Thursday, May 25, 2006
Holy Family honor roll
Ms. Isom/Powell Grade 1, Principal’s List: Yasmin Howell; A & B Honors: Skyler Bailey, Chyna Fields, Kyrah Freeman, Tyson Harden, Tienesha Richard, Shakara Richmond, Trameya Thomas, Madisyn Washington, Samantha Wilkins
Ms. Dawkins/Isom, Grade 2, Principal’s List: Javarria Thomas; A & B Honors: Ta’Koia Allen, Lakendra Bell, Andrew Crittle, Elijah Henderson, Samantha Henderson, Splyndid Hollis, Kyia King, Jasmine Lucas, Shundria Sharp, James Vinson
Ms. Woods, Grade 3, A & B Honors: JaBria Curry, Jordan Harris, Jeremiah Ivy, Eromosele Okhiria, Wynter Thomas
Ms. Robinson, Grade 4, Principal’s List: Jonathan Ford, Jasmaine Dean; A & B Honors: Alexus Bell, Keyundria Ivy, Kiera Lumpkin, Jonathan Mayfield, Ashley Vinson, Devonte Smith, Torrez Norfleet
Ms. Taylor, Grade 5, Principal’s List: Jonae’ Upshaw; A & B Honors: T’Erika Allen, Sydne Autry, Alexandria Henderson, Joshua Ford
Ms. Bonica, Grade 6, Principal’s List: Jessika Harris, Alexandra Johnson; A & B Honors: Kearsha Brown, Brianna Hollowell
Sr. Romona Ann, Grade 7, A & B Honors: Takeva Bell, DaVonte Harris
Ms. Stroud, A & B Honors: Shayla Campbell, Joseph Hollowell, Rayshonda Johnson
Local students among spring graduates at Mississippi State
More than 2,000 Mississippi State students are candidates for degrees at the conclusion of the university’s 2006 spring semester.
Commencement exercises were held May 13 at 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. in Humphrey Coliseum.
Among the graduates from The South Reporter area are:
From Starkville: Jeffrey F. Bland, Yureka S. Lawrence, Lakesha L. Perry
From Byhalia: Elizabeth R. Crain, Lakeedria S. Hale, Zachary J. Crapa
From Holly Springs: Justin G. Elliott, Rebecca P. Gholson, Adlin Ling, Coretta L. Woods
From Red Banks: Elmecus M. Jefferson
From Clinton: Julie J. Sparkman
Northeast Community College named 409 students to the President’s and Dean’s Lists for academic achievement for the 2006 spring semester.
Among those on the President’s List are: Fred Hogan, Brandon Mason, both of Ashland; Mandi Curtis of Holly Springs; Andrea Kinney of Red Banks.
Dean’s List: Elizabeth Graves of Ashland; Cove Hutcheson of Hickory Flat; Nicole Hunsucker of Holly Springs; Leann McKenzie of Michigan City; and Marie Huff of Potts Camp.
Brook Hale to serve as summer missionary in Canada
Brook Hale is one of 133 university and college students who Mississippi Baptist Student Union is helping to send as a summer missionary to Canada.
Brook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Hale of Potts Camp, is a student at Blue Mountain College. Each of the 133 students will have either all or a significant portion of their expenses paid by fellow students during their term of service. The Mississippi Baptist Student Union raises funds for summer missions primarily by donations from students involved in 32 BSU programs on campuses across the state. This year’s budget exceeds $160,000.
Most students serve an eight to ten-week term alongside career missionaries in positions which are International Mission Board or North American Mission Board related. Fifty-one students will serve internationally, and eighty-two will work in twenty-three states and Canada.
Baptist Student Union is sponsored by the Collegiate Ministry Department of the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board and is made possible by the Cooperative Program, which is a volunteer giving plan of more than 2,000 Southern Baptist churches in Mississippi.
Marshall Academy academic awards banquet
Marshall Academy administrators and teachers handed out academic awards for the 2005-06 school year Tuesday night, May 16, at First Presbyterian Church.
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