Georgia Southern announces Fall 2018 dean’s list
SAVANNAH — Georgia Southern University recently recognized approximately 3,300 students on the Fall 2018 dean’s list. To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must have at least a 3.5 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 hours for the semester.
Adel: Kalyn Clayton, Kayleigh Heard
Hahira: Mariah Beam, Natalie Christie, Charles Dunmon,Homerville: Clifford Gordon, Mackensie Killgore, Cody Mason, Lauren Pitts
Lakeland: Olivia Quillman
Lake Park: Julia Joiner, Brandy Maine
Pavo: Emily Curry, Tracer Parrish
Valdosta: Mykaela Brown, Aaliyah Burgess-Richburg, Dasia Carswell, True Gane, Katelyn Hughes, Ariel Lockett, Griffin Shuman, Alexis Thompson
Lowndes County School employees earn doctoral degrees
VALDOSTA — Congratulations to the following dedicated Lowndes County School employees who have pursued and obtained doctoral degrees:
Tenry Berry, Clyattville Elementary School principal, obtained a doctoral degree from Nova Southeastern University. On November 30, Berry’s degree was officially conferred and he earned a doctorate in educational leadership with a minor in curriculum and instruction. Berry completed all coursework with a 4.0-grade point average. Dr. Berry will participate in the commencement exercises on June 14, in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Candice Broome, Lowndes Middle School assistant principal, obtained a doctoral degree from Grand Canyon University. On November 28, Broome’s degree was officially conferred and she earned a doctorate in organizational leadership with an emphasis in K-12 Leadership. Broome will participate in the commencement exercises on April 27, in Phoenix, Ariz.
Gayle Valdez, a Dewar Elementary School fifth grade teacher, received a doctoral degree from Valdosta State University. Valdez’s degree is in educational leadership. She completed all coursework with a 4.0-grade point average. Valdez participated in the December 7, 2018 commencement ceremony at Valdosta State University.
Heather Morin, Pine Grove Middle School media specialist, completed her doctoral degree following her final defense at Morehead State University on January 28. Morin’s degree is in educational technology leadership. Morin completed all coursework with a 4.0-grade point average and will participate in the commencement ceremony on May 11, at Morehead State University.