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Educaton: Woodleaf names Good Citizens

The following students were recently selected as May Good Citizens at Woodleaf Elementar.
Kindergarten: Nolberto Aguilar, Jaleeha Alexander, Ayanna Holland, Matthew Carriker, Wes Hellard, Isiac Livengood, Cristal Fajardo, Jaden Keith, and Jennifer Uribe.First grade: Zane McKinney, Megan Nicolosi, Braeden Quinn, Alicia Cline, Austin Morgan, McKayla Stokes, William Wood, Estefania Garduno, Gabriel Jamison, Isac Rosales and Tori Russell.
Second grade: Matthew Gouge, Elizabeth Long, Rachael Day-Ingrahm, Qadr Kitt, Jy’Quan Foster, Justin Hurley, Dakota Kinley and Kris Maxwel
Third grade: Koran Coleman, Chandler Kepley, Harley Wise, Shanna Yates, Tyler Honeycutt, Erica Isbanioly, Chloe Wood, Nathan Corriher and Tazah Hardin.
Fourth grade: Stephen Ketchie, Xavier McLaughlin, Elijah Brown, Debrayah Turner, Alia Dauria and Jeremy Price.
Fifth grade: Emily Long, Ivy Rabon, Brandon White, Jordan Hall, Payton Peterson, Ally Yow, Justin Wetmore and Cody Williams.Pre-kindergarten: Austin Caldwell, Diane Gray, Sean Kitt, and Hallie Parrish.
Knollwood behavior
For May, Knollwood Elementary School is recognizing 67 students for their outstanding behavior in cooperation.
In celebration they will have lunch with some of their administrators and receive a certificate.
Andy Lor, Armando Bautista-Camacho, Cesar Campuzano, Weston Wright, Hunter Powles, Joshua Paredes, Micah Mason, Angie Cruz, Jamie Javis, Kaylissa Outlaw, Andre Neely, Ryan Overcash, Hannah Bissett, Kevin Landaverde, Sierra Lyons, Christian Sierra, Aliber Molina, Rachel Hall, Dallas Boliner, Vanessa Villanueva, Kevin Gordillo, Lizbeth Hernandez, Jaliyah Oats, Martha Diaz, Michale Bostian, Mario Gallegos, Isel Quintero, Mehki Corpening, Melissa Alberto, Nikia Peerman, Samantha Stowe, Trent Sprinkles, Cody Grubb, Selma Mustafic, Jorge Lopez, Christa Smith, Ana Arriola, Onnah Houghton, Summer Dial, Ediel Martinez, Grace Williams, Mark Liddle, Katie Casey, Eddie Pacheco-Mendoza, Duke McDaniels, Karina Garcia, Brittany Grapes, Hernan Hernandez, Keely Proctor, Mandy Cox, Daijah Alexander, Olivia Donohoe, Kaelee Franklin, Carlos Gonzales, Savannah Brandon, Ines Garcia, Lily Eanes, Sarai Curiel, Jacob McCora, Taylor Aistrop, Jesus Jaimes, Adriana Villanueva, Breanna Duke, Brian Hernandez, Austin Lewis, Pedro Perez, Guadalupe Curiel.Fellowship
Cameron (C.J.) Harwick has been accepted into the Charles G. Koch Summer Fellow Program for 2009. He was selected from a pool of 1,200 applicants for one of 80 spots.
As a Koch Fellow he will participate in a weeklong policy seminar in Washington, D.C., after which he will intern at the John William Pope Civitas Institute in Raleigh. Intern studies include training on public policy issues, a lecture series, a team research project and presentation and career workshops.
Harwick is a rising senior at UNC Chapel Hill with a double major in political science and economics.
Faith Elementary
Faith Elementary Good Citizens and Good Deed Doers.
Good Citizens
Kindergarten: Saybrin Thomas, Aubrey Pickler, Jaden Vaughn, Dario Sanchez.First grade: Baron Wright, Chandler Morgan, Kayla Earnhardt, Morgan Warren.
Second grade: Cameron Settlemeyer, Sydney Frick, Rafael Morales.
Third grade: Bree Tucker, Gabriel Brewer, Lucas Britt, Austin Harrington.
Fourth grade: Eric Poole, Valery Stegall, Zachary Hunt.
Fifth grade: Stephen Edwards, Megan Driver, Caroline Dean, Maddie McDaniel.
Good Deed Doers
Kindergarten: Lauren Trayah, Michael Altmann, Ellie Wilhelm, Kelsey Brown.
First grade: Brayden Garrett, Dakota Hill, Maria Padgett, Megan Gilleran.
Second grade: Jacob Taylor, Chloe Morrow, Callie Thrasher.
Third grade: Kirstin Worthy, Cameron Prugh, Nicole Cook, Karson Beacham.
Fourth grade: Grant Doby, Pearce Wilhelm, Tessa Ross.
Fifth grade: Bailey Williams, Tikiya Jenkins, Ethan Tarner, Angel Hopkins.
Faith honor roll
Fifth-grader Chance Brown was also named to the fifth grade all-A honor roll at Faith Elementary Honor Roll.

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