Education: Corriher-Lipe and more
Social studies winners
Parents and members of the community joined students and faculty at Corriher-Lipe Middle School for a day-long fair presenting this year’s countries of Latin America projects by the social studies students of Gary Rhyne.
Class project winners and their countries include:
First block class: Jennifer Ballard, Aruba, first place; Ashley McGee, Italy, second place; Cierra Hall, Brazil, third place.
Second block class: Jonathan Lambert, Scotland, first place; Ashton Schoen, Dagestan, Russia, second place; and Lisa Jones, Italy, third place.
Third block class: Abigail Raffaldt, Jamaica, first place; Nathan Shorter, Germany, second place; and Austin Causey, Greece, third place.
Fourth block class: Leah Morton, The Bahamas, first place; Amanda Borras, Germany, second place; and Jordan Wise, France, third place.
GQ Star Students
Granite Quarry Elementary School recently recognized the following students as May Star Students:
Pre-kindergarten: Xander Mock.
Kindergarten: Brendan Hawley, Kaitlyn Blackwell, Seth Eagle, Phillip Boggess, Alexis Smith, Donald Rose, Zachery Shepherd and ShyTaisha Johnson.
First grade: Kadin Gainey, Gracie Hudson, Alarie Springer, Jermiah Fickle, Kirsten Michael, Oscar Lazo, Jadeah Bennett, Yazmine Sanders, Jacob Downing, Tawnie Stanley and Mitchell Toliver.
Second grade: Zachary Huddleston, Kayla Spencer, Jordan Fritz, Austin Kowaleski, Mykel Jones, Joel Alejandre, Trevor Scruggs, Oshaun Robinson and Aaron Shaver.
Third grade: Cortney Jones, Myron Sanders, Samantha Lushbaugh, De´Andre Gray, Keith Foster, Cecilia Garduno, Ashely Lushbaugh and Nina Troutman.
Fourth grade: Alexus Bennett, Tyler Shultz, Ashon Wylie, Victoria Safrit-Valley, Terez Tucker and Aimee Casper.
Fifth grade: Mariela Albarran, Tyler Boltz, Lily Poole, Zaria Houston, Kristen Parker, Iona Wilson, Taylor Rogers and Noah Ward.
N.C. Senate page
Madison Tucker Osborne recently served as a page in the N.C. Senate.
Osborne was sponsored by Sen. Stan Bingham and appointed by Senate President Pro Tempore Marc Basnight.
A student at West Rowan High School, he is the son of Terry Osborne and Teresa Lanning of Salisbury.
Cleveland Elementary School recently recognized the following students as May Good Citizens:
Kindergarten: Jason Kepley, Nicholas Freeman, Anna Owensby, Gladys McDaniels, Layla Stirewalt and Lathan Hager.
First grade: Nathan Bowden, Razeeke Everhart, Jorge Molina and Ariel Josey.
Second grade: Rebekka Sommer, Skye Moya, Brandon Mattison, Michelle Anderson, Courtney Bogle and Hannah Mowery.
Third grade: Skylar Hildebrand, Christina Sims, Madie Wise, Briana McEwen and Trevor Limerick.
Fourth grade: Khaila Hall, Carolyn Miller, Karena Rankin, Joselyn Lemus, BreAnna Wilson and Peyton Nance.
Fifth grade: Kirstie Riffe, Maranda Mangum, Tyrell Johnson and Savannah Lloyd.