Cannon County High Students Earn Variety Of Honors

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Cannon County High School announced Wednesday that a number of students have been recognized for outstanding academic achievement and received a variety of honors.

Selected to attend Tennessee Governor's Schools (photo above) are, from left, Dericka Simmons (Prospective Teachers - UT-Chattanooga), Emily Faulkner (Scientific Exploration of Tennessee Heritage - ETSU), Dylan McMurry (The School for Arts - MTSU and Humanties - UT-Martin), Darci Brandon, alternate (International Studies UT-Memphis), Damian Coomes, alternate (Humanties - UT-Martin) and Katlyn Currie (Agricultural Sciences - UT-Martin).

Darci Brandon has been selected People to People Student Ambassador - Japan and James Tyler Stone to People to People Leadership Summit - John Hopkins University.

Selected to attend the MTEMC Leadership Seminar are Kayla Head and John Andrew Gannon.

Sara Bowman has received a DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) scholarship.

The Top 20 Academic Achievers at Cannon County High are shown in the above two pictures. Top photo: Ruth Sabrina Gomar, Sara E. Bowman, Zachary L. Barker, Bradley G. Coppinger, Katherine E. Mullen, Kristi L. Oakley (not present), Kristen M. Peterson, Thomas A, Agee III, Megan B. Hale and Katie S. Love. Bottom photo: Charles B. Wilder IV, Steven Andrew Bullock, Heather M. George, Kaitlin M. Patterson, Dorothy J. Todd, Kelsie C. Estes, Jacinda C. Mason, Megan B. Witty, Haley A. Smith and Hailey N. Williams.
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March 03, 2010 at 7:59pm
Congratulations to all these wonderful students! You make Cannon County proud. What a bright future our community will have because of these great young people!
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