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Education ShoutOuts

North Rowan Elementary

The following students were chosen as good citizens at North Rowan Elementary for the month of February based on the character trait courage:

Prek/Kindergarten: Indiana Byington and Ryleigh Parks
First grade: Ty’Mir Angle, Julianne Trapp, Kanden Cameron, Cedryn Bost, Hailey Russell, Hayden Nowokunski, Bryce Botts, Quran McIntosh, Zionah Ross, Ximena Martinez Pacheo and Jacory Patterson
Second grade: Dreama Mendoza, Jasiene Love, Will Stevenson, Jamie Brown, Jaicob Arbaiza and Brilynn Pearman
Third grade: Daniel Brucker, Alijawon Kerns, Sadie Payne, Abdulla Mohammed, Treyveon Geter, Abigail Roman, Reagan Wittich, Dayanna Rivera Parra, Tiembra Morrison, Ethan Russell and Dyzarious Carpenter
Fourth grade: Danielle Smith, Malachi Black, Cadence Shepherd, Noah Phipps, Destiny Mendoza, Alanna Rivers, Emily Santos, Shayra Dok, Breadon Castor, Kaliegh Allison, Drew Hodges, Brielle Pearman and Kayla Craven
Fifth grade: Isaiah Montgomery, Sha’Micheal Connor, Austin Dowell, Ryanna Ying, Ivory Vriesema, Alexis Luther, Willa Myers and Jeslyn Nunez Romero.

Cleveland Elementary

The following students were chosen as good citizens at Cleveland Elementary for February:

Lyric Watford, Evelyn Estrada Espinoza, Bryson Ellis, Chatayvia Davis, Caleb Chambers, Lamiyah Watford, Cali Smith, Wyatt Ramsue, Adrian Bryant, Aidyn Ramsue, Cole Ludwick, Kierah Keller, Daysha Dillard, Heidi Kennerly, Lexi Keener, Brody Breitwieser, Laney Moore, Jayden Mills, Kayli Spears, Sawyer Henderson, Zakyah Pressley, Laci Smith, Reagan Powell, Brisa Salazar, Ashley Estrada Espinoza, Mark Truman, Mackenzie Phillips, Austin Moore, Karrigan Foster, Jamila Smith and Emily Kelly.

Elon University

Cailin C. Jalynski and Mikayla  Shaw, of Kannapolis, were named to Elon University’s Dean’s list. The Dean’s List is composed of students with no grade below a B-minus and a grade point average of at least 3.50 in a minimum of 12 semester hours.

 

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