Pallet Source Inc. hires student
Charles Johnson and Troy Shirley visited Pallet Source last Wednesday and talked to Brandon Mitchell about possibly employing Shirley full time. Mitchell gave them a tour of the facility that same day. He showed them how pallets are made and what each employee does. Johnson called Mitchell on Monday to check on the job and Mitchell told him Shirley could start work on Thursday. On Wednesday, Joh
nson and Shirley went to fill out all necessary paperwork for Shirley to begin work. After that Johnson and Shirley went to New Albany, to get Troy his drivers license.
Troy passed the test and now has his license. Shirley got a job and his drivers license in the same day. Johnson is very proud of Troy and hopes him much continued success. Johnson would also like to thank Brandon Mitchell and his staff for being so hospitable to him.
Pallet Source Inc. is located in Mt. Pleasant.
Presidents List at MSU
The following students from this area have been named to Mississippi State University Presidents List for fall semester 2005:
Candis M. Cooper of Potts Camp; Adlin Ling of Holly Springs; Justin R. Presson of Byhalia; Christopher S. Griffith of Hernando; Billy E. Daniels of Marshall County.
Holly Springs school honor rolls
Holly Springs Jr. High
Seventh Grade, Superintendent: Arnold Anderson, Ciante Barber, Kayla Burns, Audrianna Crane, Shekerra Dawkins, Nyisha Harris, Bryanca Jeffries, Chasity Kincaide, Lakasa McFadden, Tereasa Mallory, Jalen Moffitt, Corderrick Neely, Nekesa Oliver, Shanika Perkins, Lathedrick Robinson, Rachel Selman; Principals List: Kelvin Govan
Eighth Grade, Superintendents List: Dean Bridgeforth III, Alexius Elam, Marcianna Glover, Kimberly Malone; Principals List: Brittany Govan, Jonathan Selman, Kalisha Smith
Holly Springs High School
Ninth Grade, Principals List: Christian Rayford; Honor Roll: Forrest Buck, Jason Cathy, Lashunda Miller
10th Grade, Superintendents List: Annie Govan; Principals List: Alicia Crane, Lakenya DeBerry, Roneisha Jones, Rachel McNeal, Keena Pegues; Honor Roll: Catrissa Bailey, Brisha Dawkins, Ashley Isom, Seigee Jones, Myisa Lewis, Jonathan Pegues, Lakesha Stewart, Latonya Wilkins
11th Grade, Principals List: Cameshia Bell, Devon DeBerry, Lakeysta Ford, Ray Hampton, Rio Jeffries, Renita King, Marvin Lucas, Thomas Nabors, Datrice Pegues; Honor Roll: Whitney Campbell, Victoria Foster, Whitley Jefferson, Elisa Jones, Rico Street, Brittany Thomas
12th Grade, Superintendents List: Sidney Govan, Terrell Kimmons, Shaquona Lawson, Whitney McNeil; Principals List: Brittany R. Anderson, Lacourtland Badie, Shannon Baird, Kedra Cowan, Amanda Crane, LeKesha DeBerry, Pamela Faulkner, Dennis Hampton, Rosemary Hicks, Carlissa Hunt, Amber Jeffries, Dominique Jones, Jacquelyn Lesueur, Pashana Pinson; Honor Roll: Brittney Bell, Karren Delaney, Tiffany Glover, Charlese Gulledge, Lecorey Jones, Kimberly Lesueur, Sharvitta Lesueur, Keyoko Payne, Ebony Phillips, Konstance Scales, Lucy Shuford, Lamin Sise, Cierra Tucker, Jamarr Walton
Gifted classes participate in spelling bee
The third and fourth grade intellectually gifted classes at Holly Springs Intermediate School held a spelling bee on Friday, February 3.
Many of our third and fourth graders had heard older students talking about getting ready for the Marshall County Spelling Bee held in January. They wanted to have a bee of their own, said Cindy Finch, gifted coordinator for the Holly Springs School District. The 500 words these young people learned and rules used in the contest were taken from the same list used by the National Spelling Bee.
Many parents helped the students learn the definition and spelling of the words. Alma Dortch, resource teacher, and Patricia Waldrop, resource teacher and teacher of the fourth and sixth grades intellectually gifted, served as judges. Finch was the pronouncer.
Trophies for the winners were donated by the gentlemen of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Psi Rho and Kappa Beta Chapters, from Rust College. Three of the members of this fraternity attended the spelling bee to encourage the students to do their best. These were Donald Deans, Donald Bailey and Roderick Reynolds. Joseph Stone, principal of Holly Springs Primary School, also attended.
Destiny Stone, the daughter of Sherna Stone and Joseph Stone Jr., won first place. She is a third grader in Ms. Howells room. Jaresiah Austin, the daughter of Jennare and Sherwin Austin, won second place.
She is a third grader from Mr. Yagers class. Our third place winner was Kyana Faulkner- Smith, who is the daughter of Donna Lewis and John Faulkner. She is a fourth grader from Mrs. Masons class.
The faculty, staff, and students of the Holly Springs Intermediate School are very proud of these students.
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