Young Achievers honors top 4th and 7th-graders

July 14, 2014 

The Young Achievers program has named a school winner for each participating elementary and middle school in Fayette County for the 2013-2014 school year. Each winner will receive a Young Achievers gold medallion, a Young Achievers T-shirt and a Young Achievers book bag. These students were nominated by their principal, guidance counselor or teacher in the spring of their fourth- or seventh-grade year.

Holifield Photography sponsors Young Achievers in cooperation with the non-profit International Leadership Network and has helped develop the program in the Central Kentucky area over the last 24 years.

The purpose of this program is to honor fifth- and eighth-graders in the community who serve as positive role models for their peers, demonstrate exceptional achievement in a variety of areas, exhibit good citizenship in their schools and communities and maintain satisfactory records of school attendance and scholastic achievement.

Winners

The following is a list of the top school winners in the Young Achievers program for the 2013-2014 school year:

Elementary Schools fifth grade:

Elizabeth Moore, Ashland Elementary School; Graham Wilson and Taylor Marie Galavotti (tie), Athens-Chilesburg Elementary; Lauren Michelle Oliver, Booker T. Washington Elementary School; Eryn Keenan, Breckinridge Elementary School; Darius Rowe, Cardinal Valley Elementary School; Bennett Shrensker, Cassidy Elementary School; Stephen Ewing, Clays Mill Elementary School; Hannah Yahr, Deep Springs Elementary School; LeAnn Khong, Dixie Magnet Elementary School; Emily O'Nan, Garden Springs Elementary School; Maian Jennings, Harrison Elementary School; JoonWoo Park, Julius Marks Elementary School; Andy Waters, Lansdowne Elementary School; Holden Whipple, Lexington Christian Academy; Jackson Gonzales, Liberty Elementary School; Helena Arjona, Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary School; Rylea Lewis, Mary Todd Elementary School; Victoria Grace Lowe, Maxwell Elementary School; Erin Stratton, Meadowthorpe Elementary School; Grace Hensley, Millcreek Elementary School; Kathryn Winburn, Northern Elementary School; Sophia Lawson, Picadome Elementary School; Emma Jinwright, Rosa Parks Elementary School; Karen Kimberly Castillo-Tellez, Russell Cave Elementary School; Brayden Mefford, Sandersville Elementary School; Natalie Gardner, Seton Catholic School; Charles Wilson, Southern Elementary School; James Boyd, Squires Elementary School; William Garrett Barr IV, St. Peter and Paul School; Sarah Hayden Clark, Stonewall Elementary School; Paula Jocelle Aguhob Glaser, Summit Christian Academy; Kamilah Tyshae Ragland, Tates Creek Elementary School; Ethan Rood, Veterans Park Elementary School; Abby Milner, Wellington Elementary School; Kyla Langford, William Wells Brown Elementary School; and Matthew Tuggle, Yates Elementary School.

Middle Schools — eighth grade (2013-2014 School Year)

Tejaswini Sudhakar, Beaumont Middle School; Jovanna Lewis, Bryan Station Middle School; Emma Harper, Christ the King School; Alison Ivey Chrisco, Crawford Middle School; Kacie Hughes, Edythe J. Hayes Middle School; Dallyn Nicole Newsome, Jessie Clark Middle School; Nathaniel Duncan Evans Sparks, Leestown Middle School; Wyatt Southall, Lexington Christian Academy; Aaron Bussell, Lexington Traditional Magnet School; Claudia Terhune, Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary School; Katherine Boyd, Montessori Middle School; Will Feese, Morton Middle School; Brett Goble, Royal Springs Middle School; Joshua Curry, Sayre School; Natalie Scolf, School for the Creative and Performing Arts; John Ang, Seton Catholic School; Mikayla Day, Southern Middle School; Courtney Nicole Bailey, St. Peter and Paul School; Elena Joos, Summit Christian Academy; Hunter Cole, Tates Creek Middle School; and Adarsh Chithrala, Winburn Middle School.

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