DSHS SCHOOL COUNTS! PARTICIPANTS EARN WORK ETHIC CERTIFICATES
Madisonville Community College hosted the annual School Counts! reward breakfast on
October 18th for the Dawson Spring High School program participants. Attendees successfully
completed the School Counts! criteria during the 2012-2013 school year and received
work ethic certificates.
To earn the work ethic certificate, a student must meet the following program criteria
Obtain a minimum 2.50 GPA yearly
Achieve a minimum 95% attendance and punctuality record (includes all excused/unexcused
absences and tardies with the exception of school-related activities)
Complete high school in four consecutive years
Take more than the minimum number of credits required for graduation
Students earning 4 work ethics certificates are eligible for a tuition scholarship
for up to 12 credit hours each semester for 4 semesters upon enrollment at Madisonville
Community College. Funds are applied after KEES, financial aid, and other scholarships
have been awarded.
School Counts! participants are:
Class of 2014 - Bradleigh Bruch, Sarah Coy. Katherine Crider, Logan Davenport, Dalton
Dulin, Christina Hamby, Zachary Hopper, Sarah Huddleston, Edward Menser, III, Bradley
Puckett, and Laurel Winters.
Class of 2015 - Steven Bearden, Ryne Bruch, Hannah Childers, Tiffany Fox, Brandon
Hayes, Alex Mathis, Callie Menser, CJ Merideth, Caitlynn Moore, Christina Norris,
Seth Parker, Austin Pool, Alyssa Pugh, Leah Smiley, and Patricia Tabor.
Class of 2016 - Jordan Adams, Savannah Bean, Kayla Bigham, Carly Bruce, Brandon Carroll,
Hubert Carter, Joshua Castle, Sydney Cowan, Brittney Davis, Hannah Densmore, Kamiren
Doster, Jeremy Drake, Celebrity Duncan, Jessica Earl, Dakota Ford, Alyssa Gilland,
Allison Gordon, Shelby Ladd, Aaron McCune, Kaitlyn Menser, Sydney Menser, Jacob Messamore,
Andrea Mills, Mary Mills, Bailey Palmer, Brittany Parish, Cole Parker, Shawna Poynor,
Madison Riggs, Cameron Riley, Shatiki Robinson, Tatum Rose, Presley Stevens, David
Thorp, Jacob Wells, Jonathan Williams, Hannah Winters, and Benjamin Workman.