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Amanda Stallbaumer Awarded Kathy L. Schmelzle Scholarship
05/31/2018
 

In 2005, Pat and Patty Schmelzle and family established the Kathy L. Schmelzle Scholarship with the Nemaha County STEP Foundation, in memory of their daughter. The Kathy L. Schmelzle Academic Scholarship for $500, is awarded to a graduating senior from Nemaha Central High School who plans to enter a degree program with a major in teacher education.

The 2018 recipient of this scholarship is Amanda Stallbaumer, daughter of Roger and Christina Stallbaumer. From assisting in the grade school kinder prep classes to babysitting and leading future kindergarteners to a week of Bible study sessions, Stallbaumer has been around children her entire life. “I love the feeling of being in charge of children and getting the opportunity lead and help them learn,” she stated in her application.

Along with working at a daycare, Stallbaumer participated in several extracurricular activities during high school such as KAYS (president), FCCLA (vice-president), NHS (secretary), and Class of 2018 Secretary. As well as being extremely active in her high school, she sings in the church choir, plays the organ, is the lector, and serves in mass. Stallbaumer served as secretary in the Catholic Youth Organization her senior year.

She plans on majoring in Elementary Education at Fort Hays State University this fall.

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