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Education shoutouts

Talitha C. Bowers of Granite Quarry has been awarded the CMSgt David A. Earnhardt Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 by the North Carolina National Guard Association Educational Foundation. She has excelled academically, participated in community and school activities, and will attend Western Carolina University.
Tricia J. Mallimo of Salisbury has been awarded the Walter R. Freeze Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 by the North Carolina National Guard Association Educational Foundation. She has excelled academically, participated in community and school activities, and will attend Pfeiffer University.
Jonathan Bruno of Mooresville has been named to the Emory & Henry dean’s list for the spring semester.
To be eligible for dean’s list, a student must achieve a semester GPA of 3.6 or better and take a minimum of 12 credit hours of course work during the semester.
Matthew Parris of Salisbury has made the dean’s list at Coastal Carolina University for the spring 2013 semester. To qualify for the dean’s list, freshmen must earn a 3.25 grade point average, and upperclassmen must earn a 3.5 grade point average. All students must be enrolled full time.
Cessily Allyn Burris of Landis graduated from Clemson University with a bachelor of science degree in marketing.
Alex Britt, of Salisbury, was among Carson-Newman University’s May 2013 graduating class. Britt graduated with a bachelor of science degree.
Patrick Diep, an aerospace engineering major and resident of China Grove, was among the students from Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne who were named to the dean’s list for the spring semester, which ended in May.
To be included on the dean’s list, a student must complete 12 or more graded credits in a semester with a semester grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.4.
The following local residents have been named to the President’s List at Clemson University for the spring 2013 semester:
Morgan Elizabeth Tadlock of China Grove.
Kristen Mae Carpenter and Robert Jordan Hall of Mooresville.
To be named to the president’s list, a student must achieve a 4.0 (all As) grade-point average.
The following local residents have been named to the dean’s list at Clemson for the spring 2013 semester:
Cessily Allyn Burris of Landis.
Elise Nicole Griffin of Mooresville.
To be named to the dean’s list, a student must achieve a grade-point average between 3.5 and 3.99 on a 4.0 scale.
The following students were selected as good citizens for May at North Rowan Elementary School based on the character trait self-discipline: Qudir Thomas, Ngoc Duong, Mia Hawkins, Tyler Morrison, Deztyni Shepherd, Kara Brightbill, Brittany Moss, Stella Sophia, Selene Albarran, Miguel Villalobos, Alex Hancock, Jasmin Lara, Aden Toledo, Yasmin Carrillo, Jaden Hager, Shyanne Bryant, Lily Savage, Anna Everhart, Demeturis Jefferies, Jacob Vang, Eric Shepherd, Jacob Vang, Jalexa Ortiz, Tyvonta Rushmeyer, Eris Riley, Hayla Walker, Kim Flores, Will Reavis, Lee Vaughters, Nevaeh Brown, Natalie Jaramillo, Elijah Gray-Batts, Mohamed Mohammed, Orion Harris, Guadalupe Cervantes, Kelvin Flores, Evan Mahaley, Kendal Mitchell, Dalton Connolly, Hunter Russell, Ja’mih Tucker, Aniyah Wise, Marissa Craig, Kimberly Trucios, Elinor Hinson, Nayeli Carcamo-Martinez, Alex Wise, Summer Pike, Matthew Mason, Anaya Gaiter, Tuff Beck, Ivory Vriesema, Miayanna Sherrill-Jones, Khalil Davis, Elijah Hills, Mandi Stoyanov, Jaleel Pemberton, Alenbi Alfaro, Xzaviar Davis, Kenndrick Harper, Jesse Jamison, Amari Gaiter, Dominique Kerns, Trinity Gladden, Tayla Thomas, Princess Granby, Shayra Dok, Emmanuel Ellis, Brielle Pearman, Cadence Shepherd, Peyton Thornburg, Noah Williams, Tyseana Hughes, Alexis Luther, Leo Wang, Bryanna Moss, Ashala Pruitt, Jada Hawkins, Alexis Williams, Kyleigha Hill, Bella Smith, Nuna Herh, Providence Sisomphou, Kwalik Stafford, Jamyiah Foster, Samuel Lisenby, Olivia Hudgins, Kimora Geter, Javari Houston, Brooklyn Weber, Sanai Sims, Connor Pacilio, Abby Beam, Kaylin Hill, Cyomara Tapley, Katelyn Swindle, Javon Smith.
Benedictine College has recognized those students who have distinguished themselves academically during the last semester. Sarah Suder of Salisbury was recently named to the dean’s list for the spring semester.
To achieve the dean’s list, students must carry a minimum of 12 credit hours and have a 3.5 to 3.9 grade point average. Of the 1,716 undergraduate students on campus for the 2012-2013 academic year, 440 made the dean’s list.
These students at Ethan Shive Elementary showed perseverance for April: Perla Pineda, Blayke Bowman, Leanna Rojas, Hailey Ghent, Harleigh Kesler, Aly Smith, Stewart Callahan-Fletcher, Skyland Whitley, Mia George, Jared Doreste, Kennedy Watts-Hofner, Caitlyn McMillan, Ivan Landaverde, Anna Tarplee, Summer Drew, Maria Gregory, Riley House, Skylar Brink, Eli Dalton, Aden Brown, Aly Randall, Brooke Benge, Brennan Sinclair, Summer Null, Lauren McNeely, Kyla Butler, Heath Kesler, Joey Hinson, Peyten Eller, Shay Leonard, Peyton McSweeney, Ali Abbey, David Jordan, Luke Dulin, Angel Evans, Chandler Sneed, Jared Ashbaugh, Sophia Brown, Charity Cox, Anna Hester, Marissa Blackwelder, AJ Jackson.
King and Queen Bees

These students/staff showed a random act of kindness for April: Ashley Drye, Addisyn Keen, Luke Dulin, Skyler Christner, Abner Chao, Matteo Ramirez, Micheal Lopez-Villalobos, Trina Vanhoy, Perla Pineda, Maddox Moore, Sarah Jessee, Cory Sneed, Grady Ross, Peyten Eller, Stormy Cline, Heaven Javis, Hannah Galloway, Marissa Blackwelder, Alex Culp, Jacob Usher, Clorissa MacMurray, Kelsey Herring, Wayne Mize, Layla Ewing, Stewart Callahan-Fletcher, Hayden Simmerson, Jaxon Mastranunzio, Zane Thompson.
The following area students were named to various honors lists at East Carolina University:
Chancellor’s list

Salisbury — Chelsea Dempsey, Sydney Houghton, Hunter Ingram, Philip Miclat, James Parker, Rebecca Schiemann.
Rockwell — Gregory Scarola.

Woodleaf — Emma Summers.
Dean’s list

Salisbury — Malcolm Butner, Jason Eadnhardt, Daniel Hildebran, Sydney Humphrey, Lindsay Mullis, Brenna Patterson, Molly Robinson, Magen Shipton, Brooke Stoner, Cody Teter, Suzanne Wells.
Cleveland — Shane Davidson.

Faith — Briana Deese, Jenna Lyerly.
Rockwell — Deon Pillsbury.

Honor roll
Gold Hill — Olukunle Akindahunsi, Victoria Wagoner.
Salisbury — Coleton Boone, Demeris Brown, Lauren Collings, Asmir Dizdarevic, Sarrah Holman, Brett Kesler, Ian Lance, Alex Lawson, Brittany Massey, Myles Moore, Jessica Utley, Raleigh Watson, Emily Yelton.
China Grove — Charnae Brown, Marcus Wilkie.
Rockwell — Brenna Goodman, Rachel Hughes.
Woodleaf — Wilson Holloway.

Cleveland — Aaron Murdock, Megan Shore.
Landis — Taylor White.
The following area students graduated from East Carolina University this May:
Salisbury — Coleton Boone, bachelor of science; Lauren Collins, summa cum laude, bachelor of science in nursing; Sydney Houghton, magna cum laude, bachelor os science; Sydney Humphrey, bachelor of science; Hunter Ingram, summa cum laude, bachelor of science; Brittany Massey, bachelor of science; Caitlin Moore, cum laude, bachelor of science; Brenna Patterson, bachelor of science; Rebecca Schiemann, magna cum laude, bachelor of science; Jacob Wilhelm, bachelor of arts.
Landis — Michael Gore, doctor of physical therapy; James Ruckart, bachelor of science.
China Grove — Sarah King, bachelor of science in nursing.
Faith — Matthew Lefko, bachelor of science.
Woodleaf — Zeb Link, master of science; Emma Summers, magna cum laude, bachelor of arts.
Granite Quarry — Dean Pierce, bachelor of science; Kalyne Reid, bachelor of science in nursing.
Rockwell — Gregory Scarola, bachelor of science.
Cleveland — Megan Shore, magna cum laude, bachelor of science in nursing.
Kannapolis — Heather Burney, summa cum laude, bachelor of science; Ginger Dunlow, bachelor of science; Terah Goad, master of science; Shawn Lipe, certificate; Nia Metz, bachelor of arts.

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