acheter viagra nos partenaires

Doyle, Boddiford lead Class of 2009

The honor to represent your high school as the valedictorian and salutatorian always is a prestigious honor. Years of dedication go into becoming the top two academic scholars of an academic class.
The Screven County High School Class of 2009 valedictorian is Jase Mitchell Doyle, the son of Rodney and Karol Doyle, and the brother of Kayla Doyle. Eric Pfeiffer Boddiford, the son of David and Debo Boddiford, and the brother of Andrew Boddiford.
Note that the valedictorian and salutatorian for 2009 are both males. In Screven County, that is quite historic. The last time the top two positions in a graduating class did not have at least one female in the mix was 1998.
Eleven years ago David Alan Reed was the valedictorian, while William Harrison Kimbrough was the salutatorian.
Boddiford likes history, but it his future is important too. He and Doyle both will attend the University of Georgia in the fall.
“You need to go down your own path,” Boddiford advised SCHS students. “Do your own thing. Get involved in clubs and sports.”
Boddiford currently is the President of the National Honor Society, co-vice president of the German Club, and a Y-Club officer. He also is a four-year member of the Gamecock tennis team.
Doyle has attended State German Convention for four years, helping SCHS win four consecutive first place awards in the German Skit Competition, and also winning several individual awards in various German competitions.
“There is so much more,” Doyle said of school. “You don’t have to study all the time. It doesn’t have to be stressful.”
Doyle currently holds the office of vice-president for National Honor Society. He also is the reporter for the German Club, of which he has been a member of for four years.
Like Boddiford, Doyle has been very involved in the German Club.
He has been involved with State German Convention for three years. He also is a four-year member of FFA
Doyle was voted “Most Likely to Be a Doctor.” He plans to major in chemistry and become a pharmacist.