CULLMAN — COLD SPRINGS Elementary Second Nine Weeks All As • First Grade: Cole Bales, Landon Bishop, Zane Brown, Ella Bruer, Ciara Calvert, Gracie Cruce, Lucas Dunlap, Dereck Dye, Rylee Dye, Caden Franklin, Kaiden Graves, Emma Hancock, Alex Hasting, Trinity Hatfield, Amanda Henry, Grey Johnson, Jack Kilgo, Abby Livingston, Haylee Mickle, Evan Myers, Logan Oren, Reagan Parris, Kyler Pugh, Alex Quakenbush, Chyann Simmons, Journee Swann, Malaya Taylor, Mary Warden, Allison White, Kortnie Williams, Kaylee Windsor • Second Grade: Logan Ballenger, Brodee Bartlett, Brody Belcher, Justin Caffee, Carley Davis, Dalton Dempsey, Brooklyn Jackson, Cody Jewell, Mitchell Kidd, Mia Light, Savana McAnnally, Sarah Moore, Brianna Nabors, Madison Perdue, Anna Rollo, Hannah Myers-Rollo, Jacob Rollo, Madison Self, Cole Shelton, Chloe Shipp, Cody Smith, Nicholas Smith, Brantley Spurgeon, Hailee Steadman, Kada Terry, Carson Thomason, Kaylee Thursby, Lacy Twilley, Lydia Twilley, Cayden Wilson • Third Grade: Cody Bales, Emma Black, Hunter Calvert, Bradley Cook, Sam Gable, Lilly Gunn, Cole Higginbotham, Tanner Kilgo, Reba McCarn, Heidi Nichols, Alethia Sanders, Ella Stephenson, Brianna Swann, Ty Thompson, Zeke White, Seth Williams, Amelia Wren • Fourth Grade: Kyla Aaron, Breanna Bell, Madison Bruer, Ali Burleson, Anna Freeman, Annelise Hyche, Savana Jackson, Slade Johnson, Toni West, Brodi Williams, Cameron Scearce-Williams, Mary Woodard • Fifth Grade: Natalie Davis, Morgan Harris, Alyssa Jackson, Daniel Knowlton, Kailyn Manasco, Kalea Mickle, A.J. Miller, Abby Montgomery, Jessi Pulliam, Madisun Rhodes, Logan Rice, Emily Sharp, Brooks Stephenson, Taylor Teems • Sixth Grade: Jake Abbott, Richard Armstrong, Destiney Ballenger, Matthew Blair, Abi Burrow, Ty Calvert, Kinley Campbell, Camryn Crider, Hayden Goodwin, Mason Harris, Emmalie Holderfield, Will Myers, Aubrey Negron, Sydney Newton, Megan Parker, Dawson Ray, Clay Rollo, Will Swann, Treasure Tubbs, Emily Williams, Trentan Williams As/Bs • First Grade: Brayden Cates, Conner Clark, Mason Gable, Levi Hunter, Ashley Keller, Ashton Lambing, Hannah Melcher, Ben Montgomery, Ethan Nabors, Hunter Parker, Makayla Raymond, Landen Spurgeon, Dakota Vines, Alexander Wallace, Cloe Waters, Abby Wilcutt • Second Grade: Alena Beck, Judson Bradley, Dillan Burgess, Ian Carpenter, Angel Cole, Jimmi Grace Ellis, Shawn Harkness, Kaleb McNabb, Leighann Quinn, Isaac Swafford, Alexis Tidwell • Third Grade: Danny Alexander, Desmond Borges, Heidi Garmon, Houston Goodwin, Ethen Harris, Wendy Hillman, Madison Hoffman, Brodie Jackson, Tristin Jewell, Tyler Lively, Lakely Livingston, Peyton Minor, Alyssa Mithcell, Emily Parker, Gavin Parris, Brody Peppers, Bailey Sharp, Piper Stricklin, Billie Tucker, Brennen Wilson, Abby Wright • Fourth Grade: Gaven Brown, Emma Campbell, Kailey Chilcoat, Chayton Cone, Shawn Franklin, Anneliese Jones, Kaylee Keller, Nancy Kitchens, Dylan Marcum, Gage McGrath, Jathon Meank, Bianca Messina, Maddie Mitchell, Delane Moore, Kendelynne Nowak, Lacey Rice, Shay Sellers, Destin Seymore, Kenneth Stewart, Chloe Stricklin, Candice Tatum, Lili Waters, Andrew Weaver, Evan Wren, Sierra Zuehlke • Fifth Grade: Marisa Baker, Mallory Ballenger, Jazmin Bobo, Brittney Calvert, Justin Cole, Chris Cunningham, Neely Ellison, Hunter Freeman, Dylan Gable, Crimson Gann, Emi Harbison, Kane Hawkins, Kadie Henderson, Hadley Hinds, Destaney Hunter, Jordan Lacey, Grant Lang, Jocelyn Manasco, Houston McCarn, Sadie McClendon, Vivian McMickens, Makayla Moore, Dalton Nabors, Abbi Pearl, Sam Rollo, Lizzie Rooker, Shanea Shipp, Sadie Terry, DeniseTucker, Robert Turner, Anna White, Aliya Wulf • Sixth Grade: Kaleb Ballenger, Evin Davis, Caroline Deerman, Taylor Gable, Cole Garmon, Morgan Griffin, Maddie Isbell, David Jacobs, Skye Knowles, Raegan Lindsey, Tyler McClendon, Hunter McDowell, Calvin McNabb, Kyleigh Merring, Christopher Myers, Stormy Schmidt, Summer Schmidt, Tess Strawbridge, Sarah Stricklin, Ashleigh White, Katie Wright
Winston County Technology Center Wins AAA/Ford Auto Skills State Championship
Twenty high school automotive students from across the state turned out in hopes of tuning out the competition today in the State Finals of the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition. The students fought for scholarships in the automotive industry and for the chance to advance to the National Finals, which take place at Ford World Headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan. The competition, which is geared toward students looking to jumpstart their careers in the automotive industry, is especially relevant for today’s struggling economy, in which car owners are putting more money into car repair and maintenance as a way of avoiding the big-ticket purchase of a new car.
Variety of classes offered during Homeschool Spring Workshops
Wallace State Community College’s Continuing Education Department has a full slate of classes to offer homeschool students this spring with the second session as a continuation of the first session.
Wallace State to host approximately 600 high school juniors during ‘InvesTECHgate’ week beginning April 14
Wallace State Community College will host its third annual “InvesTECHgate” week beginning April 14, and this year’s event should be the biggest draw yet.
Various Wallace State technical programs are set to be flooded with approximately 600 high school juniors from Blount, Cullman and Morgan Counties. InvesTECHgate allows high school students who may be interested in pursuing a career in the technical field to get an in-depth look at those programs on the collegiate level.
Wallace State Sophomore Ponder named 2014 Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Gold Scholar
Levi Ponder, a 2012 Vinemont graduate, is one of only 50 Gold Scholars among qualified candidates across 38 states, standing out among more than 1,700 applicants. The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society administers the Coca-Cola Community College Academic team and it will recognize Ponder at the Phi Theta Kappa National Convention on Friday, April 26 in Orlando, Fla.
Commentary: At many leading schools, football fails to make cut
To my astonishment, 67 of the top 100 schools, ranked by participation in college-level tests, said they do not field a team, denoting a shift in American high school culture, at least in those schools that challenge their students most.
Wallace State Earns National Award for Marketing
Wallace State Community College in Hanceville was recognized by the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) for its “Hot Jobs” television advertisement series during the Medallion Awards ceremony at organization’s annual conference in March in New Orleans. The commercials, which spotlight career opportunities related to degree and certificate programs offered by the college, are part of Wallace State’s popular Be One of Us marketing campaign.
Samford University to Host Minority Youth Science Academy July 6-9
Samford University will host a Minority Youth Science Academy July 6-9 to help prepare outstanding minority high school students who aspire to careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Wallace State’s Practical Nursing program tops state ranking
The Practical Nursing program at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Ala., is at the top of the list when it comes to the success of students passing the National Council Licensure for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN) exam.
Wallace State set to help with new GED exam
With the changes in how the exam is administered and new fees, Wallace State Community College’s Adult Education program has taken steps to make sure students seeking to earn their GED are successful in their efforts.
WSCC Flight Technology student Chelsie Sloan becomes first female in program to earn Ninety-Nines, Inc. scholarship
Wallace State Community College dual enrollment student Chelsie Sloan wasn’t sure about her career path as she approached her senior year at Corner High School.
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