Fourth-graders: Allison Cannon, Elsie Bautista, Maiya Galloway, Kiwane Olaniran, Malcolm Mallard, Ashley Logan, Guillermo Terrazas-Dominguez, Lamont Pearson Jr., Alana Gibson, Chante Parks, Gregory Anglade, Te’Neecia Ballard, Jada Casey, DaVaughn Moody, Marquis Robinson, Samuel Owolabi, Dimitri Laing, Shadaya McCall, Malcolm McCoy, Willie Tuck Jr., and Reynold Wilhelm received citizenship awards. Fourth-graders Sean Moore, Julian Richardson, Jarie Ashford, Korey Brown, Malik Johnson, Ryan Wilson, Fredrick Wooden, Taje Hodge, Kathren Linder, Phillip Tyler Jr., Marsalis Hurley, Darius Lawso, Janai Jennings and Monique Robinson received awards for perfect attendance.
CAC honors police commander
The District V Civilian Advisory Council recognized Major David Morris’ 20 years of service with the Prince George’s County Police Department during their monthly meeting on Nov. 15 when they presented him with a cake and card thanking him for his work with the community.
‘‘I think it would be almost unanimous, if not unanimous, that [we think] he’s doing a great job,” North Clinton Civic Association President Clint Burnham said, noting that Morris works long hours to keep up his watch over the community. ‘‘We just felt it was important for people to say that you’re doing a great job and don’t get discouraged,” he said.
Local seamancompletes training
Reginald G. Joel, of Upper Marlboro, recently completed basic training for the U.S. Navy in Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week program, Joel completed a variety of training exercises, which included classroom instruction, first aid training, fire fighting, water safety and survival and shipboard and aircraft safety. The training also placed an emphasis on physical training.
Boot camp culminated with a battle stations exercise that gives recruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the military.
Joel is a 2002 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro
Local airman receivesnew assignment
Air Force senior airman Kevin A. Lake recently arrived for duty at Mainz-Kastel, in Weisbaden, Germany.
Lake, an electronic computer and switching systems journeyman, is assigned to the 485th Intelligence Squadron. Lake has served in the military for four years.
Lake is a 2001 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School, in Upper Marlboro.
School names top students
Monica E. Goldson, principal at Frederick Douglass High School, recently released a list of the school’s top students. Lauren R. Schulte, Sandy C. Apugo, Shanna Y. Balhis, Jennifer M. Swann, Megan N. Young, Alicia E. Bello, Katrin Mueller, Jasmyne A. Rolls, Charles E. Cooke III, Aprille D. Davis, Mykia S. Murphy, Amanda L. Starks and Marcy L. Wright all earned a grade point average of 4.0 or better. The school also recognized Nina S. McCoy, Ronnie C. Barbour Jr., Michon K. Edmondson, Krishaw D. Graham, Whitney S. Perry, Anne-Sophi Shen, Steven C. Trabbic Jr., Steven Aquino Andres, Shakeyla M. Nelson, Morgan A. Davis, Ashley N. Terrell, Keyona L. Tolson, Athea M. Bell-Burton, Andrea V. Brame, Christina M. Carter, Kristen J. Fisher, Ashley A. Harper, James T. Harris II, Andrew E. Nurmi, Tionna S. Rheubottom, Angel L. Smith, Antuanita A. Thompson, Jennifer E. McNamara, Davaughn J. Stewart, Lauren B. Conway, Nicole D. Collins, Jaqueline N. Henry, Jazmine N. Ferguson, Andrei S. Valerio, Brittany L. Dukes, Daria N. Harvey, Andre J. Herring, Andrea M. Oates, Jonathan M. Siberon, Chimene K. Diomi, Shannon E. Freeman, Darlena L. Perry, Jaurice D. Smiley, Patricia A. Anderson and Marcus A. Barnett, for earning a grade point average of 3.0 or better.
Navy Seaman Nicole V. Joel, of Upper Marlboro, recently completed a variety of training courses, which included classroom instruction on naval customs and first aid.