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BMS & BHS present 2020 Black History Program
BMS & BHS present 2020 Black History Program

BHS celebrates Black History Program 2020 Vision

For the month of February, Baldwyn High School will be celebrating their 2020 Vision for Black History Month. Last week, students led a Black History Career Expo Program with community career tables, student art work, student interpretive dance and song, student writings and personal visions along with guest speaker Keron Williams, former NFL player.

The program began with students in grades fifth through twelfth sharing their 2020 personal goals, visions, and achievements. 

“I want to grow closer to God and find His purpose for my life,” Karlyn Courtney said.

“I want to be a better version of myself and find out who I am,” Sania Liner said. 

“I want to be able to trust myself and know that every decision I make will benefit me in the future,” sophomore Saniyah Richardson said. 

The BHS Choir and others portrayed inspirational music and dance through song. A variety of career tables from within the community were represented for students to visit tables and learn more about career opportunities. 

Williams engaged the student body and staff into recalling their past and embracing their future. Williams gave a personal testimony of growing up with obstacles and hardships in his way; however, he motivated students to continue to preserve and find their purpose for the future. 

“Don’t give up. Don’t let your situation define you. Define your situation as to who you want to be,” Williams noted. 

Also throughout the month, students and staff have decorated their hallways and classroom doors in recognition of Black History Month celebrating the last 20 years of success and growth. Grades 9-12 and grades 5-8 competed in hallway decoration contests as an incentive to illustrate their best thoughts. 

“Our goal from the program was to make sure students: Envision your future. Don’t ever lose your vision despite circumstances or situations that may arise,” Assistant BHS Principal Odessa Ingram noted. 

 

 
BMS 2019 Regional Science Fair Winners
BMS 2019 Regional Science Fair Winners

Congratulations to the 2019 Science Fair Winners who competed at NEMCC for the Regional Fair.

8th Grade:

Nathan George- 1st place in Biochemistry
7th Grade:
Nathan Shaw- 1st place in Earth and Environmental Science
Ryder Oswalt- 3rd place in Inorganic Chemistry
Lily Flyod- 3rd place in Medicine and Health
Bryston Howell and Grady Allen: 1st place in Microbiology
Mia Card- 3rd place in Engineering
Bellamy Houge and Hayley Moss: 3rd place in Botany
Baldwyn Middle School - 1st place School Award 
 
BHS 5-12th Grade Arts & Assessment Parent Night
BHS 5-12th Grade Arts & Assessment Parent Night

Baldwyn High School annual Arts and Assessment Parent Night was held Monday, November 4 with 5th through 12th grade students sharing their student work and art work. Faculty and staff also provided information to parents about testing, career coaching, therapist on site, ACT, attendance, counselors, mentors, and more. Students from English I & II, art, 5-8th ELA, FCCLA, and choir shared student performances and work presentations. A video about the importance of school attendance was also presented and is available at this link: https://youtu.be/9bIV2285nko.

 
BMS Students Remember Beloved Classmate
BMS Students Remember Beloved Classmate

Baldwyn Schools holds ceremony in memory of beloved student and bus driver

 

As the weather and seasons change, so does the mind set of Baldwyn Schools and the community. On October 31, 2018, a tragedy struck our town. Baldwyn Elementary School fourth grader Dalen Thomas was struck on Highway 370 East by a traveling vehicle while boarding Bus 22 driven by Art Prentice of Baldwyn School District. Less than two months later, Prentice passed away of a heart attack.

Last week and this week, Baldwyn School District students and staff remembered the one year anniversary of the loss of their beloved classmate, student and beloved bus driver.

On Thursday, October 31, the entire student body dressed as superheroes for Halloween, for Red Ribbon Spirit Day, and for the memory of Dalen. Dalen loved superheroes and has been dubbed a superhero to his classmates and teachers.

The fifth grade class of 2027, while dressed as superheroes, held a balloon release with Dalen’s family last week on Halloween.

“I’m blessed to see Dalen’s classmates, teachers, and many others help celebrate his life and memory with a purpose,” Thomas’ mother Miranda stated.

Yesterday, district bus drivers and the family of the late Art Prentice gathered in his memory for a bench ceremony presentation.

"The bench is perfect. He would have loved it. We appreciate everything the school has done for our family," Ellen Prentice, wife of the late Art Prentice said. 

Today there are two blue metal benches on each side the Baldwyn Elementary School entrance. The bench to the left is in memory of Dalen Thomas with a superhero logo on it. The bench to the right is in memory of Art Prentice with a bus cut-out illustration on it.

“Both of these individuals will always hold a special place in the hearts and minds of Baldwyn School District and the Baldwyn community. These ceremonies are our way of showing our love, appreciation, and respect to our lost loved ones and their families and friends,” Superintendent Jason McKay said.

 
2020 BMS Science Fair Winners
2020 BMS Science Fair Winners
Congratulations to the following BMS 2020 Science Fair Winners:
 
Fifth and Sixth Grade
Behavioral and Social Science
1st Place – Ava Harvell and Shaylee Applegate
2nd Place – Addison Wilson
 
Biochemistry
1st Place – Braylee Leach
 
Animal Science
1st Place – Trey Craven and Mason Grissett
2nd Place – Chloe Shinault
 
Physics and Astronomy
1st Place – Jay Gill and Allayah Agnew
2nd Place – Isaac Allen
3rd Place – Carmen Mettler
 
Seventh and Eighth Grade
Behavioral and Social Science
1st Place – Ryder Oswalt
 
Biochemistry
1st Place – Hayden Powell and Caysen Rowan
2nd Place – Olivia Gates and T’Kiyah Selmon
 
Inorganic Chemistry
1st Place – Hayley Moss
2nd Place – Johanna Beene and Brylee Farrar
3rd Place – Dylan Johnson
 
Animal Science
1st Place – Ames Hughes
 
Health and Medicine
1st Place – Nathan Shaw
2nd Place – Lilly Floyd
 
Physics and Astronomy
1st Place – Gentry Griffin and Grady Allen
2nd Place – Bellamy Hogue
3rd Place – Hannah Acquire and Alexis Dykes
 
Plant Science
1st Place – Tristan Jackson and Bryston Howell
2nd Place – Maddee Dugger
These students will advance to Mississippi Regional Science Fair competition. 
 
2020 K-8 Counselor Needs Assessment Survey
Attention K-8th Grade Parents/Guardians:
Each year, Mrs. Miranda Garner, Baldwyn Elementary and Middle School counselor, conducts a Needs Assessment to help her understand what your students need. Please take a moment to fill out this Google Form and click submit. This will help Mrs. Garner to know what topics would be beneficial to provide lessons on in a group, individual, and/or classroom setting. If you received a Needs Assessment with your child's packet this week, there is no need to fill this Google Form out. You may send the Needs Assessment back with your child's packet. See link below to complete assessment. Thank you in advance for your support!
 
Baldwyn students claim state science fair titles
Baldwyn students claim state science fair titles
Baldwyn students claim state science fair titles
Baldwyn’s junior high students excelled in this year’s 2018 science fair competitions. 
Twenty-three total students participated in the Regional Science Fair at Northeast Mississippi Community College last month. Five of those students advanced to the state science fair level on April 5. 
Rodney Shelley placed first at state competition in Robotics and Engineering; Jackson Allen placed third at state competition in Computer Science and Math; Carla Underwood competed at state competition in Behavior and Social Science; and Jamaury Marshall and Braylon Pippin placed first at regionals and were unable to attend the state competition. 
Baldwyn’s seventh and eighth science teacher Reneetra Pippin led students through their research and studies for the local, regional, and state levels. 
 
“Rodney did really well in physical science, especially when we had our unit on electrical energy.  He loves anything dealing with motors and that’s what led him in that area. His dad has a car shop, and he helps him and does a lot of hands-on work.  He was very detailed in his project and understood it and answered any questions the judges had,” Pippin said. 
“Jackson Allen is brilliant in all categories.  I don’t know how long he worked on his project, but it was something he was interested in. He presented his project well before his peers and the judges.  He is passionate about his work.  His project was probably on a high school level, and he knew exactly what he was talking about. I’m sure the judges felt same way I did when he presented it,” Pippin added. 
“Carla Underwood chose her project because she was interested in that area. She chose that project because She felt she was able to relate to some of her reasearch. Her project being presented on a personal level helped her do well at regionals and advance to state,” Pippin noted. 
“Braylon Pippin and Jamaury Marshall worked as a team. They made a homemade fire extinguisher.  They were curious to know if it would put out a fire.  Their curiosity won them first place at the regional fair. They chose this project out of curiosity, and they did a great job explaining it. They advanced to the science fair at Jackson State but was unable to attend,” Pippin added.
Students who participated in the Regional Science Fair include Carla Underwood, Madee Murphy, Sadie Morris, Tess Parker, Amelia Nelson, Alex Wilson, Kyndal Jacobs, Braxton Tigner, Braylon Pippin, January Marshall, Seth Bratton, Nathan George, Jenna Klaire Duvall, Wade Barron, Aydan Farrar, Xzayvian Williams, Meg Gamble, Jada Shinault, Sommer Tyes, Jackson Allen, and Rodney Shelley.
“I tell my students ‘You get out what you put in.’ These students work ethic, determination, and passion about their projects guided them to their success. I’m very proud I get a chance everyday to be a part of their learning.” 

 

 
Baldwyn Schools celebrate No One Eats Alone
Baldwyn Schools celebrate No One Eats Alone

Baldwyn students celebrate “No One Eats Alone”

Demi Roberts

Staff Writer

 

Baldwyn Schools’ students in grades fifth through eighth celebrated a positive prevention initiative designed to promote inclusion of all students on the middle school levels across the nation last week. 

Magnolia Health hosted an assembly in honor of National No One Eats Alone Day, created by the non-profit Beyond Differences. Throughout the week, students learned about social isolation and the negative impact it can have on a student’s health and academic performance. Baldwyn’s Jan Bryan was the acting representative of Magnolia Heath to lead the campaign.

“I feel this program was a positive experience for everyone involved. Throughout this week already we have found that being kind and showing empathy can create a warm welcoming place for everyone. A simple, random act of kindness, like making sure no one sits along in the cafeteria, can change a person’s entire day. That is a very powerful idea. I hope everyone walked away with a better perception of how kindness can literally change a person’s life,” BMS School Counselor Miranda Garner said. 

Social isolation is a preventable public-health crisis affecting millions of students and has been identified as a precursor to bullying, self harm and community violence. Students have shown that given the tools, they will stand up for others as empathetic and caring activists, and not be passive by-standers.

Students completed several different activities throughout the week that dealt with being kind and recognizing the positive effects of showing empathy towards others. 

“This program was beneficial by aiming at reducing bullying and helping with suicide prevention. We want to make sure all students have a fair opportunity during their daily education,” BHS Principal Jeff Palmer noted. 

The final day, students were met with a decorated cafeteria, door prizes, and a week’s worth of reflection on what kind of atmosphere can be fostered at Baldwyn Schools when kindness rises above all else.

“We are thankful that Magnolia Health selected our school to promote this campaign for our students to learn and better their lives for a successful future,” Superintendent Jason McKay said. 

 
BMS 3rd 9 Weeks Academic Awards

BMS 3rd 9 Weeks Academic Awards

Principal’s List

5th Grade: Grady Allen, Rachel Angeles, Abbey Buse, Jack Buse, Mia Card, Will Chase, Madee Kate Dugger, Lilly Floyd, Kayleigh Gates, Gentry Griffin, Stephen Hollis, Bryston Howell, Janiyah Johnson, Sania Liner, Gage McCarver, Hayley Moss, Hastin Nelson, Kylie Thomas, Gunner Wesson

6th Grade: Shannon Agnew, Zykerria Crump, Adam Floyd, Meg Gamble, Nathan George, Jonathan Harper, Tavian Miller, Sadie Morris, Madelyn Murphy, Amelia Nelson, Matthew Oakes, Tanner Palmer, Teresa Parker, Kaitlyn Shelley, Joseph Stewart, Braxton Tigner, John Turner, McKinzie Tyes, Sommer Tyes, Jy Quon Wallace, Abby Weatherbee, Alex Wilson

7th Grade: John Allen, Gabrel Bennett, Seth Bratton, Emma Buse, Arlaychja Buse, Jakayla Dilworth, William Gillespie, Keylee Harris, Shania Hines, Jordan McMillian, Mason Morris, Saniyah Richardson, Matilon Roberson, Xander Stone, Andy Trollinger, Carla Underwood, Dailon War, Ayunna Witherspoon

8th Grade: Amil Billips, Alisia Billups, Addison Floyd, Melanie Gardner, Javion Gates, Joseph Harper, Emilee Hill, Nathaniel Jarchow, Callie-Francis McKay, Maddux Richey, Brianna Sanders, Jamecia Walker, MesMariah Welch, Bronson Wheeler

Honor Roll

5th Grade: Nathan Bean, Lamiyia Bonds, Andrew Bowens, James Brock, Alexis Dykes, Kiley Fincher, Bellamy Hogue, Paul King, Katelyn Large, Mollie McKay, James McKiney, Jeffery Oswalt, Logan Pratt, Madison Roberts, Savannah Sawyer, Miracle Scales, Braylon Taylor, Paris Ward, Aalayja Wicks, Gracie Williams

6th Grade: Kinya Anderson, Cayden Armstrong, Elaina Bridges, Quindaris Burres, Mason Calomese, James Clark, Haley Crutchfield, Jenna Klaire Duvall, Carl Dykes, Bell Floyd, Anna Clair Hendrix, Kristian Hill, Kyndal Jacobs, Cody Lindley, Jamaury Marshall, J’Quavious Miller, Aria Mister, J Kwon Amarion, Braylon Pippin, Saphair Price, Aiyden Scales, Jada Shinault, Rodney Stewart, ZKhiara Stewart

7th Grade: Joseph Abbott, Malik Barnes, Wade Barron, Elsa Beene, Taitiana Beene, Makaylin Billups, Madison Burks, Bradly Cagle, Lamara Cayson, Kidon Cole, Katrina Crawford, Madison Dykes, Ella Ensey, Aydan Farrar, Marley Freeman, Shondreya Gates, Kelsey Green, Hunter Hester, Reagan Lee, Cameron Mitchell, Trevor Rakestraw, Summer Rodgers, Elijah Scales, Nakkitos Scales, Sidney Scales, Hayle Shinault, Kelsey Wade, Colton Wammack, QUntavious Watkins, Xzayvier Williams

8th Grade: Sirenty Agnew, Jesse Barker, Jaiden Bell, Marques Bell, Minangual Bell, Ty-teuina, Kylan Billips, Jeffrey Bridges, Morgan Buse, Presious Chapman, Tanner Cook, Brady Cooepr, Tyreque Cunningham, Sarah Gillard, Dylan Hamblin, Nylah Herman, Joseph Hill, LaEmbri McGaha, Kerrington McGauhty, Ryan Milton, Tiffany Moad, Madelyn Palmer, Brandon Parker, Jeffrey Roberts, Timberlynn Simmons, Isabella Smith, Steven Smith, Michelle Starks

 
BMS 2nd 9 Weeks Awards

BMS 2nd 9 Weeks Academic Awards

Principal’s List

5th Grade - Grady Allen, Rachel Angeles, Abbey Buse, Jack Buse, Mia Card, Will Chase, Madee Dugger, Lilly Floyd, Kayleigh Gates, Gentry Griffin, Barbara Holland, Stephen Hollis, Bryston Howell, Janiyah Johnson, Katelyn Large, Sania Liner, Gage McCarver, Mollie Grace McKay, Hayley Moss, Hastin Nelson, Ryder Oswalt, Logan Pratt, Madison Roberts, Delia Sawyer, Alaya Smith, Kylie Thomas, Gunner Wesson, Gracie Williams

6th Grade - Shannon Agnew, Kinya Anderson, Mason Calomese, Zykerria Crump, Adam Floyd, Bell Floyd, Meg Gamble, Nathan George, Jonathan Harper, Kristian Hill, Kyndal Jacobs, Cody Lindley, Jamaury Marshall, J'Quavious Miller, Tavian Miller, Sadie Morris, Maddy Murphy, Amelia Nelson, Matthew Oakes, Tanner Palmer, Tess Parker, Braylon Pippin, Aiyden Scales, Kaitlyn Shelley, Jada Shinault, Caden Stewart, Zkhiara Stewart, Braxton Tigner, Luke Turner, McKinzie Tyes, Sommer Tyes, JyQuon Wallace, Abby Weatherbee, Alex Wilson

7th Grade - Jackson Allen, Elsa Beene, Gabe Bennett, Michael Bratton, Arlaychja Clay, Kidon Cole, Jakayla Dilworth, Hunter Hester, Shania Hines, Jordan McMillan, Cameron Mitchell, Matilon Roberson, Xander Stone, Andy Trollinger, Carla Underwood, Dailon Ward, Ayunna Witherspoon

8th Grade - Jesse Barker, Amil Billips, Alisia Billups, Nataleigh Buse, Addison Floyd, Melly Gardner, Javion Gates, Joseph Harper, Emilee Hill, Callie-Francis McKay, Maddux Richey, Brianna Sanders, Isabella Smith, Jamecia Walker, MesMariah Welch, Bronson Wheeler

 

Honor Roll

5th Grade - Hannah Williams, Perrie' Barnett, Nathan Bean, Michael Beene, Lamiyia Bonds, Andre Bowens, Wesley Brock, Kiley Fincher, Bellamy Hogue, Vance King, Ben McKinney, Brooklyn Pierce, Natalie Pounders, Miracle Scales, Nathan Shaw, Braylon Taylor, Paris Ward, Aalayja Wicks

6th Grade - Cayden Armstrong, Torie Bridges, Quindaris Burress, James Clark, Cayden Cox, Jenna Klaire Duvall, Rylee-Kate Gann, Ethan Hamblin, Anna Clair Hendrix, Gracie Hughes, Wesley McDonald, Aria Mister, Amarion Pierce, Saphair Price, Qualon Spencer, Rodney Stewart

7th Grade - Blaize Abbott, Malik Barnes, Wade Barron, Taitiana Beene, Makaylin Billups, Madison burks, Emma Kate Buse, Bradley Cagle, Matthew Collis, Katrina Crawford, Tyrese Cunningham, Della Ensey, Audan Farrar, Marley Freeman, Shondrya Gates, Joel Gillespie, Kelsey Green, Kazmen Grizzard, Keylee Harris, Norman Lee, Reagan Lee, Traveon Miller, Trice Rakestraw, Saniyah Richardson, Summer Rodgers, Elijah Scales, Nakkitos Scales, Sidney Scales, Hayle Shinault, Chandler Tigner, Kelsey Wade, Colton Wammack, Quantavious Watkins

8th Grade - Sirenty Agnew, Jaiden Bell, Marques Bell, Minangual Bell, Tye'teuina Bell, Kylan Billips, Presious Chapman, Tanner Cook, Tyreque Cunningham, Sarah Gillard, Dylan Hamblin, Nylah Herman, Joseph Hill, Luke Jarchow, Ryan Milton, Tiffany Moad, Madelyn Palmer, Brandon Parker, Aaliyah Shelley, Steven Smith, Michelle Starks

 
BMS 1st 9 Weeks Awards

BMS 1st 9 Weeks Academic Awards

Principal’s List

5th Grade – Grady Allen, Rachel Agneles, Lamiyia Bonds, Abbey Buse, Jack Buse, Mia Card, Williams Chase, Madee Dugger, Lillian Floyd, Kayleigh Gates, Gentry Griffin, Stephen Hollis, Bryston Howell, Janiyah Johnson, Paul King, Sania Liner, Gage McCarver, Mollie McKay, Hayley Moss, Hastin Nelson, Jeffery Oswalt, Logan Pratt, Madison Roberts, Savannah Sawyer, Miracle Scales, Braylon Taylor, Kylie Thomas, Gracie Williams

6th Grade – Shannon Agnew, Kinya Anderson, Cayden Armstrong, Mason Calomese, Zykerria Crump, Adam Floyd, Meg Gamble, Nathan George, Jonathan Harper, Kristian Hill, Jamaury Marshall, Tavian Miller, Sadie Morris, Madelyn Murphy, Amelia Nelson, Matthew Oakes, Tanner Palmer, Teresa Parker, Braylon Pippin, Aiyden Scales, Kaitlyn Shelley, Jada Shinault, Joseph Stewart, Rodney Stewart, ZKhiara Stewart, Braxton Tigner, Luke Turner, McKinzie Tyes III, Sommer Tyes, Jy Quon Wallace, Abby Weatherbee

7th Grade – John Allen III, Wade Barron, Elsa Beene, Gabrel Bennett, Seth Bratton, Emma Buse, Arlaychja Clay, Jakayla Dilworth, Aydan Farrar, Joel Gillespie, Hunter Hester, Shania Hines, Cameron Mitchell, Mason Morris, Saniyah Richardson, Matilon Roberson, Summer Rodgers, Sidney Scales, Xander Stone, Andy Trollinger, Carla Underwood, Kelsey Wade, Dailon Ward, Ayunna Witherspoon

8th Grade – Sirenty Agnew, Marques Bell, Minangual Bell, Amil Billips, Alisia Billups, Nataleigh Buse, Shannen Chism, Addison Floyd, Melanie Gardner, Javion Gates, Joseph Harper, Emilee hill, Nathaniel Jarchow, Callie-Francis McKay, Madelyn Palmer, Maddux Richey, Isabella Smith, Jamecia Walker, MesMariah Welch, Bronson Wheeler

 

Honor Roll

5th Grade – Hannah Aguirre, Nathan Bean, William Beene, Katlyn Billips, Andre Bowens, James Brock, Kiley Fincher, Bellamy Hogue, Barbara Holland, Katelyn Large, James McKiney, Brookyln Pierce, Nathan Shaw, Alaya Smith, Gunner Wesson, Aalayja Wicks

6th Grade – Kiya Betts, Elaina Bridges, James Clark, Cayden Cox, Jenna Duvall, Emily Floyd, Rylee-Kate Gann, Ethan Hamblin, Anna Hendrix, Gracie Hughes, Kyndal Jacobs, Cody Lindley, Wesley McDonald, J’Quavious Miller, Aria Mister, Saphair Price, Alexandria Wilson

7th Grade – Joseph Abbott, Malik Barnes, Tatiana Beene, Makaylin Billups, Madison Burks, Bradly Cagle, Lamara Cayson, Kidon Cole, Katrina Crawford, Della Ensey, Marley Freeman, Shondreya Gates, Kelsey Green, Kazmen Grizzard, Keylee Green, Reagan Lee, Trice Rakestraw, Elijah Scales, Rodney Shelley, Hayle Shinault, Colton Wammack, Quntavious Watkins, Xzayvier Williams

8th Grade – Jesse Barker, Kylan Billips, Jeffrey Bridges, Morgan Buse, Presious Chapman, Tanner Cook, Brady Cooper, Tyreque Cuningham, Sarah Gillard, Dylan Hamblin, Nylah Herman, Joseph Hill, LaEmbri McGaha, Kerrington McGaughy, Ryan Milton, Tiffany Moad, Brandon Parker, Jeffrey Roberts, Brianna Sanders, Aaliyah Shelley, Timberlynn Simmons, Steven Smith, Michelle Starks, Joshua Starling

 
Mississippi Assessment Program


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Math Tournament Winners
Math Tournament Winners

These are the winners of the local level math tournament here at Baldwyn Middle School. These winners are scheduled to compete on March 4 at NEMCC.

 

Melly Gardner 7th 1st Place

Emme Velasquez 7th 2nd Place

Rhet Phillips 8th 1st Place

Abby MaGill 8th 2nd Place

 
BMS Science Fair Winners

Congratulations to 2015/16 Science Fair Winners

 

 

Behavioral and Social Science                         

 

7th/8th

  1. Callie Francis McKay/Melly Gardner
  2. Aliyah Birmingham/Matilon Palmer

 

 

5th/6th

  1. Trice Rakestraw
  2. Braxton Tigner
  3. Mason Morris

 

Biochemistry

 

5th/6th

  1. Sadie Morris
  2. Eli Wallis
  3. Abby Weatherbee

 

Botany

 

5th/6th

  1. Elsa Beene

 

Chemistry

 

7th/8th

  1. Alaysha Billups
  2. Colton Wammack/Jesse Barker
  3. Samilyia Bonds/Emari Cox/Shanti Shinault

 

5th/6th

  1. Will Wright
  2. Katelyn Shelley
  3. Jamuray Marshall

 

Earth, Space, and Environmental

 

7th/8th

  1. Amil Billups
  2. Steven Smith

 

 

 

Engineering, Computers, Math

 

7th & 8th

  1. Shailon Roberson, Breanna Starling
  2. Luke Jarchow, Brady Cooper

 

5th & 6th

 

  1. Seth Bratton
  2. Sommer Tyes

 

Health and Medicine

 

7th & 8th

  1. Abby Magill
  2. Annika Beene, Summer Hudson

 

5th & 6th

  1. Joel Gillespie
  2. Aydan Farrar

 

Microbiology

 

5th & 6th

  1. Wade Barron

 

Physics

 

7th & 8th

  1. Isaiah Parker
  2. (tie) Amarie Anderson, Iyana Ragin, Taylor Miller
  3. (tie) Kezia Hayes

 

5th & 6th

  1. Gabe Bennett
  2. Dailon Ward
  3. Hunter Hester
 
AR Reading

The following 36 5th graders were caught having an accuracy level of 85% or higher for AR reading.  These students are to be commended for the demonstrating excellence in reading!  Way to go, 5th graders!  

 

Byron Agnew

Shannon Agnew 

Kinya Anderson

Zykerria Crump

Jenna Duvall

Jackson Edge

Meg Gamble

Nathan George

Jonathan Harper

Anna Hendrix

Kristian Hill

Cody Lindley

Jamaury Marshall

J'Quavious Miller

Sadie Morris

Madelyn Murphy

Amelia Nelson

Matthew Oakes

Tanner Palmer

Tess Parker

Amarion Pierce

Braylon Pippin

Saphair Price

Aiyden Scales

Kaitlyn Shelley

Jada Shinault

ZKhiara Stewart

Joseph Stewart

Rodney Stewart

Braxton Tigner

John Turner

McKinzie Tyes

Sommer Tyes

Jy Quon Wallace

Abby Weatherbee

Alexandria Wilson

 
Mississippi Elementary All-State Honor Choir
Mississippi Elementary All-State Honor Choir

Congratulations to Baldwyn Middle School Choir students Aaron Gholson, Olivia Curtiss, and Jackson Allen for becoming members of the Mississippi Elementary All-State Honor Choir.

 

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