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ExxonMobil representative Casey Blount, right, presents North Lamar High School Principal Clint Hildreth with a $500 check from ExxonMobil’s Educational Alliance Program. This is the second donation this school year that ExxonMobil has made to the high school.
Exxon Mobil has a long history of supporting educational programs that focus on improvements in these areas from pre-school to higher education. They believe it is fundamentally important to encourage the next generation to pursue studies and careers in fields involving math and science.
Four North Lamar High School students were named District Champs and advanced to State after competing at the SkillsUSA District Competition on February 28 and March 1, 2014, in Waco.
In the Small Engine Repair, placing first were Tristan McReynolds in Power Equipment Technology and Lane House in Motorcycle Technology. Others who advanced to State after placing in Power Equipment Technology are second place winner, Zach Pettis, and Aaron Robert who placed third.
Two from North Lamar’s Automotive Technology were named District Champs after winning first place. Dalton Melvin placed first in Marine Technology while Kade Kirby was first in Diesel Equipment Technology. Morgan Adams also advanced to state after placing third in Automotive Technology.
The SkillsUSA State Competition will be held in Corpus Christi on March 27-29. These seven students will be accompanied by Billy Copeland, Small Engine Technology sponsor, and Jared Reaves, Automotive Technology sponsor.
Aikin Elementary Socrates students sent gift boxes to soldiers in Afghanistan as part of their Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday service project. The students have learned that Dr. King was an advocate for peace and freedom. Their letters expressed their appreciation for the sacrifices made daily by our military for us to be able to have the freedoms that we enjoy in our country.
Front row (left to right): Reece Reavis, Sophie Stone, Grace Lowry, Brook Patrick; Middle row: Monica Garcia and Anlyn Newberry; Back row: Jordyn Anthony, J’Nyria Jefferson, Makina Cass, Aydan Jones, Austin Earley, Johnathan Young
Front row (left to right): Shravya Singh, Ava Tidwell, Ella Ryan Harper, Madi Meyer, Bria Randall
Back row: Preston Harper, Christian Wilson, Alex Zarza, Abby Perry, Sophia Hamer, Cameron Powell