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.July 11, 2012 i EDUCATION I STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 9 Perkinston Elementary School recently named students of the month for the months of March, April and May 2012. Andrew Davis, Karah Dewberry-, Travonia Wison, Dekota Rouse, Savannah Wiggins, Gracie Williams, Anne Richard, Collin Smith, Jai Quan Ramsey, MeKade Cooley, Brooklyn Hughes, Jaden Jackson, Seniyah Deforge, Dustin Cuevas, McDonald, Cassidy Kayley "I),ler, McQueen, Kaylee Dalton Dickens, Stinnett, Zachary Tucker Smith, Lauren Gandy, Arianna Perez, Hendry, Savannah Serenah Wallace, Beau Davis, Hunter Bardwell, Tyler Abercrombie, Sarah Hickman, Smith, Landon Pounds, Anna Smith, Kyleigh Tamara Cox, Arnesha Smith, Zachary- Trotter, Fairley, Hilton Mills, Vin Verdin, Kalia ,Justin Wright, Holly Ogburn, Hannah Bond, Silkwood, Chelsea Haleigh Fairley, Sumrall, Josie Coffell, Brenna Duncan, Avi Kelly Davis, Anger Crimmett, Khristien Stone County Carpet & Tile where you'll find Quality & Style at Affordable Prices 19()S tlwl: 49 S . 6t)l,.t)2S-.9974 Smith, Harmony Langlinais, Emily Taylor, Christopher Beale, Onyz Gonzales, Taylor Helveston, Kelvin Holmes, Kyle Bond, Landon Farmer, Lauryn Stephens, Trinity Corbett, Reina Hartfield, Lindsey Touchstone, Ben Edens, Darla Overstreet, Emily Conner, Amanda Beach, Destiny Harrell, Haedyn Williams, Luke Carey, Clenon Hartzog, Kelsie Darnell, Crystal Carpenter, Kailen Westbrook, Cassi@ Williams, Crystal Beale, Payton McLure, JaLeiya Robinson, Jaycub Legnon, Raven Neacaise, Laren Bond, Brooke Dimitry, Amelia Williams, McKenzie Duncan, Mexis Kallenborn, Raelan Lawhon, Emily Calloway, Ariel Webb and Ashylnn Osborne Eight area students recently graduated fl'om Mississippi State University during the Spring 2012 commence- ment exercises.. Brianne Baggett, of Perkinston, College of Education, BS Samuel Danzey of Wiggins, College of Forest Resources, BS ,Jesse DuPont of Lumberton, College of Arts & Sciences, BS, Cum Laude Jade Kleeschulte, of Lumberton, College of Ag. & Life Sciences, BS Jessica Platz of Stone CounW, College of Veterinary Medicine, MS Jessica Platz, of Stone County, College of Veterinary Medicine, .z DVM graduates' diplomas and Madison Price of Stone permanent records, as County, College of Arts well as in the cam- & Sciences, MA mencement program. Alec Snell of Below is the Perkinston, Bagley Mississippi State College of Engineering, University President's BS List for the 2o12 spring Honor graduates semester for the Stone include all bachelor- Count), area. degree candidates with Students on the exceptional scholastic President's List achieved averages and at least a 3.8o or better grade- half the total required point average, based on course hours earned at a 4.o scale, while eom- MSU. Their specific lev- pleting at least 12 els of recognition and semester hours of the nfinimum required course work with no averages for each, based incomplete grades or on a 4.o scale, include: grades lower than a C. summa eum laude, Brianne Baggett, of 3.8o; magna cum laude, Perkinston 3.6o; and cure laude, Jesse DuPont of 3.4o. Lumberton. The academic honors Joshua DuPont of are recorded on the Lumberton Melissa Fluharty of McHenry Below is the Mississippi State University Dean's List for the 2o12 spring semester for the Stone County area. Dean's List students achieved a grade-point average between 3.5 and 3.79, based on a 4.0 scale, while completing at least 12 senlester hours of course work with no incomplete grades or grades lower than a C. 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The rank- ing is based on the num- ber of degrees awarded to students from the country's 1,300 commu- nity colleges. "This is a significant accomplishment for Gulf Coast, and it is a testament to our com- mitment to instructional excellence and student success," says Dr. Mary S. Graham, president of Gulf Coast. Gulf Coast was also highly ranked in several lists the magazine com- piled. Moving up a spot from the 2Oll list, Gulf Coast claimed the No. 4 spot with education ® 601-928-3683 512 S. Vardaman St. Wiggins, Miss 39577 Mississippi Medicaid's Electronic Health Records "The right prescription for quality healthcare" MEDICAID PROVIDERS FOR MORE INFORMATION: 1-800-421-2408 or I.need eoeoooaooeeee Bring your original to our office at 143 First Street and we'll copy it for you! majors, making it the African-American stu- top-ranked community dents. It ranked No. 44 college on the list of in the poll, with 29o education majors. The graduating in 2o11, and college had 3o6 stu- has remained in the top dents earning associate 5o on that poll for four degrees in education, years. and it is the ninth year It ranked 14th for in a row in which the Family and Consumer college has placed in the Sciences majors. top lO on that list. Community College The college also con Week compiled the list tinues to rank high in using data certified by graduation rates for the U.S. Department of NEED TO SEND A FAX? Stop by the Stone County Enterprise 143 First St. Wiggins will do it for you! Free MAKOplasty® Seminar Reduce your pain. Restore your lifestyle with MAKOplasty% , MAKOplasty° partial knee resurfadng is a n innovative new treatment option for people with eady to mid-stage osteoarthdtis of the knee. Powered by robotk arm technology, the potential benefits of this minimally invasive procedure over total knee replacement include: - More rapid recovery. 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