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Shoutouts

Good Citizens atBostian Elementary
The staff of Bostian Elementary would like to recognize the following students for standing out as good citizens for November. These students have all gone above and beyond what is expected of them at school.
Kindergarten — Damian Orr, Isaac Griffin, Haylee Feehan, Emily Jordan, Rylee McLemore, Yamilha Encarnacion.
First grade — Allen Paschall, Lacie Gilbert, Eli Brown, Landry Stewart, Jonathan Therecka, Rayleigh Mullis.
Second grade — Benjamin Stegall, Bethany Rymer, Abbey Nixon, Nicholas Mault.
Third grade — Sydney Hardman, Caleb Sloop, Sarah Carter, Parker Steele.
Fourth grade — Kimberly Barrera, Justin Parson, Hannah Turpin, Reid Zickafoose, Kayla DeNicholas, Matthew Correll.
Fifth grade — Kevin Newman, Adam Lyles, Kelsie Ritchie, Brynne Hardman, Ainsley Moore, Caleb Weaver, Hannah Safrit.
Hurley good citizens
The good citizens of the month for December at Hurley Elementary School include:
Kindergarten: Tai Timms, Paige Stanley, Yahir Avilez Hernandez, Hannah Waddell, Jonathan Cervantes-Flores.
First grade: Summer Walker, William Cranfield, Kyla Bryant, Dalton Miller, Jaiden Sloop.
Second grade: Alyssa Alley, Austin Sanders, Charlie Young, Jacob Walker, Kyler Morton.
Third grade: Ellen Yang, Telicia Gaither, Ashley Aguirre Alvarado, Jacquelin Perez Espinoza, Christa Lomax.
Fourth grade: Tamyaa Holland, Hugo Trujillo Alberto, Jennifer Morales-Mendoza, Samuel Moore, Tori Hester.
Fifth grade: Kaitlyn Campbell, Brooke Woodie, Caroline Kruger, Rachel Campbell.
Woodleaf GoodCitizens
Woodleaf Elementary School would like to congratulate the following students who have been selected as good citizens for November for demonstrating good judgment.
Kindergarten: Zane Blake, Eli Fallin, Hayden Ginn, Karlie King, Abigail Lacy, Jonathan Lang, Mahaley Mays and Kara Shinn.
First grade: Alison Barker, Amethyst Jenkins, Ryan Kluttz, Nick LeDoux, Elizabeth Martinez-Hernandez, Charles Merrell, Ryan Phillips and Linnea Rufty.
Second grade: Roman Angel, Jillian Brown, Allie Burns, Joshua Eagle, Brian Hernandez, Blake Oliphant, Ashleigh Roush and Kenadi Sproul.
Third grade: Kaylin Dowling, Mallory Freeman, Johnathon Hellard, Joshua Johnson, Fatima Lemus-Cisneros, Scott Livengood and Seth Simmerson.
Fourth grade: Sarah Day, Skylar Jahnke, Sean Ketchie, Caleb Knight, Lindsay Leatherman, Colby Menius, Emily Peck and Blake White.
Fifth grade: Evan Baty, Bailey Benge, Leslie Hernandez, Sierra Lambert, Payton Massey, Jasmin Prado-Hernandez, Victor Pampuch and Logan Younce.

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