The Carlisle Elementary school sixth grade graduation was held on Wednesday, May 24 in the elementary school cafeteria.

The program begin with the presentation of the flags by David Faucett and Griffin Keathley and the Pledge of Allegiance led by Timothy Barnett, Colt Car, Cloe Ford and Lucy Golleher. Hayden Ingle gave the invocation and elementary school principal Jason Stewart welcomed students and guests.

During the awards presentation, Jenna Reed received the music award. Cina Scrimsher was presented the library award. The art award was given to Lucy Golleher. Rueben Lybrand received the P.E. award. Josheph Cook was presented the computer award. The Principal’s Student Leadership award went to Lucy Golleher. Keller Killgore received the academic award in Mathematics. The Literacy award went to Reagan Crump. Jaywon Sloan was presented the Social Studies award. The science award was presented to Maria Kelly.

Exemplary citizenship awards are given to students that have a yearly average of 98 percent or higher in citizenship. They receive a certificate and are pinned with an outstanding citizenship pin. Those students were Adrienne Barnett, Kaitlyn Crouch, Reagan Crump, Brice Isbell, Shelbi Jones, Keller Kilgore, Moran Park and Isabelle White.

Citizenship awards are presented to students that have earned an A during each of the four nine week periods. These students received a certificate: Timothy Barnett, Jr., Karson Bray, Nattaley Canada, Maria Kelly, Jaywon Sloan, Cloe Ford, Madison Goodman, Stormie Jinks, Rueben Lybrand, Lindsey Waters, Brent Wise, Marya Bunch, Lucy Golleher, Jenna Reed, Cina Scrimsher and Benjamin Smith.

After reading a letter from President Barack Obama congratulating students on receiving the President’s Education Award, the names of the Gold Presidential Award recipients were read. To receive the Gold Presidential Award, a student must have a grade point average of 3.50 and 4.0 in the core subjects of reading, language arts, math, science and social studies from second through sixth grade. Students given this award were Adrienne Barnett, Marya Bunch, Kaitlyn Crouch, Reagan Crump, David Faucett III, Lucy Golleher, Madison Goodman, Stormie Jinks, Sarah Kellum, Keller Killgore, Taylor Looney, Rueben Lybrand, Morgan Park, Jenna Reed, Benjamin Smith, Lindsey Waters, Isbella White and Devon Worley.

Silver Presidential Award were also recognized. To receive the Silver Presidential Award, a student must have a GPA of 3.00 to 3.49 in the core subjects of reading, language arts, math, science and social studies from second through sixth grade. Students that received this award were Brandon Canoy, Charlene Cole, Joseph Cook, Cloe Ford, David Hayes, Hayden Ingle, Brice Isbell, Allison Jones, Griffin Keathley, Alex Nance, Jason Sullivan and Brent Wise.

The most outstanding boy and girl awards are voted on by the teachers. Recipients of the most outstanding boy was Karson Bray and the most outstanding girl was Adrienne Barnett.

Following the presentation of awards, diplomas were given.

6A graduates were Kamrin Renae Aguilera, Timothy Stephen Barnett, Jr., Abbegail Elizabeth Bowlan, Karson Thomas Bray, Nattaley Raine Canada, Brandon Lee Canoy, Jared Alexander Carter, Charlene Evelyn Cole, Seth Malachi Dayshaun Couch, Linda Carolyn Sue Crouse, Maria Leighann Kelly, James Sawyer Moody, Jaywon Jamall Sloan, Jett Hunter Smith, Alexander Lloyd Stephens Towe and Jody Maychell Wise.

6B graduates were Adrienne Nicole Barnett, Colt Lynn Carr, David L. Faucett, III, Cloe Skylar Ford, Madison Paige Goodman, David Dlenn Hayes, Brice Ray Isbell, Stormie Faye Jinks, Allison Rochelle Jones, John Griffin Keathley, Sarah Elizabeth Kellum, Keller Grant Kilgore, Rueben James LyBrand, Morgan Lillie Park, James Edward Price Jr., Lindsey Morgan Waters and Brent Edward Wise.

6C graduates were Marya Lanette Bunch, Joseph Eli Cook, Kaitlyn Grace Crouch, Reagan Alyse Crump, Lucy Elaine Golleher, Hayden Bryant Ingle, Shelbi Renee Jones, Taylor Alexis Looney, Alex Tyler Nance, Jenna Rose Reed, Cina Jolene Scrimsher, Benjamin Jacob Smith, Samuel Delaney Smith, Jason Lee Sullivan Jr., Isabella Renee White and Devon Jay Worley.

After presenting the diplomas, assistant elementary principal Rachel Horn gave the students words of wisdom about being kind, even if it means standing alone.

The Alma Mater was led by Marya Bunch, Madison Goodman and Maria Kelly. Jenna Reed gave the closing remarks. Jaywon Sloan presented the slide show and the ceremony concluded with the benediction led by Stormie Jinks.