Bratt Elementary Names Students Of The Month

April 30, 2018

The following students were named Students of the Month for April at Bratt Elementary School.

Pre-K

  • Tendrell Johnsen
  • Juliet McDonald

Kindergarten

  • Walker Morris
  • Kallie Ikner
  • Cameron Gipson
  • Brian Sanders
  • Ivyonna Knight

First Grade

  • X’zavion Williams
  • Jonathan Patrick
  • Madison Rice
  • Kimmora Thomas

Second Grade

  • Tyler McAnally
  • Wyatt Spence
  • Chloe Satterwhite
  • Makinzi Roley

Third Grade

  • Dakota Richardson
  • Margret Baker
  • Trinity Bryan

Fourth Grade

  • Jeremy Thomas
  • Fallon Hubbard
  • J.C. Glenn
  • Sophia Adkins

Fifth Grade

  • Landon Hawthorne
  • Payton Daw
  • Brayden Reaves
  • Derek Kinley

Comments

2 Responses to “Bratt Elementary Names Students Of The Month”

  1. Frances Norton on April 30th, 2018 2:31 pm

    Way to go Brayden keep up the good work!!
    Very proud of you love you

  2. steve richardson on April 30th, 2018 10:29 am

    My Little Man got student of the month. Daddy loves you Dakota. Proud of all the kids. Keep up the good work





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