April 2, 2009
H.W. Byers Elementary honor roll
Kindergarten, Bonner: Kyran Brown, Anna Todd
Krahl: Dustin Burkhardt, Olivia Cullen, Asya Davis, Abbegail Garcia, Ashanti Jones, Kyra Morrison, Heidi Pasco, Cora Rice, Johan Spindola, Peyton Stewart, Ashanti Tunstall, Jamirrya Wilson, Kirk Young
Shaw: T’Kyua Coleman, William Eddings, Malik Glover, Serenity Green, Kaontre Jackson, Lillian Jones, Yasmine Robinson
First Grade, Needham: Richard Davis
Wilkins: Ac’Tavatis Allen, D’Iveion Coleman, Alexis Eddings, Dallas Fitzpatrick, Paola Gonzalez, Deneisha Hassell, Tyrese Pritchard, Kendric Stephen
Second Grade, Nunnally: Makayla Carmichael, Taylor Gibson, Mariah Jones, Brianna Murphy, Destiny Peyton, Roger Reed, Gabrielle Upton
Hampton: Allison Dodson, Dawn Fitzpatrick, Alexis Settles
Roberts: Gabrieal Carlton
Third Grade, Owens: Heather Heatherly
Ross: Douglas Hill, Javion Smith
Fourth Grade, Garrison: Laquinceanera Nabors
Fifth Grade, Heard: Arnecia Holmes
Kindergarten, Bonner: Shawn Byrd, Breyonnah Hale, Acadez Hall, Jadarius Hurt, Zachery James
Krahl: Kyla Elliott, Adrian Gonzalez
Shaw: Jacob Drew, Christian Glover, Thaddeus Hardaway, Jamie Kennedy, Monterrious Murphy, Mya Watson
First Grade, Needham, Drake Berry, Reyna Delgado, Chasity Eddings, Jaden Harris, Imanol Iniquez, Annabel Skelton
Wilkins: Christopher Aquilera, Kristyn Bolden, Ladarrius Bryson, Deshawndre Hines, Steven Jones, Danielle Kimble, Jayla Martin, Jaylyn Martin, James Richardson, Dustin Wood
Second Grade, Nunnally: Myesha Buffington, Demarcus Gorman, KaDerrious Rhyan, Monica Young
Hampton: Latoria Bogard, Halley Bryson, Ayanna Hale, Michael Harris, Alexus Hunter, Glonesia Pritchard
Roberts: Lashavia Britteman, Laniya Coleman, Atia German, Taliyah Hassell, Jamie Huckeba, Aubry Kovacevich, Faith Lindbloom, Xavier Linsey, Hunter Roberson, Taylor Skelton, Alyssa Wilson
Third Grade, Jones: Terric Carr, Russell Cross, Nyesha Everett, Adreiana Harris, Takayla Jefferson, Austin Martin, Addison McCurdy, Chastie Smith, Jacob Stewart, Rayesha Talley, Micaah York
Owens: Reba Billingsley, Kassidy Drew, Kaitlin Garcia, Mark Goldsby, Michael Gomez, Erin Martin, Hallie Parmely, Tialexus Stevenson
Ross: Cedrick Coleman, Destiny Greene, R’Monta Laney, Julia Pulcher, Nicholas Reed, Mahquayveous Thomas
Fourth Grade, Brown: Kelsey Brown, Charlotte Pierce
Garrison: Bryonna Campbell, Jasmine Gardner, LuzElena Ramos
Fifth Grade, Dunigan: Cartria Martin, Marquisha Mathis, Precious McClinton
Heard: Hannah Pasco, Ruby Sanchez, Kyland Stephen, Briana Wilkins
Shields: Sequettia Chairs, Mitchell McCreless
Sixth Grade, Fitzpatrick, Abria Gulledge, Taylor Jones, Jahkel Scott
Sims: Kimberly Millan, Katerria Moore, Davedra Pritchard, Kedrick Smith
Walton: Jasmine Bryson, Lanchai Collins, Miracle Jones, Dana Walker
Mary Reid honor roll
Kindergarten, Mrs. Minor, Superintendent’s List: Adam Burge, Chanyce Collins, Lexi Carter, Christopher Rowland, Emma Feathers, Marquavius Vasser, Kaylee Harris, Kylie Gurley, Miranda Mardis; Principal’s List: Connor Marshall, Nicholas Nichols, Trey Smothers, Johnathan Wimberly, Kaiven Lesure
Wilkerson, Superintendent’s List: Jordan Bennett, Jade Cook, Ian Glover, Madison Hutchens, Lakeidra King, Tyler Leopard, Audrey Melton, Gracie Mills, Milagros Ramirez, Jaden Robinson, Devin Sanders, Christopher Smith, Dalton Turner, Stone Whaley; Honor Roll: Tucker Akin, Cody Knight, Devonta Pegues
Mrs. Farr’s Honor Roll, Superintendent’s List: Dalton Burns, Megan Cheatwood, Myles Clifton, John T. Cook, Walter Hamilton, Brady Hunsucker, Harlie Oswalt, Ana Ramirez, Tamyia Spencer, Laken Vanzant, Ethan Young, Mason Moore, Makayla Wolfe, Anquavian Lesure, Amber Sexton, Deion Johnson
Moore, Superintendent’s List: Chandler Boren, Ian Montoria; Honor Roll: Karlie Potts, Emily Cook, Xavier Knighton, Katelyn Mitchell, Ashanti Turnage, Wyatt Feathers, Carter Hillmer, Madison Perez, Tevin Holts, Johnathyn Assad, Martavious Frost, C.J. Samoly
Snow, Superintendent’s List: Detrez Marion, Hanna Martin, Karina Mays, Ben Rowland, Marisa Smith, Kristen Snow, Samantha Wells; Honor Roll: Ronnie Ayers, Victoria Deal, Garrick Gabbidon, Alissa Lopez, Gabriel Willis
Boren, Superintendent’s List: Jalan Shaw, Kailin Shaw; Madison Newman, Stephanie Sexton, Dansana Trammell, Rolesha Turnage, Jeana Ward
Lewis, Superintendent’s List: Kayla Allen, Jared Alverson, Morgann Bing, Olivia King, Adrianna Newman, Dillon Rikard, Donald Wilson; Honor Roll: Liz Brock, Clay Carter, Lakayla Collins, Cassidy Harris, Ariauna Henderson, Carla Hernandez, Paxton Work, Deonte Isom, Olivia King, Hank Mansel, Seth Nichols, Jose’ Reyes, Patrick Thompson
Second Grade, Looney, Superintendent’s List: Alexis Turner; Principal’s List: Megan Blevins, Hunter Floyd, Jac-Tyler Jenkins, Taneshia Marion, Collin Massengill, Hunter Skelton, Ally Smith
R. Howell 3-A, Superintendent’s List: Joshua Crane; Principal’s List: Taylor Byrd, William Christopher, Wyatt Hall, Alex Hawkins, Chanda Hutchens, LaDarius Stinson
Joyner, Superintendent’s List: Marlicia Carr, Dylan Minor; Honor Roll, Jacob Harrill, Zane Looney, Allie Mills
Jessika Harris, ninth grade, was left off the Principal’s List Honor Roll last week.
Govan to perform in candlelight tour
A candlelight tour through historic gravesites may seem like a setting for a Hollywood terror film, but one such tour takes place far from California. The setting is Columbus, Mississippi. The site is Friendship Cemetery. And Brittany Govan is among the young performers who will entertain and inform thousands of visitors along the way.
Govan and other students from the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science are taking part in the highly anticipated “Tales from the Crypt,” winner of the 2005 Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts and national finalist for The History Channel’s “Save Our History” Award.
Beginning last fall with the start of the school year, 49 MSMS students embarked on a project which included researching and rehearsing to bring Mississippians buried in Friendship Cemetery “back to life” through dramatic performances. As part of three junior U.S. history classes, nine of the students were chosen to introduce their characters in the spring for visitors to “Tales from the Crypt.”
Govan researched Zuritha Eckford. A native of Tennessee, Eckford and her husband farmed and operated a small dry goods store in Columbus during the 1830s. Her story explores infant mortality during the early 19th century.
Govan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Govan of Holly Springs.
“Tales” will held in conjunction with the Columbus Pilgrimage on the evenings of April 3, 6, and 8 from 7-9:30 p.m., in Friendship Cemetery on Fourth Street South, Columbus. Tickets are available on site and are $4 for general admission, $2 for students. For more info. contact the Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau, (662) 329-1191, or visit their website at www.columbus-ms.info.
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