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Timpson ISD Students Working to Get Better: 
Timpson ISD Students Earning College Hours This Summer - Timpson High School students are working to better themselves this summer.  Timpson Collegiate Center has had 74 students enrolled in classes during the Maymester, Summer I session, and Summer II session.  Timpson ISD is encouraging students to continually better themselves and understand the value of working hard to become strong working members of our communities.  Mr. Richardson the Dual Credit Program Coordinator credits the high passing rates and the high enrollment rates to the motivation of the kids.  Mr. Richardson explains that the mentoring and monitoring foundation given to these students has supported the 93% passing rate over the 2017-2018 school year in these college classes.  Timpson ISD is excited to graduate 95% of its Seniors with either an Associate’s Degree or a technical certification.  We encourage you to visit our district.  It’s Never Been a Better Time to Be a BEAR!!
Timpson ISD/STEM Academy Attends SFA iMAS Camp - Incoming Timpson Junior High Students recently attended SFA’s iMAS Camp. Investigations in Math and Science (iMAS) Camp is one of many programs that the SFA’s Stem and Research Center offers to local students that provides a variety of “hands-on and minds-on” learning experiences. Five students from Timpson ISD took advantage of the iMAS Camp and enjoyed an engaging week of activities. Upon arrival at SFA students were divided into teams and given instructions for the day. The students quickly were led to their separate locations throughout SFA’s campus including the new nursing facility off-campus. Students participated in a new activity each day. One day the students participated in a “who done it” forensics activity in which they used clues from a simulated crime scene to find the culprit. A second activity included a study of genetics and DNA, the students created a necklace filled with their DNA after an in-depth research of how to obtain and view their DNA. A third activity included coding with the LEGO EV3 robotic vehicle. Students had to incorporate their math skills with their computer skills in order to make the vehicle perform a variety of maneuvers. The next activity allowed the students to perform a lab experiment with colors created from natural plants. The students received a series of berries, carrots, and other materials and used the items to create all-natural dyes. At the end of the lab the students were to create a new SFA emblem using the dyes they created. The last activity was completed at the new SFA Nursing facility.  Campers were allowed to work with robotic patients. All Timpson students learned how to take a pulse, count respirations, get a general medical background for a patient, and even learned how to start an IV.  Stephanie Stone, Timpson ISD’s 5th grade math teacher, stated that the students and faculty at SFA did an amazing job with the students. They explained step-by-step what to do at each station and ensured that all students were safe and stayed on task. Mrs. Stone was very happy to see the students enjoy learning on their summer break. “We can’t wait to participate again!” stated Gracie Pledger.  Throughout the week Mr. Bubba Carrington and Mrs. Stephanie Stone took the students to SFA’s campus and spent quality time with their students. Mr. Carrington stated, “This is what we do. We are here for the students. We want the students to have a passion for learning and create a rapport with their educators that lasts a lifetime.”  Timpson STEM Academy would like to thank Dr. Redfield and her staff at SFA for this opportunity.
All District Selections for Baseball 
2018 District 23AA Baseball
MVP – Drew Shifflet, Sr. Woden
Offensive MVP – Lance Albritton, Sr. Woden
Defensive MVP – Jase Jones, Sr. Mt. Enterprise
Pitcher of the Year – Landon Odom, Sr. Gary
Newcomer of the Year – Jalen Amidon, So. Woden
Coach of the Year – Brad Stevens, Woden
1st team
Kolby Parker, So. Shelbyville
Cason Daniels, Sr. Gary
Tray Wilkerson, Sr. Joaquin
Colby Whatley, Sr. Mt. Enterprise
Hayden Jenkins, So. Tenaha
Kenneth Andrews, Sr. Gary
Kase Yates, Sr. Joaquin
Cole Ferguson, Jr. Shelbyville
Sam Jacobs, So. Shelbyville
Travis Mason, Sr. Gary
Brock Hughes, Sr. Joaquin
Ethan Jacobs, Sr. Woden
Reid Taylor, So. Woden
Caleb Graves, Jr, Woden
Khristan Gorree, Jr. Woden
Holden Ritter, Jr. Gary
Kobe Grogan, So. Timpson
Blake Johnson, Sr. Timpson
Luke Alvis, Jr. Woden
2nd Team
Colton Snider, Fr. Martinsville
Jayden Johnson, Sr. Timpson
Zack Clark, So. Shelbyville
Landon Woodfin, Fr. Gary
Keith Johnson, Sr. Joaquin
Brandon Addison, Sr. Timpson
T Giles, Sr. Tenaha
Collin Coleman, Sr. Gary
Logan Harper, So. Joaquin
Christian Schilder, Sr. Shelbyville
Daylon Dunn, Sr. Shelbyville
Colin Linebarger, So. Gary
Eli Huerta, Jr, Joaquin
Garrett Askins, Fr. Timpson
Dakota Beckham, Fr. Gary
Ryan Bailey, Sr. Shelbyville
Kaleb Campbell, Fr. Shelbyville
Connor Bragg, So. Joaquin
Trace Clark, Jr. Shelbyville
Juarmez Brock, Jr. Tenaha
Johnathon Wright, Jr. Mt. Enterprise
Hunter Gates, Jr. Joaquin
Honorable Mention
Trenton Ramsey, Jr. Joaquin
Britian Langford, Sr. Gary
Brayden Scarborough, Sr. Shelbyville
Lance Faulkner, Jr. Mt. Enterprise
Jacob Denby, So. Mt. Enterprise
C.J. Horn, Sr. Tenaha
Cody Foshee, Sr. Tenaha
Erik Smith, So. Tenaha
Aurelio Arroyo, Sr. Martinsville
Morgan Bass, Fr. Martinsville
Miguel Flores, Jr. Timpson

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