May 30, 2017 - S. W. Carter Elementary announces the end of school awards for 2016-2017 presented at their awards program.
The following students were presented an Accelerated Reader Certificate for earning 100 or more AR points for the 2016-2017 school year:
Second - Eddie Turk, Cori Lawson, Ashton Scarborough, Bryant Scarborough, Carter Bell, Levi Wheatley, Jaylee Gillespie, Riley Holloway, Gaylon Harrison, Ja’brayden Simpson, Abigail Baylor, Dakota Killen, Adrian Musico, Bryan Martinez, Eli Matthews
Third - Lily Haley, Ella Matthews
Fourth - Elizabeth Marin, Kaylin Miller
Fifth - Tamryn Murphy, Jamarria Wright, Kason Parker, Kevin Valencia, Zoe McKinney, Joshua Florence
Perfect Attendance for the Year
Attendance in school is usually a good predictor of a student’s academic performance. Students with excellent attendance records have a better chance to perform well in the classroom. The following students did not miss a day and were in attendance 169 days this year. It takes a great deal of determination and effort to attend school the entire year and not miss a day.
Kindergarten - Kason Lister, Cole Riggs
First Grade - Jessie Ortiz, Shon Parker, Dusty Taylor
Second Grade - Jaylee Gillespie, Karmen Mills, Ashton Scarborough, Keziah Wade
Third Grade - Jayleigh Jones, Madolyn Lout, Johnathan Mills, Hannah Ross
Fourth Grade - Robyn Bland, An’Tyiah Giles, Carsey Lovell, Elizabeth Marin, Jacob Smith
Fifth Grade - Franydric Buckley, Eldon Hendrix, Hallie Merriman, Dylan Parker, James Spencer, Jamarria Wright, Izzy Youngblood
Principal’s certificates and pins were given to recognize students who have a yearly average of 80 or above in every subject. The following students received the Principal’s Award:
First Grade - Matthew Askew, Na’Khyia Bennett, Paetin Doggett, Michael Galaviz, CaLayasia Garrett, Rene Hernandez, Viviana Jaimez, Andy Johnson, Samantha Lugo, Karson McClendon, Jason Ortiz, Jessie Ortiz, Ji’Kendrian Polley, Reagan Raines, Kloe Shields, Cace Stringer, Chace Stringer, Natalyn Sullivan, Edwin Vazquez, Guner Youngblood
Second Grade - Callie Alvis, Rylan Barbee, Twyla Betsill, DeMarjiae Bolden, My’Taisia Cartwright, Shakayla Cartwright, Allison Cox, Julie Crawford, Maxton Eaves, Haeli Gregory, Jackson Holloway, Riley Holloway, Desaray Jasso, Keylee Jernigan, Brylie Kay, Nathaniel Marin, Sydney McDonald, Jaxon Raymond, Sergio Reyes, Bryant Scarborough, Rilee Sholar, Preslee Sims, Levi Wheatley, Remington Wheatley, River Wilkinson
Third Grade - Jaleah Allen, Calvin Bartlett, Lucas Bass, Cutter Bradshaw, Yozmen Cartwright, Mac Collins, Jenna Crawford, Arianna Davis, Cason Davis, Jason Fleming, Lily Haley, Tucker Harbison, Justin Jackson, SaiNaihaei Johnson, Devin Jones, Cason Lee, Cheyanne Lee, Johnathan Mills, Trinity Mitchell, Baleria Perez, Chase Roland, Hannah Ross, Trace Sims, Jeslyn Sullivan, Lamarjay Thomas, Daulton Wheatley
Fourth Grade - De’Ovion Barnes, Robyn Bland, Donny Caporali, Gavin Cartwright, Jennifer Castro, Miranda Chambers, An’Tyiah Giles, McKenzie Gillaspie, Chance Gray, Myah Lewis, I’Morion McClelland, Cameron McGee, Ethan McVickers, Gracie Miller, Jake Nicosia, Landon Ponder, Alex Slocum, Kayden Stutts, Mikayla Wheatley, Baylee Whiteside
Fifth Grade - Macager Alvis, Emily Bautista, Logan Brantley, Franydric Buckley, Breanna Chambers, Kayla Garcia, Sierra Gatlin, Alaina Haley, Eldon Hendrix, Aydan Hubble, Dennis Lee, Kyra Mardis, Hallie Merriman, Dario Reyes, Karista Smith, Levi Stevens, Nakyia Swindle, Jesse Vail, Kevin Valencia, Kyleigh Whiteside, River Williford, Jamarria Wright, Izzy Youngblood
The “S” Award for Scholastic Excellence and medal is presented to students who have a yearly average of 90 or above in every subject. The following students are to be commended for maintaining this level of academic excellence.
First Grade - Landry Balkcom, Jarhiya Cartwright, Abigail Denby, Zane Dutton, Sophia Ellington, Taylen Flanagan, Cassidy Greer, Chase Harbison, Kaylee Harvey, Dakota Horne, Caleb Jamison, Colton Jenkins, Dallas Jones, Bryleigh Lynch, Gavin McDonald, Shon Parker, Baylee Robins, Matthew Salinas, Christa Stutts, Dusty Taylor, Kaylyn Thompson, Alexa Valdez, Arianna Wheeler, Reese Whiteside, Tanner Woods, Kamdyn Zachery
Second Grade - Jayvion Barnes, Abigail Baylor, Carter Bell, Jaycob Blue, Chyler Bradshaw, Carson Copelin, Jaylee Gillespie, Gaylon Harriosn, Hunter Harvey, Dakota Killen, Cori Lawson, Kallie Lout, Bryan Martinez, Eli Matthews, Payton McGee, Weston Murphy, Dallas Murry, Adrian Musico, Brett Peveto, Levi Ross, Ashton Scarborough, Karma Sholar, Ja’brayden Simpson, Kaden Sims, Trinity Sims, Aiden Swindle, Eddie Turk, Carolina Warr
Third Grade - Bailee Bohannon, Travis Caporali, Campbell Chase, Aidan Davis, Jose Gonzalez, Camille Greer, Riley Hopkins, Detoris Hubbard, Ethan Jackson, Jayleigh Jones, Kenadee Lathan, Nevaeh Lee, Addison Lloyd, Katelyn Lout, Madolyn Lout, Ella Matthews, Wesley Matthews, Angelli Ortiz, Harley Risinger, Tristan Vickers, Caitlynn White
Fourth Grade - Lanie Bass, Parker Chase, Landyn Fleming, Nicole Harvey, Bradley Jamison, Taylor Jones, Lane Loggins, Carsey Lovell, Haleigh Lynch, Elizabeth Marin, Kaylin Miller, Thomas Powell, Eli Shofner, Malachi Sierra, Jacob Smith, Kennedy Smith, Lawson Vickers
Fifth Grade - Laci Eddings, Eli Ferguson, Josh Florence, John Ford, Chace Hall, Deakon Kay, Liela Klein, Alexis Lout, Payton Lyons, Zoe McKinney, Tamryn Murphy, Dylan Parker, Kason Parker, Rileigh Powell, James Spencer
President’s Award for Educational Excellence
The President’s Award for Educational Excellence was established to recognize academic success in the classroom. It is designed to encourage students to achieve high academic standards by recognizing and rewarding them for educational excellence. To receive this award, fifth grade students must have high achievement on the math or reading portion of the 5th grade STAAR test and earn a grade point average of 90 or above in the fourth and fifth grades.
The following students received the Presidential Award for Educational Excellence from the President and the Secretary of Education, Betty Devos: Logan Brantley, Franydric Buckley, Laci Eddings, Eli Ferguson, Joshua Florence, John Austin Ford, Eldon Hendrix, Deakon Kay, Liela Klein, Alexis Lout, Payton Lyons, Kyra Mardis, Zoe McKinney, Hallie Merriman, Tamryn Murphy, Dylan Parker, Kason Parker, Rileigh Powell, James Spencer, NaKyia Swindle, Jesse Vail, and Jamarria Wright.
President’s Award for Educational Achievement
The President’s Award for Educational Achievement is given to recognize students who show outstanding educational growth, improvement, commitment or intellectual development in their academic subjects but do not meet the criteria for the President’s Award for Educational Excellence. This award is meant to encourage and reward students who work hard and put forth their best effort in all academic areas.
The following student received the Presidential Award for Educational Achievement from the President and the Secretary of Education, Betty Devos: Kayla Garcia, Chace Hall, and Kevin Valencia.