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SPOTSYLVANIA SCHOOLS

November 25, 2012 12:10 am

Battlefield Elementary

The following students were were recognized for being responsible the first nine weeks:

Third grade--Suraia Abud, Josh Furr, Malia Welham, Brycen Edwards, Bianca Castro, Tamer Timraz, Adam Cook, Laura Geslock, Collin McInteer, Maverick Hayes

Fourth grade--Nakayla Figgins, Grace Liu, Jhasmelly Melgar, Jaclyn Curtis-Chapman, Paulo Pulido, Stephanie Biscamp, Meghan Miller, Baylor Gallagher

Fifth grade--Zoe Decker, Ashley Jimenez, Hannah Hadeed, Luke Wintersgill, Kylee Tuebner, Rivaldo Osorio, Savannah Spaven, Joyce Ellis, Tanya Sancen, Alex Dixon.

--Sandra Decatur

Livingston Elementary

The following students received Positive Referrals last week: Maurice Cutlip, Gavin Garland, Donte Miller and David Mabie.

The following students are involved in the Eagle Eye News show for the month of November. Austin Dodd, Dallas Owens, Savannah Marcum and Tyler Cook.

The following students wre elected for the SCA: President, Zachary Kreutzer; Vice President, Justiz Ballard; Secretary, Cierra Mills; and Sergeant-at-Arms, Chloe O'Reilly.

--Karen Dominick

Riverview Elementary

Flag bearers are J.T. Blake, Allana Johnston, Skylar Stahl and and Talyor Roberson.

Studio 97 Morning Broadcasters are Allison Berry, Scott Daley, Brittany Lamb and Zack Miller.

Safety patrol monitors are Ijah Langham-Anderson, Claire Blizzard, Elizabeth Doyle, Jeovani Guadamuz, Brittany Lamb, Rachel Sledd, Paige Sullivan and Julianne White.

Principal's Class of the Week is Amy Marshall's second-grade class.

Awards Ceremony Recognition from the first nine weeks:

Fifth grade

All A's--Tucker Hoben, Billy Virganio, Jesenia Henriquez, Skylar Jackman, Will Park, Wyatt Schooley, Hope Banta, Natalie Buchanan, Robert Cloughley, Brittany Lamb

Honor Roll--Syrell Jackson, Karley Jarvis, Charles Kramer, Geannina Luciano, William McCain, Caitlyn McKinney, Alexyz Phillips, Emily Sellers, Rachel Sledd, Julianne White, Jacob Bird, Claire Blizzard, Diamond Carter, Tiffani Delano, Kayla Kosco, Evan Newberry, Emily Simmons, Julie McLaughlin, Alex Bennett, Ethan Cavendish, Moira Cunningham, Joey Douglass, Logan Duff, Maddie Foreman, Summer Gallimore, Jeovani Guadamuz, Rylee Johnson, Caleb Morton, Cole Thompson, Alvin Ramos-Rodriguez, Paige Sullivan, Deontae Thompson, Lauren Fiery, Giancarlo Gonzalez, Keon Trotter

Fourth grade

All A's--Brenna Morefield, Ethan Wrye, Jose Guadamuz, Jayde Kee, Hayden King, Emily Marshall, Courtney Nave, Nadia Varga, Andrew Zhang, Emily Catlett, Aiden Gorham, Taylor Gray, Christy Hinnefeld, Emma Seacrist

Honor Roll--Kayla Davies, Robert Gallahan, Heaven Hofmann, Joshua Johnson, Allana Johnston, Preston Knight, Marlea Luciano, Karlee Via, Hunter Williams, David Burks, Joel Byrd, Katie Cline, Katie Haynes, Michael Lunsford, Luke Morley, Justin Rose, Justin Saunders, Ellie Schooley, Kallie Buchanan, Aria Coleman, Ashton Ennis, Christian Jones, Jacob Romero, Kaden Schickel, Riley VanReenen, Shatiera Walker, Michael Hackett, JT Blake, Caleb Hockaday, Maurice Kay, Tristan Luzier, Jordan Noel, Hailey Payne, Trent Staats, Lily Walker

Third grade

All A's--Ryan Cloughley, Lola Garvie, Andreus Johnston, Kyle Kinch, Solon Marshall, Carter McCormick, Miranda Parrish, Morgan McCormick, Miranda Parrish, Morgan Williamson, Jorgia Winn, Joshua Alger, Cadence Allen, Joey Ferguson, Alex Montgomery, Tomas Villareal, Emily Collins, Rebecca Waters, Kayden Whitlock, Kaitlyn Woodard, Ethan Asimacopoulos, Michael Carneal, Normandy Carter, Allison Embrey, Majorie Sanchez, Darren Scercy, Alayna Zinser

Honor Roll--Brian Bateman, Ariana Benitez, Brooklyn Bogart, Jamin Elliott, Ethan Foster, Dylan Rossbach, Stephanie Salvas, Mason Spencer, Caleb Brown, Kaydence Brown, Bryce Carr, Deztiny Craig, Jacob Hewitt, Madisen Newcomer, Seth Phelps, Mark Asimacopoulos, Taylor Banks, Morgan Bowman, Skyler Buchanan, Caleb Collins, Brian Crisp, Emily Cross, Aaron Davies, Logan Gulick, Kesiah Hicks, James Jordan, Jonathan McCain, Jacob McKinney, Bella Payne, Ryan Reeves, Evan Baker, Kiandra Bowers, Dante Braden, Zachary, Byies, Nolin Carr, William DeJesus, James Franck, Emily Gray, Heather Hilldrup, Ashley Litchfield, Joey McDonnel, Noemi Rodriguez, Jacob Shiflett, Gabriel Smith, Dwayne Thurston, Scott Wilson.

--Lisa Edson

Robert E. Lee Elementary

The following students received the Mustang Magic Principal's Award for the first nine weeks: Destiny Mendoza, Logan McGhee, Madison Brown, Andrew Woodard, Cody McLaren, Grace Joos, Angelina Davis, Luke Gregory, Angel Martinez, Iyana Lewis, Thomas Compton, Marilyn Cope, Ellie Coy, Max Dickey, Caleb Dawson, Aleithia Bruere, Trevor Holladay, Annalise Bourgeois, Brianna Barron and Joseph Cormier.

Students of the week are Eli Taylor, Allie Bruere, Yahaira Perez-Solis, Malik Jackson, Rosemary Cormier and Logan Ealley.

--Linda Wersching

Ni River Middle

Ni River Middle School recently won the Spotsylvania County Middle School Debate League's first tournament of the year. The topic was resolved: Mitt Romney should be elected president based on his fiscal, foreign and domestic policies. Forty-two teams of two students from six county schools participated in the tournament. Taking top honors on the con (negative) side were Stefany Dunlap and Zachary Short. Khailah Griffin and Morgan Johns took third place on the con side. On the pro (affirmative) side, Sam Camp and Anna Small took second place, and Sarah Pattillo and Madison Calicchia took third place. Ni River brought 12 teams to the competition; eight of these teams finished in the top 10 in their respective categories.

Top performers in Ni River's Pumpkin Run, a 1.2-mile cross country run over the school grounds, were Jacob Calabrese 7:40 (boys) and Elizabeth Hummel 8:10 (girls). Students in every physical education class participated in the run.

--Barbara McWhirt

Post Oak Middle

The school has been involved in several projects to support wounded warriors and soldiers still serving, raising $412, which was donated to VA Wounded Warriors Project, and 16 2-gallon bags full of goodies were sent to a squadron still stationed in Afghanistan. These projects correlated with a schoolwide reading initiative of the novel "Operation Yes" by Sara Lewis Holmes.

--Kristen Weidle





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