Area Students Graduate With GED at PJC-Sulphur Springs

PJC SSpgs GED grads

GED graduates who were inducted into the National Adult Education Honor Society during the ceremony included, from left Rosalee Sanchez, Jordan Reed, Christopher Blake Moore, Harriet Garrett, and Jimena Estrada. Moore also received the $250 PJC Adult Education Community Funded Scholarship.

Nearly 60 students were recognized recently during a ceremony held by the Paris Junior College Adult Education Department. Three scholarships to Paris Junior College were awarded based on students meeting all Adult Education Program requirements, receiving an instructor recommendation, and GED scores.

The first scholarship awarded, the $250 Lamar County Literacy Council Scholarship provided by United Way of Lamar County, went to Courtney Poole.

The $250 PJC Adult Education Community Funded Scholarship went to Christopher Moore of Hopkins County, and the $500 Toyota of Paris scholarship (donated by Toyota of Paris) went to Mrs. Harriet Garrett of Red River County.

Those receiving their GED certifications, by town, included:

Brashear: Martin McQueen

Campbell: Courtney Pritchard

Como: Vanessa Buenrostro, Jimena Estrada, Shauna Mayfield, Georgia McGregor

Cooper: Angel Ramos

Emory: Michael Brem

Pickton: Leslie Brumley, Jordan Reed

Sulphur Springs: Holly Ann Allen, Desiree N. Aranda, Olga Bonilla, Kelsey Haley, Natalie Hinds, Harleigh Johnson, Justin Joe McQueen, Christopher Moore, Keely Moore, Eric Ortega, Roman Albino Reyes, Joseph R. Smith, Jamie Waldrop

Yantis: Hadenn Townsend


Author: Staff Reporter

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