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Fall class scheduling underway at HPU’s New Braunfels Center

HPU NB Center exterior NB Center Wall Graphics

BROWNWOOD – August 2, 2016 – There is still time to register for the fall 2016 semester at Howard Payne University’s New Braunfels Center. Classes begin August 22 at the center’s new facility located at 4102 TX-337 Loop in New Braunfels.

The newly remodeled facility includes administrative offices, classrooms, a conference room and study areas to accommodate the planned expansion of HPU in the area. Large wall graphics featuring New Braunfels Center students and other HPU-related imagery round out the facility’s design.

HPU has maintained a presence in the community since March 2012 when the university’s Board of Trustees approved extending education to New Braunfels. Since that time, HPU’s New Braunfels Center has served more than 100 students in its graduate and undergraduate programs with classes located at New Braunfels High School and an office suite in town.

New Braunfels businessman Bob Knoll, HPU alumnus and CEO of Millennium Packaging/Supplize, recognized HPU’s need for an expanded space. He generously offered the university the use of a facility in New Braunfels as a home for the center to grow during the next several years. The university looks forward to eventually building a permanent campus in the community as part of the Veramendi development project.

“Most people have that one big thing in their lives that they pray they can accomplish for God’s Kingdom,” Knoll said. “When I discovered HPU’s need in New Braunfels, I knew this was the thing God wanted me to do for the foreseeable future.”

Led by Dr. Dale Meinecke, assistant vice president for external affairs and assistant professor of Christian studies, and Christy Meinecke, HPU’s major gifts officer for the south-central region, the university raised funds to renovate the facility and prepare it for use by students.

A grand opening for the new facility, sponsored by The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, Inc., will be held for the public on Thursday, September 8, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. More details will be announced in the weeks to come.

“The facility looks great and we’re thrilled to welcome our returning and new students for the fall semester,” said Dr. Meinecke. “We’re also excited to invite the community to learn more about HPU’s New Braunfels Center and the university’s mission of offering a Christ-centered, quality higher education to the Austin/San Antonio corridor.”

For more information about HPU’s New Braunfels Center, or to register for the fall 2016 semester, visit www.hputx.edu/nb, call (830) 629-2366 or e-mail newbraunfels@hputx.edu.

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Exterior – HPU’s New Braunfels Center is now scheduling classes for the fall 2016 semester. Classes will be held at HPU’s newly remodeled New Braunfels facility.

Wall graphics – Large wall graphics featuring New Braunfels Center students and other HPU-related imagery complement the facility’s design.

HPU faculty members present at Baptist World Alliance gathering

Dr. Melody MaxwellBROWNWOOD – August 1, 2016 – Howard Payne University’s Dr. Melody Maxwell, assistant professor of Christian studies, and Dr. Derek Hatch, associate professor of Christian studies, presented papers at the annual gathering of the Baptist World Alliance in early July. This year’s gathering, which hosted more than 300 Baptist leaders from dozens of countries, was held in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The Baptist World Alliance is a fellowship of Baptist conventions and unions from around the world. According to the organization’s website, www.bwanet.org, the alliance exists to nurture the passion for mission and evangelism; promote worship, fellowship and unity; respond to people in need; defend human rights and justice; and advance relevant theological reflection.

Dr. Maxwell is a member of the BWA’s Commission on Mission, which includes missiologists, missionaries and church leaders from around the world.

“At this commission’s meeting I presented a paper titled ‘Baptists and the Modern Missionary Movement,’ in which I traced the history, strategies and legacy of nineteenth century Baptist missionaries,” she said. “It was an honor to present and learn at this global gathering.”

Dr. Derek HatchDr. Hatch is a member of the Commission on Doctrine and Christian Unity which involves ministers and scholars in reflection on theological relationships within the Baptist family and between Baptists and other Christian communions. The group was tasked with examining the relationship between Baptists and the saints.

“My paper concerned the possibilities for Baptists to celebrate the lives of the saints in their worship and practice,” he said.
Dr. Donnie Auvenshine, professor of Christian studies and dean of HPU’s School of Christian Studies, said opportunities for faculty members to participate in conversations with Baptists from around the world is beneficial to students.

“Participating in such global conversations not only broadens the minds of our faculty members, but those of their students as well,” he said. “I am pleased with the initiative shown by Drs. Hatch and Maxwell and look forward to seeing them reap the positive results in their classrooms.”

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HPU education alumni honored for excellence in teaching

BROWNWOOD – August 1, 2016 – Several alumni from Howard Payne University’s School of Education were honored by their respective school districts for outstanding teaching during the 2015-2016 academic year.

Dr. Kylah Clark-Goff, recently appointed dean of HPU’s School of Education, said she is proud to join an institution that is well known for its educator preparation.

“HPU has a great reputation and long legacy of producing excellent teachers,” she said. “I am honored to join HPU and be a part of producing the next generation of outstanding educators.”

Honorees include:

Brownwood ISD
Martha Asebedo ’76 – 35 years of service and Regional Elementary Teacher of the Year nominee
Kenan Boland ’02 – Brownwood Middle School Rising Star Teacher of the Year
Corissa Brown ’14 – Coggin Elementary Rising Star Teacher of the Year
Dana Cyr ’97 – Northwest Elementary Distinguished Teacher of the Year
Tori Moore ’14 – Northwest Elementary Rising Star Teacher of the Year
Telise Murray ’09 – Brownwood High School Distinguished Teacher of the Year

Crowley ISD
Cory Lee ’09 – Secondary Teacher of the Year

Newton ISD
Rachel Jeffers Prestwood ’04 – Teacher of the Year

Ralls ISD
Amber Wilson ’04 – Ralls High School Teacher of the Year

Tomball ISD
Matt Anderson ’07 – Teacher of the Year

The preceding list was reported to HPU’s School of Education. To alert HPU of an omission, please contact Susan Sharp, administrative assistant and certification officer, at ssharp@hputx.edu. An updated list will be maintained on the university’s website.

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HPU alumnus and JROTC instructor enjoys being back on campus

Col. Stephen Jones on HPU campusBROWNWOOD – July 12, 2016 – Colonel Stephen Jones, 1979 Howard Payne University alumnus, has returned to the HPU campus each summer for the past seven years, bringing dozens of high school students with him. Col. Jones, who serves as senior aerospace science instructor and head of the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps department at Wylie High School, is among the many participants of the JROTC Cadet Leadership Camp held for the past 19 years on the HPU campus.

Nearly 500 cadets and staff attended the camp this summer, the purpose of which is to train cadets and give them the tools needed to become top leaders.

“It is a thrill to be back on campus,” Col. Jones said. “I love coming back year after year. Our JROTC instructors could not praise Howard Payne enough. The support we get from the staff is second to none.”

Col. Jones received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible from HPU, one of seven family members to graduate from the university. He was active on campus, involved in activities such as student government and intramural sports. Additionally, he served as student body president his senior year. Upon graduation, he wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to do with his life but knew his main desire was to serve others.

“So I thought I would serve my country for one enlistment and then get out of the military and pursue something else,” he said. “A few years turned into 30 years of military service.”

He retired from the U.S. Air Force in 2009 with 22 years of active duty and eight years in the reserves.

During his time in the reserves, he earned a Master of Arts degree in religious education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and served in three churches in DeSoto and Austin, primarily in the role of minister of education/administration. He also has a Master of Science degree in organizational management from the University of Southern California.

His final assignment on active duty was as the director of operations at the Air Force JROTC headquarters, the largest aerospace science education program in the world with more than 107,000 students. Upon retirement, Col. Jones began teaching JROTC at Wylie High School. He noted that all JROTC instructors are military retirees.

Col. Jones enjoys the opportunity to bring students back to the campus he loves.

“HPU was one of the best experiences of my life,” he said. “I met many wonderful people at Howard Payne who have become lifelong friends. I would be thrilled if one of my cadets attended HPU as a student.”

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Cutline: Col. Stephen Jones, HPU alumnus, returns to campus each summer for the JROTC Cadet Leadership Camp.

HPU’s Sport and Wellness Leadership graduate students complete summer travel course

SWELL summer travel courseBROWNWOOD – July 7, 2016 – Fifteen students and a faculty member from Howard Payne University’s Master of Education degree program in Sport and Wellness Leadership (SWELL) recently traveled more than 4,000 miles to engage with national leaders in the sport and wellness industries.

Dr. P. Graham Hatcher, professor of kinesiology and instructor for the course, wanted to provide a unique learning experience for his second-year graduate students.

“If you aspire to be a leader in sport and wellness, you really need to engage those making headlines,” said Dr. Hatcher.

Prior to departure, each student completed background assignments on organizational profiles in advance of the site visits and an annotated bibliography on a sport/wellness issue or trend.

The group’s itinerary included stops in Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, Kansas City, Indianapolis, Green Bay, St. Paul, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs. Hatcher sought to blend daily visits to leading sport and wellness venues in each stop along the way.

Students interacted with executive staff at Learfield Communications (leaders in college athletic marketing) and Triple Crown Sports (owner of the National Invitation Tournament basketball tournaments and numerous nationwide youth sport competitions). They also visited the Kansas City Sports Commission and Foundation, the nation’s oldest sports commission and one of four led by a female.

Other sites visited included the Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ national offices and the headquarters for the National Collegiate Athletic Association, National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics and National Junior College Athletic Association. Additionally, they visited the Indianapolis Indians (AAA baseball) ballpark and the Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field (NFL); the U.S. Olympic Training Center; and the headquarters of the University Interscholastic League.

Students also attended the annual meeting of the National Wellness Institute, met with the leadership of corporate wellness providers (Organizational Wellness Learning Systems, Cerner Corporation and the National Institute for Fitness and Sport) and heard presentations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on international efforts to manage the Zika outbreak and the Texas State Health Services Department on statewide health promotion initiatives.

“Learning about and then visiting the organizations advanced the idea that I could see myself working in these places,” commented Chassidy Holloway, HPU student from Lafayette, Alabama. “It also gave me a boost of confidence in my abilities and what I have to offer to each of those organizations as well.”

HPU’s Master of Education degree in Sport and Wellness Leadership is offered through the Department of Kinesiology within HPU’s School of Education. The 10-course, 21-month-long program will begin accepting applications for its second cohort of students (entering August 2017) on September 1. More information can be found at www.hputx.edu/swell.

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Cutline: Students and faculty in HPU’s Master of Education degree program in Sport and Wellness Leadership are pictured with staff from the nationally recognized Cerner Corporation’s Employee Wellness Program.

HPU names Brownwood’s Clark-Goff dean of education

Dr. Kylah Clark-GoffBROWNWOOD – July 6, 2016 – Howard Payne University recently appointed Dr. Kylah Clark-Goff as dean of the university’s School of Education. The Brownwood resident has experience in education both as a school teacher and in collegiate teacher preparation.

Dr. Clark-Goff most recently served six years as assistant professor in Tarleton State University’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Prior to that, she served as an elementary school teacher in a private Christian school in Maryland as well as in public school districts in Crowley, Mansfield and Abilene. Additionally, Dr. Clark-Goff taught English as a Foreign Language courses in Mozambique and Jordan through the International Mission Board.

During her tenure at Tarleton, Dr. Clark-Goff received the Dr. O.A. Grant Excellence in Teaching Award and the Distinguished Service Award. Additionally, she was inducted into Tarleton’s Crystal Apple Society for her contributions and dedication to the teaching profession.

Dr. Clark-Goff earned a Bachelor of Science degree in education with a specialization in early childhood education from Baylor University in 1995. She went on to earn a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2001 and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in curriculum and instruction from Texas A&M University in 2008.

“We’re fortunate to welcome Dr. Clark-Goff to the HPU family as dean of our School of Education,” said Dr. W. Mark Tew, provost and chief academic officer. “She is an outstanding educator and will serve our students and faculty well.”

Dr. Clark-Goff said great things are happening in HPU’s School of Education.

“I am glad to be a part of the growth and development of a generation of teachers and community leaders,” she said.

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Cutline: Brownwood’s Dr. Kylah Clark-Goff was recently named dean of HPU’s School of Education.

Registration ending soon for HPU’s Summer Scholars and Young Scholars day camps

Summer and Young Scholars Brain Games for webBROWNWOOD – July 5, 2016 – There is still time to register children for Howard Payne University’s popular Summer Scholars and Young Scholars day camps. Registration ends Friday, July 15, for the camps which will be held July 18-22 from 9 a.m. to noon each day.

The programs, open to all students in first through sixth grades, feature innovative instruction in a variety of subjects including robotics and 3D printing. The theme for this year is “Brain Games” in honor of the 2016 Summer Olympics.

In the Summer Scholars program, students entering fourth through sixth grades will study robotics, 3D printing, science and physical education. The Young Scholars program is designed for children entering first through third grades and the campers will receive instruction in robotics, science, music and physical education.

The programs, designed to be fun as well as educational, will be held in HPU’s Winebrenner Memorial Hall of Science. Program participants will also have supervised access to HPU’s gym, climbing wall and other campus locations.

Estevan Arbaiza, HPU head men’s soccer coach and director of intramurals, will lead the physical activities segment of both camps.

“Coach Arbaiza’s coaching, athletics experience and past work with camps will add a new level of expertise to our physical activities component of the Summer and Young Scholars program,” said Dr. Julie Welker, director of the programs, professor of communication and chair of HPU’s Department of Communication Studies.

Additionally, 3M engineers will teach the science portion of the program for the Summer Scholars camp.

“I’m delighted that we will have five engineers from 3M Corporation teaching the science component of Summer Scholars,” said Dr. Welker. “These experts will be teaching science and engineering concepts and giving students an opportunity for hands-on experience.”

Cost for the Summer Scholars and Young Scholars programs is $100 per student and includes a souvenir, snacks and supplies.

Online registration is available at www.hputx.edu/summerandyoungscholars. For more information about the Summer Scholars and Young Scholars programs, contact Dr. Welker at (325) 649-8508 or via e-mail at jwelker@hputx.edu.

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Cutline: Summer Scholars and Young Scholars camps, HPU’s popular summer programs for children, will take place July 18-22. This year’s theme is “Brain Games” in honor of the 2016 Summer Olympics.

HPU hosts BGCT’s Super Summer camp for Christian students

Super Summer studentsBROWNWOOD – July 1, 2016 – Howard Payne University recently hosted the Baptist General Convention of Texas’ Super Summer camp, a weeklong leadership event for Christian students. Hundreds of youth from Baptist churches all across Texas participated in the camp, as well as many HPU alumni, students, faculty and staff members.

Super Summer is designed for Christian students who exhibit leadership attributes and desire to learn more about how to maximize their effectiveness in sharing the gospel and living a godly lifestyle. Each year’s camp theme is emphasized through all aspects of the camp. This year’s theme revolved around 1 Corinthians 11:1, “Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ.”

Debbie Childs, HPU’s director of university events, said that she always looks forward to Super Summer each year.

“It reminds me of how grateful we are as a university to have students and leaders on our campus who follow Christ and then step up to be leaders these teens can follow as well,” Childs said. “It’s about relationships and I love that.”

This is the BGCT’s 43rd year to present Super Summer camps. The organization held seven sessions of Super Summer this summer, with the fifth session hosted at HPU. The other Super Summer camps are held at five other Texas Baptist universities throughout the summer.

“HPU has an amazing honor and privilege to host a week of Super Summer,” said Dr. Gary Gramling ’81, professor of Christian studies and director of HPU’s Christian studies graduate programs. “This means that we have the opportunity as a university to be a part of what God is doing in the lives of these students. It’s a joy to get to walk around campus and talk with students who are hearing God speak to them through His word and beginning to own their faith.”

blue school studentsCampers are divided into schools, designated by colors, based on the grade they recently completed in school, from seventh grade up to recently graduated high school seniors. Within these color schools, the students spend time in a very disciplined schedule of teaching sessions, worship sessions, small-group discussions and quiet time for personal reflection. They also get to have fun during recreation time, playing games that help emphasize the year’s theme with a focus on sportsmanship and teamwork rather than athletic ability.

“It is amazing to see these young Christian leaders at Super Summer continue to grow in their faith while having a great time and making lifelong friends,” said Kathy James, HPU’s special events coordinator. “I love having them on our HPU campus each summer.”

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Cutlines: Super Summer campers cheer during recreation time on the HPU campus.

Campers in Super Summer’s Blue School have fun on the HPU campus.

Endowed scholarship created from proceeds of HPU history book

Robert and Cheryl MangrumBROWNWOOD – June 27, 2016 – Longtime Howard Payne University employees Dr. Robert and Mrs. Cheryl Mangrum have chosen to give back to the university they love by using proceeds from Dr. Mangrum’s recent history book to create an endowed scholarship in the couple’s name. In 2015, Dr. Mangrum published an account of HPU’s history titled For Howard Payne My All: 125 Years of Christian Higher Education and Service, 1889-2015.

As the title suggests, the electronic book, encyclopedic in nature, chronicles the first 125 years of the university’s history since its founding in 1889. Proceeds from the book will continue to grow the scholarship endowment.

Dr. Mangrum serves as university historian as well as professor of history and government while Cheryl Mangrum serves as associate director of admission.

“I just finished 36 years at HPU and Cheryl finished her 35th year,” he said. “We’ve always talked about creating a scholarship at some point in time.”

Once he finalized the book, which took 17 years to complete, the couple felt the time was right. The Dr. Robert G. and Mrs. Cheryl Mangrum Endowed Scholarship will benefit students who are either history majors, involved in the band or band fraternity/sorority, or residents of Taylor County or Dallas County.

During his tenure with the university, Dr. Mangrum has served in numerous capacities on campus, including 30 years as a sponsor of Kappa Kappa Psi, National Honorary Band Fraternity Inc., four years as faculty sponsor of Student Government, and 13 years as director of HPU’s Guy D. Newman Honors Academy (then the Douglas MacArthur Academy of Freedom). Additionally, he served one year as associate dean of the School of Humanities and 29 years as chair of the Department of History. He has served on numerous university committees including three self-study committees for reaccreditation.

He has published numerous book reviews in professional journals and served as contributor to The Vietnam War: An Encyclopedia and as a referee for the Journal of Military History. He is currently in his sixth term as mayor of the City of Early.

Cheryl Mangrum, who graduated from HPU in 1991, has been employed in the area of admission and recruiting since 1981. Like her husband, she is active with the Yellow Jacket Band and its honorary fraternity/sorority. She has been named an honorary band alumna and honorary member of both Tau Beta Sigma, National Honorary Band Sorority Inc., and Kappa Kappa Psi. She was selected as HPU’s Outstanding Staff Member for the 1999-2000 academic year.

For Howard Payne My All is available for $30 on DVD or USB Flash Drive from the HPU Stinger Store at www.hputx.edu/store. It is also available for purchase at Willie’s T’s in Brownwood.

For more information about the scholarship, contact HPU’s Office of Advancement at (325) 649-8006.

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Cutline: Longtime HPU employees Dr. Robert and Mrs. Cheryl Mangrum recently established an endowed scholarship at the university.

HPU honors 262 for academic success during spring 2016 semester

BROWNWOOD – June 23, 2016 – Howard Payne University honored 262 students for academic success during the spring 2016 semester. Students must earn a 4.0 grade point average to be named to the President’s List, a 3.65-3.99 grade point average to be named to the Dean’s List and a 3.5-3.64 grade point average to be named to the Honor Roll.

Receiving honors were:

Abilene
Brittony Nicole Walker, President’s List
Christy S. Williams, President’s List

Aledo
Skyler Savanna Schoolfield, President’s List

Alleyton
Jessica Claire Catlett, Dean’s List

Alvarado
Alahna Nicole Baze, Dean’s List
Brennan Dawn Holder, Honor Roll
Jay Taylor Holland, Dean’s List
Natalie Marie Stephens, President’s List

Amarillo
Miranda Kristeen Rice, Honor Roll

Anson
Kierstyn Lauren Evans, Honor Roll

Apex, N.C.
Kristen Nicole Terway, Honor Roll

Arkadelphia, Ark.
Rachel Leigh White, Honor Roll

Arlington
Reagan McKinley Grisham, Dean’s List
Brittany Kara Ponder, Honor Roll
Emma Danielle Reed, President’s List
Tayler Brittany Rushing, Dean’s List

Austin
Erin Elizabeth Buergner, President’s List
Jason Lee Disney, Honor Roll
Jonathan Michael George, Honor Roll
Marissa Cheyenne Godbey, Dean’s List
Nicole Suzanne Goodwin, Honor Roll
Riley G. Morrison, President’s List
Grayson Scott Olguin, Dean’s List

Ballinger
Ely Chance Self, Honor Roll

Bangs
Don Leland Greenwood, President’s List
Katherine Elizabeth Hailey, President’s List
Victoria Lee Hardin, President’s List
Courtney Caprice Seybert, President’s List

Bastrop
Courtney B. Turner, Honor Roll

Beaumont
Rickey Andrew Guillory, Dean’s List

Belton
Abigail Nicole Miller, Honor Roll
Micah Stephen Thompson, Honor Roll

Blanket
Taylor Wesley Kent, President’s List

Blooming Grove
Amy Danielle Baskin, President’s List

Boerne
Daniel Edward Harris, Dean’s List
Isaac Conrad Sommers, President’s List

Brownwood
Christy Renee Ash, President’s List
Katie Ellen Ash, President’s List
Sharon Michelle Berger, President’s List
Blake Lawton Biessener, Dean’s List
Shelby Nicole Byrd, Honor Roll
Selena Leonor Castillo, Dean’s List
James David Crow, President’s List
Timothy Scott Emery, Honor Roll
Tanya Renee Glasscock, Dean’s List
Jessica Leigh Harris, Honor Roll
Jose Angel Hernandez, Honor Roll
Kimberlyn Elaine Ho, President’s List
Cynthia Lisett Ibarra, Honor Roll
Erica Danielle Jordan, President’s List
Hannah Celeste Justice, Dean’s List
Joel Allen Justice, President’s List
Jensen Lee Limer, Honor Roll
Bridgette Taylor Mayfield, President’s List
Lindsey Rachel McKinney, Honor Roll
Grace Victoria Milcherska, Dean’s List
Jason Alexander Murphy, Dean’s List
Seth Robert Owen, Dean’s List
Shannon Shae Parrish, Honor Roll
Tandi Joy Patton, Dean’s List
Tanner Cole Pennington, President’s List
Megan Leanne Peterson, Dean’s List
Zachary Vaughn Peterson, Honor Roll
Jeffery Allen Phillips, President’s List
Priscilla Lynn Rodriguez, Honor Roll
Sandy Rodriguez, President’s List
Heather Ann Rowlett, Dean’s List
Chelsea Louise Taylor, President’s List
Chelsea Lynn Thomason, Honor Roll
Keegan Ryan Torres, President’s List
Mari Amy Villarreal, Dean’s List
Jason Ryan Washburn, Dean’s List

Burleson
Paighton Leanne McNeely, Honor Roll

Caddo Mills
Savannah Jade Moore, Dean’s List

Canyon Lake
Jennifer Katelyn Cardenas, President’s List

Carlton
Tobias Ty Turney, Honor Roll

Carrollton
Kristin Anne Cunningham, President’s List
TaShana Rae Hooker, President’s List

Cedar Park
Emily Janice Peisker, President’s List

Cibolo
Nathan Kyle McDowell, Honor Roll

Cisco
Robert Devin Caraway, Dean’s List

Cleburne
Taylor Renea Bicknell, Dean’s List

Clifton, Colo.
Caleb Josiah Kostreva, President’s List

Clyde
Rachel Renee Jackson, Dean’s List
Neal Edward Kucinski, Dean’s List

Coleman
Taylor Cathlynn Armstrong, President’s List
Allison Kate Straach, President’s List

Comanche
Walker Seth Dailey, Honor Roll
Lisa Michelle Moreno, Dean’s List
Angela Rose Parker, Dean’s List
Jaze Mance Randolph, Dean’s List

Conroe
Ryan Wesley Mason, Honor Roll

Cross Plains
James Lowell Sullivan, Dean’s List

Crystal City
Michael Roy Garza, President’s List

De Leon
Micah Jo Cisneroz, Dean’s List

DeSoto
Bettina Ayna Ballet, President’s List
Sharon Allen Wolverton, President’s List
Spencer Kelly Wolverton, Honor Roll

Dublin
Aaron Robert Callaway, Honor Roll

Early
Brittany Elaine Benson, President’s List
Chelsea Diane Chesser, Honor Roll
Colby Scott Compton, President’s List
Ryan Mathew Contreras, Dean’s List
Abraham Fausto-Jorna Cooper, Dean’s List
Thomas Harrison Givan, President’s List
Kelly Kaake, Honor Roll
Morgan Tyler Lacy, President’s List
Nathan Lee Lacy, Dean’s List
Crystal Desire’ Ochoa, Honor Roll
Meagan Elizabeth Sessler, Honor Roll
Preston Erika Smith, Dean’s List
Sydni Brooke Thompson, President’s List
Austin Caleb Throckmorton, President’s List

Eastland
Sloan Elisabeth Ahrlett, President’s List
Elena Maria Mendoza, President’s List
Cody Neal Perrin, President’s List
Dezeray Dawn Tafte, Dean’s List

El Paso
Jessica Kristine Galaviz, Dean’s List
Mark Andrew Montes, Honor Roll
Christina Noriz, President’s List
Grace Christine Stout, Dean’s List

Elgin
Elizabeth Daisy Miller, Honor Roll
Karla Grace Zachary, President’s List

Ennis
Ashley Briann Chapman, Honor Roll

Farmington, N.M.
Shaefer McIntyre Church, Dean’s List
Zachary H. Sterling, Honor Roll

Ferris
Olivia Ann Belsher, Dean’s List

Forney
Brittany Nicole Cortez, Honor Roll

Fort Worth
Bryan Austin Baker, Dean’s List
Andrew Christopher Errico, Dean’s List
Trey Weldon Franks, Dean’s List
Clifford Lawson Lunceford, Honor Roll
Vivian Thi Nguyen, Dean’s List
Hannah Elise Williamson, Dean’s List

Fredericksburg
Chandler Jacob Condra, President’s List
Serayah Smith, Honor Roll

Garden Ridge
Camila Michelle Cotter, Dean’s List

Gatesville
Murry Roy Clingerman, President’s List
Augusta Marie Johnson, Dean’s List

Georgetown
Nicole Elizabeth Ferrell, President’s List
Rachel Ann Mahagan, President’s List
Jackson William Spencer, Honor Roll
Sydney Drew Spencer, President’s List
Aaron William Walling, President’s List
Cameron Andrew Wong, Dean’s List

Goldthwaite
Priscilla Deann Gilbert, Dean’s List
Julie Marie Hart, President’s List
Jody Michael Loudamy, President’s List

Goliad
Hanna Danielle Henson, President’s List

Gonzales
Seth James Rainey, Honor Roll
Granbury
Tyler Kirk Jones, President’s List
Kayla Michelle Smith, Honor Roll
Jenna Rynea Underwood, Honor Roll

Grapeland
Alexandria Cymone Davis, Honor Roll

Greenville
Anna Lauren Jeffers, Honor Roll

Hallettsville
Kade Louis Kahanek, President’s List

Haltom City
Dayane Gutierrez, Dean’s List

Hamilton
Trey Joe Carpenter, Dean’s List
Jeremiah Kayne Wenzel, Honor Roll

Harlingen
Cody Harrison Hughes, President’s List

Hartley
Jacob Russell Vincent, President’s List

Hico
Lydia Mae Heinrichs, President’s List

Holland
Steven Ray Palousek, President’s List

Howe
Tyler Adam Olin, President’s List

Hurst
Carrie Deann Leach, Dean’s List

Hutto
Chase Anthony Collazo, Dean’s List

Irving
Vanessa Renae Albert, Honor Roll
Adam McCoy Jones, Dean’s List

Jarrell
Kindell Amon Hill, President’s List

Joshua
Julia Lynne James, Honor Roll

Justin
Hannah Joan Ball, Dean’s List

Katy
Karli Gail Conrad, Honor Roll

Kermit
David Tyrone Dingle, Honor Roll

Kerrville
James Vincent Abbatiello, President’s List
Catrina Leigh Hooten, Dean’s List

Killeen
Kaytlin Dianne Hunkins, Honor Roll

Kingsville
Brett Ollen Quackenbush, Dean’s List

Lampasas
Mason D. Murray, Dean’s List
Kelsan Marie Wolverton, Dean’s List

League City
Caitlin Noel Alexander, President’s List

Lindale
Leonard Paul Baker, Dean’s List

Little Elm
Rachel McKenzie Crane, Dean’s List
Travis Anthony Moraga, Dean’s List

Llano
Rachel Elizabeth Hughes, Honor Roll

Longview
Benjamin Paul Fountain, Honor Roll

Los Fresnos
Eric Mick Reber, Honor Roll

Lytle
Jaclyn Rose Bonner, President’s List
Rebekah Joyce Lytle, Dean’s List

May
Vanessa Monique Pate, President’s List
Amber Rose Shipman, President’s List

McKinney
Tara Brooke Carroll, Dean’s List
Fred Zavala, Dean’s List

Memphis
Callie Anne Molloy, Dean’s List

Midland
Eric Trey Haverstock, President’s List
Kelsey Reid Johnson, President’s List
Gaby V. Muniz, Honor Roll

Midlothian
Chad Holman Anders, Honor Roll
Emily Nicole Ball, Dean’s List
Rebecca May Blohm, Dean’s List
Tyler Christopher Colburn, President’s List
Gabriella Glenn Guest, President’s List

Miles
Caitlin Courtney Wood, Dean’s List

Mineral Wells
Rachel Ann Merritt, President’s List

Montgomery
Candace Leeann Montgomery, Dean’s List

Mount Pleasant
Joshua William Dykes, Honor Roll

Natalia
Zoe Sunshine Emley, Dean’s List
Andrew William Overmiller, Dean’s List

New Braunfels
Dallas Joe Freeman, President’s List

Newark
Carissa Caley Cromer, Dean’s List

Nocona
Rebecca Nicole Hamilton, President’s List

North Richland Hills
Lacey Mikelle Eagan, Dean’s List

Odessa
Catherine Elizabeth Haston, Honor Roll
Julie Jo Yarbro, Dean’s List

Perryton
Keaton James Fletcher, President’s List

Pipe Creek
Aryn Lee Morris, Dean’s List

Plano
Grant Michael Saltar, Honor Roll

Pleasant Hill, Calif.
Jack Henry Judd, Honor Roll

Princeton
Destiny Sherell Dyson, President’s List

Ranger
Sierra Cheyenne Spruill, President’s List

Richland Hills
Luke G. Jester, Dean’s List

Rio Hondo
Josue Alfredo Garza, Honor Roll
John Carl Reyes, Honor Roll

Round Rock
Stacy Rachaun Beattie-Anderson, Honor Roll
Shawn Michel-Alexa Brody, Honor Roll
Joseph Thomas Flanigan, Dean’s List

Runaway Bay
Lainee Nichole Hasty, Dean’s List

Saginaw
Elizabeth Anne Fargo, Honor Roll

Salado
Ruben Daniel Lemus, Dean’s List

San Angelo
Kyndal Nicole Broome, President’s List

San Antonio
Floridalma Campos, Dean’s List
Andrew Uriah Collazo, Honor Roll
Taylor Ann Gorman, Dean’s List
Arthur Joseph Hettler, President’s List

San Juan
Lorien Elisse Rubio, Honor Roll

Shepherd
Katelyn Nicole Zimmer, Dean’s List

Southlake
Braxton Stone Clark, President’s List

Springtown
Elizabeth Ann Rainey, President’s List

Stephenville
Lucas Jake Bowling, Dean’s List
Shadd C. Cole, Honor Roll
Libby Ann Evans, Honor Roll

Sweetwater
Michael Ryan Hazard, President’s List

Temple
Zachary Paul Eller, Dean’s List
Maranda Alexandria Marlin, Honor Roll

Three Rivers
Chasity Danielle Coquat, President’s List

Tolar
Holly Ann Leatherman, Dean’s List

Troup
Taryn Cheney Cover, President’s List
Ethan Chase Molnari, Honor Roll

Tuscola
Sierra Dawn Bennett, Honor Roll

Uhland
Ariana D. Rehm, Honor Roll

Universal City
Joshua Brian Varnes, President’s List

Vernon
Haley Elaine Smith, Dean’s List

Waco
Jacob Drew McNeill, Dean’s List
Ivon Teresa Mendoza, Dean’s List

Waskom
Diana Rebeca Puente Chavar, President’s List

Watauga
Kaitlyn Paige Harrison, President’s List

Waurika, Okla.
Courtney Elise Howard, Dean’s List

Waxahachie
Michael Nathan Snow, President’s List

Weatherford
Morgan Paige Ashmore, President’s List
Kaylee Jae Blevins, President’s List

Whitehouse
Andrew Kirk Stevenson, President’s List

Wylie
Montana Shay Phelps, Honor Roll

Zephyr
Jordan Lisa Pitman, President’s List

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