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 CAB Recognizes Dozens of Students, Teacher, Helpers

May 21, 2008 - Several students, school corporation employees and citizens were recognized at Tuesday evening's meeting of the Charles A. Beard School Board for recent accomplishments and good deeds.

Students receiving special recognition from CAB interim Superintendent Ray Pavy included: the cast, crew and pit orchestra players for the "Once Upon a Mattress" performance at Knightstown High School; Matthew Miller, Devin Silver, Kori Smith, Ashley Kline, Joe Haase, Sarah Tabb and Jodi Howard for receiving awards at the Art Association of Henry County Student Show; fifth and sixth grade student councils at KIS for assisting with the Superman Bonanza; students who donated to benefit the Keesling farm and Riley Hospital; Clay Ratliff, Bobby Wyatt, Mary Beth Wells and Ashley Darling for being outstanding student helpers during DARE Day; Kyleigh Mayhew, Justice Harlow, Connor Brookbank, Jada Bow, Landon Fields, Emily Loveall, Austin Forshey, Stone Pender, Spencer Goodpaster, Hunter Haines, Christopher Butterfield, Grace Muncy, Kaleb Buchanan, Kori Wright, Tyler Burton, Katherine Tielking, Dalton Moss, Allicia Wilfong, Roy Guffey, Cody Miller, Jason Dishman, Stephen Shilling, Kylie Morris, Abby Smith, Tori McDonald and Kyleigh Mitchell for being KES Honor Students of the Month; the seventh and eighth grade student councils for helping organize the Late Show at KIS; and Ike Kinser, Nick Back, Raeleigh Stallsworth, Emily Kinser, Stephen Back, Madison Hankins, Ti Groce and Zoie Prince for outstanding classwork.

Pavy also gave recognition to the following CAB employees: Jane Selvidge for organizing an outstanding KES Book Fair; Beverly Brammer, Tracie Smith, Kelly Hall, Beth Willard, Honey Hunt and Katie Calvert for a successful Kindergarten Round Up; Jena Schmidt and Susie Bundy for directing the KHS musical; Chris Holland for directing the "… Mattress" pit orchestra; Carrie Underwood, Amanda Rust, Jamie Trautmann and Angela Moss for fundraising for the Superman Bonanza to benefit the Dr. Triarsi scholarship fund; KIS staff for their gifts to benefit the Keesling farm and Riley Hospital; Judy Stevens, Eddie Vincent, Amanda Rust and Lisa Haugh for their DARE Day activities; Patty Keesling for organizing the KIS Late Show; Vee Ann Schmit and Tabitha Brown for organizing field trips; Julie Anderson for efforts during incoming fifth grader orientation; Traci Smith, Tracy Edwards, Carol Robertson, Beth Willard, Beth Childress, Katie Calvert, Shelli Wilson and Peggy Sweigart for assisting with the Kindergarten Round Up; and Denise Akers and Judy Sadler for efforts "above and beyond the call of duty."

Citizens receiving recognition from Pavy were: Patti Wolfrom for assisting with the KES Book Fair; Shirley Shepherd, Peggy Harmeson, Helen Dulin, Glenda Peacock, Pattie Wolfrom and Traci Howard for assisting with Kindergarten Round Up; Knightstown Chief of Police Danny Baker and the KPD for assisting with afternoon traffic control for bus routes this year; and Stacey Sorrel for representing Carthage Elementary before the Rush County Community Foundation Grant Selection Committee.


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