Hope Public Schools

Everchanging Hope contest winners named

Beryl Henry Elementary School sixth grade Everchanging Hope contest winners, left to right with BHE social studies teacher Stephanie Smelley, include Madison Qualls, first place, Ashlynn McKamie, third place, and Tynesha Rhinehart, second place. – Ken McLemore/Hope Public Schools

Ken McLemore

HOPE – Beryl Henry Elementary School sixth grade students participated in a commemorative contest, Everchanging Hope, sponsored by the President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site and the National Parks Service.

Winner of the Overall Prize for essay and poster presentation was Madison Quals. Second place essay winner was Tynesha Rhinehart and third place essay winner was Ashlynn McKamie. Honorable mention was awarded to Manuel Fraire and Katie Halsell.

Participating were the following students:

Kevin Bran, Manuel Fraire, Patrick Gallegos, Kyria Jackson, Alexis Juarez, Eniya Loudermilk,, Kadarious Moore, Madison Qualls, Geraldo Rodriquez, Henser Velasquez, Christiana White, Ashlynn McKamie, Olivia Vargas, Lizbeth Balbuena, Jay Gilmore, Isaac Guzman, Katie Halsell, Manuel Hernandez, Brandee Latin, Pedro Luna, Lakeitha Nollie, Vanessa Ortiz, Kamauri Perkins, Josiah Porter, Marcos Rodriquez, Brent Smith, Ryyannah Wafer, Makayla Waller, Oswaldo Alvarado, Keonta Brown, Ashley Cardona, Ajaiyah Cheatham, and Christian Dominquez.

Also, Harmony Eason, Samya Fellows, Eddy Francisco, Latravious Gomer, Michael Gonzalez, Ivy Lomax, Je’Keirra Moore, Yair Munoz, Kevin Nova, Olivia Ruiz, Rocio Aguilar, Brehonna Balance, Nariya Bell, Kelcy Carrigan, Kaylynn Drake, Amiya Floyd, Johnathan Hernandez, Alissia Johnson, Jose Juanes, Tynesha Rhinehart, Angel Romero, Jazion Thornton, Isaid Walker, Kevion Willis, Joel Bello, Conner Bittle, Jamarion Burton, E’Creyen Carpenter, Mariah Collins, Jesus Fraire, Ivyuanna Hall, Wendy Hernandez, Edwin Martinez, Eternity Muldrew,, Brittanya Ross, Julia Shroads, Inez Waters and NaZarion Weston.

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