Thursday, Oct. 4, 2007
Hickory Flat School news: Elections
By Mrs. White’s Journalism Class
Meet the Rebels was held on Saturday, September 29, at 6:30 p.m. Barbecue plates were sold.
United Blood Services will be having a blood drive here outside the high school building. The bus will be here on October 8 from 2-7 p.m. Donors will need to bring a picture ID in order to give blood. T-shirts and Pizza Hut coupons will be given to donors. Please call the school to schedule an appointment.
Elementary class officers and favorites have been elected. The following were chosen as officers and favorites for each class:
Melissa Bennett’s kindergarten; president Shane Acuff, vice-president: Haley Wiginton, secretary: Lane Thwaites, treasurer: Elizabeth Williams, reporters: Olivia Russo and Eden Dye; class favorites - girl: Emily Shoup, boy: Wesley Green.
Rose Ann Jones’s kindergarten; president: Riely Laird, vice-president: Jonah Baker, secretary: Kassidy Miller, treasurer: Andrew Hamm, reporters: Gabby Thompson and Ethan Wilburn, class favorites - girl: Mackenzie Ormon, boy: Luke Elliott.
Stephanie Moffitt’s kindergarten; president: Serean Suleiman, vice-president: Kelly Carwyle, secretary: Drew Buckholts, treasurer: Nicole Hoskiens, reporter: Mazey Hailey, class favorites-girl: Grayce Cook, boy: Kyle Chastin.
Peggy Moffitt-Ormon’s first grade; president: Sarah Mason, vice-president: Britney Miller, secretary: Olivia Moffitt, treasurer: Kayla Smith, reporter: Taylor Palmer, class favorites - girl: Olivia Moffitt, boy: Hunter Moody.
Holly Ormon’s first grade; president: Jennah Morris, vice-president: Reigan Alberson, secretary: Kayla Lawson, treasurer: Tyler Carlisle reporter: Quenton Lloyd, class favorites - girl: Jennah Morris, boy: Tyler Carlisle.
Jane Steele’s first grade; president: Austin Thompson, vice-president: Sydnie Mitchell, secretary: Tyler Byrd, treasurer: Sally Stasuik, reporter: Maddie Pipkin and Clayton Smith, class favorites; - girl: Hannah Mason, boy: Hunter Alberson.
Rebecca Ash’s first grade; president: Allie Clifton, vice-president: Alexis Boren, secretary: Tristian Russell, treasurer: Austin Lloyd, reporters: Nathan Sappington and William Gray, class favorites - girl: Mallory Moore, boy: Jabryan Pegues.
Marcia McCalmon’s second grade; president: T. J. Smith, vice-president: Coleman Bumpus, treasurer: Corey Duke, reporter: Travis Farr, class favorites - girl: Delana Shaw, boy: Javian Gibson.
JoAnn Bingham’s second grade; president: Ivy Dye, vice-president: Musa Suleiman, secretary: Robby Owsley, treasurer: Shelby Myers, class favorites; girl: Alexis Hicks, boy: Robby Owsley.
Ruth Ann Jones’s second grade; president: Lexa Nicholson, vice-president: Gracie Pipkin, secretary: Dillon Roberts, treasurer: Kenzie Massengill, reporter: Colton Fortner, class favorites; girl: Gracie Pipkin, boy: Ty Hurdle.
Mandy Owen’s third grade; president: Anna Lesley, vice-president: Daz Fant, secretary: Kamille Allen, treasurer: Alissa Lewis, reporter: Jenny Elliott, class favorites - girl: Anna Lesley, boy: Dustin Miller.
April Staggs’s third grade; president: Austin Moody, vice-president: Kelsey Allen, secretary: Destiny Lloyd, treasurer: Macy Thompson, reporters: Monica Harris and Keyonna Milam, class favorites - girl: Kelsey Wilkerson, boy: T. J. Ford.
Mary Thompson’s third grade; president: Molly Curtis, vice-president: Cheyenne Stice, secretary: Gresham Steele, treasurer: Dalton Rainey, reporter: Demarious Hardin and Anfrenee Evans, class favorites - girl: Hope Mason, boy: Josh Ormon.
Kristi Cox’s fourth grade; president: Michaela Shoup, vice-president: Angel Garner, secretary: Shelby Mitchell, treasurer: Dustin Matlock, reporter: Logan Mason, class favorites - girl: Bethany Clayton, boy: Logan Mason.
Gina Jordan’s fifth grade; president: Abby Curtis, vice-president: Wyatt Westmoreland, secretary: Morgan Moore, treasurer: Joseph Collins, reporter: Poresha Garrison, class favorites - girl: Nikki Vick, boy: Michael Steele.
Renee Fortner’s fifth grade; president: Chris Gibson, vice-president: Julie Russell, secretary: Payton Courson, treasurer: Lee Staggs, reporter: Damarins Pegues, class favorites - girl: Brooke Brigance, boy: Kyle Simpson.
Amanda Ford’s sixth grade; president: Amber Thompson, vice-president: Myesha Hill, secretary: Aubrey May, treasurer: Lakesha Mayfield, reporter: Bryan Young, class favorites - girl: Kelsey Hill, boy: Tracy Reynolds.
The officers and favorites for Leah Green, Kathy Bennett, and Jessica Jordan will be printed in next week’s article. Also Who’s Who elections have been run-off and counted, and will be announced at a later time.
The senior softball players were honored last Friday night at the game. Congratulations to our seniors: Kortny Tucker, Laura Beth Goolsby, and Samantha Pope. The regular softball season will come to a close this weekend. Congratulations to all the players and thanks for a great season.
Nine weeks tests are approaching fast. The dates for these tests will be October 10-12. There is also a teacher workday scheduled for October 15.
Spaghetti supper October 11
Marshall Academy parents of the senior class of 2008 are hosting a spaghetti supper on Thursday, October 11.
The meal consists of spaghetti, salad, bread, tea and a homemade dessert. You can eat in or take out. Dine in or carry out, 5-8 p.m. Carry-out only 8-10 p.m.
All proceeds benefit Project Graduation, and the supper will be held at the Marshall Academy cafeteria. For tickets see any senior parent or call Barbara Taylor, 901-371-2332 or Brenda West, 662-851-7292.
Also we are participating in a cell phone recycling program that will also benefit Project Graduation. Drop boxes are available in the office lobby at Marshall Academy and Carlisle’s Big Star in Holly Springs.
H.W. Byers PTA is off to a great start for the school year
Yes! H.W. Byers is off to a great start. We have kicked off the official start of the year and things are promising as we look forward to a positive impact on another school year. At our first meeting held Sept. 20, PTA executive board officers were introduced to the new body: Vivian Gulledge, president; Tonya Gulledge, vice president; Deloris Anderson, treasurer; Carrol Seldon, secretary. The body voted in chairperson(s) for the various committees. The parent attendance of the meeting was low; however, the school teachers and support were present in record numbers.
The PTA president and executive staff would like to thank Mrs. Pye and the elementary staff, Mr. Hannah and the high school staff, for your continued support. PTA congratulates our principals, staff, parents and students for the effort put forth on the MCT and standardized tests. Our scores are constantly improving each year and we as parents are particularly grateful because we know that this is a step in the right direction for our children. We know that this is leading them toward higher heights, such as better ACT scores, advanced placement, more academic scholarships, etc. We are looking forward to yet another promising academic school year.
The president and executive staff would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Randolph and the Marshall County School Board, especially our own Harvey Garrison for your approvals on the improvements made to our school and school grounds over the summer. As we pull into the entrance of the campus, we can see the start of the improvements. We appreciate the improvements made throughout the building, and more importantly, our children now enjoy a comfortable, clean and safe school experience. Thank you very much.
Yes! PTA is off to a great start. As your president I would like to challenge each parent, teacher and support staff of H.W. Byers to become a PTA member. Become a member and continue to help support our school officials, principals and students to become the best that they can be. Our meetings are held every third Thursday of the month beginning at 6 p.m. Our October meeting will be favored with the introduction of our Lions and Lady Lions basketball teams.
I would like to meet each and every parent within the H.W. Byers family.
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