D7 Student Earns TOP Junior Scholars Merit Award
For the third year in a row, a D7 student earned the TOP merit award in the county for the highest score on the PSAT during the Junior Scholars Awards Ceremony at Converse College. Will Kendrick, 8th grader from McCracken, received the award for the Highest Overall Score. 53 students were also honored for their academic achievements and were named Junior Scholars. To become a Junior Scholar an 8th grader must take the PSAT and earn a score of 50 or higher on at least one of the three tested areas: critical reading, mathematics, and writing proficiency.
Our honorees representing Carver Middle, E.P. Todd School, and McCracken Middle are: Chantel Aguirre, Buddy Akridge, William Arrington, Justin Barron, Grant Booker, Jalen Byrd, RJ Dantin, Quinn Filler, Evan Gaubert, Jaylon Girdner, Isabella Goodchild-Michelman, Maddie Green, Nick Haithcox, Sam Harakas, Bryan Huff, Emma Hull, Marco Idrovo, Cooper James, Elle Johnson, Nathan Jones, Jhelani Jordan, Louis Jordan, Drew Joyce, Will Kendrick, Owen Lancaster, Wells Laney, Christopher Latham, Kiki Logel, Alex Lonon, David Mahaffey, Heyward McPhail, Brice Moore, Mac Morehead, Anna Morgan, James Mullen, Cammie Myers, Jeet Patel, Severin Puckett, Cole Ray, Amy Rieth, Emma Sandago, Brian Sanders, Ellis Smith, Evelyn Stephens, Dante Stewart, Carson Swink, Nolan Sykes, Allen Tebbe, Jack Thorp, Kyle Volk, Layton Ward, Sophia Whisnant, and Jessica Xayasane.
Will Kendrick, 8th grader from McCracken, received the award for the Highest Overall Score. He was honored at the Junior Scholars Awards Ceremony at Converse. He is shown here with Principal Margaret Peach and Superintendent Russell Booker.