The following students from Rowan-Salisbury Schools have been selected to attend the Governor’s School of North Carolina:
James P. Barringer, social science; Leyna M. Pence, English; Margaret D. Smith, English; Madeline L. Wilhelm, natural science; and Patrick A. Moore, theater.
The following students have been named extraordinary Shive Stingers for the month of April:
Kayden Abernethy, Terrie Phillips, Gregory Erdman, Baylee Moore, Andrew Ellsworth, Addi Callahan-Fletcher, Nathan Kruk, Jacob Mitchelson, Patrick Sanchez, Serenity Haney, Chance Freiman, Briley Sifford, Oliver Swink, Emma Bornt, Jada Greene, Donovan Christlieb, Emily Johnson, Jayden Ireland, Jeremiah Fleming, ELijah Morgan, Jessie Torrence Lauren Campbell, Mason Deaton, Brenna Miller, David Craft, Kaiden Clodfelter, Colton Adkins, Savannah Wise, Linkin Cain, Leanna Rojas, Jesse Edge, Ava Martin, Stewart Callahan-Fletcher, Tera Simpson, Cara Voyles, Christian Hardy, Holly Stowe, Anna Tarplee, Alivia Styles, Katelinn Reynolds, Kady Griffin, Mallory Bentley, Caleb Sneed and Hunter Trexler
Randolph Community College
Randolph Community College announces the President’s List, Dean’s List, and Academic Merit List for the 2016 spring semester. Curriculum students enrolled in 12 credit hours for the semester excluding college preparatory hours and proficiency hours who receive no incompletes and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 are eligible to be recognized on the following lists: President’s List – GPA of 4.00 and Dean’s List – GPA of 3.50-3.99
Curriculum students enrolled in at least six but less than 12 credit hours for the semester excluding college preparatory hours and proficiency hours who receive no incompletes and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 and earn a grade point average of 3.50 – 4.00 are eligible to be recognized on the Academic Merit List. Congratulations to these students.
Dean’s List – Spring Semester 2016
Kannapolis: Kristi Craven
Mocksville: Sarah McLaughlin
Academic Merit List – Spring Semester 2016
Rockwell: Sarah Mitchell
RCCC students win awards
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Phi Beta Lambda students returned from their state conference in Charlotte with numerous awards.
Phi Beta Lambda, and its sister organizations under the Future Business Leaders of America umbrella, include a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields.
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College award winners included:
- Katelyn Collier — first place in Financial Analysis and Decision Making, second place in Business Communication
- Moises Garcia Zapetoco – first place in Financial Analysis and Decision Making, second place in Public Speaking
- Jami Safari – first place in Financial Analysis and Decision Making
- Hanna Brotherton – first place in Desktop Publishing, Client Service award
- Ryan Helm – first place in Desktop Publishing, fourth place in Marketing Concepts
- Caroline Shue – sixth place in Help Desk, eighth place in Job Interview
Current Rowan-Cabarrus PBL chapter president Katelyn Collier won the Distinguished Honor of Who’s Who in North Carolina Phi Beta Lambda. This award is given for outstanding leadership and service to Phi Beta Lambda. Katelyn was nominated among many other candidates and was honored to receive this distinction.
This was the ninth consecutive year that Rowan-Cabarrus students received high honors at the North Carolina PBL State Leadership Conference. First, second and some of the third place winners automatically qualify to compete in the 2016 PBL National Conference in Atlanta this June.
University of North Carolina at Asheville
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