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Student News - January 23, 2013
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 10:00 AM
Trimble County Middle School recently announced their second nine weeks honor roll for the 2012-2013 school year. Students named to the honor roll include:
A: Cree Beeles, Jenna Callis, Hannah Congleton, Bailey Duke, Alexis England, Zachary Haller, Alyssa Hano, Justin James, Will Kunselman, Dane Lacefield, Jessica Liter, Keegan May, Andrew Siemon, Tori Smith, Evan Stevens, Landon Sutherland, Laken Taylor, Lauryn Tuttle, Grant Weaver, Alanda Wilson and David Zimmerman.
A and B: Hunter Andrews, Bradley Bosse, Thomas Cifranik, Ashlynn Cissell, Logan Clifford, Nathan Clifford, Rebecca Corley, David Duncan, Andrew Edmondson, Dakota Falconberry, Brody Fugate, Jacob Horn, Juanita Kelley, Kaila Lira, Collin Logsdon, Austin McFall, Gabriel Monroe, Candace Neal, Levi Neff, Bevany Phelps, Hunter Powell, Shayman Quire, Duncan Ralston, Jaelynn Simmons, Hayli Smith, Ben Stevens, Hannah Turman, Loren Wallace, Sandra Washington, Breanna Wieber, Joseph Williams and Dustin Wright.
A: Preston Allen-Hernandez, Ella Aponte, Jasmine Combest, Nevada Devine, Anastasia Ely, Aubrey Graves, Aaron Haney, Derek Harris, Evan Kunkel, Reese Poe, Kaelynn Pugh, Brayden Sedam, Daniella Tebib and Haley Wright.
A and B: Rebecca Ashcraft, Kaili Baxter, Jaiden Beatty, Hope Caswell, Bailie Davis, Cheyenne Donovan, Kelly Fitzgerald, Caleb Fox, Quinton Gilley, Rylee Hallgarth, Alexus Harrison, Isabella Hines, Tucker Holmes, Ethan Lauderbaugh, Destiny Louden, Nathaniel McClellan, Jazzmyne Morales, Shelby Murray, Breanna Neal, Breanna Perry, Joe Pollock, Olivia Seward, Karli Tilley, Charity Villines, Weston Wentworth, Tyler Westrick, Christian Wilberding, Mary Williamson and Zayley Zaring.
A: Autumn Ames, Tessa Chilton, Sam Frye, Chandler Howerton, Kayla Jones, Kallie Kaufman, Diane Payton, Cameron Poe, Ian Reams, Jenna Rowlett, Kate Staples, Maranda Ward, Zachary Wright and Adam Young.
A and B: Yasleydis Alonso, Shelbe Black, Anissa Blair, Brady Callis, Cameron Caudle, Kaylee Clifford, Nicholas Drake, Kendall Ely, Jordan Fox, Hayley Goff, Tanyon Gould, Makayla Hall, Seth Hicks, Carrie Hornback, Brooke Huff, Aaron Kelley, Lesley Ledington, Emily Line, Donovan Liter, Halee Luellen, Johnathan Pollock, Destini Potter, Andrew Pyles, Cheyenne Riddle, Hogan Ritter, Vanessa Robles, John-Michael Sachleben, Nathan Serafin, Isaiah Shelley, Lena Staley, Katelyn Via, Cole Wallace and Kaitlyn Zimmerman.
Saint Michael's College student, Abbey Stillwell, daughter of Carla M. Stillwell of Madison and Patrick Stillwell of Woodbury, Minn., studied abroad for the fall 2012 semester. Stillwell, a junior psychology major, studied at the Universitat Wien in Vienna, Austrai. Stillwell is a graduated of Shawe Memorial Junior-Senior High School.
Hilary Deuser of Hanover spent the fall semester of the 2012-2013 school year studying abroad at Harlaxton College, the University of Evansville's British campus near Grantham, England.
Deuser, who is majoring in nursing, was among 154 students who participated in classes that semester at Harlaxton, which is housed in a 120-room Victorian manor in the East Midlands countryside.
The Harlaxton curriculum features a six-hour core course, The British Experience, which offers an interdisciplinary introduction to British life and culture. Literature, art history, economics, history, and political science are part of the course, which combines lectures, seminars, and field trips to locations such as Lincoln and London. In addition to The British Experience, students enroll in a range of classes in the liberal arts and pre-professional studies.
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