Leslie Heroman of White Hall received a Bachelor of Arts degree in international studies from Washington College at Chestertown, Maryland.
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White Hall native Torie Dailey shares a moment with retired University of Central Arkansas professor Bob Reising. Reising honored Dailey on May 21 at the White Hall Library. Dailey recently received the University of Central Arkansas Dr. A. W. ‘Moonlight’ Graham Award for promising medical professionals. (Special to The Commercial)
zHenderson State University at Arkadelphia recently named area students to the Dean’s List, those with a 4.0 grade point average, and the honor roll, those with at least a 3.5 grade point average.
Rachel Lott-Berry from Pine Bluff received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Boise State University in Boise, Idaho. She graduated magna cum laude May 9.
Cody Thornton, a 2012 White Hall High School graduate, was among honor roll recipients recognized recently at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff’s Founders and Honors Convocation.
The White Hall School Board discussed what is next for the school district after the board’s proposed millage increase was voted down by the public in April.
The White Hall High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Chapter received top honors at the state leadership meeting April 1 at the University of Central Arkansas at Conway.
Gandy Elementary School at White Hall announced its Students of the Month for February. They are, bottom row, Isabelle Lunsford, Jack Menard, Isabella Gullett, Brody McNealy, Abby Harrison, Madelyn Winkler; middle row, Brady Peyton, Trenton Jones, Kailyn Stewart, Lilly Warriner; and top row, Harlie Hipp, Jayden Smith, Brayden Smith, Manas Patel, Cameron Cobb and Skyler Garrison. (Special to The Commercial)
Taylor Elementary School in the White Hall School District honored students of the month for April. They are, front row, Rohandeep Singh, Brylee Crow, Angel Erakrik, Karington Bowman, Gurtaj Singh, Winbread Anjolok; middle row, Raelee Mills, Aidan Jones, Drew Reece, Shian Nelson, Blake Billings, Jada Sanders; and top row, Blaine Gamill, Russhay Moon, Ashley Pennington, Terrance Show and Jamir McNeary. (Special to The Commercial)
Two Southeast Arkansas residents graduated May 9 from Williams Baptist College at Walnut Ridge.