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Education ShoutOuts

Coastal Carolina University dean’s list

Sydney Solomon of Salisbury has been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2014 semester. Solomon is a freshman majoring in early childhood education.

 

Enochville Elementary Wise Owls

The following students have been chosen as wise owls for consistently exhibiting good citizenship, good manners and exceptional behavior.

Kindergarten – Gracie Church, Miley Ervin, Karson Lear, Ellijah Mattieu, Adriana Sanchez, Neveah Turner

First grade – Hunter Allen, Carly Eudy, Connor Fowler, Alyssa Melton, Ashly Rangel, Kendall Tilley

Second grade – Mahala Dickson, Sierra Earnhardt, Wyatt Elwood, Case Garmon, Julianna Honeycutt, RaElla Smokstad, Baylee Thomas

Third grade – Trinity Blake, Savannah Board, Madison Lewis, Kenneth Houchin, Michael Milstead, Jaiden Richardson

Fourth grade – Seth Boone, Ashlyn Davis, Alyssa Jones, Bryan O’Neal, Martin Ramirez, Samantha Santiago

Fifth grade – Hanah Braman, Peyton Hagler, Jonah Osborne, Ana Rubio, Amber Vannoy, Kameron Wallace

 

Salisbury Academy honor roll

The following students were named to the all-A honor roll for second 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, George Fisher, 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

 

Millbridge Elementary honor roll

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

Third grade – Korbyn Hudson, Brice Knox, Andrew Lee, Charlie Menius, Macy Miller, Brett Morris, Gabrielle Shook, Kyndal Sigmon, Valerie Webster, Brett Ragle, Alex Ochoa, Kassidy Sechler, Zachary Almond, Colin Ball, Josh Bost, Hope Burton, Grayson Cromer, Avery Crowell, Anderew Helmbold, Ava Hinson, Eli Julian, Damian Orr, Sarah Shell, Aaron Jones, Portlynn Kilgore, Ty Lloyd, Madison Martinez, Grayson Steedley

Fourth grade – Savanna Bancroft, Zachary Markle, Grayson McGuire, Zachary McNeely, Laney Reilly, Gracie Sipe, Kyle Wood, Bailey Yon, Ragan Hopkins, Haiden Leffew, Tyler Atwell, Hayley Borst, Audrey Weaver, Jayleigh Wise

Fifth grade – Noah Steedley, Hailey Blevins, McGuire Caudill, Garrison Collins, Jacob Cox, Taylor Darby, McKinley Faw, Patrick Holden, Lee Karriker, Kelcie Love, Joseph Menius, Emma Owens, Jacob Ritchie, Justin Smith

 

Hanford-Dole Elementary Good Citizens

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

Pre-Kindergarten – Kailyn Meacham

Kindergarten – Ivy Oglesby, Mercedez Preston, Aaron Bruno, Chance Harris, Khi’yana Carpenter

First grade – Izayia Turner, Nevaeh Shepherd, Victoria Garcia, Jaslyn Blakeney, Daymun Davis, Jayden Davis

Second grade – Mauricio Rosales, Joz’lyn Taylor, Samuel Tamayo

Third grade – Adam Vang, Ezekiel Heilig, Ja’Rieya Hooker

Fourth grade – Serinity Day, Le’Knyah Daniels, Aubrey Barron, Dalton Shepherd, Illyra Money

Fifth grade – Preston Overcash, Charleigh Miller, Maria Lopez

 

Clemson University dean’s list

The following local students have been named to the Dean’s List at Clemson University for the fall 2014 semester. To be named to the dean’s list, a student must have achieved a grade-point average between 3.50 and 3.99 on a 4.0 scale.

China Grove – Morgan Elizabeth Tadlock

Mooresville – Jessica L. Cannon, Kristen Mae Carpenter, Shannon R. Diggs, Jessica Shepard Johnson

Salisbury – Katelin Danielle Johnson, Rachel Patricia Jones, Benton T. Kribbs, Joshua Michael Rowell

 

Salisbury native graduates from Ithaca College

Joseph Walker graduated from Ithaca College’s School of Humanities and Sciences with a bachelor of arts in aging studies. The degree was awarded in December 2014.

 

North Rowan Elementary Good Citizens

The following students were selected as good citizens for the month of January based on the character trait good judgement:

Savannah Loftis, Kireyah Evans, Olivia McCaray, Anaya Gaiter, Julianne Trapp, Katherine Ellis, Braylon Morrison, Jayden Harrington, Ethan Snyder, Dameron Johnston, Gi’siah Patterson, Tyrrell Barnes, Sabian Johnson, Elise Ellis, Xavier Webb, Danielle Smith, Dylan Bates, William Beecham, Charles Brucker, Akira Jackson, Hayden Nowokunski,Malaysia Dillard, Marissa Craig, Amya Cherry, Nayeli Caramo, Ethan Russell, Stella Sophia, Jenny Landeverde, Devin Carr, Kaitlynn Sain, Eric Vega Carrillo, Jaden Geter, Omar Witherspoon, Austin Dowell, Rylan Furr, Kimani Darden, Tymir Angle, George Maxwell, Brandy Letrick, Antae’yah Horton, Tyree Brown, Patience Shepherd.

 

Granite Quarry Elementary Good Citizens

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

Pre-Kindergarten – Troy Neal

Kindergarten – Mya White, Jonathan Spittle, Peyton Deshetler, J.D. Allen

First grade – Hailie Carter, Julianna Cabrera-Boehm, Aaron Slaydon, Jonathan Lauzon, Karmen Cunningham

Second grade – Jaydin White, Olivia Wolfe, Kierstin Eagle, Nariyah Toomer

Third grade – Andy Ervin, Sydney Baker, Makayla Williams, Gavin Walker

Fourth grade – Maddie Pope, Mary Morgan, Noah Cauble

Fifth grade – Monica Quintero, Hannah Wingler, Jakyra Wynruit

 

Overton Elementary Explorers of the Week

The following students were recognized as Explorers of the Week during the month of January for demonstrating excellent behavior.

Kindergarten – Precious Ramsey-Greene, Janiyah Fomond, Lila Conkel, Ja’Maya McConnaughey

First grade – Julia Shelton, Gabe Morrow, Shamia Pipkin, Chanse Bost

Second grade – Joyce Kelly, Pearl Gilmore, Angel Rodriguez, Keynai Ambers

Third grade – Mikayla Ortiz, Alex Clement, Mary Reese Bowler, Brandy Niles

Fourth grade – Reed Brixey, Elijah Foreman, Zy-Quavion Rankin, Jayda Kelly

Fifth grade – Marcus Cook, Jaquarrius Pressley, Itzel Chavez Campos, NyAisiah Murphy

 

Knollwood Elementary Knights of Character

The following students were chosen as Knights of Character for the month of January and the character trait courage:

Ryker Kelly, Devan McCarson, Anthony Dodd, Serenity Doby, Lindsey Cordero, Cristobal Mejia Osornio, Rodrigo Pacheco Salazar, Graciela Romero soto, Nolan Tovornik, Emily Harris, Moises Martinez, Hanna Hassan, Jeremy Allman, Judah Workman, Braydon Burrage, Kenzey Smith, Reese Poole, Crisanto Santiago, Ashley Ponce Flores, Isamael Zarate Oregon, Tyler Yates, Rafael Hernandez, Manuel Recinos Menendez, Monserrat Pineda Arzate, Yatxiry Castro-Ramon, John Sales-Sebatian, Garrett Corriher, Brandon Paderes, Alvaro Curiel Espinoza

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