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Five make president’s list at Southeastern Tech

According to a press release from Southeastern Technical College on Monday, five locals have made the president’s list for Fall 2021 semester.

Hannah Goodman, Daniel Sapp, Davia Williams, Jack Williams, and Johnny Wood represent Emanuel County on the prestigious list. To qualify for inclusion, students must earn a 3.75 or higher grade point average while taking 12 or more credit hours.

Others on the list include: Appling County’s Corissa Bass, Annalee Fortanel, and Destiny Shumans; Candler County’s Arnoldo Vilches; Jeff Davis County’s Jennifer Sabillon; Montgomery County’s Katrina Walker; Tattnall County’s Ramiro Arroyo, Mauricio Maldonado-Santillan, Katilyn Norman, and Landon Taylor; Telfair County’s Coby Carelock; Toombs County’s Jessica Cain, Jania Cephus, Cassidy Collins, Christopher Dykes, Tristen Guerra, Katelyn Hutches, David James, Aspen Johnson, Elizabeth Loosberg, James McBride, Madison Sikes, Ronald Sikes, Jaden Taylor, Crista Williams, and Andrew Wolfe; Treutlen County’s Jason Cauley, Danita Fee, and Madison Noble; and finally, Wheeler County’s Latson Ennis.

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