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Education ShoutOuts

Bellevue University graduate

Donna Denning of Salisbury recently graduated from Bellevue University with a bachelor of science degree in supply chain and logistics management.

 

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill honors

The following local students were named to the dean’s list for the fall 2014 semester:

Taylor Draper, Katelyn Myers, Leslie Pence, Janssen White, Jan Sitterson, Jacob Ward, Sara Locklear, Haley Leazer, Jacob Bruney, Katelyn Buffett, Melisa Hollar, Rebecca Agner, Hunter Barbee, Alex Billingsley, Mary Dunn, Mallison Fisher, John Grant, Emily Hammer, Levi Huffman, Mason Jennings, Ashtyn Kepley, Karishma Lalchandani, Allison Murphy, Marlena Murphy, Victor Pereira, Erin Roy, Lauren Roy, Adam Shoemaker, Kristin Tajlili

The following local students recently graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill:

Roy Wood – bachelor of arts in history

Ayana Banks – bachelor of arts in communication studies

 

Mount Ulla Elementary honor roll

The following students have been named to the all-A honor roll for the second quarter.

Third grade – Benjamin Moore

Fourth grade –  Autumn Heglar, Blake Moore, Rillie Sigmon, Sydney Honeycutt, Parker Jenkins, Brooke Kennerly

Fifth grade – Michael Freeman, Madison Reber, Reese Martin, Abby Freeze, Ben Kiser, Noel Magana-Granados

 

Enochville Elementary honor roll

The following students have been named to the all-A honor roll for the second quarter.

Third grade – Luciana DePaulo, Ryleigh Fulgham, Jackson Walter

Fourth grade – Karen Betancourt, Brooks Bumgarner

Fifth grade – Caroline Barbee, Jack Black, Reagan Love, Ashton Musselwhite, Sarah Nowack, Kameron Wallace

 

Meredith College dean’s list

Meredith Elaine Hovis of Salisbury was named to the dean’s list at Meredith College for the fall 2014 semester.

 

Wingate University honors

Lindsay Maners of Salisbury and Leah Perkins of Faith were named to the president’s list for the fall 2014 semester. The president’s list is comprised of undergraduate students who earned a grade point average of at least a 3.80 with no grade below a C in a minimum of 12 semester hours.

The following students were named to the dean’s list for the fall 2014 semester:

China Grove – Destiny Dennis, Brock Miller

Faith – Nealeigh Lefler

Rockwell – Samantha Smith

Salisbury – Nicholas Cato, Isaiah Cornelius, Rodney Richards, Will Sapp

The dean’s list is comprised of undergraduate students who earned a grade point average of at least a 3.30 with no grade below a C in a minimum of 12 semester hours.

 

Woodleaf Elementary good citizens

The following students were chosen as good citizens for the month of January.

Kindergarten – Maryanne Cobb, Morgan Davis, Lilyanna Hernandez, Jaxon Perry, Aiden Phillips, Daniela Uribe, Sean Wiley

First grade – Savanna Brasington, Brandon Cano-Campusano, Ashleigh Cavin, Uriel Garcia-Sanchez, Kate Kniaz, Logan Krause, Cameron Nance

Second grade – Benjamin Koontz, Jenna Joubert, Charalis Little, Jeanny Mayes, Laci Smith

Third grade – Dakota Athey-Peeler, Julius Guevara, Luke Lance, Dustin Long, Jackson Walters, Jenna Yount

Fourth grade – Justin Bass, Madison Hartman, Treston Moretz, Emmanuel Pulliam, Jacob Rendon-Dominguez, Gabriel Sutphin

Fifth grade – Ariana Anaya-Locklear, Haley Benware, Kevin Garcia-Sanchez, Juan Guerrero-Bautista, Ja’Mya Jackson, Randy Rusmisell, Breanna Taylor

 

Shive Elementary honors

The following students were chosen as good citizens for the month of January:

Jason Hallman, Kyle Gillespie, Lilyana Acevedo, Abel Brown, Ava Basinger, Colton Heald, Kassidie Baker, Logan Cottingham, Layna Linker, Jayden Ireland, Jada Greene, Tristen Mahaley, Kelsey Fulwider, Ethan Brown, Jacee Eudy, Abraham Flores, Lizzy Callahan-Fletcher, Maddox Moore, Clohie Altenbaugh, Caden Oster, Leanna Rojas, Koby Nelson, Brooklyn Page, Kaden Stewart, Abby Long, Jose Landaverde, Kennedy Watts-Hofner, Tera Simpson, Zach Green, Shayden Edwards, Jasmine Gaines, Evan Mitchelson, Savannah Hall, Josh Heath, Hailey Madray, Jackson Honeycutt, Maria Gregory, Jason Marlow, Madalynn Shue, Gaven Johnson, Brooke Benge, Matthew Reid, Sarah Jessee, Jasper Rojas, Karley Tredway, Shay Leonard, Kylee Edmunds

The following students were named to the all-A honor roll for the second quarter:

Second grade – Kylar Pinion, Bryan Thompson, Addyson Barnes, Emery Basinger, Maddie Maultsby, Skyler Christner, Claudia Diggs, Bayley Kruger, Daliah McDaniel, Brenna Miller, Maddox Moore, Chloe Shank

Third grade – Aiden Basinger, Abel Johnson, Gage Poole, Shane Swanner, Thomas Vang, Cora Voyles, Lukas Troutman, Aleah Gaultney, Austin McGuire, Kayley Null, Celia Sifford, Braden Shive

Fourth grade – Joseph Boehm, Lana Carter, Matthew Craig, Drue Gillis, Autumn Graham, Hailey Madray, Hayden Simmerson

Fifth grade – Tessa Christner, Gavin Jackson, Addisyn Keen, Summer Null, Mary Spry, Alix Vazquez, Jaysa Causby, Sarah Jessee, Gabrielle Keyes, Riley McCullough, Kaiylnn Stone, Ben Sweet

The following students were chosen as king/queen bee for showing a random act of kindness:

Kaylynn Wheeles, Morgan Efird, Chris Anderson, Aiden Hammill, Mary Spry, Shane Barringer, Ethan Fuller, Bella Maultsby, Hailey Wilkerson, Ben Sweet, Gage Poole, Kate Edmunds, Lukas Troutman, Rebecca Martin, Thomas Vang, Tony Hall, Jacob Mitchelson, Phoebe Cole, Lana Carter, Chloe Jones, Caleb Casper, Joseph Boehm, Tyler Caruso, Steven Schnur, CJ Pueschel, Myles Foy, Linkin Cain, Clohie Altenbaugh, Chloe Lombard, Hailey Madray, Tatiana Landeverde, Zachary Green, Corry Sneed, Kady Griffin, Emma Collier, Sierra Green, Jasmine Kennerly, Joshua Heath

 

Salisbury Academy honor roll

The following students were named to the all-A honor roll for the first quarter.

Fifth grade – Alexandra Barr, Jordan Cline, Hayes Hartpence, Jack Heilig, Morgan Jeter, Sadie Miller, Wade Robins, John Paul Shadroui, Greyson Smith

Sixth grade – Tom Bristol, Madelynn Castor, Maggie Dees, Will Fowler, Jude Lockhart, Emma Nianouris, Virginia Moye Robertson, Nikhil Roy, Emma Shelby, Phoebe Shields

Seventh grade – Roshen Amin, Dominic Capito, Walker Hartpence, Caitlin Hattaway, Jessica Jensen, Mitch Jeter, Taron Lilly, Marshall Overcash, Nicholas Peltz, Hank Robins, Patrick Smith

Eighth grade – Isabella Almazan, Annabel Barr, Sarah Clifton, Lila Harry, Katie Leckonby, Ellen Simons

 

Knox Middle honor roll

The following students were named to the all-A honor roll for the second quarter.

Sixth grade – Alexander Blumenthal, Clara Brown, Meredith Burton, Phoebe Hollingsworth, Robert Honeycutt, Natalie Lusk, Jackson Murphy, Pryce Phillips, Lillian Rusher, Emma Sparger

Seventh grade – Luke Brady, Leah Cressler, Sean Edwards, Lashay Little, Katlyn Melton, Quinnlan Watson, Tabitha Williams, Anna Woolly

Eighth grade – Irving Avilez Hernandez, Laura Bullock, Roarke Burton, Kiera Cherry, Stanton Dunham, David Holden

 

Cleveland Elementary honors

The following students were named to the all-A honor roll for the second quarter.

Third grade – Katelyn Lee, William Givens, Jr, Deja Hall, Corbin Nations, Kenleigh Prince, Mark Truman

Fourth grade ­– Evelyn Kwitowski, Mason Lee, Peyton Bruce, Paxton Greene, Emily Kelly

Fifth grade – Patrice Cuthbertson, Hailey Hall, Kailee Keller, Jeri Taylor, Krysten Cline, Abby Truman, Lacy Waggoner, Cole Haas

The following students were chosen as good citizens for the month of January.

Kindergarten – Emory Stephens, Keith Neal, Ashley Sola-Dubon, Quinta McNeal, Cerentiy Bush, Logan Smith

First grade – Trinity McKie, Brody Breitwieser, Heidi Kennerly, Alexis Keener

Second grade – Landon Getzlaff, Isabel Osborne-Johnston, Dylan Parrish, Zakyah Pressley

Third grade – Ava Gusler, Israel Santivanez, Hayley Sola-Dubon, Zana Smyre Rouse, Kenleigh Prince, Grant Pruett

Fourth grade – Makayla Upright, Christian Kepley, Ciara Cuthbertson, Mason Quarles

Fifth grade – Elizabeth Bogle, Victoria Shoemaker, Krysten Cline, Jeri Taylor

 

Isenberg Elementary good citizens

The following students were chosen as good citizens for the month of January.

Pre-Kindergarten – Aiden Peek

Kindergarten – Briana Alvarado, Faith Barton, Demarcus Blakeney, Kanaiyah Crump, Rithza Cruz-Villalobos, Kingston Gomillion

First grade – Bryson Alexander, Makayla Bungard, Dayanara Cruz, Jhya Lloyd, Briana Meaway, Hassan Reid, Carlysia Smith, and Nevaeh Steele

Second grade – Sophia Altemare, TaMya Boyd, Kendrick Cornelius, Tre’ Davis, Kendall Henderson, Nathalie Lezama, Landon Overcash, Isabella Smithman

Third grade – Justus Alexander, Reneyshia Grigsby, Lam Le, Eva Moultry, Ashley Sanchez, Ayazhane Wells

Fourth grade – Tyreese Davis, Daniel Escobar, Jordan Nunley, Catherine Romero, Hannah Schmeltzer, Peter Williams-Simpson

Fifth grade – Jaylan Alexander, Armonie Brown, Papa Brush, Reggie Burke, Daxary Herrera, Briseyda Pacheco

 

Area Student Earns honor roll status at Washington and Lee University

Alee Johnson of Salisbury earned honor roll status for the fall 2014 semester at Washington and Lee University.

 

Hurley Elementary good citizens

The following students were chosen as good citizens for the month of January.

Kindergarten – U’Xiah Johnson, OnCario Love, Erikson Trail, Israel Rojas, Ian Hannold

First grade – Valiajah Johnson, Jayden Hampton, Cahrisma Morgan, Zachary Barnett, Josiah Johnson-Freeman

Second grade – Nickulas Brown, Aiden Kelly, Hiran Escobar Espinoza, Torese Evans

Third grade – Emily Montes Solano, Citlali Mendez Hernandez, Jesus Nieto Hidalgo, Isabella Figueroa

Fourth grade – Aaliyah Phifer, Mahayla Lanning, Yesenia Qunitero, Keshyne Bognuda

Fifth grade – Hunter Sherrill, Charlie Young, Alivia Arnez, Maridith Faith Matthews

 

Overton Elementary honor roll

The following students were named to the all-A honor roll for the second quarter:

Liam Allison, Camryn Martinez, Sophie Chmiel, Emily Frick, Mallory Link, Autumn Walser, Camryn Martinez, Joshua Allen, Ana Blankenship, Tyler Conforti, Warren Fesperman, Davaiiah Griffin, Joshua Burns, Makara Trick

 

 

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