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• Photos of scholarship recipients • 2017 Newnan High School award presentations • Photos of 2017 honors graduates • A letter to seniors from Principal Chase Puckett
Newnan High School Student Honors 2017 Published by The Newnan Times-Herald Sunday, May 14, 2017
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Newnan High School Salutatorian Stephanie Cannon, right and Valedictorian Sara Ivey Fulmer.
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NHS Honors 2017 Dr. Chase Puckett, Principal Mrs. Phyllis Hall, Assistant Principal Ms. Rebecca Snider, Assistant Principal Mr. Bennie Rhodes, Assistant Principal Mr. Rick Surrett, Assistant Principal Mr. Jeffrey Bryant, Assistant Principal
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Congratulations to the 2017 Honor students of Newnan High School. By your accomplishments you have demonstrated that you hold yourselves to the very highest standards. I congratulate those who have earned accolades by demonstrating a commitment to excellence in the classroom. I also commend those who have been identified by our community leaders through awards and scholarships. You have earned these acknowledgments by meeting challenges with determination, self-discipline, and a strong work ethic. You should be proud of your accomplishments and the recognition they bring. In 1888, members of the first graduating class of Newnan High School finished their high school education. In 1951, Newnan High School moved from the corner of Jackson Street and Temple Avenue to the present campus. In 1972, the city and county school systems merged, and Central High School and Newnan High School became one. For one hundred twenty-eight years, confident young men and women have graduated from Newnan High School. Students of the class of 2017, you are part of this heritage. You have given your talent and your time back to this community. I encourage you to consider the fundamental beliefs that have guided you. If you hold true to these tenets, they will keep you pointed in the right direction. Continue to do justly, love mercifully, and walk humbly.
Stephanie Cannon and Sara Ivey Fulmer
Celebrate your accomplishments, but do not wait to concentrate on new challenges. I am confident that you are prepared to move forward and that you will experience continued success. We are depending on you to make a positive difference in the world. Sincerely,
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Stephanie Cannon and Sara Ivey Fulmer
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Newnan High School’s 2017 Valedictorian Sarah Ivey Fulmer and Salutatorian Stephanie Cannon are congratulated by members of the school board. From left are, front, Cannon and Fulmer; back, Coweta County School Superintendent Steve Barker and Coweta County Board of Education members Winston Dowdell, Larry Robertson, Sue Brown, Beth Barnett and Amy Dees.
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NHS Honors 2017
The CEC Honor Society of Future Georgia Educators Honor Cord is presented to Lee Chestnut and Chase Rolader by Liberty New
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The Theta Lambda Lambda Omega Psi Phi Scholarship is presented to Mahari Young and Caleb Perry by Mr. John Kirkland
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NHS Honors 2017
Emma Shelnutt presents the Phi Beta Kappa Book Award to Olivia Helm
The Governor’s Honors Program Cord is presented to Stephanie Cannon by Michael Barnes
Cynthia Perez, Trey Wood, and Madison Wood present the Catherine Millians Wood Scholarship to Suncerya Tyree
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NHS Honors 2017
Malcolm Jackson presents the Kiwanis White Oak Golden K Scholarship to Chase Rolader
Mrs. Curtis Jenkins presents the Wi-Band Civic Club Scholarship to Allysee Houston and Angel Shumake
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Karen Craddock presents the Richard Brooks Visual & Performing Arts Scholarship to Madeleine Green, Alexis Westrick, Kenya Powell, and Skylar Nicholson
Jeff Bishop presents the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society Scholarship to Jensen Fitzgibbon
Laura Sandlin Horton presents the Bob Sandlin Family Scholarship to Jensen Fitzgibbon
Lindsey Thompson presents certificates to students who competed in the Newnan Coweta Distinguished Young Women Pageant. From left, front, are, Allysee Houston, La’Niya Owens, Stephanie Cannon and Katelyn Cannon; back, Skylar Nicholson and Erin Lamb
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NHS Honors 2017
Vernida Dowdell presents the Jolies Femmes Civic Club Scholarship to Konry Jackson and Kamran Dye
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NHS Honors 2017
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Elizabeth Lynch presents the Newnan High Beta Club Scholarship to Natalie Jackson
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NHS Honors 2017
The Newnan Coweta Art Association Scholarship is presented to Alexis Westrick and Kiley Anderson by Denise Marsh
The Church of God of the Union Assembly Scholarship is presented to Mallory Neill and (Dana Scandura-Not Pictured) by Pastor Jesse W. Hughes and Nicholas Tinkey
The Newnan Utilities Lighthouse Scholarship is presented to Hailey Byess by Rebecca Snider
Scot Hooper presents the Kiwanis Club of Newnan Scholarship to Ashley Bloodworth
LEFT: Jerry Barnes presents the Henry Kitchens/ Seekers Scholarship to Sara Ivey Fulmer RIGHT: Wyvonia Gordon presents the National Association of Negro Women Scholarship to Morgan Allen
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NHS Honors 2017
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Graduating with high honors are Kiley Anderson, Caroline Avett, Austin Ball, Gillian Barber, Dyllan Barnett, Emma Barron, Sidney Benefield, Bryant Bennett, Garret Blackstock, Ashley Bloodworth, Sophia Bonomi, Tiffini Brenner, Cade Buchanan, Colt Buchanan, Daniel Bump, Jordan Bunn, Gabriella Buzzell, Emily Campbell, Katelyn Cannon, Stephanie Cannon, Elizabeth Cobb, John Matthew Crow, DeShawn Cupe, Carson Davis, Lesley Davis, Isabel Diaz, Taylor Dingler, Olivia Dumas, Vivian Duncan, Kamran Dye, Robert Estes, Jensen Fitzgibbon, Kelli Fore, Sara Ivey Fulmer, Robert Gallagher, Madeleine Green, Mallory Greene, Evan Hamilton, Henry Hamlin, Elisabeth Haynes, Megan Headley, Ashley Hernandez-Salinas, Emily Hughes, Natalie Jackson, Sheila Lizeth Jiminez Hernandez, Hannah Johnson, Jacob Johnston, Mitchell Kelley, Erin Lamb, Emily Landrum, Lucas Leosewski, Andrew Lewis, Courtney Lewis, Mary Mapel, Olivia Masonheimer, Benjamin Matistic, Rachel Mcmahon, Robert Meason, Rachel Miller, Summer Moore, Mallory Neill, Pearce Neuer, Graham Newman, Skylar Nicholson, Caitlin Nixon, Zackary Odom, Katlynn Parnell, Karan Patel, Emma Patterson, Caleb Perry, Morgan-Claire Piontek, Kenya Powell, Seth Rainey, Vanessa Reale, Hal Richards, Kyle Riggs, April Rogers, Aaron Rolader, Bennett Rowan, Dana Scandura, Hannah Scarbrough, Abigail Sewell, Savannah Sherrer, Angel Shumake, Andrew Singleton; Courteney Spencer, Alex Stephens, Cade Stotts, Sophia Touchtone, Thomas Touchtone, Nicholas Turner, Kayla Wagner, William Walker, Scarlet Webb, Jillian Werner, Alexis Westrick, Katelyn Wheat, Rylan Thomas, Austin Willis, Nicholas Winkles, Caleb Winters and Preston Wise
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Graduating with honors are Justyce Alexander, Brant Amoroso, Chase Amoroso, Mikayla Baloch, Callie Bass, Andrew Bates, Nathan Baytes, Harrison Blair, Tristan Boone, Joseph Briggs, Bailey Brown, Caitlen Brownlee, Carson Bunn, Hailey Byess, Andrew Cain, Steffany Cain, Sharliett Cardenas, Steven Carroll, Madisyn Caswell, Lee Chestnut, Amber Cokinos, Ryan Cost, Kirstin Criste, Autumn Daniel, Rebekah Daniel, Ansley Davis, Madison Davison, Brett Doster, Sacha Ellis, Juan Felix, Marrietta Fluellen, Leah Griffin, Gabriel Griffith, Drew Harvey, Kali Henderson, Aaron Hiller, Timia Hinton, Mary Holewinski, Matthew Holloway, Allysee Houston, Konry Jackson, Larnardo Johnson, Erica Johnson-Quinteros, Kailei Justiss, Nadia Keith, Colin Lambert, Savannah Lee, Carl Mayrand, Loren McCall, Nicholas McCullough, Jody McElreath, Desiree Melson, Destinee Melson, Alexander Miles, Audrey Morris, Ciara Morse, Jackson Neely, Maria Nunez, Ashley Ohliger, Alan Owens, La’niya Owens, Jessica Peace, Kaleigh Purcell, Jacob Quick, Taurean Reeves, Haley Rowles, Victoria Schlichting, Andrew Sealy, Joseph Slobodzian, Brady Smith, Jadie Smith, Brooke Spencer, Nathan Stewart, Brayden Stinchcomb, Kelsie Stover, Danna Espinoza, MacKenzie Teal, Lilly Thompson, Austin Tice, Mary Tipton, Suncerya Tyree, Sergio Wallace, Lainey Waller, Orion Watson, Jayda Williams, Woodie Wood, Denio Woods, Dillan Wrye and Mahari Young LEFT:
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Georgia National Merit Scholars included front, left to right, Sarah Carter, Olivia Helm, Laura Walton, Adrianna Sanchez, Rachel Witmer and James Kneidel; second row, Jasmyn Steves, Maribel Nunez, Victoria McMillan, Hannah Marriaga, Samantha Hudson and Paige Batten; third row, Rachel Wright, Bailey Cauthen, Matthew Schulz, Lexus Butler, Addison Andrews and Katie Finger; not pictured, Sydney Barber, Nathan Rayburn, Quinn Goodman, Peyton Salyards, Rachel McDonal and Bethany Schenck.
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NHS Honors 2017
Evette Jones presents the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Scholarship to Kenya Powell
The Atlanta Journal Cup Award is presented to Mahari Young by Michael Barnes
Jerry Barnes presents the Henry Kitchens/Seekers Scholarship to Sara Ivey Fulmer
Andrew Lewis is presented the Alan Wood Scholarship by Dr. Chase Puckett
Trump pushes school choice, making good on campaign promise By MARIA DANILOVA Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Wednesday asked Congress to work with him on extending school choice programs nationwide to benefit millions of students, including low-income African-American and Hispanic children. While Trump gave no specifics on what legislation he is proposing, the statement was the clearest indication yet that he intends to follow through on his campaign promise to fund a $20 billion school choice program. "During my campaign for president, I promised to fight for school choice," Trump said. "Very important." Speaking at a White House event attended by about two dozen children, including some par ticipating in a federally funded voucher program in the nation's capital, Trump said, "Every child has the right to fulfill their potential, and, if we do our jobs, then we will never have to tell young, striving Americans to defer their dreams for another day or for another decade." T h e Wa s h i n g t o n , D . C . , voucher program allows lowincome students to use federal funds to attend private schools.
Although it is the nation's only federal-funded voucher program, some states, including Vice President Mike Pence's home state of Indiana, have funded similar programs. Trump asked lawmakers to "extend school choice to millions more children all across the United States of America, including millions of low-income Hispanic and African-American children who deserve the same chance as every other child to live out their dreams and fill up their hearts and be educated at the top, top level." The Education Department would not say what specific legislation the administration was proposing. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, a longtime school choice advocate, said having access to public, charter or private schools or distance learning programs should be every parent's right. DeVos "looks forward to working with the White House and Congress on legislation that accomplishes that goal," press secretary Liz Hill said in a statement. Mike Petrilli, president of the conservative Thomas B. Fordham Institute, said that Trump was likely referring to a federal tax program that would allow indi-
viduals and perhaps corporations to donate money to scholarship funds in exchange for tax credits. That method would circumvent restrictions on using public money to fund religious private schools, which many states have, by giving the money directly to parents instead of schools. "It's a roundabout way to provide scholarship to private schools for low-income and working class children," Petrilli said. But Petrilli cautioned that such a bill might not pass the Republican-controlled Congress. "Conservatives for a long time have wanted a smaller federal role in education and have believed that the federal government messes up everything it touches on education," Petrilli said. But John Schilling, head of the American Federation for Children, an advocacy group that DeVos used to head, disagreed, saying such a tax credit would in fact foster local control. " There is no greater form of local control than directly empowering parents to choose the best school for their child," Schilling said. Lindsey Burke of the Heritage Foundation said her conservative group supports voucher programs, but believes they should
be implemented on the state, not the federal level. However, Heritage is proposing the use of federal funds to help military-connected kids and Native American children attend private schools. The D.C. voucher program has been shown to increase graduation rates, but a government study released last week showed math scores dropping for students who participated. Other studies have also produced mixed results, but Petrilli said competition from charter and private schools has shown to improve outcomes in public schools. DeVos, a long-time advocate for charter and private schools, has made school choice a priority. Her efforts have been met with fierce criticism from Democrats and teachers' unions, who fear that school choice options will hurt public schools. "This administration remains committed to serving all students, especially the most vulnerable," DeVos said. "These students particularly benefit from school choice programs." Marking national char ter school week, DeVos said there are over 6,900 charter schools in the United States serving more than 3 million students. More are needed, she said.
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"I believe it should be a right for every parent, not a privilege," DeVos said. R andi Weingar ten, president of the American Federation of Teachers said some parents choose to participate in the D.C. voucher program because they think private schools provide a safer environment for their children. "If the president really listened to the public, he wouldn't slash public education budgets that go to ensuring kids have safe, strong learning environments with lower class sizes, after-school activities and enrichment opportunities, and other programs that actually help kids," Weingarten said in a statement. Senator Patty Murray, the top Democrat on the Senate Health, Education, L abor and Pensions Committee said she would strongly oppose a school choice bill. "If President Trump truly wanted to help low-income students succeed he would stop trying to privatize public education, stop trying to push taxpayer dollars to private schools — and work with Democrats to make sure every student has access to a high quality public education," Murray said.
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