Education shoutouts

  • Posted: Thursday, March 13, 2014 12:41 a.m.

Shive honors

Shive Elementary School announces their King and Queen Bee winners for February. These students showed a random act of kindness.

Alyssa Jones, Addison Moore, Abby Hardin, Michael Lopez, Skyler Christner, Lizzy Norris, Aleah Gaultney, Landon Buckey, Joseph Torrence, Emery Basinger, Maddie Maultsby, Kylar Pinion, Christ Sanchez, Jakob Laroche, Brack Barnes, Michael Lopez, Terry Honeycutt, Zayne Vanderburg, Lillie Laroche, Nicholas Hill, Alyssa Smith, Jessie Torrence, Lacey Stowe, Brianna Degraw, Peyton McSweeney, Bryan Barlow and Hunter Hill.

These are the students who were recognized by their teachers for showing the character trait determination.

Hailee Reynolds, Austin Shoup, Carson Smith, Cora Voyles, Christopher Sneed, Summer Lowe, Zachary Green, Addison Moore, Karson Sloop, Urijah Mundy, Kelsey Fulwider, Zeke Brown, Abbygail Long, Mason Lambert, Leanna Rojas, Mallory Bentley, Elias Dalton, Brianne Hardy, Madison Jones, Maggie Cooper, Tyler Privette Stewart Callahan-Fletcher, Sabrina Reid, Kayla Trexler, Gabriel Watkins, Claudiah Sifford, Joey Hinson, Garrett Christy, Jessie Torrence, Jordan Avalos, Jasmin Kennerly, Summer Null, Ben Sweet, Landon Earnhardt, Ryleigh Bostian, Tyler Lambert, Sabrina Yates, Dillon Galloway, Donnovan Christlieb, Elijah Johsnon, Memphis Bost, Zayne Vanderburg and Paityn Butler.

Bostian Good Citizens

The staff of Bostian Elementary School would like to recognize the following students for standing out as exemplary citizens for February. These students have all gone above and beyond what is expected of them at school.

Kindergarten – Jase Overcash, Addison Fowler, Bailee Castillo, Brady Wagoner, Griffin Bruns, Ken’z Poole.

First grade – Hannah Menius, Gracin Craig, Katelyn Rhodes, Camren Yates, Warren Hawthorn, Sadie Brigman.

Second grade – Ben Tyndall, Haylee Feehan, Austin Fritz, Madisyn White, Mckenna Morgan, Carter Stallings.

Third grade – Ezra Biggs, Meg Bivens, Selene Baltazar, Elijah Brown.

Fourth grade – Kody Smith, Bethany Rymer, Rozalyn Walton, Coby Sandusky.

Fifth grade – Cassidy Barringer, Kyle Juchno, Damon Hedrick, Emma Morgan.

Sacred Heart Good Citizens

Sacred Heart announces their February Good Citizens.

Preschool – Maddy Shores and Maya Villalobos.

Kindergarten – Kennedy Goodman and Evan Miller.

First grade – Mitchell Allen and Delaney Fisher.

Second grade – Gray Goodman and Paul Harrison.

Third grade – Lillian Rattz.

Fourth grade – Riley Dillon.

Fifth grade – Kayla Young.

Sixth grade – Anna Hester.

Seventh grade – Josh Faulkner and Sydney Edwards.

Eighth grade – Henry Holman and Grace Kellicut.

Faith honors

Faith Elementary School announces its Good Citizens and Good Deed Doers for February.

Good Citizens – Christopher Booth, Lylla Deal, Ethan Camden, Kaitlyn Losh, Alayna Isbanioly, Charles Holder, Wyatt Benfield, Nicole Ayon, Liliyona Carpenter, Trayvion Pinket.

Drew Young, McKenzie Hall, Tristan Ruhnow, Haley Smith, Austin Fulk, Malachi Williams-Neely.

Good Deed Doers – Zoie Proctor, Kylee Long, Lucas Wilhelm, Dylan Bryant, Sawyer Riley, Anahi Alba Mejia, Shelby Miller, Samantha Booth, Courtney Freeman, Braedon Pattison, Dacey Williams, Eric Carrillo, Addy Lura, Dallas Jones, Camden Wilhite, Haven Hobbs.

Hanford-Dole honors

Hanford-Dole Elementary School has recognized the following students as the March Good Citizens for the character trait of kindness. Each student received a certificate and had his/her picture on the Good Citizen bulletin board in the hall for the month.

Pre-kindergarten – Ryan Perez.

Kindergarten – Grace Vestal, Makayla Connor, Christopher Jackson, Kesiya Oglesby, Darlin Flores Marroquin.

First grade – Justin Chang, Alyssa Reed, Z’myia Vinson, Malachi Hairston.

Second grade – Kyra Shepherd, Harlem Jones, Rita Cuthbertson, Emonie Bryant, Daniel Kelly.

Third grade – Christian Stapf, Elijah Bates, Hannia Aguilar, Johan Ugalde-Coello.

Fourth grade – Logan Halstead, Alan Hooiser, Amber Dallienne, Hugh Rice.

Fifth grade – Brandon Ruff, Jayden Weathers, Austin Nicholas.

Math 24 Winners

On Feb. 21, RSSS held its annual Math 24 competition at the JF Hurley YMCA. Students from area middle schools competed in the competition. Math 24 is a game where students are given four numbers and they must add, subtract, multiply and/or divide all the numbers so that the final answer equals 24.

School winners

First, West Rowan Middle School; second, North Rowan Middle School; third, Corriher-Lipe Middle School.

Individual winners

First, Coby Weant of North Rowan Middle; second, Long Le of West Rowan Middle; third, Hein Le of West Rowan Middle and fourth, Jesse Peterson of North Rowan Middle.

North Rowan Elementary Good Citizens

North Rowan Elementary School announces its Good Citizens for February based on the character trait courage.

Dylan Connor, Slias Sophia, Cheyenne Strachan, Christopher Barringer, Eris Riley, Ayana Miller, Daniel Bruchker, Delijah Carpenter, Zander Crisco, Destiny Mendoza, Kasady Eddins, Azaria Elder, Miyana Sherrill-Jones, Lamonte Lyerly, Laila Brown, Holly Goad, Ashley Nguyen, Javeon Foster, Amari Gaiter, Christopher Martin, Fernando Mancia, Brooklyn Holshouser, Addison Connor, Jissele Garcia, Anna Tsambounieris, Erika Ortiz, Thomas Vega, George Maxwell, Shayra Dok, Mya Morgan, Darell Carpenter, Christian Martin, Alenbi Alfaro-Lipe, Sebastian Jabana, Sirenity Wilks, Dylan Bates, Kendal Mitchell, Sandy Mendoza, Ethan Snyder,Joshua Douthit, Kevin Alvarado, Marion Loredo, Duvis Plomer, Addisyn Finsel, Alanna Brown, Easm Abdul Rub, Madison Cole, Alexis Luther, Makayla Dwight, Layla Jackson, A’shala Pruitt, Madison Canda, Nuna Herh, Austin Shephard, Amari Gaiter.

Overton honors

Overton Elementary school announces its Explorers of the Week during February, who are honored for demonstrating excellent behavior throughout the school.

Kindergarten – Ren Blankenship, Jayden Hampton and Nizanna Toomer.

First grade – Keial Matthews, Joselin Vargas Bello and Ebbie Lescoe.

Second grade – Joe Bohland, Alex Clement and Ryan Truman.

Third grade – Wyatt Allison, Nashira Pipkin and Christiana Kesler.

Fourth grade – Ellison Frick, Angie Ebeling and NyAisiah Murphy.

Fifth grade – Seamus Ratliff, Maria Hudson and Ethan Chambers.

Congratulations also to the students who demonstrated positive behavior on Buses 164, 353, and 180 and were recognized as Buses of the Week and to the students on Bus 180 who were recognized as Bus of the Month.

Illinois Central College graduate

Janet Marie Millspaugh, of Salisbury, graduated from Illinois Central College, East Peoria, with an associate degree in general studies. More than 800 students met the graduation requirements for the fall 2013 semester.

Woodleaf good citizens

Woodleaf Elementary School congratulates the following students who have been selected as good citizens for January for demonstrating Kindness.

Kindergarten – Savanna Brasington, Hector Cano-Campusano, Madison Casto, Justin Garcia-Benitez, Imoni Hairston, Jazmine Marlowe, John Miller and Gracie Shadrick.

First grade – Giovani Bautista, Cole Cauble, Noah Evans, Kate Gregory, Kaylee Bautista, Colt Melton, Marley Rimmer and Katie Roberts.

Second grade – Eva Brown, Madison Conklin, Jose Fajardo-Garcia, Waldo Galicia, Alexander Gillespie, Luke Lance, Adrian Nava-Bautista and Allison Webb.

Third grade – Ronald Burgess, Bridget Hall, Everette Pyrtle, Riley Reamy, Mackenzie Riley, Morgan Snider and Gabriel Sutphin.

Fourth grade – Ariana Anaya-Locklear, Gabriel Estrada, Jaleiah Gibson, Ja’Mya Jackson, Kaitlyn Knight and Bryan Vazquez-Sanchez.

Fifth grade – Jaleeha Alexander, Gavin Burleson, Cierra Davis, Mallory Freeman, Eric Garduno, Kaitlyn Joubert, Caleb McKinney, Bayleigh Miller and Stephanie Roque-Barcenas.

Woodleaf Elementary School congratulates the following students who have been selected as good citizens for February for demonstrating responsibility.

Kindergarten – Kadence Cook, Vanessa Garrido, Dezmun Guerrero, Jacob Knight, Maddox Moore and Xzavier Starnes.

First grade – Emma Crider, Bradley Efird, Charalis Little, Denver Parton, Willams Polanco- Pineda, Diego Sanchez and Kendal Winburn.

Second grade – Jakii Alexander, Hayden Ginn, Anthony Harvey-Phinx, Karlie King, Jonathan Lang, Katie Nicholas, Mason Smith and Calen Whisnant.

Third grade – Aaron Clements, Morgan Creason, Abram Davis, Amethyst Jenkins, Andrew Johnson, Cole Parker, Sarah Payne and Madison Pender.

Fourth grade – Haley Benware, Allie Burns, Joshua Eagle, Cruz Guerrero-Barrera, Olivia Hall, Ryan Joubert and Tania Lazcano-Marcelino.

Fifth grade – William Blackwell, Kortlyn Cooper, Max Crawford, Wes Hellard, Jenna Jones, Hannah Poole and Logan Rufty.

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