Education shoutouts

  • Posted: Thursday, April 10, 2014 1:17 a.m.

Sacred Heart awards

Sacred Heart Christian School announces its all-A honor roll for the second trimester:

Fourth grade — Grace Blackwell, Ben Childress, Colin Donaldson, Sophia Malloy, Ella Trainor, Sutton Webb and Will Webb


Fifth grade — Caroline Cardelle, Josh Klein and Katy Klein.

Sixth grade — Brody Dillon

Seventh grade — Olivia Dagenhart, Jack Fisher and Mary Sobataka

Eighth grade — Alex Antosek, Gemma Brown, Elly Burks, Michael Childress, Keegan Dillon, Rachel Harrison, Julia Honeycutt, Zach Huddleston, Grace Kellicut, Johnson Huynh, Mary McCullough, Miriam Roy and Leah Wyrick

Sacred Heart Christian School announces its Good Citizens for March:

Pre-kindergarten — Alumnus David McCanless, Gianluca DeMary, and Lily Snook

Kindergarten — Julia Krokus and Danica Rosa

First grade — Mary Kathryn Aycock and Patrick Beal

Second grade — Mary Grace Cardelle and James Holland

— Joseph Earl Levy

Fourth grade — Nick Antosek

— M.J. Hibshman

Sixth grade — Jean Holman

Seventh grade — Joseph Clark and Samantha Nunez

Eighth grade — Emily Maxey and Abigail Lund

Hanford-Dole Good Citizens

Hanford-Dole Elementary recognized the following students as the April Good Citizens for the character trait of self-discipline. Each student received a certificate and had his or her picture on the Good Citizen bulletin board for the month:

Pre-kindergarten — Katherine Ayala

Kindergarten — Logan Luther, Christopher Sanchez, Charlize Clark, Haiden Edwards and Ricardo Ortiz

First grade — Lindsey Cuevas, Gage Euart, Klaudia Gralak and Shawnteria Duren

Second grade — Patricia Lopez, Joshek Avalos Velasco, Lanie McPhearson and Alberto Villalobos Carranza

Third grade — Mattie Pope, Samaya Perry, Bryan Montoya and Isaac Morales Rodriguez

Fourth grade — Alena Chang, Odet Trujillo-Barona, Carolina Tamyo-Albarran and Maria Lopez

Fifth grade — Layla Stirewalt, Devin Maxwell and Brianna Mishoe

Overton awards

Overton Elementary School recognizes the following students as Explorers of the Week during the month of March for demonstrating excellent behavior throughout the school:

Kindergarten — Sofia Martinez, Lauren Cherry, William Steverson and Robert Ramsey-Greene

First grade — Zelda McCoy, Joshua Allen, Angel Rodriguez and Alexandria Witherspoon

Second grade — Jaylen Dillard, Maggie Goodnight, Jacqueline Harris and Deianna Withers

Third grade — Yarilynn Rodriguez, Christian Chalk, D’Arrion Cuthbertson, and Gabrielle Miller

Fourth grade — Jamiyah Worthy, Selena Steverson, Autumn Walser and Sophie Chmiel

Fifth grade — Aniah Horton, Cora Stubbins, Natalie Lusk and Alex Blumenthal

Congratulations also to the students who demonstrated positive behavior on buses 164, 170 and 180 and were recognized as Buses of the Week and to the students on Bus 164 who were recognized as Bus of the Month.

North Hills honors

North Hills Christian School announces its Fruit of the Spirit Award recipients. The following North Hills Christian School students were recognized during third quarter for displaying the fruits of the spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control:

First grade – Layton Barber, Lucas Mitchell and Kanji Ram

Second grade — McKenna Anderson, Corbin Bailey, Bella Keck, Tyler Kepley, Noah Merrell, Josue Nunez, Morgan Rice, Dakota Roseborough, Selah Smith and Lily Sparks

Third grade — A.J. Huffman, Marik Kolbasowski, Gigi Nagy and Peyton Thorneburg

Fourth grade — Joseph Mayo, Aaron McGrail, Jada Rice and Jaques Sloan

Fifth grade — Alex Ballard, Ariel Fontenot, Elizabeth Jones, Melanie Long, Raegan Lowder, Liam Ogg and Harris Sparks

North Hills Christian School Honor Roll announces its students who made all-A honor roll during the third quarter.

First grade — Isabella Caraccio, Natalie Coates, Morgan Deaton, Daniel Doan, Max Foote, Ben Hogan, Riley Lowder, Lucas Mitchell, Kanji Ram, Olivia Shoemaker, Brayden Smith

Second grade — McKenna Anderson, Corbin Bailey, Collin Cape, Audrey Corriher, Tayla Davis, Olivia Everhart, Rachel Johnson, Tyler Kepley, Carlee Latva, Andrew Mead, Noah Merrell, Josue Nunez, Jenna Plummer, Selah Smith, Lily Sparks, Rylan Talbott, Ethan Wilson

Third grade — Jordan Henderson, Marik Kolbasowski, Kane Talbott, Ashlyn Zunk

Fourth grade — Nicholas Foote, Aaron McGrail

Fifth grade — Bethany Hogan, Austin Latva, Caroline Nance

Sixth grade — Devon Mitchell

Seventh grade — Colby Edmonds, Klara Ogg, Luke Thomas

Eighth grade — David Canipe, Caroline Cody, Brittany Gaddis, Mary Kaufmann, Camantha-Rea Lyerly, Brianna Miller

Ninth grade — Marissa Murdock, Jordan Plummer

10th-grade — Garrett Beck, Sarah Lynn Carlton, Brittney Hogan, Olivia Houghton

11th grade — Brianna Caraccio, Christopher Taylor

12th grade — Emily Boggs, Morgan Bowman, Elisabeth Farmer, Kevin Mitchell, Jordan Smith, Natalie Whicker

Bostian Good Citizens

The staff of Bostian Elementary recognizes the following students for standing out as exemplary citizens for this month. These students have all gone above and beyond what is expected of them at school:

Kindergarten — Tanner Lahrmer, Avery Fisher, Joseph Shapley, Chloe Green, Ethan Eddings, Kylee Bowles

First grade — Austin Blackmon, Gabby Brewton, Gracie Howerton, Jayven Parks, Hayden Conklin, Kinsley Fowler

Second grade — Cole Kirkpatrick, Peyton Forstrom, Katie Stirewalt, Clint Efird, Marielle Gordon, Isaac Griffin

Third grade — Shaun Pell, Lonna Addison, Cody Russell, Kandus Kimball, Savannah Odom, CJ Guida

Fourth grade — Kendall Barbee, Daron Phillips, Coby Sandusky, Carys Roberson

Fifth grade — Tyler Smith, Salem Fleming, Emily Dills, Danna Rodriguez

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