Community photos 1/24/16
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Southside Elementary School third-graders on the A and B Honor Roll for the second
nine weeks are (not in order): Layla Barton, Quinten Beasley, Lila-Grace Bolin, Lizbeth
Campos, Sergio Castillo, Elisa Castro, Riley Clem, Caden Duggin, Preston Gentry, Jacob
Graham, Chanazia Hix, Tanner Marsh, Aydan Prescott, Edward Quinonez, Shyla Sartain
and Dwayne Williamson. Not pictured: Jaxon Curry and Luis Don Silva.
Southside fourth-graders on the A and B Honor Roll for the second nine weeks are
(not in order):Keagan Bell, Cali Clevenger, Jocelyn Hayitin, Gracie Herrod, Fernanda
Perez and Delaney Roush.
Southside fifth-graders on the A and B Honor Roll for the second nine weeks are (not
in order): Mariah Estrada, Kullin Lasne, Aneth Lozano, Rayne Russell, Kade Sartain,
Matthew Thompson and Tyler Wells. Not pictured: Marshall Conner.
Southside Elementary School students on the Principal's List and Honor Roll for the second
nine weeks received coupons for free cheese sticks at Arby's. Southside students
on the Principal's List are (not in order): Kenzie Carter, Ava Perryman, Esmeralda Alcala,
Elijah Cartwright, Kendell Craig, Palmer Edwards, Aniyah Hill, Brody Lovvorn and Rylee
Walsh. Not pictured: Aiden Cantrell, Hagen Lasne and Tristen Troutt.
Shelbyville police officer
Cody Swift has joined
the Criminal Investigations
Division as a detective.
Swift, an SPD officer
since 2010, is a 2005 graduate
of Shelbyville Central
High School and 2009
graduate of East Tennessee
State University, where
he received a Bachelor of
Science degree in Criminal
Justice and Criminology.
Swift graduated from the
Tennessee Law Enforcement
Training Academy in 2010. Swift, second from left, is congratulated by, from left, Deputy Chief Michael Rogers,
Det. Lt. Brian Crews and Chief Jan Phillips.
Two Bedford County Sheriff's Office deputies were
recently promoted. From left, Chief Deputy Jason
Williams congratulates Sgt. Trey Green and Maj.
Nikia Elliott is congratulated by Sheriff Austin