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Shoutouts

Bus drivers of the month
Rowan-Salisbury Schools Director of Transportation Judy Burris has recognized the following employees for exemplary service as bus drivers for February. A bus driver must adhere to all the duties and responsibilities set forth by the Rowan-Salisbury Schools Transportation Department and are nominated by their bus coordinator for this honor each month.
North area: Tammy Veach, North Rowan Elementary (Bus 330).
East area: Karen Cowan, Erwin Middle School, East Rowan High School (Bus 169).
West area: Carrie Hosey, Millbridge Elementary School (Bus 62).
South area: Patricia Stamey, China Grove Middle School, Jesse Carson High School (Bus 99).
Salisbury area: Jerry Miller, Knox Middle School, Salisbury High School, Henderson Alternative School (Bus 110).
Special needs: Brea Walker (Bus 332).
Substitute driver: Bob Fritzsche.
Chowan president’s list
John Lohman of Salisbury has been named to the president’s list at Chowan University. President’s list winners are full-time students who have accomplished a grade point average of 3.8 or better for the semester.
Georgia Tech honors
Joshua Price of Salisbury earned the distinction of faculty honors for fall 2011 at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Undergraduate students earning a 4.0 academic average for the semester gain the distinction of faculty honors.
Gonzaga dean’s list
SPOKANE, Wash. — Justin Cline, a resident of Mocksville has earned placement on the Gonzaga University dean’s list for fall semester 2011. Students must earn a 3.5 to 3.69 grade-point average to be listed.
Hurley Good Citizens
The Good Citizens for February for Hurley Elementary School are as follows:
Kindergarten: Inara Shelton, Steven Zepeda Medina, Xzavier Vaughters, Emily Garcia Lopez, Hadley Westbrook.
First grade: Margaret Laity, Sarah Durham, Daniel Ramirez Martinez, Autumn King, Baltazar Cardona Fernandez.
Second grade: Alexuis Steele, Kahlil Cross, Shawndarria Neal, Giselle Duran, Brittany Alonso Rubi.
Third grade: Noelle Sparks, Brianna McCullough, Brieana Sloop, Starr Ball, Mason Staton.
Fourth grade: Trevor Mervine, Archie Norton, Dawson Beck, Ariel Conghenour, Rafael Farfan Perez.
Fifth grade: Selma Mustafic, Sarah Roakes, Carly Burleyson, Allison Williams.
North Elementary honor roll
North Rowan Elementary School all-A honor roll:
Third grade — Shania Brown, Dalton Connolly, Anna Everhart, Kenndrick Harper, Evan Mahaley, Summer Pike, Felipe Serrano-Gainey, Chase Shoaf, Abby Smith, Lamiyah Walker.
Fourth grade — Kerry Campion, Mackenna Clifton, Emily Gaskey, Lashay Little, Caden Swicegood, Jacob Vang.
Fifth grade — Kevin Brizuela, Abby Buechler, Spencer Everhart, Shayla Lackey, Caroline Monroe, Deyvi Montoya, Anna Nguyen, Dora Nunez.
North Rowan Middle A honor roll
The following students made the A honor roll at North Rowan Middle School for the second quarter of this year.
Sixth grade: Arielle Edwards, Desirae Gallimore, Ashlyn Gwyn, Catherine Helm, Makyia Mcintyre, Xochiltl Nunez-Ariza, Jacob Pitts, Dale Reamy III, Hannah Spry, Angelina Vang, Coby Weant, Mikayla Young
Seventh grade: Kendre Bates, Irineo Carrillo-Lopez, Briana Dummett, Haley Ellenburg, Hanna Ellenburg, Daniel Estrada, Javin Goodine, Jorge Jaimes-Benitez, Allison Lingle, Mikayla Mather, Kirsten Moore, Kaitlyn Pall, Mai Xe Vang, Margie Villalobos, Brianna White
Eighth grade: Jailene Aguilar, Holly Beaver, Eureka Jamilla Cadiente, Brandon Castillo, Diego Cornejo, Robert Gilland, Phillip Martin Jr., Kaylee Matthews, Adoria McIntyre, Terrell Mcjunkin, Robert Monroe, Khalil Oglesby, Victoria Scheve, Richard Stoner III, Lida Vang, Tiffany Vang, Brandon White, Indiah Witherspoon, Michael Wood, Qui Zhang
Randolph-Macon dean’s list
Christopher Lucha, a resident of Salisbury, has earned a place on the fall 2011 dean’s list at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Va. To achieve this distinction, a student must be enrolled for at least 12 semester hours and earn a grade point average of 3.25 or higher.
UNCC chancellor’s list
Maria Rose Williams of Spencer has made the chancellor’s list at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
To qualify for the chancellor’s list, a full-time student must earn a grade point average of at least 3.8 in 12 or more semester hours of credit graded A, B, or C, with no grade less than C.
UNCG fall graduates
Fall graduates at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro:
Kannapolis — Jeremy D. Lytal, MLIS; Courtney Lynn Merrick, BS.
Lexington — William Grayson Allen, BS; Kristina J Allred, MLIS; Mandy Lee Causey, BS; Casey Dean Childress, BA; Natalie Nicole Hunt, BS; Heather Hawks Johnson, BS; Aziza Jean Kamara, BA; Andrea Michelle Miller, MA; Timothy Matthew Phillips, BA; Sydney Skipper Santos, BA, summa cum laude; Michelle Lynn Silveri, BA
Mocksville — Matthew Paul Ireland, BA; Carly Peeler Regan, MSN; Amedia Howard Vaughan-Jones, MED.
Mooresville — LeeAnne Marie Brown, BS, cum laude; Sara Lackey Keys, MA; Andrew John McGrath, BS; Blaine Romon Winford, MA.
Cleveland — Teresa Jean Middleton, BA.
Rockwell — David L. Childers, BS, magna cum laude; Jesse Daniel Hoyle, BFA.
Salisbury — Willie Mae Abel, PhD; Theodore R. Allen III, BS; Natasha Elizabeth Brown, BS; Edilbert Anes Carandang, BS, summa cum laude; Catherine R. Schiemann, BA; Alisha D. Woods, MPA.
UNCG honors lists
University of North Carolina at Greensboro dean’s list for fall 2011:
China Grove — Courtney Catanese, Ann Favero.
Rockwell — David Childers, Jesse Hoyle, Rebecca Pate.
Salisbury — Carlos Bello, Bria Broadway, Natasha Brown, Edilbert Carandang, Roy Dixon, Amanda Girelli, Samantha Hackl, Kjeff Hansen, Alexandria Hudson, Deanna Jenkins, Hope Loman, Kelsey Maher, Thomas Marts, Lonnie McLendon, Theodore Monnich, Andrew Parks, Angela Rockwell, Catherine Schiemann, April Sipes, Aiah Varh.
Kannapolis — Erica Atkinson, Brenna Barnett, Sarah Netzley, Rachel Propst.
Lexington — Heather Armentrout, Callie Auman, Allison Babson, Obeth Bahena Gutierrez, Ashley Barrett, Tasha Battaglino, Chrissy Beanblossom, Emily Beck, Shannon Bennett, Brittany Berrier, Kelsea Brockmeier, Amanda Carr, Casey Childress, Benjamin Chitty, Allison Cope, Jacob Davis, Brittany Dorsett, Lance Everhart, Zachary Forrest, DaLisa Fritts, Ashley Hall.
Mocksville — Lauren Bailey, Rebecca Boger, Michaela Brown, Gene Dwiggins, Candace Easter, Carla Harris.
Mooresville — LeeAnne Brown, Dallas Godbold, John Haynes III, Leanne King, Charles Mack, Lindsey Miller, Matthew Moore, Kara Wilson, Kimberly Wilson.
Chancellor’s list
University of North Carolina at Greensboro chancellor’s list:
China Grove — CourtneyCatanese.
Rockwell — Rebecca Pate.
Salisbury — Edilbert Carandang, Roy Dixon, Amanda Girelli, Alexandria Hudson, Kelsey Maher, Thomas Marts, Lonnie McLendon, Angela Rockwell.
Spencer — Cameron Kluttz.
Kannapolis — Sarah Netzley.
Lexington — Heather Armentrout, Callie Auman, Obeth Bahena Gutierrez, Chrissy Beanblossom, Brittany Berrier, Kelsea Brockmeier, Jacob Davis, Lance Everhart, Zachary Forrest, Ashley Hall, Emily Hedrick, Casey Hudgins, Joshua Hulin, Robert Jamison, Jennifer Johnson, Jacob Leonard, Ashley Lewis, Ryan Martiniuk, Kelly McLawhon, Samantha McPeters, Tiffany Milan, Brian Robertson.
Mocksville — Lauren Bailey, Candace Easter, Tyler Ham, Carla Harris, Natalie McBride, Ogechukwu Onwurah, Ligia Smith, Kelly Stellato, Kaitlin Stevens.
Mooresville — Christina Canipe, Lindsey Miller, Kimberly Wilson.
Washington and Lee honor roll
LEXINGTON, Va. — Alee Johnson of Salisbury, a member of the class of 2015 at Washington and Lee University, has earned honor roll status for the recently ended fall term.
Honor roll status at Washington and Lee represents a term grade-average of at least 3.75 on a 4.0 scale.

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