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Club Tara Beveridge Platte Valley Aces - -
High School Jody Rhodes
Volleyball
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Volleyball Honors

Volleyball- 9, 10, 11, 12
9-Junior Varsity Player

10-Varsity Player – State Championship D2
11-All Area All Class –Player of the Year –North Platte Telegraph
Class C-1-D2 All Area Defensive Player – North Platte Telegraph
D-2 1st team all state – Lincoln Journal Star
D-2 1st team all state – Omaha World Herald
D-2 1st team all state – Associated Press
D-2 all tournament 1st team – Lincoln Journal Star
D-2 all tournament 1st team – Omaha World Herald
1st team all conference- Central Platte Conference
All area 1st team – Keith County News
291 kills- Paxton team leader
79 stuff blocks – Paxton team leader
State Championship D2
12- Signed to play volleyball for the University of Nebraska at Kearney
482 kills to become the all-time single-season kills leader in class D2
All Area All Class –Player of the Year –North Platte Telegraph
All Area All Class- Player of the Year – Keith County News
Class C-1-D2 All Area Defensive Player – North Platte Telegraph
D-2 1st team all state – Lincoln Journal Star
D-2 1st team all state – Omaha World Herald
D-2 1st team all state – Associated Press
D-2 all tournament 1st team – Lincoln Journal Star
D-2 all tournament 1st team – Omaha World Herald
1st team all conference- Central Platte Conference
All area 1st team – Keith County News
State Runner-up D2

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
PAXTON HIGH SCHOOL
School City
PAXTON
School State
NE
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Other Academic Information
Amber Nicole Meyer Paxton Consolidated Number denotes year in high school: Freshman 02-03 (9) Sophomore 03-04 (10) Junior 04-05 (11) Senior 05-96 (12) Honor Roll Student- 9- ‘A’ Honor Roll (both semesters) 10- ‘B’ Honor Roll (both semesters) 11- ‘B’ Honor Roll (both semesters) 12- ‘All A’ Honor Roll (both semesters) Advanced Placement Courses- 12 12-College Expository Writing 1010 (3 credits) 12-College Literature English 1020 (3 credits) 12- College Algebra (3 credits) 12- College Statistics (3 credits) 12- College Speech (3 credits) One Act Plays-9, 11, 12 9- Nunsense – played Mary 11- Cinderella Wore Combat Boots- played step-sister 12- Plots – played Margaret Speech- 11, 12 11- 6th place at the Ogallala Tournament, 3rd place at the Wallace Tournament, 3rd at the Grant Tournament, 2nd at CPC, 3rd at District Speech 12- Duet - 1st place at the North Platte Blue and Gold Tournament, 1st Grant Tournament, 2nd Sutherland Tournament, 2nd CPC Tournament, 2nd District Speech Meet, State Qualifier, 5th place at Nebraska State Speech Meet Student Aide-11, 12 11- High school FACS teacher, Mrs. Foster 12- High school math teacher, Mrs. Tucker Letter Club – 9, 10, 11, 12 9- Hosted homecoming spirit week, and did fundraisers 10- Hosted homecoming spirit week, and did fundraisers 11- Hosted homecoming spirit week, and did fundraisers 12- Hosted homecoming spirit week, and did fundraisers Chorus – 9 9- Christmas and spring programs, baccalaureate, graduation 10- Christmas and spring programs, baccalaureate, graduation Yearbook/Annual Staff – 12 12- Sold ads, took pictures, made page lay outs FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America– 11, 12 11- Member, attended meetings, collect food for the Can Food Drive for food pantry, cake raffles 12- Member, attended meetings, collect food for the Can Food Drive for food pantry, cake raffles Class Officer- 10, 11 10- Vice President 11- Vice President Paxton Student Council 11, 12 11- Spirit Week, Math Madness Celebration, 12- Vice President, Jump Rope for Heart, Spirit Week, Math Madness Celebration, In charge of filling pop machine,
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Personal


First Name
Amber
Last Name
Meyer
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Gender
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Height
6'2"
Weight
175
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Personal Highlights

Amber Nicole Meyer
Paxton Consolidated School

List your activities, honors, and awards. Include school, community, and church involvement.

Number denotes year in high school:
Freshman 02-03 (9)
Sophomore 03-04 (10)
Junior 04-05 (11)
Senior 05-96 (12)

Honor Roll Student-
9- ‘A’ Honor Roll (both semesters)
10- ‘B’ Honor Roll (both semesters)
11- ‘B’ Honor Roll (both semesters)
12- ‘All A’ Honor Roll (both semesters)

Advanced Placement Courses- 12
12-College Expository Writing 1010 (3 credits)
12-College Literature English 1020 (3 credits)
12- College Algebra (3 credits)
12- College Statistics (3 credits)
12- College Speech (3 credits)

One Act Plays-9, 11, 12
9- Nunsense – played Mary
11- Cinderella Wore Combat Boots- played step-sister

12- Plots – played Margaret

Speech- 11, 12
11- 6th place at the Ogallala Tournament, 3rd place at the Wallace Tournament, 3rd at the Grant Tournament, 2nd at CPC, 3rd at District Speech
12- Duet - 1st place at the North Platte Blue and Gold Tournament, 1st Grant Tournament, 2nd Sutherland Tournament, 2nd CPC Tournament, 2nd District Speech Meet, State Qualifier, 5th place at Nebraska State Speech Meet

Volleyball- 9, 10, 11, 12
9-Junior Varsity Player

10-Varsity Player – State Championship D2
11-All Area All Class –Player of the Year –North Platte Telegraph
Class C-1-D2 All Area Defensive Player – North Platte Telegraph
D-2 1st team all state – Lincoln Journal Star
D-2 1st team all state – Omaha World Herald
D-2 1st team all state – Associated Press
D-2 all tournament 1st team – Lincoln Journal Star
D-2 all tournament 1st team – Omaha World Herald
1st team all conference- Central Platte Conference
All area 1st team – Keith County News
291 kills- Paxton team leader
79 stuff blocks – Paxton team leader
State Championship D2
12- Signed to play volleyball for the University of Nebraska at Kearney
482 kills to become the all-time single-season kills leader in class D2
All Area All Class –Player of the Year –North Platte Telegraph
All Area All Class- Player of the Year – Keith County News
Class C-1-D2 All Area Defensive Player – North Platte Telegraph
D-2 1st team all state – Lincoln Journal Star
D-2 1st team all state – Omaha World Herald
D-2 1st team all state – Associated Press
D-2 all tournament 1st team – Lincoln Journal Star
D-2 all tournament 1st team – Omaha World Herald
1st team all conference- Central Platte Conference
All area 1st team – Keith County News
State Runner-up D2

Basketball 9, 10, 11
9- Played some on Varsity
10- Varsity Player
11-All-state honorable mention – Omaha World Herald
All-state honorable mention – Lincoln Journal Star
2 point field goal % leader – 34.8%
Team rebound leader – 214 rebounds 9.7/per game
Team leader in blocked shots – 110 5/per game
2005 D-2 State Champions, 2004 D-2 State Champions, 2005 Central Platte Conference Champions, 2004 Central Platte Conference Champions, 2005 District Champions, 2004 District Champions, 23-2 in 2005 season, 25-0 2004 season

Track 9, 10
9- High Jump, Long Jump, 4x8 relay, 800 meter run
10- High Jump, Long Jump, 4x8 relay, 800 meter run

Student Aide-11, 12
11- High school FACS teacher, Mrs. Foster
12- High school math teacher, Mrs. Tucker

Letter Club – 9, 10, 11, 12
9- Hosted homecoming spirit week, and did fundraisers
10- Hosted homecoming spirit week, and did fundraisers
11- Hosted homecoming spirit week, and did fundraisers
12- Hosted homecoming spirit week, and did fundraisers

Chorus – 9
9- Christmas and spring programs, baccalaureate, graduation
10- Christmas and spring programs, baccalaureate, graduation

Yearbook/Annual Staff – 12
12- Sold ads, took pictures, made page lay outs

FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America– 11, 12
11- Member, attended meetings, collect food for the Can Food Drive for food pantry, cake raffles
12- Member, attended meetings, collect food for the Can Food Drive for food pantry, cake raffles

Class Officer- 10, 11
10- Vice President
11- Vice President

Paxton Student Council 11, 12
11- Spirit Week, Math Madness Celebration,
12- Vice President, Jump Rope for Heart, Spirit Week, Math Madness Celebration, In charge of filling pop machine,

Concession Stand – 9, 10
9- Volunteer, sales and clean-up
10- Volunteer, sales, and clean-up

Paxton United Methodist Church – 9, 10, 11, 12
9- Attended church, Sunday School, Youth Group, bible school teacher, sang solos for services, participated in a Teens in Training two-week workshop on discipleship, member of youth group
10- Attended church, Sunday School, Youth Group, helped with bible school, sang solos for services, member of youth group
11- Attended church, Sunday School, Youth Group, sang in groups and solos
12- Attended church, Sunday School, Youth Group

Volunteer Work- 9, 10, 11, 12
9- Teens in Training camp served food, helped at Optimist fireworks stand, participated in Christmas Service
10- Participated in the Sunrise Service for Easter, performed for youth choir, participated in Christmas Service
11- Habitat for Humanity- worked on two different homes in North Platte, provided and served food at the shelter in North Platte- Lincoln Connection, provided food and served numerous times for church fellowship, performed the entertainment for UMW Convention, participated in the Sunrise Service for Easter,
12- Habitat for Humanity- worked on homes in North Platte, helped with communion at church, provided food and served during fellowship

Job Experiences-

McConaughay Speech and Hearing Clinic in Ogallala, NE-----2003-2005
Lisa Meyer (308) 284-4731
Secretary/Receptionist
*Hours usually during summer months

Ole’s Steakhouse and Lounge in Paxton, NE-----2003-2004
Timothy Holzfaster (308)239-4500
Waitress/Server
15-20 hrs/wk

Meyer Brother’s Farm in Madrid, NE-----2001-2005
Martin Meyer (308) 326-4255
Farm Hand/Ranch Hand
*Summer job

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