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May 31, 2012

Chalk Talk May 31, 2012

General Myer Elementary School

Compiled by Jill Peterson

The following students were recognized for yearlong academic excellence or for perfect attendance during the school year which ended on May 24.

Academic Excellence

Sophia Hannum, Joshua Sproul, Payton Street, Myah Childs, Strati Young, Ava Tenpenny, Keaton Lemelin, Grace Kim, Christopher Miller, Riley Schulte, Zerah Caoile, Victorea Sangvic, Emily Gilbert, Mikayla Bredshall, Madison Frorsythe, Taylor McGarrah, Annabelle McClanahan, Evan Shreffler, Nicholas Connaughton, Terrence Baumgartner, Ashely Hall, Siera Moreno, Brandon Lopez, Mariah Pierre, Stephen Trevino, Bailey Clark, Madison Fichter, Summer Ross, Ryah Taylor, Meghan Campbell, Michela Foreman, Connor Store, Brandon Deleon, Annie Ricks, Madison Emery, Kaila Hart, Nicholas Campbell, Tamia Booth, Braden Fisher, Robert Sangvic, Jack Falkner, Kristi Mendenhall, Cody Hull, Isabella Walters, John Byrd, Amelia Lozano, and  Ilana Smalls.

Perfect Attendance

Joshua Sproul, Myah Childs, Gordon Chambers, Chloe Gonato, Josh Sharp, Taylor McGarrah, Brianna Collier, Danasia Stewart, Madison Fields-Herring, Keneth Holmes III, Brandon Lopez, Stephen Trevino, Charles Haney, Annalisa Lee, Brooke Swinton

Congratulations to everyone who was recognized for special honors during the 2011/2012 school year. This includes all who made the honor rolls, who were complimented for outstanding growth or who had excellent attendance. May everyone have a fun-filled and safe summer. See you in August!

 

Colonel Smith Middle School

Block party marks end of school

Skylar Clayton, 12, who will enter 8th grade during the coming school year, participates in the obstacle course during Colonel Smith Middle School’s block party May 23. The entire school participated in the end-of-year event that ushered in the start of summer vacation. May 24 was the last day of school for Fort Huachuca Accommodation School students.

 

Colonel Johnston Elementary School

The end is here!

Adam Baer, 8, gets a congratulatory hug from his mom, Kellie, on May 24, the last day of school. Adam and his family are going on a trip to the Grand Canyon over the summer vacation.

Sarah Boston, 6, gets off the bus on the last day of school near the Fort Huachuca Museum on May 24. She plans to go swimming and to learn to play the piano over the summer. The Memorial Day weekend marked the first weekend of summer vacation for Fort Huachuca youth.




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