Published 12:00 am Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Bostian honor roll
The following students were recently named to the all -A honor roll at Bostian Elementary School for the third quarter. Students to be recognized are:
Second grade — Carter Dowd, Colton Fisher, Makalya Johnson, Ryan Maltba, Abigail Messer, Abbey Nixon, Daron Phillips, Carys Roberson, Greyson Smith, Victoria Storey, Benjamin Stegall, Rozalyn Walton.
Third grade — Cassidy Barringer, Sydney Hardman, Corie Jones, Anna Rymer, Parker Steele.
Fourth grade — Zachary Barbee, Robert Barringer, Will Bivens, Jonathan Bost, Elijah Carpenter, Kate Carter, Braylee Childers, Matthew Correll, Kayla DeNicholas, Ruth Gannon, Olivia Gardner, Jacob Horner, Nathaniel Kimball, Savannah Pless, Victoria Post, Sam Ramirez, Emma Tucker, Hannah Turpin, Kendall Wilson.
Fifth grade — Lauren Dowd, Brynne Hardman, Nathan Johnson, Riley Johnson, Hannah Jones, Ainsley Moore, Daniel Pell, Taylor Porozynski, Kelsie Ritchie, Cade Rodgers, Carter Rodgers, Kiersten Smith.
Morgan Grissom gets ECU scholarship
GREENVILLE, N.C. — An East Carolina University student from Salisbury has been chosen to receive a $2,500 scholarship from the East Carolina Alumni Association. Salisbury’s recipient for the second year is Morgan Paige Grissom. Twenty-two scholarships will be awarded on April 21 to full-time students who excel in the classroom and have distinguished themselves as leaders. .
Grissom is a junior biology and chemistry major and business administration minor. She is a member of ECU’s Honors College and was awarded a scholarship to attend the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders. She is one of five students who serve as research assistants at the East CarolinaHeart Institute.
Grissom is a resident adviser, and is involved in College Life and Campus Crusade for Christ. She has been recognized on the chancellor’s and dean’s lists. She has tutored at the Jarvis Unit of the Boys and Girls Club, and volunteers with Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity and the American Red Cross. She is also a certified Zumba instructor and enjoys painting and playing alto saxophone. Grissom’s mother, Sherra, is a 1988 graduate of ECU.
Hurley honor roll
The all-A honor roll for the third quarter for Hurley Elementary School includes:
Second grade — Isiah Tenor, Jason Campos, Faith Matthews, Holly Winn, Madison McDaniel, Isaac Morrison, Joshua Charles, Maris Wainright, Regan Roakes, Andrew Taylor, Kahlil Cross, Emma Shue, Jenna Wheeler, Qadree Zyiad.
Third grade — Meredith Burton, Allison Ennis, Ariel Fontenot, Mason Furches, Megan Grubb, Kary Hales, Khai Huynh, Kathryn Knorr, Piper Muire, Jackson Murphy, Brianna Mutz, Taylor Walton, Ellen Yang.
Fourth grade — Nicholas Peltz.
Fifth grade — Roarke Burton, Amanda Hassard, Caroline Kruger, Abraham Long, Selma Mustafic, Averi Parker, Briana Saelinger.
Hanford Dole Good Citizens
The following Hanford Dole Elementary School students were named good citizens during the month of March:
Pre-Kindergarten — Marissa Lopez
Kindergarten — Quran Turner, Bailee Goodlett, Na’im Bethea, Jaleska Diaz
First grade — Benjamin Farmer, De’lijah Carpenter, Mikira Worth, Angie Montoya Perez, Sharran Mixson
Second grade — Jamar Jefferies, Donte Coward, Josh Feaster, Layla Jackson
Third grade — Austin Nicholas, Nadia Gallimore, Mahagany Mashore, Logan Loflin
Fourth grade — Uriel Guzman, Damien Sao, Malcolm Wilson, Michael Glogowski
Fifth grade — Greg Crawford, Tashari Turner, Hailey Menius, Savannah Frasier, Colby Moore
Woodleaf honor roll
The third quarter all-A honor roll for Woodleaf Elementary School:
Third grade — Haley Correll, Max Crawford, Kaylin Dowling, Mallory Freeman, Stephanie Roque-Barcenas, Itzia Pena-Flores.
Fourth grade — Cyress Brown, Kelsie Crider, Skylar Jahnke, Nathan Johnson, Madison Smith, Ally Young.
Fifth grade — Christopher Camacho, Bryant Collins, Henry Hall, Victor Pampuch.
Rockwell Christian Fine Arts awards
Rockwell Christian School recently held its Elementary Fine Arts competition in preparation for the NCCSA Fine Arts Competitions that will be held at the Gospel Light Christian School in Walkertown.
Fine Arts allow students to utilize their talents and skills in the areas of poetry, spelling, art, Bible and academics.
The first and second place students in third through sixth grades will be competing April 26 .
The winners from the school’s fine arts contest are listed below in order of first, second and third place finishes.
Kindergarten (art only) — Olivia Bray, Garrett Burchette, Joshua Munson
First grade
Poetry — Ethan Martin, Matthew Thomas, Riley Hill
Spelling — Graci Pickler, Matthew Thomas, Riley Hill
Art — Graci Pickler, Ethan Martin, Riley Hill
Second grade
Poetry — Hannah Dulin, Micah McDaniel, Clara Beaver
Spelling — Anna Teodorovici, Clara Beaver. Landon Hall
Art — Landon Hall, Zachary Prater. Caleb Munson
Third grade
Poetry — Matthew Thomas, Mikayla Hamilton, Emily Wyatt
Spelling — Matthew Thomas, Matthew Bunts, Christian French
Art — Mikayla Hamilton, Nicole Lackey, Matthew Thomas
Bible drill — Matthew Bunts, Brooke Willis, Mikayla Hamilton
Fourth grade
Poetry — Kamden Johnson, Jordan Beaver, Ashlyn Burchette
Spelling — Kamden Johnson, Luke Childers, Colton Funderburk
Art — Ashlyn Burchette, Logan Seagraves, Colton Funderburk
Bible drill — Kamden Johnson, Jordan Beaver, Colton Funderburk
Fifth grade
Poetry — Joshua Cox. Alexandros Kalogeromitros, Mason McDaniel, Alex Miller
Spelling — Carson Thomas, Joshua Cox, Alexandros Kalogeromitros
Art — Collin Teodorovici, Mason McDaniel, Alexandros Kalogeromitros
Bible drill — Alexandros Kalogeromitros, Alex Miller, Mason McDaniel
Sixth grade
Poetry — Michael Hoehman, Devon Ballard, Mary Claire Burleson
Spelling — Michael Hoehman, Devon Ballard, Daniel Ingram
Art — Michael Hoehman
Bible drill — Michael Hoehman, Karah Lanham, Mary Claire Burleson
Statewide academic awards will go to the following students:
• Third-grader Matthew Thomas for first place in English and second place in science
• Third-grader Matthew Bunts for second place in history
Two inducted in UNC Phi Beta Kappa
Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most honored college honorary society, inducted 158 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students as new members on April 2.
Two Rowan County students were inducted:
• Robert Edward Edmiston, a junior with philosophy and psychology majors, son of Dale and Suzanne Edmiston of Landis.
• Emily Marie Ransone, a senior with a psychology major, daughter of Bill Ransone of Salisbury and Carol Ransone of Charlotte.
New members received certificates and Phi Beta Kappa keys, the organization’s symbol.
Phi Beta Kappa membership is open to undergraduates in the college and professional degree programs who meet stringent eligibility requirements.
A student who has completed 75 hours of course work with a GPA of 3.85 or better (on a 4-point scale) is eligible for membership. Also eligible is any student who has completed 105 hours of course work in the liberal arts and sciences with a 3.75 GPA. Grades earned at other universities are not considered. Less than 1 percent of all college students qualify.