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Education shoutouts

Faith Elementary School announces its second quarter honor roll.
Third grade – Chase Cranford, Nathan Hoffman, Maddox Rollins, Adrianna Goodman, McKenzie Hall, Donovan English, Logan Eastman, Chase Beason and Devin Coburn.
Fourth grade – Joshua Jeans, Neely Vinson, Emma Augustson, Luke Morrow, Brandon Nichols, Grace Dunn, Christian Morris, Malachi Williams-Neely, Hope Hawkins, Austin Cook and Luke Heglar.
Fifth grade – Aaron Bradshaw, Garren Hudson, Ellie Wilhelm, Ashton McDaniel, Ryan Duncan, Ben Klein and Ethan Wilhelm.
Gray Stone Day School announces its second quarter honor roll.
Ninth grade — Isabella Alvarez, Maira Haque, Drew Heald, Tyler Heald, Kathrine Helms, Parker Jenkins, Maria Kanawati, William Nicks, Frankie Rivell and Raines Webster.
Tenth grade — Cassie Bebout, Catherine Blake-Harris, Shannon Efird, Megan Frick, Jake Goodnight, Sarah Hutton, Celsea Reeder, Lacey Turner and Ilya Wang.
Eleventh grade — Taylor Earnhardt, Margaret Ericson, Frankie Goodnight, Billy Haque, Caroline Lowder.
Twelfth grade — John Latimer, Caroline McLeod and Jennie Wagner.
Tamara N. Thompson of China Grove was named to Wichita State University’s dean’s list honor roll for fall 2013.
To be included on the dean’s honor roll, a student must be enrolled full time (at least 12 credit hours) and earn at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
Sean Halton of Salisbury received his bachelor of science degree in physics from Stephen F. Austin University during their fall commencement exercises.
Caroline Dula of Salisbury was named to the dean’s list at Clemson University for the fall 2013 semester. To be named to the dean’s list, a student must achieve a grade-point average between 3.50 and 3.99 on a 4.0 scale.
Appalachian State University has announced its fall chancellor’s and dean’s lists; included is a list of fall graduates.
China Grove — Chancellor’s list: Jeremiah Graham Bradshaw, Macie Kendall Hudson.
Dean’s list: Ashley Marie Blevins, Lauren Mckenzie Johnson, Morgan Ruthann Johnson, Jacob Logan Nance, Allison Breanne Smith, Alannah Brooke Wilson, Miranda Renee Wyatt .
Faith — Chancellor’s list: Connor Lee Bost.
Kannapolis — Chancellor’s list: Noah Alexander Belk, McKinley Ann Goodnight, Kayla Brooke Reed, Allison Tresslar, Erin Nicole Yacuzzo.
Dean’s list: Paige Elizabeth Barrier, Katie Lynn Belk, Alexander Lee Brandon, Maedchen Amelia Britton, Robert James Jordan, Aaron James McKenzie, Whitney Cameron Moore, Karley Elizabeth Reed, Amanda Rae Ritchie, Sarah Caroline Teumer, Hillary Lane Tuggle, Haihoua Yang .
Rockwell — Chancellor’s list: Evan Scott Hiatt.
Dean’s list: Courtney Blair Bradway, Lianna Rhea Michael, Justin Earl Rattz.
Salisbury — Chancellor’s list: Amber Nicole Boling, Patrick Daye, Sara Nicole Holmes, Megan Michelle Linke, Summer Skye Mcintyre, Miller Colby Sokolowski, Arturo Vergara Jr, Susanna Eleanor Wooten, Lily Margaret Yatawara.
Dean’s list: Bridget Renee Boling, David Tripp Caldwell, Sadie Doan Chuor, Sean Michael Cobb, Joseph Bradley Cress, Alec Julian Daye, Madalyn Clair File, Lee A. Fisher, Scott Hartley Friedrich, Seth Buchanan Gentry, Brett Thomas Graham, Lauryn Blair Green, Taryn Sage Higgins, Karley Elaine Ingold, Breeann Dawn Lambert, Lauren Daisy Lemke, Carmen Elizabeth Lowe, Ethan Alexander Mancil, Matthew Taylor Marshall, Kristen Renee Mathis; Samantha Amanda Moffa, Magan Christina Richard, William Nelson Robertson, Natasha Lynn Small, Katlyn Dalaine Smith, Brandon Louis Snider, Sabrina Ellen Stephens, Cassandra Rochell Strobel, Sarah Ashley Teel.
Fall graduates
China Grove — Torie Elizabeth Lucas, Bachelor of Science, sociology, magna cum laude.
Cleveland — Mackenzie Gail Radford, Bachelor of Science, psychology, cum laude.
Faith — Deboraha Linn Benfield, Master of Arts, special education
Kannapolis — Nicholas Gray Buckwell, Bachelor of Science, history; Melony Rose Hiester, Bachelor of Social Work, magna cum laude; Samuel Eric Yow, Bachelor of Arts. political science .
Mount Ulla — Dylan Gray Andrews, Bachelor of Science, exercise science; Susan B. Overcash, Master of Library Science.
Salisbury — Shea Marie Comadoll, Bachelor of Science, chemistry, summa cum laude, Grace Elizabeth Fortune, Bachelor of Science, Daniel F. Garwood, Bachelor of Science, Spanish, education; Austin Scott Greenwood, Bachelor of Science, exercise science; Nicholas William Paolino, Bachelor of Music, music performance, Griselda Portillo, Bachelor of Science, biology, cell/molecular bio.
Spencer — Phillip Michael Gilmore, Bachelor of Science, criminal justice.
Rowan-Salisbury Schools Director of Transportation Judy Burris has recognized the following employees for exemplary service as bus drivers for February. A bus driver must adhere to all the duties and responsibilities set forth by the Rowan-Salisbury Schools Transportation Department and are nominated by their bus coordinator for this honor each month.
North area — Jonathan Tomblin, North Rowan High School and North Rowan Middle School, bus 301;
East area — Rebecca Hiatt, East Rowan High School and Erwin Middle School, bus 323;
West area — Amanda McGuire, Cleveland Elementary School, bus 178;
South area — Karen Lambert, Enochville Elementary School, bus 38;
Salisbury area — Jerry Miller, Salisbury High School and Knox Middle School, bus 349;
Special needs — Rhonda Kluttz, Bus 97;
Substitute driver — Ethan Grantham, unit-wide.
North Rowan Elementary School announces its second quarter honor roll.
Third grade – Abbey Beam, Evan Davis, Kathrine Ellis, Taylor Hail, TySeauna Hughes, Emma Light, Daphne Robinson, Miayanna Sherrill-Jones, Paige Smithers, Stella Sophia, Sophia Tsambounieris, Nevaeh Wood and Omar Witherspoon.
Fourth grade – Marbeli Bustillo Castro, Jada Hawkins, Sebastian Jabana, Ali Khatib, Jasmin Lara Martinez, Ashley Nguyen, Christarian Patterson, Christopher Portillo, Kadrian Smith, Mandilyn Stoyanov, Kaylin Sturdivant-Hill and Jordan Young.
Fifth grade – Shania Brown, Chandler Castillo, Dalton Connolly, Dylan Connolly, Anna Everhart, Anthony Finger, Aaron Hancock, Kendrick Harper, Evan Mahaley, Chase Shoaf, Abby Smith, Madisyn Smith, Logan Stach and Tiana Turner.

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