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Education shoutouts

October good citizens at Millbridge Elementary:
Kindergarten – James Ritchie, Riley Hopkins, Addison Beaver, Ruby Albarran, Hannah Puckhaber, Luke Hopkins, Conner Coy, Marshal Faw.
First grade – Chloey Hallman, Jarell Wallace, Ava Hinson, Brady Maillet, Blythe Elliott, Brett Morris, Kyndal Sigmon, Brice Knox, Daisy Sanchez, Josh Bost.
Second grade – Zachary McNeely, Ragan Hopkins, Delana Frye, Zain English, Audrey Weaver, Hunter Rohletter, Gabe Dial, Brookelyn Artz.
Third grade – Cameron Sides, Megan Dailey, Adyson Sisk, Samuel Morrow, Olivia Dula, McKinley Faw, Abby Lee, McGuire Caudill, Payton Black, Emmanuel Amezquita.
Fourth grade – Samantha English, German Mirafuentes, Ethan Bancroft, Bailey Webster, Allison Rinehardt, Sam Tyler, Hunter Watts, Haley Cannon.
Fifth grade – Montana Brown, Noah Arnsten, Abigail Wilson, Nicholas Smith, Tyler Sheets, Jenna Fisher, Trent Rivers, Macayla Lomartire.
Shive Kings and Queens
These are Shive Elementary School’s King/Queen Bee winners for October. These students/staff showed a random act of kindness: Allison Morris, Summer Null, Axil Peterson, Emma Roth, Jackson Honeycutt, Jesse Edge, Josh Loyd, Mallory Bentley, Krysten Cain, Maria Gregory, Kady Griffin, Matteo Ramirez, Tyler Lambert, Lainey Sweet, Queston Torbush, Karlee Miller, Hayden Reese, Dylan Kluttz, Mya Morgan, Tristen Fuller, Oren Bost, Kiersten Drye, Mrs. Bloom, Koby Nelson, Alex Vazquez.
North Rowan band places first
The North Rowan High School Marching Cavaliers placed first in class 2A with a rating of excellent during East Rowan Mustang Classic on Oct. 6.
The band also finished second in percussion, second in color guard, first in marching, 1st in general effect and 1st in music.
The Marching Cavaliers will be participating in upcoming competitions at Patrick County High School in Virginia, Porter Ridge High School in Indian Trail and North Davidson High School in Lexington.
The North Rowan Band is also now taking fruit orders as part of their annual fruit sale. Call director Andrew Howe at 704-639-7054 if you would like to place an order.
Hurley Good Citizens
The Good Citizens for October at Hurley Elementary School include:
Kindergarten – Emma Haynes, Cole Brinskelle, Jeremiah Davidson, Rachel Fisher, Bishop Jones.
First grade – David Camacho Carrillo, Sonia Cruz, Hannah Waddell, Mark Velazquez-Perez, Elijah Finley.
Second grade – Christopher Watson, Katherine Burton, Lauren Abigail Whitesell, Katelyn Lentz, Autumn King.
Third grade – Alan Hernandez Cuevas, Marielle Youker, Faith Matthews, Akin Robinson, Holly Winn.
Fourth grade – Mason Furches, Christopher Stowe, Nikolas Wolfe, Amy Nguyen, Emily Knorr.
Fifth grade – Cassidy Farrell, Ariel Coughenour, Payton Proctor, Jean Holman.
Hanford Dole Good Citizens
The following students were recognized as Good Citizens at Hanford-Dole in October. These students exemplified the character trait of responsibility.
Pre-K – Xavier Vuyou
Kindergarten – Zmyia Vinson, Katelyn Smith, Justin Reliford, Joseph Hernandez, Christian Rosado
First grade – Daniel Montes-Medrano, Jennifer Guzman Ochoa, Mechelle Zendejas, Jaleska Diaz
Second grade – Jordan Feaster, Dyanara Ochoa-Corrales, Cheyanne Hill, Angie Perez-Montoya
Third grade – Brenden Brewer, Faith Brown, Ashley Black, Braeil Goodlett
Fourth grade – Jennifer Napoles, Dajun Archie, Chase Keener, Logan Loflin
Fifth grade – Brittany Streater, Devan Johnson, Damein Sao, Zyneyeh Hayes

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