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Kindergarten - 6th Grade

Supply List 

2018 - 2019






For the seventh year in a row, students have collected

 drink tabs at Stringer Attendance Center. The drink tabs

 are donated to Ronald McDonald House which provides

housing for parent with seriously ill children in the hospital.

The project, spearheaded by SAC Student Council, collected

58 pounds of drink tabs this year. If anyone from the

community would like to donate drink tabs, they can be

brought to the school anytime during the school year.

Pictured are members Abi Kupperschmid, Abby Nichols,

Dajuana Pace, Lily Ready, Abby Crane, Mackenzie Gunter,

Alexis Sides, and Peyton Sims.





JP Nix and Remington Wood, students at

Stringer Attendance Center, recently placed

1st in Tractor Operation and Maintenance

at FFA Federation Competition held at Jones

County Junior College. The boys have been

active in FFA throughout high school.






Peyton Sims is the son of Dawn Sims and the late Monty Sims.

He is graduating Co. Valedictorian of his class as a Mississippi

Scholar with Highest Honors.  He served as Mississippi Jr. FFA

President his ninth Grade year.  He has served as Student Council

President his junior and senior years.  He has also been a member

of the Beta Club, Spanish Honors Society, Mu Alpha Theta,

Math Team, and served as Baseball Manager for four years.  

He has also received numerous academic awards. Peyton plans

to further his education at the University of Southern Mississippi as

a Lucky Day Scholar to pursue a medical degree.   

Peyton will receive the Luckyday Citizenship Scholarship. It is awarded

in the amount of $6,000 per year for the students entering in the fall of

2018. The scholarship is renewable for three years after the students'

freshman year, provided they continue to meet eligibility criteria. Freshmen

and sophomores are required to maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or

greater, juniors and seniors a 2.75. Peyton Sims will also receive an

academic excellence scholarship worth $5,000 from his ACT score.

The combined two scholarships will pay for his cost of attendance.



Skylar Nichols and Brittany Bustillos, currently 9th graders

at Stringer Attendance Center, have been accepted to attend

the 2018 Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science

Summer Enrichment Camp. The week long camp is an engaging

and hands-on-STEM- related camp that offers a variety of

interactive courses such as forensics science, chemistry,

engineering, medieval medicine, and global statistics.


Skylar is the daughter of Elizabeth Nichols and Wilson Nichols,

and granddaughter of Lawayne and Judy Richardson and Ray and

Geraldine Nichols.


Brittany is the daughter of Saray Cano and Gonzalo Bustillos.



The National Beta Club offers over $300,000 in scholarships to outstanding Beta members in their senior year. There were 246 scholarships awarded this year for 2018 across the nation, ranging in value from $1000 to $15,000. 12th grade students who are active National Beta members and duly registered with the national headquarters are eligible to apply and participate in the scholarship competition.  Selection of National Beta Scholarship winners is based on a number of factors with special emphasis on academic excellence, demonstrated leadership, commendable character, school and community service, as well as National Beta Involvement.  Since 1991, National Beta has awarded more than $6 million in scholarships.  Katelyn Green, a senior at Stringer Attendance Center, was one of 13 students in Mississippi to be selected to receive a scholarship. Katelyn Green is the daughter of Michelle Green and the late Rusty Green.  She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett and Theresa Wells of Brandon and Betty and the late Barton Green of Heidelberg. She has two older sisters, Carley and Kelsey Green and she attends Bethlehem Community Church. Katelyn has received many academic honors and awards including attending the National Leadership Summit in Washington D.C. She also has been awarded Superintendent’s List, Honor Roll, and District and State awards for the Future Business Leaders of America. Katelyn is a member of numerous clubs including National Beta, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Red Cross club, Spanish club, Mu Alpha Theta, Student Council, and Future Business Leaders of America. Katelyn has been a member each year of the varsity cheer squad, the varsity basketball team, the Lady Devils softball slow pitch team, the Lady Devils softball fast pitch team, and the track team. Some of her most prestigious awards include being awarded All American Cheerleader for two years, Most Valuable Player in the District for basketball her sophomore and Senior years, and she has made All District in every Sport for three years. Katelyn has received many extra-curricular honors including Class Favorite, Most School Spirit, Best All Around, Jolliest Junior, Silliest Sophomore, Sassiest Senior, Junior Student Body Maid, Senior Student Body Maid, Lindy Callahan Award and Wendy Heisman Award, Faculty Activities Award, Miss Stringer High School, Stringer High School Most Beautiful, Hall of Fame, and Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen. Katelyn plans to attend Jones County Junior College and will be a member of the Bobcat Brigade. She plans to pursue a career in Sports Medicine. After Jones County Junior College she will finish her degree at the University of Southern Mississippi.




Stringer Attendance Center’s Student Council recently attending the Mississippi State Association of Student Councils (MSASC) Conference that was help at Lafayette High School in Oxford, MS. The council brought home several state level awards. Kaylei Hinton was selected as Outstanding Junior High Council Member of the Year and Abigayle Kupperschmid was selected as Outstanding Junior High President of the Year.  Austin Rayner was selected Outstanding High School Member of the Year and Dajuana Pace was selected as Outstanding High School President of the Year.  Sonya Ready received the John B. Ladner Outstanding Advisor of the Year Award.  The council won Outstanding Project of the Year and was elected for State MSASC Secretary for the 2018-19 school year with Mackenzie Gunter serving as the student representative. Members attending this year's conference were Abigayle Kupperschmid, Austin Rayner, Abby Nichols, Reece King, Landon Bradley Abby Grace McNeil, Kaylei Hinton, Brittany Bustillos, Grace King, Mallory Avary, Mackenzie Gunter, Audrey Wohlscheid,  Emma Grace Buckley, Alexis Cook, Dajuana Pace, Abby Grace Hosey, Holly Smith, Dajuana Pace, Samantha Abbey, Alexis Sides, Abby Crane, Lily Ready, and Jack James. The club is sponsored by Kim Brown and Sonya Ready. 



On a recent trip to Oxford, MS, the Stringer Attendance Center Student Council toured the University of Mississippi. Students enjoyed a complementary lunch on campus, an admission and scholarship information session, an honors college information session, and a tour of campus.  Back row: Austin Rayner, Abby Nichols, Landon Bradley, Reece King, Abigayle Kupperschmid, Holly Smith, 2nd Row: Dajuana Pace, Samantha Abbey, Audrey Wohlscheid, Grace King, Brittany Bustillos Mackenzie Gunter, Alexis Cook, Emma Grace Buckley, Abby Grace Hosey, Mallory Avary, Front Row: Jack James, Lily Ready, Abby Crane, Abby Grace McNeil, Alexis Sides, and Kaylei Hinton.



SAC Announces Honors





Brennen Green is the son of Clark and Demarla Green.   Brennen is a member of Union Seminary Baptist Church.   He is active in the youth group and has received superior while participating in the Mississippi Baptist Bible Drill competition.  He is graduating as Co-Valedictorian and a Mississippi Scholar with highest honors.  Brennen has had all A’s his entire school career where he has been awarded the Superintendent’s List award.   As a member of the Junior Varsity and Varsity Baseball Team, Brennen was awarded the Most Improved Player and the Buy-In Award.  Brennen has also been a part of numerous clubs and activities on campus.  Brennen is currently serving as Secretary of his Senior class. He is also a member of the Spanish Club, Senior Beta Club, Red Cross Club, Mu Alpha Theta, High School Student Council, and is also a Dual Enrolled Student at Jones County Junior College.  He has received many academic awards throughout high school.  He has received the World History Award, Earth Science Award, AP English III Award, World Literature Award, DC Western Civilization Award, and the Presidential Community Service Award. Brennen will attend Jones County Junior College in the fall and then continue his education at Mississippi State University, where he plans to major in Mechanical Engineering.



Peyton Sims is the son of Dawn Sims and the late Monty Sims. He is graduating Co-Valedictorian of his class as a Mississippi Scholar with Highest Honors.  He served as Mississippi Jr. FFA President his ninth grade year.  He has served as Student Council President his Junior and Senior years.  He has also been a member of the Beta Club, Spanish Honors Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Math Team, and served as baseball manager for four years.  He has also received numerous academic awards and advanced SAT scores.  Peyton plans to further his education at the University of Southern Mississippi as a Lucky Day Scholar to pursue a medical degree.  




Madison Rayner is the daughter of Melissa and Mitchell Rayner. She is the granddaughter of Jean and Larry Rayner, Mark Johnson, and the late Deborah Brown. Madison and her family attend Bethany Baptist Church of Bay Springs. 
Madison has received multiple academic awards throughout her career including all A’s Honor Roll, Honor Roll, Principal’s Award, and 2018 SCRMC Scholar Athlete. Madison is a member of the Red Cross Club, Spanish Club, and Mu Alpha Theta. She is graduating as Salutatorian with Highest Honors. 
Madison has been involved in sports throughout her high school career including softball, basketball, and track. She has achieved many athletic awards attending Heidelberg Academy and Stringer Attendance Center including Most Valuable Player in softball, MAIS Softball Coaches Award, Most Valuable Offensive Player in basketball, All-District in basketball and softball. She was voted Most Athletic, Class Favorite, and Wittiest. 

In the fall of 2018, Madison will be attending the University of Southern Mississippi under a softball scholarship. She will be majoring in Exercise Science.





Haden Boyd is the son of Mark and Diane Boyd of Laurel.  He is the grandson of Hollis and Jane Haden of Laurel and Bill and Dorothy Moss of Stringer and Dean Boyd and the late Roosevelt Boyd of Bay Springs.  He is graduating Historian of the class of 2018 at Stringer.  He is a Mississippi Scholar, a Wendy’s Heisman Academic Award winner, and graduating with highest honors.  Haden has scored Advanced on his Algebra 1 and U.S. History subject area tests.  He is an active member at Indian Springs Baptist Church.  Haden has been a member of Senior Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish Club, varsity football, varsity baseball, and varsity basketball.  He has attended Stringer for his 11th and 12th grade years and has participated in several volunteer organizations.  Haden has received academic and athletic scholarships to East Central Community College where he will be playing basketball.  He plans to pursue a degree in Pre-Med and Biology.




Stringer Teachers Support 

Autism Awareness






Congratulations to Stringer Attendance Center student,

Meghan Cosper Gamache. Meghan has been accepted to

study abroad this summer in Brussels, Belgium. Meghan will

spend three weeks this summer studying world

government and living with a Belgian home study family

in Brussels. Meghan is the ninth grade daughter of Joann

Trest and the late Jeremy Gamache


Stringer Star Teacher and Star Student

Michelle Green and Kade Lee



Audrey Wohlscheid, a 10th grade student at

Stringer Attendance Center, was selected to

participate in the world-class summer STEM

program at the United States Navel Academy in

Annapolis, Maryland this summer. She was awarded a

scholarship which covers the cost of her tuition

and also airfare. She was selected based on demonstrating

evidence of strong accomplishments both inside and

outside the classroom. She submitted evidence of

her high academic achievement, strong PSAT scores

and ACT scores, extracurricular activities at school, and

also volunteer and service work outside of school. 

Rising 11th grade students from all over the country

will attend the camp in June and will work on building,

engineering, and problem solving while living on campus

at the Navel Academy. They will also be treated to a

trip to Washington D.C. 

Audrey is the daughter of Amber Wohlscheid of

Stringer and Erick Wohlscheid of Bay Springs. 




Katelyn Green, a senior at Stringer Attendance Center,

has been selected as the 2018 recipient of the

Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Good Citizens

Award. Created in 1934, the award is intended to encourage

and reward the qualities of good citizenship. The award

recognizes and rewards individuals who possess the qualities

of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in

their homes, schools, and communities.


Lily Ready, a sophomore at Stringer Attendance Center,

was recently informed that she was one of forty students

from across the state of Mississippi selected to attend

 Mississippi Governor's School. The honor program, 

established in 1981, brings together high potential

learners from across to the state who have demonstrated

exceptional ability and achievement in academics and

community involvement and who show high intellectual,

creative, and leadership potential.





FCCLA members from Bay Springs High School and

Stringer Attendance Center recently attended the FCCLA

 State Leadership meeting that was held February 28 -

March 2 in Jackson.  DaJuann Pace and Alexis Cook placed

first in Chapter Service Project Portfolio, Audrey Wohlscheid

was selected as the new National Committee member for FCCLA

and D'Vonta Myers placed 2nd in National Programs in Action.

These students will be attending the National Leadership

Convention in Atlanta, GA this summer on June 28 - July 2, 2018. 

The club is sponsored by Marlena Jenkins. 


Pictured are ....


Photo #1 - Dajuana Pace and Alexis Cook

Photo #2 - Audrey Wohlscheid

Photo #3 - Beth Collins, Rymi Everett, Dajuana Pace, Alexis Cook, D'Vonta Myers, Maurica Nixon, and Audrey Wohlsheid

Photo #4 - D'Vonta Myers


Judd Williams, Admissions Counselor for Mississippi

State University, recently visited Stringer Attendance

Center to recognize the 2018 Seniors that have been

admitted for the fall semester. Pictured are Hollie Taylor,

Sandra Massey, Cody McCormick, Simeion Jones, Brennen Green,

Mikquan Payton, and Kade Lee. Not pictured are Chase Sumrall

and Mikyla Hancock. 


High school students from Stringer Attendance Center

recently completed in the American Mathematics Competition

at the University of Southern Mississippi. Trevor Aplin was the

school level high scorer. Pictured are Brittany Bustillos,

Sarah Thompson, Trevor Aplin, Lauren Parker, Austin

Autry, Abi Welsh, Skylar Nichols, Audrey Wohlscheid, and

Meghan Cosper


Students from Stringer Attendance Center recently

completed at the Mississippi Science and Mathematics

Tournament at Mississippi College. Kade Lee, a senior, scored

in the top 20 percent in the state in Mathematics. Pictured are

Austin Rayner, Sarah Thompson, Lauren Parker, and Kade Lee.



Roc Cook, recruiter for Ole Miss, recently visited

with the Stringer Seniors of 2018 that have been

admitted to the University of Mississippi for fall.

Pictured are  Hollie Taylor, Kade Lee, Roc Cook,

Austin Autry, Joseph Johnson and Abby Grace McNeil.

Not pictured is Mikyla Hancock.




Stringer High School’s FBLA Club recently competed in

District Competition at JCJC. Stringer came home with

several district wins. First place winners in Sports and

Entertainment Management were Chris Dagen, R.J. Holifield,

and Gunner James. First place winner in Health Care

Administration was Landon Bradley. Second place winners in

Parliamentary Procedures were Katelyn Green, Mason Duckworth,

Brighton Bensley, Mackenzie Gunter, and Shayla Davis. Second

place winner in Introduction to Information Technology was Colby

Garrett. Fourth place winner in Business Communication was Austin

Rayner. Sixth place winner in Journalism was Kade Lee.

These winners will go on to compete at State competition in Jackson

in April. The club is sponsored by Danielle Cook and Sonya Ready.

Pictured are club members: first row -  Madeline Holifield, Allison

Rowell, Lily Ready, Alexis Hendry, Shayla Davis, Meghan Cosper, 

second row - Bailee Loftin, Bella Graham, Katelyn Green, Mackenzie

Gunter, Audrey Wohlscheid, Abi Welsh, Skyler Nichols,

third row - R.J. Holifield, Chris Dagen, Landon Bradley, Gunner James,

Austin Rayner, Kade Lee, Colby Garrett, Luke McCallum,

and Brighton Bensley.  

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