TNB awards good grades pay winners

January 21, 2014

Pictured from left to right are Vickie May, Liz Howard, Trey Aiken, Jasmine Reddic, Ashleigh Jimenez, John Clift, Stacy Jones and Mike Fernandez. Not pictured is Ashley Johns.

Seventy-one Sweetwater High School students made the A-Honor Roll in the third six weeks, 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 third six seeks were John Clift (9th Grade), Ashleigh Jimenez (10th Grade), Jasmine Reddic (11th Grade) and Ashley Johns (12thGrade). Other students making the A-Honor Roll were:
Ninth Grade: Ty Casto, Felipa Chapman, Kensi Chowning, Jonathan Cox, Annaliese Espinoza, Kaitlyn Foster, Kaitlyn Gholson, Debra Hefner, Lauren Jones, Gabriel Leija, Christa Martin, McKell Meneses, Amber Smith, and Lauren Walker
Tenth Grade: Alaina Andrews, Kilanie Arpin, Mickenzie Brownlow, Mikeilah Foust, Elizabeth Gray, Michael Hunt, Mark Lawrence, Alyssa Soles and Keegan Von Atzigen
Eleventh Grade: Caroline Brennan, Gewel Cherry, Ty Crain, Eliza Delgado, Andria Golden, Ashley Heaton, Holly Johnson, Madison Jones, Corynn Martin, Abigail McPherson, Caleb Thompson and Rhett Torres
Twelfth Grade: Gregory Aiken, Mason Andrews, Dylan Bennett, Kristin Bennett, Johnathan Browning, Morgan Browning, Hailey Brownlow, Megan Carney, Shelby Chappell, Kayla Chowning, James Clift, Alexis Ervin, Rachel Gray, Michael Hazard, Alyssa Heredia, Kaleb Hoover, Crysten Ivy, Caroline Lawrence, Steven Le, Larissa Locklar, Stephen May, Noland McKnight, Taylor McPherson, Jenny Medellin, Teresa Perez-Poe, Micaela Reschman, Lexis Stewart, Brynn Torres, Bryan Vause, Quentin Wetsel, Morgan Whitley and Alexis Williams
"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 $1,600 to local students.

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