• 57°

Shoutouts

Several local residents recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
These residents are among approximately 32,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10 percent of seniors and 7.5 percent of juniors, having at least 72 semester hours, are eligible for membership. Graduate students in the top 10 percent of the number of candidates for graduate degrees may also qualify, as do faculty, professional staff, and alumni who have achieved scholarly distinction.
Monika Soler of Kannapolis and Regan Wike of Rockwell were initiated into University of North Carolina Charlotte chapter, and Catherine Ardoin of Salisbury was initiated into Campbell University chapter.
Justin Green of A.L. Brown High School was named best male vocalist at the N.C. State Show Choir Competition. The contest was held at William Peace University in Raleigh on May 5. Green’s chorus teacher is Lori Garber.
The Kannapolis City Board of Education was honored with two awards during its meeting on April 14.
Patrick Coughlin, president and CEO of the Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce, presented school board members with the Chamber’s 2013 Sustainability Award. The honor is given to organizations that use innovative and environmentally sustainable practices to solve problems, save money and help the environment.
School board members also received the national MAGNA Award from the National School Boards Association. The Magna Award recognizes innovative efforts to boost student achievement and save taxpayer money through a unique partnership with Cabarrus County Government.
Amber Monroe, who teaches at Forest Park Elementary School, was named the Hilbish Ford teacher of the month.
A news release called Monroe “a wonderful example of what a teacher should be. She goes out of her way to help her students as if they were her own children. She keeps parents involved with what’s going on in the classroom and shows a great deal of concern and compassion for her students’ education. Parents appreciate her excellence in instruction and her kindness as a person.”
Erwin Middle School announces their all-A honor roll for the third quarter.
Kevin Edward Agner, Cassidy Leigh Allen, Dylan Wayne Barkley, Alex Dakota Beije, Laney Elizabeth Bell, Peyton Mckenna Berry, Austin Michael Blackwelder, Hannah Mae Boerckel, Camryn Mae Bost, Jdarious K Boyd, Mackenzie Rose Brenseke, Madelyne Elizabeth Brenseke, Caleb Matthew Brown, Samantha A Brown, Caroline Brie Burleyson, Allison Cheree Burrage, Nathan Howard Burrage, Katelyn Elizabeth Byrd, Madelyn Alyssia Cain, Matthew Dillon Caldwell, Brittnie Anne Campbell, Avery Lynne Carman, Andrea Osornio Cervantes, Jeremy Scott Clevinger, Morgan Ciera Coble, Sara Marie Coello, Hannah Inez Cole, Maci Caroline Cooper, Mckenna Grace Cottingham, Matthew Evan Cummings, Jesse Ray Daubenmire, Makenna Rose Davis, Denise Jean Dolinger, Robert Julian Dry, Mandy Marie Duff, Jordan Kelly Dyer, Sarah Margaret Dyer, Makayla Lynn Eagle, Katelyn Mae Eller, Kathryn Grace Eller, Caroline Grace Ervin, Joshua Tyler Evers, Andy Romeo Fabian, Grace Carolina Faller, Ashlyn Nicole Fleming, Carsen Micayla Fleming, Dylan James Forbis, Logan Wayne Forbis, Lanie Erin Fulk, William Cristian Garland, Dylan Jay Goodnight, Mia Melita Graham, Hannah Leigh Griffin, Lauren Carmel Grimes, Megan Elizabeth Guzman, Adalie Merelle Harrison, Kenan Roger Hartung, Brendan Rhodes Hawley, Gabriel Ray Hinceman, Heather Jayde Holshouser, Gracie Jalyn Honeycutt, Jeremiah Joseph Hotchkiss, Gracie Michelle Hudson, Jaylea Danielle Hughes, Sean Michael Incardona, Tyler James Johnson, Alyssa Marie Jones, Alexandros Nectarios Kalogeromitros, Joshua Ryan Kegeris, Jacob Lane Kepley, Olivia Carolyn Kesler, Landon Bradley Ketchie, Stephanie Lee Kidd, Matthew Dakotah Kimrey, Andrew Jason Kisamore, Jacob Daniel Kisamore, Brooke Kaysonh Kongmany, Lila Kongmany, Gavin Pierce Kuld, Haley Nicole Loflin, Madison Nicole Lovingood, Trevor William Ludwick, Yiselle Maqueira, Alton Chandler Martin, Olivia Spencer McCallum, David Lane Meece, Lejla Mehmedovic, Leah Faith Mesimer, Austin Tyler Miller, Jocelyn Paige Miller, Brooke Elizabeth Mitchell, Haleigh Kristian Mitchell, Reaghan Lynn Moore, Timothy John Morris, William Jacob Morrison, Michael Carnel Murray, Matthew Alan Myers, Elizabeth Cheyenne Nanney, William Blake Peeler, Karlie Owen Petrea, Victoria Scott Plyler, Olivia Caroline Porter, Maribel Marie Portillo, Krysti Brishay Poston, Brittany Nicole Reid, Morgen Star Ridenhour, Sarah Elizabeth Roane, Callie Nicole Roseman, Brooklynn Makayla Ruff, Angelque Paris Scialdone, Sidney Rae Seaford, Keegen James Sease, Anna Marie Shafer, Emma Diane Shank, Avery Jackson Shull, Christopher Shupe, Taylor Nicole Sienerth, Carson Ray Sifford, Gracelyn Shay Smith, Hannah Dean Smith, Shiann Nicole Smith, Katelyn Marie Sprinkle, Mackenzie Catherine Sprinkle, Julienne Abigail Swaringen, Karley Noelle Teague, Athena Thomas, Melinda Mae Thompson, Victoria Jane Trexler, John Kurt Turner, Nathaniel David Turner, Grayson Albert Vail, Ana Vallie Vazquez, Andrew Thomas Walker, Madison Noelle Ward, Owen Conner Webb, Lauren Grace Weisensel, Lauren Allison Wetmore, Chase Alexander Whitley, Savannah Marie Winters, O’Shannus Alexandra Wood, Nathan Ryan Workman
Millbridge Elementary School announces its good citizens for the month of April.
Kindergarten – Arturo Rivas, Delana Burton, Gray Mullis, Avery Frampton, Madeline Pillsbury, Reagan Helmbold, Kinley Wright, Christopher Bautista
First grade – Karissa Richard, Justin Burleson, Rigoberto Sanchez, Lexie Smith, Lina Rivas, Taylor Hammond, Grayson Helms, Katelyn Green
Second grade – Kyndal Sigmon, Parker Mills, Ellie Gibbs, Kaylee Pena, Hope Burton, Makayla Green, Elam Lowery, Joshua Holcombe, Jaelyn Culp, Jose Alvarado
Third grade – Audrey Weaver, Danny Diederich, Hunter Rohletter, Cameron Black, Matthew Connolly, Jayleigh Wise, Madison Hampton, Chris Morales
Fourth grade – Kayla Woods, Memphis Inman, Eric Dale, Noah Steedley, Chloe Cook, Christian Ferrendelli, Holley Brady, Alex Salters
Fifth grade – Haley Cannon, Brianna Weatherwax, Sidney Robbins, Bailey Webster, Jennifer Barrera-Reynoso, Kylee Creech, Joshua Page, Shelby Harrison
Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest college honorary society, inducted 176 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students as new members, including Scott Hiers of Kannapolis and Brett Ryan Leslie of Salisbury.
Hiers, a May 2013 graduate with political science and peace, war, and defense majors, is the son of Dora Hiers and Ernie Hiers of Kannapolis.
Leslie, a senior with a political science major and chemistry and biology minors, is the son of Robert Leslie and Robin Leslie of Salisbury.
Phi Beta Kappa membership is open to undergraduates in the college and professional degree programs who meet eligibility requirements. Less than 1 percent of all college students qualify.
North Rowan High School announces its all-A honor roll for the third quarter.
Ninth grade – Mark Baker, Javin Goodine, Meghan Karczewski, Ashlyn Mills, Brandon Myers, Samantha Pritchard, Payton Russell, Haley Sims, Corbin Smith, Mai Xe Vang, Brianna White
Tenth grade – Phillip Martin, Robert Monroe, Jordan Morrison, Jessica Randall, Tabitha Tulloch, Tiffany Vang
Eleventh grade – Caroline Billingsly, Megan Braun, Ebony Burris, Davina Dok, Abril Dominguez-Carcamo, Gavin Littleton, John Logan, Melissa Lore, Bryant Madison, Christian McCleave, Ashton McJunkin, Joshua Redmon, Taylor Starnes, Chelsea Story, Sara Welch, Jaquhae Williams, Anthony Woodhull, Christina Yang
Twelfth grade – Jasmine Banks, Jacquelyn Batten, Dylan Benfield, Laura Burton, Samaya Byrd, Sydney Cobb, Maleisha Connor, Angel Hipps, Keira Hosch-Carroll, Dalton Nelson, Tylijah Nunn, Katelyn Parker, Jackson Ranson, Zavia Rudisell, Jayland Sanders, Christina Trinidad, Elizabeth Velazquez, Tanika Walker, Alee Yang
Knollwood Elementary School announces its all-A honor roll.
Reagan Anderson, Dalton Bostian, Devan McCarson, Nolie Zuniga, Noah Walker, Gabrielle Wood, Ariana Hayes, Philip Cressler, Brynn Sokolowski, Ty Sokolowski, Ashley Sierra, Malei Sullivan, Madison Allman, Mason Hollar, Elizabeth Leavitt, Janet Martinez-Trujillo, Cynthia Sanns, Anthony Vaccaro, Brianna Richer, Rayland Anderson, Jensen Daniels, Samantha Pina, Joselyn Cerrato-Garcia, Jacob Harris, Angel Myers, Caitlin Junda, Cesar Campuzano-Moran, Lindsey Conrad, Carly Green, Thomas Jones, James Cameron Pyle
Elementary Elementary announces its all-A honor roll for the third quarter.
Joshua Burns, Clare Pullium, Joshua Allen, Rachael Chambers, Warren Fesperman, Raja Blankenship, Quentin Hippert, Alex Stewart, Tristan Avery, Sophie Chmiel, Angie Ebeling, Ariel West, Camryn Martinez, Chord Coyle, Liam Allison, Mahaley Mays, Heavenlee Deneen, Ellison Frick, Emily Frick, Jessica Harris, Mallory Link, Jackson Sparger, Blake Barrier, Reed Brixey, Gabrielle Miller, Xavier Suber, Daniel Pickett, Ethan Lutz, Makara Trick, Abby Campion, Autumn Walswer, Alex Blumenthal, Ben Blumenthal, Phoebe Hollingsworth, Vance Honeycutt, Natalie Lusk, Lillie Rusher, Emma Sparger

Comments

Comments closed.

Crime

Cooper, N.C. prison officials agree to release 3,500 inmates

Coronavirus

Two more COVID-19 deaths reported in Rowan, six for the week

Crime

Blotter: Man brandishes AR-15, runs over motorcycle at Rockwell-area gas station

Crime

Salisbury man charged with exploitation of minor

Crime

Road rage incident results in assault charges

Local

Dukeville lead testing results trickle in, more participation needed

Education

Faith Academy interviewing staff, preparing site for fall opening

News

Volunteers work around obstacles, alter procedures to offer free tax services to those in need

Education

Education shoutouts

Local

Retired Marine gets recognition for toy collection efforts

Local

March issue of Salisbury the Magazine is now available

Education

Five get Dunbar School Heritage Scholarships

Education

Education briefs: Salisbury Academy fourth-graders think big as inventors

Education

Bakari Sellers keynote speaker at Livingstone College Founder’s Day program

Nation/World

Biden aims to distribute masks to millions in ‘equity’ push

Nation/World

Chief: Capitol Police were warned of violence before riot

Nation/World

GOP rallies solidly against Democrats’ virus relief package

Nation/World

FDA says single-dose shot from Johnson & Johnson prevents severe COVID

High School

Coaches, lawmakers react to governor’s order expanding sporting event capacity

Coronavirus

Three new COVID-19 deaths, positives remain below triple digits

BREAKING NEWS

Gov. Cooper announces end to curfew, changes to restrictions affecting bars, high school sports

Crime

Blotter: Two charged after call about package

Crime

Salisbury Police investigating two shootings

Crime

Chase involving Kernersville man ends in woods behind Carson High School