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Education shoutouts

Mount Ulla Elementary 

The following students made the All A honor roll:

Fifth grade: Brinley Batts, Ethan Cardwell, Brice Knox, Drew Burton, Aedan Propst and Zack Correll.

Fourth grade: Olivia Beecham, Callee Edwards, Brooke Gonsalves, Eli Graham, Melanie Greer, Taylor Keller, Jaydon Sanchez, Fred Taylor, Isaiah Wood, Da’Nazia Briskey, Ella Doby and Ashely Elorza-Duque.

Third grade: Lucy Shelton, Sam Faulkner, Lillyann Ellenburg, Mason Gabosch, Jordan Gardner, Luke Henson and Isaac McLaughlin.

The following students made the AB honor roll:

Fifth grade: Lynley Chandler, Ava Coleman, Carson Doby, Johanna Jaquez, Ben Parker, Corbin Bailey, Benjamin Moore, Faun Stamison, Tyler Beam, Nathalie Guerrero, Sam Heglar, Miguel Hernandez, Maria Ortega, Michelle Perez, Giovani Romero, Jisel Suarez, Brody Tucker, Kasey Turner, Sarah Waller and Randi Leigh Salter.

Fourth grade: Conner Heath, Jayden Kerr, Amaya Rankin, Damien Sherrill, Bryson Bentley, George Blinson, Reese Brown, Kennedy Clawson, Alejandro Gonzalez, Elijah Gulledge, Grant Heath, Heaven Lawson, Tyler Looney, Austin Page, Valerie Rangel and Madelyn Thompson.

Third grade: Wesley Allen, Will Beecham, Baylee Burdette, Jade Graham, Colton Hood, Ryan Laws, Chris Sanchez, Alexis Smith, Jordyn Williams, Joquetta Allison, Kylie Bailey, Korben Fink, Macie Lowder, Caleb Martin, Cole Blevins, Clary Graham, Temprance Hix, Carson McDaniel and Caleigh Morgan.

Faith Elementary

Good Citizens: Gabriel Jimenez, Cooper Cline, Paul Thompson, Trinity Parker, Jamil Isbanioly, Tobi Brink, Jake Young, Cayleigh Naylor, Grayson Byrd, Darren Mickey, Jayden Mabry, Marietta Flores, Jayla Upright, Ethan Morgan, Hailey Joyner, Samantha Booth and Cora Attwell.

Good Deed Doers: Roger Flores, Averie Dietz, Logan Winters, Evin Nguyen, Steven Fulton, Olivia Nguon, Jaime Guerrero, Mahayla Goodman, Olivia Chandler, Selena Luna, Christyonna Lewis, Jesse Ciancimino, Tyler Seay, Adian Wyrick, Matt Saxon, Evie White and Harrison Chandler.

North Rowan Elementary

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

Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten: Amethyst Phillips, Aidan Canada, Ja’Lajiah Owens, Zayden Gillespie, Shawn Garcia, Justin Eagle, Ember Barron, Niya Herh, Logan Cantu, Jordan Grant, Stephen Burrison, Neveah Davis, Coryion Sims, Trevon Davis and Trinity Malone.

First grade: Pajai Herh, Marisol Castillion, Kamani Hasan, Nyazirah Eason, Zeplin Overcash, Julianna Raby, Jontae Walker, Mikaela Black, Tennyson Kirk, Morgan Baker, Elena Cruz Vega, Mya Perez, Joseph Clodfelter and Nathan Locklear.

Second grade: Braydon Sechler, Dilan Villagomez, Lucy Jones, Evan Paustian, Jairus Hoskins, Oscar Lara Martinez, Annette Alexander, Zaniyah Phillips, Eric Vega, Fernando Mancia, Kahmiel Carrillo, Brooke Connor and Austin Beck.

Third grade: Zion Gillespie, Sharlyn Zavaleta, Adrionna King, Olivia Neely, James Corum, Lexi Castellon, Derrick Lawerence, Jeremiah Martin, Brilynn Pearman, Brooklyn Holshouser, Nick Fraizer, Tayla Thomas, Nora Barringer and Natalie Nunez Romero.

Fourth grade: Zequoia Fudge, Kamari Woods, Miesha Litaker, Antonio Astudillo, Jaylen Neely, Jade Sankey, Zymeri Carpenter, Justin Pence, Akira Jackson, Bruce McDaniel, Anna Tsambouneris, Olivia Smith, Treyveon Geter and Azarea Miller.

Fifth grade: Abbie Miller, Saye Edwards, Makeiha Robinson, Natalie Olsen, Dwayne Carter, Denell Ingram, Nevaya Sion, Anaya Gaiter, Mackenzie Jackson, Sanai Simms, Ella Jones, Lee Herh and Alanna Rivers.

Hurley Elementary 

The following student’s have All A honor roll for the second quarter from Hurley Elementary School:

Third grade: Cayden Bender, Daniel Garrido Juarez, James Jones, Kevin Landaverde Aldana, Megan Lentz, Mitchell Merck, Miles Parks, Katherine Ramos Zaragoza, Daniela Salazar Sola, Ahmad Savage and Brennon Stevenson.

Fourth grade: Mya Agnant, Edgar Aguirre Ruiz, Lily Carrillo Cuevas and Cole Price.

Fifth grade: Lanna Blackwell, Aiden Mowery, Inara Shelton, Landon Spicer, Hannah Waddell, Jaden Warren and Alma Wilson Aviles.

Clemson University

The following local students were named to the Clemson University Dean’s List: Tyler C. Hendley, of Kannapolis; Ashlee Lane Wagoner, of Rockwell; Audra S. Benson, of Salisbury and Benton T. Kribbs, of Salisbury.

To be named to the Dean’s List, a student achieved a grade-point average between 3.50 and 3.99 on a 4.0 scale.

Rachel Patricia Jones, of Salisbury, was named to the Clemson University President’s List.

To be named to the President’s List a student must achieve a 4.0 grade point average.

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