Sumter County Schools Announce Exemplary Students for the First 9 Weeks of the 2021-2022 School Year

Exemplary Students for the First 9 Weeks of the 2021-2022 School Year

Sumter County Schools Announce Exemplary Students for the First 9 Weeks of the 2021-2022 School Year
Mr. Walter Knighton, Superintendent recognized outstanding students for the first nine weeks of the 2021-2022 school year. The students in Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade were nominated by their teacher and then selected by their principle. The criteria for nomination was: all A’s, excellent attendance and model behavior. The students and his/her parents were invited to attend the November Board of Education meeting. As their names were called, Superintendent Knighton presented the students with an “Exemplary Student” yard sign to be displayed in their yard.
Sumter County Primary School
Pre-K – Arabella Baum
Kindergarten – Kentral Polk
First Grade – Gia Felton
Sumter County Elementary School
2nd Grade – Marlee Brown
3rd Grade – Montravis Tyner
Sumter County Intermediate School
4th Grade – Bryson Gay
5th Grade – Neyla Howard
6th Grade – Alexis Howard
Sumter County Middle School
8th Grade – Bryce Volley
8th Grade – Eric Bryant
Sumter County High School
9th Grade – Britney Gonzalez-Diaz
10th Grade – Justise Payne
11th Grade – Mason Herron
12th Grade – Justin Evans
Pictured left to right: Pre-K – Arabella Baum; Kindergarten – Kentral Polk; First Grade – Gia Felton; 2nd Grade – Marlee Brown; 3rd Grade – Montravis Tyner; 4th Grade – Bryson Gay; 5th Grade – Neyla Howard; 8th Grade – Bryce Volley; 8th Grade – Eric Bryant; 9th Grade – Britney Gonzalez-Diaz; 10th Grade – Justise Payne; 12th Grade – Justin Evans and Superintendent Walter Knighton