DMS students selected for Duke TIP programBy Staff Reports Published 11:06am Wednesday, December 4, 2013
A group of 38 seventh-graders from Demopolis Middle School have been invited to participate in the Duke University Talent Identification Program’s 2013-14 seventh-grade talent search.
In order to be invited to the program, students must have scored in the 95th percentile or higher on the ARMT+ reading or math test in the sixth grade.
The students in the photo above are, front row left to right: Miles Akins, Ashley Bozeman, Maggie Bradley, Breanna Braxton, Ellen Brown, Charles Casper, Makenzie Dill, Makaela Etheridge and Stevie Fields; row two left to right: Shelby Gandy, Mills Griffith, Parker Hallmark, Hudson Holley, Dalton Holtzclaw, Haleigh Honeycutt, Abbey Hulsey, Luke Lindsay and Alyssa Martinez; row three left to right: Cole Mayton, Chance McVay, Sarah McVay, Lyndsey Murphey, Allison Moore, Davis Petrey, Tyler Pipkins and Destiny Prisock; row four left to right: Dalton Sewell, Aidan Skelton, Rodney Skidmore, Howard Smith, Jordyn Smith, Tate Sparkman, Michael Spencer, Madeline Stewart, Hunter Thrash and Sarah Veres.
Not pictured are William Boggs, Christopher Clink, Alana Halkias, James Lee and Henry Overmyer.