These Beverly-Center Elementary students were named to the honor roll for the fourth nine week grading period:
Principal's Roll - All A's or E's: First Grade - Jadyn Bell, Kyndal Buchanan, Katie Coleman, Camryn Huck, Maddox Huck, Gianna Kasun, Jordan Lee, Janessa Ross, Hayley Shaffer, Julia Silvus, Laine Spindler, and Cadence Waller; Second Grade - Konner Bell, Brandon Dye, and Phinn Spindler; Third Grade - Zaiden Huck and Nava McKown; Fourth Grade - Carlee Nelson, Cody Owens, Bella Schilling, Catie Sleek, Jacob Tice, and Ethan Zimmer; Fifth Grade - Sophia Curry, Cassie Heiss, Lexie Huck, Lydia Klinger, Caeley Mincks, and Skylar Skinner; Sixth grade - Gilly Baker, Payton Brooker, C.J. Crim, Caden Fryman, Zane Greenleaf, Lindsay Heiss, Mattie Newsom, and Brady Schilling.
Distinguished Honor Roll - More A's than B's or E's than S+'s: First Grade - Ivy Campbell, Avah Day, Coen Fouss, Dylan Hamilton, Alex Long, Layton Stewart, Ryelyn McKinney, and Matti Ward; Second Grade - Graham Baker, Malyn Beardsley, Alyssa Duskey, Emmitt Diskey, Makenna Long, Zoe McKown, Teya Ragalyi, Alaina Snodgrass, Ross Schultheis, Keegan Strode, Madison Wright, and Collyn Zimmer; Third Grade - Stone Dixon, Sydnee Duskey, Kelson McCurdy, Wade Paterson, Alexx Schilling, Nate Silvus, and Cassidy Starkey; Fourth Grade - Megan Bohl, Casey Brooker, Astin Clark, Alayna Kern, Katie Horner, Garret Lipot, Katie Muir, Ariane Pollock, and Cameron Tennant; Fifth Grade - Alexis Antill, Brayden Antill, Chloe Bidwell, Cade Campbell, Jonathon Garvin, Jayden Greenleaf, Rhiannon Loane, Bryce Schilling, and Eleri Webb; Sixth grade - Cassidy Courtney, Jericha Cuthbertson, Isian Jones, Mahela Mankins, Wilson Sauls, Jimmy Smith, Ian Valentine, Ethan Webb, and Maddie Webb.
Merit Honor Roll - More B's than A's or S+'s than E's: First Grade - Lexi Bishman, Ashuntae Cline, and Emmie Duskey; Second Grade - Adam Cooper, Sawyer Curry, Nathan Powell, and Emmory Webb; Third Grade - Jack Duffey and Ryan Duskey; Fourth grade - Julia Bee, Sam Garvin, Breanna Hill, Isabelle Nunn, Hannah Offenberger, Betty Price, McShayne Riley, and Lilli Schilling; Fifth Grade - Brady Kutscherenko and Reese Quimby; Sixth Grade - Hannah Adkins.
SUMMER PROGRAMS CONTINUE
June may be almost over, but there's still time to sign up for fun and prizes at the Beverly Public Library. The library will be closed this week on Friday in honor of July 4th, but age-level programs are planned for the rest of the week. Monday at 6 p.m. is Family Movie Night. Food, crafts, games, stories, and movies are offered and participating families can enter the summer drawing. Tuesday at 6 p.m. is Elementary Kids Night, and this week features "Math Games." Read-to-Me Story Time for pre readers ages 2-6 is Wednesday at 11 a.m. This week's theme is "Singin' in the Rain." Craft and snack are provided and an adult is required to remain with the child throughout the story time. Elementary Children can learn about "Boom and Bang" at Thursday afternoon's 1 p.m. program. Teens and adults are reminded to keep reading and that reading hours are due by July 19. Stop in or contact the library at 984-4060 for more information about these, or any, library programs.
Also continuing is the Summer Feeding Program, which offers free lunches daily for kids ages 1-18. The meals are served in from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in Dodge Park.
All that is required to receive a free meal is to call (740) 373-3455 each day to reserve a meal for the next day.
Weekend meal packs are also available every Friday by calling to reserve a pack. Children must be present on Friday to receive the meal pack. Meals are free to all children through the Washington/Morgan Community Action.
Sue Sampson is a longtime columnist for The Parkersburg News & Sentinel.