• 46°

Education shoutouts

The following students were selected as Millbridge Elementary School’s September Good Citizens.
Kindergarten – Century Hunsucker, Bryce White, Katie Howard, Jhack Pless, Lukas Smith, Ivy Hunsucker, Garrison Raper, Brinley Hiatt
First grade – Abigail Miller, Lucas Watts, Lily Stuart, Jacob Rockwell, Taylor Ragle, Rylan Hardy, Nicholas Laws, Lilly Nigrelli
Second grade – Hannah Atwell, Marshal Faw, Ellasen Nance, Conner Coy, Julia Keene, Lukas Eller, Aubri Austin, Addison Beaver
Third grade – Kassidy Sechler, Brett Ragle, Sara Pierce, Jacob Steel, Abraham Sotelo, Sarah Shell, Brice Knox, Macy Miller
Fourth grade – Danny Diederich, Lydia Boger, Audrey Weaver, McKenzi McManus, Laney Reilly, Reagan Moore, Kaitlyn Berg, Zain English
Fifth grade – Faith Nobles, Steven Young, Ty Lowery, Lauren Corriher, Mia Arntsen, Memphis Inman, Jacob Ritchie, Taylor Darby
The following students were selected as Hanford Dole Elementary School’s September Good Citizens for the character trait of responsibility.
Pre-kindergarten – Osmar Yamil Nava
Kindergarten – Valerie Alarcon Montoya, Joshua Curtis, Kanya Cowan, Kaylyn McLaughlin, Liliana Wilson, Veronica Herrick
First grade – Ja’mih Tucker, Christopher Sanchez, Natalia Robinson, Caleb Zabicki, Genesis Albarran
Second grade – Will Klinger, Mone’y Stockton, Cameron Key, Jasper Neely
Third grade – Rhyan Walker-Woodruff, Alina Herrick, Madison Krider, Lanie McPhearson
Fourth grade – Angie Perez Montoya, Bryan Alarcon Montoya, Kaitlyn Myers, Ximena Cervantes Garcia
Fifth grade – Carolina Tamayo-Albarran, Alena Chang, Jenna Fox
The following students were selected as Knollwood Elementary School’s Knights of Character.
Kayla Hernandez, Jocelyn Cruz, Breannaa Behrens, Na’Zaria Brooker, Austyn Trembley, Davion McHenry, Lizeth Hernandez, Maryi Lazo-Bonilla, Taylor Propst, Anthony Dodd, Emily Romero Hernandez, Julissa Hernandez, Yolanda Rodriguez Landeros, Clayton McKnight, Isaiah Wood, Diego Vega Avila, Orion Pena, Maria Nava-Pacheco, Kaylyn Holmes, Brianna Jaimes-Vargas, Jessica Mirafuentes, Gael Reyes, Anduan Merriman, Kevin Lopez-Nava, Trajan Corpening, Cameron Kennerly, Gabby Franklin, Alejandro Barrera, Brandon Paredes, Cameron Cuthbertson, Katy Carmona
Gabrielle Wagner from Mooresville was inducted as a new member of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority at Brenau University and is among 48 students selected to join Greek organizations this fall. Overall, 183 of the women’s college students are members of one of the eight national sororities on campus.
Wagner is a freshman and her major is vocal performance.
The following students were selected as Granite Quarry Elementary School’s September Good Citizens for the trait of good judgement.
Pre K — Curtis Bodak
Kindergarten — Allen Mares, Ryden Dashab, Brady Ailshie, Grace Snowden
First grade — Fiona Rinehart, Alexia Brown, Essence Cherry, Nicholas Morrow
Second grade — Enijah Gibson, Joshua Helm, Cooper Doty, Lilly Dangerfield
Third grade — Kylee DeRouin, Allie Rangel, Waylon Eudy, Angelina Miller
Fourth grade Zoe Schuwartz, Haley Dalton, Blake Hill
Fifth grade — Tiffany Jacobs, Diego Albarran-Martinez, Brooke Riggs
One student is selected from each class every month to be recognized for a character trait. The character trait for September was “responsibility.” These students will be presented with a certificate and attend the character social.
The following students received the Knollwood Elementary Knights of Character Award: Diana Gamez Guzman, Hayden Myers, Jahirra Catalan Guzman, Cecil Biggers, Leslie Villanueva Cortes, Mario Medrano, Lelsie Myers, Cameron Jordan, Dayami Acevedo, Valerie Jordan , Carson Doby, Maria Garcia, Ulises Torres, Tanner Cline, Jose Escobar, Layla Benfield, Gabriela Perez, Joseph Giles, Josue Labra, Jeremy Allman, Jasmin Escobar, Lana Porto, Mariana Zapata, Ana Pacheco, Ximena Romero Hernandez, Alexandra Ortiz-Espinal, Kayla Cordero-Gordillo, Alejandro Barrera
The following students were chosen as good citizens at North Rowan Elementary for the months of August and September based on the character trait of respect: Ki’Mahni Darden, Carlee Lemasters, Olivia Neely, Jamison McCrimmon, Michael Hutchinson, MaKenna Arrowood, McKayla Freedle, Marcellus Walker, Ella Jones, Ava Trapp, Michael Geter, Kamran Simmon, Malakie Harris, Azaria Miller, Sha’Michael Connor, Irvin Pauling, Ali Khatib, Marbeli Bustillo Castro, Fernando Alba, Daniel Harrington, Julianne Trapp, Bishop Jones, Addison Connor, Zyon Carlos, Jaliyah Mathis, Eris Riley, Dustyanne Bruce, Marissa Craig, Marisol Ruiz-Garcia, Jasmine French, Jaida Atkins, Delijah Carpenter, Korrina Bradley, De’Asia Sturdivant, Jaylen Patterson, Christan McRae, Makayla Dwight, Jada Hawkins, Orion Harris, Mohamed Mohammed, Mohagany Allen, Yasmin Guillen, Myriah Harris, Avery Pruitt, Dylan Connor, Sergio Uribe Bustillo, Nora Barringer, Princess Granby, Tomas Cruz Verga, Michael Strickland, Hannnah Caudle, Tyree Brown, Hayla Walker, Alicia Reavis, Al’Jawon Brown, Christian Martin, Jabari Hogue, Kolby Smith, Jasmin Lara Martinez, Basel Abdulrub, Colin Lowman, Demetrius Thompson, George Nunez, Kenneth Randall, JaKhiya Jefferies, Abigail Krajnyak, Tatiana Clemmons, Will Beecham, Michelle Griffin, Kaleigh Packard, Jamie Brown, Dalton Anderson, Emmanuel Ellis, Akira N. Jackson, Xavier Cherry, Theodore Luther, Alanna Rivers, Tsion Kelly, Brianna King, Kaleigh Allison, Paige Smithers, Kelly Martinez, Ivory Vriesema, Daphne Robinson, Guadalupe Cervantes, Isaiah Miles, Mandi Stoyanov, Sadie Sophia, Jazmine Ellis, Jonathon Evans, Rylan Furr, Ariel Keaton, Sandy Alonso Mendoza, Brianna Ortiz Hernandez, Jissele Garcia, Emmanuel Ellis, Ethan Russell, Akira Jackson, Tyvonta Rushmeyer, Lee Herh, Isaac Robinson, Malachi Black, Shayra Dok, Jacob Arrowood, Evan Davis, Malakhi Cruse, Devin Dowell, Qua Shawn Carpenter, Lauren Witherspoon, Aden Toledo, Seidy Sabas Sierra, De’Quavion Carpenter

Comments

Comments closed.

Local

PETA protesters gather in front of police department

Coronavirus

Seven new COVID-19 deaths, 166 positives reported in county this week

Crime

Sheriff’s office: Two charged after suitcase of marijuana found in Jeep

Crime

Thomasville officer hospitalized after chase that started in Rowan County

Local

Board of elections discusses upgrading voting machines, making precinct changes

News

Lawmakers finalize how state will spend COVID-19 funds

Local

Salisbury Station one of several ‘hot spots’ included in NCDOT rail safety study

Education

Essie Mae Kiser Foxx appeal denied, school considering options

News

Iredell County votes to move Confederate memorial to cemetery

Nation/World

Lara Trump may have eyes on running for a Senate seat

Local

Rowan among counties in Biden’s disaster declaration from November floods

Local

PETA plans protest at Salisbury Police Department on Friday

Education

Essie Mae Kiser Foxx appeal denied, charter revoked

Coronavirus

29 new positives, no new COVID-19 deaths reported

Crime

Blotter: Woman charged with drug crimes

News

Nesting no more: Eagles appear to have moved on from Duke’s Buck Station

Business

The Smoke Pit leaving downtown Salisbury for standalone building on Faith Road

Education

Shoutouts

High School

High school football: Hornets’ Gaither set the tone against West

Local

Salisbury to show off new fire station

Education

Livingstone College to host virtual Big Read events this month

Local

City makes some appointments to local boards, holds off on others to seek women, appointees of color

Education

Education briefs: RCCC instructor honored by Occupational Therapy Association

Local

Second quarter financial update shows promising outlook for city’s budget