Excellence in education
July 13, 2001
The following students were named to the Northeast High School Superintendent's List for the fourth term of the school year:
Ninth grade: Anna Cagle, Wilson Christian, Amber Gray, Jessica Gray, Andrea Hodges, Brandon Howell, Ashley Kelly, Lucas Maxwell, Lucy Newman, Brandy Ochello, Zach Shelton, Jonathan Sheperd, Rachel Spencer, Brittany Thomas, Carlin Webster.
10th grade: Cody Abrams, Melissa Brents, Alex Curry, Alex Forbis , Laurie Foster, Anna Hall, Jamie Jones, Laura Lang, Blakely Manning, Katrina McElroy, Kathryn McNair, Taylor Milling, Theo Naylor, Blair Rawson, Patrick Smith, Ryan Sweet, Lauren Webb, Charles White.
11th grade: Brandon Broadus, Tara Clayton, Tina Dodd, Leslie Downing, Dusty Hedgpeth, Joseph Hime, Tony Pearce, Justin Qualls, Krist Swift, Allison Trammell, Heather Wallace, Tabitha Wilson.
12th grade: Joel Baker, Kristina Barrett, Leslie Boling, Nathan Cole, Kenneth Deaton, Jessica Jarman, Kron Johnson, Jimmy Kelly, Jonathan King, John Kueven, Larry Mosley.
The following students were named to the Northeast High School Dean's List for the fourth term of the school year:
Ninth grade: Jessica Anderson, Korey Brooks, Chad Brunson, Madgellynt Coppins, David Curry, Brittany Davis, Jon Davis, Matthew Davison, Kyle Doherty, Rus Fears, Samantha Goffrier, Stephanie Gooch, Aaron Graham, Cory Griffin, Allison Hamrick, Jonathan Hamrick, Heather Henry, Crystal Hopson, Donald Jones, James Kennedy, Capri Norris, Marcus Ransom, An'gelee Salpietra, Shalonda Silliman, Danielle Smith, Jason Speed, Paul Tate, Grace Ann Watkins, Jessica Young.
10th grade: Drew Anderson, Coretta Barnett, Kalissa Bramlett, Steven Brown, Sharonda Burton, Bobbi Jo Cradic, Toni Davenport, Angelito DeVera, Ryan Follin, Fred Fulton, Megan Garrett, Cynthia Gates, Shannon Gibbs, Wesley Gray, Robert Hill, Travis Huntley, Quiyona Jackson, Kristina Jenkins, Britney Jordan, Jamie Kerr, Latoya Lake, Amanda Lopez, April Lussier, Melinda Mallard, Crystal McCarty, Michael McShane, Branden Miller, Jeffrey Mosley, David Naylor, Raleigh Odom, Rebecca Pou, Stacey Reeves, James Stowe, Fred Thornton, Ashley Twilley, Joel Weaver, David Williams.
11th grade: Brandon Beddingfield, Katie Bergin, Chassity Blanks, Marcus Brown, Sydney Clayton, Rossie Coats, Lauren Covington, Marcus Davis, Creeoisha Denman, Rickkita Finley, Nicholas Greer, April Harper, Chiquita Hopson, Latoya Hopson, Jay Jacobs, Nicole Lovett, Melinda McNeil, Zach Olczak, Jeremy Robinson, Robert Simpson, Gabrielle Slay, Joseph Steinke, Drew Stribling, Jeremy Wright.
12th grade: Casey Abrams, Ashley Adams, John David Barr, Stephen Bergin, Brandi Boswell, John Bouder, Courtney Bourrage, Debrah Bratton, Jennifer Brooks, Dana Bullard, Evelise Chagas, Cassie Chance, Jessica Clarke, Ana Lisa Cumberland, Lauren Denham, Mark Donald, Miles Donald, Ryan Fike, Will Gardner, Phillip Garrett, Abby Gatlin, Tamar Gibbs, Kamilah Gowdy, Clinton Hales, Blake Hargrove, Jennifer Harrell, Jennifer Harris, Shaquita Hopson, Tracy Hudson, Shayla Hull, Latoya Hunt, Russell Huntley, Marquita Jenkins, Valerie Johnson, Jennifer Jones, Marcio Juca, Katherine Lee, A.J. Long, James Margrave, Elyse Parker, Shane Phariss, Dorecious Powe, Kiley Sharp, Ben Snyder, Chase Spencer, Kyle Stoddard, Laquita Thomas, Heather Thompson, Latorya Twiggs, Brandon Williams, Jessica Willis.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. David Dewayne Chambers of Meridian received his doctor of ministry degree from Samford University during commencement May 26.
Sally L. Stacey of Meridian has received the $1,000 Fulcher-Bailey Memorial Scholarship at Mississippi State University School of Architecture.
Stacey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stacey. She is a 2001 graduate of Meridian High School.
Three area students are participating in the Cooperative Education Program at Mississippi State University.
The five-year program allows students in various fields to affiliate with a business, industrial or governmental firm while enrolled at the university.
Nathan Scott Waddell of DeKalb is majoring in management and information systems while working as a co-op student in Jackson with the Mississippi Department of Information Technology Services.
John Robert Pepper of Quitman and Mark Douglas Fleming of Philadelphia are both majoring in golf and sports turf management. Both are working as co-op students in West Point with Old Waverly Golf Course.