Dowdy graduates from Clemson
Tyler Dowdy of Fort Mill graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science in graphic communications with a minor in business administration.
A 2008 Fort Mill High School graduate, Dowdy also was on the Dean’s List, in the Tiger Band and completed the Cooperative Education Program at Clemson. He accepted a job with the Accredo Company in Sugar Land, Texas.
Dean’s List at Furman
The following local students are included on the dean’s list for the Fall 2012 semester at Furman University in Greenville. These students met a grade-point average of 3.4 or higher on the four-point system:
Alec Agrawal, Whitney Becker, Daniel Bernard, Andrew Gaulden, Chelsea Jasper, Kristen Marakoff, Matthew Press, Lauren Reising, Melanie Sajbel, and Matthew Whitmire, all of Fort Mill. Samy Dorgham of Indian Land. Bryan Betts, Nathan Koverman and Mattson Smith, all of Tega Cay.
President’s Honor Roll at USC-Lancaster
The following students met the grade-point average requirement for the President’s Honor Roll at University of South Carolina Lancaster in Lancaster. These students are automatically qualified for the Dean’s List:
Emily Alexis Bruton, Danielle Marie Cave, Dina Marie Demeo and Alexandra Mackenzie Nauert of Fort Mill.
USC-Lancaster Dean’s List
The following students met the grade-point average requirement for the Dean’s List at University of South Carolina Lancaster in Lancaster:
Taylor Cherie Battle, Shelby Marie Bazemore, Caitlyn Nicole Boyd, Evelyn Danielle Chambers, Jacqueline Brooks Dellinger, John Kennedy Dowtin, Cody Scott Gibson, Alexander Bert Hannon, Vanessa Jimenez, Kara Ann Lauro, Kayla Mariah Lucky, Ashleigh Michelle Outen, Nicholas Hunter Outen, Chandni Dhaval Kumar Patel, Drashti Vikas Patel, Adalberto Perez, Philip Daniel Proctor, Alesandra Louise Randazzo, Kristin Noel Shaw, Miranda Suzanne Soprano, Eric Xavier Vazquez, Alyssa Nicol Vernon, and Justin Daniel Wills of Fort Mill. Ryann Nicole Cepeda, Kenneth Andre Cureton, Laurel Anne Dunne, Brandon Joseph Kuhn, Rachel Nicole Morris, Jamie Leigh Rembert, Ashley Elizabeth Rizza, Petter Mawad Rophael, and Megan Wendover of Indian Land. Taylor Alexa Swanson and Craig Leonhardt of Tega Cay.
President’s List at Winthrop
The following students made the President’s List for the Fall 2012 semester at Winthrop University in Rock Hill. These students met the grade-point average requirement of a 4.0 on the 4.0 scale and completed at least 12 credit hours of letter grade courses:
Brandi P. Beasley, Chelsea E. Bunch, Rebecca L. Burch, Courtney Clift, Nathaniel R. Daines, Christine P. Davenport, Ellen M. Gunkel, Francis W. Hegel, Katherine A. Rigby, and Sara G. Tennant of Fort Mill. Haley E. Bridgers of Indian Land.
Dean’s List at Winthrop
The following students made the Dean’s List for the Fall 2012 semester at Winthrop University in Rock Hill. These students met the grade-point average requirement of 3.5 on the 4.0 scale and completed at least 12 credit hours of letter grade courses:
Brittany G. Baer, Samantha D. Baker, Glenna E. Baron, Sarah B. Berry, Bryndle L. Bottoms, Molly E. Boucher, Amberelle N. Boyle, Kasey N. Brindley, Rachel L. Brown, Samuel P. Caskey, Tyler A. Couch, Catherine A. Davies, Elizabeth D. Davis, Nicholas E. Eberhardt, Bryan N. Hinson, Jaclyn C. Hunter, Marissa J. Ingersoll, Rebecca S. Jacobs, Megan E. Katz, Alisha N. Kennerly, April L. Lattig, Allison K. Lindsay, David M. Liota, Carrie E. Lott, Marshall D. Lynn, Ashley A. Manning, Amy C. Moore, Kayla B. Mullis, Caitlin E. Nalley, Ariba Naz, Grandy H. Nguyen, Lisa R. Nichols, Joshua W. Owens, Shelby S. Owens, Philip M. Parisio, Lyndsey M. Pippin, Emily M. Prescott, Ashley M. Reynolds, Bethany D. Ritter, Jessica L. Rogers, Sarah M. Savage, Taylor M. Short, Quinn E. Sittloh, Elizabeth C. Smith, Amanda N. Somjak, Kaitlin B. Spellman, Jenna M. Stewart, Daniel S. Strokis, Hannah M. Swan, Julia A. Sweeney, Deborah M. Szeman, Leigh A. Szeman, Whitney L. Ward, Cassie M. West, Julie H. Whitehouse, Tina C. Williams, and Chelsea G. Woodall of Fort Mill. Julia L. Greiner and Diego G. Segura of Indian Land. Kayla G. Bakker, Cindy L. Cannon, Lindsey G. Daubenspeck, Brittney E. Dickson, Sarah E. Kelly, Kayla M. Mecca, Mika G. Parajon, Stephanie M. Pruitt, Jennifer M. Resech, Hannah M. Schwartz, Lindsey N. Scrogin, Michael R. Simpson, Michael L. Truesdale, David M. Walker, and Noah W. Weber of Tega Cay. Chelsea M. Stevens of Van Wyck.
Hall makes Clemson Dean’s List
Sarah Elizabeth Hall of Fort Mill made the Dean’s List at Clemson University in Clemson.
To make the Dean’s List, students must achieve a grade-point average between 3.5 and 3.99 on the 4.0 scale.
Holt makes Wagner Dean’s List
Carrie E. Holt of Fort Mill made the “A” Dean’s List at Wagner College on Staten Island, N.Y.
To make the “A” Dean’s List, students must achieve at 4.0 grade-point average for the semester.
ILES kindergarten registration
Kindergarten Registration for Indian Land Elementary School in Indian Land will begin on March 7 from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. All 2013-2014 kindergarten students must be 5 years old on or before Sept.1, 2013, to enroll at Indian Land Elementary. After the kick-off date, parents and guardians with legal paperwork may register between the office hours of 7 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.
At registration, parents must present originals of the following documentation:
• Immunization record
• Legal birth certificate
• Parent driver’s license with current address
• Two Forms of Residency
1. Utility bill with matching service address
2. Mortgage or Settlement Statement, Rental, Lease or Purchase Agreement, or House or Car Property Tax Receipt.
If living with relative:
• Notarized Rental Agreement
• Utility bill from property owner
• Parent driver’s license with current address
• Vehicle property tax with insurance or bill and current address
For more information, contact registrar Angela McClendon at Angela.McClendon@lcsdmail.net.
• The American Institute for Foreign Study has announced that its Shakespeare’s Globe Education Theater Program has been selected as a summer institute for the years 2013 to 2015 by the Fulbright Commission.
College freshmen and sophomores interested in Shakespearean Theater are encouraged to apply for the summer program. If awarded a Fulbright Scholarship, the institute, to take place in London, England, will be almost completely paid for, including travel, insurance, meals, and tuition.
Application materials must be submitted directly to the Fulbright Commission by March 11.
For more information, go to www.aifsabroad.com/england/londonglobe/summer/fulbright.asp
• Kohl’s Department Stores will be accepting nominations for outstanding young volunteers beginning this week for the 2013 Kohl’s Cares Scholarship Program. Nominations for kids ages six to 18 will be accepted Feb. 1 through March 15 at kohlskids.com, and nominators must be 21 years or older. Through the program, Kohl’s will award more than 2,300 young volunteers more than $425,000 in scholarships and prizes to reward kids who have made a positive impact on their communities.