November 19, 2009
H.W. Byers Elementary School first nine weeks honor roll
Kindergarten, Bonner: Holly Bell, Rebecca Bryant, JaKira Bryson, Chance Ferrell, Devin Moore, Layla Pennington, Ebony Seldon, Deanna Smith, SirDerrius Tucker; Krahl: Nekear Echols, Juana Gonzalez, Kirby Green, Raquel Hurley, Gary Love, Ian Reed, Samantha Ross; Shaw: Johnny Hollins, Emily Lofties, Alexis Raines, Kailyn Smith, Alyssa Spencer.
First Grade, Needham: Alexis Brawley, Christian Glover, Breyonnah Hale, Thaddeus Hardaway, Alexis Johnson, Brandon Prather, Cora Rice, Johan Spindola, Jolin Timbs, Anna Todd, Ashanti Tunstall, Mikavious Warren; Roberts: Jeffrey Brooks, Kendra Carmichael, Diana Castanon, Adrian Gonzalez, Carlos Martin, Tristian McClain, Danielle Peyton, Shemar Williams; Wilkins: Kyran Brown, Madison Davis, Jacob Drew, Malik Glover, Acadez Hall, Tekiyah Jones, Dayveon Moore, Julia Vaughn.
Second Grade, Hampton: Kristyn Bolden, Daishunn Echols, Chasity Eddings, Griffin Briley, Jaden Harris, Deneisha Hassell, Heros Iniguez, Steven Jones, Jack Raines, Ka’Tarrianna Sanders, Annabel Skelton, Kendric Stephen; Nunnally: Tyranicia Bryson, Ladarrius Bryson, Selenne Gonzalez, Kobe Harris, Da’Mias Kinkle, Kenyon Kirkwood, Christian Lindbloom, Brinaya Martin, Jayla Martin, Travarus Milam, Parker Minor, James Richardson, Cody Stewart.
Third Grade, Owens: Haley Bryson, Dawn Fitzpatrick, Ayanna Hale, Jamie Huckeba, Glonesia Pritchard; Ross: Latoria Bogard, Laniyah Coleman, Taylor Gibson, Michael Harris, Alexus Hunter, Xavier Linsey, Destiny Peyton, Mikayla Raines, Alyssa Wilson.
Fourth Grade, Brown: Madison Brisentine, Michael Gomez, Jacob Stewart, Javion Smith, Dakota Timbs; Burton: Christopher Cartwright, Adreiana Harris, Douglas Hill; Garrison: Reba Billingsley, Kyndall Cross, Kassidy Drew, Mark Goldsby, Erin Martin, Malik Riddle, Kelli Skelton, Tialexus Stevenson, Micah York.
Kindergarten, Bonner: Brandon Edwards, Jayeisha Hoyle, Morgan Rickman, Amaya Smith; Krahl: Makayla Hale, Peyton Lockett, Shaquille Moore, Tierra Pate; Shaw: Aryonia Hale, Savannah Brisentine, Lanah Collins, Jasmine Jones, Martonious Luellen.
First Grade, Needham: Olivia Cullen, Tasharica Pate, Jamirrya Wilson; Roberts: Shawn Byrd, Jason Clark, William Eddings, Kyla Elliott, Serenity Green, Jamie Kennedy, Kyra Morrison, Justin Raines, Mya Watson, Kirk Young; Wilkins: Dustin Burkhardt, T’Kyua Coleman, Asya Davis, Abbegail Garcia, Lillian Jones, Yasmine Robinson, Jacorian Smith, Peyton Stewart.
Second Grade, Nunnally: Ac’Tavatis Allen, D’Iveion Coleman, Reyna Delgado, Alexis Eddings, Dallas Fitzpatrick, Paola Gonzalez, Benjamin Lovell, Kareko Mason, Tyrese Pritchard, Theodoric Stephen, Dustin Wood.
Third Grade, Owens: Atia German; Ross: Allison Dodson, Taliyah Hassell, Aubry Kovacevich, Lauren McClure, Madison Ortega.
Fourth Grade, Brown: Nyesha Everett, Heather Heatherly; Garrison: Rayesha Talley.
Byhalia High School honor roll
Ninth Grade: Joshua P. Dowling, Keri L. Kelley, Jakayla W. Mitchell, Keefer Podewils, Rebecca N. Tubbs.
10th Grade: Mariah L. Clarkson, Alexia Taylor Mazique, Nastarcia S. Owens.
11th Grade: Anita Chea, Brandon S. Rogers.
12th Grade: Tameshia S. Davis, Malcolm R. Jones, Erin N. Scroggins, Briana N. Wells, Kshawn Brownlee.
Ninth Grade: Cordell D. Anderson, Chelsey C. Bronson, Andrey C. Collins, William C. Cook, De’Eldrell S. Cooper, Cody R. Cranford, Shekinah Marie Frye, Cierra J. Howell, Je’ Terrica Antonette Hubbard, Muhammad H. Javald, Tyeisha J. Jones, Allison P. Kelley, Teri D. Kimbrough, Kiana M. Mceay, Latonya S. Norman, Anfarnee C. Rayford, Erik Reyes, Jalissa L. Sanders, Lorrayne N. Sharp, Shameika S. Taylor, JaShaela Tunstall, Keyon Q. Tunstall, Andres Varela, Jameka L. Williams, Tralezza M. Wilson, Darian D. Morrison, Jose Perez.
10th Grade: Jalen J. Applewhite, Taniesha S. Beard, Khadija Zynea Craine, Terrica L. Davis, Godfrey Fayne, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Jasmine K. Jackson, Clarivel Jaramillo, Andrew Joseph Levin, Connor Blake Martin, Allie M. Milam, Jessica M. Newson, Teresa Phillips, Kristin L. Randall, Corterris Richmond, Kianna S. Sessom, Luis Perez, Philip L. Wilder.
11th Grade: Erica M. Bougard, Gary Calhoun, Carell L. Dickey, Julia A. Green, Setoria F. Hamer, Derrico J. Hardaway, Ashley Harvell, Eric E. Hernandez, Takeva Hicks, Latridney A. Lee, Mckenzie C. Martin, Ashley M. Moore, Chelsea L. Nichols, Amber C. Poole, Brittany N. Ray, Crystal N. Rayford, Meagan L. Rayford, Joshua Jamael Sanders, Brenell S. Seals, Candace D. Taylor, Katelyn R. Terrell, Samantha N. Yates.
12th Grade: Iesha M. Adams, Brandon L. Bougard, Gabrielle L. Brown, Mitchell Cartwright, Kayla Nichole Cranford, Cieara L. Culp, Jordan D. Hearn, Amber G. Houston, Mandy A. Howard, Thomas Keenan Johnson, Keria M. Jones, Christian M. Kelley, Ashley Langston, Ienisha D. Lucas, Kevin J. Parker, Jimmy L. Poe, Charles E. Powell, Octavia T. Rayford, Courtney R. Richardson, Julia R. Rosenthal, Jeremy J. Sessom, Jamese Taylor, Alexis K. Thomas, Brittney K. Tunstall, Jeromy Matthew White.
Holly Springs Intermediate honor roll
Springs Intermediate School regrets the following students were omitted
from the honor roll: Winston Fant, all A’s; Kristalynn Davis, A’s and
B’s. Both students are in Mrs. McQueen’s class.
H1N1 free vaccination clinic
School vaccination clinics for H1N1 will kick off in the Marshall County School District this week, November 17-20.
The effort will be a partnership between Health First Clinic of Byhalia, Hickory Flat Family Clinic and the Marshall County School District.
The school-aged student (K-12) falls into one of the higher-risk categories for H1N1 and we want to make sure every family has an opportunity to receive this vaccine for their children. The shots are not mandatory and the decision to do so is left completely in the hands of the parents.
In order to be vaccinated, the child must turn in a completed and signed parental consent form. Shots will then be administered only to children enrolled at the various schools. The vaccine is free.
Those children age 9 and under will need a second dose of the vaccine about 28 days after the first dose, and second clinics will be scheduled for the schools in the coming weeks.
We hope providing school clinics will be helpful for parents who would like to have their children vaccinated. We recognize that not all students will choose to take advantage of this offer, and we will respect the individual discretion exercised by families.
It is important that families review the Health Department and the CDC websites to assist in making the best decision for their families. For more information, go to http://msdh.ms.gov or www.cdc.gov.
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