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North Hills Queen and King

Submitted photo North Hills Christian School Homecoming Queen Camyron Pressley and King William Johnson.

Submitted photo North Hills Christian School Homecoming Queen Camyron Pressley and King William Johnson.

Hanford-Dole Elementary Good Citizens

Hanford-Dole Elementary has recognized the following students as the December Good Citizens for the character trait of perseverance.  Each student received a personalized certificate and had his/her picture on the Good Citizen bulletin board for the month.

PreKindergarten:  Karmora Hinton

Kindergarten:  Jaret Ayala Perez, Zachery Duncan, Kalel Murillo, Franquise Belton and Kelis Worth

First grade:  Emiziah Gillespie, Dionne Vilte, Josue Tovar Garcia, Marquez Walker and Chace Harris
Second grade:  Aldo Arellano, Hannah Winters and Tyshun Sellers

Third grade:  Janiyah Chawlk, Jaiden Burch,  Diana Hernandez and Breanna Shuping

Fourth grade:  Ezekiel Heilig

Fifth grade:  Emmaline Stepp and  Dalton Shepherd

 

Millbridge Elementary Good Citizens

Kindergarten: Dayana Zambrano, Giovanni Morales, Kaitty Benitez, Shane Sykes, Addison Todd, Aiden Vega, Zein Murray and Emma Bridges
First grade: Makayla Conners, Jacob Prevette, Aiden Davis, Hailey Helms, Colin Masingo, London Jenkins, Frida Bernal, Lawson Patterson, Caitlyn Andrews and Jonathan Lyerly
Second grade: Lydia Carter, Nathaniel Thomas, Hallie Canup, Gavin Harrington, Alexis Story, Nolan White, Reagan Helmbold and Jake Adams
Third grade: Marshall Faw, Railyn Wright, Chandler Bottenfield, Gracie Gregoire, Addison Beaver, Kaitlin Boyd, Arabelle Shulenburger and James Linder
Fourth grade: Makenzi Hallman, Caylie Sweet, Charlie Menius, Kassidy Sechler, Eli Julian, Daisy Sanchez-Cruz, Hope Burton and Brady Maillet
Fifth grade: Delana Frye, Grayson McGuire, Zain English, Melanie Stephens, Makayla Borst, Haiden Leffew, Coleman Overcash and Amelia Stanton

 

Isenberg Elementary Good Citizens

The following students were recently named December Great Gators:
Pre-K:  Gracie Mesimer
Kindergarten:  Allison Jones, Anh Le, Guinevere Leggs, Raymond Moscoso, Micah Robinson, Ami Rodas Sanchez, Julian Santiago  and Domingo Wooden
First grade:  Na’Kyla Alexander, Kent Le, Riley Logwood, Ka’Mari Price, Ky’Marah Price, Jayden Romero, KeAndre Whittenburg and Eli Yang
Second grade:  Ronald Castro, Mariela Navarro, Gabriela Oliva, Davion Roseborough, Emmanuel Williams  and Aya Yang
Third grade:  Johan Castro Giron, Timothy Davis, Giovanni Lopez, Tristan Myers, Jaden Powell and MaKayla Price
Fourth grade:  Caden Gomez-Renteria, Noe Oliva, Carlos Pacheco and Adam Vang
Fifth grade:  Esther Garcia, Brooklyn Mann, Asriel Mauney, Noe Octaviano, Aaliyah Phifer and Lee Vaughters
Bostian Elementary Good Citizens
The staff of Bostian Elementary would like to recognize the following students for standing out as exemplary citizens for this month. These students have all gone above and beyond what is expected of them at school.Kindergarten: Brannon Bell, Jackson Stiller, Olivia Eagle, Xander Eddings, Sara Reynolds and Carson PethelFirst grade: Reese Bryant, Deacon Thomas, Karlie Burris, Ayden Davis, Kylee Bowles and Isaac JohnsonSecond grade: Addison Fowler, Eli Jenkins, Grayson Helms, Hailey Safrit, Will Guerrero and Samantha MondayThird grade: Brandan Jordan, Makenna Hinson, Leland Kennedy, Winter Honeycutt, Sadie Brigman and Hunter Wise

Fourth grade: Brooklyn Davis, Barrett Hilton, Emily Jordan, Ethan Wilson, Holly DiStefano and Dalton Gay

Fifth grade: Lonna Addison, Shaun Pell, Makayla Kennedy and Kayden Hartness

 

China Grove Elementary honor roll

All A honor roll for first-quarter 2015-16

Third grade: Victor Acosta, Riley Bays, Breanna Childers, Brynna Facemyer, Alexis Glover, Braxton Long, Alexis Malund, Abbigail Morgan, Kaitlin Overcash, Andrew Pregram, Crystal Martinez, Daniel Sloop, Trinity Smith and Elijah Stiller.

Fourth grade: Luke Banker, Carston Carey, Ashley Childers, Yamilha Encarnacion, Layla Gordon, Robert Gould, Michael Guiton, Aaliyah Hayden, Brooks Hubbard, Sarah Lipe, Justin Morris, Kaley Sechler and Emmalyn Sides.

Fifth grade: Shyenne Aldridge, Eil Brown, Elijah Brown, Nichole Cloke, Xavier DeBord, Joseph Elgamil, Daniel Epley, Aryann Facemyer, Camre Fidler, Brooke Gainey, Lacie Gilbert, Zuriel Gomez-Murillo, Dallas Gordon, Martha Jester, Cayden Johnson, Joseph Lee, Katie Vang, Madalyn Walser, Benjamin Ward and Bradley Whitley.

 North Hills Christian School
The 2015 North Hills Christian School Homecoming Queen is Camyron Pressley and King is William Johnson.
Salisbury Academy
Thirteen students from Salisbury Academy’s fourth through sixth grades are being recognized in the 2015-2016 Duke University Talent Search (Duke TIP). Since 1980, Duke TIP has recognized, challenged, and engaged over 2.5 million youth who scored at or above the 95th percentile on a grade-level standardized test.
Fourth grade: Moira Avery, James Bristol, Sheenya Daugherty, Ethan Ott, Emberleigh Pauley-Brownand  Sonya Rhoades.
Fifth grade: Ardyn Eggar, Bryce Mason and Bailey Zino.
Sixth grade: Alex Barr, Jordan Cline, Wade Robins and Margaret Thurman.Salisbury Academy has 12 additional current fourth- through sixth-grade students who qualified for the program in previous years. Through qualifying for Duke TIP and participating in advanced testing, academically gifted students can be identified, challenged, and given the best possible resources for their academic growth.

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