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Shoutouts

Dole Good Citizens
E. Hanford Dole Elementary School March Good Citizens:
Pre-kindergarten: Donovon Cline, Daniel Martin.
Kindergarten: NiíKyvia Sifford, Amari McArthur, DeíLijah Carpenter, Dyanara Corrales, Makayla Johnson, Nazerion Stinson, Ian Castelvecchi, Mattie Pope.
First grade: Dommetrius Howell, Makaii Blackwell, Karlae Tovar-Garcia, Jamesche Walker, Emma Callahan, Cheenou Yang, Odet Trijillo, Lake Donaldson.
Second grade: Mahogony Mashore, Tkaii Gaither, Darlissa Robbins, Mary Gainey, Jason Cox, Joezzie McKenna, Trevor Loflin, Wanda Crain.
Third grade: Jared Ashbaugh, Kahlil Sims, Naudia Carter, Gabrielle White, Gillian Corum, Brooklyn Ruff, Myana Mashore, Fanisha Anderson.
Fourth grade: Shamira Wright, Tyzai Lyles, Jmarius Cline, Tyshenna Turner, Rhiannon Standard, Jaylen Guiterrez Albarran, Dayjuwon Cooke, Chioma Osakwe.
Fifth grade: Coby Weant, Brandie Grimm, Adaysha Pruitt, Alijah Broom, Bryson Weaver, Angelique Scialdone, Jada Jackson, Austin Oakley, Alex Beije.
All-county bandclinic Friday andSaturday
Thirty North Rowan High and North Middle school band students have been selected to participate in the Rowan-Salisbury All-County Honors Band.
Those chosen from the North High Band include Brittany Henderson, Aaron Cheshire, Meredith Shuping, Jon Standard, Rafe Harrison, Josh Price, Alex Gilland, CJ Mowery, Rebekah Holland, Alex Billingsley, Valerie Miller, Evan OíNeal, Brandon Snider, Michael Downum, Brittany Cheshire, Neegbah Reeves, Austin Snider and Meredith Sokolowski.
North Middle Band students chosen include Marissa Wood, Shenelle Hudson, Megan Braun, Courtney Wright, Chenoa Taffa, Dhestini Cummingham, Caroline Billingsley, Teaya Teasley, Samantha Soublet, Bryn Gilland, Jacob Mowbray and Josh Phillips.
The All County Band clinic will be held Friday and Saturday at Carson High School.
Dawn Perry and Michael Howell will be guest conductors for the honor bands.
The concert will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Carson auditorium and is free to the public.
The North Rowan Bands are under the direction of Andrew Howe and Keith Howe.
Nursing degree
Kimberlee Davis of Salisbury has received her bachelor of science degree in nursing from Western Governors University (www.wgu.edu).
The university held its semi-annual commencement ceremony in Salt Lake City on Feb. 12.
Shive kings and queens
The following Ethan H. Shive Elementary School students were recognized for their King and Queen behavior for February: Tyler Lambert, Jonah Moore, Nicholas Hill, Madison Kirkman, Emily Rattler, Haleigh Mitchell, Annavey Gaultney, Makenzie Craig, Madison Cross, Amber Scarborough, Kaleigh Brigman, Nash Parham, Kendall Miller, Nathan Diggs, Mack Goodman, Morgan Duncan, Taylor Siernerth, Brandon Haas, Jacob Cain, Haley Holshouser, Andrew Coker, Riley Leavonworth, Wesley Barnes and Krischan Haas.
GTCC honors lists
Guilford Technical Community College has recognized the academic accomplishments of students during the fall 2010 semester.
Below are area residents.
Presidentís list
Lexington ó Richard Cole, Oudomseila Leng, Amy Lowe, Cory Maxwell and Donald Shaw.
New London ó Judith Hobson.
Salisbury ó Jason Woods.
Woodleaf ó Marvin Melchor.
Deanís list
China Grove ó Nolan Rodgers.
Mocksville ó Nolan Allen.
Salisbury ó Lauren Hall, Despina Mourouzidis, Quardarius Simpson and Gregory Sims.

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