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Luffman named FDMJ Chief
Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Jamie Luffman was promoted to Mt. Juliet Fire Chief Monday. 

City Manager Kenny Martin said in a statement that the move was unanimously supported by Mayor Ed Hagerty, Vice Mayor James Maness, Commissioners and staff. 

Nashville Superspeedway deal to close within 60 days
Tuesday, March 31, 2015

The sale of the Nashville Superspeedway will happen in the next 60 days. 

NeXovation said they have secured the funding for the deal, but a bond issue and necessary due diligence caused delays. The new agreement says the deal will close within 60 days, and NeXovation made an extra investment of $400,000 as a show of good faith. This is the fourth investment NeXovation has made in the Nashville Speedway, totaling $2.5 million. 

Nashville taking notice of MJ musician
Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Mt. Juliet musician Justin Forrest could be on the cusp of stardom thanks to his single “City Life”.

In the last year, Forrest, 21, has gone from a guy trying to get his music out to hearing his song played in heavy rotation on Lightning 100, having one of the top 10 songs on Shazam, and named one of the 25 artists to watch by Nashville Lifestyles magazine. 

Teachers of the Year: Elzie Patton's Sarah Jordan, West's Scarlett Chadwell
Tuesday, March 31, 2015

We honor two more Teachers of the Year this week, as we profile Elzie Patton’s Sarah Jordan and West’s Scarlett Chadwell. 

Jordan is in her seventh year at Elzie Patton, and is currently teaching third grade. 

“Everyone is just a family, especially my third grade team,” said Jordan. “They always have the students in mind.”

Jordan said she likes the third grade because it is a new year for the students. They have gotten out of the K-2 group, and they are starting to mature more. Jordan said she loves to see the progress at the end of the year, and loves the interactions with the kids throughout. 

“I love seeing how much they’ve grown and learned,” said Jordan. 

Jordan said she was elated when she found out that her peers had chosen her as Teacher of the Year. 

“It means everything. It’s such an honor,” said Jordan. 

Chadwell has only been teaching six years, all at West. She currently teaches fifth grade math.

“It’s a true honor because they see me every day,” said Chadwell of her peers that chose her for the award. 

Chadwell said she loves the faculty, and the family atmosphere is why she has spent her whole career at the school. 

“There is a lot of great people in this building,” said Chadwell. 

Chadwell said she likes math because it is black and white, not subjective, and she loves seeing the “aha” moments from the kids when they can relate it to their everyday life. 

MJCA Elementary Principal’s List, Honor Roll
Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Principal’s List

1st Grade: Haile Agyemang, Lilly Barnes, Emberlynn Biggs, Hope Brown, Lilly Blackwell, Kannon Burroughs, William Goodall, Wyatt Gray, Avery Harris, Parker Howe, Michael Jaramillo, Aron Kelso, Avary Stockwell, Brynley Usry, Cadence Walsh, Sidney Weddle, Caroline Woolson, Sarah Cantrell, Blake Cullen, Olivia Davis, Vaden Drury, Sadie Jennings, Dylan Johnson, Luke Kleeberg, Jacob Lee, Carina Long, Carson Marks, Katie Moore, Layla Patrick, Caitlyn Swaney, Ethan Worley. 

2nd Grade: Addyson Caldwell, Luca Christensen, Kinsley Coleman, Linley Frazier, Tanner Hedgepath, Luke Irby, Sam Kimbrough, Addison Lanier, Sarah Little, Shaan Patel, Anna Claire Strong, Luke Taylor, Abigail Whicker, Kaitlyn McNeill. 

3rd Grade: Maddie Arostegui, Chiemelie Ezeoke, Maverick Harris, Sydney Pinto, Nathan Semmes, Elizabeth Corbin, Wesley Johnson, Owen Larson, Katie Newton, Rushang Vyas. 

4th Grade: Blake Cummings, Tanner Jennings, Nicholas Lee, Bethany Little, Meredith Woolson, Sandy Aramaneous, Dakota Biggs, Lauren Kleeberg, Shawn Link, J.D. Moore, Jeanne Oliver, Logan Swaney, Sajal Usry.

5th Grade: Chioma Ezeoke, Caroline Henderson, Samantha Pinto, George Wilson, Brandon Stonebraker, Jessica Whicker. 

Honor Roll

1st Grade: Tucker Campbell, Braeden Cummings, Savannah Worley. 

2nd Grade: Cole Martin, Lucas Otto, Blake Walker, Mellanee Willis. 

3rd Grade: Joshua Cantrell, Alexis Hudak, Mattie LaFaye, Alyssa McCorkle, Bell Nokes, Neve Scalf, Lily Witkus, Savanna Armstrong, Kail Burroughs, Drake George, Gabe Hildebrand, Ava Presley. 

4th Grade: Bradley Cullen, Jackson McKinney, Kyle Stewart, Grace Wood, Trey Adcock, Emily Davis, Layla Davis, Noah Goins, Jack Pyburn, Sullivan Swords. 

5th Grade: Kael Adams, Tyler Barnes, Troy Frazier, Owen Kelso, Ethan Olivier, Aydin Patel, Reagan Rentz, Connor Vogel, Kara Jo Alsup, Faith Brown, Eli Burgess, Ethan Howe, Levi Irby, Grace Kimbrough, Madeline Morris. 

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