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Education shoutouts

Landis Elementary School Citizens of the Month for October:
Kindergarten — Manuel Recinos Mendez, Luke Wingler, Tiffany Fite and David Cruz Marquez.
First grade — Kynlee Dextraze, Sophia Cline, Cristopher Vasquez Gonzalez, Brinley Patterson and Elisa Landaverde.
Second grade — Hunter Black, Karina Galarza Espinoza, Miranda Watson and Kayla Brown.
Third grade — Garrett Christy, Lauren Taylor, Amy Mata and Edwin Sosa.
Fourth grade — Hannah Hewaij, Madison Morgan, Romeo Sosa and Jesse Wayne.
Fifth grade — Zaniya Little, Elizabeth Wyrick, Faith Lambert and Paige Chabala.
Enochville Elementary School recently selected Wise Owls for October 2013. The following students have consistently exhibited good citizenship, good manners and exceptional behavior:
Kindergarten — Matthew Overcash, Ava Scarborough, Emma Goodman, Matthew Lowder, Reese Lauderdale, Hunter Allen.
First grade — Kaylee Robbins, Braylon Pelshaw, Skylar Price, Ryan Walden, Alan Gutierrez Ballinas, Malori Melton, Laney Beaver, Cameron Barth.
Second grade — Madison Beaver, Parker Kelly, Luciana DePaulo, Boston Heller, Michael Spry, Rylie Williams.
Third grade — Brooks Bumgarner, Cheyanne Hunter, Ryker Charles, Melanie Stephens, William Pillsbury, Chloe Threadgill.
Fourth grade — Kyrsten Kepley, Gavin Jackson, Holly Tucker, Maleya Richardson, Makayla Taylor, Jackson Black.
Fifth grade — Taylor Chapman, Bradly Hatley, Carmen Teague, Austin Tilley, Joshua Carver, Katie Rasbach.
These are the students/staff that were recognized showing a random act of kindness for October.
Corry Sneed, Braulio Garcia-Aldaco, Shane Barringer, Marcus Craig, Brianna Degraw, Ethan Scott, Christopher Sneed, Rebecca Newman, Cheyenne Hulin, Phoebe Cole, Adrianna Watkins, Jesse Edge, Mackenzie Heald, Nathan Moore, Vic Fowler, Hannah Heard, Mr. Feierstein, Mason Ridenhour, Skylar Christner, Karson Sloop, Luke Eller, Morgan Duncan, Sydney Shore, Mackenzie Hallman, Tessa Christner, Maria Gregory, Grey Causby, Linkin Cain, Nicholas Hill, Raeden Swinson, Griffin Yarborough, Gaven Johnson, Victoria Blackwelder, Gage Poole, Garrett Christy, Lizzie Norris, Hannah Johnson, Caroline Quick, Logan Holshouser, Reese Miller, Kyla Gougenhour, Emma Roth, Zeke Brown, Jeremy Huyler, Lexus Ridenhour, Bryan Barlow, Kady Griffin, Bella Weiss, Emery Basinger, Alexander Culp.

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