Education, Springfield

Springfield High graduation is Friday, June 7

Danielle Archuleta received a FORD Scholarship

Springfield High School Graduation will be at 7 p.m. at Silke Field, located at 908 N. 10th Ave.,
Springfield. If rains, graduation will be held in the gym.

Class of 2019 will be honoring seven valedictorians, all with a GPA of 4.0.
​Kate Bakken
Elijah Dapkus
Bryliegh O’Neal
Cheyanne Kester
Holly Anderson
Emeilla Sheman
Blake Garcia
Jaymason Bouwman received a Sanipac Volunteer Scholarship for $2,500
Jazlyn Moulton won the Stand for Children BEAT THE ODDS Scholarship for $16,000. Moulton was 8 years old the first time she stayed in a mission with her mom and siblings. The years following that period were a roller coaster of shelters, motels, and temporary homes as the family struggled to find stability. Moulton’s mom has severe PTSD, which impacts her ability to work, parent and navigate social supports. Presently, Moulton is living independently; excelling in school, working, and helping care for her younger siblings. She loves sports and being a part of the community at Springfield High School. She is excited to begin college at Warner Pacific University in the fall. She will be the first in her family to earn a degree. Information from
Cheyanne Keste and Danielle Archuleta received FORD Scholarships, which cover 90 percent of unmet college costs and is calculated on the college’s cost of attendance, minus other grants and scholarships.



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