Good Citizens a tBostian Elementary
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: Trayvion Pinkett, Harley Beaver, Holly DiStefano, Katie Kirk, Dalton Gay, Jack Nixon.
First grade: Makayla Kennedy, Mason Lemonds, Holly Tucker, John Dobrican, Sydney Sandusky, Braden Edwards.
Second grade: Alex Madden, Makayla Johnson, Greyson Smith, Mckenzie Smith.
Third grade: Emma Morgan, Harrison Blythe, Danna Rodriguez, Ivan Ortiz.
Fourth grade: Keegan Sease, Caroline Price, Brandon Barrera, Megan Deal, Zachary Barbee, Thomas Bost, Grace Christy.
Fifth grade: Jeff Bramblett, Kenzie Yow, Amy Taylor, Bryson Bebber, Amanda Davis, Justin Cooper.
Corriher-Lipe honor roll
Corriher-Lipe Middle School first quarter all-A honor roll:
Sixth grade: Brett Amburn, Morgan Brown, Connor Childers, Kristen Compton, Brandyce Efird, Zackory Faulk, Mackenzie Fornshell, Holiday Harvey, Victoria Kelley, Kaitlyn McCombs, Jesse Peterson, James Robinson, Jalee Rollins, Brooke Royal, Leslie Sanchez, Kory Sellers, Paige Sloop, Ethan Todd, Logan Weaver, Addison Wise, Kaitlyn Wood.
Seventh grade: Laken Garney, Kassidy Jones, Hannah Lambert, Keirsten Morgan.
Eighth grade: Madyson Campbell, Caitlin Chabala, Anna Cox, Michala Grant, Cindy Gutierrez, Andrew Hawkins, Kylie Labbe, Lea Morris, Bethany Roberson, Hayley Roberts, Austin Wilkes.
Enochville honor roll
All-A honor roll at Enochville Elementary for the first report period:
Third grade: Isabelle Campbell, Raychel Harrity, Andrew Kennerly, Hannah Nawrocki, Kendall Walter, Emily Wilson.
Fourth grade: Corina Caskey, Sharren George, Paige McGrew, Caroline McDaries, Charity Pittman, Adam Reid, Jeremy Shue, Caroline Welch.
Fifth grade: Blaise Bumgarner, Daniel George, Crissy Hightower, Lee Price, Kayla Stegall, Kali Thompson, Alexis Yarbrough.
Honor roll students at Hurley Elementary
Hurley Elementary School has named the following students to the first-quarter honor roll.
Second grade: Alivia Arnez, Jason Campos, Khaterin Castellons, Joshua Charles, Kahlil Cross, Ricky Everhart, Natalia House, Layla Martin, Faith Matthews, Madison McDaniel, Isaac Morrison, Alycia Powers, Regan Roakes, Brayan Samano, Hunter Sherrill, Emma Shue, Drew Taylor, Maris Wainright, Jacob Walker, Jenna Wheeler, Caleb Whitesell, Katie Whitesell, Holly Winn, Charlie Young.
Third grade: Taylor Walton, Ellen Yang, Allison Ennis, Megan Grubb, Kathryn Knorr, Ashton Matthews, Meredith Burton, Mason Furches, Jackson Murphy, Savanna Carpenter, Piper Muire.
Fourth grade: Nicholas Peltz, Kevin Sullivan, Trevor Mervine.
Fifth grade: Selma Mustafic, Caroline Kruger, Abraham Long.
North Elementary good citizens
The following students were selected as good citizens at North Rowan Elementary for October based on the character trait honesty:
Aden Toledo, Jakaiya Bethea, Leo Wang, Connor Pacilio, Will Williams, Erick Flores, Isaiah Montgomery, Alexis Ramirez, Ryanna Holland, Jakye Cross, Logan Dellinger, Kerry Campion, Cameron Bacon, Zharia Byrd, Braquan Ellis, Madison Williams, Nuna Herh, Spencer Everhardt, Natalie Olson, Mason Smith, Trey Vriesema, Ashley Matthews, Marion Loredo, Zion Melton, Alenbi Alfaro, Amy Euceda, Kelly Martinez, Peyton Thornburg, Azaria Elder, Christian McRae, Katona Stewart, Lizbeth Jaimes, Irvin Almaraz, Providence Sisomphou, Gustavo Villalobos, Steven Hernandez, Ashley Ortiz, Dadrian Robbins, Kendrell Goodes, Gabbie Kyles, Mike White, Jaden Perry, Shy’Yonnah Winchester, Yohance Connor, Brooklyn Moss, Micheal Ferguson, Teashia Ellis, Christopher Hinson, Fares Khatib, Ivory Vriesema, Kahlil Davis, Scarlett Whisnant, Emily Gaskey, Rebekah Davis, Charisma Brown, Raven Mowbray, Tyshon Sifford, Ricardo Ruiz, Katie Brown, Carlos Ramero, Koby Debose, McKenzie Shoaf, Kunius Pruitt, Brooklyn Melton, Breadon Castor, Marcellus Walker, Jai’da Atkins, Ann Baquis, Trinity McCormick, Dimitri Clodfelter, Abbey Beam, Ty Beuchler, Elijah Hills, Truston Belton, Camille Cunningham, Jillian Day-Ingrahm, Jacob Davis, Jalaya Watkins, Piper Curzi, Brandon White, Jesse Jamison, Cheyanne Eagle, Alyssa Bates, Evie O’Kelly, Lana Williams, Khala McCauley, Ja’Kiya McEntyre.
Overton all-A students
Overton Elementary School announces that the following students have made the all-A honor roll:
Aaron Anderson, Ethan Lutz, Kamron Hamilton, Sevon Owens, Tarryn Chase, Sophie Chmiel, Arizona Day, Timia Mashore, Alex Blumenthal, Jayden Burns, Noah Hafez, Phoebe Hollingsworth, Cora Stubbins, Sydney Sims;
Emily Cabanillas, Caroline Colwell, Gabrielle Sloan-May, Blake Clark, Rachel Seifert, Kenneth Bailey, Anna Grace Woolly, Benjamin Blumenthal, Hayden Reese, Lillian Rusher, Brian Engwall, Alli Green;
Ava Holtzman, Bo Rusher, Lauryn Alexander, Maggie Engwall, Vance Honeycut, Aiden Kilgore, Emma Sparger, Michael Fuller, Devyn Lasker, Natalie Lusk, Aaron Kilgore, Blade Dennis, Heavenlee Deneen, Melanie Long, Bennett Clark;
Ellison Frick, Emily Frick, Zachary Garner, Samantha Gross, Yadiel Hernandez-Padilla, Christarian Patterson, Michael Pendergrass, Autumn Walser, Mary Moss Wirt.
Ethan Shive all-A honor roll
Ethan Shive Elementary School identifies the following students on the all-A honor roll.
Second grade: Riley McCullough, Ben Sweet, Jaysa Causby, Heaven Javis, Addisyn Keen, Kaoly Pineda, Mary Spry, Tessa Christner, Chloe Hall, Gavin Jackson, Gabrielle Keyes, Trinity Long, Lauren McNeely, Patrick Gulledge, Brandon Haas, Sarah Jesse, Caleb Moore, EmmaGrace Shue, Sidney Shore and Alix Vazquez.
Third grade: Kiersten Drye, Bradon Mitchell, Dawson Goodman, Joshua Teeter and Jace Jones.
Fourth grade: Brennan Dwinell and Anna Hester.
Fifth grade: Haleigh Mitchell, Gavin Thompson, Madison Cross, Mackenzie Sprinkle and Vallie Vazquez.
Sacred Heart Good Citizens
The following students were chosen as Good Citizens for October:
Kindergarten: Faye Carol Shellhorn
First grade: Cooper Fleeman and Gianna Patella.
Second grade: Sutton Webb and Jackie Steenwyk.
Third grade: Mary Grace Metz.
Fourth grade: Carter Jenkins.
Fifth grade: Elizabeth Ann Graeber.
Sixth grade: Johnson Huynh and Kyle Glover.
Seventh grade: Bryan Reid.
Eighth grade: Caroline Parrott.
Cannon School honors
CONCORD — Cannon School has been recognized by the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services for the school’s diversity employment practices.
“You demonstrate an understanding of the value of working with people with disabilities,” said Jean E. Foster, business relations representative for the department’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services in Cabarrus, Iredell and Rowan counties.
“Your employment practices better our community because, together, we are helping, in some manner, one more person to work whose abilities, otherwise, might have been disregarded.”
Vocational Rehabilitation Services promotes employment and independence for people with disabilities through customer partnerships and community leadership.
Cannon School’s varsity football team made history last Saturday when it beat No. 3 seed Asheville Christ School (8-2) in the first round of the NCISAA state tournament. The 37-27 victory came in the two-year-old varsity football program’s first playoff game.
“I am very proud of the way our team came together to bring home our first playoff win,” said head coach Donnie Hayes, who has led the development of Cannon’s football program since its inception with a middle school team in 2008. “It was a total team victory that resulted from the hard work that our players and coaches have put in since June.”
J.D. Wimbish, who lives in the University City area, ran for three touchdowns and Concord resident Jason Willix added another. Blake Brewer, also of Concord, made three field goals, including a 37-yard kick that put the Cougars ahead for good with 6:34 remaining on the clock.
Sixth seed Cannon (6-4) faces No. 2 seed Concord First Assembly (7-3) in the semifinal round on Friday beginning at 7 p.m. at Webb Field at 165 Academy Ave. N.W. in Concord.
Salisbury High School awarded two grants
Salisbury High School has received two $500 grants from the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance program to be used in support of the school’s science and math programs.
The program is designed to provide Exxon and Mobil retailers an opportunity to invest in the future of their communities through educational grants to neighboring schools.
Rusher Oil Co. and Rushco Markets met stringent eligibility criteria to apply for the grants. They then worked with school officials to secure the grants that are two of 2,400 available to schools across the country served by Exxon stations.
Salisbury High School was recently ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top 44 schools in North Carolina and in the top 1,200 nationally.
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