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Overton Elementary school announces its honor roll for the second quarter.
All-A honor roll – Ava McCall, Kendall Colwell, Joshua Burns, Torian Brown, Clare Pullium, Joshua Allen, Rachael Chambers, Camryn Martinez, Chord Coyle, Mahaley Mays, Blake Barrier, Reed Brixey, Daniel Pickett, Xavier Suber, Sophie Chmiel, Tyler Pullium, Abby Campion, Autumn Walser, Heavenlee Deneen, Ellison Frick, Jessica Harris, Mallory Link, Ben Blumenthal, Alex Blumenthal, Jayden Burns, Vance Honeycutt, Natalie Lusk, Lillie Rusher, Emma Sparger, Michael Fuller, Phoebe Hollingsworth, Jackson Sparger, Quentin Hippert, Raja Blankenship, Alex Stewart.
North Rowan High School announces its all-A honor roll for the second quarter.
Ninth grade – Josue Aguilera-Espinoza, Kendre Bates, Denis Carcamo-Ortez, Meghan Karczewski, Henderson Lentz, Ashlyn Mills, Samantha Pritchard, Merritt Robinson, Haley Sims, Corbin Smith, Mai Xe Vang.
Tenth grade – Brandon Castillo, Robert Gilland, Rebekah Horning, Alton Link, Phillip Martin, Robert Monroe, Jordan Morrison, Keydra Oglesby, Jacob Pritchard, Victoria Scheve, Tabitha Tulloch, Tiffany Vang.
Eleventh grade – Amelia Anthony, Caroline Billingsly, Megan Braun, Morgan Bruce, Kristen Estepp, Bryant Madison, Garrett Miller, Taylor Starnes, Jaquhae Williams.
Twelfth grade – Alex Billingsly, Lataja Bost, Sydney Cobb, Edwin Godinez, Katelyn Parker, Jackson Ranson, Veronica Sanchez-Rebollar, Jayland Sanders, Ryan Spohn.
Nicholas Greene, Erin Roy and Samantha Washko were named as finalists for the National Merit Scholarships.
Jeffrey Burton won 2A Midwest Regional Wrestling Championship and advanced to states.
DD Woazeah, Joseph Mowery, Evan Dunn, Haley Bowler, Thurston Alexander and Cameron McLendon were named to Rowan All-County Band.
Spencer Nance of Cleveland was named to the fall 2013 dean’s list at Lenoir-Rhyne University. She is a nursing major.
Qualifying students on the dean’s list posted a semester grade point average of 3.5 or better, provided no grade was below a C and must also have carried at least 12 hours of letter-graded courses.
Landis Elementary School announces the citizens of the month for February 2014.
Kindergarten – Peyton Weaks, Cooper Welch, Tyler Royce and Will Estes.
First grade – Katie Galloway, Yasmin Zaragoza, Tayler Fleeman, George Crainshaw and Cameron Schmidt.
Second grade – Skylar Krebs-Colburn, Dylan Lomax, Avery Welch, Kareem Russell and Kyle Clark.
Third grade – Brian Diaz, Sylvia Marlow, Phillip Hasenmayer and Levi Jones.
Fourth grade – Gabriel Dixon, Faith Salyers, Dustin Green and Ezequiel Landaverde.
Fifth grade – Kendall Rockstad, Tyler Evans, Shayla Hatley and Coleman Bready.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announces its dean’s list for the fall 2013 semester.
Students must have a minimum of a 3.5 semester grade point average with no grade lower than a C if enrolled in at least 12 hours of letter-grade credit, exclusive of physical education activities courses.
Salisbury – Clark Alcorn, Michelle Brisson, Hunter Barbee, Allie Billings, Masyn Burgess, Desere Cross, Austin Flynn, William Furr, Joshua Kongmany, Hunter Latimer, Hannah Lebowitz, Brett Leslie, Kaley Lowman, Mary Mills, Chloe Monroe, Adam Shoemaker, Katelyn Storey, Kristin Tajlili.
Mount Ulla – Jacob Bruney.
Conover – Janssen White.
Kannapolis – Emily Cruse.
Cleveland – Jonathan Current.
Rockwell ¬ Melisa Hollar.
Other – Taylor Draper, Mark Perry.
Dara Myers of China Grove received her Bachelor of Arts in biology.
Marena Dreiling of Mooresville has been awarded a merit scholarship semester based on grade point average and ACT/SAT test scores. Oklahoma City University awards merit-based scholarships to freshmen who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement and potential, regardless of financial circumstances. Merit scholarship amounts range from $1,500 to $7,500.
All admitted undergraduate applicants are considered for merit scholarships. Merit scholarships are awarded to students during the admission process and renewed annually up to seven consecutive semesters if satisfactory academic performance is maintained.
Isenberg Elementary school has named the following students as February Great Gators:
Pre-kindergarten – Aiden Peek.
Kindergarten – Arnela Cesko, Jennifer Escalante, Chris Foley, Cahmori Hamilton, Jordan Lawing, Mark Le, Mariela Navarro and Hassan Reid.
First grade – Sophia Altemare, Jordan Henderson, Malai’zha Jenkins, Giovanni Lopez, Jasira McKinney, Tristan Myers, Johnny Nguyen and Nevaeh Steele.
Second grade – Jennifer Antonio, Ethan Cha, Luke Ellis, Zion Hall, Marquies Hemphill, Nyla McManus, Quincy Robinson and Ashley Sanchez.
Third grade – Alex Diaz, Bruce Enos, Trinitee Harris, Jaykwon Jackson, Donald Moore and Jordan Nunley.
Fourth grade – Leysi Gonzalez, Mya Langford, Briseyda Pacheco, Kaoly Pineda-Mercado, Carolina Sanchez and Amaya Surratt.
Fifth grade – Rajan Benjamin, Jason Cox, Jose Gonzalez, Sacred Nelson, Sammy Pinckney and Kelley Walton.
Enochville Elementary School recently selected Wise Owls for February 2014. The students have consistently exhibited good citizenship, good manners and exceptional behavior.
Kindergarten – Janessa Plyler, Logan Roberts, Raegan Surkosky, Koleman Thompson, Brody Romeo, Alyssa Melton.
First grade – Joseph Betancourt, Danielle Phillips, Emma Barbee, Dillon Shuler, Madison Tennant, Rafael Reyes Flores, Kennedi Heller, Hannah Dellinger.
Second grade – Madisyn Lewis, Logan Daywalt, Chase Morgan, Andrea Harrell, Alyssa Gilbert, Brennan Battle.
Third grade – Payton Callaway, Lukas Childers, Lindsey Scercy, Ashlyn Davis, Rocina Hernandez, Seth Boone.
Fourth grade – Rebecka Barlow, Timothy Ashley, Colby Waldroup, Lily Ingle, Karlie Walters, Ryan Tennant.
Fifth grade – Miranda Whitaker, Natalie Williams, Alanah Saychay, Jagger Childers, Jordi Cortez, Erika Teague.

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