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Education shoutouts

Landis Elementary School Citizens of the Month for October:
Kindergarten – Lukas Eller, Daniel Sanchez, Haley Frazer and Drake Hatley.
First grade – Sebastian Tenorio-Passmore, Kadence Bailey, Arika Hines, Collin Schleyer, Josh Huneycutt and Kayla Brown.
Second grade – Jacob Efird, Noah Hewaij, Lupita Sanchez and Hayle Carter.
Third grade – Deven Fox, Madison Morgan, Merari Miranda and Emily Villamar.
Fourth grade – Zabrian Smith, Eric Lewis, Hope Royal, Faith Lambert, Julia Johnson, Ella Jones and Abby Hall.
Fifth grade – Steven Starks, Jordan Baker, Brenden Finger and Elizabeth Berg.
Faith superlatives
Faith Elementary October Good Citizens and Good Deed Doers and students with perfect attendance:
Good Citizens
Thurman Floyd, Shelby Miller, Charlie Holder, Olivia Farmer, Delaney Nance, Cora Atwell, Nicholas Morris, TJ Woods, Davis Brown, Megan Safrit, Gavin Byrd, Gavin Clement, Luke Morrow, Javarea Buggs, Natalia Soto, Harley Dry, Andrew Rollins, Joy Casteel, Megan Gilleran, Morgan Warren.
Good Deed Doers
Eli Thomas, Sophia Lemasters, Thomas Harris, Blake Wright, Kyler Wilhelm, Mason Riley, Hailey Conte, Cohen Joyner, Cameren Camden, Colby Jackson, Bailee Nester, Karli Peeler, Christian Morris, Pricila Soto, River Belk, Tate Barger, Kaycee Freeman, Mackenzie Harvell, Joseph Cooper, Allie Roseman
1st quarter perfect attendance
Anahi Alba Mejia, Wyatt Benfield, Aidan Sloop, Elijah Thomas, Gwendolyn Thompson, Kaylee Thonen, Jadon Truett, Cira Carroll, Katlyn Lemasters, Jack Pyke, Miley Benfield, Cameron Grubbs, Ethan Sanders, Brooke Ungerer, Makayla Ames, Israel Deal, Destiny Melton, Sawyer Riley, Braxtyn Steger, Adian Wyrick, Kailey Dunn, Samantha Booth, William Bradshaw, Harrison Chandler, Carmen Coble, David Dwiggins, Kila Heglar, Ethan Humes, Gracie McClelion, Delaney Nance, Jordan Wilhite, Eduardo Alba Mejia, Braedon Pattison, Trayvion Pinkett, Mason Riley, Trevor Vaughn, Hailey Conte, Joshua Gardner, Aiden Shull, Allie Treece, Gracie Cato, Donovan English, Zander Farmer, Elaina Grant, Benjamin Grubbs, Faith Hager, Sidney Hare, Kyler Thomas, Davis Brown, Cameren Camden, McKenzie Hall, Avery Hunt, Meredith Utley, Ava Whitaker, Emma Diaz, Alexandria Gardner, Lillyth Jarrett, Ryleigh Lohnes, Chase Martin, Hunter Martin, Trenton Overcash, Carson Riley, Gavin Byrd, Lennin Cabrera, Craig Carlisle, Deacon Cloninger, Caroline Cozart, Hayley Lash, Hunter Moore, Gabriel Morriston, Tristan Ruhnow, Lillian Yousey, Logan Chilson, Samuel Duncan, Alexis Goodman, Haven Hobbs, Kailyn Ritchie, Ian Shue, Emily Warren, Lauren Hill, Liam Pattison, Neely Vinson, Bryson Wallace, Zachary Young, Matthew Zimmerman, Emma Augustson, Hayden Bratten, Javarea Buggs, Taylor Deal, Logan Dolly, Lillian Heard, Luke Heglar, Gunnar Michael, Kaleb Shulenberger, Victoria Cokeley, Justin Cornelius, Hunter Critchley, Timothy Driver, Ashley Frye, Kaycee Harrison, Cole Hopkins, Ashlynn Scarborough, Michael Altmann, Tate Barger, Preston Diaz, Harley Dry, Saybrin Thomas, Ethan Wilhelm, Makana Bradley, Aaron Bradshaw, Gavin Drye, Ryan Duncan, Justin Hare, Garren Hudson, Kacie Overcash, Marshall Steger, Jaden Vaughn, Ellie Wilhelm, Madelyn Cooper, Nicolas Cuellar, Andrew Hare, Mackenzie Harvell, William Huneycutt, Tayler Kimmer, Jentry Lambert, Meghan Madison, Megan Mauzy, Aaron Misenheimer, Kirsten Moore, Chandler Morgan, Maximos Morris, Isaiah Morriston, Karley Teague, Baron Wright, Cameron Zimmerman, Dylan Broome, Aviana Buggs, Mattie Chilson, Megan Gilleran, Haley Grant, Kayla Heglar, Mackenzie Nichols, Madison Summers, Gabriel Thomas, Leah Cauble, Corbin Durham, Jared George, Madalyn Hartness, Hazen Hotchkiss, Victoria Lemasters, Jonathan Loftin, Allie Roseman, Devon Truett, Morgan Warren.
Isenberg Great Gators
The following students were recently selected as October Great Gators for displaying good judgement:
Pre-Kindergarten: Jaquelin Estrada.
Kindergarten: Aliyiah Callandret, Jaylan Chambers, Kendrick Cornelius, Landen Dudas, Kendall Mason, Donna Grace Schmeltzer, Khari Short, Rodney Tillman and Taitiyuanna Torrence.
First grade: Lauren Arnold, Andrew Burton, Madelyn Casey, Taailyah Hasan, Rae’Quon Houston, Janasia McCorkle, Carlos Pacheco, Lesly Reyes and Ashley Sanchez.
Second grade: Amber Bostian, Michelle Cartwright, Emoriah Feamster, Andy Ortez-Cruz, Jasmine Ramsey and Catherine Romero.
Third grade: Estela Araiz Sandoval, David Burton, Mya Langford, Devonte Lyerly, Briseyda Pacheco, Christian Sandoval-Simon and Christian Zavala-Guzman.
Fourth grade: My-esha Chaffin, Ella Coleman, Dashea Davis, Channin Grant, Zaria King and Tamya Ross.
Fifth grade: Michael Cartwright, Keith Jackson, Sonia Lezama, Danmert Martinez, Summer Riddle and Keith Shaw

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