2012-06-20 / School News

burke county public schools HONORS DAY

BES Awards 2012


Third graders earning the highest academic averages in their classroom are from left front row: Jamari Howard-Highest academic average in the 3rd grade, Nigel Daughtry, James Jackson, Mary Cate Jackson, Elsa Withers and Ja’Michael Pierce; and middle school: Jeremy Jenkins, Terry Davis, Kelvin Hughes, Travis Long, Brent Blackburn and Jamari Abrams; and back row: Doris Cross, Shiderica Hiers, Tyrek Scott, Alexis Copeland and Tyler Bruce. Third graders earning the highest academic averages in their classroom are from left front row: Jamari Howard-Highest academic average in the 3rd grade, Nigel Daughtry, James Jackson, Mary Cate Jackson, Elsa Withers and Ja’Michael Pierce; and middle school: Jeremy Jenkins, Terry Davis, Kelvin Hughes, Travis Long, Brent Blackburn and Jamari Abrams; and back row: Doris Cross, Shiderica Hiers, Tyrek Scott, Alexis Copeland and Tyler Bruce. Blakeney Elementary School’s 34th annual Honors Day program was held on May 21. The programs honored students who excelled this school term in areas such as leadership, scholarship, attendance, citizenship and service to the school.



Fourth graders earning the highest academic averages in their classroom are, from left, front row: Elijah Farrow-Highest academic average for the 4th grade, Todd Oglesby, DeAyrrian Williams, Garry Fulcher, Joseph Ryan Alley, Jesus Saenz and Jalen Harden; and back row: Keith Lancaster, Samantha Mooneyham, Amaya Griffin, Marissa Gomez, Jamecia McReed, Timothy Hankerson, Carlton Holmes and Janessa Jones. Fourth graders earning the highest academic averages in their classroom are, from left, front row: Elijah Farrow-Highest academic average for the 4th grade, Todd Oglesby, DeAyrrian Williams, Garry Fulcher, Joseph Ryan Alley, Jesus Saenz and Jalen Harden; and back row: Keith Lancaster, Samantha Mooneyham, Amaya Griffin, Marissa Gomez, Jamecia McReed, Timothy Hankerson, Carlton Holmes and Janessa Jones.

Fifth graders earning the highest academic averages in their classroom are, from left, front row: Rosemary Durant -Highest academic average for the 5th grade, Melvin Williams, Cody Templeton, Patrick Wesby, Ale’ana Williams and Eric Laforce; and back row: Trevon, Gordon, Rebekah Smith, Riley Clayburn, Ar’Nyya Walden, Elijah Harper, Ian Marchinton, Keshawnia Jones and Tatyanna Osborne. Fifth graders earning the highest academic averages in their classroom are, from left, front row: Rosemary Durant -Highest academic average for the 5th grade, Melvin Williams, Cody Templeton, Patrick Wesby, Ale’ana Williams and Eric Laforce; and back row: Trevon, Gordon, Rebekah Smith, Riley Clayburn, Ar’Nyya Walden, Elijah Harper, Ian Marchinton, Keshawnia Jones and Tatyanna Osborne.

Joshua Jones earned the Top Accelerated Reader award for the 3rd grade with 301 points, Jesus Saenz earned the Top Accelerated Reader award for the 4th grade with 482 points, and Riley Clayburn earned the Top Accelerated Reader award for the 5th grade with 787.7 points. Joshua Jones earned the Top Accelerated Reader award for the 3rd grade with 301 points, Jesus Saenz earned the Top Accelerated Reader award for the 4th grade with 482 points, and Riley Clayburn earned the Top Accelerated Reader award for the 5th grade with 787.7 points.

Broc Flakes received the Lela W. Stone Perfect attendance award for having perfect attendance from kindergarten through fifth grade. Broc Flakes received the Lela W. Stone Perfect attendance award for having perfect attendance from kindergarten through fifth grade.

Kameron Brinson and Kitty Lewis were awarded the Flag Assistant of the Year Award for their outstanding service at BES. Kameron Brinson and Kitty Lewis were awarded the Flag Assistant of the Year Award for their outstanding service at BES.

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