Clovis students inducted at TTU
Two students from Clovis were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa at Texas Tech on April 9, according to a school press release.
Ashley Cox and Noveen Fatima were inducted during a ceremony held at the Texas Tech campus.
Clovis kindergarten registration Friday
Clovis Municipal Schools kindergarten registration is 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at the elementary school in your school zone, according to school officials.
A birth certificate, up-to-date immunizations records and social security number are required for registration.
Children who are 5 years old before Sept. 1 must enroll in kindergarten.
CHS grad takes SkillsUSA bronze
Clovis High graduate Abbie Potts received a bronze medal in the state level SkillsUSA conference April 3-5 in Albuquerque according to a press release.
Potts, a cosmetology student, at Hobbs Junior College, earned the bronze in the college level Job Skills Demo A.
Farwell pulls UIL district title repeat
Farwell High School won the District UIL academic championship April 11 for the second straight year, according to Farwell Schools Superintendent Larry Gregory.
Top finishers included:
• Brianna Anglin, Lindsey Mullin, Shelby Christian and Jaime Saenz, first in accounting
• Rane Carpenter, Bryce Howard, Brooke Hall and Ray White, first in spelling and vocabulary.
• Kayla Sanders, Amberli Martin, Brianna Anglin and Christian, second in mathematics
• Keegan Langford, first in headline writing and news writing
• Christian placed second in computer applications
• Kade Foster, first in informative speaking
• Mikaela Ceniceros, second in poetry
• Ashleigh Mesman, first in LD debate
• Lindsey Mullin, first in editorial writing
• Hall, second in prose
• Taylor Fillpot, first in feature writing
• Howard, first in ready writing
Students receive honors at research conference
The 34th annual Student Research Conference was held April 8 at Eastern New Mexico University, according to a school press release.
Students entered research papers/projects in nine categories at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The winners were:
• Jay Cheney in business
• Tamara Palmer in communication
• Barbara Myers in communication disorders
• Courtney Foley and Laura Holder in English
• Jessica Yi in Hispanic studies
• Erin Enright, Gabriel Sena and Relicia Cantwell in humanities and social sciences
• Krishnan Sundararaman, Juan Orozco and Alejandro Vada in math and computer sciences
• Roger Williams and Ashakiran Parvathaneni in physical sciences
• Johnny Sena and Alexandra Brooks in biological sciences
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