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Knollwood ElementaryFor April Knollwood Elementary School is recognizing 70 students for expressing their outstanding character of perseverance. In celebration they will have lunch with some of the administrators and receive a certificate.
Emilio Baquet, Landan Bumbgarner, Edwardo Amaya, Ashley Frye, Dalton Trembley, Hayley Shores, John Sales, Diego Mendez, Christopher Stowe, Elijah Ruiz, Raylan Anderson, Maria Rodriguez, Kaleb Melton, Angel Molina-Vega, Jaquelin Segundo, Steve Gonzalez, Juan Soto, Guillermo Reyes, Annie Giles, Raul Sanchez, Kirkland Hunter, Daniel Lipe, Peyton Nunn, Emili Vega, Osvaldo Ortiz, Payton Moody, Michael Bostian, Edward Lomax, Brenda Sorto, Brian Pina, Marlin Quintero, Dylan Trembley, Erik Reamy, Tiffany Herrera, Sheila Wyatt, Joseph Collins, Walter Cruz, Jaylan Albarran-Gutierrez, Chalil Roberts, Ivan Vera, Kendrick Ibanez, Dulcee Benitez, Michelle Vasquez, Kanaja Torrence, Jose Romero, Amber Pfannes, Deshawn Phillips, Abril Sanchez, Zoey Espinoza, Bianca Espinoza, Megan Sims, Jennifer Polanco, Daniela Cardenas, Santiago Reyes, Blake Daniels, Norisbel Salazar, Anthony Barrera, Kenya Lomax, Rufino Carbajal, Alicia Karim, Michael Anton, Alesi Molina, Joanna Leon, Daniel Nava, Nerissa Holland, Jesus Rodriguez, Lexi Almond, Trevor Pfannes.
Shive honor roll
All A honor roll at Ethan H. Shive Elementary School, third quarter:
Third grade: Christian Basinger, Grace Brodie, Jimmy Brooks, Matthew Caldwell, Abigail Cole, Noah Cooper, Krystal Diehl, Trey Dry, Hollie Harrison, Kenan Hartung, Tanner Jackson, Gabi Jolly, Taylor Sienerth, Carson Sifford, Owen Webb.
Fourth grade: Brittany Anderson, Randy Chavira, Sawyer Drye, Karlyn Dwinell, Tierra Graham, Angela Haynes, Jessica Hernandez, Nathan Hill, Chloe Jacobs, Justin Leonard, Macy Meacham, Conrad Shugart
Fifth grade: Erin Christner, Lydia Hartung, Maya Staunton, Morgan Webb.
Koontz honor roll
The third quarter All-A honor roll at Koontz Elementary School:
Second grade: Joel Davies, Olivia Gregory, Zara Huffman, Jade Rowh, Leah Davies, Eriz Argrett, Deandre Banner, Kiersten Bostian, Roxanna Henriquez, Ishmael Kaidjuway, Tenijah Smith, Lila Thomas, Raul Soliz, Destiny Turner, Kaylee Smith, Rainey Dunham, Max Miller, Yatise Barton.
Third grade: Allan Stone, Callie Kirchin, Ethan Rhodes, Mya Davis-Young, Lydia Weisberg, Tyler Jones, Lindsay Elmore, Jean Gonzolez, Mary Stoelting, Kayla Parkerson, Roberta Moulton, Elijah Moss.
Fourth grade: Alyssa Guthrie, Callie Alexander, Tywun Rivens, Nellie Brown, Christopher Wright, Jacobline Doe, Sandra Covarrubias, Makahla Stout, Kory Ly.
Granite Quarry Elementary
February Star Students at Granite Quarry Elementary School with the theme, kindness.
Pre-K: Trista Gainey, Perry Whisnant.
Kindergarten: Samuel Otten, Isabella Smith, Taylor Kern, Malaka Cornelius, Christian Morgan, Makayla Puckhaber, Michael Spillman, Abby Larson, Nico Clayton, Makiya McDaniel.
First grade: Kwalik Stafford, Jayden Roland, Breaja Houston, Sandon Bongkhamchan, Dylan Lear, Lataesha Harvey, Xzavien Veneable, Kariah Whitner.
Second grade: Tawnie Stanley, Sage Fann, Xylia Cushman, Nazsha Harvey, Hailey Fesperman, Carmen Fraley, Nevaeh Price, Tais Villegas, Nicholas Brock, Christopher Hicks.
Third grade: Alexis Givens, Corbin Moss, Aaron Nguyen, Britney Fox, Erika Reynolds-Brumley, Jonathan Keaton-El, Oshaun Robinson, Joshua Ellis, Drew Harrington.
Fourth grade: Korizma Alston, Spencer Coughenhour, Ashley Lushbaugh, Marvin Pleitez, T.J. Strothers, Kayla Harrington, Ashlyn Mills, Nathan Cisney.
Fifth grade: Monica Teodorovici, Kayla Greene, Emily Seaford, Andrea Audette, Britney Smith, Jaymier Kennard, Jayquan Kennard, Shenell Pharr.
Star Students for Aprilwith the theme courage:
Emaleigh Sivula, Zachary Burge.
Kindergarten: Isaac Hineman, Silang Jia, Steven Barajas, Michael Leonard, Dezirae Lakey, Rockia Worth, Andrew Roane, Trent Wise, Alyssa Baker, Bradley Jones, Daisha Foster.
First grade: Isaah Cauthen, Carmen Warlick, Emily Padgett, Hayley Jacobs, Malik Davis, Ashley Freeman, Kendall Curtis, Graison McMorkle.
Second grade: Taivon Torrence, Chloe Breedlove, Kaleigh Bost, Darion Milbourne, Kaleb Wilborn, Lauren Coughenour, Christian Zimmerman, Natally Barajas, Tiahja Young, Oscar Lazo.
Third grade: Samantha Nanney, Caitlin Starrett, Carlee Lowry, Carissa Sutherland, William Allen, Ja’Lynn Burns, Erik Hilty, Kaylee Hawley, Sebastian Ruff.
Fourth grade: Kepley-Madison Peralta, Lucas Morton, Travis Strothers, Erik Estrada, Nina Troutman, Hayley Boltz, Spencer Byrd.
Fifth grade: Andrea Luttrell, Debonta Brown, Tyler Shultz, Cameron Calhoun, Morgan Rummel, Tanner McNabb, Kelby Porter, Terez Tucker.
Landis honor roll
The following students have been named to the all-A honor roll for the third quarter at Landis Elementary School:
Third grade: Brooke Royal, Joshua Ward, Logan Weaver, Taylor Morgan, Taylor Wiggins, Brett Amburn and Addison Wise.
Fourth grade: Karrigan Harden, Wesley Holloway, Cheyenne Hunter, Kassidy Jones, Natalie Rodgers, Bryan Stewart, Preston Tadlock, Katie Burkett, Seth Turbeville, Adrian Figueroa, Hunter Huffman, Camden Carlton, Carsen Carlton, Andrew Hubbard, Reagan Page, Grayson Bell, Abby Blume, Riley Beck and Landon Johnson.
Fifth grade: Alex Deal, Autumn Hamilton, Desiree Roach, Kristi Russell, Jennifer Ervin, Laramie Keeler, Damian Campbell, Hunter Smith, Kamryn Stamey, Amanda Warren and Ivy Hewitt.
Citizens of the month
Landis Elementary Citizens of the Month for April:
Kindergarten: Coleman Bready, LeighAnn Harris, Heidi Butron, Samantha Brown and Braden Graham.
First grade: Ezra Nance, Kirsten Moore, Kady Lorenzo, Calub Pope and Shaniya Miller.
Second grade: Noah Beam, Morgan Mahan, Abigail Chabala and Anna Blume.
Third grade: Zadrian Smith, Trenton Parson, Taylor Wiggins, Alexis Hewitt and Sierra Brown.
Fourth grade: Natalie Rodgers, Kearstin Parson, Dario Perez and Melena Gonzalez.
Fifth grade: Tiffany Galarza, Sarah Williams, Halie Scoggins and Wendy Butron.

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