Pupils named principal, assistant principal for a day


Principal Nicole Hazelwood, left, with her stand-in, Principal of the Day Fisher Leftwich.


Fisher Leftwich, principal of the day, makes morning announcements.


Kelly Waters, assistant principal (right), and Walker Hiatt, who was assistant principal of the day.


Fourth grader Fisher Leftwich was the principal of the day while Walker Hiatt, first grader, was the assistant principal of the day recently at White Plains Elementary School.

The two settled into their lofty positions as a result of raising money for the school. Fisher was the top salesman during White Plain’s school fundraiser and Walker was runner-up.

There were other incentives for the students who did well in fundraising.

Third- thorugh fifth-place students chose their favorite special area class to attend for three days in a row. Special area classes at White Plains are: Art, music, media, computer lab, and physical education.

These students were Madison Grey, Bethany Williamson and Liam Hazelwood. Also, the top 12 students will travel to Lawrence Joel Coliseum in Winston-Salem to cheer on the Wake Forest girl’s basketball team in November. They will enjoy free food and the game with another Wake Forest student athlete. The following students will attend: Fisher Leftwich, Walker Hiatt, Madison Grey, Bethany Williamson, Liam Hazelwood, Riley Hylton, Anna Flippen, Tristyn Harris, Natalie Puckett, Kendall Ring, Sadie Draughn, and Skylar Hege.

Any student who sold at least $100 worth of items ate lunch at SageBrush on Wednesday, Oct. 12. Students who sold at least $100 worth of items also received a $1,000 voucher for college and students who sold at least $250 worth of items received a $1,500 college voucher for college.

White Plains students received more than $89,000 worth of vouchers for college as part of the program!

The students who raised at least $100 included:

Fisher Leftwich, Jackson Gardner, Walker Hiatt, Cassidy Mills, Madison Grey, Logan Smith, Bethany Williamson, Chandler Edwards, Liam Hazelwood, Kayson Slate, Riley Hylton, Levi Hill, Anna Flippen,Matthew Hill, Tristyn Harris, Jayden McKeithen, Natalie Puckett, Clara Burke;

Kendall Ring, Jace Mosley, Sadie Draughn, Brianna Graybeal, Skylar Hege, Gage Combs, Kalyn Collins, Madison Angel, Riley Jessup,Cassie Hiatt, Emma Hull, Macy Collins, Genesis Senter, Erin Moore, Emma Marshall, Carleigh Jo Mills, Aubrey McMillian, Dodger Hodges;

Emerson Puckett, Skylee Journey, Boone Aparicio, Yoselin Martinez, Corbin Trivette, Jade Collins, Campbell Hardy, Breelyn Bare, Kori Williard, Carson Soriano, Camden Hayes, Jayden O’Neal, Xochitl Lara Bueno, Sienna Burch, Alina Gutierrez, Hailey Love, Corbin Dollyhigh, Peyton Hiatt, Hunter Combs, Emma Kate Norman, Daniela Gomez, Colton Tate, Emma Waters, Ava Edwards, Jacob Farris, Julie Anna Lawson, Jack Waters;

Bryson Horton, Kenedi Pruitt, Alex Leopold, Jake Simmons, Mollie Trent, and Brett Lyons, Brock Trent, Alvin Rodriguez, and Ava Badgett.

Mrs. Hazelwood, Principal, said, “We thank our parents and community for their support of this fundraiser. We had wonderful participation in this event and it is exciting to know that students are already thinking about college and what the future has to offer. This money will be used to purchase new technology for students to use in the classroom.”

Principal Nicole Hazelwood, left, with her stand-in, Principal of the Day Fisher Leftwich.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_IMG_8941.jpgPrincipal Nicole Hazelwood, left, with her stand-in, Principal of the Day Fisher Leftwich.

Fisher Leftwich, principal of the day, makes morning announcements.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_IMG_8937.jpgFisher Leftwich, principal of the day, makes morning announcements.

Kelly Waters, assistant principal (right), and Walker Hiatt, who was assistant principal of the day.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_IMG_8944.jpgKelly Waters, assistant principal (right), and Walker Hiatt, who was assistant principal of the day.
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