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Education ShoutOuts

University of South Carolina-Columbia honors

The following students have been named to the President’s List for the fall 2014 semester.

Mooresville – Marissa Deddens, Danielle Marek, Conor Applegate, Catherine Guin, Megan McDonald, Carli Palma, Taylor Ryan, Rachel Spraker, Catherine Wilson, Rebecca Wilson

Salisbury – Nicholas Greene, Anna Tonseth

The following students have been named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2014 semester.

Kannapolis – Amanda Grondin

Landis – Cassidy Coleman

Mooresville – Jeffrey Angelino, Maria Arriviello, Brandon Baker, Jennifer Bastedo, Karlee Baxter, Peter Blinn, Thomas Blinn, Wyatt Cote, Michael DeZervos, Melissa Doheny, Kylee Karns, Cailyn Kennedy, Brooke Korte, Brandon McClung, Sarah Mills, Riley Prince, Cassandra Roman, Drew Sappenfield, Alexander Sendek, Hunter Sims, Shelby Sipperly, Christina Stanfield-Tridico, Tyler Stokey, Robert Suther, Dillon Teander, Caroline Waugh, Madeline Webb, Sarah Woods, Brianna Wyatt, Jessica Zammitti

Rockwell – Madison Hall

Salisbury – David Andrews, Mackenzie Beaver, Skyler Mikkelson

 

Hurley Elementary honors

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

Kindergarten – Isaiah Davidson, Janayhia Rankin, Brooklynne Holloway, Kaleiah Lee, Lindsay Hernandez Cuevas

First grade – Daniela Salazar Sola, Jaden Wilson, James Jones, Gabriel Mashore, Kimberly Samano Caballero

Second grade – Vanessa Turner, Cole Price, Lucy Blakeley, Aren Kelly

Third grade – Angelita Salas, Natalie Perez, Kimberly Camacho Carrillo, Zymorian Gaston

Fourth grade – Macy Wellmon, Jennifer Cervantes Flores, Makenna Martin, Da’Khari Carter

Fifth grade – Alan Hernandez Cuevas, Ty’ceria Gaither, Zoe Poindexter, Noah Loeblein

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

Second grade – Emma Shell, Sawyer Burton, Lilly Carrillo Cuevas, Cole Price, Christian VanWitzenberg, Danielle Beaver, BellaDonna Ritchie, Ashley Yang, Ella Cooler, Aren Kelly, Aiden Kelly      

Third grade – Isabella Figueroa, Tyler Igus, Grayce Pittman, Lanna Blackwell, Benjamin Rogers, Jaden Warren, Hannah Waddell, Makaylah Tenor, Corbin Hales, Sha’mya Arnold

Fourth grade – Caylyn Roysdon, Hunter Smathers, Sarah Durham, Yazahira Flores-Jasso, Corbin Barber, Ashley Ennis, Katherine Burton

Fifth grade – Andrew Taylor, Emma Shue, Zoe Poindexter

 

Sacred Heart Catholic Good Citizens

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

Pre-Kindergarten – Luke Regan, Maddy Shores

Kindergarten – Aidan Melton, Andy Nguyen

First grade – Megan Nguyen, Alyssa Starbird

Second grade – Mitchell Allen, Delaney Fisher

Third grade – Gray Goodman

Fourth grade – Kyna Zaldivar

Fifth grade – Grace Blackwell

Sixth grade – Theresa Holland

Seventh grade – Jean Holman

Eighth grade – Elizabeth Ann Graeber, Barney Malloy

 

University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh Dean’s List

Leane Blais of Salisbury has been named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2014 semester. Students with a GPA of 3.75 or higher qualify for the Dean’s List.

 

Georgia Southern University President’s List

Cameron Feriante of Granite Quarry has been named to the President’s List for the fall 2014 semester. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must have at least a 4.0 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 hours for the semester.

 

Bostian Elementary Good Citizens

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

Kindergarten – Laci Overcash, Nathan Wagner, Gracie Lambert, Hunter DeHart, Levi Boovy, Madalynn Kennedy

First grade – Kenz’ Poole, Ayden Atkinson, Alyssa Tidwell, Landon Atkinson

Second grade – Maddie Talley, Ahtziri Fernandez, Austin Blackmon, Linda Ramirez Mirafuentes, Christian Smith, Crew Ritchie

Third grade – Carlie Houghton, Cody Sloop, Kendall DeNicholas, Cole Kirkpatrick, Austin Fritz, Sophia Muller

Fourth grade – Zachary Wagoner, Emma Price, Madison Lemonds, Hunter Wilhelm

Fifth grade – Makayla Johnson, Trippe Mckeny, Kaylee Bynum, Rozalyn Walton

 

University of North Carolina-Pembroke Graduates

The following students graduated from University of North Carolina at Pembroke in December:

China Grove – Cadarreus Mason

Salisbury – Johnathan Chamberlain, Deborah Lineberry, Zachary Miller, Spencer Thomas, Katherine Yates

 

Louisburg College Hurricane Scholar Athletes Award

Nicholas Collins of Salisbury and Darius Jackson of East Spencer were awarded the Hurricane Scholar Athlete Award for their academic achievement. Collins is a member of the baseball team. Jackson is a member of the football team.

 

Landis Elementary Citizens of the Month

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

Kindergarten – Natalee Whitley, Ahyden Dipietro, Hayden McIntosh, Wyatt Howard

First grade – Makinley Porter, Haleigh Fontaine, Miles Carden, Hailey Sanchez

Second grade – Brinley Patterson, Ivan Rojas, Easton Green, Tommy Barcenas Cortez

Third grade – Alexis Hughes, Avery Welch, Grace Meckley, Dylan Lomax

Fourth grade – Karlie Gainey, Sophia Hopkins, Landen Brown, Ivan Marquez Hernandez

Fifth grade – Daniel Viveros, Victoria Sampson, MiKayla Biles, David Flores

 

Hanford Dole Elementary Good Citizens

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

Pre-Kindergarten – Kevin Gonzalez

Kindergarten – Ryan Mendoza Perez, Malik Miller, Brian Mejia, Madilyn Pla

First grade – Charlize Clark, William Smith, Michael Lopez-Gonzalez, Trinide Hernandez

Second grade – Danielle Burns, KaMahri Feamster, Justin Chang

Third grade – Collin Hartsell, Iysiss Kelly, Trey Chaffin, Erica Bostian

Fourth grade – Savannah Sides, Keyshawn Breedlove, Ben Farmer, Britney Anthony-Lay

Fifth grade – Harley Kotarsky, Thi Hillard

 

China Grove Elementary Honor Roll

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

Second grade – Breanna Childers, Emily Crouse, Abbigail Morgan, Blake Earley, Bradley Gilbert, Jorge Noriega, Bailey Carpenter, Braylen Galloway, Drake Furr, Max Pethel, Tennessee Myers, Crystal Quintero-Martinez, Destin Smith, Victor Acosta, Brynna Facemyer, Alexis Glover, Braxton Long, Blake Sloop, Elijah Stiller, Deacon Brock, Trinity Smith

Third grade – Ashley Childers, Carston Carey, Emmalyn Sides, Brooks Hubbard, Bobby Gould, Haley Foster

Fourth grade – Camre Fidler, Eli Brown, Renick Sides

Fifth grade – Ayden Basinger, Tyler Burgess, Sarah Rhodes, Hunter Burris, Nathan Chrismon, Lydia Garcia, Ty Hubbard, Zoe Pickett, Gabe Kluttz, Daisy Sisoukrath, Weston Lee, Ellie Edgington, Richard Gould

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