Members of Tennessee College of Applied Technology's Spring 2014 Nurse Aide Class
are seen here. Front row, from left: Shelby Hurst, Jordan Ham, Nora Cheney, Tiffany
Fergerson, Lacey Bowman, Brooke Stephens, Lucy Amaro and Mariah Sons. Back row:
Tyler Crisp, Jessie Keith, Heidi Norton, Alexis Hankammer, Haley Hewman, Shae Davis
and Courtney Steele.
Spring 2014 night program graduates from the Tennessee College of Applied Technology
at Shelbyville are seen here. Front row, from left: Business Systems Technology
Diplomas were awarded to: Margaret L. Petty, Kandy L. Dodson and Gigit Basurto. Back
row: Industrial Maintenance Diplomas were awarded to: Heath Howland, Nathan A.
Smith and Cody Hopkins, Machine Tool Technology Certificate was awarded to: Ronnie
Sharp, Industrial Electricity Diploma was awarded to Casey Hatfield and Industrial
Maintenance Dioloma was awarded to: Michael Smith.
Some of the perfect attendance night students from the Spring 2014 semester at
Tennessee College of Applied Technology are seen here. Front row, from left: Austin
Womble, Michael Smith, Andrew Ratleph, Alex Cooper, Jason Davis, Chase Sons and
Matthew Reep. Back row: Nathan Matlock, Brad Alderson, Tim Parks, Bradley Grant,
Edgar Valenzuela and Theodore Jay Birtcil II.
More perfect attendance night students from Spring 2014 at TCAT. Front row, from
left: Karina Cervantes, Gigit Basurto, Janet Basurto, Soledad Lopez. Back row: Joyce
Sanders, Jane Prince-Nengu, Ashleigh Hall and Aide Gonzalez.
Other perfect attendance night students from Spring 2014 at TCAT. Front row, from left: Eli Basurto, Josh Kelsey, Joseph Moser, Brandon Womble, Shawn O'Neal, Duane Abeare
II and Ryan Tillett. Back row: Russell Phipps, Lloyd Trey Jones III, Steven Warren, Austin Shelton, Ronnie Sharp, Trey Sells, Troy Averitte and Drew P. Hall.
The Spring 2014 semester winner of the First Community
Bank award at Tennessee College of Applied Technology
was Ashley Hall, a student in computer information technology.
Eakin Elementary 4-H award winners in fourth grade were, from left, Caleb Hornbuckle,
Emma Cooper, Monica Miguel, Alexe'ona Bowens, and Billy Freeman.
Eakin Elementary 4-H award winners in fifth grade were, from left, Zoe Carballoso,
Julie Allen, Alfonso Hernandez, Mara Ferguson, Alexyss Neff, Cassidy Sanders, Monyia
Covington, and Rosa Jose-Gaspar.
Three local financial institutions helped to support Eakin Elementary School's "Bucks
for Bell to Bell" program. In order for a student to be entered into the drawing they must
have been present every day all year, and they must have no tardies nor early checkouts.
The drawing winners received a $10 savings account from one of the local financial
institutions. Peoples Bank winners, from left, were Emma Cantrell, Karley Brooks,
Peoples Bank representative Amanda Crews, Mitchell Brothers and Navaeh Madison.
Ascend Federal Credit Union winners of the "Bucks for Bell to Bell" contest were, from
left, Hana Yusuf, Vanessa Miguel Gaspar, Ascend representative Scarlet Steelman,
Bernie Rogers and Mariana Bartolome.
First Community Bank winners of the "Bucks for Bell to Bell" contest were, from left,
Dina Baltazar Francisco, Josefina Pascual-Miguel, FCB representative Linda Nichols,
McKenzie Carraway and Zilya Meraz.