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Gray Stone Day School held its ninth annual National Honor Society induction (NHS) on Oct. 14 at the school in Misenheimer. Parents of the inductees and the entire faculty and student body of Gray Stone were in attendance.
Current National Honor Society members conducted the candlelight ceremony, focusing on the four cardinal principles of scholarship, leadership, character and service. The service was led by NHS officers Caroline McLeod, president; Preston Bowers, vice president; Evana Bodiker, secretary; and John Latimer, treasurer. For the processional, NHS member Shelby Adams played Bach’s Gavotte on the flute. Faculty members Chris Brown and Heather Ferguson are NHS advisers.
The National Honor Society requires that a prospective member must possess a minimum 4.0 GPA and show evidence of achievement in three other areas. This year five seniors and 14 juniors were tapped for induction and took the honor society pledge, administered by Helen Nance, chief administrative officer. The seniors are Anna Chamberlain, Libby Fowler, Mica Giles, Gerri Lambert and Hope Moua. The juniors are Erin Ansbro, Matthew Chilton, David Cowan, Chris Distin, Taylor Earnhardt, Frankie Goodnight, Meghan Hedgepeth, Reid Huckabee, Sandi Jusic, Theodore Karabet, Rachel Poston, Jordan Redman, David Singletary and Dray Smith.
Following the service, Gray Stone’s parent association, the Lance, hosted a reception for the inductees and their families in the Gray Stone Commons.
The following is a list of the November Star Students for Granite Quarry Elementary:
Pre-kindergarten — Christian Pacheco-Hege.
Kindergarten — Kaley Pfister, Cooper James, Daedrian Jackson, Karmen Cunningham.
First grade — Cole Humphreys, John Jarvis, Alex Hedenskog, Harrison Ailshie.
Second grade — Zoe Proctor, Makayla Williams, Marlee Houck, Jazmyne Bell.
Third grade — Nathan Steele, Noah Cauble, Blake Hill, Shyann Wolfe.
Fourth grade — Jacob Ousley, Victoria Albright, Morrigan Wilhelm.
Fifth grade — Christian Morgan, Alexus Lancaster, Emerson McMillin, Mayra Fabian.
The staff of Bostian Elementary would like to recognize the following students for standing out as exemplary citizens for October. These students have all gone above and beyond what is expected of them at school.
Kindergarten — Meghan Eagle, Brant Graham, Hailey Moose, Will Davis, Colten Hines, Ashtyn Eagle.
First grade — Gloria Lemus, Leland Kennedy, Crew Ritchie, Makenna Hinson, Christian Wheeler, Isabelle Smith.
Second grade — Ethen Flowers, Arika Hines, Leah Rymer, Riley Zickafoose, Harley Beaver, Jack Hardman.
Third grade — Cameron Burleyson, Sydney Sandusky, Kayden Hartness, Hannah Bost.
Fourth grade — Ryan Maltba, Mary Turpin, Trevor Hunsucker, Abbie Messer.
Fifth grade — Sarah Carter, Andrew Beaver, Landan Beaver, Jadyn Kirkpatrick.
Cleveland Elementary School Good Citizens for October:
Kindergarten — Maria Cortez, Bryson Wilhelm, Tiffany Sorenson, Jared Morris, Brody Breitwieser, Heidi Kennerly.
First — Kaleigh Goodman, Grayson Jordan, Blake Fero, Ashley Pardo.
Second — Katelyn Lee, Joseph Morris, Noah Cook, Sayre Brooks, Mason Snyder, Janessa Watkins.
Third — Austin Moore, Katelynn Nottingham, Anna Parrish, Jared Wetzler, Madelyn VonCanon, Bryan Taylor.
Fourth — Cydney Graham, Chandler Goodman, Trey Bailey, Elizabeth Bogle.
Fifth — Jaymason Breitwieser, Angel Wood, Ginny Williams, Kyler Lawson.
Cleveland Elementary School all-A honor roll:
Third grade — Paxton Greene, Mason Lee, Alex Bouk, Peyton Bruce, Ciara Cuthbertson, Evelyn Kwitowski, Anna Parrish, Tanner Brown, Benjamin Lee, Easton Troutman, Bryan Taylor.
Fourth grade — Jeri Taylor, Ashley Pender, Chandler Goodman, Krysten Cline, Steven Ramsey, Cole Haas, Brianna Hennessy, Kailee Keller, Lacy Waggoner.
Fifth grade — Macari Allison, Luke Koppe, Ginny Williams.
Woodleaf Elementary School announces its all-A honor roll:
Third grade — Emma Josey, Linnea Rufty, Aaron Clements, Morgan Creason, Abram Davis, Bridget Hall, Sami Keys, Katlyn Lyons, Carolina Mitchell, Emily Mitchell, Maggy Moore, Karsen Simpson, Malachi Smith, Nick LeDoux, Daniel Merrill.
Fourth grade — Ariana Anaya-Locklear, Hayden Brown, Sawyer Hess, Dayanara Monroy-Luna, Kenadi Sproul, Summer Kennedy.
Fifth grade — Haley Foster, Stephanie Roque-Barcenas, Sierra Simmerson, Stephen Leichman, Katelyn White.
Mount Ulla Elementary School all-A honor roll for first quater:
Third grade — Kassie Fink, Anna Harrison, Brooke Kennerly, Sydney Honeycutt.
Fourth grade — Will Bost, Justin Cole, Abby Freeze, Laney Gabosch, Ben Kiser, Madeline Kluttz, Joey Lantrip, Reese Martin, Madison Reber.
Fifth grade — Erica Conjelko, Jacob Bogle, Luke Harrison, Karina Jaimes, Will McLaughlin.
The following Isenberg Elementary students were recently named to the all-A honor roll for first quarter:
Second grade — Savanna Chopp, Kailena Fruchtman, Caden Gomez-Renteria, Madison Krider, Christopher Le, Ethan Le, Lam Le, Nhi Le, Tattenia McNeely, Noe Oliva, Katherine Peeler, De’Mya Phifer and Talik Robinson.
Third grade — Adamma Anukwuem, Julian Beltran, Michelle Cartwright, Hannah Johnson and Neveah Robinson.
Fourth grade — Armonie Brown, Taniya Medlin, Roselin Perdomo and Trinity Venne.
Fifth grade — Bella Altemare, Andre Anukwuem, Chidera Dimkpa, Ke’ara McCoy and Layla Mohammad.
The first quarter A honor roll students from Rockwell Elementary School:
Third grade — Ashley Boyd, Lindsey Cook, Emma Cornelison, Kate Edmunds, Anasty Faavesi, Emily Flannery, Tyler Goodman, Carson Hamilton, Whitt Hoesman, Brittany Honeycutt, Isabelle Medina, Colin Misenheimer, Emma Myers, Caitlyn Perdue, Graci Pickler, Cole Poplin, Connor Samples, Aidan Seiscio, Grant Shafer, Hayden Stiller.
Fourth grade — Clara Beaver, Halle Caltrider, Jacob Causey, Griffin Jones, Molly McDonald.
Fifth grade — Alec Barbetto, Daniel Beaver, Hannah Brady, Shelbee Bryant, Emma Collins, Chelsea Earnhardt, Melanie Grooms, Shirley Guo, Jake Hunter, Lani Isley, Garrett Kimbrell, Byrson Loflin, Dorothy Malone, Landon Shuping, Gavin Sprinkle.

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