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C.W. Ellis 2018 STEM Scholar

The 2018 Sunshine State Scholars program was held May 17-18, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. Each of Florida’s school districts selected their top 11th grade students in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM). C.W. Ellis of Trenton High School was selected as Gilchrist School District’s STEM Scholar. C.W., along with his parents, Charles and Jenni Ellis and sister ... Full Story »

Trenton High’s 2018 Graduation

By Cindy Jo Ayers The Trenton High School 2018 senior class graduated on Friday, May 25. The graduation ceremony was moved from Tiger Stadium to the Suwannee River Fair Pavilion due to rainy weather. Graduation went off smoothly even after the location change, and the senior class was very happy to receive their diplomas. Jackson Feather, the class president, welcomed ... Full Story »

2018 Bell Graduation held Thursday evening

Photo by Donny Joiner By Matthew Harrell The rain succeeded in moving it indoors, but it failed to dampen the spirit at Bell High School’s graduation Thursday night, May 24. Salutatorian Alexis Weeks thanked the community for its support and asked her classmates to be successful and not wish their lives away. “Love every day like it’s your last and ... Full Story »

Trenton FFA Sr. selected as one of Florida’s Finest chapters

Florida FFA is pleased to announce the selection of “Florida’s Finest” FFA Chapters. Trenton Sr. Chapter was one of the 37 Florida Chapters who received this award. The selection of these chapters is based upon the completion of the National Chapter Award program application. These chapters have excelled in the areas of growing leaders, building communities and strengthening agriculture and ... Full Story »

Justus Jones to run for State FFA Area II Vice President

By Cindy Jo Ayers Trenton FFA is pleased to announce that one of their own, Justus Jones, was named a Florida FFA Area II State Vice Presidential Candidate. Jones said the State FFA Officers from this area have always impressed him and inspired him to seek state office. Jones said when he entered 6th grade his mother encouraged him to ... Full Story »

Gilchrist Students Excel in Area 2 Soil and Water Conservation Contests

Submitted The winners of Gilchrist Soil & Water Conservation District (GSWCD) speech and poster contest participated in the AFCD Area 2 contest in Live Oak on Thursday, April 12, 2018. Local winners were Braley Hines in Public Speaking, Emily Pedersen in the middle school division and Linden Teague in elementary division of the poster contest. These students received cash prizes ... Full Story »

Bagby and Anthony do well at State Science and Engineering Fair

In late March Austin Bagby and Caitlin Anthony of Bell High School presented their FFA project, Can Humate Reduce Nitrogen Leaching in Sandy Soils at the State Science and Engineering Fair in Lakeland. After multiple interviews, the participants found out at the awards ceremony, that they placed 5th in their division. Bagby and Anthony had gone to the Regional Science ... Full Story »

Running of the Bulldogs raises $3,000

By Matthew Harrell The seventh annual Running of the Bulldogs raised $3,000 to help fight cancer. Forty-three runners ran, jogged and walked a 3.1-mile course that weaved through dirt roads, went down Main Street, and started and finished at the Bell High School track. Ian Townsend was the fastest male runner and Elisabeth Diamond was the fastest female. Townsend was ... Full Story »

Trenton FFA does well at Ornamental Horticulture District Event

In mid March, Trenton FFA members competed in ornamental horticulture demonstrations in Branford at the District Competition. There are five categories including production, artistic arrangement, consumer use, marketing and landscaping. The Trenton Middle FFA did very well at District with several interesting demonstrations. In the Production category, Lois Bachle of Trenton Middle FFA explained how to replant pineapple tops. Lois ... Full Story »