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Bostian Elementary All-A honor roll
The following students were recently named to the all- A honor roll for the fourth quarter:
Second grade ó Cassidy Barringer, Ben Bauer, Andrew Beaver, Landan Beaver, Sarah Carter, Emily Dills, Salem Fleming, David Graham, Sydney Hardman, Corie Jones, Kyle Juchno, Jadyn Kirkpatrick, Ryan Rayfield, Anna Rymer, Parker Steele, Cameron Yates.
Third grade ó Robert Barringer, Will Bivens, Thomas Bost, Elijah Carpenter, Kate Carter, Olivia Gardner, Jacob Horner, Nathaniel Kimball, Victoria Post, Gracie Thomason, Hannah Turpin.
Fourth grade ó Cheyenne Aldridge, Bryson Bebber, Andrew Bradshaw, Lauren Dowd, Brynne Hardman, Nathan Johnson, Riley Johnson, Hannah Jones, Daniel Pell, Ainsley Moore, Kelsie Ritchie, Cade Rodgers, Carter Rodgers,Kiersten Smith.
Fifth grade ó Devin Gay, Shea Hardman, Chloe Kirkpatrick, Emma Milem, Ian Ramirez, Rylie Stewart, Kaitlyn Stout.
Hurley Elementary All-A honor roll
The following Hurley Elementary School students made all As during the fourth quarter:
Third grade ó Joshua Allman, Keegan Bowes, Densia Durmisevic, Jaxon Evans, Coby Grissom, Andrew Hare, Jonathan Hassard, Jean Holman, Ben King, Taron Lilly, Trevor Mervine, Dustin Nance, Nicholas Peltz, Payton Proctor, Tanner Stamp, Carly Stiller, Katherine Sullivan, Kevin Sullivan, Mia Taggart.
Fourth grade ó Timmothy Boyd, Roarke Burton, Atticus Doyle, Kayleigh Hare, Amanda Hassard, Caroline Kruger, Abe Long, Scout Nichols, Harrison Parrott, Jacob Ralston, Hans Roemer, Brianna Saelinger, Ellen Simons.
Fifth grade ó Zachary Chichester, Jonah Evans, Alex Ho, Ethan Knorr, Emily Maxey, Joe Steinman, Sydney Taylor.
Isenberg All-A honor roll
The following Isenberg Elementary students were recently named to the All-A Honor Roll for the fourth quarter:
Second grade ó Isaiah Clay, Marcelis Davis, Chidera Dimkpa, LaíNyah Gaines, Messiah Robinson, Jamir Tucker, Kelley Walton and Alisha Zaidi.
Third grade ó Slaven Brborovic, Ikechi Dimkpa, Elijah Edmonds, Thomas Gushlaw, Gracie Henderson, Madison Summers and Samantha Ulven.
Fourth grade ó Kiara Pharr, Deja Phillippe, Amia Torrence and Bryanna Troutman.
Fifth grade ó Haley Chuor, Long Le and Josh Stiller.
Koontz Elementary good citizens
Good citizens were chosen at Koontz Elementary School:
Orlando Hernandez, Sincer Martin, Allie Jones, John Yang, Noah Edminston, Gabrielle Hailey, Aden Castor, Lainy Cordova Osorio, Abigail Wahl, Joshua Gillespie, Natalie Lippard, Bradley Jimenez-Reyes, Sage Huffman, Brooke Riggs, Nala Hughes, Gabrielle Jones, Saveyon Lyerly, Brianna Rodriquez, Jazmine Simon, Nigel McManus, Jordan Lawson, Atavia Blakeney, Grace Kenyon, Allania Jackson, Dwykil Betton, Kyla Moss, Shianne Judan, Tudia Cowan, Kalya Ramano, Delemarrae Brown, Daniel Tinajero, Trionna Lynch, Keajia Wright, Zara Huffman, Nautica Patterson, Diamond Osbourne, Zecariah Garrison, Alazaion Jackson, Irma Cruz, Jose Flores, Adaziah Anderson, Mary Stoelting, Yisel Rivas-Pachco, Nia Lovell, Emily Free.
Landis Elementary honor roll
The following students have been named to the all-A honor roll for the fourth quarter at Landis Elementary School:
Third grade: Ashanti Knox, Alyssa Ward, Nadiya Wilson, Katie Blackwell, Nolan Eudy, Steven Starks and Alex Pelaez.
Fourth grade: Mikayla Roark, Sarah Christy, Sara Fulton, Imani Moore, Mallory Weast, Madison Allman, Anna Blume, Gabriel Duncan, Maverick Page, Jillian Rippey, Karen Salamanca, Haley Sloop and Adeline Watson.
Fifth grade: Patrick Brooks, Bailey Graham, Haley Howerton, Taylor Morgan, Brooke Royal, Logan Weaver, Dalton Williams and Addison Wise.
Meredith graduation, deanís list
Meredith College held its spring commencement on May 9 in the McIver Amphitheater on Meredithís campus.
Meredith alumnae Gretchen Holt Witt, co-founder of Cookies for Kidsí Cancer, gave the commencement address. Witt is a 1989 graduate of Meredith. In a speech titled ěSimple Gifts,î Witt shared with the audience her experiences when her son, Liam, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma four years ago.
Area graduates include:
Mocksville ó Ellen Suzanne Carter, BA, summa cum laude.
Salisbury ó Margo Jeanne Alfieri, BA, magna cum laude; Mary Elizabeth Fisher, BS, cum laude; Zua Lor, BS.
Deanís list
Kannapolis ó Allison Lauren Dupont, Alissa Renee Pollack.
Mocksville ó Ellen Suzanne Carter.
Mooresville ó Stephanie Hyppolite, Molly Diane Markley.
Salisbury ó Margo Jeanne Alfieri, Mary Elizabeth Fisher, Zua Lor.
Gold Hill ó Linley Elizabeth Evans.
MillbridgeElementary all-Ahonor roll
The following studenta made all As during the fourth quarter at Millbridge Elementary School:
Third grade ó Bethany Artz, Star Dula, Jana McIntyre, Bella Readling, Sydney Borst, Andrew Jackson, Brooke Morrison, Christopher Allman, Alicia Whitson, Jonathan LaCross, Payton Sloop, Abigail Wilson, Dylan Hobday, Peyton Rohletter, Corbin Bolick, Cindy Connolly, Jenna Fisher, Lauren Hayes, Jagger Kirk, Meredith Swaim, Mitchell Tipton.
Fourth grade ó Mallory Challis, Andrew Jones, Morgan Miller, Alina Schroyer, Riley Hunter, Matthew Licata, Zane Tutterow, Allison Williams, Jessica Winkler, Karley Wood, Bailee Elliott, Morgan Koontz, Riley Owens, Chloe Patterson, Lauren Shell, Gracie Warden, Jordan Watts.
Fifth gradeó Francis Caraccio, Connor Childers, Austin Cole, Grace Fisher, Emma Frost, Madyson Jenkins, Alexandra Linder, Tommy Walters, Ben Zino, Brianna Haynes, Emily Winecoff, McKenna Caudill, Riley Corriher, Chloe Cox, Emma Ellams, Kaleb Isenhour, Hailey Overcash, Jesse Baker, Caleb Faulk, Mckenzie Upright, Katelyn Hobday, Aaron Kendall, Jolee Smith.
UNC AshevilleDeanís List
The following local students have been named to UNC Asheville’s spring 2011 Dean’s List: Hannah Marie Roseman of China Grove, Nelia Hamby of Kannapolis, Desiree Joel Tate of Salisbury,
The Dean’s List is made up of full-time students who have achieved between 3.5 and 3.99 grade point average.
Koontz Elementary all-A honor roll
The following studenta made all As during the fourth quarter at Koontz Elementary School:
Sarah Grooms, Janae Cowan, Hannah Wahl, Jake Carlton, Kristy Yang, Kayla Ramono, Shalonte Hancock, Jenifer Castillo, Horacio Cruz, Joel Davies, Leah Davies, Olivia Gregory, Roxana Henriquez, Nathan Hooper, Cristian Gonzalez Hernandez, Camille Morgan, Yisel Rivas Pacheco, Emily Free.
North RowanElementarygood citizens
The following students were selected as good citizens at North Rowan Elementary for May and June based on the character trait self discipline:
Faith Switzer, Diana Vega, Saige Johnson, Trey Childers, Jaden Perry, Jessiany Lucio, JD Hager, McKenna Clifton, Justin Hughes, Madison Suehr, Jamarian Hamilton, Jose Alonso, Myia Bradley, Malachi Chambers, Jared Wetzler, Kileyah Athey, Hayley Lash, David Pruitt, Michael Barnes, Perry Whisnant, Jasmin Lara Martinez, TaíRyia McNeil, Chase Shoaf, BilíLizah Connor, Lakayla Birst, Bessther Euceda, Yoselin Carrillo, Hailey Boyer, Matthew Fleming, Nashid Tabb, Dillon Temple, Jolie Savage, Grayce Morris, Elliot Smith, Chloee Stoner, BreAsia Ellis, Elijah Powell, Abigail Campion, Sawaha Wilson, Oscar Montoya, Dalton Connolly, Anna Nguyen, Dora Nunez, Ernesto Jaramillo, Caleb Bell, Raven Mowbray, Shawn Wilhoit, Scarlett Whisnant, Kerry Campion, Jose Juarez-Hernandez, Jorden Sanchez, Kelly Martinez, Nathan Pant, Danny Murphy, Hannah Johnson, Azarea Miller, Mady Smith, Autumn Kamili, Evan Selleck, Lorenzo Albarran, Holly Goad, Roselin Perdomo, Tyquavious Caldwell, Deyvi Montoya, Ethan Cantu, Anna Evans, Makayla Mason, Arlene Albarran, Nyhandra Polk, Romello Cowan, Dasha Boger, Ikeriah Shields, Rochelle Bowman, Karrina Bradley, Peyton Thorneburg, Ty Buechler, Destiny Cathcart, Javon Cowan, Summer Pike, Sadie Earnhardt, Zion Milton, Yasmin Carrillo, Kendrell Goodes, Logan Stoner, Calvin Reliford, Shayla Lackey, Jahaad Chambers, Dylan Bates, Heather Dellinger, Tristan Hogan, Damon Jefferson, Mariah Bridges, Caitlyn Perdue, Zelexia Vinson, Dominic Clodfelter, Kimberly Flores.
UNCA honors lists
The University of North Carolina at Asheville has released its deanís and chancellorís lists.
The chancellorís list is made up of full-time students who have achieved a 4.0 grade point average. The deanís list is made up of full-time students who have achieved between 3.5 and 3.99 grade point average.
Salisbury ó Daniel Ray Roberts Resner, chancellorís list; Desiree Joel Tate, deanís list.
Spencer ó Lauren Elizabeth Brown, deanís list.
Kannapolis ó Nelia Hamby, deanís list.
Mocksville óAlex William Appelt, deanís list; Carrie Elizabeth Miller, deanís list.
Mooresville ó Kenton Wayne Bell, deanís list; Amanda Leigh Berry, chancellorís list; Nathan Mathis Culberson, deanís list; Sadie Nicole Graham, deanís list; Ashton Delaine Hale, deanís list; Katherine M. Knutsen, deanís list; Kenny William Paradiso, deanís list; Megan Elizabeth Rabuck, deanís list; Kelsey Danielle Ridenour, deanís list; Brittany Ellen Steiner, deanís list.
Ward a page
Jacob Ward, a student at East Rowan High School, recently served as a page for the North Carolina House of Representatives.
He is the son of Emmitt and Karen Ward of Gold Hill and was sponsored by Rep. Fred Steen (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 nightís 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 representativesí 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.
Woodleaf honor roll
The all-A honor roll for Woodleaf Elementary:
Third grade: Kelsie Crider, Sarah Day, Skylar Jahnke, Nathan Johnson, Lindsay Leatherman, Tinsleigh Myers, Hunter Overcash, Madison Smith, Ally Young.
Fourth grade: Cade Bernhardt, Christopher Camacho, Bryant Collins, Dreama Corriher, Matthew Gouge, Henry Hall, Ryan Josey, Connor McNeely, Dustin Miller, Payne Stolsworth.
Fifth grade: TJ Cobb, Macy Currie, Enrique Dominquez, Timber Hedrick, Devan Jahnke, Matthew Smith, Sean Turner, Jacob Webb, Bryant Young.

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