Good Citizens of the Month at Bostian
The staff of Bostian Elementary would like to recognize the following students for standing out as good citizens for this month. These students have all gone above and beyond what is expected of them at school.
Kindergarten: Bailey Fisher, C.J. Semcho, Hunter Wilhelm, Lonna Addison, Shaun Pell, Kandus Kimball, Reagan Carpenter, Madison Lemonds, Madison McCraw, Johnny Dobrican, Billy Weddington, Lillie Shapley.
First grade: Carter Dowd, Ryan Maltba, Jordan Cline, Faith Elmore, Alex Madden, Madalynn McKnight.
Second grade: Cassidy Barringer, Brianna Degraw, Kyle Juchno, Taylor Myers.
Third grade: Nathaniel Kimball, Chandra Johnson, Kayla Draughn, Juan Espinoza, Leita Davis, Kayla DeNicholas, Timothy Freeze.
Fourth grade: Tommy Holmes, Mitchell Juchno, Alexia Barrera, Josh Madden, Olivia Weatherby, Zoie Lee, Dylan Johnson.
Fifth grade: Blake Blackmon, Montana Gurganious, Esmeralda Ramirez, Dane Huneycutt, Sarah Singleton, Anthony Doby.
Athletic training students recognized
Two Catawba College students who are majoring in athletic training were recently recognized.
Senior Sydney Cox of Statesville had an article published in the March issue of the “International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training.” The article was titled, “Case Review: Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis in a College Golfer.”
Sophomore Josh Swaim of Jonesville won the North Carolina Health Occupations Students of America competition (the sport medicine part) held in late March in Greensboro. Swaim will represent North Carolina at the national competition this summer in Anaheim, Calif.
Cleveland Good Citizens
Good Citizens for March from Cleveland Elementary School:
Kindergarten: Cecilia Viera-Atwell, Dillan Readling, Destiny Davis, Katelynn Nottingham, Cheyenne Otwell, Patty Seaman.
First: Jonique Staton, Anderson Pruett, William Kirwin, Anna Coxey.
Second: Caden Goodman, Keniya Miller, Cheyenne Seaman, Beau Butterfield, Lucero Mercado, Pressley Greene, Elija Thompson.
Third: Jaela Smith, Madelynn Smith, Beatrice Landaverde-Fajardo, Savana Carpenter, Maryfer Maldonado, Grace Blackwelder, Danny Pence.
Fourth: Cade Sells, Mary Brown, Katie Prince, Isous Aprea, Savannah Henderson, Felicity Church.
Fifth: Paige Barber, Lexy Lemly, Megan Brown, Brandon Mattison, Braelyn Faust, Robert Yount.
East rifle team takes first place in competition
The East Rowan Rifle Team recently traveled to the shooting range at Rowan County Wildlife Association for a rifle competition.
Along with East Rowan, North Iredell and Anson High School also came out to compete.
The East Rowan A-Team took first place overall with a combined score of 924.
B-Team placed second overall with a combined score of 917.
Special recognition was given to Thor Wright and Samuel Lakey.
Thor Wright received the top standing trophy with a score of 83 . He also received individual high firer with a cumulative score of 251.
Lakey received top prone with a 94 and top kneeling with an 84.
The next meet will be at Anson High School.
Members of the East Rowan Rifle Teams include:
• A-Team: Wright, Amy Carlton, Lakey and Alex Owens
• B-Team: David Harwood, Brandon Gardner, Miranda Harding and Hannah Dixon
• C-Team: Ashlyn White, Nolan Klutz, Brian Mattox, and Cody Cordell
Faith Good Citizens
Faith Elementary Good Citizens:
Sabrina Reid, Zander Farmer, Nathan Hoffman, Nicole Trump, Haven Hobbs, Grace Dunn, Ronda Miller, Brodie Johnson, Dylan Driver, Trinity Rhinier, Brandon Duvall, Tiffani Logan, Anna Grace Hudson, Rebecca Gonzalez, Jayten Snider, Corbin Pate, Matt Messina.
Good Deed Doers: Ben Grubbs, Kyler Thomas, Matthew Saxon, Lennin Cabrera, Gunnar Michael, Daniel Overcash, Gavin Drye, Ben Klein, Ethan Lundy, Christian Webster, Christian Styers, Kayleigh Hill, Tayler Kimmer, Ben Shoemaker, Kassidy King, Justin Peeler, Ally Wilhelm.
Granite Quarry stars
April Star Students at Granite Quarry Elementary School, with the character trait courage:
Elaina Grant, Joy Josey, Griffin Smith, Katherine Otten, Zachary Yuhas, Kaceyann Robbins, Ethan Collum, Drew Walker, Garrison Kepley, Mykeria Adkins, William Allen, Alec Martin, William Garland, Brooke Rose, Patrick Howard, Brendan Hawley, Jaheim Brown, Rebekah Taylor, Leah Sanders, Jason Conte, Courtney Plummer, Hunter Billings, Gema Perales, Steven Barajas, Jarrell Imes.
Gray Stone honor roll
Gray Stone Day School has announced its third quarter all-A honor roll.
Ninth grade: Jordan DeJaco, Caroline McLeod, Taylor Morris, Caby Styers, Jennie Wagner, Maria Weber.
10th grade: Lea Efird, Elizabeth Harvell, Catherine Harward, William Howland, Daniel Lin, Ria Sethi, Jenna Stamey.
11th grade: Meredith Allen, Janna Featherstone, Abby Ferrell, Ashley Lambert, Hunter Latimer.
12th grade: Rachel Bangle, Cassidy Helms, John Scarboro, Eldon Zacek.
Isenberg Good Citizens
The following students were recently recognized as March Great Gators for displaying responsibility:
Kindergarten: Adamma Anukwuem, Jacob Casey, Brooklyn Mann, Helen Moscoso, Samaya Perry, Eduardo Reyes, Jahneva Rogers and Quentrell Stevenson.
First grade: Lesther Baca, Saniyah Beard, David Burton, Kireyah Evans, Dillon Luttrell, David Romero, Tristian Summers and Jacob Walker.
Second grade: Nathan Brown, Marcelis Davis, Muye Hunt, Zaria King, Jace Pittman, Jairese Simpson and Kelley Walton.
Third grade: Jada Ellis, Keron Hernandez, Jaiwan Poole, Jonathan Setser, Madison Summers and Jasmine Washington.
Fourth grade: Jala Davis, Kemuel Mauney, Deja Phillippe, Raven Pledger, Dykira Ruffin, Chania Tabor and Alisson Villegas.
Fifth grade: Tyenna Krider, Jose Martinez, Brynn Moore, Jeremiah Smith, Josh Stiller and Deandrea Vinson.
Miller to serve as coordinator
Emma Miller, the 2007 valedcitorian of Salisbury High School, will be serving the Duke Catholic Center as the Peer Ministry Coordinator for the 2011-12 academic year.
Miller, a psychology major, has been involved in a number of activities in the Duke Catholic Center, and is looking forward to serving the Catholic community at Duke.
“Being an active member of the Catholic community at Duke has shaped me, giving my faith both maturity and strength,” Miller said. “It’s something for which I’m grateful daily, and I want to help bring the same opportunity to all the Catholic students on campus.”
The Peer Ministry Coordinator (PMC) is a one year residential volunteer position, working directly with student leaders in the planning and implementation of programming for the Duke Catholic Center.
Knollwood student honorable mention at science fair
Cameron Sadler, a fourth- grader at Knollwood Elementary School, won an honorable mention Gold Medal March 26 at the N.C. Science & Engineer Fair at Meredith College in Raleigh.
There were 168 elementary representatives from across the state, with only 24 plaques/medals to be awarded; 12 of those were plaques for exemplary projects and the other 12 for gold medals for honorable mentions.
Cameron went on to the county level at Horizons Unlimited. From there, he was chosen to compete in the Region 6A Science Fair.
At the regionals, he won Gold Medal, Project of Distinction, Jr. Scientist Award, and was chosen to be a representative at the N.C. State Science Fair.
The master of ceremonies was Phil Kirk of Rowan County.
Cameron’s project was “What Common Household Liquid Will Rust Metal the Fastest.”
Cameron’s parents are Will and Kim Sadler of Salisbury. His grandparents are Gary and Pam Bass of Mt. Ulla and John and Rebecca Sadler of Rolesville. Cameron’s brother is a second-grader at the school. Cameron’s teacher is Chelsea Cassels.