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Education shoutouts

Millbridge Good Citizens

Millbridge Elementary School announced its Good Citizens for the month of October.

Kindergarten – Easton Carter, Serenity Benton, Ethan Overby, Ava Steel, Ava Lee, Zeon Ryan Marchese, Jhamaiyah Wright, Kamden Phillips

First grade – Jake Adams, Ellie Mills, Kali Dial, Arturo Rivas, Derek Honeycutt, Reagan Helmbold, Hallie Canup, Benjamin Vance

Second grade – Riley Hopkins, Ashton Frampton, Israel Ford, Emma Woodlief, Kenyon Morton, Connor Williams, Lina Rivas, Justin Burleson

Third grade – Joaquin Bernal, Acsiri Garcia, Jose Hernandez, Alex Ochoa, Portlynn Kilgore, Brady Maillet, Kyndal Sigmon, Parker Mills

Fourth grade – Delana Frye, Zach McNeely, Mymphis Hyman, Yameli Landaverde, Ragan Hopkins, Haiden Leffew, Alyssa Graham, Noah Rostro

Fifth grade – Brooklyn Biddy, Hector Bernal, Lily Butler, Ben Starnes, Mason Dodrill, Kelcie Love, Meagan Dailey, David Westenberg

 

North Hills honors

The following North Hills Christian School students were recognized during first quarter for displaying the fruits of the spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.

First grade – Corbin Cross, Tristan Davis, Colton Helms, Alec McGrail, Auden Pethel

Second grade – Layton Barber, Mason Barrier, Casen Cape, Maggie Cross, Chandler DeBoer, Brayden Latva, Riley Lowder, Alexis Martinez, Lucas Mitchell, Kemyon Oglesby, JD Tysinger, Gabby Wilson

Fourth grade – Ansley Deal, Mason Everhart, Katie Hagler, Olivia Herrin, Ethan Talbott, Peyton Thorneburg, Ashlyn Zunk

Fifth grade – Brenden Arrowood, Joey Caraccio, Kahlil Cross, Aaron McGrail, Jacob Saunders

The following North Hills Christian School students made all-A honor roll during first quarter.

First grade –Sara Barringer, Jasmine David, Kira Gladden, Jayden Hilton, Alec McGrail, Keegan Merrell, Reese Merrell, Auden Pethel, Ellie Robertson, Dereon Rose-Morris, Coen Sides, Emily Teague

Second grade –Mason Barrier, Maggie Cross, Morgan Deaton, Chandler DeBoer, Maxwell Foote, Samuel Hammill, Benjamyn Hogan, Alexis Martinex, Olivia Shoemaker, Gabriella Wilson

Third grade – McKenna Anderson, Collin Cape, Megan Clifford, Audrey Corriher, Tayla Davis, Olivia Everhart, Lynsi Hunt, Rachel Johnson, Tyler Kepley, Carlee Latva, Andrew Mead, Landon Merrell, Josue Nunez, Jenna Plummer, Morgan Rice, Mason Rollins, Jonathan Spillane, Rylan Talbott, Sam Wilson, Kasey Wippenbeck

Fourth grade – Kane Talbott

Fifth grade –Abbey Deaton, Sophie Hill, Jacob Saunders, Anna Teague

Sixth grade – Ava Corriher, Elisabeth Houghton, Austin Latva, Caroline Nance, Matthew Thomas, Andrew Watson

Seventh grade – Tyler Hunt

Eighth grade – Bailey Birkhead, Colby Edmonds, Audrey McGrail, Christian Miller, Luke Thomas

Ninth grade – Frankie Caraccio, Dean Gilmore, Karina Jacome, Camantha-Rea Lyerly, Annabelle Nagy

Tenth grade – Marissa Baker, Dajah Glenn, Kira Harwood, Marissa Murdock, Ro-Ah Park, Jordan Plummer

Eleventh grade – Brittney Hogan

Twelfth grade – Brianna Caraccio, Joshua Plummer, Maddie Sweitzer

 

Faith Elementary Honors

The following Faith Elementary students were chosen as Good Citizens for the month of October:

Lilleigh Lefler, Bella Shulenberger, Ayden Blevins, Olivia Chandler, Trysten Scully, Reese Joyner, Austin Atwell, Ethan Camden (Webb), Reese Lura, Shelby Miller, Thurman Floyd, Dillon McDaniel, Eduardo Alba, Maddy Osborne, Delaney Nance, Grace Coburn, Donovan English, Devin Coburn, Gavin Clement, Grace Goldstein, Austin Fulk

The following students were recognized as Good Deed Doers for the month of October:

Emily Cruz, Kaiden Cruz, Ridge Barger, Charlotte Chandler, Mark Wagner, Sammy Moose, Kylee Long, Hai’li Eldreth, Natalee Hodges, Madison Broome, Alice Argueta, Gage Dwiggins, Kaitlin Drye, Savannah Harn, Alex Cooper, Cameren Camden, Ryleigh Lohnes, Caroline Cozart, Mackenzie Sikes, Robbie Hamilton, Gunnar Michael

 

Hurley Elementary Good Citizens

Hurley Elementary School announced its Good Citizens for the month of October.

Kindergarten-Jordan Carrillo Camacho, Michelle Palmateer, Chase Cauble, Gabriel Gobble, Stephany Quintero

First grade- Lizet Camacho-Salinas, Vamala Jabateh, Kevin Landaverde Alana, Megan Lentz, Sh-taviah McCluney

Second grade- Marion Martin, Avery Arnez, Deisy Quintero, Christian VanWitzenberg  

Third grade- Lanna Blackwell, Nicole Carrillo Camacho, Emarion McGorda, Grayce Pittman  

Fourth grade- Dalton Miller, Caylyn Roysdon, John Austin Hedrick. Christopher Watson

Fifth grade- Alisha Bard, Andrew Taylor, Michael Garcia, Giselle Duran  

 

Isenburg Elementary Good Citizens

Isenburg Elementary announced its Good Citizens for the month of October.

Pre-Kindergarten– Paige Finney

Kindergarten- Alyrica Abel, Ariadna Flores Simon, Justice Marlin, Allison Mendoza-Reyes, Carlos Philips, Xiomara Pridgeon, Logan Yang

First grade– Diego Beltran, Christopher Foley, Jaslene Love, Gabriela Oliva Rodas, Andy Ortiz-Banegas, Alexandra Pleitez, Morgan Shannon, Miracle Stewart

Second grade- Hannah Bowler, Robert Coleman, Tramarion Cowan, Doris Funes, Kendall Mason, Teeasia Nunn, Isabella Smithman, Axel Zavala Guzman

Third grade– Ethan Cha, Juanmy Chavez, Brycen Kirk, Ethan Le, Katherine Peeler, Lesly Reyes Bustamante

Fourth grade– Julian Beltran-Bamaca, Daniel Escobar, Diana Landaverde Fajardo, Andy Ortez-Cruz, Jasmine Ramsey, Peter Williams-Simpson

Fifth grade- Jalan Alexander, Taniya Medlin, Briseyda Pacheco, Molly Painter, Kaitlyn Smith, Amaya Surratt

 

Cleveland Elementary Good Citizens

Cleveland Elementary announced its Good Citizens for the month of October.

Kindergarten- Maleah Allison, Sawyer Brown, Taylor Morgan, John Kidwell, Emma Keener, Zachary Mullis

First grade- Morghan Prince, Alexa Earnhardt, Laney Moore, Katie Cline

Second grade– Brandon Rogers, Kaleigh Goodman, Mark Brown, Ashley Pardo

Third grade- Katelyn Lee, Justin Mullins, Abby Evenden, Alex Lucas, Emma Brewer, Corbin Nations

Fourth grade- Ben Lee, Claire Hodge, Peyton Bruce, Paxton Greene

Fifth grade- Chandler Goodman, Trevor Dixon, Ashley Pender, Jeri Taylor

 

Shive Elementary King and Queen Bee

The following students were recognized for showing a random act of kindness during the month of October:

Karlee Miller, Nellie Smith, Jesse Edge, Conner Rayfield, Jacob Martin, Alex Rayfield, Zoey McGlohon, Hailey Wheeler, Colby Quick, Kate Edmunds, Blayke Bowman, Kailey Fuller, Kailey Newcome, Thomas Vang, Lawson Cottingham, Jesus Hernandez, Noah Butler, Ahtziry Flores, Linkin Cain, Aiden Brown, Layal Martin, Cora Voyles, Timmy Morton, Leah Edwards, Ashlee Mundy, Brayden Cain, Addisyn Keen, Shyanne Bollinger, Shianne Beaver, Preston Troutman, Isaac Cawley, Austin McGuire, Adriana Watkins, Ivan Landaverde, Zeke Brown, Ryan Dibble, Kyrsten Cain, Kassidie Baker, Holly Stowe, Lukas Troutman, Oliver Shank, Emery Basinger, Christopher Sneed, Alix Vazquez, Drue Gillis, Klaire Weiss, Lizzy Norris, Drew Goodman, Eva Shue, Jason Marlow, Claudiah Sifford, Myles Foy, Angie Molina, Queston Torbush, Morgan Duncan, Dillin Galloway, Hayden Simmerson, Ella Hagler, Brooke Benge, Lauren Campbell, Braden Shive, Sidney Shore, Mason Kilpatrick, Donovan Christlieb, Tristen Mahaley, Manuel Ramirez, Victoria Blackwelder, Chloe Lombard, Mary Spry, Trinity Long, Layalla Rabon, Ethan Fuller, Emily Johnson, Daniel Johnson, Seth Fleming, Caitlyn Benge, Addyson Barnes, Ethain Scott, Macey Banks, Bailey Parks, Wesley Barnes, Austin Shoup, Sarahi Sanchez, Jeremiah Fleming, Madalynn Shue, Haley Madray, Jasper Rojas, Justin Milner, Jaxon Trexler, Rachel Flores, Maggie Kindler, Briley Sifford, Jessee Edge, Hannah Johnson, Aleah Gaultney, Layna Linker, Taylor Shumake, Addison Queen, Charlie Oliver, Perla Pineda-Angulo, Aiden Wiles, Raeden Swinson, Marco Villalobos, Gavin Jackson, Sofie Morgan, Timmy Morton, Emma Bornt

Local Residents enroll in Clemson University
Local residents are among more than 3,300 students who enrolled in Clemson University for the fall semester, including Jessica L. Cannon of Mooresville, a graduate of Mooresville Senior High School whose major is nursing; Katelin Danielle Johnson of Salisbury, a graduate of West Rowan High School whose major is English and Joshua Michael Rowell of Salisbury, a graduate of East Rowan High School whose major is architecture.

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