeGrave, Annabella Diaz, Aleah Dixon, Grace Donnelli, Shane Duggan, Lyric Ewing, Emily Ewing, Cade Fish, Brody Fulk, Logan Georger, Mikayle Gillilan, Hailey Hagg, Connor Harmon, Spencer Hay, Chloe Helmer, Jaycee Henry, Alicen Hornbeck, Elizabeth Humburg, Mary Grace Hunter, Kole Jenks, Caleb Kelley, Blaine Keuhn, Grant Kingery, Jake Kingery, Jake Knudsen, Brock Martin, Molly McBratney, Tessa McGee, Dylan Mitchell, Maria Molinari, Jarett Mueller, KayLyn Munn, Elias Nelson, Ashley Nguyen, Jared Parsons, Amaira Peterson, Cole Rhoden, Kiersten Robbins, Paige Roberts, Sherrin Senoga, Chandler Skahan, Benjamin Spence, Logan Stackhouse, Erian Stone, Karson Suiter, Maya Sullivan, Hannah Thomas, Austin Vanek, Liberty Wallen, Emerson Walter, Sophia White, Brionna White, Emily Woodhead, Christian Yocklin, and Bethany Zenil.

Please visit or call the District Education Center at 858-5420 for a “Got Character" poster to hang in your business to further recognize these students and promote the Pirates ROCK (Raising Outstanding Character Kids) character education program.