Campbellsville Middle School fourth- and fifth-grade students received awards recently for their academic work this school year.
End of the year awards were presented on Thursday, May 18.
CMS Principal Elisha Rhodes spoke at the ceremony.
Fourth-grade teachers Garnetta Murrell, Maranda Wright, Kaye Agathen and Samantha Coomer, fifth-grade teachers Ann Michael Tucker, Jessica Lile, Kaye Breeding and Donna White and activity teachers Jessica Floyd, Jo Ann Harris and Zach Shelton made the presentations.
Award winners are as follow:
Social Studies – Zeke Harris.
Science – Noah Leachman.
Math – Andrew Mardis.
Language Arts – Gabriel Noyola.
Reading – Gabriel Noyola.
Accelerated Reader – Logan England.
Most Outstanding Choir Boy – Aiden Eastridge.
Most Outstanding Choir Girl – Ta’Zaria Owens.
General Music – Logan England.
Instrumental Music – Mackenzie Negron.
Art – Marissa Segura.
Social Studies – Karlie Cox.
Science – Caleb Holt.
Math – Angelica Seng.
Language Arts – Kayden Birdwell.
Accelerated Reader – Angelica Seng.
Perfect Attendance – Tashaun Hart and Chase Lawless.
General Music – Gabby Bright.
Instrumental Music – Zachary Akin.
Art – Lexi Garvin.
MVP – Fifth-grader Isaac Garrison.
Students Advancing to Region Competition
Composition – Fifth-graders Karlie Cox, fourth place; Brianna Dobson, first place; and Angelica Seng, third place.
FPS Team – Fourth-graders Zeke Harris and Gabriel Noyola and fifth-graders Kayden Birdwell and Ryan Grubbs.
Quick Recall – Fifth-graders Kayden Birdwell, Karlie Cox, Isaac Garrison, Ryan Grubbs, Caleb Holt, Angelica Seng and Layla Steen, all placing second.
Subject Area Assessment – Fifth-grader Isaac Garrison, second place in math; fifth-grader Angelica Seng, fifth place in math; fifth-grader Kayden Birdwell, first place in science; fifth-grader Isaac Garrison, second place in science; fifth-grader Caleb Holt, fifth place in social studies; fourth-grader Zeke Harris, second place in arts and humanities; fifth-grader Brianna Dobson, first place in arts and humanities; fifth-grader Layla Steen, fourth place in arts and humanities; fourth-grader Logan England, fifth place in language arts; and fifth-grader Karlie Cox, second place in language arts.
Region Awards – Fifth-grader Karlie Cox, second place in composition; and fifth-grader Angelica Seng, fourth place in math.
President’s Award of Educational Excellence (3.5 to 4.0 GPA)
Harley Couch-Allen, Spencer Bates, Kate Billeter, Kenya Bridgewater, Aiden Eastridge, Logan England, Anna Floyd, Zeke Harris, Miley Hash, Jaclyn Jackson, Kaylyn Lawson, Noah Leachman, Andrew Mardis, Lilyan Murphy, Mackenzie Negron, Riley Newton, Gabriel Noyola, Ta’Zaria Owens, Mellany Parker, Averi Perkins, Rowan Petett, Landon Rakes, Payton Releford, Noah Skaggs, Skylar Wilhoite, Daisy Wilkerson and Ellie Wise.
Zachary Akin, Kayden Birdwell, Gabby Bright, Karlie Cox, Brianna Dobson, Ashtan Forrest, Isaac Garrison, Kiara Graves, Ryan Grubbs, Caleb Holt, Chase Lawless, Lance Knifley, Chloe Mitchell, Diego Noyola, Katlin Rainwater, Conner Rinehart and Angelica Seng.
President’s Award of Educational Achievement (3.0 to 3.5 GPA)
Dakota Broyles, Zhi Chen, Summer Cothern, Bronson Cox, Isabel Dengel, Mason Fisher, Jaxon Garrett, Taylan Hunt, Kaitlyn Keith, Falicity Lewis, Savannah Milby, Kaleb Miller, Serenity Mings, Kyra Parker, Deanna Reardon, Lillian Sears, Marissa Segura, Arthur Singleton, Kylee Sowders, Morgan Spears, Thomas Tungate, Simon Wilkerson, Zhi Yu and Shyanna Young.
Kaden Bloyd, Isaac Billeter, Lillee Byrne, Daniel Caton, Kendra Coulter, Kaylin Forbis, Lexi Garvin, Ellington Gowin, Tashaun Hart, Ava Hughes, Leo Lamer, Luke McDonald, Jaylie Moore, Piper Ritchie, Isaac Roddy, Alexis Sharp, Jaxon Sidebottom, Hannah Singleton, Layla Steen, Allison Sumners and Chloe Thompson.
Principal’s Honor Roll (All As for first three nine-week grading periods)
Kate Billeter, Anna Floyd, Zeke Harris, Andrew Mardis and Gabriel Noyola.
Kayden Birdwell and Karlie Cox.
Fourth-grade subject award winners are, from left, Andrew Mardis, math; Gabriel Noyola, language arts and reading; Zeke Harris, social studies; Logan England, accelerated reader; and Noah Leachman, science.
Fifth-grade subject award winners are, from left, Karlie Cox, social studies; Caleb Holt, science; Kayden Birdwell, language arts; and Angelica Seng, math and accelerated reader.
Perfect attendance awards went to fifth-graders Tashaun Hart, at left, and Chase Lawless.
Music award winners are, from left, fifth-grader Gabby Bright, general music; fourth-grader Aiden Eastridge, most outstanding boy; fourth-grader Logan England, general music; and fourth-grader Ta’Zaria Owens, most outstanding girl.
Instrumental music award winners are fourth-grader Mackenzie Negron and fifth-grader Zachary Akin.
Art award winners are fourth-grader Marissa Segura, at left, and fifth-grader Lexi Garvin.
Academic team award winners are, from left, front, fourth-graders Logan England and Gabriel Noyola and fifth-graders Angelica Seng and Caleb Holt. Back, fifth-grader Layla Steen, fourth-grader Zeke Harris and fifth-graders Kayden Birdwell, Karlie Cox, Isaac Garrison and Brianna Dobson. Absent from the photo is fifth-grader Ryan Grubbs.
Fourth-grade students receiving the president’s award for educational excellence are, from left, front, Mellany Parker, Averi Perkins, Payton Releford, Ellie Wise and Daisy Wilkerson. Second row, Logan Rakes, Rowan Petett, Gabriel Noyola, Logan England, Spencer Bates, Noah Leachman, Andrew Mardis and Noah Skaggs. Third row, Skylar Wilhoite, Lilyan Murphy, Jaclyn Jackson, Miley Hash, Harley Couch-Allen, Kate Billeter, Anna Floyd and Mackenzie Negron. Back, Riley Newton, Zeke Harris, Aiden Eastridge, Kenya Bridgewater, Kaylyn Lawson and Ta’Zaria Owens.
Fifth-grade students receiving the president’s award for educational excellence are, from left, front, Gabby Bright, Diego Noyola, Caleb Holt, Ashtan Forrest and Angelica Seng. Second row, Zachary Akin, Conner Rinehart, Lance Knifley and Chloe Mitchell. Third row, Katlin Rainwater, Chase Lawless, Kayden Birdwell, Karlie Cox and Brianna Dobson. Back, Kiara Graves and Isaac Garrison. Absent from the photo is Ryan Grubbs.
Fourth-graders receiving the president’s award for educational achievement are, from left, front, Marissa Segura, Kyra Parker, Mason Fisher, Taylan Hunt and Savannah Milby. Second row, Thomas Tungate, Kylee Sowders, Arthur Singleton, Morgan Spears and Yu Zhi. Third row, Lillian Sears, Kaitlyn Keith, Zhi Chen, Bronson Cox, Jaxon Garrett, Serenity Mings and Shyanna Young. Back, Kaleb Miller, Isabel Dengel, Dakota Broyles, Summer Cothern, Deanna Reardon and Simon Wilkerson. Absent from the photo is Falicity Lewis.
Fifth-graders receiving the president’s award for educational achievement are, from left, front, Chloe Thompson, Hannah Singleton, Jaxon Sidebottom and Isaac Billeter. Second row, Layla Steen, Piper Ritchie, Kendra Coulter, Ellington Gowin, Leo Lamer and Jaylie Moore. Third row, Tashaun Hart, Ava Hughes, Alexis Sharp, Lillee Byrne and Lexi Garvin. Back, Luke McDonald, Daniel Caton, Allison Sumners, Kaden Bloyd, Kaylin Forbis and Isaac Roddy.
Fourth-graders receiving the principal’s honor roll award are, from left, Gabriel Noyola, Kate Billeter, Andrew Mardis, Anna Floyd and Zeke Harris.
Fifth-graders receiving the principal’s honor roll award are Kayden Birdwell and Karlie Cox.