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Rockwell Elementary School recognizes its December Roadrunners

Rockwell Elementary School recently recognized the following students as Rockwell Roadrunners for December:

Kindergarten: Diamond Phillips, Jonah Ridenhour, Chloe Roberson, Shawn Chance, Rebekah Taylor, Dalton Lefler, Kadin Gainey, Angela Yanez, Anthony Fuentes, Houston Milett, Kira Cornelius, Cheng Vang, Travis Seamon, Destiny King, Taylor King and Nathan Diggs.

First grade: Krystal Diehl, Landon Tuck, Dianna Martin, Sean Incardona, O’Shannus Wood, Noah Cooper, Noah Marshall, Sarah Whitman, Trey German, Matthew Kimrey, Alex Cortorreal, Dillon Temple, Cortney Miller, Haley Walter, Hollie Harrison and Trey Dry.

Second grade: Madison Bullard, Matthew Bumgarner, Michael Farrell, Madison Holshouser, Devin Safrit, Hailey Linker, Erica Isley, Chandler Eury, Alex Grochoski, Alexandria Woolwine, Zachary Hunt, Meranda Edmonds, Kaylee Henley, Jeremy Hildreth, Hunter Evans and Michael Frasier.

Third grade: Ollie Newman, Wesley Page, Jose Zeron, Ivy Basinger, Austin Wiggins, Hailee Buffett, Janie Hollifield, Casandra Davis, Nathan Leazer, Emma Ballard, Leighla Sides, Edmund Stuckey, Mayra Villasana, Jacob Debruyn and Katie Hedspeth.

Fourth grade: Kaleigh Troutman, Mike Atherton, Savannah Boroughs, Megan Williams, Baylee Yost, Samantha Ewart, Kara Cline, Jacy Hill, Jayla Krider, Kaylee Poole, Kato Crump and Tori Heglar.

Fifth grade: Mia Gracia, Drew Kluttz, Jordan Owen, Dylan Campbell, Dakota Harwood, Cameron Thomas, Nathan McDowell, Cassidy Farrell, Spencer Bost, Josie McNeely, Dylan Karow, Dalton Rowland, Sydney Shultz and Jeanie Hollman.

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