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Landis Elementary School recently recognized the following students as May Citizens of the Month:
Kindergarten: Jalen Douglas, Sara Fulton, Monica Huffman and Chloe Hall.
First grade: Serena Nieves, Brett Amburn, Kailee Cline and Joshua Ward.
Second grade: Keahja Jones, Melena Gonzalez, Michelle Williams, Kayla Brown and Grayson Bell.
Third grade: Tene Jordan, Austin Russ, Cody Henry, Jonathan Alaniz and Hunter Smith.
Fourth grade: Kayla McClendon, Matthew Wood, Grex Urey and Katie Figueroa.
Fifth grade: Abilene Castillo, Elayna Hildebrandt, Gabriel Daniels and Ashton Schoen.
Rockwell recognition
Rockwell Elementary School recently recognized the following students as Rockwell RoadRunners for May:
Kindergarten: Christopher Oakley, Lillian Torbush, Chandler King, Valerie Smith, Nathaniel Oakley, Hailey Lambert, Nicole Johnson, Chance Walton, Shadrach Siers, Jaden Sadler, Katelyn Goble, Bh’Lysia Mason, Austin Kennedy, Makayla Collins, Christopher Johnson and Lily Abernathy.
First grade: Jordan Cress, Lisa Mirisola, Ashley Barnhardt, Brittany Earnhardt, Alexa Pipe, Bryce Coleman, Brianna Dalton, Taylor Sienerth, Deiontae Gallmon, Beatrice Price, Derrick Zuniga, Sammy Blankenship, Mack Goodman, Hailey Hollifield, Hunter Poole, Cheyenne Dumont, Robbie Koontz and Skylar Wise.
Second grade: Amanda Roe, Katelyn McDaniel, Jacob Lopez, Katie Barnes, Jacob McIntyre, Jacob Johnson, Jonathon Ritchey, Leah Russell, Tyler Blankenship, Harley Eller, Kira Cortorreal, Gabriel Soto, Shelby Carroll, Faith Kibler, Sydney Taylor and Michael Coughin.
Third grade: Kacie Coleman, Ike Freeman, Lindsey Eller, Layla Laws, Zachary Price, Daniel Muncy, Selena Fuentes, Caitlyn Johnson, Ryan Walton, Ximena Bello, Claire Hester, Brandon Sides, Brittany Cook, Hailey Heintz, Katie Lipe, Tyler McDaniel, Sabrina Trump, Jeffrey Coe, Amber Beaver, Susan Barker Fowler, Brittany Small and Justin Coe.
Fourth grade: Elane Kepley, Max Czibere, Franklin Williams, John Custer, Dillan Linker, Jose Delgado, Bays Bost, Zachary Hesse, Simon Soles, Kevin Phillips, Tadarrius Bowers, Rodney Rollins and Colby Soto.
Fifth grade: Lindsey Hammill, Stephen Johnson, Francisco Cuadra, Makayla Freeman, Ashley Smith, Danielle Smith, Amber Carr, Davis Tiffany, Ricky Karriker, Dale Stevens, Drake Adams, Megan Lingerfelt, Heather Morgan and Bradley Rattz.
Sexton wins award
Holly Sexton, a senior at Salisbury High School, has been awarded a combined honors scholarship from Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Ga.
The scholarships are awarded to undergraduate students who have shown outstanding ability in both academic and artistic endeavors. They are valued at $15,000 per year for four years.
Sexton is a N.C. Scholar, Junior Rotarian, secretary of the senior class, Junior Civitan Club and National Honor Society, vice president of the Art Club, co-president of the International Club and a member of the varsity tennis team at Salisbury High. She also served as a junior marshal last year.
Her parents are Tom and Cathy Sexton of Salisbury.

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