GCHS recognizes seniors at Five Star Banquet


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Glades Central High School had 151 seniors recognized at a Five Star Banquet event.

On Friday, Feb. 16, 151 Glades Central High School (GCHS) seniors were invited to participate in the third Principal’s “A” Team Ceremony. Seniors who met the challenge were recognized at a Five Star Banquet event. To be eligible to receive an invitation to this prestigious ceremony, seniors had to:

• Successfully meet the FSA ELA requirement (ACT or SAT);
• Successfully meet the Algebra I requirement (or PERT);
• Maintain a GPA of at least a 2.0 or higher;
• Earn at least 20 or more community service hours
• Complete an online course;
• Complete 22.5 of the 24 state required credits (earned .5 English IV or other required English, .5 Math, .5 American Government or Economics credit from the first semester);
• Submit a college application.

Seniors were able to invite two guests to celebrate this achievement with them.

Special to The Sun/Courtesy photo
Carlens Clervoyant and De’Juan Miller won the Mary O. Evans Spirit of Excellence Award. Left to right: Principal Angela Moore, Carlens Clervoyant, De’Juan Miller and Ms. Mary O. Evans.

Special thanks to the following:
• Glades Region Superintendents (Carlene Millen & Howard Hepburn);
• Mrs. Marcia Andrews (District 6 School Board Member);
• Glades area principals;
• Glades Central HS School Advisory Committee;
• Pankie Benyard Catering (Essie B. McPhee);
• Forever Yours Amore (Diane C. Thomas;)
• Lake Shore Middle School Band (Mr. Michael Cofield, Director of Bands);
• Ms. Mary O. Evans (Spirit of Excellence Award named in her honor);
• King J. Photos – videography;
• Mrs. Carolyn Vickers – photography;
• Mr. Samuel Curry – DJ;
• Glades Central High School faculty & staff.

Congratulations to Carlens Clervoyant and De’Juan Miller for winning the Mary O. Evans Spirit of Excellence Award.

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