Coweta County Education Notes

From Staff Reports
education@newnan.com
Listed below are various educational items involving Coweta County residents.
• Degrees
East Tennessee State University:
James D. Williamson of Newnan, BBA in marketing.
Berry College: Kit Durant of Newnan, BS in chemistry.
Jacksonville State University: (Undergraduate) Jettie Davis, Mario Ford and Julia Lassetter, all of Newnan.
University of Georgia: Copeland F. Tucker, son of John and Carol Tucker of Newnan, degrees in political science and broadcast journalism. Tucker plans to enter graduate school in fall 2013. Athanasious Julian Skouteris of Moreland, BBA and BA in journalism; Blake Kipling Adams of Newnan, BBA; Robert Michael Belmonte III of Newnan, BBA; Matthew Albert Clark, BA in journalism; Michael Lee Fitzpatrick of Newnan, BBA; Teri Lynn Garner of Newnan, BA in journalism; Lindsey Davis Haralson of Newnan, Education Specialist; Steven Brantley Hardegree, MA in accounting; David Thomas Hembree of Senoia, BS in family and consumer sciences; Ann E. Kent of Newnan, BS; Megan Marie Kroll of Newnan, BA; Ethan Lee Smith of Senoia, BA; Xavier J. Watson of Newnan, BS in education; Robert Andrew Wilkin of Newnan, BBA; Leidy Detwiler Zern IV of Newnan, Education Specialist.

• President's List

Armstrong Atlantic State University: Hali Fleming (junior, pre-nursing) and Sarah Sexton (senior, visual arts), both of Newnan; Travis Andrews (senior, criminal justice) and Andrea Dawson (junior, chemistry), both of Senoia; Kelsey Kalyta (senior, rehabilitation sciences) of Sharpsburg.

Jacksonville State University: Tashasa Vaughn of Grantville; Olivia Brown, Brian Hinkemeyer and Terry Hinkemeyer, all of Newnan.

University of Georgia: Christopher Philip Ghyzel and Rachel Elizabeth Pierce, both of Newnan; Arielle Jordan Weekley of Senoia; Amanda Witherbee Camp, Lauren Ashley Cole and Hannah Danielle Smith, all of Sharpsburg.

• Dean's List

Armstrong Atlantic State University: Kyle Black (sophomore, mathematical sciences), Kimberley Crabtree (freshman, visual arts), Ashley Pearce (sophomore, theatre) and Anna Whitley (senior, radiologic sciences), both of Newnan; Jill Roden (freshman, rehabilitation sciences) of Sharpsburg.

Brewton-Parker College: Melinda Diane Carlyle, Debbie Ann Cook, Deborah A. Gibson, Ashley Lorin Hunter, Kalea James, Robert Joseph Lytten, Laura Elizabeth Whitley and Lakeitha Consuelo Williams, all of Newnan; Thomas Irvin Kee of Grantville, John Newton Thompson of Senoia; Sara Elizabeth Rodes of Sharpsburg.

Coastal Carolina University: McKynsey R. Douglas (biochemistry) of Newnan.

Georgia College: Alleigh Ray of Moreland; Amanda Caldwell, Erin Crisp, Leah Diebboll, Keri Johnson and Allison Smith, all of Newnan; Morgan Branch, Ashley Buchanan, Edward Kelly, Kristopher Nelson and Deanna Upchurch, all of Sharpsburg.

Hampden-Sydney College: Donophan Charles “Trey” Price III (Northgate High School), son of Mr. and Mrs. Donophan C. Price II of Newnan.

Jacksonville State University: Amy Blount, Amanda Estep, Sanders Ferrell, Nicholas Insolia, Amber Nixon and Jacqueline Stallings, all of Newnan; Kimberly Eskins of Sharpsburg.

Reinhardt University: Kelsey Floyd, Chelsa Hise, Leon Sapp and Nicholas Smith, all of Newnan.

University of Georgia: Laurie Margaret Jackson of Moreland; Joseph Anthony Frataccia, Molly Creagh Honea; John Eric Hughes Jr., Courtney Jane Matheny, Desiree Ann Moore, Pharez Roberson, Kendall Alexzandra Trammell, Jessica Lynn Wise, Kristen Michele Wooldridge, Wade Haldan Bishop, Franklin Alexander Wu, Sara Virginia Knox, Adreana Marie Rickett, Macey Taylor McDaniel, Callie Marie Thompson, Kelsey Resetar, Natalie Marie Robertson, Benjamin McDaniel Smith, Brent Nicolas Calder and Weston Charles Dean, all of Newnan; Ethan Lee Smith of Senoia; Trenton Clark Golay, Samantha Ashley Marvin, Phuong-Thao Thuy Nguyen, Steven Patrick Pugh, Abigail Taylor Shell, Abbey Elizabeth Stokely, Ella Wells Taylor, Maggie Caitlin Barnett, Rebecca Anne Clay and Alyssa Gwen Wozniak, all of Sharpsburg.


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