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Elzie Patton Principal's List, Honor Roll
Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Principal’s List 

2nd Grade: Jamison Bush, Jared Dutch, Harley Jackson, Travis Ziebarth, Lindsay Agee, Sophie Allen, Hayden Terwilliger, Drew Farmer, Collin McCurry, Mason Nguyen, Hayden Prophit, Josh Reese, Stephen Christoffersen, Madelyn Hambelton, Lukas Hanna, Nathan Fayez, Rylee Hill, Hannah Perry, Landen Smith.

3rd Grade: Sierra Wyks, Matthew Jackson, Cooper Leech, Avary Summers, McKenzie Fitzgerald, Sophia Buchanan, Carinne Burnette, Cali Hughes, Tyler Vestal, Jacob Cox

4th Grade: Campbell Miller, Ethan Grossman, Anna Davidson, Charlie Ewing, Marina Gergis, John Reed Hill, Evan Wallace, B rain Andrews, Grace Nichols.

5th Grade: Kermina Hanna, Zach Smith, Daniel Tignor, Taylor Vestal, Hannah Beckman, Daniel Duggan, Maddie Judd, Ella Mercer. 

Honor Roll

2nd Grade: Aden Cole, Kidus Habtamu, Jace Judd, Clementine Manley, James McWilliams, Bryleigh Randolph, Madelyn Steed, Alex Velazquez, Braylen Austin, Nathan Cochran, Natalie Kniffin, Young Ko, Sophia Mehail, Ashlee Nuckoles, Kirsten Pigg, Ella Schaeffer, Kevin Yassa, Kaitynn Acosta, Hailey Crandall, Ben Dineen, Abigal Hall, Rachael Larkin, Gabby Piazza,  Remon Rezkalla, Marissa Romero, Issac Rose, Cole Booker, Carter Hinckley, Bella Sanchez, Myelei Whitaker, Abby Buchanan, Dylan Clarke, Matthew Girgis, Kameron Petty, Gabe Reese, Virginia Rhodes, Austin Stemmer, Luke Sherk, Sophia Waters, Myegedra Barrett, Emily Bishop, Luke Kinzer, Ariel Parks, Carter Tignor, Mehriya Wilkerson, Dylan Work.

3rd Grade: Ethan Cox, Andrew Moore, Grant Sawyer, Mya Henry, Isabella Fleming, Charlie Ewing, Marina Gergis, Hannah Kim, Grace Nichols, Callie Kinslow, Nate Long, Ruby Luke, Ella Miller, Ella Grace Schmidt, Anna Claire Swindol, Emily Shull, Mena Helmy, Heidi Beckman, Emily Broekhuizen, Brynn Everett, Savanna Garcia, Macie Jordan, Trevor McGee, Landon Prophit, Emily Wells, Abby Wright, Hallie Clark, Rylee Cooper, Stephen Mason, Jacob Salvino, Elijah Taylor, Makayla Wiseman.

4th Grade: Lindsey Bjorklund, Maddi Garrett, Brennan Jolley, Johan Ko, Lindsey Lamey, Tanner Meyer, Winson Nguyen, Evan Pigg, Isabel Silva, Abby Taylor, Karma Wymer, Pishoy Zaki, Madison Collier, Joslyn Hatter, Hailee Nichols, Haley Potier, Clara Samuel, Tres Synder, Reese Walker, Elle Jae Frazier, Gavin Lamkin, Ryan Williams, Isabelle Cosby, Ethan Holmes, Alec Jakalski, Makiyah Marshall, Brylee Sayer, Adrain Wilkerson, Abby Zweig.

5th Grade: Allie Brady, Olive Jolley, Ellen Ewing, Grace Reese, Matt Delfendahl, Jackson Clark, Jenny Guzman, Cerenitie Hudson, Nehemiah Jones, Dylan Lynn, Dalton Parish, Joel Wallace, Morgan Allen, Madeline Flemming, Jude Hassell, Hunter Lockert, Will Myers, Layne Nuckoles, Jordan Barga, Abby Davidson, Sidney Larkin.

 
MJ named 3rd best place in TN to buy a home
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The website Nerdwallet.com has named Mt. Juliet as the third best place to buy a home in Tennessee. 

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Planning commission moves Chuck E. Cheese forward
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The planning commission approved the site plan and final master development plan for Chuck E. Cheese in Providence. 

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Commission approves improvements to park
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The Board of Commissioners approved three items for improvements at Charlie Daniels Park Monday. 

The first was to create pickleball courts, which would be near the tennis courts and skate park. Pickleball is a racket sport which is similar to tennis, badminton and ping pong. It uses wooden paddles, and a ball similar to a wiffle ball. 

The next item was to pave the parking lot for the Farmers Market to create a good first impression when people come into the park. 

The third item was to extend the current walking trail that runs throughout the park up through the new property where the Police Department will be located. The entire path will be paved not to exceed $44,000. 

All three items will be bid out as a package in hopes of getting a better price. 

The board also approved two seasonal employees for Ava’s Splash Pad. The pay would be $10 an hour, and the person would supervise people coming onto the splash pad, to make sure they have the right attire, and any other items that might disturb the Ph of the water, as well as safety issues. 

 
Teaches of the Year: Gladeville's Debbie Yankura and Stoner Creek's Jennifer Marshall
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

This week we will meet two more Teachers of the Year. The first is Debbie Yankura of Gladeville Elementary and the second is Jennifer Marshall of Stoner Creek Elementary. 

Yankura is in her fourth year at Gladeville, but has been a teacher for eight years. She teaches fifth grade science, and loves the hands on aspect of the subject. 

She loves the small community of Gladeville and how the students, families and school staff really work together well.

Yankura was surprised by being voted Teacher of the Year, and was shocked that her name was even on the nomination list. 

“I was blown away by that,” said Yankura. 

She said she is beyond blessed and that anyone on the staff at Gladeville Elementary could be Teacher of the Year. 

Marshall is in her 7th year at Stoner Creek Elementary. She has also taught in Memphis City Schools and Metro Schools in her 15 year career. 

Marshall teaches kindergarten, and she likes it because it gives you a chance to build a good foundation for the students’ academic career. 

“I like that your their first impression of school,” said Marshall. 

Marshall has four children in Stoner Creek, two in elementary, two in the daycare there. But that’s not the only family she has there. 

“I love that Stoner Creek is like family,” she said. 

She said the school operates as one big family, and it is just a great environment to work. 

She was honored to named as the Teacher of the Year at the school. 

“It is not something to be taken lightly,” said Marshall. “I was very honored.” 

Both Yankura and Mashall are now up for Wilson County Teacher of the Year. They will be announced at banquet, April 11 at Baird Chapel on the campus of Cumberland University. The banquet is sponsored by Cedar Stone Bank and Wilson County Motors. 

 
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