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Education shoutouts

The following students were selected as September’s Great Gators at Isenberg Elementary School.
Pre-kindergarten – Gracie Mesimer
Kindergarten – Darci Beltran-Bamaca, Lydianna Benton, Jennifer Escalante, Noelia Hernandez-Ventura, Damien Jones, Isaan Medlin, William Oliva, Andrew Pressley
First grade – Alexia Cagle, Drew Jones, Dallas Lynch, Kayla Medlin, Mariela Navarro Melendez, Jayden Nguyen, Emely Ortiz-Herrera, Sia’yon Young-Smith
Second grade – Dashia Canada, Jayla Clement, Shawnteria Duren, Valerie Escobar, Nathalie Lezama, Teeasia Nunn, Simon Wordsworth, Drekwon Young
Third grade – Andrew Burton, Madelyn Casey, Christopher Le, Talik Robinson, ToriAna Stokes, Melanie Xiong
Fourth grade – Amber Bostian, Jacob Casey, Arnasjelle Corpening, Geoffrey Hutchens, Helen Moscoso-Sarceno, Catherine Romero
Fifth grade – Alexia Hernandez, Briseyda Pacheco, Roselin Perdomo, Kaoly Pineda-Mercado, Carolina Sanchez, DeSean Yelverton
The following students were selected as Shive Elementary School’s Good Citizens for the month for September.
Kindergarten – Brent Peeler, Sofie Morgan, Logan Carter, Mahana Milan, Ethan Fuller, Maddison Schenk, Jayden Purvis, Marisol Sanchez
First grade – Donovan Christlieb, Layla McGuire, Noah Butler, Taylor Hallman, Kendal Sifford, Bella Weiss, Jacob Lewis, Caroline Quick
Second grade – Lawson Cottingham, Alexa Troutman, Zeke Brown, Claudia Diggs, Grey Causby, Maggie Kindler, Brayden Carter, Alexa Brady
Third grade – Braden Shive, McKenzie Heald, Issac Cawley, Celia Sifford, Lukas Troutman, Victoria Chao, Shane Swanner, Rebecca Newman
Fourth grade – Hayden Simmerson, Hailey Madray, Seth Green, Breanna Peeler, Jaidyn Naves, Morgan Duncan
Fifth grade – Maddox Alderman, Sidney Shore, Ben Sweet, Jaysa Causby, Nathan Moore, Summer Null
CCAC – Christopher Sneed, Caleb Sneed
The following students were selected as Cleveland Elementary School’s Good Citizens for September.
Kindergarten – Gage Cook, Cortney Robinson, Gabrielle Dunlap-Rhodes, Cole Ludwick, Rebecca Yates, Kellan Neal
First grade – Olivia Clark, Levi Graham, Maria Cortez, Caleb Kimbrough
Second grade – Reagan Powell, Cash Ramsay, Lyndsey Hall, Blake Fero
Third grade – Noah Cook, Brooklyn Nichols, Saida Mayers, Carlos Arteaga, William Givens, Jr., Ashley Estrada Espinoza
Fourth grade – Mason Lee, Madelyn VonCanon, Jamila Smith, Tanner Brown
Fifth grade – Patrice Cuthbertson, Haily Hall, Krysten Cline, Cole Haas
The following students were named King or Queen Bee for the month of September at Shive Elementary School.
Daniel Jesse, Chase Wilkerson, Chloe Shank, Kyrsten Cain, Joey Torrence, Shianne Beaver, Linkin Cain, Leanna Rojas, Brooklyn Page, Edward Smith, Jayden Purvis, Noah Johnson, Kady Griffin, Kayla Trexler, Ryan Meismer, Chase Kiser, Shayden Edwards, Zeke Brown, Jared Doreste, Jesse Edge, Seth Fleming, Ella Hagler, Tucker Barr, Klaire Weiss, Justin Milner, Kaden Oster, Stone Leazer, Genesis Ramos, Nathan Moore, Caleb Hayes
Staff – Mrs. Kovach and Mrs. Vanhoy
The following students were named Good Citizens for the month of September at Sacred Heart Catholic School.
Pre-kindergarten – Paisley Miller, Jaxson Starbird
Kindergarten – Brandi Malloy, Will Walters
First grade – Emory Coyle and Isabella Restar
Second grade – Maggie Antosek and Jacob Trainor
Third grade – Quinn Howard
Fourth grade – Cooper Fleeman
Fifth grade – Ella Trainor
Sixth grade – Caroline Clark
Seventh grade – Claire Allen
Eighth grade – Cristina Velazquez and Lauren Denhard
The following students were named Good Citizens for the month of September at Hurley Elementary School.
Kindergarten – Jackson Wallace, Cameron Kluttz, Kanaiyah Crump, Yandel Gonzalo Hernandez Arteaga, Hudson Deal
First grade – Justin Boler, Amy Cantoran Bonilla, Sha’laya Whittaker, Cloey Harris, Isaac Camacho Carrillo
Second grade – Emma Shell, Ashley Yang, Davion Williams, Cole Price
Third grade – Mya Noble, Inara Shelton, Hannah Waddell, Brandon Camacho Romero
Fourth grade – Anna Chapin, Landon Jacobs, Corbin Barber, Aubrie Nance
Fifth grade – Regan Roakes, Madison McDaniel, Jewelle Thompson, Jason Campos.
The following students were honored for being exemplary citizens for this month at Bostian Elementary School.
Kindergarten – Addison Norris, Ayden Davis, Peyton Bell, Ryker Page, Caylee Miracco, Braxton Rodgers
First grade – Wyatt Cornelius, Sophie Horner, Owen Overcash, Ashtyn Eagle, Aubrey McLemore, Jase Overcash
Second grade – Jadyn Steele, Devin Steele, Makenna Hinson, Lexie Ritchie, Emerie Page, Jack Gilley
Third grade – Miles Bradshaw, Haylee Feehan, James Anderson, Jana Swink, Leah Rymer, Jack Nixon
Fourth grade – Makayla Kennedy, Cameron Burleyson, Kayden Hartness, Hannah Bost
Fifth grade – Abbey Nixon, Colton Fisher, Haille Benton, Trevor Hunsucker
The following students were named Citizens of the Month at Landis Elementary School for September.
Kindergarten – Alazjah Harrington, Gavin Hughes, Haiden Hinson, Chloe Driver
First grade – Luis Suastequi Sotelo, Paola Viveros Romero, Luke Wingler, Montinez Posey
Second grade – Elizabeth Wing, Mario Camacho Kintero, Nay’Shaun Leach, George Crainshaw, Yasmin Zaragoza
Third grade – Brayden Reynolds, Meredith Eudy, Kadance Bebber and Dillon Barnette
Fourth grade – Joy Josey, James Dill, Oliea Samuel, Ja’Quavious McCoy
Fifth grade – Autumn Kamili, Toby Moss, Will Noblitt, Faith Salyers
Woodleaf Elementary School named the following students as Good Citizens for the month of September.
Kindergarten – Isabel Anton, Kayla Burns, Ethan Christie, Hope Jones, Evan LeDoux, Carolina Smith
First grade – Estela Alonso-Zambrano, Hector Cano-Campusano, Jaelyn Myer, Rene Roque-Barcenas, Gracie Shadrick, Xzavier Starnes, Victor Wilder
Second grade – Emma Crider, Kevin Garcia-Benitez, Kaylee Guerrero-Bautista, Haley Pender, Aaron Vazquez-Sanchez, Nickari Warren
Third grade – Grayson Burleson, Emma Clarke, Anthony Guerrero-Carlos, Dylan Hill, Allison Peck, and Aiden Powers
Fourth grade – Avery Barbee, Landon Barber, Emma Josey, Ian Lance, John Robbins, Juan Rodriguez-Torres, Karsen Simpson, Malachi Smith, Emily Wood
Fifth grade – Hayden Brown, Joshua Eagle, Emily Endress, Jaleiah Gibson, Brian Martinez-Hernandez, Dayanara Monroy-Luna, Camden Stamper
The following students were recognized as Explorers of the Week during the month of September at Overton Elementary School.
Kindergarten – Diamond Redmond, Josephina Huynh, Elisha Shelton, Benji Anderson
First grade – Aiden Palmore, William Steverson, Nazi’a Alaihim, Kyrie Hairston
Second grade – Shamaya Evans, Audrey Urbina, Tierney Wilkins, Piper Hippert
Third grade – Christopher Guerra, Grace Bemus, Stephanie Villegas Gonzalez, Rachel Newman
Fourth grade – Daniel Juarez Vega, Kari Maxwell, C.J. Toomer, Jamesche Walker
Fifth grade – Ellison Frick, Piper Lasker, Heavenlee Deneen, Al-Qu’Ran McNair-Wactor
Buses 170, 180, and 353 were recognized as Buses of the Week. The students on Bus 180 who were recognized as Bus of the Month.

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