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Faith Good Citizens and Good Deed Doers
Faith Elementaryís December Good Citizens and Good Deed Doers:
Good Citizens ó Nate Potvin, Maggie Whitley, Madison Osborne, Emily Reigel, Dillon McDaniel, Connor Halpin, Gunnar Michael, Mason Duncan, Emma Augustson, Ashton McDaniel, Lizzie Priddy, Ronda Miller, Eva Torres, Colby Goodman, Linda Barnes, Heather Mauzy, Crystal Kardys, Timothy Morris.
Good Deed Doers ó Brandon Sifford, Braedon Pattison, Rinnah Edwards, Donovan English, Cameren Camden, Alyssa Cozart, Kaleb Shulenberger, Aidan Whitehead, Grace Goldstein, Preston Diaz, Michael Altmann, Mary Gainey, Colton McCartney, Meghan Madison, Jonathan Loftin, Amber Miller, Kiara Floyd, Aaliyah Gaines.
Gardner-Webb deanís list, honor roll
Gardner-Webb University is pleased to announce that the following students made the deanís list for the fall semester. The deanís list is the semesterís highest academic honor, recognizing only those students who maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 3.7 or better.
Mocksville ó Kimberly Jane Bayard.
Woodleaf ó Jordan Haley Morris.
Lexington ó Elizabeth L. Watkins.
Kannapolis ó Hannah Rachel Rash.
Mooresville ó Chelsea Elizabeth Coleman, Brigitte Love, Meghan Elizabeth Lowrance, Michael Gene-Francis Peterson, Bernadette Turner-Neal, Kaitlynn Ashlee Watts.
Rockwell ó Katy Danyelle Bryant.
Salisbury ó Rachel Nicole Hardy-Simpson.
Gardner-Webb University honor roll recognizes those outstanding students who achieve a grade point average (GPA) between 3.2 and 3.7 for the semester.
Mocksville ó Tracie Ann Speight.
Lexington ó Angela Dawn Cockrell, Sarah Megan Slate.
China Grove ó Micah David Honeycutt, Suzanne R. Suber.
Kannapolis ó Justin Matthew Tipton.
Mooresville ó Kayla Elaine Bowles, Lisa Annette Burton, Tanner Reed Campbell, Travis Cashion Sherrill, Kelly Elaine Wilhite.
Salisbury ó Tammy Trexler Pinkston.
Gardner-Webbgraduates
More than 340 students recently graduated during Gardner-Webb Universityís 2011 fall commencement exercises. Graduates from the local region included the following:
Patricia Sauve, Cleveland, BSN in nursing.
Jewel Waller, Mocksville, MA in elementary education.
Samantha Beck, Lexington, BS in psychology.
Jessica Griffin, Kannapolis, BS in marketing; Suzette Pounds, Kannapolis, MAC in Accounting.
Kayla Bowles, Mooresville, BS in economics/finance.
Cynthia Misenheimer, Richfield, EDD in educational leadership.
Jade Love, Rockwell, MA degree in English education.
Daniel Swanson, Salisbury, MA degree in school administration.
Landis Citizensof the Month
Landis Elementary Citizens of the Month for December:
Kindergarten: Collin Schleyer, Arika Hines, Jeron Secor and Perla Mata Salinas.
First grade: McKinley Sartain, Lacy James, Yameli Landaverde and Samantha Morgan.
Second grade: Hannah Canupp, Alli Coody, Hannah Hewaij, Emma Howard and Alexis Johnson.
Third grade: Asheton Wilhelm, Eli Harrington, Cassidy Holshouser, Breanna Ramseur and Lilly Duncan.
Fourth grade: Leslie Guatemala, Juan Harrington, Stephanie Lemus, Liena Rainey, Talyn Hunter and Maria Reyes.
Fifth grade: Maverick Page, Eden Jones, Madison Allman and Rhiannon Kimmer.

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