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Published by Chipola College, 2022-06-16 09:33:00

Chipola Monthly June 2022

Chipola Monthly June 2022

Johnson Inducted Into NJCAA Hall of Fame
Chipola head baseball coach, Jeff Johnson, was inducted into the NJCAA
Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on May 27 during the JUCO World Series
Banquet, held in Grand Junction, Colorado.

Coach Johnson recently completed his 26th season at the helm of the Indians.
Johnson’s squad won the Panhandle Conference championship for the fourteenth
time in his tenure and won 41 games. Following the 2022 season, Johnson is 41 wins
shy of 1000 victories at Chipola.

Along with the 14 conference championships, Johnson’s teams have won six
FCSAA/NJCAA Region VIII Championships, including three consecutive titles in

In 2007, the Indians won their first National Championship with a 7-3 win over
New Mexico Junior College. It was the first time a Florida team had won the National
Championship since 1988.

With a 15-6 victory over San Jacinto College-North in the final game of the 2017
NJCAA World Series, the Indians won their second National Championship. Chipola
set a new single tournament record for total runs with 85 and belted 21 home runs.

The Indians won the National Championship again the next season with a 10-7
victory over Walters State Community College. Chipola lost their opening game of
the series and avoided elimination in six consecutive games to win the title, becoming
just the fourth program in tournament history to achieve the feat. The Indians became
the first team to win back-to-back championships since Grayson in 1999-2000.

Johnson is sixth in all-time wins at the NJCAA World Series with 19. He has
been named NJCAA Coach of the Year three times and FCSAA/NJCAA Region VIII
Coach of the Year six times.

Pool Now


The Chipola College Pool is now open to the public. Chipola
students and season pass-holders may swim from 11 a.m. to 5
p.m., Monday through Friday. Non pass-holders may swim from
1 to 4 p.m. daily, for an admission of $4 for ages 12 and under,
and $5 for ages 13 and up. All non-swimmers will be required to
have a parent or legal guardian with them in the pool. Family and
individual season passes are available for sale at the pool office.
Season passes are $75 for individuals. Family passes are $100 for
3 people, $125 for 4 people and $10 for each additional child. For
information, call Rance Massengill at (850) 718-2440.

Current and prospective Chipola College
students should complete the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid Application (FAFSA) as soon
as possible.

Thursday, July 21, is the deadline to complete
the 2022-2023 FAFSA for students planning to use
Federal Financial Aid to pay for Fall classes.

Students must complete the FAFSA in order to
qualify for Pell, Work Study and other Federal
Financial Aid. The FAFSA takes several days to
process; therefore, students are encouraged to
submit all electronic forms as soon as possible.

For information, call 850-718-2366 or visit www.

Lay and Young Win Kirkland Award

Professors Terolyn Lay and Stan Young were chosen by their peers
to receive the Kirkland Award for Excellence in Teaching at the 2022
Chipola College Commencement Ceremony.
Professor Terolyn Lay teaches the Integrated Principles of Biology
I and Microbiology lecture and lab at Chipola College. She has also
taught Anatomy and Physiology II for many years during her career
at Chipola. For the past five years, Lay has been teaching Chipola’s
online Career and Life Planning class.
Lay is a member of the Association of Florida College (AFC)
and serves on Chipola’s AFC Executive Board. She is a member of
Delta Kappa Gamma, an international society for women educators, Pictured from left are: Dr. Terolyn Lay,
and is a certified Quality Matters (QM) Master Reviewer for Higher Chipola College President Dr. Sarah
Education, K-12, and K-12 Publishers.
Clemmons and Stan Young.

Lay earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Southwest Louisiana, a Master of Science degree from
Texas Woman’s University, and a Doctor of Education from the University of Florida.
Professor Stan Young has taught a variety of math courses at Chipola since 2004 including, Calculus and Analytic
Geometry I, Calculus and Analytic Geometry II and Introduction to Statistics.
Since 2005, Young has served as head coach of the highly successful Chipola Brain Bowl team. The team recently won
team the 2022 FCSAA State Championship. Young is also a member of the FCSAA Hall of Fame.
Young earned an Associate of Arts degree from Chipola College, a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University
and Master of Business Administration degree from Troy State University.
The Kirkland Award was established by brothers, J.R. Kirkland and David Kirkland, in honor of their parents, the late Willis
and Carolyn Kirkland of Marianna. The award provides a $1,000 bonus to the annual recipient. Previous winners include: Dr.
Irma Cruz-White, Dr. Amanda Clark, Dr. Rachel West, Kurt McInnis, Amie Myers, Glenda Bethel, Casey Dowgul, Joy Ree
(Georgia) Ashmore, Vikki Milton, Dr. Gina McAllister, Robert Ivey, Dr. David Hilton, John Gardner, Richard Hinson, JoAnn
Everett, Dr. Rose Cavin, Dr. Lou Cleveland, Nancy Burns, Geraldine DeFelix, Mary McClendon, Dr. Stephen Shimmel, Lee
Shook, Kathryn Roberts, Brenda Alford, Paul Huang, Peggy Register, Charlene Lord, Lonnie Keene, Dr. Cherry Ward, Jean
Taylor, Dr. Robert Dunkle, and faculty-emeriti: Donald Holley, Dr. Bill Brievogel and Don Adams.
For more information, visit

Smith is Employee of The Month
Jeremy Smith is
Chipola’s Career
Employee for June.
Smith serves as a Mail Chipola College Theater
Clerk in the Physical Director Raines Carr and the
Plant Administration cast of Chipola Shakespeare’s
and has worked at the “The Taming of the Shrew”
college since 2000. which will be presented on June
Pictured from left, is: 16-18 in local communities. The
Chipola President, traveling troupe will perform on
Dr. Sarah Clemmons June 16 at 7 p.m. at the Madison
and Jeremy Smith. Street Park in Marianna; on
June 17 at 7 p.m. at the Farmer’s
Summer Registration Market in Chipley; and June
18 at 2 p.m. at the Carr School
There is still time to enroll in Summer II classes at Pavilion in Clarksville.
Chipola. Registration for Summer II-C is open for
new and current students. The semester runs six In Shakespeare’s comedy, a
weeks, June 27 through Aug. 8. Chipola will offer wandering braggart Petruchio
many traditional face-to-face and online classes wants a wealthy wife, and
during the Summer terms. The schedule of classes nothing else matters—she can
is available at Students may register be ugly as sin and a holy terror.
in person with a college adviser, or online if they He meets Kate, the shrewish daughter of a rich man. She’s
meet certain requirements. For information, visit beautiful. But she’s a holy terror. And Petruchio must “tame” or call 850-526-2761. even as he falls for her!

A general admission price of $5 will be collected at the
site. Admission is free for Chipola staff and students. Patrons
are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket.

Chipola EMT Grads

Chipola Student Tour Nine students recently completed the Chipola College Emergency Medical
Technician program. Graduates are, from left: Dillon Edwards, Cody Strauss,
Chipola recently hosted a campus Jackson Strauss, Megan Heinemann, Andrew Wheatley, Blake Wolf, Quentin
tour for area middle schoolers. Baine, Jonah Lawhon and EMS Program Director Tina Maloy. Not pictured:
Students toured the Chipola Student Brandon Moore. For information, visit
Services building, library, cafeteria
and classrooms while learning about B.E.S.T. Standards for Mathematics Professional
educational opportunities. Here, a
Chipola student ambassador shows Chipola College Education student, Destiny
a group of 7th graders the Chipola Metzler, was chosen to represent Chipola at the
College Library. Chipola offers B.E.S.T. Standards for Mathematics Professional
Bachelor’s Degrees, Associate in Learning event in Tallahassee. 750 participates
Arts Degrees, Associate in Science from all across North Florida attended including
Degrees, Workforce Development teachers, mathematics coaches, and administrators.
programs and certifications. For Metzler worked with the Florida Department
information, visit of Education to prepare for the event and gained
or call 850-526-2761. valuable insight into the new B.E.S.T standards that
will be implemented in the upcoming school year.

Chipola Students Named to FSCAA All-Academic Team

Three Chipola College students were named to the Five Chipola College students were named to the 2021-
2021-2022 Florida State College Activities Association 2022 Florida State College Activities Association (FSCAA)
(FSCAA) All-Academic Team in Music. Pictured from left All-Academic Team in Theatre. Pictured from left are:
are: Lauren Chesnut from Bonifay, Alden Campbell from Luci Sloan from Sneads, Alison Tindall from Blountstown,
Sneads, and Clara Walters-Medina from Blountstown. Bryce Etheridge from Bonifay, Tayla Roberts from Bristol
and Angel Gabriel Tirado from Ozark, AL.
In order to qualify for the All-Academic Team a student
must meet three criteria. The student must meet the In order to qualify for the All-Academic Team a student
requirements for participation and be an active participant must meet three criteria. The student must meet the
in the Chipola Music program. The student must have a requirements for participation and be an active participant
cumulative GPA of at least 3.30 or higher for the current in the Chipola Theatre program. The student must have a
academic year and must have taken a minimum of eighteen cumulative GPA of at least 3.30 or higher for the current
(18) semester hours during the current academic year. academic year and must have taken a minimum of eighteen
(18) semester hours during the current academic year.
“These students have shown that they can excel
academically in addition to their rigorous performance “We are always proud of our talented students on the
schedule. These students have performed in the Chipola Chipola stage. But these students have shown that they can
Show Choir, College Chorus, President’s Ensemble, excel academically in addition to their rigorous production
Rock and Jazz Band, and Chipola Theatre productions. schedule”, stated Director of Fine and Performing Arts
Congratulations to the talented and dedicated students”, Evelyn Ward.
stated Director of Fine and Performing Arts Evelyn Ward.

Chipola College is an Equal Access/Equal Opportunity Institution

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