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Three from area to attend Girls State
Faith American Legion Unit 327 Auxiliary has selected three area citizens to attend the 72nd Session of Tar Heel Girls State June 12-18 at Catawba College.
This year’s rising seniors are Nanci Rose Lefko of East Rowan High School; Emily Lauren Marohn of Carson High School; and Jan Moffit Sitterson of Carson High School.
Attendees at Girls State are addressed by top North Carolina government leaders; participate in development of two fictitious political parties including party platforms, campaigns and conventions, culminating with statewide election of a slate of state officers; and use parliamentary procedure to conduct all sessions, including legislative assemblies where bills and resolutions are drafted for General Assembly.
Highlights of the week include installation of state officers, a talent show and Girls State Chorus.
Girls State is sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary Department of North Carolina.
Park Scholar
Catherine Thriveni of Salisbury, a senior at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, is one of four students at the school to receive North Carolina State University’s Park Scholarship.
She is the daughter of Pius and Nice Thriveni of Salisbury.
The Park Scholarship pays all expenses for four years of undergraduate study, summer enrichment programs, a computer and offers the availability of research grants and summer enrichment opportunities.
Since the school’s first graduating class in 1982, NCSSM has had 50 Park winners since the award began in 1996, including 14 in the past five years.
Hurley Good Citizens
The Good Citizens for February for Hurley Elementary School include:
Kindergarten: Charles Brucker, Anthony Burnett, Denise Camacho-Garcia, Sidney Hare, Landon Jacobs.
First grade: Alivia Arnez, Alexis Carter, Bela Hall, Alan Hernandez, Christian Sandoval-Simon.
Second grade: Nicole Bass, Nathan Gorell, Anthony Mercado-Molino, Janayia Phifer, Parker Westbrook.
Third grade: Tori Hester, Talatha Jones, Teresa Lopez, Elijah Oakley, Jennifer Morales-Mendoza.
Fourth grade: Makayla Bringle, Maria Nava-Cervantes, Harrison Parrott, Austin White.
Fifth grade: Deisy Carbajal-Lopez, Tyamber Everhart, Ethan Knorr, Emily Maxey.
Koontz Good Citizens
February Good Citizens at Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Elementary:
Ruby Delasancha, Jaylan Everhart, Keyshawn Breedlove, Whitney Dyer, Azriel Simpson, Alfreda Chea, Cameron Corpeaning, Aaron Honeycutt, Noah Walker, Eliana Deluca, Nina Sloan, Eric Guiterez-Carabjal, Breyonce Wright, Kaden Tanksley, Gabriel Kincaid, Trinitee Robinson, Jefferson Hernandez-Garcia, Nicole Duarte-Chavez, Christian Hunter, Shamarion Hooker, Jania Bolder, Varney Farhnbullah, Daisha Foster, Steven Gonzalez, Brianna McCullough, Anette Hildago, Dalton Trembley, Janyse Wilson, Shatia Fewell, Raven Gaines, Alex Albarran, Keandrea Jackon, Raemun Cameron, Jaylin Salter, Jaden Soliz, TaKnowledge Crawford, Tenijah Smith, Tyler Jones, Roberta Moulton, Irma Cruz, Cristian Gonzalez, Jordan Walker, Emily Free, Lavoante Archie, Quannaseh Mack, Sallie Kimba, Lindsay Elmore, Diamond Osbourne, Rainey Dunham, Zalyn Chawlk.
Landis Citizens of the Month
Landis Elementary Citizens of the Month for March:
Kindergarten: Jakobe Padgett, Emma Berg, Kaitlyn Berg, Brannon Gulledge and Bryce Herrmann.
First grade: MaKalyn Ramseur, Vanessa Zarco, Alex Fike, Kiya Horne and Emma Howard.
Second grade: Coleman Bready, Abigail Gaddis, Julio Jaramillo, Savannah Finley and Eden Roberson.
Third grade: Destiny Royce, Kady Arellanes-Lorenzo, Stephanie Lemus, Sara Peffer and Emmanuel Sanchez.
Fourth grade: Cecilia Gonzalez, Jeveyon Kluttz, Isaiah Burkett and Anna Blume.
Fifth grade: Seanna Golladay, Karen Rivas, Anthony Hall and Brett Amburn.
North Good Citizens
The following students were selected as good citizens at North Rowan Elementary for March based on the character trait integrity:
Shania Brown, Alexander Brown, Carlos Romero, Jennifer Dela Cruz, Cathy Chipman, Kadrian Smith, Christian Castro, Dylan Connolly, Devon Bowley, Victoria White, Koby Debose, Mackenna Clifton, Alison Reyes, Isaac Cline, Trinity Gladden, Jamaria Crawford, Myia Bradley, Unique Barnes, Jose Gonzalez, Khalil Davis, Isaiah Montgomery, Nuna Herh, Mandi Stoyanov, Teira Woods, Ta’Ryia McNeil, Madisen Williams, Spencer Gettys, Angela Day, Sean Brown, Nayuanna Glenn, Lashay Little, Nasir Luckey, Madison Suehr, Caelan Stinson, Raphael Bautista, Ikeirah Shields, Emily Campsey, Gracyce Morris, Jeslyn Nunez, Brandon Bautista Carrillo, Azaria Elder, Javeon Foster, Xander Malone, Gabriella Martinez, Joseph Hartman, Alexia Athey, Chase Shoaf, Jaylen Reid, Teresa Martinez, Cortarious Polk, Kaylee Armenteros, Mallory Braun, Reda Ferguson, Olivia White, Kerry Campion, Courtney Thomas, Jewel Brown, Jorden Sanchez, Cortez Watkins, Selene Albarran, Peyton Thorneburg, Jordan Readling, Shayra Dok, Jacob Perdue, Kelvin Flores, Ali Khatib, Kaylin Hill, Jeremiah Williams, Abby Smith, Caroline Monroe, Nyanna Blakeney, Joshua Mason, Trinity Jerge, Kariah Whitner, Katona Stewart, Olivia Gelow, Camille Cunningham, Hunter Smith, Jennifer Siller, Hunter Evans, Enoch Kamili, Jazmin Rogel, Zoe Miller, Noah Williams, Brittany Ellis.
Customer service nominees
Rowan-Salisbury School System employees may be nominated to receive the Customer Service Award, which recognizes employees for achieving excellent customer service.
Anyone may nominate an RSS employee for this honor. Employees nominated for February are:
Bostian Elementary: Amy Roberts, EC department; Tara Parker, Christine Barringer, Jeanette Clark.
Granite Quarry Elementary: Joyce Stirewalt, child nutrition.
Corriher-Lipe Middle: Millette Mills.
Erwin Middle: Carl Snider, Bobby Eddleman.
Mike Austin, maintenance department, energy management; Robert Morris, maintenance department; Rita Foil, public information office;
Rockwell Elementary: Principal Laura Kerr.
West Rowan Middle: Diann Barnett, transportation; Sarah Azzarello.
West Rowan High School: Erin Shelton.
Sacred Heart Good Citizens
Good Citizens for the first semester at Sacred Heart Catholic School:
Kindergarten: Parker Jenkins, Trip Jones, Gianna Patella, Bryan Monnell, Megan Meyers, Catherine Metz, Karla Cruz, Eryn Smith, Lillian Rattz and Courtney Williams.
First grade: Sutton Webb, Riley Dillon, Jackie Steenwyk, Nick Antosek, Gabe Dufour, Ella Trainor, Clara Bean, Will Koontz, Ben Childress and Mary Blake Nobles.
Second grade: Caroline Clark, Patrick Rattz, Cecelia Nobles, Mary Grace Metz, Hannah Conway, Matt Frank, Zach Proctor, Madison Jones, Virgnia Moye Robertson and Caroline Cardelle.
Third grade: Korey Glover, Claire Allen, Carter Jenkins, Juan Salazar and Kailah Johnson.
Fourth grade: Spencer Blackwell, Mary Sobataka, Elizabeth Ann Graeber, Ali Gerig and Jack Fisher.
Fifth grade: Melvin Bonilla, Leah Wyrick, Keegan Dillon, Walker Shellhorn and Abbey Key.
Sixth grade: Hannah Gannon, Seth Wolter, Adam Habeeb, Will Casmus and William Clark.
Seventh grade: Gabriel Gomez, Makayla Dillon, Kayla Honeycutt, Mimi Webb and Chloe Burks.
Eighth grade: Chandler Blackwell, Iris Bonilla, Katie Gannon, Christian Hester and Stephen Mazur.

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