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Shallotte Middle honor roll
Shallotte Middle School has announced its honor roll for the first nine weeks.
A Honor Roll
Sixth grade: Mia Adcock, Brian Barrett, Griffin Brown, Madison Cagle, Madeline Chandler, Hayley Giordano, Russ Gore, Madeline Jackson, Davis Julian, Ashley Oakes, Jocelyn Paolilli, Campbell Pryor, Danielle Riffel, Cierra Watts, Robin Wood.
Seventh grade: Katherine Barnes, Nicholas Himes, Claire McNeil, Arnulfo Silva, Taye Vereen.
Eighth grade: Quniton Churning, Shelley Hurst, John McNeil, Samuel Zeng.
A/B Honor Roll
Sixth grade: Marleny Andres, Jared Andrews, Madelynn Baka, Kalista Blake, Christina Bottoms, Ross Burgess, Derris Burns, Kimberley Carter, Tristin Catalanotto, Jacob Cheers, Amity Croft, Kayla Crouch, Lena Devlin, Kira Frawley, Demontae Frink, Devontae Frink, Madilyn Frontiero, Nicholas Gavrilis, Megan Godfrey, Courtney Grissett, Megan Hall, Erik Hernandez-Olvera, Qu’Mya Hewett, Darron Jasper, Rylee Jones, Alyssa Lemonde, Riley Lewis, Dalton Lloyd, Alexys Lucio, Tania Mastry, James Miller, Seth Mulholland, Austin Nguyen, Deysi Olmedo Medel, Tyler Price, Noah Quaintance, Darrell Ragon III, Kaitlyn Rhea, Timothy Seward, Hope Simmons, Olivia Turnage, Shaye Vogt, Wilton Warner IV, Morgan Wayne, Jase Werner, Blade Whitt, Triston Williamson, Parker Wingerd-Felan, Sara Yarborough, Christopher Ybarra.
Seventh grade: Tyler Bowersox, Jordan Brodsky, Savannah Campbell, Hannah Capps, Catherine Cheatham, Emily Clemmons, Jamie Cunningham, Conner Dail, Gage Decosier, Kamille Fillman, Garrison Gause, Justin Geddings, Connor Gentile, Ashley Gibbs, Zachary Godfrey, Christopher Golden, Alora Herdman, Shanequa Hill, Sidney Hillwig, Siobhan Jackson, Cristo Jimenez, Alexandria King, Destiny King, Lora Kinlaw, Calie Lenard, Jenny Lujano-Alaniz, Journee Matthews, Darta McGriff, Mikayla McGriff, Olivia Miller, Victoria Nelson, David Nguyen, Kaleb Normansell, Bailey Pettitt, Johnna Pridgen, Brianna Raynor, Brandon Reese, Micah Rupp, Olivia Rutter, Courtney Sabatell, Jackson Saunders, Alliyah Simmons, Madison Spencer, Samer Tekko, Mark Thomas, Ashleigh Thornton, Savannah Tierney, Matthew Tippett, Micheal Tippett, Rachel Vogt, Cassandra Walker, Caden Ward, Mackenzie Williams, McKenzie Winberg, Raegynn Wright, Brooklyn Yeager.
Eighth grade: Maurice Barrett, Weston Bellamy, Anna Bowen, Ethan Brooks, Irma Bustos, Katelyn Carter, Isaias Castaneda, Cassidy Clemmons, Tyler Crouch, Cam Davis, Santina Davis, Mckenzie Decker, Connor Durham, Christian Engle, Karlee Ennis, Summer Foose, Haley Gavrilis, Alexandria Gunter, Kyle Gushman, Shikeem Hill, Cameron Huffman, Makenna Jahr, Maria Jimenez, Alexis Jones, Alaina Kring, Kamryn Latta, Bailey Lewis, Dalton Mann, Kawame Matthews, Chason McKeithan, Jason Purgason II, Tiana Robinson, Kristen Romola, Aaron Smith, Megan Smith, Joseph Stanley, Christian Strickland, Austin Turner, John Ward Jr., Tytoniyia Williams.
Cedar Grove gets Scotchman grant
Scotchman Convenience Stores and the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance program have awarded $5,500 in grant funding to 11 area schools, including Cedar Grove Middle School, to support math and science education. Scotchman worked closely with school officials to secure the grants, which are available to schools across the country served by Exxon or Mobil stations.
“During times of budget cuts and limited outside funding, we are proud to be able to provide our local schools with this financial support,” said Jeff Turpin, CEO of VPS Convenience Store Group. “It’s important to make learning fun for the young people in the communities we serve, particularly in the fields of math and science.”
For the past 11 years, VPS Convenience Store Group, which operates Scotchman, Lil Cricket and Young’s Food Stores, has partnered with ExxonMobil to provide more than $125,000 in grant money to local schools. This year, VPS is giving a record-breaking $25,000 in grants to 50 schools throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
Jenkins completes CeCTO program
Leonard Jenkins, director of technology for Brunswick County Schools, has successfully graduated from the 2011 Certified Education Chief Technology Officers (CeCTO) program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Government.
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and MCNC partnered with the UNC School of Government to offer this groundbreaking professional development opportunity.
The CeCTO program is the first education specific program for CTOs and CIOs in the nation, graduating its second class. The program is designed for K-12 chief technology officers and chief information officers whose responsibilities require a broad understanding of management, leadership, and enterprise topics. The course is about 240 hours in length.
Instruction covers enterprise issues, strategic technology planning, communication, project management, emerging trends, risk assessment and management, acquisition management, change management, leadership, security, legal issues and financial trends.
Jenkins is one of 23 K-12 CTOs who successfully completed the course this year, joining 34 graduates from the inaugural year. The CeCTO program is one of the many offerings in the nationally acclaimed Certified Government Chief Information Officers’ series, which was pioneered by the UNC School of Government’s Center for Public Technology.
The CGCIO program, which began in 2005, was the first of its kind in the nation and has successfully graduated more than 600 public sector IT professionals across the country.