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Sherry Matthews/Sampson IndependentUnion Elementary second-grader Juan Gonzales-Reyes is recognized for having his art work featured in the 2014-15 N.C. Farm to School calendar. UES principal Linda Jewell Carr shows off his work during the Board of Education meeting Monday night.
Sherry Matthews/Sampson IndependentUnion Elementary second-grader Juan Gonzales-Reyes is recognized for having his art work featured in the 2014-15 N.C. Farm to School calendar. UES principal Linda Jewell Carr shows off his work during the Board of Education meeting Monday night.
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Union Elementary second-grader Juan Gonzales-Reyes is recognized for having his art work featured in the 2014-15 N.C. Farm to School calendar. UES principal Linda Jewell Carr shows off his work during the Board of Education meeting Monday night.


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Lakewood students Coleman Simpson, right, and Marc Anthony were recognized Monday night for being selected to attend Governor’s School this summer, Simpson in the area of English and Anthony in the area of social science.


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Coleman Simpson, left, of Lakewood High, and Midway High student Cashie Naylor were recognized Monday night for being selected to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Academy. Lakewood High’s Samantha Naylor also attend RYLA but wasn’t at the school board meeting.


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Union High students Christina Perez, left, and Christina Perez, were honored for being selected to receive two of seven Neustra Juventud Scholarships sponsored by Univision 40.


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Sampson Board of Education member Dewain Sinclair congratulates Hobbton student Sarah Best for being the recipient of a Golden Leaf scholarship.


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School board member Faye Gay presents Union High student Spencer Usher a Spotlight Award for being chosen to attend the Four County Youth Leadership Weekend.


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Members of the Midway Middle School FBLA were recognized for their accomplishments during the state FBLA Leadership Conference. Pictured with their advisors (flanking the students) are, from left: Brandon Cousar, winner in Microsoft and Powerpoint; Lindsay Holt, for Top Ten Finalist in Social Media; Christopher Oates, for Top Ten Finalist in Social Media; Allie Dunn, for Top Ten Finalist in Business Communication; and Jennifer Norland, for Top Ten Finalist in Spreadsheet. Not present were Hannah Robinson, Top Ten Finalist in Impromptu Speaking; Rachel Hodges, Hannah Wilson and Yamile Flores, First Place, Computer Slide Show; Kayla Robinson, Top Ten Finalist in Personal Finance; and Cheyenne Cole for Top Ten Finalist in Digital Literacy.


 
 
 
 
 
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