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Young, inspiring leaders of Camden First UMC
Student recognition, Sunday, June 10, 2018
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The graduates (from left, in caps) are Lisa Johnson, South University; Tyler Brevard, Spartanburg Methodist; Kiasia Hayes, Camden High School; Tyler Hampton, Camden High School; and (not pictured) Kierston Swainson, Lugoff-Elgin High School. Also (from left), Mollye Robinson, Rev. McCutcheon and Bettye Woods.
Mykala M. Williams (David and Courtney Williams) Pre-K Chesterbrook Academy Myron N. Williams (David and Courtney Williams) Kindergarten Center for Knowledge Nyeem D. Brittingham (Monica Reid) Jackson Elementary 2nd Grade Promotion AB Honor Roll Myles E. Williams (David and Courtney Williams) Center for Knowledge 2nd Grade Promotion Reading Counts Award Bryce M. Williams (Brandon and Melissa Williams) Jackson Elementary 2nd Grade Promotion AB Honor Roll Little Mr. Jackson Leader In Me Award Student of the Year Terrific Kid Award Boykin Will Hart (Krystal Hayes) Baron DeKalb Elementary 2nd Grade Promotion AB Honor Roll (whole year) Peyton Jenkins (Dawn Lewis and Malchus Jenkins) Camden Elementary 3rd Grade AB Honor Roll Dance Club 1 Positive Referral Tarren Wilson (Tara Wilson) Camden Elementary School 3rd Grade All A’s (all year) Terrific Kid Award Math Award Art Award Kendel Jenkins (Dawn Lewis and Malchus Jenkins) Camden Elementary School 5th Grade Student Ambassador Art Club 1 Positive Referral Jacquarius Mayrant (Julius and Quintina Rembert) Camden Middle School 7th Grade Promotion AB Honor Roll Torie Walters (Larry and Lisa Johnson) Harbison West 5th Grade Honor Roll Serenity Rembert (Julius and Quintina Rembert) Camden Middle School 7th Grade Promotion Timothy Colliers (Yvonne Davis) (Ella Davis) Camden Middle School 7th Grade Promotion Caden Jenkins (Dawn Lewis Lewis and Malchus Jenkins) Camden Middle School 7th Grade Promotion Javion Mayrant (Julius and Quintina Rembert) Camden High School 10th Grade Promotion Kionte Hayes (Krystal Hayes) Camden High School 12th Grade Promotion Trevor Levine (Glen and Wendy Levine) Irmo High School 12th Grade Promotion Khadija Murphy (Gianina Hayes) Camden High School 12th Grade Promotion Part-time Student Central Carolina Dean’s List Student of the Month - April Columbia College Scholar Part-time Student President’s List Christian J. Cooper (James and Mary Cooper) Coastal Carolina Sophmore R’Mondi Washington (James Washington) Claflin College Sophmore Ashleigh Singleton (Lisa Singleton) Benedict College Senior Deneisha Reid (Monica Reid) Johnson C. Smith University Senior Jada Reid (Monica Reid) Virginia College Freshman Charlton Jaylon Nelson (Richard and Lynda Nelson) Georgia Military College Sophmore Glen Levine Jr. (Glen and Wendy Levine) Coastal Carolina Sophmore Destiny Johnson (Larry and Lisa Johnson) Coastal Carolina Sophmore Quintina Rembert Midlands Technical College Alesia Davis (Yvonne Davis) (Ella Davis) South University Junior Darrell Brevard (Darrell and Phyllis Brevard) (Mabel and Marion Brevard) Clemson University 2017 graduate Parks Recreation and Tourism Management Football Team Pursuing Masters at Francis Marion University in Teaching Learning Disabilities Joseph Brevard (Charisse Flowers) (Mabel and Marion Brevard) South Carolina State Health Services Degree Dr. Noble Scott Award Joseph Sanders Leadership Award Pursuing Masters Degree 2018 GRADUATES Tyler Wayne Hampton (Steve and Rosalind Hampton) Camden High SCHSL Scholar Athlete Award CHS Varsity Football (Offensive, four years) Outstanding Leadership Award Plans: Central Carolina then Coastal Carolina or Claflin College Kiasia Hayes (Krystal Hayes) Camden High Platinum Honor Student Plans: Limestone College Kierston Swainson (Henry and Selena Ruffin) (Patricia Belton) Lugoff-Elgin High School National Technical Honor Society Plans: USC Aiken Tyler Brevard (Marion and Pamela Brevard) (Mabel and Marion Brevard) Grey’s Collegiate Academy Spartanburg Methodist Associate in Arts President’s List Plans: Four-year college Lisa Johnson South University Health Sciences