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Education: Honor rolls

North Elementary honor roll
North Rowan Elementary School all-A honor roll for the fourth quarter.
Third grade: Rochelle Bowman, Jewel Brown, Alexandria Burnham, Jacob Castor, Miranda Dok, Tyreke Ellis, Felix Espinal, Toni Fisher, Ja’Shauna Fortson, Victoria Hash, Dawson Hoover, Grace Howell, Jayden Jones, William Kennedy, Omar Lara Martinez, Jolie Savage, Ikeriah Shields, Henry Smith, McGwire Smith, Hannah Spry, Angelina Vang, Cassy Young, Jacob Young.
Fourth grade: Spencer Bowler, Katlin Gagliardo, Jordan Hawkins, Marlene Martinez, Shelby Myers, Katerine Nunez, Corbin Smith, Shain Snyder, Mai Xe Vang, Margie Villalobos.
Fifth grade: Lucas Beam, Chayce Burton, Casey Eller, Gage Jensen, Sarah Henry, Wesley Isenhour, Jonathan Luther, Kaylee Matthews, Adoria McIntyre, Jordan Morrison, Xavier Partee, Victoria Scheve, Tiffany Vang.
Sacred Heart honor roll
Sacred Heart Catholic School fourth quarter all-A honor roll:
Fourth grade: Ceci Cardelle, Maria Strobel.
Fifth grade: Max Fisher, Reilly Gokey.
Sixth grade: Erin Ansbro Matthew Chilton.
Seventh grade: Jordan DeJaco, Banks Fisher, Nick Greene, Jonathan Huynh, Erin Roy, Jessica Roy, Lauren Roy, Anna Tonseth.
Eighth grade: Kelly Dulkoski, Laney Gokey, Sam Greene, Anna Page, Jordan Pring, Alison Sobataka, Katelyn Storey.
Hanford Dole honor roll
Hanford Dole Elementary fourth quarter all-A honor roll
Third grade: Mia Graham, Brett Lawson, Coby Weant Derricka Blakeney, Arielle Edwards, Trey Germano, Catherine Helm, Taylor Walker, Isabel Brown.
Fourth grade: Chris Clodfelter, Jasmine Adames, Ronnie Bryant, Nasir Sloan, Nathan Snider, Margarita Pacas, Allison Lingle, Azyza Thomas, Brianna Settle, Kendra Amick, Paola Gomez, Esmeralda Villalobos, Dekniveya Joyner, Javin Goodine, Jasmine Richard.
Fifth grade: Morgan Teodorovici, Zaida Boyd, Bryn Gilland, Cody Dollarhide, Timothy Robinson, Jaylen Brown, Indiah Witherspoon, Steven Gordillo, Drew Figuero-Martinez, Amara Morris, Destiny White.
Bostian honor roll
Bostian Elementary School all-A honor roll for the fourth quarter:
Second grade: Cory Beaver, Bryson Bebber, Braxton Black, Andrew Bradshaw, Lauren Dowd, Garrett Earley, Nathan Johnson, Riley Johnson, Hannah Jones, Ruby Jones, Hunter Null, Daniel Pell, Brittany Poole, Taylor Porozynski, Kelsie Ritchie, Cade Rodgers, Carter Rodgers, Damian Sechler, Bradley Smith, Quentin Smith, Adeline Watson.
Third grade: Kevin Barrera, Devin Gay, Elizabeth Haff, Shea Hardman, Chloe Kirkpatrick, Connor Kuehl, Emma Milem, Esmeralda Rameriz, Ian Rameriz, Rylie Stewart.
Fourth grade: J.P. Barringer, Christian Beaver, Isaac Bell, Jared Lamb, Bailey Rayfield, Cameron Rayfield, Bethany Raynes, Sydney Smith, Hannah Stegall.
Fifth grade: Matt Ball, Allyson Baxter, Ryan Bearden, Brooks Burris, Hannah Cargill, Caleb Hall, Brandon Huneycutt, Logan Parker, Garrett Pell.

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