73 Jackson High students achieve perfect attendance

By Diane Glidewell


At the Jackson High School Honors Program May 13, Sandra Haisten of the Butts County Life Enrichment Team (LET) recognized the 73 students who had achieved perfect attendance through the entire 2009-2010 school year. Haisten spoke of how LET had targeted attendance as a problem in Butts County schools several years ago, and said the group was pleased with the improved attendance at all grade levels in recent years.

"Our schools and teachers are here to teach every day," said Jackson High School Principal Duane Kline. "Being present every day and being on time are life skills these students are learning."

The students who had consistently attended class every day were Melanie Bailey, Javian Battle, Tabitha Biles, Lindsey Born, Chenterica Bowden, Haley Brannan, Amberly Brooks, Christopher Burns, Caleb Burpee, Chelsea Cavender, Andrew Collins, William Cook, Bridgette Cornman, Samuel DiRito, Calvin Dorsey, Sha'Tira Douglas, Shaquan Douglas, Dallas Duffey, Alicia Duke, Skyler Earnhart, Christopher Eidson, Jelinda Ellis, Darius Evans, Erin Evans;

Jarquarius Folds, Marquarius Folds, Jody Glidewell, Thomas Glidewell, Jeremy Goodrum, Robert Goodrum, Robert Green, Brandon Greggs, Niquevian Grier, Sha'India Grier, Krista Hammond, Jeremy Harris, Jonathon Henderson, Tammy Henderson, Skylar Hoover, Corbin Johnson, Telvin Johnson, Quaraan Killingsworth, Wendy LaCour, Tajia Malave, Daniel Martin, LaKendra McKibben, Noah Montgomery, Joe Myricks;

Wesley Nelson, Daniel Newman, Hannah Norton, Jessica Parks, Brandi Patterson, Amanda Potts, Gabriel Price, Alex Raymer, Angela Rivera, Garrett Rogers, Jesica Scheunemann, Jacob Schwartz, Velvet Shannon, Jarvis Sheppard, Quintavious Sims, Tevin Smith, Erik Sylvain, Brandi Taylor, Brandon Taylor, Austin Torrence, Waymon Walker, Shalakius Watson, Arnecia Webb, Abby Williams, and Jachovian Woods.

Senior, Jody Glidewell, received special recognition for having completed 13 years as a student in the Butts County School System, from kindergarten through graduation, without ever missing a day.