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Hanford Dole Elementary Good Citizens for December recognized

Hanford Dole Elementary School recently recognized students selected as December Good Citizens.

They are Zahria Bickley, Charise Robinson, Shamira Wright, Persia Brotherton, Jaquez Houston, Angel Archie, Desirae Gallimore, Allison Tesh, Mia Graham, Isabell Lemke, Brandon Guzman, Hayleigh Troutman, Rodney Howell, Caitlyn Slusser, Allison Lingle, Brianna Settle, Mario Villalobos, Tamera Turner, Dearius Philips, Delphia Henderson, Jacob Mowbry, Belinda Eagle, Selena Polk, Quadeshia Malloy, Caleb Heffner, Bishop Gonzalez, C.J. McPherson, Kayla McIntyre, Tiheosha Caldwell, Corrina McGee and Alexandra Mann.

Koontz good citizens

Koontz Elementary School recently recognized the following students as December Students of the Month:

Kindergarten: Bryson Moss, Parker Stelmack, Antoni Pacheco, Allaysia Ellis, Chantal Robinson, Lejla Medvic, Malik Williams, Braniya Goodlett, Zonariea Knox, Kyra Crump, Nevaeh Price, Tamera Robinson.

First grade: Josh Sifford, Nasir Fudge, Jose Flores, Claudia Baab, Rashaun Tate, Destiny Gadson, Victory Nunez-Lopez, Admir Durakovic, Allen Stone, Elijah Moss, Evelyn Gariepy, Miguel Martinez.

Second grade: Makahla Stout, Christopher Moore, Kory Ly, Natalie Nunez, Brendan Ingram, Sandra Covarrabias, Shamari Evans, Lisset Nunez, Callie Alexander.

Third grade: Talashia Henderson, Tyler Grant, Alondra Martinez, Priscilla Oglesby, Rebekah Horning, Michelle Garcia, Nyesha Hosch, Corbin Benton.

Fourth grade: Mackie Gallagher, Aubree Davis, Evan Dunn, Aaliyah Funderburk, Shivani Patel, Caroline Shue, Heather Carmichael, Carleigh Wilson.

Fifth grade: Dakota Rios, Chantece Judon, Jessica Gordillo, Boyce Seals, Bailey Ridenhour, Tony Krider, Alexis Johnson, Timothy Harmon.

November bus honors

Johnny Brown, director of transportation for Rowan-Salisbury Schools, has recognized employees for exemplary service as bus drivers for the month of November.

A bus driver must adhere to all the duties and responsibilities set by the Rowan-Salisbury Schools Transportation Department and are nominated by their bus coordinator for this honor each month.

November honorees are:

North area: Hazel Jarvis. Bus 278.

Salisbury area: Jerry Miller, Bus 12.

East area: Melinda Wells, Bus 280.

West area: Kristi Mitchem, Bus 117.

South area: Jackie Neal, Bus 296.

Special needs: Karen Deal, Bus 2818.

Concert can goal

The North Rowan High School Band reached its goal of 400 cans at its Dec. 19 band concert. Concert attendees were asked to bring a canned good to support Rowan Helping Ministries.

The cans were delivered to Rowan Helping Ministries.

Millbridge citizens

Millbridge Elementary School recently recognized the following students as December Good Citizens:

Pre-kindergarten: Kaytelynn Mullins and Davin Fleming.

Kindergarten: Avery Paschal, Mallory Challis, Nikki Parker, Nicholas Lemire, Jordan Watts, Kennedy Mergard, Emily Hall and Gabriel Barrera.

First grade: Melinda Tank, Chandler Herring, Jessica Miller, Silas Benfield, Alexandra Linder, Luke Hager, Jordan Caldwell and Jose Sanchez.

Second grade: Arianna Martin, Gabe Sellers, Madelyn Dailey, Tyler Wheeler, Mary Kate Paschal, Marissa Sides, Abby James, Taylor Lowery and Daniel McClannon.

Third grade: Brooke Poteat, Alex Lentz, Kendall Grumbles, Rosa Barrera, Weston Tank, Anna Marie Mergard, Natalie Winecoff and Ashley Hancock.

Fourth grade: Qwantarius Love, Cindy Garcia, Katie Ashley, Chris Huffman, Mattie Lowe and Jose Sanchez.

Fifth grade: Tanner Grumbles, Emily Thompson, Jesse Tucker, Matthew Miller, Malana Litaker, Victoria Pruett and Jose Gonzalez.

Woodleaf citizens

Woodleaf Elementary School recently recognized the following students as December Good Citizens:

Kindergarten: Bailey Benge, Rachel Day, Katelyn Foster, Ryan Josey, Amy Lankford and Hunter Russell.

First grade: Macy Currie, Preston Eagle, Noah Johnson, Guadalupe Melchor, Nick Newton and Jacob Webb.

Second grade: Alexander Barrier, Autumn Kinley, Xavier McLaughlin, Jakob Nicolosi, Megan Smith and Douglas Towell.

Third grade: Emily Long, Kayla Moore, Wade Phillips, Taylor Quinn, Brooke Stiller and Brandon White.

Fourth grade: Amelia Anthony, Hunter Gibbons, Carson Gray, Brianna Lookabill, Jacob Radtke and Jordan Stoyanov.

Fifth grade: Victoria Adams, Nicholas De La Cruz, Greer Fallin, Mark Forrester, Adrien Rusher, Rodolfo Villasenor and Catherine Whitley.

Enochville wise owls

Enochville Elementary School recently recognized the following students as Wise Owls for December for consistently exhibiting good citizenship, good manners and exceptional behavior:

Kindergarten: Brianna Bates, Kevin Lazenby, Abbey Zentmeyer, David Ramirez, Thomas Barnes, Emyia Gibson, Autumn Benfield, Dawson Wilhite.

First grade: Brooke Sechler, Cameron Hankins, Morgan Brown, Cameron Williams, David Griffin, Britney Bolton.

Second grade: Brooklyn Wright, Daniel Chavez, Brittany Abernathy, Kala Sechler, Savannah Reynolds, Pressly Wilson.

Third grade: Caylie Tallent, Justin Greer, Kylie Labbe, Thomas Starnes, Madyson Campbell, Lea Morris.

Fourth grade: Lindsay Curlee, Tyler Carver, Taylor Kluttz, Dylan Benton, Amber Poole, Caleb Kimball, Alex Grillo.

Fifth grade: Michaela Jordan, Logan Lowery, Taylor Harmon, Josh Pope, Leah Morton, Kayla Sellers.]


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