Thursday, February 9, 2012
Holly Springs Intermediate School honor roll
A-B Honor Roll
Third grade: Amuaree Hun, Amyia Hall, Anthony Gulledge, Ashley Walker, Brekyia Jackson, Chadarius Ingram, Dajiah Malone, Deandrea House, Decarlos Jefferson, Derron Dowdy, Deshayvianna Pegues, Desirea Jackson, Deuna Mack, Dylan King, Jakaylon Govan, Jakorien Hubbard, Jamiaya Daniels, Jaquavion Ball, Javion Jones, Javone Zinn, Jessica Bohanna, Kennedy Faulkner, Layla Odum, Lemon Phelps, Lucas Haynes, Marquavius Vasser, Robert Jones, Rod’drickous Moore, Tabitha Brown, Tebarius Jackson
Fourth grade: Alondra Arce-Contreras, Ashanta Aldridge, Brynae Walton, Camron Wicks, Davionta Faulkner, Ded’Qualon Faulkner, Destiny Glover, Dha’Tari Cowan, Diamond Byers, Lakeya Buggs, Lakwan Rogers, Leigha Shead, Lekeiffer DeBerry, Leniyea Shead, Lyndsey Stowell, Nyjia Alexander, Paisha Brown, Phosonta Milan, Robyn Fleming, Roymiya Kilpatrick, Sheena Smith, Syndeshia Moore, Taalliyah Isom, Takiya Rankins, Travis Alexander, Tyler Brooks
Fifth grade: Jaleceya Williams, Jhakyrah Brown, Jon Leisa Bass, Linda Robles
A-B Honor Roll
Fifth grade: Alexandrian Vaughn, Alizia Jeffries, Deanthony Pearson, Dekya Perkins, Destyni House, Fredrekia Campbell, Jahkayla Thomas, Jaiquez Brown, Janiah Ford, Jatavius Mills, Jayla Sims, Kamiya Jackson, Kassiaha DeBerry, Kayla Criss, Kelvisha Conner, Kuelteria Crane, Lakayla Sims, Lanauija Jones, Lesley Hodges, Makaylon Manning, Miracle Hunt, Nihya Jefferson, Rahmel Campbell, Roneisha Miller, Ruth Pryor, Shaquera Lane, Tangela Mosley, Tayla Alexender, Tayla Seals, Timothy Jeffries, Trelexius Hubbard, Ventrell Williams
Sixth grade: Angelica James, Anthony Johnson, Breana Crane, Cameron Stephenson, Cedric Turnage, DaQuan Smith, Davonta Faulkner, Demetria Hudson, Gabriela Walton, Hannah Craft, Jada Dowdy, Jakiela Pegues, Jakyla Bohanna, Jamari Stone, Jariah Leasure, Jernarra Jones, Jordan Bowen, Kaila Norfleet, Keiuna Sanders, Kenyarda Jeffries, Keyundrea Buggs, Makayla Hudson, Marquezzo Pryor, Maurice Campbell, Porsha Jones, Savannah Gabriel, Shauntarus Wicks, Shretta Jeffries, T’mya Jones, Tamya Crumb, Tiffany Nichols, Victoria Nabrs, Vivia Davis.
Local students graduate from Mississippi State
The following students are graduates from Mississippi State University: Preston Boatwright, Sasha Marsh, both of Holly Springs; George Rodgers of Lamar.
Students named to President’s List at DSU
The following Delta State University students from Marshall County were named to the President’s List of Delta Scholars for compiling a 3.80 to 4.0 grade point average while attempting 12 or more academic hours during the 2011 fall semester.
President’s List: Nealy Jones of Lamar; Dustin Minor of Waterford.
The students who have earned Dean’s List honors for compiling a 3.50 to 3.79 grade point average while attempting 12 or more academic hours during the 2011 fall semester.
Dean’s List: Justin Hunsucker of Holly Springs; Hanna Goolsby of Potts Camp.
Byhalia HS honor roll
Ninth grade: Zakary Podewils
Tenth grade: Kaneisha Cochran, Shelbie Dalton, Crystal Kelley, Kimberly J. McDonald, Danyelle Podewils
Eleventh grade: Keri L. Kelley, Dorian D. Morrison, Keefer Podewils, JaShaela Tunstall, Jameka Lashell Williams
Twelfth grade: Taneisha S. Beard, Mariah L. Clarkson, William John Ferris, Danielle S. Rayford
Ninth grade: Stephen T. Blackwell, Travis H. Dillingham, Allen M. Hernandez, Delicia C. Jackson, Alexis S. Kolikas, Amber N. Miller, Aneshia L. Moore, Michaela R. Norman, Mariela Ortega, Kendrick D. Parker, Nianna A. Riley, Clydia C. Wells
Tenth grade: Aleasha M. Brownlee, Robin Ann Bryant, Johnathan A. Cleveland, Kanita Dowdy, Shanice Dowdy, Lizbeth Gracia, Diana Rose Glider, Daniella M. Hernandez, Jophena Sheree Jackson, Cortelious Jones, Jasmin C. Jones, Dustin Moore, Arkeeshia Nichols, Wendy Ramos, Jasmine Riddle, Shandricka D. Sessom, Nicole S. Smith, Dustin Stimpson, Michael D. Tadlock, Antonio D. Wilson, Dewaylia N. Young
Eleventh grade: Chelsey C. Bronson, Kenneth L. Dillingham, Joshualyn Raven-Simone Dockery, Joshua P. Dowling, Danielle N. Frankum, Jessica Grafton, Kristen L. Hart, Tyeisha J. Jones, Antionette K. McCracken, Kiana M. Mccray, Jakayla W. Mitchell, Latonya S. Norman, Mari Ellen Perez, Anfarnee C. Rayford, Corneshia A. Rayford, Tirra Rayford, Jalissa L. Sanders, Shameika S. Taylor, Kirsten Tunstall, Jaquinius D. Walker, Chymekia R. Watkins
Twelfth grade: Jalen J. Applewhite, Khadija Zynea Craine, Kadega C. Dowdy, Godfrey Fayne, Tieara Ford, Cory German, Aniqua Trinee Harris, Jasmine K. Jackson, Bianca M. Jones, Alexia Taylor Mazique, Tierra Moore, Jessica M. Newsom, Luis David Perez, Teresa Phillips, Kristin L. Randall, Shanelle L. Rayford, Keion Reed, Brittney Rosenbaum, Carmen S. Saulsberry, Kianna S. Sessom, Shidrica Smith, Philip L. Wilder, Zinna S. Woods
HS Intermediate School news
By Beverly Phillips
The honor students at Holly Springs Intermediate will be traveling to Incredible Pizza in Memphis, Tenn., on Friday, February 10. This trip is a reward for students who made the honor roll or superintendent’s honor roll the second nine weeks. The participating students will need $10 to cover the cost of a special package which includes buffet, drink and a $5 game card. Students will need to bring extra money to play additional games. Students are to bring the money with them on the day of the trip.
The school district will provide transportation. Students will depart the school at 8:30 a.m. and return before 2 p.m. Students may not bring cell phones, electronic games, cameras, or other devices.
February 9, PTA meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the library, Tammy Hampton, PTA president.
February 10, Pre- Valentine’s Dance from 6-9 p.m. Admission is $5 and food will be sold. Also, pictures will be taken for $4.
March 2, Read Across America Day. Call Beverly Phillips at 662-252-7733 if you would like to read.
March 3, Best Men/ Best Friends will sponsor a pancake breakfast and a parent seminar will also be held. More info will be given later.
The Districtwide Parent Center, located on the Intermediate School campus, is open daily for parents to check out skill-related activities to help their child at home. If you are not pleased with your child’s progress report when he/she brings it home this week, stop by the Parent Center or call Beverly Phillips at 662-252-7733.
Holly Springs Primary School calendar of events:
Feb. 20, Presidents’ Day (holiday)
Feb. 24, Black History program, 1 p.m
Feb. 27 - March 2, Parent Volunteer Week and Uniform Belt Donation (boys and girls). Parents are asked to volunteer.
Early student release Wed., Feb. 29, 1 p.m.
Edwin Chappell, an eighth grade student at Byhalia Middle School, won the school-level competition of the National Geographic Bee on January 23, and a chance at a $25,000 college scholarship.
The school-level bee, at which students answered oral questions on geography, was the first round in the 24th annual National Geographic Bee. This year’s Bee is sponsored by Google.
The school winners, including Chappell, will now take a written test; up to 100 of the top scorers on that test in each state will then be eligible to compete in their state bee March 30.
The National Geographic Society will provide an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C., for state champions and teacher-escorts to participate in the bee national championship rounds May 22-24.
“Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek will moderate the national finals on May 24. The program will air on television. Check local listings for dates and times.
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