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Excellence in education

By Staff
July 18, 2001
The 2001-2002 Southeast Middle School cheerleaders won several awards during camp this summer. On the front row, from left, are Ashley Brown, Camron Agerton, Brittany Lewis and Brittany Davis; middle row, from left, are Brittany Butler, Lindsay Dearman, Ashley McClelland, Melissa Cutts, Erin Johnson and Hope Ferguson; back row, from left, are Melissa Bean, Jamie Albanese, Callie Nelson, Lacy Thomas and coach, Debbie Dearman.
CLINTON Southeast Middle School cheerleaders recently returned from the Universal Cheerleaders Association Camp on the Mississippi College campus. More than 300 cheerleaders participated in the four-day event.
The Southeast squad came home with several awards, including superior ratings during evaluations each night, a spirit stick at the end of each evening and the All-Superior trophy.
The squad placed second in cheer for the junior high division during final competition.
Travis Carey Headley graduated summa cum laude May 19 from St. Mary's University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. He also earned a bachelor's degree from Bayla University in Waco, Texas, in 1996. He will be working for a Texas Supreme Court judge for a year, and then focus on corporate litigation with a major firm in San Antonio. Travis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus and Joan Headley of San Antonio, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Foch Headley of Livingston, Ala.
His wife, Michelle Bammel Headley, graduated cum laude May 11 from Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine. She works as a veterinarian in San Antonio. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bammel of Huntsville, Texas, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bammel of Houston, Texas.
HATTIESBURG The following students were named to the University of Southern Mississippi Dean's List for the 2001 spring semester.
Dean's List scholars are those with at least a 3.25 grade-point average but less than a 4.0:
Meridian: Kimberly Diane Blackwell, Mary Michele Buxton, Christopher Brian Davis, Amee Lynne Follis, Zolan M. Henderson, Michele Renee Johnson, Melanie Ellen Kemp, Lance Steven Malley, Mary Claire McDonald, Megan Christine Pankiewicz, Colleen Renee Prescott, Susan Elizabeth Richards, Chadwick Lee Roberts, Clyde Dean Rose, Erin Alexanderia Royal, Ayla Onea Ruffin, Amanda Kristin Satterwhite, Camelia Katessa Smith, John Mark Snowden, Torrin Leshawn Tucker, Cassie Jo Walker, Trina Elberry Wilson.
Bailey: Sarah Elizabeth Tartt.
Collinsville: Sonya Leigh Clearman, Rhonda Ayn Kingery, Jennifer Lynn McCary, Anunciata Marie McElhenney, Daniel Marcus Stewart, Bradley Todd Williams.
Lauderdale: Bradley Allen Norris.
West Lauderdale Middle School students have received the following awards:
Mr. and Miss Middle School West Lauderdale: Dave Woods and Wende Estes.
Chivalrous Knight Awards: Kaitlyn McDaniel and Brett Scruggs, fifth grade; Ryan Burns, Erica Matthews, Wade Pace and Meagan Matthews, sixth grade; Emily Yerby, seventh grade; Emily Jo Havard, eighth grade.
Outstanding Student Awards: Elizabeth Page and Stephen Williams, fifth grade; Kate Gressett, Neil Robinson and C.C. Martin, sixth grade; Holly Herrington and David Parker, seventh grade; Randi Shamp and Caleb Dulaney, eighth grade.
Perfect Attendance Awards: Ashley Massey and Heather Richardson, fifth grade.
Geography Bee Winner: David Parker.
Class Favorite Awards: Neil Robinson, Kelly Nelson, Matt Naylor, Sara Havard, Sam Dulaney, Joely McDaniel, Ryan Burns, Josie Nunley, Jimmy Lee, Hayley Williams and Austin Davis, sixth grade; Ahmad Bell, Josh Jeter, Sarah Keihn and Ambrea Lane, seventh grade; Daniel Huggins, Dave Woods, Sharita Boyd and Ashley Williamson, eighth grade.
Academic Awards:
Fifth grade Kylie Rowell, Edwin Laws, Jessica Lovett, Jacob Overby, Emily Walker, Nathan Herrington, Floyd Maseda, Tracy Knight, Chase English, Britne Whitaker, Ashley Thrash, Chesney Tedder, Ashley McCraw, Garrett Wright, Stephen Williams, Elizabeth Page, Brett Scruggs, Brade Watkins, Ashley Day, Austin Buchanan, Kimberly Gaddlis, Kylie Rowell.
Sixth grade Josie Matthews, Zac Foreman, Ryan Burns, Allyson Roller,Elizabeth Roller, C.C. Martin, Brooke Mowdy, Somer Moore, Matthew Swan, Clint Brown, Brittney Winstead, Anna Harrison, Adam Keller, Kate Gressett, Jeff Jones, Matt Naylor, Anna Switzer, Katy Nabors, Brian Knox, Sam Dulaney, Riley Walton, Morgan Roberts, Franklin Gaddis, Mindy Wilder, Heather Berrey.
Seventh grade David Parker, Betsey Mitchell, Katie Mathieu, Justin Gossett, Holly Herrington, Teriosha Moore, Cee Cee Hampton.
Eighth grade Jessica Moore, Amy Fleming, Brandon Almand, Caleb Dulaney, Shelee Hurtt, Josh Sonak, Stacy Alford, J.D. Fuller, Madeline Lowe.
HATTIESBURG Sandra Shelton, a tutor at Northeast Elementary School attended the Association Method workshop June 11 to 15 at the University of Southern Mississippi.
The program, sponsored by the DuBard School for Language Disorders, taught teachers to help children with severe language disorders, hearing impairments, learning disabilities, dyslexia or other communication disorders. It also taught them to help children learn to establish a code-breaking system for reading skills.