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 CAB Students, Staff Lauded for Good Deeds

March 26, 2008 - Several students, school corporation employees and citizens were recognized at last week's meeting of the Charles A. Beard School Board for recent accomplishments and good deeds.

Students receiving special recognition from CAB interim Superintendent Ray Pavy included: Knightstown Intermediate School Spelling Bee participants Brent Butler, Logan Cox, Zach Crain, Nathan Drumm-Winner, Sean Mullany, Tiffany Hunsinger, Brittany Dean, Rachel Terheide, Rachal McCaffrey, James Anderson, Lindsie King, Kayleigh Ruble, Shelby Patton, Broderick Angel, Zach St. John, Leslie Harsh, Mahaley Hagy, Arianne Guffey and Alexis Oldham; the KIS Math Bowl team for its fifth place finish; the seventh and eighth grade band for a recent outstanding performance; CAB Spelling Bee participants Madison Irwin, Jayda Perisho, Ryan Johnson (runner-up), Annie Moore (winner), Britney Taylor, Levi Majority, Jarrett Weidner, Brandy Love, Doreen Cates, Amanda Wolfrom, Logan Whitaker and Tori McDonald; Sidney Hastings for participating in the Young Americans Singing Group; "Caring" Students of the Month Emmerson Hollenbaugh, Charlie Reydell; Shelby Hoff; Justin Weaver; Connor Judd; Cora Sherman, Gideon Mitchell, Sommer Studebaker; Lynne Crouse; Jose Olivo, Cora Gordon; Zachary Peacock, Lauren Wineman, Jackson Plank, David Jackson, Cyndee Satterfield, Brandon Linder, Kyle Mattix, Robyn Clark, Tara Nolen, Cailin Smith, Paige Halcomb, Brianna Phillips, Coleman Wyatt, Kinzi Badgley, Meghan Cupp, Breean Rutledge and Dylan Mowery.

Pavy also gave recognition to the following CAB employees: Technology Director Bruce Sowers for work on a wireless grant from AT&T and Ball State University; Treasurer Michelle Swift and Food Services Director Andrea Sharp for efforts collecting past due textbook rental and lunch fees; George Richmond, Mike McKillip, Andrea Sharp and Vickie Rhodes for their cooperation with law enforcement after a recent break-in at Knightstown High School, and for helping clean and secure the school afterward; Chris Holland for an outstanding musical presentation on Feb. 21; Karen Gardner and Lisa Haughn for their work with the KIS Math Bowl team; Cynthia Henry, Judy Dunsmore, Karen Gardner and Jennifer Florea for organizing and running the KIS Spelling Bee; Gloria Means, Cynthia Cox and Marti Allen for organizing the Knightstown Elementary Spelling Bee; Shelly Fortune for making the Dean's List at Anderson University; and Tracy Edwards and Jason Groce for their extra work developing the Carthage Elementary website.

Citizens receiving recognition from Pavy were: Elvis tribute artist Duane Fortune for the "Elvis Reading Rocks Night" at CES; Cheryl Coffey for volunteering time to work a book fair that benefited a local family; Sherri Messer, Holly Buchanan and Patty Wolfrom for serving on the KES textbook committee; and Patti Wolfrom and Traci Howard for participating in KES school improvement planning.

 

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