• 55°

Education ShoutOuts

Isenberg Good Citizens

The following students were recently selected as May Great Gators:

Pre-K: Timothy Woolard.
Kindergarten: Danny Batoncourth Aguilera, Treniece Billings, Terrell Chandler, Da’Miyah Jefferies, Anh Le, Osvaldo Pleitez, Madison Shock and Victor Williams.
First grade: Heaven Bostic, Nancy Landaverde Fajardo, Layla Lewis, William Oliva, Rhylee Perry, Andrew Pressley, London Smith and Ja’niyia Williams.
Second grade: Diego Beltran, Na’Bre Bost, Trinidad Mafuta,  Philip McClung, Kevin Perez Aguilar and Aya Yang.
Third grade: Tony Allison, Rachel Cortes Perez, Elwynn Flack, Giovanni Lopez, Johnny Nguyen and Axel Zavala Guzman.
Fourth grade: Jennifer Berrios Meza, Kailena Fruchtman, Ethan Le, Nhi Le, Lesly Reyes Bustamante and Talik Robinson.
Fifth grade: Corey Griffin, Lizza Marcia Izaguirre, Aaliyah Phifer, Hannah Schmeltzer, Annaliese Vang and Juevera White.
Hanford-Dole
Hanford-Dole Elementary has recognized 22 students who had perfect attendance all year.
Kindergarten: Jaden Bracken and Zackery McLaughlin.
First grade: Jamiah Howie and Ra’Jon Howell.
Second grade: Zachary Cavin,  Gavin Murillo, Hunter Treece and Kaleb Whiteous
Third grade: Aamaiya Ijames, Dillon Logan and Jayden Polk
Fourth grade: Jacob Campbell Hall, Ahmad Cruse, Bailee Goodlett, Bloom Goodlett and Julio Tovar Garcia.
Fifth grade: Amanda Chang, Dyanara Corrales-Ochoa, Ammiya Corry, Jordan Feaster, Jalen Smith and Emmaline Stepp.
Faith Elementary All A honor roll
Third grade: Miley Benfield, Thurman Floyd, Trista Harward, Gavin Hopkins, Alayna Isbanioly, Devin McChesney, Sawyer Riley and Wendy Thompson.
Fourth grade: Cora Atwell, Harrison Chandler, Peyton Connolly, Riley Ferguson, Haley Foster, Shelby McDaniel, Delaney Nance, Samantha Booth, Josue Delgado, Joshua Gardner, Maddy Osborne and Kyler Wilhelm.
Fifth grade: Gavin Byrd, Devin Coburn, Caroline Cozart, Connor Halpin, Gannon Kepley, Caleb Schell, Lillie Yousey, Hannah Utley and Hunter Wall.
 

Overton Elementary honor roll 

All A honor roll

First grade: Josephina Huynh.

Second grade: Yasmin Lopez, Ilena Etheridge, Shakeya Jones, Honesty Houston, Joshua Mendia, Jaylen Hopkins, Ren Blankenship, Janahvia Harrell, Kate Preslar, Sofia Martinez, Adrionna King, Trinity King and Kimora Stoner.

Third grade: Micah Bailey, Tyler Conforti, Warren Fesperman, Addie Myers, Makara Trick, Joshua Allen, Joshua Burns and Ayana Miller.

Fourth grade: Grace Eppehimer and Camryn Martinez.

Fifth grade: Raja Blankenship, Quentin Hippert, Ava McCall, Gracie Sipe, Ethan Lutz, Blake Barrier and Connor Conforti.

A/B honor roll

First grade: Benji Anderson, Nicholas Eppeheimer, Kyrie Hairston, Apple May, Lilly Mendia, Yexiel Orta, Aniya Peck, Haley McCullough, Grant Hill, Lia Anariba Rivera, Christie Chea, Nalayah Worth, Mya Pastor, Anthony Decuir, Elisha Shelton, Joslynn Vogel, Keith Jackson and Ryan Neves.

Second grade: Brooklynne Witherspoon, Clear Wesley, Khlaysia McCullough, Seven Hazel Boone, Micayla Surita, Julia Shelton, Aiden Palmore, Shamia Pipkin, Chanse Bost, Jasmine Cartner, Trevon Brown, Riley Knight and Alexander Rutherford.

Third grade: Prince Davis, Nehemiah Mason, Clementine May, Clarissa Reynolds, Jerricho Charleston, Dorian Brown, Maggie Cross, Kaleb Gilmore, Ebbie Lescoe, Kyarra McClellan, Michael Dunn, Josiah Jaslin, Kyle O’Neill, Anthony Thornton and Tierney Wilkins.

Fourth grade: Grace Bemus, Mary Bowler, Tryee Brown, Gabrielle Pittman, Salifu Seisay, Salei Seisay, Anythony Young, Ezekiel Kotee and Josie Goodnight.

Fifth grade: Alfreda Chea, Danaesha Jackson, Ahmiel Torrence, Kaalyn Wynn, Wyatt Allison, Reed Brixey, Gabrielle Miller, Aidan Pastor, Nashira Pipkin, Jerome Blakeney, Alyssa Stone, Chris Kafitz, Joey Rice and Azriel Simpson.

North Rowan Elementary School

The following students were selected as good citizens at North Rowan Elementary for the months of May and June based on the character trait perseverance:

Pre-K and kindergarten: Coreyion Sims and Marionna Morrow.

First grade: Ximena Martinex Pacheo, Ni’Ima Nelson,Moses Vang, Thomas Bruton, Kamai Hasan and Zionah Ross.

Second grade: Will Beecham, Jaslene Love and Gabriel Welch.

Third grade: Akira Jackson, Shakira Chaffin, Angel Flores, Jesse Wiand and Tiembre Morrison.

Fourth grade: Cody Anderson, Madison Brown, Elijah Gray-Batts, George Maxwell, Brttany Ellis, Michael Geter and Sincere Betton.

Fifth grade: Charles Brucker, Steven Perdomo and Neveah Wood.

Mount Ulla Elementary School
A honor roll

Third grade: Daphne Anorve, Bryson Bentley, Kennedy Clawson and Alexis Setzer.

Fourth grade: Brinley Batts, Johanna Jaquez, Ethan Cardwell, Lynley Chandler, Carson Doby, Benjamin Moore and Aedan Propst.

Fifth grade: Brooke Kennerly, Autumn Heglar, Lilly Henriksen, Sydney Honeycutt, Parker Jenkins, Ignacio Perez and Blake Pope.

A/B honor roll

Third grade: Grayson Barton, Brooke Gonsalves, Heaven Lawson, Malachi Lindon, Valeria Rangel, Jaydon Sanchez, Addison Stewart, Fred Taylor, Madelyn Thompson, Tyler Williams, Reese Brown, Ella Doby, Callee Edwards, Ashley Elorza, Eli Graham, McKayla Hege, Taylor Keller and Tyler Looney.

Fourth grade: Ben Parker, Charlee Williamson, Kaitlyn Sorrells, Samuel Heglar, Mason Smith, Tyler Beam, Carmen Freeze, Sophia Raffaldt, Randi Salter, Faun Stamison, Jisel Suarez and Kasey Turner.

Fifth grade: Juan Quezada, Sara Bowles, Jaritzi Elorza, Kimberly Flores, Franco Reyes-Ortega, Emma Wicker, Kassie Fink, Zachary Foster, Lesli Guerrero, Anna Harrison, Blake Moore, Evanston Myers, Cooper Pickens, Jacquelyn Rivera, Jenna Roseman, Aaron Russell, Breyanna Graham, Lucas Graham, Molly Graham, Seleia Kerr, Aiden McCorkle, Hannah Munn, Chris Pina, Rilie Sigmon and Parker Thomas.

Oklahoma State University

Stephen Doby, of Mocksville, was named to the Oklahoma State University Dean’s honor roll. Students with a grade point average of 3.50 or higher with no grade below a C were placed on the Dean’s honor roll.

Western Carolina University
Salisbury: Hannah B. Agner, Samantha Baker, Jason Basso, Talitha C. Bowers, Matthew Choi, Alexander Day, Alaina Demeree, George Demeree, Andrew B. Goodman, Austin Hayes, Merrea E. Hudson, Asia Kemp, Kylie Kluttz, Haley Lyerly, Jacob R. O’Neal, Preston Perry, Robert Perry, Madison Rusher, Kristen B. Wilhelm and Caroline A. Wood.
Rockwell: Ashley Bostian, Kaitlin Crouch, Jade R. Estes, Casey N. Gullett and Kalia Lor.
China Grove: Jesse Chen, Heather M. Ervin, Alexander W. Gilmore, Shane T. Pruitt and Jacob A. Stubbs.
Landis: Sara M. Cook.
Gold Hill: Lara Drew.
East Spencer: Danielle L. Hosch.
Kannapolis: Skyler B. Kicinski and Lillie A. Zentmeyer.
Cleveland: Adam M. Ratledge.
The Citadel

The following members of the Citadel South Carolina Corps of Cadets earned top honors in the spring 2016 semester:

Thor Wright of Rockwell and Logan Miller of Kannapolis.

Dean’s List recognition is given to cadets registered for 12 or more semester hours and whose grade point average is 3.2 or higher with no grade below a C for the previous semester’s work

Davidson County Community College

Area students named to the DCCC Dean’s List are as follows:

China Grove: Brandy Ashley.

Cooleemee: Tiffany Rena Fleming and Jacob Luke Shook.

Mocksville: Anthony Wayne Anderson, Haley Danielle Ashburn, Melody F. Barrows, Tyler McKenzie Correll, Cindy Dennise Corriher, Jordan W. Davidson, Jay Eran Davis, Kassandra Danielle Fuentes, Glamar Osclarys Galeas, Michael David Grubbs, Morgan Wesley Harris, Shodeah Rakim Kelly, Kayley Ivette Khan, Yahssain Ahmed Khan, Katelyn Rose Koontz, Jessica Noelle Lancaster, Devin Develle McPherson, Francisco Manuel Moreno, Kamryn Brianne Osborne, Danielle Renee Privat, Megan Danielle Reynolds, Samantha Idai Rivera, Matthew Wayne Scarlett, Bobbi Jean Shrewsbury, Candice Roeann Smith, Michael Smith, Claudia Nicole Solis, Joseph Sprinkle, Paul Tyler Thomas and Corbin Mitchell West.

Salisbury: Marcus Mobley Bratton, Kimberly H. Chappell, Patrick Shawn Davis, Brittany Leann Hager, Samantha Madison Hall, Bennie Curtis Lefler, Alexandria Lana Scearce, Haley Faith Sickles, Sawyer Aaron Williams and Tiffany Evette Worthy.

 

Comments

Crime

Concord man charged with woman’s murder in drive-by shooting

Ask Us

Ask Us: Have city, county elected officials received COVID-19 vaccine?

Local

City gives away nearly 100 trees during ‘We Dig Salisbury’ event

Local

Political Notebook: Bitzer expects most ‘Trump-like’ candidate to be favorite in state’s Senate race

Crime

Blotter: Concord man arrested in Rowan for indecent liberties with children

Coronavirus

Half of US adults have received at least one COVID-19 shot

Nation/World

Police: FedEx shooter legally bought guns used in shooting

News

Hester Ford, oldest living American, dies at 115 … or 116?

Local

Size of pipeline spill again underestimated in North Carolina

BREAKING NEWS

Kannapolis Police searching for suspect who fled scene of homicide

Education

RSS superintendent talks district’s future, strategic plan survey

News

Complaints and fines pile up against unpermitted landfill in southwest Rowan County

College

Catawba baseball: Crowd comes out to say goodbye to Newman Park

Lifestyle

History is a great teacher: Farming has helped shape Rowan County

Business

‘A safe place for them’: Timeless Wigs and Marvelous Things celebrates fifth anniversary

China Grove

County will hear request for more tree houses, hobbit-style homes in China Grove

Coronavirus

Livingstone College partners with Health Department to administer 500 Pfizer vaccinations

Education

‘Elite and it shows’: Staff at Partners in Learning at Novant celebrate news of national accreditation

Business

Biz Roundup: Food Lion earns Energy Star award for 20th consecutive year

Columns

Ester Marsh: What body type are you?

Nation/World

The queen says goodbye to Philip, continues her reign alone

Nation/World

Worldwide COVID-19 death toll tops a staggering 3 million

Nation/World

US, China agree to cooperate on climate crisis with urgency

Nation/World

Sikh community calls for gun reforms after FedEx shooting