Pictured are students from Potts Camp School who achieved perfect
scores on sections of the state MCT tests taken in May 2006. First
row, from left: Kelsie Reid-language; Kaleb Reid-reading and math,
daughter and son of Kerry and Kristi Reid of Holly Springs; second
row: Shelby Sanderson-reading, daughter of Todd and Leigh Anne Sanderson
of Holly Springs; Ali Cheatwood-reading and language, daughter of
Brian and Tonya Cheatwood of Potts Camp; third row: Destin Wells-math,
son of Darrell and Tammy Wells of Waterford; Trey White-reading,
son of Tracy and Rebecca Shaw of Waterford, and Devin Holmes-language,
son of Mark Holmes of Potts Camp and Dawn Holmes of Hickory Flat.
Photo submitted by Opha Ash.
Club members announced at H.W. Byers
H. W. Byers High School along with principal, Gary Hannah, and staff
are proud to announce the 2006 400 Club. This club is composed of the
students who made a score of 400 or above on their subject area tests
last April. Each year the number of students who are successful
increases. Hannah is very proud of the students’ and
teachers’ hard work in these areas. Pictured are the students who
are new members of the 400 Club of Byers. Algebra I taught by Joseph
Bruce: Leticie Fields, Brittney N. Jones, Rachel Jones, Simone Ryan,
Bianca Seldon and Darrius Wells. Excelling in Bettye Williams’
U.S. history were seniors: Melissa Anderson (not pictured), Mavis
Robinson and Corrandra Scott. The first students to excel in the
English II test with Casshaunda Davis were Kearee Jamal Jackson and
Erica Walker. The biology students under Amanda Hinson were: Justin
Brooks, Kearee Jackson, Marian Parker, Erica Walker and Adrine Young.
Junior Erica Walker has made over 400 in every subject area test that
she has taken. She has one test left in April 2007 and her plans are to
make a perfect score on the U.S. history test.
Council at Holly Springs Intermediate School
The Student Council is an organization through which students’
ideas and opinions may be presented for faculty and administrative
action. Student Council serves as a governing body for development,
promotion, and administration of student affairs. The Student Council
also provides student support at all school functions. The HSIS student
council is composed of fifth and sixth graders at the Intermediate
School. Each fifth and sixth grade homeroom has two representatives.
Representatives are elected by their peers. Students who are members of
the student council must have a C grade point average, exemplify good
behavior, and be good all-around student leaders. The Student Council
is responsible for the daily morning routine, the HSIS radio
announcement, the raising of the flag each morning, grade tutoring, and
Pennies for Patients. Each year the organization grows and expands its
reach within the school. This year’s advisors are Ms. Brantley
and Ms. Holloway. Members of the 2006-07 student council are fifth
graders Mark II, Ireka Rucker, Alasha Stewart, Lewis Bruce, Laterika
Martin, Vince Kizer, Mamdi Sise, Jamine Alexander, Jasmine Jones,
Victoria Feathers, Nellie Talley, Chris Mckinney and Shaquiva Fonville.
Sixth grade representatives are Marquisha Anderson, Terrance Isom,
Tyeria Brown, Jonathan Muruako, LaShawn Pinson, Edward Mckinney,
Myeslica Hampton, Tyjae Jones, Dysharica Newson, Caramel Raymond,
Alisha Lawrence, and Camryn Lester.
ends the summer with a trip to Geyser Falls
Finch Tours took a series of Saturday trips during the spring and
summer of 2006. The final trip was to Geyser Falls Water Theme Park
in Choctaw on August 19. Seven students traveled to the water park.
They were Danny Crumb, Brittany Galloway, Patrick Maxwell, Tierenee
Nichols, Lathedric Robinson, Mamadi Sise, and Terenton Williams.
These students had a great time. Mamadi Sise, a fifth grader at
Holly Springs Intermediate School, said he liked the Really Wicked
Water Factory, a collection of slides, water soakers, and buckets
for pouring water on unsuspecting park guests. Tierenee Nichols,
another fifth grader, preferred the Thunder River, where the students
floated along on tubes around several of the other attractions at
the park. Everyone enjoyed themselves and look forward to the things
they will do with Finch Tours in 2007.
grade social studies projects
The second graders at Holly Springs Primary School recently constructed
their own continents. The projects were to include various land
forms and bodies of water. Through project presentations, all students
demonstrated their understanding of several land forms and different
bodies of water. The students were extremely proud of their projects!
Pictured is Mrs. Dominick and Ms. Marion’s second grade class.
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