April 19, 2015

Education ShoutOuts

Published 1:43 am Thursday, October 16, 2014

Enochville Wise Owls

Enochville Elementary School selected its Wise Owls for September. The following students have consistently exhibited good citizenship, good manners and exceptional behavior.

Kindergarten – Kyle Walters, Kaleb Underwood, Lily Houston, Alexis West, Samantha Santos, Kole Kinley

First grade – Maddison Lowder, Logan Roberts, Alyssa Moore, Trevor Arnette, Matthew Overcash, Julia Burleson

Second grade – Gabriel Eudy, Makayla Gilbert, Allan Gutierrez, Laney Beaver, Alex Sexton, Emma Barbee

Third grade – Taylor Parks, Ryan Ewing, Alex Furr, Lucianna DePaulo, Jaiden Richardson, Madison Beaver

Fourth grade – Corey Alvarnas, Chloe Threadgill, Rocina Hernandez, Guage Phillips,  Brooks Bumgarner, Karen Betancourt

Fifth grade – Mallory Larrimore, Brock Parker, Gavin Osborne, Makayla Taylor, Kayleigh Lusk, Gavin Jackson

Faith Elementary honors

The following Faith Elementary School students were honored as good citizens for the months of August and September.

Karis Miller, Emma Savage, Kara Crotts, Luis Garcia, Erin Augustson, Hannah Losey, McKenzie Drye, Annelise Carr, Gracianna Barber, Ayden Reinholz, Railey Joyner, Sabrina Holloway, Cayden Mucerino, Chloe Hinkle, Bella Thomas, Chase Beason, Lillie Yousey, Karli Peeler, Haley Smith, Lilli Heard

The following Faith Elementary School students were honored as good deed doers for the months of August and September.

Kevin Coffey, Camron Cook, Peyton Roman, Pamela Bruce, Abby Odom, Christopher Booth, Alexis Thomason, Bryson Honeycutt, Jack Pyke, Christian Clowney, Luis Gonzalez, Mallory Holleman, Shelby McDaniel, Ethan Ghent, TJ Woods, Abbey Dennis, Ella Doby, Ian Shue, Isaac Martell, Zachary Young

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