• Williston Ag Program soars to the top again

    LEXINGTON, KY – The agriculture program at Williston High School in Williston, Fla., has been selected as the 2009 Florida Outstanding Middle/Secondary School Agricultural Education Program. Robert Philpot and Chris Wilder serve as instructors for the program.

  • CFCC has continuing education courses

    The Central Florida Community College Levy Center in Chiefland has received the new July-December 2009 Continuing Education schedules. Please stop by the center at 114 Rodgers Blvd. to pick up your free copy. Schedules are also available at the libraries in Levy County.

    The following classes begin in July:

  • Perkins Financial names scholarship winners

    Perkins Financial Group announces the 2009 recipients of the Perkins Financial Group Scholarship and the winner of the prestigious President’s Scholarship for $6,000.

  • School’s Out for Perry

    After 36 years in the classroom, Yvonne Perry, right, is calling it quits and last week family, friends, co-workers and former students honored her with a retirement reception at Williston Middle School. Strings ‘n Things violinists Fritz Junker and Wyeth Read were accompanied by Lisa Posteraro and played harmonious music as Perry greeted guests.

  • Bronson High School Scholarship List

    Samantha Cabrera

    SFC Henry H. Beck, $900 (renewable)

    William and Norma Schossler, $500

    Bright Futures Medallion

    Elvera Dourdis

    Capital City Group Foundation, $1,000

    Dakota Dowling

    CFCC Academic Distinction, $700 per term, $2800 total

    Town of Bronson, $1,000

    Levy County Food Service, $100

    Levy County Schools Foundation, $500

    Barfield Group, $500

    Milton E. Sims Memorial, $500

    Bright Futures Medallion

    Travis Fletcher

    Imagine America

    Jessica Hafers

  • Honor Roll--Joyce Bullock

    Joyce Bullock Elementary

    A Honor Roll – First Grade

    Chorvat: J. D. Dillard, Blaze Robertson

    Coleman: Angelina Cochrane, Jacey Knott, Rhett Munden

    Cooper: Juliette Beville, Samuel White, Shannon Rockett, Leandrea Evans

    Griffith: Karina Lowyns, Everett Warren, Alyssa Whitehurst

    Hogle: Joshua Forsythe, John Joyner, Mikenzi Langlois, Estrella Rosa-Harrison,

    Kailey Wasson

    Milton: Riley Battle, Grady Bullock, Nathan Gloria, Katlynn Karwan, Michaela Warren

  • Honor Roll--Williston Elementary

    Williston Elementary School

    Third Grade Principal

    Keilani Carlisle, Ryan Ghamandi, Felicity Johns, Diego Lavieri, Greyson Moore, Gabriel Pena, Camilla Riveros, Delaney Anderson, Lexi Zapata, Haylee Baker, Travis Coleman, Ryker Gauthier

    Cori Strickland, Emily Ous, Alyssa Landon, Kayla Wright, Mariah Rives, Kaitlyn Taylor, Morgan Stacey, Maggie Knott, Courtney McGillicuddy, Samantha Veldink, Tori Hill

    Third Grade A/B Honor Roll

  • 2009-2010 FFA Officers

    On June 2, the Williston Sr. FFA Chapter met to elect its new officers for the upcoming school year. After the student-run election, the results were as follows: President—Pete Dola, Vice-President— Rachel Brannan, Secretary— Kaitlyn Wilson, Treasurer— Arielle Shirley, Reporter— Ashton Bloom, Sentinel— Michael Holder, Chaplain— Ashley Bowling, Parliamentarian— Victoria Sandlin, Historian— LilyAnn Greestein. Back, from left, Pete Dola, Michael Holder, Kaitlyn Wilson, Rachel Brannan, Ashley Bowling.

  • CFEC hands out scholarships

    Central Florida Electric Cooperative recently announced the winners of the Educational Charity Scholarship Program. Ten scholarships were awarded in all, and these students receive $1,000 toward furthering their education in an accredited university, community college or trade school.

    The scholarship winner from Williston High School was Dylan ODell, and from Dunnellon High School, the winner was Nichole Zarkowski.

  • Iee^Need a Vacation debuts May 28

    The Second Grade Classes of Joyce Bullock Elementary will present “I Need A Vacation!” Thursday, May 28 at 7 p.m. in the Williston High School Auditorium. This program celebrates the coming of summer vacation, with each of the nine second grade classes presenting a different vacation destination.

    Everyone is invited to come and enjoy these young performers as they celebrate the end of their Joyce Bullock Elementary careers with this entertaining program.

    They will also perform for the JBE student body Thursday morning.