Brausch named Stivers student of month


Senior Allister Brausch was recently nominated as Steve Stivers Congressional Student of the Month for November. He is pictured with Theater teacher Bryan Wallingford, who nominated him: “Wilmington High School would like to recognize the contributions of senior Allister Brausch. Not only is Allister the star of the 2015 WHS Fall Play, The Man Who Came to Dinner, but he is also doing stellar designing and course work in Theatre Arts 1. He has also contributed to the stagecraft’s work on the set. He has docked countless hours on trim and crown molding. Allister always does his best and takes the extra time to make his work a cut above the rest. He is a hard worker and does not shrink away from difficult tasks. Recently Allister won the 2015 Business Advisory Council Speech Competition. Thank you, Allister, for all your contributions to WHS!”

Senior Allister Brausch was recently nominated as Steve Stivers Congressional Student of the Month for November. He is pictured with Theater teacher Bryan Wallingford, who nominated him: “Wilmington High School would like to recognize the contributions of senior Allister Brausch. Not only is Allister the star of the 2015 WHS Fall Play, The Man Who Came to Dinner, but he is also doing stellar designing and course work in Theatre Arts 1. He has also contributed to the stagecraft’s work on the set. He has docked countless hours on trim and crown molding. Allister always does his best and takes the extra time to make his work a cut above the rest. He is a hard worker and does not shrink away from difficult tasks. Recently Allister won the 2015 Business Advisory Council Speech Competition. Thank you, Allister, for all your contributions to WHS!”


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Senior Allister Brausch was recently nominated as Steve Stivers Congressional Student of the Month for November. He is pictured with Theater teacher Bryan Wallingford, who nominated him: “Wilmington High School would like to recognize the contributions of senior Allister Brausch. Not only is Allister the star of the 2015 WHS Fall Play, The Man Who Came to Dinner, but he is also doing stellar designing and course work in Theatre Arts 1. He has also contributed to the stagecraft’s work on the set. He has docked countless hours on trim and crown molding. Allister always does his best and takes the extra time to make his work a cut above the rest. He is a hard worker and does not shrink away from difficult tasks. Recently Allister won the 2015 Business Advisory Council Speech Competition. Thank you, Allister, for all your contributions to WHS!”

Senior Allister Brausch was recently nominated as Steve Stivers Congressional Student of the Month for November. He is pictured with Theater teacher Bryan Wallingford, who nominated him: “Wilmington High School would like to recognize the contributions of senior Allister Brausch. Not only is Allister the star of the 2015 WHS Fall Play, The Man Who Came to Dinner, but he is also doing stellar designing and course work in Theatre Arts 1. He has also contributed to the stagecraft’s work on the set. He has docked countless hours on trim and crown molding. Allister always does his best and takes the extra time to make his work a cut above the rest. He is a hard worker and does not shrink away from difficult tasks. Recently Allister won the 2015 Business Advisory Council Speech Competition. Thank you, Allister, for all your contributions to WHS!”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/11/web1_stivers-sotm-1.jpgSenior Allister Brausch was recently nominated as Steve Stivers Congressional Student of the Month for November. He is pictured with Theater teacher Bryan Wallingford, who nominated him: “Wilmington High School would like to recognize the contributions of senior Allister Brausch. Not only is Allister the star of the 2015 WHS Fall Play, The Man Who Came to Dinner, but he is also doing stellar designing and course work in Theatre Arts 1. He has also contributed to the stagecraft’s work on the set. He has docked countless hours on trim and crown molding. Allister always does his best and takes the extra time to make his work a cut above the rest. He is a hard worker and does not shrink away from difficult tasks. Recently Allister won the 2015 Business Advisory Council Speech Competition. Thank you, Allister, for all your contributions to WHS!” Courtesy photo