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Gandy honors students

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 honors students in April

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)

U.S.D. 1812 honors White Hall cadet

Left, Arkansas State Society United States Daughters of 1812 (U.S.D.1812) President Sharon Wyatt, and Simon Bradford Chapter President MarJo Dill, right, recently presented Cadet Tylina Smith with a National Society U.S.D. 1812 JROTC medal and certificate. Smith will enter college in Missouri this fall and participate in the ROTC program as well. The presentation was made during the White Hall High School JROTC Awards Luncheon. (Special to The Commercial)

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.

WH, Woodlawn schools receive state reward funds

Three White Hall District schools — Hardin Elementary in Redfield, Moody Elementary in White Hall and White Hall Middle School — and Woodlawn Elementary School in Cleveland County were recently approved for financial prizes through the Arkansas School Recognition and Reward Program.