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Education ShoutOuts

Brevard College honors

The following students have been named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2014 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours and have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

Kannapolis – Savannah Cox

Landis – Whitney Hardison

Salisbury – Hannah Elmore, Hannah Leonard, Catherine Whitley, Ashley Woods

The following students have been named to the honor roll for the fall 2014 semester. To qualify for the honor roll, students must be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours and have a GPA between 3.0 and 3.49.

China Grove – Parker Hubbard

Kannapolis – Madison Johnson

 

Georgia Institute of Technology honors

Taylor Gherardi of Harrisburg and Joshua Price of Salisbury have earned the distinction of Faculty Honors for the fall 2014 semester. This designation is awarded to undergraduate students who have a 4.0 academic average for the semester.

 

Cleveland Elementary Good Citizens

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

Kindergarten – Aidyn Ramsue, Jacob Dunning, Davonte Fontana, Makayla Brooks, Connor DiCarlo, Colton Chapman

First grade – Tristan Redman, Zavion Chipley, Mason Stutler, Drew Kennedy

Second grade – Grayson Jordan, Brooke Gonsalves, Scarlett Kennedy, Gage Ludwick

Third grade – Amie Rodgers, Jonathan Blackwelder, Quincy Rowland, Jamesyn Deal, Diana Covarrubias, Lily Smicker

Fourth grade – Bryan Taylor, Katie Pleitez, Emily Kelly, Anna Parrish

Fifth grade – Anna Coxey, Glorious Wood, Megan Graham, Trey Bailey

 

Granite Quarry Elementary Good Citizens

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

Pre-Kindergarten – Brody Benfield

Kindergarten – Bella German, Will Mozingo, Blaine Lentz, Sophia Redding

First grade – Miranda Caron, Victor Georgiev, Lily Fisher, Cherish Walker, Arionna McKnight

Second grade ­– Alondra Noyola Mata, Kalyn Doxey, Sierra Wetter, Douglas Alley

Third grade – Leon Funez, Bryce Rowland, Brendan Griffin, Zayloria Gaines

Fourth grade ­– Treyvon Hamilton, Katherine Otten, Anthony Ni

Fifth grade ­– Cipriano Gonzalez, Lillian Howard, Darren Jennings

Pre-Kindergarten student Troy Neal was selected as a good citizen for the month of January. His name was left off of the January ShoutOut.

 

Millbridge Elementary Good Citizens

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

Kindergarten – Payton Garrett, Cole Wheeler, Caden Jordan, Madelyn Miller, Landon Biddy, Love Carter, Logan Buckles, Grayson Kilgore

First grade – Laney McHargue, Nathaniel Norton, Donovan Tucker, Daisy Landaverde, Aurelia Palacios, Nixon Oles, Kameron Andrews, Victoria Clontz

Second grade – Conner Overcash, Luke Bancroft, Kaylan Deal, Chandler Bottenfield, Railyn Wright, James Linder, MacKenzie Todd, Fabian Morales

Third grade – Brett Ragle, Alex Ochoa, Mackenzie Sloop, Wyatt Moore, Morgan Rayfield, Cynthia Davis, Charlie Ward, Seth Karriker

Fourth grade – Kimberly Sanchez, Cayden Clontz, Grayson McGuire, Madison Rawlings, Elijah Pullian, Jed Waller, Jake Desmet, Odessah Rodgers

Fifth grade – Wyatt Foster, Brianna Pirtle, Jacob Cox, McKinley Faw, Julia Watson, Veriadiana Gutierrez, Eva Eller, Seth Burgess

 

Isenburg Elementary Good Citizens

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

Pre-Kindergarten – Miracle Turner

Kindergarten – Briana Alvardo, Faith Barton, Allisson Cabrera, Shariyah Fields, Ariadna Flores Simon, Dayana Gonzalez, Malachi Rodriguez, Devin Truong

First grade – Alexia Cagle, Christopher Foley, Caleb Luna, Dallas Lynch, Nevaeh McCullough, Amora Porterfield, Nevaeh Scales, Lloyd Stockdale

Second grade – Rayshawn Burke, Xavier Cherry, Zhi’Angel Conley, Landen Dudas, Branden Kirk, Nathalie Lezama, Jasira McKinney, Tiffany Woods

Third grade – Desmond Adams, Reneyshia Grigsby, Lam Le, Quincy Robinson, Ashley Sanchez, Lamar Walker

Fourth grade – Alex Diaz, Brooklyn Mann, Andy Ortez-Cruz, De’Andre Scott, Khishana Sonawa, Juevera White

Fifth grade – Daxary Herrera, Alisa Le, Taniya Medlin, Lourdes Reyes-Cabrera, Kaitlyn Smith, Christian Zavala-Guzman

 

Woodleaf Elementary Good Citizens

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

Kindergarten – Skylee Carter, Ayden Coleman, Waylan Collins, Wyatt Doby, Michael Foster, Ivyanah Heggins, Baylee Koontz, Aiden Simmerson

First grade – Roseanna Busbey, Chamoni Hairston, Jacob Knight, Dylan Morgan, Madison Thomas, Veronica Uribe-Ayala

Second grade – Bryson Dement, Logan Freeman, Kate Gregory, Lyndsey Roush, Ally Suggs

Third grade – Jakaii Alexander, Justin Bogle, Abigail Kennedy, Levi McFarland

Fourth grade – Aaron Clements, Dominic LeDoux, Katlyn Lyons, Emily Mitchell, Cole Parker, Samuel Roberts

Fifth grade – Isaac Castro, Angelina Ebeling, Gabriel Estrada, Tyler Hilton, Tania Lazcano-Marcelino, Ashleigh Roush

 

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