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Sophie Rosetti, left, and Sadie Abernathy show off their class books.

First- and second-graders at Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy recently published their own books. The students, part of Ms. Westbrook’s IMPACT class, wrote about the jobs they would like to do when they grow up. Copies of the books, published by Nationwide Learning, are displayed in the school’s media center.

Madison Saxon, a fifth-grader at Lula Elementary School, was the state winner in the annual Agriculture Day essay contest. Carli Echols, also a fifth-grader at Lula Elementray, won an honorable mention. Both students are in Vickie Savage’s class and entered the contest as part of a class assignment.

White County High School seniors Ashley Allen, Allyson Burkett and Carolyn Cook won the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Region Three culinary competition for their black bean and corn salsa with sliced tomato and lime zest and their fruit drizzled with banana cream. They received 90 points out of 100 and will compete in the State FCCLA competition April 17-19.

Emily Ryan of Gainesville was named to the president’s list at Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville. The following students were named to the dean’s list at GCSU: Caroline Bagwell of Cornelia; Blaire Bachman, Emily Wiley, Erin Ebrite, Louise Elliott, Michael George, Kristyn Iodice, Mary Schaap and Matthew Ulm, all of Gainesville; Joshua Farrell of Lula; and Adam Gillhouse of Murrayville.

Ashaka Patel of Gainesville was named to the honor list at Oxford College, a division of Emory University in Oxford. She is the daughter of Vibhakar and Kripa Patel.Lauren Lewis of Gainesville was named to the merit list at Oxford. She is the daughter of Daive and Charles Lewis.

Tiara S.Banks of Gainesville has been named to the president’s list at Kennesaw State University. She is the daughter of Howard and Cynetia Banks.

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