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Shoutouts: Good citizens, more

ClevelandGood Citizens
Good Citizens for December from Cleveland Elementary School.
Kindergarten: Dario Davis, Emily Kelly, Peyton Bruce, Raelie Hernandez, Katelyn Basinger, Kennedy House.
First grade: Lacy Waggoner, Damian Hernandez, Alma Cisneros Mancia, Jake Stocker.
Second grade: Wisin Henriquez, Miranda Miller, Abby Jones, Jaymason Breitwieser, Corbin Oddie, Gracie Scott, Elijah Thompson.
Third grade: Aniyah Dalton, Skyler York, Will Moseley, Grace Hodge, Zoe Hager, Lane Adkins.
Fourth grade: Antanaya Hallman, Faith Moore, Chrissy Parrish, Patrick Evans, Allyson Ratledge, Matthew Whisenant.
Fifth grade: Brianna Larraway, Hunter Wilhelm, Parker Greene, Karl Leo, Michelle Anderson, Robert Yount.
IsenbergGood Citizens
The following students were recently recognized as December Great Gators at Isenberg Elementary School for showing compassion:
Pre-K: Jalen Borders.
Kindergarten: Domonique Caviness, Breyson Eichacker, Diana Landaverde, Brooklyn Mann, Tattenai McNeely, Samaya Perry, Eduardo Reyes and Nyasia Shields.
First grade: Christina Brown, Reggie Burke, I’yana Hernandez, Ashia Krider, Kayla Melton, Donald Moore, Julio Moran-Nunez and Jamiyah Worthy.
Second grade: Deanna Arbaiza, Nataliya Bembry, Dylan Perez, Sammy Pinckney, Kimberly Real, Messiah Robinson, and Keshawn Stoner.
Third grade: Sharon Alfrey, Nasir Barnes, Larry Dixon-Gobble, Jada Ellis, Edwin Fuentez Berrios, Yesenia Pacheco and Keith Shaw.
Fourth grade: Amyree Borders, Shane Charles, Ty’Jarell Eberhart, Brianna Moore, Esmeralda Mundo, Raven Priest, Emma Ryerson and Aaron Shoaf.
Fifth grade: Ashley Catacora-McGuire, Tamera Chambers, Rhoda Cooper, Jasmine Hampton and Josh Stiller.
MillbridgeGood Citizens
Millbridge Good Citizens for December.
Kindergarten: Audrey Weaver, Kyle Wood, Joshua Wilson, Ciara Kobold, Jayleigh Wise, Noah Bryant, Destiny Miller, Danny Diederich.
First grade: Payton Black, Wyatt Foster, Olivia Vinson, Garrison Collins, McGuire Caudill, Faith Nobles, Lee Karriker, Brooklyn Biddy, Holley Brady, Alycia Powers.
Second grade: Bailey Webster, Hunter Watts, Carlie Moore, Jack Wilhelm, Harrison Shell, Zoie Raymer, Jeremy Keen, Shelby Harrison.
Third grade: Mitchell Tipton, Macayla Lomartire, Christopher Allman, Mark Bare, Bella Readling, Bryson Murff, Ethan Fesperman, Chloe Winecoff.
Fourth grade: Hannah Wilhite, Garrett Gossett, Bryahna Blacklin, Tyer Habenicht, Allison Williams, Thomas Rudd, Jimmy Christy.
Fifth grade: Aesha Wallace, Samuel Kincaid, Chloe Cox, Preston Reinhart, Jacob Spencer, Jessica Miller, Alexandra Linder, Gabe Sellers.
Granite Quarry Star Students
January Star Students at Granite Quarry Elementary School with the trait responsibility:
Anan Somvang, Dalton King, Miles Abramsom, Landyn Kesler, Natalie Zanudo Duenas, Carlene Holt, Vistoria Silverstrim, Christian Zavala-Guzman, Emerson McMillin, My-easha Chaffin, Donald Rose, Ramero Ramirez, Lauren Wetmore, Brooke Kongmany, Patrice Macon, Cheyenne Nanney, Logan Bauguess, Katelyn Byrd, Joshua Ellis, Grace Crump, Megan Guzman, Sam Chong.
Catawba’s Dean List
A total of 273 students have been named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester at
Catawba College, according to Dr. W. Richard Stephens, Jr., Provost of the College.
The following local students made the Dean’s List by achieving a 3.5 GPA in 15 or more semester hours.
• China Grove: Daniel McGuire Donaldson, Hannah Rebecca Fisher, Ashley Gail Freeze, Jennifer Whitley Hinson, Alfred Alan Honbarger, Stephanie Michelle Hill, Cory Matthew Kluttz, Ivory Taylor May, Bryson Seth Nesbitt, Heather Rorer Peninger, Jeremy Dwayne Proctor, Arthur Lee Rhoades, Cheryl Sparks Sheets, Julio Cesar Zubillaga
Clemmons: Megan Leigh Swindler
• Cleveland: Brian Raymond Bruce, Lori Beth Fraley, Brittney Marie Shepherd, Richard Eugene Weaver
• Faith: Joshua Ray Cummings, Stephanie Riddle
• Granite Quarry: Sandra Oldham Horne
• Kannapolis: Megan Mackenzie Bean, Kimberly McWhorter Bumgardner, Kimberly Erin Cornelius, Frank Villa Hernandez, Lindsay Catherine King, Brett Krimminger, Jubilee Ann Meehan, Hannah Noel Moon, Whitney Paige Mullis, Dustin Stuart Shelton, Jamie Black Stirewalt
• Landis: Jonathan O’Brien Benton
• Rockwell: Donna Wagner Baker, Stephanie Curry Farmer, Geoffrey John Grochoski, Bobby Lee Harkey, Anna Rose Jones, Stuart Tate Perkins, Luke W. Ziegler
• Salisbury: Kisha Wilson Allen, Christine Elise Ball, Pauline Hargrave Bates, Thomas Zachary Benton, Virginia Marie Blackwell, Julie Ann Bruce, Rosalyn Annette Burris, Richard Greg Burroughs, Natalie Carlene Cameron, Rebecca Annora Carli, Travis Steven Cauble, Sheila Howell Chambers, William Douglas Crawford, Otis Omar Cunningham, Amanda Louise Drake, Jennifer Lynn Drake, Donna Patterson Drye, Jessica Brooke Gaskill, Beverly Grydtal Gibbons, Jennifer Morgan Goble, Eric Wade Goodman, Audrey McCullough Hawkins, Jacob Alan Hill, Ann Margaret Worley Howell, Staffanie Marie Jimenez, Andrew Thomas Johnson, Steven Ray Jordan, David A. Kirkland, Hannah Madeline Kovach, Donald Ray McIntyre, Andrew Thomas McMillan, Courtney Ann Modlin, Pamela Louise Nance, Kyle O’Neill, Jeffrey Lynn Osborne, Esmeralda Perales, Stephanie Dianne Phillips, Cristin Andrea Ritchie, Maria Fernanda Rivera-Bonilla, Alyssa Stewart Roth, John Wayne Saunders, Robert Bruce Sawyer, John Eugene Setliff, Rebecca Lynn Shomo, Erica Mercedes Smith, Carley Marie Tatum, Chia Amy Thao, Allyson Marie Treadaway, Virginia Anne Weant, Sherry Smith Weaver, Shanae Nicole Webb, Elizabeth Jane White, Erin Elizabeth Witalison, Katherine Elizabeth Zink
• Spencer: Joel Porter Baker
• Woodleaf: Stephne Ann Atwood, Christian S. Clifton

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