Catawba Alpha Chi chapter a star
Catawba College’s Omicron Chapter of Alpha Chi, the national college honor society, was one of 37 chapters in the nation to earn the society’s Star Chapter designation for the 2009-2010 academic year.
The award honors chapters for meeting several criteria: having a faculty sponsor and a student member at the annual national or regional convention; having a student presenter on the convention program; having a national scholarship or fellowship nominee; sponsoring a campus program with an academic emphasis; registering new members; and filing the annual chapter report.
Catawba’s Omicron Chapter of Alpha Chi was founded in May 1978 with the induction of 13 members. To date, more than 600 members have been inducted. Alpha Chi inducts no more than the top 10 percent of juniors and seniors from all academic fields. Founded in 1922, the society has active chapters at more than 300 colleges and universities in 45 states and Puerto Rico.
Faith Good Citizens, Deed Doers
Faith Elementary School January Good Citizens and Good Deed Doers.
Good Citizens: Megan Safrit, Hunter Martin, Lee Jarvis, Trent Overcash, Caroline Garner, Hope Hawkins, Jayden Strother, Emma Augustson, Ellie Wilhelm, Caleb Jarvis, Katlin Weddington, Adrianna Sanchez, Cody Elswick, Caleb Sikes, Tyler Wilhelm, Spencer Chandler, Heather Mauzy, Kailee Chapman, Alex Taylor, Tanner Nance, Trenton Hinson, Shane Bulla.
Good Deed Doers: Lilly Jarrett, Dillon McDaniel, Ella Doby, Emma Diaz, Mason Duncan, Karli Peeler, Jordan Jenkins, Livvie Hill, Alexander Head, Lillie Wieder, Marshall Steger, Gage Miller, Dixie Long, Megan Gilleran, Baron Wright, Jentry Lambert, Danielle Arlotta, Austin Reid, Emily Alessandrini, Zain Tucker, Kamryn Roe, Brycen Holshouser.
Granite Quarry stars
March Star Students at Granite Quarry Elementary School with the trait perseverance.
Bobby Brindle, Emanual Botello, Makenna Davis, Paige Toth, Hailey Fesperman, Grace Faller, Jaylin Thomas, Hannah Schwartz, Canyon Henning, Erika Lloyd, Emily Padgett, Paul Teodorovici, Grace Howell, Levi Peterson, Carlissa Marshall, Guadalupe Reyna Barajas, Icesis Nawafer, Anna Hedenskog, Darius Jackson, Teagan Johnson, Finch McMillin, Latasha Harvey, Siming Jia, Chase Frick, Thomas Miller, Cardin Nguyen.
Hurley all-A honor roll
Hurley Elmentary School all-A honor roll for the second quarter.
Third grade: Megyan Anglin, Candice Brucker, Densia Durmisevic, Jaxon Evans, Meredith Gaskill, Coby Grissom, Andrew Hare, Jonny Hassard, Ryan Hendrix, Tori Hester, Taron Lily, Ben King, Trevor Mervine, Micheal Molenda, Dustin Nance, Nicholas Peltz, Payton Proctor, Tanner Stamp, Carly Stiller, Katherine Sullivan, Kevin Sullivan, Mia Taggart.
Fourth grade: Roarke Burton, Caroline Kruger, Jacob Ralston, Ellen Simons.
Fifth grade: Zachary Chichester, Alex Ho, Ethan Knorr, Joe Steinman.
Hurley Good Citizens
The Good Citizens for January for Hurley Elementary School.
Kindergarten: Dalton Miller, Morlynne Kwekeh, Stella Sophia, Karla Rodriguez-Sanchez, Nathan Zimmerman.
First grade: Barbara Garnica, Maddy McDaniel, John David Miles, Shawntarria Neal, Jenna Wheeler.
Second grade: Randall Hatcher, Brianna Mutz, Amber Perez-Pavon, Allison Tuck, Taylor Walton.
Third grade: Jose Cervantes-Flores, Meredith Gaskill, Jaqurious Joseph, Dora Lopez-Molina, Daniel Velazquez.
Fourth grade: Carly Burleyson, Roarke Burton, Aldo Guerrero, Perrin Hatcher.
Fifth grade: Preston Eagle, Katie Ferguson, Alex Ho, Rachel Morales-Mendoza.
The following Isenberg Elementary School students were recently selected as February Great Gators for showing respect:
Pre-K: C.J. Sihler.
Kindergarten: Julian Beltran, Amber Bostian, Domonique Caviness, Daniel Escobar, Natavia Reid, Neveah Robinson, De’Andre Scott and Summer Walker.
First grade: Saniyah Beard, Dreda-Kiss Blakeney, Sylvia Glenn, Dylan Grubb, Maria Hunt, Amarion Smyre, Raeqwon Turner and Irina Zamora.
Second grade: Laura Carroll, La’Nyah Gaines, Isyss Gaskin, Channin Grant, Kevin Hayes and Devonte Lyerly.
Third grade: Dhe’Avion Blake, Gracie Henderson, Dashawn Jones, Kiyanna Jones, Katlyn Melton and Angy Ortiz.
Fourth grade: Robert Caldwell, Bronson Canon, Debrya Cooper, Kemuel Mauney, Nicole Montalvan, Abraham Montalvo, Brianna Moore, Kia Pharr and Bryanna Troutman.
Fifth grade: Haley Chuor, Emma Davidson, Nathaly Diaz, Keyshawn Eller, Kaevin Gaillard, Larry Hatfield, Jumie Robinson and Eric Sanchez.
During January, Knollwood Elementary School’s word of the month was courage. One student from each grade level who displayed the trait of courage was selected as the student of the month.
Kindergarten: Jennifer Ruby, Lopez Nava, Josue Labra, Lisandro Cardona, Joselyn Campechano Lopez, Joseph Giles, Sherlyn Chanez Bustillo.
First grade: Abigail Castillo, Tommy Torres-Flores, Alexandra Fuentes, Daniel Heredia-Aguilar, Isabella Jimenez.
Second grade: Kevin Lopez Nava, Janet Marthinez Trujillo, Cesar Campuzano-Moran, Axel Santiago-Torres, Claudia Retana Pineda, Courtney Lineberger, Hayley Madison Shore.
Third grade: Lamberto Pichardo Bautista, Kevin Gordillo-Cordero, Isatu Sowe, Gage Shiers, Diana Sanchez.
Fourth grade: Malaiya Singleton, Raul Soliz, Ocean Cabrera, Elvin Lopez Pacheco.
Fifth grade: Austin Livengood, Candice Jones, Cassandra Jones, Kevin Ochoa-Delacruz.
Landis Elementary Citizens of Month
Landis Elementary School recognizes the following students as Citizens of the Month for Febuary 2011.
Kindergarten: Abigail Finley, Selena Marquez Hernandez, Asia Locke and Yesenia Vela
First grade: Riley Brown, Kaylie Hucks, Ariel West and Dustin Green
Second grade: Zoey Nichols, Hunter Alfano, Casie Lambert, Alex Ceron and Kyle Darling
Third grade: Jacob Miller, Aleyana Littlejohn, Dalton Barnes, Braxton Burchette and Kyndal McGee
Fourth grade: Alberto Rodriquez, Brooklyn Beam, Carson Beck and Adeline Watson
Fifth grade: Drew McGee, James Hooper, John Jones and Madison Gentle
Millbridge Good Citizens for February
The following students have been named Good Citizens for the month of February at Millbridge Elementary School.
Kindergarten: Rylie Linn, Hunter Alewine, Bailey Linn, Nikkolas Bryant, Madison Hord, Drew Masingo, Danny Diederich, Emily Bare
First grade: Caelyn Michael, Taylor Darby, Lauren Haynes, Jonathan Hernandez, Makayla Waller, Joey Caraccio, Zoie Miller, Chase Martin, Rosty Menius, Adyson Sisk
Second grade: Jack Weaver, Jennifer Barrera, James Potts, Jay Rostro, Tyler Brown, Skyla Foster, Tyler Blacklin, Spring Milem
Third grade: Conner Belush, Damon Fuller, Madison Henry, Andrew Jackson, Jana McIntyre, Riley Webster, Trent Rivers, Kyndall Sellers
Fourth grade: Will Mabry, Morgan Koontz, Taylor Butler, Nick Lemire, Justin English, LeAnn Potst
Fifth grade: Jesse Baker, Makenzie Waller, Gaven Butler, AJ Smith, Isaac Lingle, Jaxon Miller, Matthew Huffman, Katherina Mysayakho, Joshua Morris
North Elementary honor roll
North Rowan Elementary School second quarter all-A honor roll.
Third grade: Kenneth Alvarado-Melgares, Hailey Boyer, Charisma Brown, Kerry Campion, Mackenna Clifton, Charles Durham, Trinity Jerge, Aundraya Johnson, Lashay Little, Gabrielle Sloan-May.
Fourth grade: Lakayla Birst, Nyanna Blakeney, Kevin Brizuela-Hernandez, Abby Buechler, Bessther Euceda-Alvarado, Spencer Everhart, Shayla Lackey, Joshua Mason, Caroline Monroe, Anna Nguyen, Dora Nunez-Romero, Jason Patton, Abbie Ranson, Taren Sherrill, McKenzie Shoaf, Quintous Smith, Rose Vang, Michael White Jr.
Fifth grade: Rochelle Bowman, Alexis Cortez, Leonel Espinoza, Russell “McGwire” Smith, Hannah Spry, Jacob Young.
North Good Citizens are based on courage
The following students were selected as Good Citizens at North Rowan Elementary for the month of February based on the character trait courage:
Shyanne Bryant, Summer Pike, Alexis Phillips, Aljawon Brown, Amy Euceda, Javon Smith, Diego Dela-Cruz, Cortarious Polk, Sydney Patton, Malikai Polk, Angelo Cervantes-Bautista, Dylan Bates, Jonathan Spry, Jacob Davis, Sierra Bryant, Nicole Phillips;
Jolie Savage, Sh’Tara Tyson, Caitlyn Perdue, Jaden Robertson, Brandon Bautista, Xander Malone, Lily Savage, Maliyah Ijames, Gabrielle Bell, Alex Fenner, Abby Smith, Trey Childers, Rose Vang, Stacy Thao, Matthew Fleming, Carolina Hawkins, Kenny Hooper, Hunter Evans;
Khalil Davis, Nathan Pant, Ze’lexia Vinson, Michael Geter, Christian Garcia, Faith Switzer, Yasmin Carrillo, Ta’Ryia McNeil, Quintous Smith, Alexis Mangus, Brandon Dalton, Michael Fisher, Emily Whitley, Demeturis Jefferies, Irvin Almaraz;
Gabby Imbert, Tallya Rhodes, Brighton Barker, Kanyan Mingo, Daphne Robinson, Javon Cowan, Madisyn Smith, Nicholas Colson, Carlos Romero, Ja’Leel Pemberton, Jasmine Lara Martinez, Holly Goad, Tysair Mathis, Tyquavious Caldwell;
Kevin Hernandez, Derek Hanson, Taylor Bailey, Kunius Pruitt, Joshua Portillo-Lopez, Ja’myiah Foster, Isaac Cline, Graison MCorkle, Enola Sanchez, Ikeriah Shields, Tahliya Rhodes, Everette Brewington, Emarion McGorda, Riely House, Destiny Mendoza, Theodore Luther.
Overton all-Ahonor roll
The second quarter all-A honor roll at Overton Elementary School.
Luke Brady, Gabriela Fisher, Annie Leonard, Jonnesha McEntyre, Yennifter Ortiz, Brandon Richmond, Gavin Shehan, Brandon White, Anna Grace Wooly, Elle Kennedy, Brianna Hargrove, Sydney Sims, Ava Holtzman, Ian Walser, David Holden, Briggs Hudson, Kiera Cherry, Alli Green, Brian Engwall, Jared Hensley, Juliana Peele, Simon Post, Callie Kirchin.
Leak serves as page
Traci Leak, a student at Salisbury High School, recently served as a page for the North Carolina House of Representatives.
She is the granddaughter of Joseph and Maggie Blackwell of Salisbury and was sponsored by Rep. Harry Warren (R-Rowan).
Speaker of the House Thom Tillis (R-Mecklenburg) appoints the pages and introduces each one to members and citizens in the House gallery at the start of each week during Monday night’s session.
For decades, the State House has relied on the service of pages, who help deliver bills and amendments for representatives during daily House sessions and committee meetings, offer assistance in individual representatives’ offices and run errands around the legislature.
Pages spend a week at the General Assembly assisting members and their staff and learning about the structure of North Carolina government.
Honor Roll students at Shive
The following students were recognized in the Awards Assembly held on Feb. 16 for the all-A honor roll:
Second grade: Dawson Goodman, Kierston Drye, Luke Dulin, Braulio Garcia-Aldaco, Kyla Goughenour, Liza Simmerson, Chelsea Skeens, Joshua Teeter, Greyson Trexler, Bryson Shive, Megan Grubb, Lacey Stowe.
Third grade: Kassidy Voyles, Brennan Dwinell, Garrett Jacobs, Mason Heard, Austin Jackson.
Fourth grade: Savannah Winters, C.T. Freeman, Vallie Vasquez.
Fifth grade: Austin Burchette, Abigail Cole, O’Shannus Wood, Madison York, Matthew Caldwell, Trey Dry, Kenan Hartung, Tanner Jackson, Carson Sifford, Lindsay York, Gabi Jolly.
SHS homecoming kings
The senior class of Salisbury High School selected Romar Morris and Alex Weant as kings for the winter homecoming. The senior class selected the two from a court of 14 senior males. This is the first time in history there was a tie for homecoming king.
Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Morris, plans to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Weant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Weant, also plans to attend UNC-Chapel Hill.
Woodleaf names Good Citizens for February
Woodleaf Elementary School would like to congratulate the following students who have been selected as Good Citizens for the month of February for demonstrating the character trait of responsibility.
Kindergarten: Abigail King, Landon Barber, Jordan Eller, Alex Haga, Christa Silvia, Elizabeth Martinez-Hernandez, Jakaii Alexander, Justin McDaniel, Landon Breslin, Kileyah Athey and Robbie Corker.
First grade: Katelynn Jenkins, Roman Angel, Austin Caldwell, Madelyn Guevara, T.J. Michel, Breanna Taylor, Bryan Vazquez-Sanchez, Casey Gouge and Chance Jones.
Second grade: Haley Correll, Bayleigh Miller, Stephanie Roque-Barcenas, Victor Alonso, Kylee Creech, Virginia Carcamo, Hannah Daniels and Joseph Rackett.
Third grade: Caleb Barbee, Caroline Harrill, Colton Evans, Madison Turner, Greyson Snyder, Sollei Basinger, Colby Menius and Tinsleigh Myers.
Fourth grade: Jennifer De-La-Cruz, Dreama Corriher, Ryan Josey, Payne Stolsworth, Jessica Hall, Jyquan Foster, Thomas Ratliff and Alicen Church.
Fifth grade: Deven Jahnke, Devan Simmerson, Madison Jones, Cody Hamm, Branson Barber, Anthony Carter, Dillon Simpson, Jacob Webb and Michael Walls.
Ministry offersmission opportunitiesto teens
Jonathan Eckmann, Clearview Christian Academy senior, and Hank Dahl traveled to Columbia International University last month to promote Reign Ministries, an organization that offers Christian summer mission trips, discipleship training schools and youth ministry training for students ages 13 to 18.
Dahl is a full-time staff member for Reign Ministries.
They spoke to a freshmen class learning how to develop youth ministries.
Royal Servants, a branch of Reign Ministries, takes middle, high school and college students around the world on summer-long mission trips. During the trips, students develop spiritual disciplines to mature and grow closer to Jesus Christ.
Dahl spoke of the changes he has seen in the lives of students as a leader, while Eckmann shared testimony as a student who went to China through Royal Servants.
They hope the stories of great life changes they shared inspired students to either go on a trip themselves or promote the organization at the churches where they intern.
They also traveled around Columbia and Charleston, speaking to youth pastors and students, building relationships and introducing Reign Ministries.
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