CCSD Congratulates Reading Bowl Winners!

CCSD Congratulates Reading Bowl Winners!

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The Creekview HS team of Caitlyn Bergey, Gillian Brown, Caitlin Canfield, Jack Eno, Abigail Gallagher, Grace Godwin, Megan Halverson, Kelsey Henson, Alex Kaye, Emily McGhee and Victoria Padgett and Coaches Liana Howard and Anne Thiers celebrates its first-place win.

The Cherokee County School District congratulates its annual Reading Bowl winners and two high school teams advancing to Divisional competition!

The CCSD high school bowl winner, Creekview High School, and runner-up, River Ridge High School, will compete March 3 at the Divisional level and vie for the opportunity to move on to the State level.

Mill Creek Middle School won CCSD’s middle school-level competition, and Indian Knoll Elementary School earned first place in the elementary-school event!

The Creekview HS team, coached by Liana Howard and Anne Thiers, is made up of: Caitlyn Bergey, Gillian Brown, Caitlin Canfield, Jack Eno, Abigail Gallagher, Grace Godwin, Megan Halverson, Kelsey Henson, Alex Kaye, Emily McGhee and Victoria Padgett.  The River Ridge HS team, coached by Keara Rubin, is made up of: Bipasha Bipin, Julia Boll, Celeste Bryson, Marissa Henager, Sathvika Narasimhan, Grace Pfohl and Michelle Stevens.

The Indian Knoll ES team, coached by Kim Brown, Allison Eubanks, and Jennifer Lewis, is made up of: Luke Barber, Blakely Freeman, Isabel Harper, Kelly Rojo, Meagan Schroter, Ava Smith, Reagan Waycaster and Lauryn Young.

The Mill Creek MS team, coached by Linda Chapman, Lori Evans, and Meg Veith, is made up of: Maulik Durani, Sarah Fraser, Seraphina Jaggie, Benny Kim, Sharon Pradeep, Emily Regalado, Lorelei Sanders and Matthew Stevens.

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Indian Knoll ES Principal Dr. Ann Gazell, back row left, congratulates the first-place winning team of Luke Barber, Blakely Freeman, Isabel Harper, Kelly Rojo, Meagan Schroter, Ava Smith, Reagan Waycaster and Lauryn Young, which is coached by Kim Brown, Allison Eubanks and Jennifer Lewis.

Mill Creek MS Principal Dr. Kerry Martin, far right, congratulates the team of Maulik Durani, Sarah Fraser, Seraphina Jaggie, Benny Kim, Sharon Pradeep, Emily Regalado, Lorelei Sanders and Matthew Stevens, which is coached by Linda Chapman, Lori Evans and Meg Veith, on its first-place win.

River Ridge HS: River Ridge HS Principal Darrell Herring congratulates the school’s team, which placed second and also moves on to Divisionals: Sathvika Narasimhan, Celeste Bryson, Bipasha Bipin, Julia Boll Grace Pfohl, Marissa Henager, Michelle Stevens and Coach Keara Rubin.


Congratulations to CCSD’s Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl Winners!

Congratulations to the winners of the Cherokee County School District’s 2017 Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl competition!

The first- and second-place teams will proceed to the regional level of literary competition on Feb. 4, 2017 in Gainesville on their quest to earn the State title.

Arnold Mill Elementary School won the elementary school bowl, with Macedonia Elementary School placing second.

Freedom Middle School placed first in the middle school competition, and Mill Creek Middle School earned second.

Creekview High School won the high school showdown, and Etowah High School came in second.

Celebrating their success are Arnold Mill ES team members, from left to right, front row: Ramses Rivas, Dellaina McCarty, Jack Cavender, Michael Wells, Charlie Tyson; second row: Deliah Stanley, Kathryn Lamboley; back row: Coaches Jane Morris, Jacquie Zaski and Assistant Principal Dr. Christy Bowling.

 

Celebrating their success are Freedom MS team members: Haley Cook, Kaylan Effner, Braden Flournoy, Ashley Lyen, Parker Kuczmanski, Maddie Schaeffer, Celan Trowers, Michelle Voyles, Rylan Waters and Milan Yadav.  Coaches are teachers Allison Cook and Amber Effner.

Showing off their first-place awards are Creekview HS team members, from left to right, Gillian Brown, Grace Godwin, Emily McGhee, Tori Padgett, Kelsey Henson, Megan Halverson, Alex Kaye, Caitlin Canfield, Hannah Oliver and Alyssa Auten; and coaches media specialist Anne Thiers, far left, and teacher Liana Howard, far right.  Not pictured: Caitlyn Bergey, Thomas Roberts and Anika Duff.