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Education: Dean’s lists

Texas Christian dean’s list
Having completed spring 2009 classes with at least a 3.4 GPA, David Hughes of Spencer was recently named to the dean’s list at Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth.
WFU graduate
Clayton R. Honeycutt of Gold Hill graduated from Wake Forest University with a bachelor of arts degree on May 18. His major was education ó social studies.
He has been accepted into the Wake Forest University masters program on a full scholarship. He is the son of Tim and Deana Honeycutt of Gold Hill.
SCAD dean’s list
Holly Sexton of Salisbury was named to the dean’s list at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Ga. for spring quarter 2009. Sexton is a fibers major and is seeking a bachelor of fine arts degree.
Koontz honor roll
All-A honor roll at Koontz Elementary:
Second grade: Yatise Barton, Joel Davies, Rainey Dunham, Gage Gray, Olivia Gregory, Roxanna Henriquez, Max Miller, Kaylee Smith, Raul Soiz, Destiny Turner, Zara Huffman, Jade Rowh, Ian Walworth.
Third grade: Nicholas Crusenberry, Mya Davis-Young, Lindsay Elmore, Tyler Jones, Callie Kirchin, Chandler Lippard, Roberta Moulton, Justin Thomason, Kaylan Parkerson, Ethan Rhodes, Mary Stoelting, Lydia Weisberg, Kyle Wright.
Fourth grade: Callie Alexander, Kamishia Baker, Shyhiem Brockington, Nellie Brown, Nicholas Carl, Seth Chaffin, Sandra Covarrubias, Kendra Drye, John Dunham, Estefany Jimenez, Alicia Kincaid, Elijah Lawson, Kory Ly, Radha Patel, Deandre Rankin, Tywun Rivens, Michelle Sanchez, Alonzo Sirleaf, Jennifer Starr, Makahla Stout, Kainan Strickland-Guthrie, Christion Webster, RayQuan Woods, Christopher Wright, Kallia Yang.
Fifth grade: Talayshia Henderson, Robert Leonard, MacKenzie Menius, Amelia Peck, Jesus Santiago, Savanna Shipton, TyaShawntae Shepard, Briana Unsell, Rashad Wright.
Woodberry award
John E. Kyger Jr. received the Robin W.A. Bredin Memorial Award for unselfish service to others and interest in a variety of extracurricular activities at his graduation from Woodberry Forest School on May 23.
He will attend Furman University and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kyger Sr. of Salisbury.

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