- Cullman, Alabama


October 29, 2013

Vinemont Middle School's honor roll for first nine weeks


First Nine Weeks

All As

• Sixth Grade: Emily Dyer, Joshua Fuentes-Ramirez, Abby Jennings, Carter Johnson, Allison Powe, Kinlee Puckett, Andrew Thomason, Carson Partain, Zoie Pair, Ivy Preiss, Dalton Whitehead, Blake Arrington

• Seventh Grade: Gabriela Castillo-Huerta, Ethan Dinkle, Allbandy Douglas, Rachel Hall, Kaylon Helton, Devin Johnson, Ethan McAlpine, Osiel Ortiz, Hollie Owens, Andrew Phillips, Jayda Raney, Brilee Wasilewski, Cassidy Wright

• Eighth Grade: Anthony Bailey, Thomas Baker, Reagan Cheatwood, William Clay, Alesia Cupp, Skye Graham, Ana Gurganus, Haley Heaton, Sydney Hughes, Baylee Jennings, Nicholas Mann, Jamie Marotz, Russell McDonald, Jessica Mosley, Derrick Ransom, Alonzo Salgado-Cabanas, Braxton Thompson, Kylie Williams


• Sixth Grade: Mahala Bennefield, Timothy Carter, Dallin Dinkle, Connor Handley, Desiree Phillips, Clayton Rogers, Wesley Wallis, Destiny Chino, Dakota McGraw, Sadie Stanley, Nathan Tucker, Isabella Kilker, Lucas Miller, Juan Monterrosas-Vazquez, Jessica Ortiz-Perez, Caleb Pierce, Hannah Roland, Ethan Boyd, Valarie Cofer, Jordan Hall, Travis Hopper, Olivia Kennedy, Alexis Knutson, Emily Mathis, Bailey Preiss

• Seventh Grade: Caitlin Adams, Sandra Beltran, Trey Boland, Rhonda Boyd, Jimmy Bozard, Lexie Burch, Jackson Caldwell, August Cook, Victoria Dingler, Brittney Drake, Isaac Driver, Adam Dunn, Nathaniel England, Mitchell Ford, Hayden Gardner, John Gilbreath, Alexis Helton, April Jenkins, Abigail Johnson, Faith Leonard, Brittany Loyd, Summer McCluskey, Samantha Millwood, Jacob Montgomery, Dustin Moore, Kevin Mosley, Madison Oliver, Ethan Parker, Christy Perales, Jordan Ransom, Gavin Sapp, Issac Smith, Jordan Terry, Brandaya Welch, Hudson Wood, Maddie Woods

• Eighth Grade: Destiny Burley, Kortnee Chaffin, Thomas Duckett, Dara Hand, Madison Harbison, Matthew Henrickson, Justin Hoffman, Tristen Howell, Marissa Kent, Colton Lansford, Braxton McDuffee, Maggie Miasek, Brandon Mosley, Alease Navarro, Rachel Nelson, Amanda Newby, Maria Rodriguez, Dezarae Rogers, Adalynn Smithson, Tiffany Stout, Jessica Swearingen, Luke Taylor, Zachary Thomas, Dalton Thomason, Ivy Whatley, Gracie Whitehead


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    April 16, 2014

  • 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.

    April 14, 2014

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    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.
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    April 10, 2014 2 Photos

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    April 9, 2014 1 Photo

  • Commentary: At many leading schools, football fails to make cut

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    April 7, 2014

  • Wallace State Earns National Award for Marketing

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  • Samford University to Host Minority Youth Science Academy July 6-9

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    April 2, 2014

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