TNB awards Good Grades Pay winners

October 22, 2013

Pictured from left to right are Chris Casto, Stacy Jones, Jamison Whoolery-Pratt, Holly Johnson, Keegan vonAtzigen, Kaitlyn Gholson, Liz Howard, Vickie May and Trey Aiken.

The students of Sweetwater High School started the new school year on the right foot with 63 students making the A-Honor Roll, and Texas National Bank continued with its commitment to recognize and award one lucky scholar from each grade with $50. The winners of the Texas National Bank Good Grades Pay Award for the first six seeks were Kaitlyn Gholson (9th grade), Keegan vonAtzigen (10th grade), Holly Johnson (11th grade) and Jamison Whoolery-Pratt (12th grade). Other students making the A-Honor Roll were:
Ninth Grade: Thomas Browning, Ty Casto, Felipa Chapman, Kensi Chowning, John Clift, Annaliese Espinoza, Kaitlyn Foster, Robbi Hannah, Debra Hefner, Lauren Jones, Christa Martin, McKell Meneses, Josh Rosas, Taya Santiago, Dylan Scott and Lauren Walker;
Tenth Grade: Alaina Andrews, Kilanie Arpin, Elizabeth Gray, Michael Hunt and Mark Lawrence;
Eleventh Grade: Joe Allen, Racheal Ausborn, Caroline Brennan, Natalie Cox, Eliza Delgado, Ashley Heaton, Madison Jones, Corynn Martin and Caleb Thompson;
Twelfth Grade: Gregory Aiken, Mason Andrews, Dylan Bennett, Kristin Bennett, Johnathan Browning, Morgan Browning, Hailey Brownlow, Shelby Chappell, Rachel Gray, Alyssa Heredia, Kaleb Hoover, Crysten Ivy, Ashley Johns, Caroline Lawrence, Steven Le, Larissa Locklar, Arturo Lomas, Austin Marlett, Stephen May, Noland McKnight, Taylor McPherson, Jenny Medellin, Morgan Mitchell, Teresa Perez-Poe, Micaela Reschman, Lexis Stewart, Brynn Torres, Quentin Wetsel and Allison Winslett.
"Congratulations to those who made all A’s during the six week period, and to the Good Grades Pay winners. Texas National Bank wants to remind students to apply themselves, set goals and study hard, because Good Grades Pay!"
The Good Grades Pay program was established by Texas National Bank in 2012 to encourage Sweetwater High School students to do well in school and pursue higher education. To date, the bank has awarded $1,200 to local students.
Texas National Bank is a full service commercial bank offering a range of products and services comparable to a large financial institution while maintaining the friendly access of a real community bank. Opened for business on May 8, 1995, Texas National Bank is Sweetwater’s only locally owned and managed community bank with total assets of $99 million as of September 30, 2013. Member FDIC.

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