Thursday, November 3, 2011
Mary Reid School honor roll - first nine weeks
Mrs. Farr, Kindergarten, Superintendent’s List: Britten Traylor, Sarah Skelton, Cole Palmer, Cade Palmer, Mia Mirante, Desray Longstreet, Anniston Jordan, Hayden Glover, Brayden Clifton, Braxton Clifton, Bailey Childers
Mrs. Minor, Kindergarten, Superintendent’s List: Caden Bridges, Weslee Bridges, Joshua Green, Logan Hataway, Bayley Hopkins, Jaylee Potts, Gary Stacks, Mattox Work; Principal’s List: Sarah Gibbons, David Hopkins, Raven Hunsucker, Quantavier Jones, Wesley Riley, Kamdyn Taylor
Mrs. McCollum, Kind-ergarten, Superintendent’s List: Sommer Assad, Latreece Bell, Chandler Bridges, TJ Byrd, Gracie Mackey, Jeremy Mayfield, Jamie Muse, Abby Sanders, Tara Stockton, Sammarian Walton, Shaun Wilbanks, Jackalyn Williams; Principal’s List: Sara Boudreaux, Jonathon Culver, Anna Work
Mrs. Wilkerson, Kindergarten, Superinten-dent’s List: JD Byrd, Drew Hogan, Allison Holmes, Jorja Lewis, Grant Riles, Hutton Stephens, Trevor Work; Principal’s List: Markavious Faulkner, Cailey Hillmer, Chanyia Collins, Rebecca Sexton
Mrs. Teel, First Grade, Superintendent’s List: Aaron Alvarado, Joseph Arnold, Ethan Bridges, Masey Esmon, Kenley Floyd, Tabatha Ford, John Harris, Logan Miller, Adam Moncrief, Antavious Richard, Damien Shaw, Jaden Shelton, Zachary Skelton, Jalen Whaley; Principal’s List: Angela Cheatwood, Christina Culver, Landon Dauge, Ta’nia Faulkner, Adison Hale, Kendrick Isom, Patrick Ramirez, Jayne Rowland, Lily Tate
Mrs. Moore, First Grade, Superintendent’s List: Jasmine Byrd, Calynne Cook, London Cook, Ja’mrie Faulkner, Madison Kimbrough, Jusus Ramirez, Maddie Sanderson, Nolan Turner, Maddox Vanzant, Jaycee Ward, Marlee Watkins; Principal’s List: Raymond Barnes, Austin Culver, Hannah Foote, Johnathan Parker, Ben Riley, Halley Robinson, Jarreona Scruggs, Alex Sewall, Aiden Skelton, James Ward
Mrs. Looney, Second Grade, Superintendent’s List: Kristian Byrd, Lilly Cheatwoo, Cayden Clarkson, Tatiana Govan, Caleb Holmes, Austin Martin, Shaylyn Roberson, Cody Taylor; Principal’s List: Julian Bing, Ethan Collins, Haley Culver, Aleigha Nichols, Jacob Staggs, Janya Turnage, Dixie Ware
Ms. Lemons, Second Grade, Superintendent’s List: Averi Allen, Preston Statum, Cameron Washington; Principal’s List: Jordan Burns, JT Humphrey, Matthew Mcgee, Amanda Pickens, Irianna Turnage
Mrs. Snow, Second Grade, Superintendent’s List: Eli Clarkson, Maddie Lemons, Darius McNeal, Jacob Miller, Noah Montoria, Hunter Palmer, Aaliyah Pickens, Lauren Russom, Hailey Skelton; Principal’s List: Lameika Hall, Eli Isbell, Camila Maximiliano, Ashton Morgan, Rey Noguez, Anna Rogers, Aliah Shaw, Allyssa Skelton
Mrs. Lewis, Third Grade, Superintendent’s List: Kylie Gurley, Dalton Turner, Jordan Bennett; Principal’s List: Jaden Robinson, Bren’ya Muse, Luke Mirante, Gracie Mills, Kaiven Lesure, Ian Glover, Jade Cook, Neely Campbell
Mrs. Howell, Third Grade, Superintendent’s List: Alexis Carter, Makayla Hooks, Christopher Rowland, Devin Sanders; Principal’s List: Kaylee Harris, Angelina Hilton, Miranda Mardis, Jeremiah Thompson, Gabriel Shaw
Mrs. Boren, Third Grade, Principal’s List: Tyler Bolden, Noah Fraiser, Mily Ramirez, Rheagan Skelton, Kenlee Stanton
Mrs. Wren, Fourth Grade, Superintendent’s List: Ana Ramirez; Principal’s List: Carleigh Cook, Carla Hernandez, Kiara Jones, Tamyia Spencer, Ethan Young
Mrs. Mills, Superintendent’s List: Megan Cheatwood; Principal’s List: Hannah Lillo, Ian Montoria, Nathan Peace, Alex Pickens, Ashanti Turnage, Ally Yeats
Mrs. Joyner, Third Grade, Superintendent’s List: Brady Hunsucker, Kristen Snow, Cade Stone, Laken Vanzant; Principal’s List: Chandler Boren, Myles Clifton, Wyatt Feathers, JaQuives Harmon, Carter Hillmer, Hanna Martin, Mason Moore, Harlie Oswalt, Karlie Potts, CJ Samoly
Piedmont holds inauguration ceremony for new president Dr. Danny Hollingsworth
Surrounded by students, faculty, staff and board members, as well as family members and delegates from some 15 colleges and universities in the Southeast, Dr. Danny P. Hollingsworth, formerly of Potts Camp, was inaugurated as the 12th president of Piedmont College during a special service Oct. 14 at the college Chapel in Demorest, Ga.
Hollingsworth is the son of Dale Hollingsworth of Potts Camp.
Former Piedmont President Dr. W. Ray Cleere, Board Chairman Thomas A. “Gus” Arrendale, and Hollingsworth’s wife, Elizabeth, presented the new president with academic regalia and a medallion featuring the seal of the college to mark the transition to the new administration.
The ceremony was part of a two-day inauguration celebration, which included a keynote address by Dr. David Spence, president of the Southern Regional Education Board on Oct. 13; the inauguration in the chapel followed by a reception in the Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art in Demorest; and a Friday night concert by noted Steinway pianist Terry Lowry of Albany, Ga.
In his inaugural address, Dr. Hollingsworth recounted Piedmont’s beginnings as the J.S. Green Institute, founded in 1897 by local residents to provide higher education for their Appalachian sons and daughters.
Hollingsworth comes to Piedmont with some 36 years experience in business and higher education. Before being named president, he served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Carson-Newman College. He previously taught business and accounting at Mississippi State University, where he served as director of the School of Accountancy and was interim Dean of the College of Business and Industry. From 1987 to 2000, he taught at Baylor University, serving five years as chair of the Department of Accounting and Business Law.
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