LINGLE – Junior Jordan Hunt and senior Rhett Greenwald have been named “Doggers of the Quarter” for the first quarter of the 2017-18 school year at Lingle-Fort Laramie High School.
These students were selected by the L-FL faculty based upon their extraordinary work ethic, extracurricular involvement, and leadership. Both of these students provide strong leadership in multiple areas, setting a high standard for all Lingle-Ft. Laramie students. They devote the time it takes to be strong academically and balance that with a full schedule of extra-curricular activities.
Jordan Hunt, daughter of Robert and Victoria Hunt, has been chosen as the female Dogger of the Quarter. Jordan enjoys participating in jazz choir, concert choir, Student Council, volleyball, and soccer. She was selected All-Conference for volleyball, earned the Hidden Hero Award during the Wyoming State Student Council convention, and feels honored to be selected as Dogger of the Quarter. Jordan’s hobbies include hanging out with Elyssa Cumming, Jackson Gregory, and her family. She is really looking forward to Prom this year, and attending college in the future to pursue a degree in Psychology. Jordan wants to give a big shout out to her family, Jackson, and Elyssa for their never-ending support.
Rhett Greenwald, son of Bryan and Kelly Greenwald, was chosen as the male Dogger of the Quarter. Rhett enjoys participating in FFA, basketball, and track. Rhett has placed in the hurdles at the Wyoming State Track Championships the last two years. He has also competed at Wyoming State FFA and the Wyoming State Science Fair. In his spare time, Rhett likes to watch Netflix. After high school, he plans to attend college and become a Vet Tech. Rhett wanted to make sure to recognize his favorite teacher, Mrs. Cornelius, all of the LFL staff, and Amanda Riley for the support they have provided him throughout his educational journey.