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To the Students, Staff, and Parents:
My name is Justin Moody. I am the Student Body President here at Stringer Attendance Center. It is a true honor to represent a school that has been accredited on local, state, and national levels. Here at Stringer, we instill the promise of obtaining an outstanding education, making sure that every student has a chance in fulfilling their fullest potential. We have staff members and teachers willing to devote their time and dedication to see students succeed. As a result of striving for excellence and shaping the students’ future, Stringer has been accredited a Star School and noted for having an “A” rating by the Mississippi Department of Education.
Red Devil Football, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Band, and Math Team clearly shows the hard work that and determination students have at Stringer. We walk together hand-in-hand as players, and we leave the field as champions. Never in my life have I met people who are willing to put so much blood, sweat, and tears to build something. Because of them, this school is where it is today. The Red Devil Spirit that is alive in this school and this community is the lifeline that Stringer survives on.
I will be providing updates about the involvement of Stringer Students in the upcoming weeks. I’m asking everyone to continue to support your family, your students, your community, your Stringer.
We are a school of academics. We are a school of achievers. We are a school of champions. I am Stringer. WE are Stringer!
The Stringer softball team is currently selling Krispy Kreme donuts and certificates. The cost of both are $7.00. Please see a softball player or Coach Mosley to purchase.
K-2 Top 5
3rd-4th Top 3
2nd-Abby Grace Hosey
5th-6th Top 5
Beaus Top 3
MH: Jack James
Mrs. Parker graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a BS Degree in Elementary Education. She has taught for 10 years and currently teaches 2nd grade language arts. She is married to Keith Parker and has two children, Lanie and Bryce.
Mrs. Jennings graduated from Heidelberg Academy in 2006 and attended JCJC where she served as co-ed cheerleader. She graduated from MSU in 2010 where she was cheer captain for co-ed cheer squad. Mrs. Jennings founded Mu Alpha Theta chapter at SAC this year and is currently implementing Perennial Math (elementary math team) at SAC.
She is currently seeking Master’s in Secondary Education at William Carey University.
She is married to Brandon Jennings and has one son, Easton.
Each year The Mississippi Counseling Association recognizes outstanding counselors for their exemplary commitment and dedication to the counseling profession. The award winners were recently honored at the Awards Luncheon during MCA’s annual conference which was held November 6– 8, 2013 in Jackson, MS. This year, Sonya Ready was selected as Mississippi’s High School Counselor of the Year. Mrs. Ready is currently the K-12 counselor at Stringer Attendance Center.
1st row: Gabby Sylvester (1st Grade Maid), Izzy Spradley (Flower Girl), Bella Jefcoat (2nd Grade Maid)
2nd row: Gracie Parker (3rd Grade Maid), Allison Rowell (6th Grade Maid), Sadie Williams (4th Grade Maid), Alexis Sides (5th Grade Maid)
3rd row: Iliana Shelby (Band Sweetheart), Jessica McAlpin (12th Grade Maid), Lauren Craven (Queen), Ashley Valentine (12th Grade Student Body Maid), Elora Blethen (7th Grade Maid)
4th row: Rachel Holifield (10th Grade Student Body Maid), Brittany McCuistion (9th Grade Student Body Maid), Isabella Graham (Junior High Football Sweetheart), Fallon Sims (11th Grade Student Body Maid)
5th row: Anna Walters (10th Grade Maid), Lana Buckley (High School Football Sweetheart), Mayson Barnes (11thGrade Maid) Cassidy King (8th Grade Maid), Corlee Gentry (9th Grade Maid)
Stringer Attendance Center recently honored students that have excelled in the classroom by scoring ADVANCED on the 2012-2013 MCT2, Subject Area Exams and/or 5th and 8th Science Test. 149 outstanding students were recognized and of these, 3 were PERFECT Scores. These advanced scores helped SAC achieve its “A” School status. This year, as part of the testing incentive plan, the advanced scoring Red Devils have been awarded athletic passes to ALL regular season home games. In addition to their passes, the elementary students received a fun day at GattiTown and the high school students enjoyed a day of bowling and lunch at Mugshots. The administration would like to encourage ALL students to work hard this year and strive to continue to improve scores.
Each year the SAC faculty selects two sophomores to attend the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Conference. Emilee Parker and Kailey Ready have been selected to represent Stringer Attendance Center this summer at the HOBY Conference at Milsaps College in Jackson.
Stringer Attendance Center began a chapter Mu Alpha Theta which is a mathematics honor society for high schools and two-year junior colleges. Mu Alpha Theta members must have completed the equivalent of four semesters of college preparatory mathematics and in addition have completed or are enrolled in a still more advanced course. The GPA must be a 3.0 or above. Ashton Jennings is the sponsor of the chapter. Officers: President-Austin Phillips, Vice President-Reece Stringer, Treasurer-Chris Anderson, Secretary-Jessica McAlpin, Reporter-Trenton Stringer. Members are as follows: Reagan Holifield, Rachel Holifield, Sarah Smith, Hannah Johnson, Key’Shawn Kennedy, Bailey Seals, Justin Logan, Cade Hinton, Morgan Smith, Kailey Ready, Elizabeth Barden, Erin Miller, Taylor Parker, Jana Graham, Madison Scoggin, Selena Cannon, Seth Walters, Jason Gambrell, Brianna Buckley, Jessica McAlpin, Catarina McNair, Lana Buckley, Ashley Valentine, Jackson Dale, Baylee Arender, Bridges Johnson, Emilee Parker, Morgan Kelley, Bryce Murphy
Stringer Attendance Center was recently notified of the Wendy’s Heisman selections. Each year, seniors from across the United States are asked to submit applications for the High School Wendy’s Heisman Award. Wendy’s reviews the applications and selects one boy and one girl from each school. This year’s SAC winners are Devyn Stringer and Olivia Russell.
Each Fall, students from across the state are asked to submit poems for the MCA Poetry Contest. This year, Stringer students swept the high school division. Harley Williamson, a junior at SAC, won 1st place and Kailey Ready, a sophomore, won 2nd. The poems will now move on to the national level of competition at the Career Development Conference in Long Beach, California in June.