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Education shoutouts

East Carolina University honors

The following local students have been named to the East Carolina University honor roll for the fall 2014 semester. In order to be named to the honor roll, a student must obtain at least a 3.0 GPA.

Cleveland – Taylor Bailey

Faith – Briana Deese

Gold Hill – Olukunle Akindahunsi, Victoria Wagoner

Landis – Christopher Hester, Brittany Owens

Mount Ulla – Lauren Luther, Mary Stanley

Rockwell – Jacqueline Britt, Brittany Coe

Salisbury – Kennedy Cuthbertson, Amber Holloway, Katherene Holmes, Clifford Long, Hunter Mashburn, Hope Murray, Jorge Nunez, Raleigh Watson, Suzanne Wells, Ashlyn White

The following students have been named to the East Carolina dean’s list for the fall 2014 semester. In order to be named to the dean’s list, students must obtain at least a 3.5 GPA.

China Grove – Grayson Haff

Landis – Haley Noll, Eric Tyler

Mount Ulla– Laci Graney

Rockwell– Rachel Hughes, Deon Pillsbury, Evan Rittenhouse

Salisbury– Charnae Brown, Sarrah Holman, Blair Lesley, Amber Lyerly, Timothy Wilson

The following students have been named to the East Carolina chancellor’s list for the fall 2014 semester. In order to be named to the chancellor’s list, students must obtain at least a 4.0 GPA.

Rockwell – Jessica Yelland

Salisbury – McKenzie Wolford

Woodleaf – Wilson Holloway

 

Shive Elementary honors

The following students have been recognized for showing a random act of kindness:

Myles Foy, Nathan Moore, Joseph Boehm, Colby Quick, Perla Pineda, Karson Sloop, Alex Rayfield, Jared Doreste, Celia Sifford, Joseph Torrence, Kate Edmunds, Maggie Cooper, Summer Null, Holly Stowe, Jaysa Causby, Phoebe Cole, Jacob Helms, Gavin Jackson, Piper Bennett, Ivan Landaverde, Jaden Crosby, Ahtziry Flores, Eliana Kirkland, Kyrian Nance, Ethan Fuller, Nathan Bryant, Timmy Morton, Joshua Lasley, Donovan Christlieb, Stone Leazer

The following students were named to the honor roll for the month of December:

Brooklyn Pratt, Kyrian Nance, Emma Sanders, Noah Butler, Amelia Calloway, Josh Tingler, Mckenlynn Weber, Alex Lambert, Serenity Haney, Austin Stechman, Alana Herring, Stone Leazer, Sofia Fredericks, Jaden Crosby, Eva Shue, Alden Gaines, Raeden Swinson, Karson Sloop, Savannah Culp, Gavin Hamby, Bayley Kruger, Garret Williams, Emery Basinger, Caleb Fortune, Addison Moore, Gabriel Watkins, Dulce Montoya-Elizondo, Steven Swigert, Kayley Null, Ethan Wilson, Lori Durham, Christian Hardy, Abby Hardin, Jordan Avalos, Kyrsten Cain, Seth Green, Jasmine Nelson, Kevin Mastranunzio, Graci Poole, Anthony Caruso, Peyten Eller, Timmy Morton, Rain Butler, Gavin Jackson, Chloe Lombard, Christopher Sneed, Shay Leonard, Harleigh Kesler

 

Knollwood Elementary Knights of Character

The following students have been selected as knights of character for the character trait compassion:

Lorelai Sutton, Bradley Peeples, Darlene Cruz Perez, Daniela Leor, Emily Delgado, Dylan Walker, Israel Moran Cordero, Handerson Henriquez Perez, Vanessa Tinajero, Violet Guidry, Clayton McKnight, Haily Manning, Brianna Figueroa Escobar, Marcos Torres, Cassandra Williams, Stephanie Morales, Ruby Menendez-Chico, Heidy Hernandez Mota, Jonathan Villanueva, Mia Parra-Cordero, Sonia Cruz, Shylen Laguardia, X’Zavier Harrell, Joseph Jones, Kam’ani Rhyne, Jennifer Carbajal, Ariana Hayes, Brian Gonzalez-Jaimes, Victoria Vega

 

Cleveland Elementary Good Citizens

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

Kindergarten – Lucas Upright, Meadow Lindabury, RJ Cuthbertson, Takiera Stockton-Myers, Shardanae Chipley, William Koontz

First grade – Grayce Moore, Bryson Wilhelm, Tyler Dickson, Bailey Gerrity

Second grade – Lark Staley, Bryson Brown, Alexander Tavira, Millie Ingersoll

Third grade – Katelynn Nottingham, Alex Cortez, Destin Bevers, Gabby Hogue, Alan Mendoza, Calli Harris

Fourth grade – Sierra Lemly, Dillan Readling, Abram Davis, Alex Bouk

Fifth grade – Landon Steele, Cya Barger, William Kirwin, Alma Cisneros-Mancia

 

Bob Jones University Dean’s List

The following local students are among approximately 950 Bob Jones University students named to the dean’s list for the fall 2014 semester. To qualify for the dean’s list, students must earn a 3.00-3.74 GPA.
Landis – Kaitlin Lane
Mooresville – Lauren Lyons
Cleveland – April Snyder

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