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Education shoutouts

Millbridge Elementary 
These students were named Good Citizens for the month of March:
• Kindergarten: Ana Juarez, Ayden Barbee, Bralynn McElligott, Emily Simon, Arizona Alley, Emily Parham, Caitlin Golden, Emma Palmer and Brantley Deal.
• First grade: Lillian Miller, Wyatt Walker, Sophie Sides, Jordan Fisher, Sarah Grace Hinson, Carter Bellows, Chloe Hill and Jasey Presley.
• Second grade: Elizabeth Burleson, Caden Jordan, Brenden Kirkpatrick, Samantha Markle, Savannah Baker, Sam Noe, James Poteat, Lukas Smith, Keaton Sloop and Sawyer Linn.
• Third grade: Madison Holden, Murphy Oliver, Corey Redfern, Courtney Joplin, Arturo Rivas, Jon Barrera, Kendra Kennedy, Owen Shell, Jacob Rockwell and Lucas Watts.
• Fourth grade: Lily Head, Hannah Atwell, Hunter Ingram, Marissa Stephens, Aubri Austin, Ruby Albarran, Addison Beaver and Sophie Lipe.
• Fifth grade: Daisy Sanchez, Joaquin Bernal, Jacob Oliver, Macy Miller, Kyndal Sigmon, Parker Mills, Morgan Rayfeild and Da’Nijah Powell.
Woodleaf Elementary
These students were named to the third quarter all-A honor roll:

• Third grade: Mia Basinger, Eden Hager, Rene Roque Barcenas and Autumn Yount.

• Fourth grade: Grace Atkinson, Grayce Barber, Nahriya Barber, Emma Crider, Maddie Davis, Kate Gregory, Madison Myers, Autumn Rabon and Ally Suggs.

• Fifth grade: Emma Clarke and Jenna Yount

These students were named to the third quarter A/B honor roll:

• Third grade: Kumori Abel, Mariah Anderson, Hector Cano Campusano, Coltan Currie, Melanie Garcia Sanchez, Chamoni Hairston, Wayne Hall, Lacey Houghton, Emily Johnson, Kate Kniaz, Jacob Knight, Logan Krause, Jazmine Marlowe, Maddox Moore, Cameron Nance, Anthony Prado Hernandez and Madison Thomas.

• Fourth grade: Brenda Alva Gonzalez, Maxwell Brown, Rihanna Carter, Cole Cauble, Stetson Collins, Joshua Foxx, Logan Freeman, Charlotte Heasley, Sabrina Huffman, Kendrick Hutchinson, Jenna Joubert, Ben Koontz, Daniela Lazcano-Marcelino, Aiden Locklear, Camden Moten, Katie Roberts, Tom Sanchez Vazquez, Gaige Scruggs and Nickari Warren.

• Fifth grade: Carlos Aranda Perez, Justin Bogle, Eli Fallen, Corbin Hales, Dylan Hill, Karlie King, Luke Lance, Mahaley Mays, Briley Morrison, Cora Parton, Allison Peck, Whitney Sparks and Jackson Walters.

Shive Elementary

These students were named to the All A honor roll for the third quarter at Shive Elementary.

• Second grade: Oliver Shank, Patrick Sanchez, Emma Efird, Landon Patterson, Steven Schnur, Ava Basinger, Morgan Efird, Campbell Kyles, Layna Linker, Judah Miller, Brody Thomas, Caleb Olis, Molly Steed and Emma Bornt.

• Third grade: Eric Gillis, Kadence Lambert, Kendal Sifford, Brady Cameron, Jada Greene, Jaden Hurst, Elijah Morgan, Aiden Morris, Kate Pless, Lauren Campbell, Tristen Mahaley, Aubrie Meadows and Sofia Fredericks.

• Fourth grade: Claudia Diggs, McKayla Hege, Emery Basinger, David Craft, Maddie Maultsby and Brenna Miller.

• Fifth grade: Lukas Troutman, Kayley Null, Camrie Sifford, Cora Voyles, Austin McGuire, Braden Shive and Celia Sifford.

These students achieved perfect attendance for the third quarter at Shive Elementary.

• Kindergarten: Lysia Carpenter, Kaylee Lingle, Kylie Feliciano, Bella Jones and Cavin McDougal.

• First grade: Dustin Hayes, Gentry Yarbrough, Khloe Fulwider, Graylynn Hatley and Russell Walters.

• Second grade: Gavin Witt, Isabella Kennerly, Blake Shive, Sofie Morgan, WIlliam Watts-Hofner, Drew Goodman, Pamela Bruce, Chloe, Jones, Brinley Williams, Ethan Fuller and Colin Quick.

• Third grade: Nathan Leazer, Alana Herring, Seth Fleming, Aiden Morris, Aubrie Meadows and Jessie Torrence.

• Fourth grade: Seeley Adams, Kailey Newcome, Aaron Vazquez-Sanchez, Caroline Poole, Tyler Moore, Conner Moore, Chloe Shank, Joseph Torrence and Alexa Brady.

• Fifth grade: Thomas Vang, Stewart Callahan-Fletcher, Gage Poole, McKenzie Heald, Lillie LaRoche, Skylnn Hagler, Hayley Wheeler, Sarahi Sanchez Aguilar and Allison Morris.

Koontz Elementary School

These students made the all-A honor roll:

• Third grade: Zy’keria Bailey.

• Fourth grade: Breana Austin, Arianna Frink and Pamela Pacheco Jimenez.

• Fifth grade: Ralph Jones, Jessica Lachino Compean, Simon Ly and Ryan Stopper.

These students made the A/B honor roll:

• Third grade: Delaney Allbright, Isaiah Blackwell, Jaedon Cain, Heavan Claus, Shiyara Clawson, Elena Cruz Osorio, Ruth Doe, Noor Elsaid, Retage Elsaid, Janiah Finger, Qylieek Ford, Te’Marijuan Hickey, Jihad Jackson, Kaliyah Laster, Baonhia Lor, Mariela Navarro Melendez, Daniela Nunez Lopez, Joseph Samolu, Braylon Taylor, Za’Nariyah Woodberry and Elizabeth Wriston.

• Fourth grade: La’Niya Bestman, Kennedi Jones, Gaoxung Lor, Beyonce Martinez Soto, Adrian McRae, Danna Nunez Sanchez, Jonathan Pacheco Ortega, London Rankin, Nathalia Sanchez Ascencion, Darryn Syhavong and Maria Valdes Amaro.

• Fifth grade: Josephine Bonneau, Zakoria Brown, Marcus Everson, Joe Flores Cordero, Makayla Goodman, Haley Hernandez Alvarado, Christian Javis, Shaniya Judon, Tattenai McNeely, Ashira Morris and Grateful Winecoff.

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