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Education shoutouts

Granite Quarry Elementary Good Citizens

The following students have been selected as good citizens for the month of December.

Kindergarten – Diana Delgado-Albarran, Jayden Meador, Alex Pacilio, Kaeden Pillips

First grade – Kevin Conner, Laila Gist, Maya McNaught-Stegall, Kaley Pfister, Kaitlyn Tate

Second grade – Alex Hedenskog, Sarah Hughes, Isabela Majia, Madi Shaver

Third grade – Naveah Bundy, Julia Eller, Damien Hill, Jaques Saunders

Fourth grade – Samuel Medina, Meredith Mozingo, Josue Barragan Pantoja

Fifth grade – Darren Jenings, Carter King, Alison Ketchie

 

Hurley Elementary Good Citizens

The following students have been selected as good citizens for the month of December.

Kindergarten – Jourdin White, Rafael Quintero Cerero, Sophie Wainright, Sherylyn Vazquez Saucedo, Jacob Kirk

First grade – Shunnashy Azcatl Beltran, Makayla Putnam, Jordan Gresham, Za’keria Bailey, Mitchell Merck

Second grade – Javion Williams, Meredith Martin, Grayson Smith, Evan Barber  

Third grade – Amanda Conner, Yahir Avilez-Hernandez, Sha’mya Arnold, Daniela Alberto Tinajero

Fourth grade – Aimee Maly, David Martinez Arzate, Ashlee Ennis, Tori Evans

Fifth grade – Casey Gouge, Alyssa Huff, Emma Shue, Michelle Gonzalez Estrada

 

Landis Elementary Citizens of the Month

The following students have been selected as citizens of the month for December.

Kindergarten – Addisyn Davis, Skylar Kierstead, Kadyn Burton, Leticia Perez Reyes

First grade – Sadie Siscoe, Emberli Carrillo Perez, Gabriel Christiansen, Tucker Cockrell

Second grade – Devin Doby, Kynlee Dextraze, Jazmyne Helms, Leland Kennedy, Daniel Sanchez

Third grade – Ella Carden, Kyle Clark, Karina Galarza Espinoza, Tyler Williams

Fourth grade – Mackenzie Chabala, Selena Marquez Hernandez, Kamryn Ketchie, Edwin Sosa

Fifth grade – Riley Brown, Emma Pressley, Kanayda Allison, Josie Byrne

 

Millbridge Elementary Good Citizens

The following students have been selected as good citizens for the month of December.

Kindergarten – Lydia Wilson, Maddox Beaver, Emry Starnes, Lucas Cox, Keaton Sloop, Abigail Sotelo Salgado, Savannah Baker, Jacob Prevette

First grade – Gavin Harrington, Tori Overcash, Delana Burton, Aiden Paszli, Sarah Fisher, Cameron Williamson, Kyra Eagle, Nolan White

Second grade – Carter Rohletter, Karissa Richard, Abbie Carter, Noah Crump, Sophia Blackledge, James Ritchie, Tania Lopez, Riley Perkins

Third grade – Emmanuel Morales, Luna Ryan-Marchese, Josh Bost, Zachary Almond, Korbyn Hudson, Andrew Lee, Payton Ives, Grayson Steedley

Fourth grade – Drew Masingo, Cayden Moore, Allyson Hedrick, Savanna Bancroft, Lily Balentine, Aquiles Bernal, Noah Bryant, Destiny Miller

Fifth grade – McGuire Caudill, Adriana Mullis, Jack Reed, Jennifer Mysayakhom, Rhylie Keller, Blake White, Abby Lee, Chase Martin

 

Isenburg Elementary Good Citizens

The following students have been selected as good citizens for the month of December.

Pre-Kindergarten – Grace Mesimer

Kindergarten – Darci Beltran-Bamaca, Zyquez Conley, Kent Le, Trinity Lewis, Alina Martin, London Smith, Arihanna Torrence, Devin Truong

First grade – McKenzie Arteaga Aguilar, Jose Bustillo, Philip McClung, Dylan Nguyen, Mya Oliva, Allison Peeler, Andy Pleitez-Hercules, Jayden Romero

Second grade – Hannah Bowler, Robert Coleman, Doris Funes, Branden Kirk, Nathalie Lezama, Tristan Myers, Kaden Walker, Justice Willis

Third grade – Madelyn Casey, Zary’ll Fair, Alexandra Funes Ochoa, Marquies Hemphill, Noe Oliva, Quincy Robinson

Fourth grade – Jacob Casey, Emoriah Feamster, Trinitee Harris, Jordan Nunley, Natavia Reid, Neveah Robinson, Peter Williams-Simpson, Khishana Sonawa

Fifth grade – Ashley Black, Reggie Burke, Alex Cruz, Eszavion Franklin, Ashia Krider, Kaitlyn Smith

 

Overton Elementary Extraordinary Explorers

The following students have been chosen as extraordinary explorers for the month of December.

Kindergarten – Devon Garcia, Denasia McCauley, Anthony Decuir, Deanna McSwain, OnCario Love, Raina Calhoun, Kenneth Cruz-Alvarado, Diana Villegas-Gonzalez, Dazmin Ambers, Jamir Tate, Benji Anderson, Lilly Mendia

First grade – Trinity King, Logan Davidson, Ren Blankenship, Aiden Palmore, Dorian Norabuena Manzanares, Khambrion Oglesby, Adrionna King, Elijah Mitchell, Ilena Etheredge, Leanna Ford, Kyrie Hairston, Kevin Cruz-Alvarado

Second grade – Addie Myers, Shemiah Price, Davaiiah Griffin, Joselin Vargas Bello, Keynai Ambers, Rachael Chambers, Jaylen Dillard, Daybra Lambb, Joshua Allen, Ana Blankenship, Audrey Urbina, Ebbie Lescoe, Clarissa Reynolds, Jimmy Javis, Harry Howard

Third grade – Grace Bemus, Rachel Newman, Ka’Nijiea McCoy, Anthony Young, Mya Edwards, Mary Bowler, Krishauna Lynn, Jackie Harris, Kahley McCauley, Deianna Withers, Sadie Bowler, Ashley Rios-Bustillo

Fourth grade – Yizette CaquiasTorres, Donavan Miller, De’Oshia Carr, Chrissy Kesler, Gabrielle Miller, Quentin Hippert, Marcus Cinnnirella, Carson Tate, Yezabel Rodriguez, Zaniyah Worthy, Faith Jeter, Kendall Colwell, Blake Barrier

Fifth grade – Steven Lescoe, Mallory Link, KeShun Laney, Al-Qu’Ran McNair, Jeremy Jimenez, Piper Lasker, Ellison Frick, Emily Frick, Elijah Spadafore, NyAisiah Murphy, Shaleah Conn, Jerzi Torrence

 

University of North Carolina at Asheville

The following students from Salisbury graduated from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in December:

Edward Wallace Pietryk III, bachelor of science in biology, concentration in cell and molecular biology

Zachary Ryan Welsh, bachelor of arts in political science, minor in german

 

Louisburg College dean’s list

Nicholas Collins of Salisbury completed courses with exemplary marks and made the dean’s list for the fall 2014 semester at Louisburg College.

To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have completed at least 12 or more hours of college credit in a given semester and have a semester grade point average between 3.50 and 4.00.

 

Cabarrus College of Health Sciences celebrates 34 graduates

Cabarrus College of Health Sciences celebrated the accomplishments of 34 graduates, as 8 baccalaureate and 26 associate degrees were conferred at its winter commencement ceremony Dec. 16.

Friends and family of the graduates, along with college faculty and staff, gathered at First Baptist Church in Concord to honor those graduating.

Angela Ann Balbierz Broderick was awarded the Cannon Best All-Around Nursing Student award, and Judith MacKenzie Colt received the George A. Batte Scholastic Achievement Award.

Bachelor’s degrees were conferred on the following graduates:

Bachelor of science in health services, leadership and management – Melissa Dianne Thonen, summa cum laude

Bachelor of science in medical imaging – Tiffani Phelps Burney, cum laude

Bachelor of science in nursing – Jacqueline S. Edwards, summa cum laude; Nicole Marie Guiliano, cum laude; Lauren Marie Helms, cum laude; Deborah Godbee Johnson, summa cum laude; Stacy Ann Meyers; Lisa Angelene Wilson, cum laude

Associate Degrees were conferred on the following graduates:

Associate’s degree in medical assistant – Caitlyn LouAnn Hanna; Susan Felts Helms, summa cum laude

Associate’s degree in nursing – Dara Nicole Bifalco; Karen Corinne Bostic; Angela Ann Balbierz Broderick, magna cum laude; Tiffany Shea Burris; Judith MacKenzie Colt, summa cum laude; Terry Ruh Derner, cum laude; Lauren Frances Donaldson; Erin Eder; Kaitlin Karol Eibeler; Veronica B. Everett; Kathryn Lauren Helms; Courtney Amber Herman; Miracle Adele Holloman; Shannon Lynn Izer; Jenna Louise Allbritton Jennings, cum laude; Erica S. McEachern Marotta; Jodie Meehan, cum laude; Sarah Elizabeth Rogers; Jessica Alane Romanoff, cum laude; Adrian Carr Shearer, cum laude; Morgan Christine Boatwright Ulmer; Jennifer Le Vu; Haley Victoria Walker

Associate’s degree in surgical technology – Jaime Leila Magnuson

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