Sweetwater High School had another great six week period with 65 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 sixth six seeks were Mikeilah Foust (9th Grade), Corynn Martin (10th Grade), Micaela Reschman (11th Grade) and Sean Morrow (12thGrade). Other students making the A-Honor Roll included (Ninth Grade) Alaina Andrews, Kilanie Arpin, Mickenzie Brownlow, David Geron, Isaiah Gonzales, Elizabeth Gray, Hanna Hayes, Michael Hunt, Ashleigh Jimenez, Brittany Jimenez, Savanna Kamer, Mark Lawrence, Ashley Sifford, Alyssa Soles, Lorenzo Soto, Keygan Valdez, Keegan Von Atzigen, Thomas Whittenburg, Nicholas Yarbro, (Tenth Grade) Caroline Brennan, Caleb Thompson, Kala Wofford, (Eleventh Grade) Gregory Aiken, Morgan Browning, Haley Brownlow, Shelby Chappell, Kayla Chowning, Rachel Gray, Alyssa Heredia, Kaleb Hoover, Crysten Ivy, Ashley Johns, Caroline Lawrence, Steven Le, Larissa Locklar, Noland McKnight, Taylor McPherson, Jenny Medellin, Teresa Perez-Poe, Kevin Thompson, Quentin Wetsel, (Twelfth Grade) Kathleen Campbell, Tadeo Canon-Masjoan, Shelby Cason, Addisyn Cleckler, Mackensey Hayes, Allison Hunt, Rachel Hunt, Ashley Kincheloe, Kyle Lambert, Sarah Lawrence, Destry Lecroy, Cole Maxwell, Madison Meneses, Robert Nemir, Hannah Sanchez, Suede Shirley, Janell Walker, Nicholas Walker, Amy Witt and Blake Young
"Congratulations to those who made all A’s during the sixth six weeks, and to the Good Grades Pay winners," said representatives from Texas National Bank. "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 $1,000 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 $108,262,838 as of March 31, 2013. Member FDIC.