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February 17, 2014

Dan and Jalinna Jones Education ceremony

COMMERCE — The Hunt/Hopkins County AFrican American Leadership Conference, Commerce Ministerial Alliance and Kappa alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. (of Texas A&M University-Commerce) have announced the winners of the annual Dan and Jalinna Jones Education Awards.

The awards ceremony will take place on Feb. 23 at 2:30 p.m. in the Rayburn Student Center on the A&M-Commerce Campus, in Conference Room A.

A complete list of the individuals that will be honored is below. The individuals were selected for the awared because of their outstanding acadmeic performance, school involvement, excellence in educaiton, school attendance or leadership in education. Principals and teachers were selected by the sponsoring groups.

The keynote speaker will be Dr. Frank Ashley, retired vice chancellor for academic affairs of the Texas A&M University System.

Principals of the Year:

David Welch, Commerce High School (Commerce ISD), Josh Williams, Sulphur Springs High School, (Sulphur Springs ISD), Kristin Monk, Sulpur Springs  Elementary School (Sulphur Springs ISD) Donna Rother, Carver Elementary (Greenville ISD), James Evan, 6th Grace Center (Greenville ISD)

Teachers of the Year:

Valerie Robinson, Commerce High School (Commerce ISD), Claudia Grarcia, L.P. Waters Early Chilhood Center (Greenville ISD),  Ashanta Alexander, Sulphur Springs Elementary School (Sulphur Springs ISD), Lesvia Albritton, L.P. Waters Early Childhood Center (Greenville ISP), Troiana Hoffman, Greenville Sixth Grade Center (Greenville ISD),  Debra Goodson, Sulphur Springs ECLC (Sulphur Springs ISD), Anita Godbolt, Sulphur Springs ECLC, ( Sulphur Springs ISD),Tiffany Huey, Greenville Sixth Grade Center (Greenville ISD),  Rita Taylor, Sulphur Springs ECLC (Sulphur Springs ISD), Silvesta Alexander, Douglas Elementary School, (Sulphur Springs ISD), Charmayne Cherry-Scott, (Wolfe City ISD), Dr. Marian Edwards (Paris ISD), Marilyn Dunlap (Mesquite ISD),  Angelia Corona, Sulphur Springs ECLC (Sulphur Springs ISD), Anita Godbolt, Sulphur Springs ECLC (Sulphur Springs ISD), Matt Brewer, Commerce High School (Commerce ISD)

Students of the Year:

Commerce ISD:

Commerce Elementary School:  Nathan Williams, Lyric Pittman, Khalaizah Martin, Anson Jones II,  Braydon Bozeman-Davis

Commerce High School:  Shaqualla Galloway, Analyse Bell, Demetric Jenning , Matt Robinson, Sam Wells

Greenville ISD:

Greenville Middle School:  Jakwan Allen, Tara Brown, Isaiah Dean, Tashara Johnson, Faith McCoy

Greenville New Horizons Learning Center: Blake Thomas,  Gloria Padilla,  Angel Murray, Kevin Vasquez,  Cassidy Ball

Greenville Sixth Grade Center: Shakailyah Wyatt, Xavier George, Jennifer Soto, Madison Champion, Shaterrika Hobdy,

Greenville High School:  Braylon Champion, Layton Prado, Jordan Nelson, Collen Wilburn, Ra’Mia Wilson,

Greenville LP Waters ECLC: Jamitri Mutcherson, Rymington Wade, Khloe Jones, Bryton Young,  Summa McGlothing

Sulphur Springs ISD:

Travis Primary Sulphur Springs:  Donavan Perry, E’Dream Jones,  Kori Rogers, Justin Debase,  Alieca Ford, Trayvon Ford,

Sulphur Springs Hiigh School: Christopher Miles, Barry Stribling, Charmaine Crook, Courtney Crook,  Alexandria Chancellor

Lamar Primary School:  Maegan Dial, Parker Jefferson, Ireland Fite, Malachi Roland

Texas A&M University-Commerce Professors of The Year:

Dr. Chester Robinson, Dr. Stuart Anderson, Dr. Mildred Golden Pryor, Dr. Jeff Herndon, and Mr. Omar Brown

Texas A&M University-Commerce Students of The Year:

Devondrick Walker, Lina Munevar, Taylor Haynes, Briana Harrison, Relius Johnsonk, Akosua Martin.

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