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Carson honor roll
Carson High School third reporting period honor roll:
Ninth grade: Landan Absher, Nicholas Barlowe, Katie Barringer, Kinsley Bean, Keaton Brower, Rhonda Cheshire, Jordanna Clark, Brittany Coe, Katlyn Cook, Rebecca Corl, Savannah Deal, Hannah Elmore, Madison Fowler, Grayson Haff, Haley Hardeman, Morgan Hartsell, Austin Hayes, Wilson Holshouser, Olivia Horning, Dillon Johnson, Kylie Kluttz, Daniel Latva, Kaylee Linthicum, Zachary Martin, Jerry McNeill, Blake Misenheimer, Lyndsey Moore, Brooke Myall, Karrington Olsen, Daizee Paxton, Aniel Perez, Chase Pruitt, Kellie Roberts, Joel Smith, Jordan Vanvoorhis, Laura Vaughn, Madison Weast, Michaela White, Ryan Williams, Megan Yates.
10th grade ó David Anderson, Madison Anderson, Annaleigh Ashley, Brandon Barbee, Taylor Barringer, Kenzi Bennick, Allison Blackwell, Dakota Boardman, Justin Boone, Ashley Bostian, Connor Bridges, Anna Brown, Alanna Carter, Katie Cofer, Treivonte Cunningham, Jadelyn Donoho, Kelly Dulkoski, Christian Eller, Allyson Fesperman, Jacob Fink, Jill Foster, Katrina Fowler, Kaitlyn George, Benjamin Gragg, Sidney Grkman, Alyssa Hall, Brendon Harris, Tanner Hood, Stephanie Huffman, Spencer Isaac, Dominique Karriker, Jeremy Keoboupha, Courtney Key, Zahra Khan, Raigan Kiser, April Lamb, Brook Lingle, Caleb Martin, Yolanda Martinez, Kaitlin Mason, Aaliyah Newson, Cassidy Overcash, Megan Owens, Kyle Pressley, Alysha Shaver, Haleigh Silvers, Morgan Singleton, Nickolas Thornton, Gregory Tonnesen, Janssen White, Miranda Wyatt.
11th grade ó Stephanie Allman, Minna Annola, Jared Books, Jamie Bost, Holly Brigman, Hannah Brittain, Sydney Buchanan, Brittany Burton, Sydney Carlson, Jakelynn Clark, William Douglas, Mckenzie Eury, Zachary Fite, Ethan Free, Candace Garmon, Shannon Garrick, Harley Graham, Matthew Hill, Nathan Hill, Amber Holderfield, Sarrah Holman, Alexandria Hunter, Alexander Johnson, Ashley Johnson, Magee Jordan, Kacie Kelly, Tracy Kyles, Derrick Lawson, Marisa Lentz, Hannah Leonard, Cathryn Lippard, Kaley Lowman, Jessie Luo, Emily Marohn, Joshua Martin, Nicholas Martin, Hilda Martinez, Nathan McMasters, Matthew Miller, Chloe Monroe, Kayla Moose, Maryann Niederman, William Nollenberger, Brittany Overcash, Brandy Overman, Dalton Parrott, Franklin Pendergraft, Alex Pinion, Brielle Porcello, Rebecca Raywood, Robert Richards, Rodney Richards, Logan Ritchie, Hannah Rowland, Marco Ruiz, Andre Sanchez, Cody Scercy, Hannah Shinn, Jan Sitterson, Katie Smith, Terry Smith, Logan Stamper, Suzanna Stirewalt, Karissa Story, Angela Talerico, Daniel Walser, Samantha Ward, Briana Weaver, Jordan Whitley, Phillip Wirz, Kevin Wong, Aleshia Wood, Megan Wray, Samuel Yeager.
12th grade ó Andrew Adams, Spencer Atwell, Caleb Barnhardt, Katherine Beam, Kathryn Beaver, Leane Blais, Coty Bostian, Carol Brown, Brittney Burgess, Taylor Campbell, Leland Chapman, Erika Cipres, Brittany Clodfelter, Kristen Cloninger, Nathan Cloutier, Alisha Cook, Briana Deese, Patrick Diep, Dylan Eagle, Kayla Ferguson, Benjamin File, Paul Frye, Jamie Fuzette, Amanda Girelli, Ashlynn Goodman, Zachary Gragg, Krystle Gray, Sydney Green, Brittany Hamby, Areyanna Hamrick, Brooke Hartsell, Savanah Hinson, Nicklaus Houston, Ashely Hower, Kandiss Hunt, Ruby Jordan, Jesse Lane, Blair Lewis, Caleb Lippard, Maegan Livengood, Samantha Livengood, Kathryn Long, Maria Martinez, Averi Mauney, Tiffany McClure, Caleb McCora, Nicole Messina, Lianna Michael, Seth Miller, Rebecca Mishak, Macey Morgan, Dang Nguyen, Rena Ogle, Erica Patella, Falyn Peacock, Emily Peeler, Leah Perkins, Jennifer Pettigrew, Charles Phipps, Brittany Pickler, Jalissa Piette, Madelyn Plummer, Haley Price, Devan Purvis, Joshua Rhodes, Magan Richard, Evan Rittenhouse, Kyle Rogers, Christopher Sager, Megan Schoenwolf, Amber Scoggins, Marissa Sellers, Kia Shankle, Ryan Shoaf, Christopher Sippel, Chelsea Sizemore, Caroline Stirewalt, Jeremy Stoddard, Benjamin Strickland, Casey Suddeth, Cody Summers, Patra Tate, Frank Thomas, Machelle Tran, Jenna Tuck, Teonia Vannoy, Jose Vazquez, Zachary Wagner, Ashlynn Weaver, Marcus Wilkie, Taylor Williams, Sydney Wilson, Frank Yon, Sierra Zemanick.
Beverly Hamptonnew state FFAvice president
Beverly Hampton of Mount Ulla was elected state FFA vice president on June 23 at the 83rd State FFA Convention. She will serve a one-year term.
Over the next year, she will be an ambassador for youth, agriculture and education. She will travel more than 100 days visiting FFA chapters, meeting with agribusiness leaders and representing the North Carolina FFA Association in various state and national meetings.
Hampton is the daughter of Cynthia and Henry Hampton. She is a graduate of West Rowan High School, where Jason Chester, Clark Adams and Heather Wade were her agricultural education/FFA instructors. She is a student at North Carolina State University, majoring in poultry science.
The North Carolina FFA Association has 18,551 members in 230 FFA chapters. The FFA student organization is an integral part of the agricultural education program. Agricultural education and FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success.
Gray Stone honor roll
Gray Stone Day School announces its fourth quarter all-A honor roll:
Ninth grade ó Jordan DeJaco, Caroline McLeod, Taylor Morris, Jordan Redman, Caby Styers, Jennie Wagner, Maria Weber.
10th grade: Adam Cartagena, Lea Efird, Lukas Lakes, Daniel Lin, Mary Morris, Jenna Stamey, Kendall Taylor.
11th grade ó Meredith Allen, Janna Featherstone, Abby Ferrell, Abby Grathwohl, Illa Jones, Abby Lamb, Ashley Lambert, Hunter Latimer, Dylan Maher, Matthia Rader, Cassidy Stoner, Meagan Thompson, William Wallace.
12th grade ó Rachel Bangle, Cassidy Helms.
Guilford Techhonors lists
JAMESTOWN ó Guilford Technical Community College has recognized the academic accomplishments of students during the spring 2011 semester. Recognition was at three levels: presidentís list, deanís list and honors list.
Presidentís list
Lexington ó Richard Cole, Andrea Dominion, Phillip Glancy, Oudomseila Leng.
Mocksville ó Eric Dwiggins.
Salisbury ó Jason Woods.
Woodleaf ó Marvin Melchor.
Deanís list
Lexington ó Tina Deweese, Kaylyn Emerson, James Gaither, Jennifer Koonts, Levi McDaniel, Clark Nelson, Joseph OíCampo, Sarah Price, Wendy Tysinger.
Honors list
Lexington ó Tara Atkins, Arlen Fletes-Castro, Jasmine Hairston, Tamera Love, Amy Lowe, Leah Lucas, Garrett Nowicki, William Porter, Amber Sink, Tiwanda Woods.
Richfield ó Stephanie Catalani.
Salisbury ó John Arey, Keenan Horton.
Sacred Hearthonor roll
Sacred Heart Catholic School fourth quarter all-A honor roll:
Fourth grade ó Jack Fisher, Micaela Sharp.
Fifth grade ó Alex Antosek, Elly Burks, Michael Childress, Kyle Glover, Rachel Harrison, Julia Honeycutt, Johnson Huynh, Ben Roy, Miriam Roy, Daniel Yu.
Sixth grade ó James Boyd, Will Casmus, William Clark, Maria Strobel.
Seventh grade ó Chloe Burks, Makayla Dillon, Reilly Gokey, Kayla Honeycutt, Caroline Parrott, Mimi Webb.
Eighth grade ó Erin Ansbro, Matthew Chilton.
Salisbury Academy honors
Salisbury Academy honored students for perfect attendance and citizenship.
Students receiving the perfect attendance award for the 2010-2011 school year were: Steven Anderson, Coleman Bergsma, Neel Chauhan, Marcus Corry, Hannah Freeman, Robyn James, Abby Lee, Andrew Kalogeromitros, Jordan McCall and Garrett Shermer.
Each year, middle school students write a persuasive paper to nominate a student they believe should receive the citizenship award. This year, eighth-grade student Elle Wimmer was chosen as this yearís recipient of the citizenship award.
Salisbury Academy graduated 12 students from the DARE course on June 2. Graduates included the following students: Maria Capito, Ben Coulter, Jaquan Cuthbertson-Banks, Adam Drye, Lizzie Fisher, Kathryn Morrison, Ivy Overcash, Drew Shelby, Garrett Shermer, Ethan Stafford, Isabel Temple and Taylor Trice.
Each student received a certificate commending them for their completion of the course. A special guest speaker was city of Salisbury Police Chief Rory Collins. Collins spoke on the importance of DARE in teaching children to maintain healthy, drug- and alcohol-free lives.
Each year, the students write a capstone essay discussing what they will take away from the course, and one student is selected for an outstanding essay. This yearís DARE Essay Winner was Ethan Stafford.
DARE is a Drug Abuse Resistance Education course which is taught by Officer Ann Cooper of the Salisbury Police Department. It is designed to prepare students for how to resist peer pressure and the temptations of drugs and alcohol. It also provides students with knowledge on prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs, and smoking and how these drugs affect the studentsí health. Students took part in weekly DARE courses beginning in February.
Wilkes deanís list
Milana Grigoriev of Lexington made the deanís list at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania. To be named to the deanís list, students must obtain a minimum 3.4 GPA and carry at least 12 credits.
Salem Lutheran awards scholarships
Salem Lutheran Church awarded eight scholarships to local students on Graduate Recognition Sunday, June 5, during the 8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. services.
The following seven students were recognized as recipients of the Hubert and Allie Shulenburger Scholarship. Recipients of the Shulenburger Scholarship must have been members of Salem for at least two years and awards may be made based on merit and need.
Thomas Benton is a rising sophomore at Catawba College majoring in chemistry-pre-med. He is the son of Brad and Kathy Benton.
Allie Hester is a rising senior at St. Andrews Presbyterian College majoring in biology and forensic science. She is the daughter of Glenn and Daryl Hester.
Thomas Hester is a rising sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in managerial business. He is also the son of Glenn and Daryl Hester.
Kaitlin Hipp is a rising freshman at Appalachian State University. An N.C. Teaching Fellow, she will major in elementary education. She is the daughter of Greg and Jackie Hipp.
Shawn Lloyd is a rising senior at East Carolina University majoring in political science and philosophy. He is the son of Sharon Lloyd and the late Marion Lloyd.
Coleman Phifer is a rising sophomore at N.C. State University majoring in turf grass science. He is the son of Pat and Gina Phifer.
Paul Shaver will attend Rowan-Cabarrus Community College for two years then plans to transfer to N.C. State University to major in ag-business management. He is the son of Donnie and Janice Shaver.
The following student was recognized as the recipient of the J.E. Briggs Memorial Music Scholarship. Recipients of the Briggs Scholarship must be enrolled in a degree program in music and awards may be made based on merit and need.
Stephanie Goodman is a rising junior at Wingate University majoring in music management. The daughter of Karen and Jay Goodman, she is a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church.
The Rev. Doug Hefner is the pastor of Salem Lutheran Church which is located at 5080 Sherrills Ford Road, Salisbury.

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