Educational Briefings February 12-19 – The Newnan Times-Herald
Caylor named to Utah Dean’s List
Newnan’s Natalie Caylor is among more than 9,600 students who have been named to the University of Utah’s Dean’s List for the fall 2021 semester.
Caylor, a 2018 STAR student from Northgate High School, is pursuing studies in Health, Society and Politics and Sociology.
Georgia State Announces Academic Honors
The local residents have been named to Georgia State University’s Academic Honors Lists for the fall 2021 semester.
PRESIDENT’S LIST: Katherine Angelo of Newnan, Xavier Baruti of Newnan, Carlee Biggers of Senoia, Jeddie Biggers of Senoia, Conner Bogolin of Newnan, Lili Bourque of Sharpsburg, Mali Bourque of Sharpsburg, Kelsi Broderick of Newnan, Gabriel Butts of Palmetto, Donia Chiciu of Newnan, Ethan Clark of Sharpsburg, Rylee Cochran of Sharpsburg, Olivia Davis of Newnan, Kenneth Dudley of Newnan, Nicole Goncerzewicz of Newnan, Beau Gregory of Sharpsburg, Shannon Grimm of Sharpsburg, Taylor Henry of Sharpsburg, Kirsty Houston of Newnan, Xiaoyan Huang of Newnan, Ashfiq Islam of Newnan, Garrett Jones of Newnan, Rayhan Khot of Newnan, Beau Martin of Newnan, Rachael Mayhew of Newnan, Emily Miller of Senoia, Kendall Missal of Sharpsburg, Yujeong Na of Newnan, a-De’ja-Chanel Nelson-Porter of Newnan, Brianna Newton of Palmetto, Sarah Orozco of Newnan, Melissa Patino of Newnan, Joshua Perry of Newnan, Matthew Ralich of Newnan, Jessica Shenning of Newnan, Minjun Shim of Newnan, Emma Stacey of Newnan, Noor Tabbaa of Sharpsbu rg, Serena White of Newnan, Alani Wight of Newnan and Russell Zaring of Sharpsburg,
To be eligible, students must maintain a GPA of 4.0 while completing at least nine academic credit hours, with an institutional GPA of 2.0 or higher.
DEAN’S LIST: Moyosope Aigberua of Newnan, Alma Andrade of Palmetto, Jesse Awuah of Grantville, Makenzie Barnett of Moreland, Samantha Bartholomew of Newnan, Selma Bormann of Sharpsburg, Madelyn Bramer of Newnan, Asia Brown of Grantville, Mai Brown of Newnan, Jane Campbell of Newnan, Madison Cantrell of Newnan, Marifher Castaneda of Palmetto, Nicholas Clarke of Newnan, Stephanie Consuegra of Newnan, Justin Cook of Newnan, Isaiah Copeland of Newnan, Joshua Daisy of Newnan, Daniela Del Pilar of Sharpsburg, Sabrina Dragone of Newnan, Joelle Erwin of Sharpsburg, Juan Escobar of Newnan, Claire Fagan of Newnan, Kyle Ferguson of Palmetto, Diana Flores Valdez of Newnan, Jessica Foster of Sharpsburg, Amber Galloway of Senoia, Herniole Gavitse of Newnan, Arthikan Gengatharan of Newnan, Gisselle Gonzalez of Newnan , Valeska Gonzalez of Newnan, Viviana Gonzalez of Newnan, Hunter Hall of Sharpsburg, Ravene Harris of Newnan, Jeffrey Hoffman of Sharpsburg, Ishaa Hope of Palmetto, Orianne Hoyos of N ewna n, Matthew Keller of Newnan, Kirsten Key of Newnan, Alex Kim of Newnan, Evan Knight of Newnan, Gaeun Lee of Newnan, Saxon LeFebvre of Sharpsburg, Meredith Lodge of Sharpsburg, Kyle Loeber of Newnan, Noah Malik of Newnan, Kasey Miller from Newnan, Mehek Momin from Newnan, Emma Morris from Newnan, Fredrick Moses from Newnan, Elona Musliu from Newnan, Rachel Myrick from Palmetto, Huong Nguyen from Newnan, Kaitlin Novak from Newnan, Nidhi Patel from Newnan, Rishi Patel from Newnan, Tori Phillips of Newnan, Brooke Pittman of Senoia, Daniel Plonk of Newnan, Sebastian Rabanal of Newnan, Jordan Rineer of Senoia, Angie Rodriguez of Newnan, Christofer Sanchez Avila of Newnan, Jamie Sheets of Newnan, Tatyana Spivey of Sharpsburg, Geraldine Suarez of Palmetto, Jadin Newnan’s Suarez, Palmetto’s Unnisa Suarez, Newnan’s James Swafford, Palmetto’s Bryan Torres-Quiroz, Sharpsburg’s Eric Trinh, Newnan’s Savanna Turley, Senoia’s Nicole Watts and Senoia’s Michael Whitlock.
To be eligible, students must maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA while completing at least nine academic credit hours, with an institutional GPA of 2.0 or higher.
Georgia Southern Announces Academic Honors
Local residents have been named to Georgia Southern University‘s Academic Honors Lists for the Fall 2021 semester.
PRESIDENT’S LIST: Rachael Aldridge of Sharpsburg, Megan Blanchard of Senoia, Chaelyn Brewer of Senoia, Grady Cliche of Newnan, Zabrina Corrales of Senoia, Lindsay Eggen of Newnan, Connor Ellison of Newnan, Connor Fortner of Sharpsburg, Hope Futral of Moreland, Logan Gray of Newnan, Ansley Grier of Sharpsburg, Shandria Hill of Newnan, Sarah Hogg of Newnan, Emily Jimerson of Senoia, Faith Manuel of Newnan, Haley Mapp of Newnan, Ryan Mitchell of Newnan, Yenaira Napenas of Newnan, Carrie Sellers of Newnan, Brandon Shaw of Newnan, Taylor Smith of Newnan and Rachel Tripp of Sharpsburg.
To be eligible, students must maintain a 4.0 GPA while completing at least 12 academic credit hours.
DEAN’S LIST: Callie Bass of Newnan, Emily Bauman of Senoia, Adrianna Bodruk of Senoia, Brandon Burgess of Newnan, Skyler Carder of Senoia, Andrew Carson of Newnan, Joshua Colton of Sharpsburg, Kaitlyn Conrey of Senoia, Keva Elder of Sharpsburg, Jack Eskew of Sharpsburg, Jessica Garner of Sharpsburg, Catalina Gonzalez of Newnan, Byron Griffies of Newnan, Sydney Hall of Newnan, Andrew Harmon of Newnan, Ashley Hiller of Newnan, Emily Hogg of Newnan, Cameron Johnston of Newnan, Donovan Jones of Palmetto, Olivia Law of Newnan, Connor Marshall of Newnan, Virginia Mathis of Newnan, Caitlyn McCranie of Senoia, Emily McDowell of Senoia, Kyle Mcguire of Newnan, Jada Mcneil of Newnan, Alana Merry of Newnan, Jeremy Miller of Senoia, Ashlyn Millians of Newnan, Caitlin Nelms of Newnan, Skylar Patterson of Newnan, A’maya Pless of Newnan, Skylar Reifschneider of Sharpsburg, Sara Ridge of Senoia, William Sachs of Sharpsburg, Michael Shaw of Newnan, Skylar Sheha-Mcalee of Sharpsburg, Ashleigh Shriner of Senoia, Gill Ian Sneve of Senoia, Alexis Toles of Newnan, Daniel Troyano of Newnan, Larry Voyles of Senoia and Caroline White of Sharpsburg.
To be eligible, students must maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA while completing at least 12 academic credit hours.
Georgia State Announces Fall Graduates
Local residents were among more than 3,000 students graduating from Georgia State University in the fall 2021 semester.
Local graduates included:
Alma Andrade de Palmetto, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Accounting
Aidan Coleman of Newnan, Bachelor of Arts in Applied Linguistics
Alison McCondichie de Newnan, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Media Entrepreneurship
Cordarious Reid of Senoia, Bachelor of Science in Public Policy with a Concentration in Public Management and Governance
Daniel Serna de Newnan, Bachelor of Arts in Film and Media
Elona Musliu from Newnan, Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing
Heather Bennett of Newnan, Associate of Science in Business Administration
Ishaa Hope of Palmetto, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies with a Concentration in Law and Society
Jalen Alford from Newnan, a Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Biomedical Enterprise
Jonathan Craig of Newnan, Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
Jasmine Johnson of Newnan, Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences
Jacob Webb of Newnan, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
Kyle Ferguson of Palmetto, Bachelor of Science in Public Policy with a Concentration in Public Management and Governance
Liliana Chiciu de Newnan, Master of Laws with concentration in foreign bar
Logan Klein of Sharpsburg, Master of Science in Information Systems with a concentration in Cybersecurity
Newnan’s Lena Patel, Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a Concentration in Crime and Justice
Leeya Patel of Senoia, Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Matthew Siciliano-Salazar de Newnan, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Media Entrepreneurship
Mikayla Terrell de Newnan, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Media Entrepreneurship
Newnan’s Noah Malik, BSc in Chemistry with a Concentration in Pre-Medical Track
Olivia Davis de Newnan, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Science
Raychele Couey de Newnan, Master of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Mass Communication
Shawn Canavan of Newnan, MSc in Biology with a concentration in Applied Environmental Microbiology
Sheryl Vasiliadis of Sharpsburg, Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
Serena White de Newnan, Bachelor of Arts in Applied Linguistics
Vanessa Cornejo de Palmetto, Associate of Science with Studies in Criminal Justice
Yicel Reyes Miranda de Newnan, Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a Concentration in Crime and Justice
Zaira Diaz of Sharpsburg, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Accounting
Whist named to Dean’s List at Tufts
Adelaide Whist of Palmetto has been named to Tufts University’s Dean’s List for the Fall 2021 semester.
To be eligible, students must maintain a minimum 3.4 GPA for the semester.
Coweta County School Board
At its February 8 meeting, the board:
• Approved the 2022 Sick Leave Bank Committee. Members are Jason Olvey, Chief Technology Officer; Sean Dye, principal of Jefferson Parkway Elementary; Toni Vinson, counselor at Welch Elementary School; Trish Barberio, teacher at Madras Middle School; Susie Bott, administrative assistant at the Werz Operations Center; Charlotte Hollins, registrar at East Coweta Middle School; and Allison Hurston, teacher at Newnan High School.
• Approved to enter into an agreement to sell 11,001 acres of land adjacent to Canongate Elementary School in Coweta County for $242,669.
• Approved a resolution to amend the 2023 state capital expenditure request for the reconstruction of Newnan High School. Updated plans include four business education labs to replace two computer labs and an engineering, drafting and design lab; an ROTC suite to replace a fourth art laboratory; six scientific laboratories instead of eight (11 already exist on campus).
• Approved renewal of agreement with West Georgia RESA to provide educational services for 2023 at a cost of $79,429.
• Approved the Canongate Elementary School PTO’s request to pay for materials and installation of playground equipment at the school.
• Approved Parrish Construction Group to provide construction management services at risk for the reconstruction, renovations and alterations of Newnan High School for a total amount of $2,579,000.
• Approved a request for the East Coweta High Schools Winterguard team to compete in the Winterguard International World Championship at the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio, April 6-10.