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Cedar Grove names Bulldogs of Month
Cedar Grove Middle School has named its Bulldogs of the Month for April, May and June.
Gavin Reed, Brittani Wilson, Garrett Hansen, Matthew Grissett, Emillio Bonifacio, Savannah Prevost, Dalton Reagan, Michael Nelson, Danielle Duncan, Brook Benton, Olivia Pittman, Nahisha Garcia, Darcy Evans, David Venegas, Caleb Renfrow, Dakota Hewett and Maria Isabel Santamaria.
Noah Hayes, Joshua Renfrow, Bryson Hill, Isabelle Provost, Tyler McKeighan, Mason Espinoza, David Walters, Nathan Mintz, Acassia Stanley, Jordan McCall, Becca Hewett, Shane Hewett, Alexius Bryant, Ares Evans, Francisco Baez-Aranda, Ivory Randolph, Trevin Wilson, Taliyah Johnson, Madison Smith, Denton Masker, Zoe Hall, Juwaun Johnson, Shawn McLaughlin and Colin Johnson.
Hannah Hewett, Austin Reed, Owen Evans, Devin Siler, Jenna Klock, Michael Rhodes, Breanna Jones, Jessica Klock, Owen McDowell, Kasin Medford, Jordan Register, Matthew Haizlip, Essie Gause, Breia Daniels, Katie Martin, Kali Williams, Caroline Rourk, Bradley Wormuth, Chloe Brisson, Zachary Hegadore, Kayla Nixon, Richard Huff, Andrew Cannaday and Trevor Hewett.
BCC announces honors
Brunswick Community College has announced its honors lists for the spring 2012 semester.
These students achieved a 3.50 or higher GPA while taking a minimum of 12 credit hours of curriculum-level courses: Susan Archbell, Joshua Eldred, William Kennington, Ashley Pszczultkoski, Samuel Baker, Dana Elliott, Joshua King, Sean Quinn, Jo Baldwin, Rebecca Etheridge, William Kirby, Sarah Rabon, Lena Baldwin, Erica Evans, Kara Knox, Michael Rahal, Sherri Balkcum, Jamie Evans, Kellie Lancaster, Rita Reaves, Kayla Ball, Wanda Everette, Jeffrey Langley, Megan Reedy, Sean Barton, Michael Feldman, Virginia Langley, Charles Renfrow, Erica Bellonio, Jami Ferrell, Cassandra Lattrell, Fallon Ross, Patrick Bertrand, Mikala Fields, Tara Lax, Yuliya Sakun, Lisa Blackman, Douglas Fritchey, Gabriela Leggett, Misty Santini, Jerrad Bodenschatz, Ashley Fry, Eric Lewandoski, Tory Schroff, Holly Brisson, Crystal Fullwood, Jessica Lilly, Emily Schweer, Kyle Brown, MaryAnne Gilland, Maryann Lombardi, Tammy Skipper, Corey Bryan, Sarah Goelz, Amanda Loyd, Alexander Sludds, Carlisle Buddin, David Gordon, Kristie Lynch, Cora Smith, Rachel Cain-Brisson, Wendy Grainger, Lauren Madden, Austin Somers, Matthew Caison, Katherine Green, Emerlyn Maignan, Benjamin Spaugh, Hernesta Campos, Danielle Gross, Theodore Malcolm II, Paula Spelts, Gillian Carney, Andrew Guma, Michael Matthews, Jaimie Stackhouse, Benjamin Carson, David Hall, Lisa Matvia, Benjamin Stephens, Johnathan Cartrette, Ricky Hamilton Jr., Rina Maxwell, Jim Stewart, Victoria Cash, Anita Handler, Thomas McNeill, Angela Stumph, Paula Cline, Sarah Hardesty, Melody Melanson, Sheena Suttlemyre, Kayla Cobb, Joshua Hardwick, Sharon Melzer, Randy Sweat, James Colantino, Heather Harvell, Kendall Mercer, Stephanie Taylor, Joshua Cortes, Rita Hathaway, Jennifer Michalski, Ashley Thomas, Tyler Cox, Elizabeth Hayes, Lori Michell, Valerie Thompson, Maxwell Crawford, Elizabeth Hewett, Victoria Miller, Shelly Toney, Loretta Danielik, Rebecca Hewitt, Donnie Milligan II, April Tyner, Jamie Danzeisen, Ryan Hill, Shelby Mills, Misty Vining, Joshua Davies, Hannah Hilz, Erica Mitchell, Krystal Vonwald, Leyla Davis, Harmony Hitchner, Brenda Murray, Coby Walker, Julie Delair, Samuel Holloway, Patrick Noonan, William Ward, Alan Dillaway, Victoria Hugh, Travis Parker, Brandon Whitley, Ekaterini Dogramatzis, Russell Hurst, Megan Peattie, Alan Williams, Pamela Dorman, Tamela Johnston, Daniel Perrotta, Eric Williams, London Dunn, Donna Jones, Cheryl Phelps, Shaniqua Wilson, Kimberly Eades, Michele Jones, Joseph Pistacchio, Peyton Winstead, Ashley Edge, Larry Kelly, Timothy Powell and Jennifer Wright.
These students achieved a 3.00-3.49 GPA while taking a minimum of 12 credit hours of curriculum-level courses: Michael Abbott, Alexandria Faircloth, Alexandria Natoli, Chauncey Anderson, William Faircloth, Justin Nickel, Johntae Bailey, Katelyn Fike, Nicholas Palmerico, Stephen Beecroft, Chelsea Fisher, Tyler Payne, Bryson Benton, Pamela Fulford, Robert Penny, Jennifer Blackman, Sean Furey, Jason Ramm, Colton Blake, Deborah Gammeter, Tyler Revell, Katherine Bonilla, Elise Girard, Hunter Riddle, Adam Brandel, Tadd Girard, Abel Romero, Charles Brittain, Courtney Green, Aimee Rourk, Joanna Bryant, Tristin Griffin, David Rourk II, Julianna Burney, Meredith Hamilton, Bradley Rzepecki, Cathy Burton, Nathaniel Huff, Trever Schock, Sylvia Byrd, Nicholas Hunter, Stephanie Sealey, Tammy Caison, Brenda Jackson, Elizabeth Seltzer, Rebecca Callihan, Caitlin Jarvis-Ruble, Jocealynn Shannon, Bobby Carney, Cristine Jimenez, Angela Sim, Ashley Chapman, Amanda Johnson, Melinda Simmons, Michele Chestnut, Sedera Johnson, Audrey Smith, Corey Cheza, Chloe Jordan, Kristen Smith, Amanda Clark, Jeffery Kelly, Nikki Smith, Rachel Conley, Brittany Kiefer, Stacey Smith, Javon Corbett, Jessica Kircher, Mary Snoddy, Nereyda Cornejo, Melanie Krotsis, Edward Stutey, Julia Crews, Mary Leazer, Caitlin Swanson, David Cross, Ryon MacNish, Jennette Taylor, Jacob D’Louhy, December Martin, Pamela Thomason, Kalyn DenBleyker, William Maultsby, Amber Trott-Fisher, Josiphine Drake, Ashley McDaniel, Christian Tucker, Melina Elliott, Trevor Milliken, Shannon Urban, Margaret Esau, Serena Milne, Bianca Valerio, Christina Evans, Patricia Mintz, Lauren Walton, Anne-Marie Fahy and Makayla Ward.
Fontana is on dean’s list
Timothy Fontana of Bolivia has been named to the dean’s list at Norwich University for the spring 2012 semester.
Norwich University is a diversified academic institution that educates traditional-age students in a Corps of Cadets, as civilians, and as adult students. Founded in 1819 by Captain Alden Partridge, U.S. Army, Norwich University is the oldest private military college in the United States, celebrating 50 years of the Honor Code, and the birthplace of the nation’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC).
Bryant graduates from Saint Mary’s
Currie Bryant, daughter of Melissa and Robert Bryant of Holden Beach, graduated with honors from Saint Mary’s School in Raleigh on Sunday, May 20. She was among 71 high school seniors who received diplomas from Head of School Theo Coonrod during the school’s 170th commencement exercises that took place in the school’s oak grove, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Cynthia Marshall, president of AT&T North Carolina, was the commencement speaker. Saint Mary’s School in Raleigh is an independent, Episcopal, college-preparatory, boarding and day school, dedicated to academic excellence and personal achievement for young women in grades 9-12. Founded in 1842, Saint Mary’s is the fourth-oldest girls boarding and day school in the nation.
Fisher receives degree from Georgia Tech
Allen Fisher of Leland has earned a degree in electrical and computer engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. He was among 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students who received degrees during Georgia Tech’s 242nd commencement exercises.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the nation’s leading research universities, providing a focused, technologically based education to more than 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Georgia Tech has many nationally recognized programs, all top ranked by peers and publications alike, and is ranked in the nation’s top 10 public universities by U.S. News & World Report.
Reading encouraged throughout summer
“Today a Reader, Tomorrow a Leader...All Summer Long!” is the message who Brunswick County Schools wants every student to remember as vacation begins.
To encourage reading all summer long, media centers throughout Brunswick County Schools will be open on a set schedule to allow students to check out and return books. Students who participate can win individual prizes, including T-shirts, and help their school win, too. The school with the greatest circulation and online participation in each category will win a $250 e-book credit.
In addition to checking out books, students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of online discussions about what they are reading. Edmodo groups are available for grade 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12...and adult readers. Students should contact their media coordinator to receive the access code and join the conversations.
A special summer reading program is also available for middle and high school students. Booklists and discussion forums are accessible at www.bcswan.net/SummerReading. Each grade level has a suggested reading list, as well as a discussion area for each book.
Don’t forget to visit the public library. The Brunswick County Libraries are also offering summer programs. Contact the public library or visit its website at http://library.brunsco.net.
The complete schedule of school media center openings can be found on the Brunswick County Schools homepage at www.bcswan.net.