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North Rowan Elementary School recently recognized November and December Good Citizens.

They are Eric Diaz, Dreama Corriher, Romelo Wright, Hunter Brown, Joseph Scott, Brianna White, Brooke Link, Jaytra Jones, Andrew Burgess, April Soliz, Zack Bates, Dejarvea Eller, Xavier Partee, Eric Bolen, Javon Adkins, D’azia Stewart, Braxton Rabon, Destini Jones, Kaylee Armenteros, Jaden Soliz, Jale’ Cherry, Justin Poole, Heather Dellinger, Lauren Robbins, Brizharion Neely, Jessica Sullivan, Zion Allen, Jamaria Crawford, Marvin Finger, Tori Deaton, Courtney Greenwood, Brandon Wilson, Special Washington, Emily Naylor, Cecil McCulley, Cierra Sifford, Evan Bass, Scottie Barber, Xavier Robinson, Jacob Bradley, Quintous Smith, Josiah Hawthorne, Angel Dela Sancha, Jasmine Washington, Tony Wood, Keith Carroll, Grace Howell, Erixon Avila, Xavier Saunders, Tiarra Geter, Blake Pegram, Rosalina Blakeney, Fredderick Robertson, Mikeria McDowell, Justin Kimber, Nakeiyah Parris, Ethan Lindsay, Gabby Miranda, Cameron Gill, Anna Nguyen, Emily Lipe, Jakira Wright, John Logan,Hannah Spry, De’Vae Vaughn, Delano Rustin, ShaVonda Jones, Tatiana Alvarado, Shania Lugo, Dyran Polk, Jesus Gomez, Gage Jensen, Faith Conrady, Angel Thomas, Breanna Fowler, Michael Bost, Anna Evans and Walter Cruz.

Cleveland citizens

The teachers and staff of Cleveland Elementary School recently recognized the following students as December Good Citizens:

Kindergarten: Jake Harkey, Isabella Connolly, Nicholas Freeman, Aaliyah Dunning, Zynoria Winford and Razeeke Everhart.

First grade: Hannah Annas, Ethan Adkins, Hayes Pearson, Cassidy Hewitt, Jake Shue and Courtney Bogle.

Second grade: Tre Byrd, Freddy Rodriguez, Karl Leo, Destini Shaver, Leyna Pence and Timmy Wilmot.

Third grade: Marissa Henderson, Carolyn Miller, Emily Brown, Shane Barber, Chyna Gallmon and Kandice Quarles.

Fourth grade: Brianda Perez, Davon Steele, DeShaun Bowers, Maegan Thorpe, Rachel Chambers, Darin Harrison and Sheen Sparks.

Fifth grade: Sarah Allison, Chase Loudin, Tyler Dunning Stitt, Emily Mowery, Maria Carrillo, Joseph Kinyoun and Austin O’Brien.

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