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Gandy Students of the Month - October

The October Students of the Month from Gandy Elementary are: from bottom to top: bottom row; Curlan McCray, Karson Peyton, James Menard, Tyler Earnest, Kaitleen Toh, Lincoln Hood; middle row: Tres Kurz, Sara Beth Young, Amiya Laws, Colton Davis; and top row; Stephanie Ames, Jase Welch, Madison Henderson, Maci Poe, Denya Alghazali, Emma Reed, Bronson May. (Special to The Progress)

Gandy Students of the Month

The September Students of the Month from Gandy Elementary are: From bottom to top: bottom row: Braden Drye, Bella Moltz, Macy Stone, Laney Gumm, Tyler Barnes, Sydnee Brickey; middle row: Trenton Jones, Talan Cothran, Noah Smith, Bryson Dickerson, Kennedie Johnson, Isabella Moore; and top row: Marissa Hartless, Garrett Brown, Duston Henderson, Carson Cook, Jiannah Via. (Special to The Progress)

Moody Students of The Month

Moody Elementary October Students of the Month are as follows: first row (left to right) Kaden Nash, Kaitlynne Murphy, Logan Chapmon, Elijah Yates, Ryann Nelson, Lanie Ratliff and Brooklyn Powell; second row (left to right) Benton Williams, Kaejah Hodge, Olivia Cooper, Jordan Johnson, Sophie Weaver, Abigail Deaton and Owen Lord. Not pictured is Claudia Woodyard.

Gandy Students Honored

December’s Students of the Month at Gandy Elementary School were (bottom row, from left) Ahnaf Tahmid, Abby Harrison, Lily White, Cruz Dixon, Jayden Gipson; (middle row) Brayden Smith, Juliana Drumgoole, Maci Poe, Kaylea Neal; (top row) Noah Smith, Gauge Yelton, Piper Smith, Aubrey Dutil, and Briauna Jackson. Not pictured are Maddy Spradlin, Bryson Dickerson, Braylon Johnson.

School Gets A New Life

WHITE HALL - A landmark, 75-year -old school building contstructed in 1939 by the federal Works Pregress Administration is on its way to a new life as a Redfield community center. The former Redfield Middle School - closed at the end of the 2012-13 academic year by the White Hall School Board - was cleared by the panel last week for immediate sale to the Keep Redfiled Middle School citizens group. The organization, which listed Todd Dobbins as its president, was the high bidder on the building at $70,112.

Helping Others

Dorthy Pollett’s fifth grade home room class was the class to donate the most shoes at the Taylor Elementary School’s Ozark Water Project shoe drive. Each student donated at least 5 pair of shoes for a total of over 100 shoes. Staff and students met the goal of 500 pair of shoes donated for this mission. Ozark Water projects export the shoes to distributors in South America. Haiti and Kenya. Shoe resale offers affordable shoes to people who may not have shoes. Funds generated from the shoe sale are used to purchase well-digging rigs, water purification systems and other supplies to bring clean, fresh water to those in need.

Taylor Students Of The Month

The following students at Taylor Elementary were chosen as December students of the month for displaying positive character traits. They are (front row) Quentin Bornes, Kennedi Barnett, Grace Mincy, Jaden Ford; (middle row) Landon Garrick, Jay’Maria Thomas, Reese Owens, Ramona Pearce; (back row) Jamir McNeary, Caleb Taylor, Caleb Jones, Rebecca Reed, and Laney Lunsford. Not present for the photo were Hannah Estess and Ally Edwards.