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Education News

Education News

November 10th, 2018 by Gazette Staff in Texarkana News

Arkansas High Red Line is shown. (Submitted photo)

Arkansas High Red Line is shown. (Submitted photo)


Arkansas High School Red Line competed in the B2 Dance Competition Nov. 3 in Maumelle, Ark. The team placed second in the Kick Competition and will move on to compete at the State Dance Competition in Lake Hamilton.



Genoa Central School District—First Nine Weeks

A Honor Roll

First Grade—Jackson Bard, Inman Bradshaw, Andrew Clayton, Tyler Copeland, Bentley Dauzat, Wyatt Eddy, Layton Ferguson, Tatum Fisk, Seger Hagood, Hannah Helms, Azlynn Hensley, Elizabeth Hight, Lincoln Holden, Aedyn Johnson, Gracelyn Johnson, Adelyn Jones, Connor Jones, Kristalyn Karris, Jasmine Kasitati, Asher Killett, Aiden Lamb, Carter Lamon, Noah Lansdell, Jacey Lee, Banks McDowell, R.J. Moon, Chase Nottingham, Isabella Pacheco, Leah Peterson, Reagan Prasek, Kenley Purifoy, Max Rankin, Eli Romero, Ashten Sanders, Harley Sells, Alaina Shockley, Ryleigh Silvey, Kaylee Smith, Peighton Springer, Honey Stanley, Maggie Thornsberry, Logan Tibbit, Wyatt Tinsley, Coco Tubbs, Lainey Ueckert, Cavin Upchurch, Am'Bhur Venable, Lucas Ward, Cailyn Williams, Zynlii Wooten and Italy Young

Second Grade—Jaxon Anderson, Ian Buckley, Sky Daniels, Cooper Dial, Dominic Dickinson, Nealy Domanski, Justus Eddy, Gauge Eddy, Tristan Engledowl, Jacob Gossett, Eli Hamilton, Gracen Hicks, Piper McMurry, Carson Miller, Heidi Morris, Cash Olson, Colton Olson, Ava Parker, Eli Porterfield, Layla Record, Hayden Roberts, Morgan Sellers, Kynlee Smith, Italy Stanley, Rylie Thompson, Jacob Wagner, Brynnlee Walker, Korben Ward, Haughton Warren, Kason Watson, Waylon Wilson and Brennan Yochum

Third Grade—Allie Boswell, Dylan Braden, Callie Camboulive, Ayda Coleman Jaxen Harris Harrison Hoover Denver Johnson Jeremiah Kasitati Trent Lach Kherington Lyda Cullen Mangus Beckham Martinez Kylee Mattson Molly McCool Mackenzi Miller Collin Mitchell Zane Morris Gavin Mudford James Murphy Grace Porterfield Tye Ramage Rosie Rodriquez Adalee Russell Kennedy Schaeffer Caylex Sumrell Jackson Thornsberry Brayden Wilemon Landry Wilson Zaydin Wooten

Fourth Grade—Charlie Clayton, Keali Frederick, Derby Gerrald, Levi Huett, Madison Jones, Jake Jordan, Lilith Keathley, Jace Kelly, Gracie McCarley, Baylee Nowlin, Kaydin Ott, Zeta Ray, Cheyanne Renfro, Gracyn Rogers, Brooklyn Showalter, Jaxon Thomas, Kelly Tighe, Claire Turley, Mallory Ueckert, Gabby Venema, Eli Wall, Sulli Wallace, Gaven Ward, Jocelyn Wilhite and Hoyt Wilson

Fifth Grade—Victoria Anderson, Kate Cook Addison, Dial Rylie Domanski, Raelyn Douglas, Brody Dumas, Alexander Green, Isaac David Helms, Baylee Higgins, James Holt, Lexie Hyman, Samuel Jewell, Lillian Killett, Kenzie Owen, Bryar Penny, Hannah Skinner, Casey Teague, Clifford Tefteller, Kenneth Walker and Amber Wren

Sixth Grade—Anna Barr, Emma Brigham, Kaden Bunn, Camron Bush, Brayden Cobb, Kelsie Fowler, Lindsey Gammon, Lynnlee Kuykendall, Riley Mudford, Aidan Purifoy, Halie Redfearn, Anna Scoggin, Erin Spears and Nathaniel Thomas

Seventh Grade—Martin Beck, Kenzie Cook, Austin Estes, Cameron Gordon, Gracie Grant, Victoria Gregory, Gavin Ham, Allee Johnson, Trinity Kyles, Coby Lamon, Allison McDowell, Zoe Parsons, Mason Record, Brailey Tefteller, Nathan Tubbs, Zane Whitehead and Micah Wren

Eighth Grade—Faith Baker, Darren Black Jr., Lauren Cook, Ella Davis, Gracie Fowler, Dovie Nottingham, Carlee Spears, Kaylee Sullivan, Maggie Thomas, Allison Whitehead, Lydia Whitehead and Harrison Wilson

Ninth Grade—Lindsey Allen, Elizabeth Baker, Tabitha Ballinger, Addison Barr, Ryan Braden, Dylan Brewer, Laken Bunn, Benjamin Capps, Mallory Cheatham, Ethan Cowart, Ashlyn Craig, Savannah Duff, Carrigan Duncan, Nevaeh Durham, Tyler Helms, Shyanne Hendricks, Elijah Jacobs, Nora Johnson, Lea Kelly, Hailey Lamon, Lani Lanier, Zoe Lineberry, Zoe Lovelis, William Markham, Cole McMurry, Dalton Moore, Kaden Parker, Emilee Parmer, Kyleigh Philyaw, Holly Pioterek, Kaleigh Richardson, Caine Saunders, Dalton Taylor, Olivia Turley, Josie Walls and Emilye White

10th Grade—Steven Baker, Elaina Bassett, Nate Benson, Taylor Braden, Chloe Brigham, Skylar Byrd, Joseph Chittum, Tatum Cunningham, Haley Denton, Faith Green, Mariah Heinrich, Elizabeth Hocutt, Dawlton Jenkins, Jacie Jordan, Ellen Liles, Magan Mallard, Conner Markham, Drew Mason, Lindsey McDowell, Taryn McGough, Sean Metz, Johnny Mills, Kallie Minter, Braven Moore, Evelyn Overcash, Calyn Parker, Jessica Rateliff, Donna Jo Rowe, Madison Sims, Macie Sims, Cara Teague, Seth Thornton, Charles Vann, Laramie Williams, Hannah Williams and Savannah Young

College Hill Orchestra is shown. (Submitted photo)

College Hill Orchestra is shown. (Submitted photo)

11th Grade—Ashlynn Brewer, Cason Brigham, James Bush, Raeleigh Chambless, Olivia Cross, Brooklyn Davis, Jayden Dawson, Matthew Dickerson, Kelli Everett, Ruby Goza, Brett Gregory, Kerry Harvin, Peyton Helms, Gracey Hensley, Joe Hinds, Anna Jeane, Baylee Johnson, Dalton Jones, Madelin Knotts, Caedmon Kyles, Carolyn Nottingham, Hunter Oakes, Aspen Powell, Sarah Resendiz, Dalton Savell, Joel Steinhardt, Carlie Teague, Colby Thompson, Zion Van Dusen, Karlie Ward, Mandy Watson and Haylee Wren

12th Grade—Jacob Abbott, Darren Battle, Janie Bentley, Luke Davis, Elizabeth Ghio, Samantha Guffey, Braylee Hagan, Breana Helms, Hayden Hyman, Savannah Knotts, Dylan Rushing, Morgan Thomas, Lillian Williams and Katlin Wood


College Hill Middle School students were invited to perform on Nov. 2 at the Arkansas String Teachers Association Junior Honors Orchestra Festival.

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