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Cleveland Elementary names Good Citizens
The following students were named Good Citizens at Cleveland Elementary for the month of September.
Kindergarten ó Katelyn Lee, Justin Mullins, Mattie Thomas, Hunter Sammons, Jonathan Blackwelder, Lucas Treadaway
First grade ó Gabby Hogue, Shanasia Hallman, Paxton Greene, Madelyn VonCannon,m Ciara Cutherbertson, Makayla Upright
Second grade ó Brianna Hennessy, Lacy Waggoner, Jeri Taylor, Patrice Cutherbertson
Third grade ó Luke Koppe, Skye Wilson, Macari Allison, Brenda Mancia-Lemus, Josiah Harper, Desiree Miller
Fourth grade ó Kassie Hach, Anthony Rojas, Aniyah Dalton, Lucas Lemly
Fifth grade ó Brandy Divanna, Sean Benware, Jeffrey Garmon, Savanna Lemly
Faith Elementaryrecognizes students
Faith Elementary School has named the following students as Good Citizens and Good Deed Doers for August/ September.
Good Citizens: Delton Adams, Gracie McClelion, Kila Heglar, Zander Farmer, Terry Woods, Ella Doby, Hannah Utley, Raven Harper, Austin Cook, Neely Vinson, Gavin Clement, Mitchell Duncan, Hunter Critchley, Vernon Newton, Kayley Ruhnow, Madelyn Cooper, Skylar Kiser, Megan Mauzy, Luke Barringer, Reagan Taylor and Jacob Taylor.
Good Deed Doers: Sabrina Holloway, Cristian Gonzalez, Drew Young, Lillyth Jarrett, Sidney Hare, Trenton Overcash, Matthew Hodgson, Gunnar Michael, Madeline Newton, Luke Morrow, Trevis Byrd, Macklyn Kepley, Andrew Rollins, Marshall Steger, Dakota Hill, Blake Hawkins, Michael Bruce, Kayla Earnhardt, Reina Torres, Andrea Griffin and Danielle Arlotta.
Hanford Dole ElementaryGood Citizens
Hanford Dole Elementary School announes that the following students are Good Citizens for September.
Pre-K ó Allanah McArthur
Kindergarden ó Noelle Richardson, Alina Herrick, Jacob Evans, John Miller
First grade ó Kyiah Coffey, Jaylin Robbins-White, Kayla Wilson, Nikyvia Siffore
Second grade ó Curneshia Bush, Cheenou Yang, Jaquez Wallace, Abigail Callahan, Danaly Landeverde
Third grade ó Chris Ritchie, Donald Rose, Kayla Sachse, Melanie Hartsell, Milaya Swindell, Tayron Frost
Fourth grade ó Naudia Carter, Karla Sanchez, Destiny Black-Walker, Angie Uraga-Ochoa
Fifth grade ó Emmalee Hill, Tamia Brown, JD Weaver, Hannah Gadomski
Isenberg Great Gators
The following students were recently recognized as Great Gators at Isenberg Elementary for September:
Pre-K ó Dakarii Chalk
Kindergarten ó Lauren Arnold, Alessandra Baca, Anthony Beltran, Ethan Le, Katie Peeler, Talik Robinson, Ayazhane Wells and Joy Wilson
First grade ó Julian Beltran-Bamaca, Amber Bostian, Jacob Casey, Khaleyla Houze, Asriel Mauney, Helen Moscoso-Sarceno, Andy Ortez-Cruz, Natavia Reid, Eduardo Reyes-Bustamante and Jahneva Rogers
Second grade ó Papa Brush, Cameron Cuthbertson, Tadiana Hasan, Jaykwon Jackson Mya Langford, Kirstyn Mason, Taniya Medlin and DíAsia Ruffin
Third grade ó Amanda Beltran, Anthony Cuthbertson, LaíNyah Gaines, Isyss Gaskin, Jose Gonzalez, Zaria King, Jace Pittman and Kelley Walton
Fourth grade ó Blake Ellis, Gabriel Gaskin, Tamia Lee, Deangelo Moore, Angy Ortiz and Jasmine Washington
Fifth grade ó Brandon Landaverde, Kemuel Mauney, Angi Ortiz, Kiara Pharr, Stefany Pleitez and Judea White
Sacred Heart Good Citizens
Sacred Heart Catholic School Good Citizens for September include Leo Stewart, Parker Jenkins, Ben Childress, Cliff Follenius, Korey Glover, Jack Fisher, Bess Bryan, Adanya Johnson, William Clark and Makayla Dillon.
Shive character trait winners
These are the winners of the character trait Responsibility for September at Shive Elementary School.
Lillie Laroche, Nathan Hayworth, Mason Ridenhour, Celia Sifford, Drue Gillis, Morgan Duncan, Lana Carter, Maria Gregory, Molly Painter, Gabrielle Keyes, Emma Grace Shoe, Kaoly Pineda, Bryson Shive, Kiersten Drye, Luke Dulin, Bryan Barlow, Hannah Griffin, Bradley Kuhns, Austin McGuire, Courtney Archer, Denis Zuniga, Savannah Winters, Georgia Gunter, Jaicee Shore, Mason Heard, Heather Holshouser, Caitlyn McMillan, Cora Voyles, Maria Garcia, Nash Parham, Matthew Craog, Shane Barringer, Zac Brink, Tessa Christener, Victor Fowler, Andrew File, Allison Sloop, Austin Michelson, Kyla Gougenhour, Ali Abbey, Ethan Casto, Alyssa Adams, Hannah Johnson, Gavin Talley, Kassidy Voyles, Mark Spry, Micheal Doreste, Nathan Diggs, Hunter Christy.
Shive Elementary King/Queen Bees
Shive Elementary School announces the following students as King/Queen Bees for the month of September, indicating these students shared a random act of kindness.
Catie Beth Newell, Ashlee Mundy, Lauren McNeely, Gabrielle Keyes, Nash Parham, Pheonix Varney, Nate Hamilton, Hayley Wheeler, Mason Ridenhour, Molly Painter, Ben Sweet, Jaden Sadler, Colby Quick, Jasmine Endsley, Mark Spry, Shandeus Lohman, Deionte Gallmon, Jonah Moorem, Mackenzie Sprinkle, Cassidy Sears, Kyla Butler, Gavin Johnson, Lauren Stitt, Lawson Cottingham, Caleb Shugart.

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