Landis Elementary School Citizens of the Month for January include:
Kindergarten — Will Welch, Sadie Siscoe, Paola Viveros and Roy Watson.
First grade — Jorge Alvarado, Peyton Wilhoit, Allanah McArthur, Drake Hatley and Janie Gonzalez Rios.
Second grade — Tyler Williams, Miles Roberts, Meredith Eudy and Teagan Salamone.
Third grade — Brannon Gulledge, Benjamin Landaverde, Noah Hewaij and Trinity Wheeler.
Fourth grade — MiKayla Biles, Samuel Salamanca, Faith Lipke and Sydney LaFollette.
Fifth grade — Ariana Isabella, MaJaila Lotts, Tyson Roberts and Jeffrey Watson.
January Good Citizens at Millbridge Elementary:
Kindergarten — Alexis Story, Alex Snyder, Carly Perkins, Jhack Pless, Maddie Holden, Skyler Vining, Aurelia Palacios, Nathaniel Thomas.
First grade — Naki Jones, Israel Ford, Sophie Lipe, Carter Rohletter, Lukas Eller, Lexie Smith, Hannah Puckhaber, Chase Fisher.
Second grade — Korbyn Hudson, Charlie Ann Ward, Sara Pierce, Jacob Oliver, Daisy Sanchez, Grayson Steedley, Zachary Almond, Kassidy Sechler, Brice Knox.
Third grade — Makayla Borst, Kenny Snyder, Dakota McConkey, Jesse Rinehardt, Jayleigh Wise, Madison Rawlings, Yameli Landaverde, Laney Reilly.
Fourth grade — Lauren Haynes, Mia Arnsten, Rhylie Keller, Dawsyn Williams, Hailey Blevins, Brooklyn Biddy, Aurora Palacios, Juan Alvarado.
Fifth grade — Haley Almond, Carson Michael, Tommy Loder, Kyndoll Roach, Jessica Miller, Riley Paschal, Tyler Brown, Cierra Truman.
William Overcash of Salisbury earned the distinction of Faculty Honors for fall 2013 at the Georgia Institute of Technology. This designation is awarded to undergraduate students who have a 4.0 academic average for the semester.
Nathan Miller of Gold Hill was named to the dean’s list. This designation is awarded to undergraduate students who have a 3.0 or higher academic average for the semester.
Spencer Patrick Dixon, a student at Hampden-Sydney College, was named to the dean’s list for the fall semester of the 2013-2014 academic year.
He is a graduate of Salisbury High School and the son of Glenn and Beth Dixon of Salisbury.
To earn this distinction, students must achieve at least a 3.3 semester grade point average out of a possible 4.0.
Nicolette Blake of Mooresville has been named to the dean’s honor roll for the fall 2013 semester at Oklahoma City University.
Students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours during a semester to meet the dean’s honor roll requirements and maintain a GPA of 3.5.
University of North Carolina at Pembroke announced chancellor’s and honors lists for the fall semester 2013.
Chancellor’s honors — Students are eligible for the chancellor’s list if they achieve a minimum semester quality point average of 3.7 while passing at least 12 semester hours of course work; none of the 12 hours may be pass/fail.
Kannapolis — Aaron Steve Kincaid.
Salisbury — Deborah Cooper Lineberry.
Honors list — Students are eligible for the honors list if they achieve a minimum semester quality point average of 3.2 while passing at least 12 semester hours of course work; none of the 12 hours may be pass/fail.
Kannapolis — Devon Alexandra Mauldin, Halbreonda S. McNeill, Amber M. Watkins.
Mooresville — Jordan Lamar Champion, Christian Brian Conboy, Shawn Patrick Conboy, Megan Danielle Hillard, Anna Nicole Scholten.
China Grove — Alexa Rae Allison,; Cadarreus Devoe Mason.
Salisbury — Andrew David Beck, Heather Ciscel, Kayla Lynn Ferguson, Haylee Marisa Gardner, Ashely Nicole Hower, Brett Parks Huffman, Tamara Nicole Oglesby.
The following Lenoir-Rhyne University students were named to the dean’s list for the fall 2013 term: Alyssa Hall, of Salisbury; Andrew Leslie, of Kannapolis; Spencer Nance, of Cleveland; Krista Swartz, of Mooresville.
Lenoir-Rhyne University congratulates the following students who were named to the president’s list for the fall 2013 term: Quinn Scarvey, of Salisbury; Braelyn Sullivan and Joshua Holbrooks, of Mooresville.
Students who achieve grade averages of 3.8 and above on the 4.0 scale are named to the president’s list. No course carried on a pass-fail basis, by examination, correspondence, or exemption was counted toward the 12 hours required for the president’s honor list.