ShoutOuts in education
China Grove all-A honor roll
China Grove Elementary School all-A honor roll for the fourth quarter 2012:
Second grade — Brando Angeles-Varela, Gabe Bristol, Ana Carrasco-Vasquez, Jynaisa Chamhers, Nathan Chrismon, Miranda Claus, Ellie Edgington, Richard Gould, Savannah Hart, Ty Hubbard, Crystal Johnson, Noah King, Gabriel Kluttz, Sarah Rhodes, Angel Salazar, Daisy Sisoukrath, Madelyn Suggs, Delanie Talkington, Issac Whitley.
Third grade — Camryn Banker, Colby Cress, Antianna Davis, Jackson Deal, Matthew Epley, Aleah Guiton, Madison Hamel, Haley Hargraves, Raegan Koon, Sean Lewis, Alex London, Katie Mendolera, Aleksis Parker, Christopher Pratt, Mayra Rebollar, Jessica Safrit, Kevin Sotelo-Soto, Raven Waynick, Carson Withers.
Fourth grade — Michaela Hallman, Natida Homsombath, Rachel Lipe, Rebecca Lipe, Jamie Rambo.
Fifth grade — Reena Cavin, Maria Garduno, Matt Jenkins, Ryan Lutz, Sarah Maynor, Jamie Minehart, Kristen Minehart, Jadean Starcher.
Cleveland Elementary honor roll
The following Cleveland Elementary School students made all As during the fourth quarter:
Third grade — Luke Koppe, Macari Allison.
Fourth grade — Cheyenne Kennedy, Grace Hodge, Diane Taylor, Steve Wilmot
Fifth grade — Katie Prince, Mary Brown.
Macari Allison, Steve Wilmot and Mary Brown made honor roll the entire year.
Morgan R. Gray Scholarship awarded
The 2012 Morgan R. Gray Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $700 was awarded to Scarlett Olivia Speaks, a graduate of Gone with the Wind Academy.
Among Speaks’ accomplishments and activities, she served as vice president on the student council of Rowan County Home School Association and participated in youth theater productions at the Norvell Theater. Speaks also volunteered at Rowan Helping Ministries, Samaritan’s Purse and Liberty Commons Nursing Home. Her parents are Tom and Linda Speaks of Salisbury. She will attend Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in the fall pursuing an associate in arts degree.
Hampden-Sydney dean’s list
The following local students attending Hampden-Sydney College were named to the dean’s list for the spring semester:
Perry Michael Ferrell and Conway Haynes Shelton of Mocksville.
To earn this distinction, students must achieve at least a 3.3 semester grade point average out of a possible 4.0.
Dole honor roll and perfect attendance
Hanford Dole Elementary School all-A honor roll for the fourth quarter:
Second grade — Samantha Honeycutt, Jennifer Lore, Logan Halstead.
Third grade — Michael Bass, Kayla Sachse, Milaya Swindell.
Fourth grade — Fanisha Anderson, Hannah Brandt, Xavier Glover, Alex Jackson, Kamya Kesler, Ahmad Morris.
Fifth grade — Chioma Osakwe, Jaylin Salter, Amelia Small.
Perfect attendance for the entire school year:
Anthony Harvey-Phinx, Lynnia Stockton, Joshua Feaster, Braeil Goodlett, Jennifer Lore, Alana Stofford, James Gladden, Blessing Thompson, Jason Cox, Will Kepley, Dalia Ayala-Perez, Logan Loflin, Ashley Lore, Tiana Turner, Brooklynn Ruff, Kaleb Wallace, Malcolm Wilson, Angel Quintero-Cerero, Tyzai Lyles, Chioma Osakwe, Amelia Small, Dedrick Daniels, Tashari Turner, John Hughes, Kaevon Smith, Bailee Goodlett, Jennifer Guzman Ochoa, Mkwasi Walker.
Jasmine Hart awarded SEANC scholarship
State Employees Association (SEANC) awarded two students with scholarships at its annual meeting June 11 in Concord.
The winners were Patrick Livingston from Statesville, a student at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; and Jasmine Hart of Salisbury, a student at UNC-Greensboro.
Each year SEANC districts award students based on need and academics in helping to further their education.
Torie Lucas named to ASU honor society
Torie Lucas, the daughter of Kim and Grady Lucas, has been inducted into Pi Gamma Mu (international honor society in social science) at Appalachian State University.
A dean’s list student, Lucas recently returned from study abroad in Europe with ASU’s social science department.
Langford on High Point dean’s list
Thomas Langford of Salisbury has made the dean’s list for the spring semester at High Point University.
Dean’s list students are those who have attained a 3.5 grade point average for the previous semester based on a 4.0 scale.
Millbridge all-A honor roll
Millbridge Elementary School fourth quarter all-A honor roll:
Third grade — Yasmine Ferguson, Noah Julian, Andrew Lanning, Nolan Miller, Garrett Morris, Jack Weaver, Bailey Webster, Rachel Webster, Luke Wilson, Jared Burton, Landon Cromer, Kate Hartsell, Lean Lannon, Jason Smith, Jack Wilhelm, Brandon Curry, Emma Leazer, Luke Osteen, Ethan Bancroft, Carson Michael, Carlie Moore, Tyler Ward, Hunter Watts.
Fourth grade — Payton Sloop, Madison Henry, Corbin Bolick, Jana McIntyre, Brooke Morrison, Bella Readling, Meredith Swaim, Maxwell Blackledge, Lauren Hayes, Abigail Wilson, Cindy Connolly, Star Dula, Jenna Fisher, Jazmine Soto-Trujillo.
Fifth grade — Emilio Bernal Del Angel, Mallory Challis, Denise Grundman, Andrew Jones, Kelsey Micire, Ethan Newcomb, Haley Pullian, Zane Tutterow, Faith Herendeen, Riley Hunter, Morgan Koontz, Morgan Miller, Chloe Patterson, Alina Shroyer, Gracie Warden, Skylar Ballard, Bailee Elliott, Scotland Karriker, Matthew Licata, Lauren Shell, Jordan Watts, Allison Williams, Karley Wood, Emily Hall.
Millbridge Good Citizens
May Good Citizens at Millbridge Elementary School:
Kindergarten — Makenzi Hallman, Brayden Burr, Charlie Ward, Bailey Linn, Hannah Byrd, Jake Good, Kristen Lamb, Joshua Holcombe, Laylen Krimminger, Erin Freeze, Destinie Lowery.
First grade — Joe Mills, Jacqueline Hill, Elijah Pullian, Bethany Messier, Savanna Bancroft, Ragan Hopkins, Ethan Crowe, Joshua Miller, Kristen Hambright, Jonathon Reddish.
Second grade — Oliver Marcellez, Jack Reed, Lauren Haynes, Orion Henry, Emma Pressley, Blake White, Lauren Corriher, Chace Herring.
Third grade — Jack Weaver, Sam Tyler, Kylee Creech, Daegan Rodgers, Austin Layton, Jacob Newcomb, Riley Paschal, Ty Blacklin.
Fourth grade — Chastity Woods, Logan Poole, Emily Rice, Gabriel Loos, Nick Luostari, Jazmine Soto, Drew Huffman, Brianna Vega.
Fifth grade — Gracie James, Jonathon Taylor, Raven Brady, Haley Pullian, Heather Guiton, Jevon Thames.
Mount Ulla all-A honor roll
Mount Ulla Elementary School fourth quarter all-A honor roll:
Third grade — Erica Conjelko, Will McLaughlin.
Fourth grade — Bret Blevins, Jordan Baker.
Fifth grade — Kaley Honeycutt, Payton Holt, Rebekah Russell, Kacy Cole, Rustyn Orbison, Matthew Ramsay.
Homebuilders Association scholarships
Salisbury-Rowan Homebuilders Association has given out four scholarships to students who intend to pursue a career in the homebuilding industry.
Recipients must be residents of Rowan county; enrolled or plan to enroll in a construction-related field, must provide high school transcripts; must demonstrate academic promise and exhibit personal characteristics that would lead to success in the home builders’ trade; must submit a short paragraph on what they feel this scholarship would help them achieve.
The award, valued at $500, has been given to:
• Lauren Franks of Landis. She graduated from South Rowan High School and is planning on attending N. C. State to study architecture.
• Phillip Colvin of Salisbury. He graduated from Rowan County Early College and plans to study engineering at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
• Richard Dean Crouch of Rockwell. He graduated from East Rowan High and plans to study architecture at UNC-C.
• Wes McNeely of Salisbury. He plans to study civil engineering at N. C. State.
Woodleaf Elementary all-A honor roll
Third grade — Haley Correll, Max Crawford, Megan Daniels, Kaylin Dowling, Xiadany Hernandez Reyes, Mark Mowery, Alex Powers, Stephanie Roque Barcenas,
Fourth grade — Cyress Brown, Zeb Burns, Skylar Jahnke, Taylor Pistone, Madison Smith, Ally Young, Eli Wetmore
Fifth Grade — Ryan Josey, Victor Pampuch
Peace University dean’s list
Lee Yang, a native of Kannapolis, was among 30 students named to the dean’s list with distinction at William Peace University for the spring semester. To receive this distinction, a student must earn a 3.7 to a 3.99 grade point average for the semester.
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