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Education ShoutOuts

Granite Quarry Elementary Good Citizens

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

Pre-Kindergarten – Myles Witherspoon

Kindergarten – Isaiah Lee, Jorja Sutherland, Caroline Lyerly, Donald Brunton

First grade – Lionardo Gonzalaz, Hyadn Gibson, Evan Parnell, John Parker, Layla Bass

Second grade – Ke’nan Hamilton, Addison Threatte-Barger, Abbey Brindle, Sawyer Weeks

Third grade – Daelyn Gibson, Jamie Farley, Tuyen Duong, Max Mitchell

Fourth grade – Jade Euart, Taylor Conte, Seairra Middleton

Fifth grade – Canyon Henning, Sascha Medina, Dimario Chalk

 

Sacred Heart honors

The following students earned all-A honor roll during the second trimester at Sacred Heart Catholic School.

Fourth grade – Hannah Carr, Cooper Fleeman, Drew Hansen, Daniel McKie, Kyna Zaldivar

Fifth grade – Nick Antosek, Grace Blackwell, Colin Donaldson, Robin Howard, Sophia Malloy, Ella Trainor, Sutton Webb, Will Webb

Sixth grade – Caroline Cardelle, Theresa Holland, Katy Klein, Marina Mueller

Seventh grade – Alyssa Lopez, Hannah Smith

Eighth grade – Olivia Dagenhart, Jack Fisher, Mary Sobataka

The following students were named Good Citizens for the month of March.

Pre-kindergarten – Osmar Monroy and Cielo Trujillo

Kindergarten – J. B. Bergen and Gianluca DeMary

First grade – Mia Eddinger and Kennedy Goodman

Second grade – David Austin and Hannah Lineberry

Third grade – James Holland

Fourth grade – Hannah Carr

Fifth grade – Mabel Harrison

Sixth grade – Kathryn Marino

Seventh grade – Julian Howard

Eighth grade – Olivia Dagenhart and Brandon Landaverde

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