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Education Shoutouts

North Hills Christian School fourth quarter Honor Roll

A Honor Roll

First grade: Harrison Banish, Hailey Bello, Leah Bowers, Cade Brooks, Aiden Meacham, Chloe Salyers, Taylor Simon, Blaine Smith, Wren Sparks, Jimmy Szymanski and Caleb Teague.

Second grade: Corbin Cross, Jasmine David, Michael Eddinger, Joshua Hastings, Gracie Hauser, Colton Helms, Keegan Merrell, Dusty Morgan Jr., Dereon Rose-Morris and Emily Teague.

Third grade: Maxwell Foote, Ben Hogan, Brayden Latva, Alexis Martinez and Kanji Ram.

Fourth grade: Isabella Banish, Jonathan Bello, Megan Clifford, Audrey Corriher, Lynsi Hunt, Rachael Johnson, Carlee Latva, Landon Merrell, Josue’ Nunez, Jenna Plummer, Mason Rollins, Sam Wilson and Kasey Wippenbeck.

Fifth grade: Ashlyn Zunk.

Sixth grade: Henry Barringer, Sophia Hill, Morgan Humble, Aaron McGrail and Jacob Saunders.

Seventh grade: Ava Corriher, Elizabeth Jones, Caroline Nance, Matthew Thomas and Abigail Zunk.

Eighth grade: Madison Deal, Tyler Hunt, Devon Mitchell and Emily Peck.

Ninth grade: Colby Edmonds and Audrey McGrail.

Tenth grade: Dean Gilmore, Annabelle Nagy and Junhao Nie.

11th grade: Kira Harwood, Felicity Hatley, Avery McGrail, Ro-Ah Park and Jordan Plummer.

12th grade: Garrett Beck and Brittney Hogan.

A/B Honor Roll

First grade: Daniel Godbey, Owen Hammill, Julian Myers, Evan Paustian, Megan Powlas, Kierstin Preslar, Tailor Russell, Gelsey Suarez, Joshua Wilson and Colin Williams.

Second grade: Sara Barringer, Dylan Carter, Mia Eddinger, Dillin Galloway, Tanner Gibson, Kira Gladden, Jayden Hilton, Isabella Maynor, Alec McGrail, Reese Merrell, Angela Rodriguez and Lydia Vriesema.

Third grade: Layton Barber, Mason Barrier, Morgan Deaton, Daniel Doan, Samuel Hammill, Riley Lowder, Kemyon Oglesby, Triston Rabon, Grayson Smith and J.D. Tysinger.

Fourth grade: McKenna Anderson, EmmyLou Ellison, Bailey Fisher, Hunter Gibson, Gentry Horton, Bella Keck, Tyler Kepley, Andrew Mead, Lenny Medina, Isabel Melton, Noah Merrell, Morgan Rice and Jonathan Spillane.

Fifth grade: Jeremiah Crisco, Jordan Henderson, Olivia Herrin, AJ Huffman, Cyprus Jones, Marik Kolbasowski, Kaitlyn Luckadoo, Kemon O’Kelly, Kenrik Payne, Eli Sherrill and Kane Talbott.

Sixth grade: Brenden Arrowood, Abbey Deaton, Nicholas Foote, Bela Hall, Rachel Judd, Owen Painter-Krause, Hallie Parrish, Jada Rice, Kolyn Staton and Anna Teague.

Seventh grade: Cassidy Athey, Ariel Fontenot, Bethany Hogan, Elisabeth Houghton, Eli Huffman, Stephen Johnson, Journey Kellis, Richard Kolbasowski, Austin Latva, Melanie Long, Ashley Mays, Jonathan Mosher, Liam Ogg, Preston Rollins, Samantha Spillane, Morgan Trexler, Andrew Watson and Spencer West.

Eighth grade: Anthony Bello, Alyssa Elston, Abraham Montalvo, Felisaty Morgan, Kaitlin Staton, Owen Teague and Rook Wetzel.

Ninth grade: Derick Aguilera, Bailey Birkhead, Shelby Kennerly, Klara Ogg, Greyson Pressley and Madison Rollins.

Tenth grade: David Canipe, Jessica Cole, Catherine Johnson, Camantha-Rea Lyerly, Dakota Siegmund and Alexander Smith.

11th grade: Marissa Baker, Dajah Glenn and Kaitlyn Hunsucker.

12th grade: Sarah Lynn Carlton, Sieria Eagle, Olivia Houghton, Bradley Hunt and Frank Wu.

Second semester Honor Roll for middle and high school students

A Honor Roll

Sixth grade: Henry Barringer, Morgan Humble, Hallie Parrish and Jacob Saunders.

Seventh grade: Elizabeth Jones, Caroline Nance, Matthew Thomas and Abigail Zunk.

Eighth grade: Madison Deal, Tyler Hunt and Emily Peck.

Ninth grade: Colby Edmonds.

11th grade: Kira Harwood, Avery McGrail, Jordan Plummer and Ro-Ah Park.

12th grade: Garrett Beck and Brittney Hogan.

A/B Honor Roll

Sixth grade: Brenden Arrowood, Abbey Deaton, Nicholas Foote, Sophie Hill, Rachel Judd, Aaron McGrail, Owen Painter-Krause, Jada Rice, Kolyn Staton and Anna Teague.

Seventh grade: Cassidy Athey, Ava Corriher, Ariel Fontenot, Bethany Hogan, Elizabeth Houghton, Eli Huffman, Journey Kellis, Joseph Kolbasowski, Austin Latva, Ashley Mays, Jonathan Mosher, Liam Ogg, Preston Rollins, Samantha Spillane, Morgan Trexler, Andrew Watson and Spencer West.

Eighth grade: Anthony Bello, Alyssa Elston, Devon Mitchell, Abraham Montalvo, Felisaty Morgan, Kady Staton, Owen Teague and Rook Wetzel.

Ninth grade: Derick Aguilera, Bailey Birkhead, Shelby Kennerly, Audrey McGrail, Klara Ogg, Greyson Pressley and Madison Rollins.

Tenth grade: Jessica Cole, Dean Gilmore, Catherine Johnson, Camantha-Rea Lyerly, Junhao Nie and Alex Smith.

11th grade: Ethan Aguilera, Marissa Baker, Dajah Glenn, Felicity Hatley and Adam Reeder.

12th grade: Sarah Lynn Carlton, Sieria Eagle, Nicholas Huffman, Olivia Houghton, Bradley Hunt and Frank Wu.

DCCC announces Golden LEAF scholars

Six Davidson County Community College students from Davie and Stanly counties have received scholarships from the Golden LEAF Foundation. Four of the students are enrolled in the curriculum program and two are occupational education students. The students and their courses of study are as follows:

Curriculum Students: Krystle Beal, practical nurse education; Kayla Hutchens, practical nurse education; Stephanie Reece, practical nurse education and Tocarra Steele, practical nurse education

Occupational Education Students: Veronica Arroyo Encizo, nurse assistant I and Ana Sanchez, nurse assistant I

The Golden LEAF Foundation provides scholarships to students in qualifying counties, who demonstrate financial need, to help them attend college at participating North Carolina public or private institutions or community colleges. Since its inception, the Golden LEAF Foundation has awarded more than $32 million to help more than 13,700 students from rural North Carolina attend the state’s colleges and universities.

Local resident graduates from Virginia Military Institute

More than 300 cadets received bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees from Virginia Military Institute during its commencement ceremony May 16.

Graduating cadets included Daniel Z. Robinson of Kannapolis, who received a bachelor of arts degree in international studies.

Salisbury resident to compete in International Finals Youth Rodeo

Chloe Cox of Salisbury, North Carolina is competing in the 24th annual International Finals Youth Rodeo held July 10-15 at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center, in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Cox is participating in the world’s richest youth rodeo, hoping to win her share of more than $200,000 in prize money and championship saddles and buckles. Cox will join more than 800 of the top high school rodeo athletes from across the United States for the 2016 Youth Rodeo. Contestants will compete in 10 events running simultaneously in three arenas throughout the week. Events include barrel racing, pole bending, breakaway roping, goat tying, team roping, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, bull riding, saddle bronc riding and bareback riding. The IFYR consists of two long go-rounds and a short go. All contestants compete once in each of the long go-rounds. The top 15 averages in each event will compete Friday night in the championship round short go for fame and prizes. Cox is vying for prizes in breakaway roping and goat tying.

Retail Consumer Alliance Foundation awards scholarships

Forty-eight students attending college this fall will benefit from $2,500 scholarships provided by the retail industry.

The N.C. Retail Merchants Association, a nonprofit trade association, and its grocery division, the Carolinas Food Industry Council, are helping college students pursue their career dreams. The two organizations, through the Retail Consumer Alliance Foundation, gave away $120,000 in scholarships this year for the 2016 fall semester.

The awards were offered to high school and college students that work in the retail industry or whose parents work in the retail industry. For more information on the application requirements of the scholarship programs, go to: http://www.retailpaysforcollege.org.

Iona Wilson and Gregory Beam, of Salisbury, were both awarded the Everett and Trudy Suddreth Scholarship of Excellence, and were sponsored by Food Lion.





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