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MJE Principal's List, Honor Roll
Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Principal’s List

2nd Grade: Brandon Alford, Owen Agee, Abby Aronin,  Madilyn Bergset, Alayna Booker, Lockard Boyle, Savannah Bradley, Kaleigh Brank, Abi Coffman, Kaleigh Copeland, Hailey Donato, Brandon Druen, Julia Eckel, Hannah Ellis, Hannah Frattini,  Annasophia Gibson, Reese Gibson, Emma Gnann, Morgan Heim, Sammi Hite, Jack Horst, Spencer Hyde, Tori Jacobs, Lucy Kammerer, Erin Keating, Avery Lawson, Victoria Linville, Josephine McAfee, Ainsley Owens, Mackenzie Romer, Clara Grace Sanders, Maddy Sheehy, Bella Silverwood, Caitlyn Spencer, Steven Sun, Resha Kate Tinley, Breanna Trivett, Noah Vaughn, Lamar Wade

3rd Grade: Katie Alford, Gabe Anderson, Carolina Bannach, Sheridan Barker, Marcus Beebe, Garrett Brown, Katelyn Brown, Ava Bryant, Jason Burch, Alexandra Cass, Briley Chandler, Gracie Dolezal, Zackery Donovan, Audrey Downing, Abigail Dungan, Lucy Ephrem, Emily Erdley, Seth Hagemeyer, Emma Haley, Samantha Hartsook, Abby Hayek, Natalie Horst, Lauren Jackson, Garrett Journell, Rylee Mallicoat, Hayden Mead, Keegan McAfee, Kenzie Miller, Morgan Nance, Parker Overath, Julia Paddock, Adam Partin, Sivani Patel, Noah Pierce, Tate Riley, Andrew Shell, Terumi Stover, Trent Thomas, John Wilkerson, Sydney Williams

4th Grade: Coleman Bolton, Hannah Colson, Carson Cote, Lily Crawford, J.J. Dewald, Kaylyn Eckel, Roxie Flesher, Ty Gilbert, Lily Harper, Sarah Heckmann,  Abby Hill, Renee Jones, Jaxyn Kiridn, Garrison Lewis, Mary McCarthy, Davis McQueen, Ty Mitchell, Ava Rainey, Konnor Russell, Ty Smith, Hannah Smoot, Meyer Tinley, Isaac Walmsley, Sydney Welch

5th Grade: Mia Agee, Julian Atkinson, Brooklyn Barton, Brandon Brown, Elizabeth Fellows, Claire Fogg, Olivia Keating, Manav Kommireddi, Reid Overath, Logan Rast, Sarah Sanders, Evin Schulert, Ellie Simmons, Piper Singleton

Honor Roll

2nd Grade: Joseph Abbott, Aidan Adcock, Samantha Attas, Kiran Bhela, Grace Boyce, Ethan Brake, Cooper Buckner, Devon Burroughs, Bryce Christenson, Marc Cordle, Malia Curtis, Will Czerniak, Kirsten Doss, Niko Duffie, Carter Eby, Chloe Gessner, Jackson Gibson, Parker Grissom, Haley Heath, Cambrie Hill, Haley Hill, Kalen Hix, Payton Hughes, Jenna Hunsberger, Talan Jackson, Cadence Jarrett, Kierston Key, Jansen Krawczyk, Camden Lackey, Grant Leyk, Sydney Lupton, Molly McCarthy, Julia Nodine, Bryson Parsons, Nicky Peeler, Julian Rodriguez, John Ruotolo, Bella Smith, Ella Smith, Ben Taylor, Jovie Talbott, Sarah Unland, Akira Velazquez, Aidan Wunner

3rd Grade: Omar Assai, Ames Baker, Alex Blackwell, Autumn Caldwell, Megan Campbell, Ty Campbell, Benjamin Christenson, Kennedi Coker, Lia Corkern, Haylie Devine, Emma DiVona, Lea Elekaili, Kyle Fitzgibbons, Rohit Ganachari, Bradyn Gannon, Courtney Gray, Caroline Hall, Amanda Hatfield, Angela Hoover, Hailey Jones, Milan Jones, Nate Kammerer, Sanjeev Kommireddi, Ella Lambert, Isaiah Lopez, Lauren Lupton, Chad Marudas, Clay Marrow, Ellie Rose McAnally, Hannah McCord, Julianna Partinger, Bella Pilkinton, Preet Piyush, D.J. Pirtle, Brynn Reilly, Rozlin Rivas,  Andrew Romer, Riley Rowan, Jackson Scudder, Beau Shamblin, Emily Smith, Joshua Sweigard, Jaren Tatum, Seth Taylor, Carly Thompson, Kaleb Tilman, Andrew Walters, Sydney Weiberg, Lily Weiss, Matthew Wilkerson

4th Grade: Kaleb Abel, Kara Alsup, Andrew Aronin, Aiden Baltz-Hooten, Hailey Bennett, Lexi Berry, Zach Bingham, Colby Boyce, Alden Boyd, Allison Brake, Kate Brown, Anthony Buckland, Aiden Camp, Savannah Clarke, Kyleigh DeBow, Jenna Delaney, Jonah Ferrer, Emily French, Emma Garver, Joseph Girgis, India Gooch, Aidan Graves, Avery Hampton, Jackson Haywood, Zachary Hendley, Mario Hill, Avery Hix, Austin Hunley, Morgan Hunt, Alena Jenkins, Avery Johnson, Kayla Johnson, Pranav Khetarpal, Will Kirby, Brice Lamont, Lindsey Lawrence, Jude Lins, Haven Littleton, Anna Long, Emma McAdoo, Seth Miller, Ava Minton, Tanner Phibbs, Jordan Post, Sabrina Randall, Brooke Reynolds, Braden Ruffin, Mary Satterfield, Wade Savage, Perry Shipley, Caroline Small, Jacob Smith, Fox Underwood, Haley Young

5th Grade: Addison Adcock, Blake Anderson, Cameron Bates, Allie Blackwell, Emma Butler, Bryson Chandler, Joel Cooper,  Alyson Cramer, Reme Daniyan, Chris Dixon, Zach Freeman, Braden Fullington, Ashley Gibbs, Sebastian Gibson, Caitlin Hargis, Autumn Henson, Nathan Kaiser, Hattie Miller, Sophia Nelson, Deep Patel, Emily Redden, Ken Residori, Tristan Rose, Connor Ross, Nicole Saul, Dylan Sheehy, Hannah Shipley, Kadrien Smith, Bradley Thompson, Spencer Weist

 
Names of those seeking Director of Schools released
Tuesday, April 1, 2014

The Wilson County School system has released the names and applications of the people seeking the Director of Schools position. 

The names come from all over Tennesse, as well as some neighboring states.  Two are within the school system. Donna L. Wright previously interviewed for the position, and was in the final two round of interviews with former Director of Schools Tim Setterlund. Below are the list of names and the current positions. 

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MJ man gets HS diploma 70 years after leaving school to fight in WWII
Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Oran Collins spent 16 years as an educator in Wilson County in the 1960s and 1970s. 

He was the principal at Lakeview Elementary School and guidance counselor at Mt. Juliet High School. 

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Taste of Mt. Juliet returns April 11
Tuesday, April 1, 2014

One of Mt Juliet’s most anticipated events returns Friday, April 11.

The Mt Juliet Breakfast Rotary Club will host the third annual Taste of Mt Juliet, offering tastes of food from approximately 30 restaurants and eateries, including many of Mt Juliet’s newest.

The Taste of Mt Juliet has become more than a place to sample a wide variety of fine food, it has become known as a community reunion.  As many commented last year, “You see everybody you know”.

The event will once again be held at Mt Juliet High school. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and activities will continue until 8 p.m.

Tickets may be purchased from any Mt Juliet Breakfast Rotary Club member or by contacting Chuck Groover at 773-5200. Adult tickets are $20, senior adults (65+) $15, family ticket $54 (up to five family members), children 12 and under $5.

Proceeds from the event will fund Mt Juliet Breakfast Rotary Club projects in the community.

Come eat, drink and be charitable.

 
Teachers of the Year: MJCA's Kathy Posey and West's Jennifer Terhune
Tuesday, April 1, 2014

We take a look at two more Teachers of the Year this week. First, we have Mt. Juliet Christian Academy’s Kathy Posey, and then West’s Jennifer Terhune. 

Posey has been on the Mt. Juliet Christian Academy, First Baptist Church of Mt. Juliet campus since 1993 in some capacity, whether it be as a teacher or in the children’s ministry. 

Now, she is teaching a kindergarten/first grade split because enrollment at the school went way up in recent years. 

“They’re excited, they love learning,” said Posey of her kindergarteners and first graders. “I love seeing that light bulb go off when they learn to read.”

Posey has been at MJCA so long because she absolutely loves it. It allows her to talk about Jesus Christ with her students all day, and the people there are like family. 

“It’s like home,” she said. 

Posey was surprised when she was chosen by her peers as Teacher of the Year. 

“There are so many teachers it could have gone to,” said Posey. “I was excited. I was shocked.”

West Elementary’s Teacher of the Year is Jennifer Terhune. 

Terhune has been the music teacher at West for 23 years. 

“This is a fabulous school, very family oriented, awesome principals, great kids,” said Terhune.

Terhune said she loves her job, and can’t think of anywhere else she would rather be than teaching kids music. 

“I can’t imagine a job that would be more fun,” said Terhune. 

Terhune said that any teacher at West could have won Teacher of the Year, so it meant a lot to her be chosen. 

“I’m very glad they appreciate the work I do with their students,” said Terhune. 

Both teachers will be up for Wilson County Teacher of the Year. That will be announced at a banquet at Cumberland University April 11. The event is sponsored by Cedar Stone Bank and Wilson County Motors. 

 
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