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Students enjoy end-of-year ceremonies
Central graduates are going places! Deonica Simmons-Matthews graduated from Central in 2011. She recently earned her Master’s degree in elementary education from the University of West Alabama. Deonica teaches at Stephens Elementary School in Alexander City.
Talmeshia Smoot also graduated from Central in 2011. Talmeshia recently earned her Master’s degree in business administration from Faulkner University. Talmeshia is employed with Labcorp.
Miles McCain graduated from Central in 2017. Miles recently earned his Bachelor of Science degree in hospitality, sport and tourism management from Troy University. Miles is employed as a sales consultant for Vivint Energy in Nashville, Tenn.
If you are a Central graduate and you have recently completed military basic training, earned a trade certificate, graduated from college, etc., we would like to brag on you. Please text SGA sponsor, Mrs. Stover, at 256-401-3281.
The high school held academic awards programs for seventh-eighth grade students, ninth-eleventh grade students and a special ceremony for twelfth grade students. Students were recognized for their academic achievements such as honor roll, outstanding student and most improved student. Students were also recognized by their club organizations for their service to their school and community. At the special evening program for seniors counselor Misty Wade awarded more than $300,000 in scholarships to our seniors.
Athletes and guests were invited to an Athletic Banquet Friday evening at the Joe N. Belyeu Gymnasium. Athletic Director Deborah Phillips was the mistress of ceremonies, SGA President Tytiuna Isom led the attendees in the pledge and blessing, Principal Brandi Lee provided a welcoming message, and counselor Misty Wade recognized athletic scholarship recipients Kera Dunham, Olivia Hay, Tytiuna Isom, and Quin Brooks and scholar athletes that achieve both academically and athletically. Coaches recognized their athletes for achievement in their sport. Superintendent David Stover provided closing remarks.
Seniors enjoyed a sunset Baccalaureate Service (faith-based graduation service) Sunday evening at New Home Church. SGA President Tytiuna Isom was the mistress of ceremonies and also treated her classmates to a song. Pastor Christopher Todd opened the service with a prayer, and Brittany Hogan of Limitless Groups delivered an inspiring message to the seniors. Senior SGA member Olivia Hay provided the closing remarks and prayer.