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Millbridge Elementary recognizes Good Citizens for May – Education

Millbridge citizens
Millbridge Elementary School recently recognized the following students as May Good Citizens:
Kindergarten: Laney Smith, Mary Roach, Pacey Watts, Thomas Lettice, Katelynn Morrison, Dylan Hobday, Cameron Furr and Brian Gutierrez.
First grade: Morgan Koontz, Scotland Karriker, Grace Dellinger, Christian Ervin, Makina Toler, Kurt Aldridge, Victoria Pennington, Kaitlyn Hall and Sandra Tuck.
Second grade: Casey Woodman, Ivy Eakin, Aaron Kendall, Austin Livengood, Michael Earley, Jessica Miller, MaKenzie Waller and Thomas Jones.
Third grade: Justin Hill, Arianna Williams, Alexis Sherrill, Josh Jones, Gabriel Earley, Jonathan Stirewalt, Abby Parham and Skyler Frizzell.
Fourth grade: Sydney Griggs, Hailey Devine, Courtney Polk, Tyler Rary, Madison Keaton, Trilby Kirk, Amber Cain, Johnathan Lambert and Maggie Pennington.
Fifth grade: Daphne Bradshaw, Noah Easley, Elizabeth Freeze, Freda Beatty, Ethan Ervin and River Benfield.
Hanford Dole list
The following students have been named to the all-A honor roll for the third quarter at Hanford Dole Elementary School:
Third grade: Ronnie Bryant, Markeith Jones, Emmeri Cain, Kendra Amick, Javin Goodine, Noah Drye, Michelle Luna Torres, Annelee Powell, Jasmine Richard, Kayla Evans, Mariah Treadwell, Paola Gomez, Nicholas Weaver, Allison Lingle and Brianna Settle.
Fourth grade: Sierra Cundiff, Austin Dollarhide, Janiah Cuff, Morgan Teodorovici, Sarah Henry, Madison Howe, Jailene Aguilar, Bryn Gilland, Jaylen Brown, Kaytee Leon Guerrero, Rebekah Horning, Steven Gordillo, Rebecca Loflin, Timothy Robinson and Tabitha Tulloch.
Fifth grade: Rachael Brandt, Caleb Bailey, Sabrinah Hartsell, Caroline Billingsley, Cassidy Shaver, Courtney Phillips, Sierra Oxendine, Nnamdi Osakwe, Chase Thompson, Kassandra White, Amanda Gainey, Brodi Madison and Christina Yang.
Bright Ideas grants
EnergyUnited and North Carolina’s Touchstone Energy cooperatives have earmarked at least $500,000 for classroom-based projects through the Bright Ideas Education Grant Program for 2008-09.
Teachers can learn about the program and apply online at www.ncbrightideas.com. Grants of up to $2,000 are available. Teachers who submit their application by Aug. 28 will be entered in a drawing for a $500 Visa gift card.
All North Carolina certified K-12 teachers are eligible for a Bright Ideas grant.
Professor honored
Dozens of Pfeiffer University graduates recently honored Dr. Steve C. Dial during the fifth annual George Pfeiffer Symposium.
A professor emeritus of biology and distinguished Pfeiffer alumnus, Dial came to Pfeiffer in 1963 as a faculty member. He retired in 2003.
Dial’s son, Chris, a 1986 Pfeiffer graduate, is leading the fundraising effort to renovate and name the Harris Greenhouse to honor his father. Glass Garden Builders of Connecticut, the original builder of the university’s Lord and Burnham Greenhouse, has been retained to update and restore the structure.
Dial was a biology professor, past chair of the department and past division head at Pfeiffer. He is also a well-respected ecologist, biologist and scholar. He earned his undergraduate degree from Pfeiffer College and both his master’s and doctorate degrees from the University of South Carolina. He and wife Carolyn live in Misenheimer.
For more information and to contribute to the Dial/Greenhouse campaign, contact Dr. Mark McCallum, dean of the School of Natural and Health Sciences, at mark.mccallum@pfeiffer.edu.
Woodleaf citizens
Woodleaf Elementary School recently recognized the following students as April Good Citizens:
Kindergarten: Joey Rackett, Tinsleigh Myers, Madison Smith, Tre Jackson, Summer Bourne, Skylar Jahnke, Lilly Sanchez, Caleb Daniels and Madison Mendenhall.
First grade: Holden Mesimer, Abraham Montalvo, Hunter Propst, Kris Maxwell, Leslie Hernandez, Bailey Benge and Hunter Russell.
Second grade: Michael Kluttz, Madison Myers, Nathan Corriher, David Bush, Anthony Carter, Timber Hedrick and Branson Barber.
Third grade: Lindsey Hicks, Alicia Webb, Autumn Kinley, Bailey Vancura and Zack Gada.
Fourth grade: Holly Cross, Katie Heffner, Mark Robbins, Robbie Monroe, Landen Johnson, Jaylon Sanders and Justin Hedrick.
Fifth grade: Carson Gray, Jacob Radtke, Sheniqua Peebles, Jake Haire, Raegan Foster, Tyler Myers and Sammy Huffman.
Cleveland citizens
Cleveland Elementary School recently recognized the following students as April Good Citizens:
Kindergarten: Lane Adkins, Joniyah Privette, Noah Rife and Marisa Baker.
First grade: Cade Sells, Tianna Byrd, Sage Staley, Emmanuel Angle, Chloe Rupard and Sean Benware.
Second grade: Isous Aprea, Parker Greene, Brianna Laraway, Antanaya Hallman, Da’Vantaiye Cannon and Katie Williams.
Third grade: E.J. Transou, Ashley Day, Lia Mendoza, Chyna Cuthbertson and Amberly Cooke.
Fourth grade: Brooke Suddeth, Tyler Sehnal, Mary Williams, Mala Siharath, Justin Marshall, Kandice Quarles and Ricky Foutz.
Fifth grade: Hannah Allison, Chase Webb, Blake Shoaf, Isabella Williams, Lance Cooke and Kristen Bailey.
Cleveland honor roll
The following students have been named to the all-A honor roll for the third quarter at Cleveland Elementary School:
Third grade: Timmy Wilmot, Steven Divanna, Monique Everhart, Freddy Wall and Jagger Love.
Fourth grade: Emily Brown, Mikayla Graham, Peyton Greene and Brooke Suddeth.
Fifth grade: Andrew Raynes, Sara Barbee, Mariah Pampuch and Michelle Turner.

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