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Education shoutouts

Overton Elementary School

The following students made the All A honor roll for the fourth quarter:

• Second grade: Lilly Mendia, Aiden Reynolds, Lia Anariba Rivera, Nicholas Eppehimer, Fernanda Revelas-Garcia and Delilah Lammano.

• Third grade: Kate Preslar and Clear Wesley.

• Fifth grade: Grace Eppehimer.

The following students made the A-B honor roll for the fourth quarter:

• Second grade: Charles Martin,  Elissa Burns, Carissa Burns, Kayden Borja, Jayanna Barskile,  Makayla Cromwell, Aniya Peck and Haley McCullough.

• Third grade: Jamariez Blakeney, Ren Blankenship, Chanse Bost, Ben Lawson, Julia Shelton, Keynai Ambers, Jasmine Cartner, Joshua Mendia, Shamia Pipkin, Brittany-Sheri Price, Jonathan Ross, Vivian Salgado, Trazelle Ward, Brooklynne Witherspoon and Jeremiah Wallace.

• Fourth grade: Joshua Allen, Ana Blankenship, Willie Bruce, Joshua Burns, Tyler Conforti, Maggie Cross, Kaleb Gilmore, Pearl Gilmore, Davaiiah Griffin, Macari House, Jakaiya Hyde, Anny KuyKendall, Shamara Litaker, Aleiah Martin, Addisyn Meyers, Shemiah Price, Clarissa Reynolds, Makara Trick, Jackson Sparger, Diamond Verdell and Ella Wilson.

• Fifth grade: Gabrielle Pittman, Antonio Young , Mary Bowler, Tyree Brown, Olivia Kimball and Alexandria Wise.

Shive Elementary

The following students had perfect attendance:

• Kindergarten: Aubree Cress, Jett Hurst, William Tarplee, Charlotte Sammons, Ashton Kennedy, Kaylee Lingle, Mason Yost, Sage Gainey, Barry Back, Kylie Feliciano, Alli Talley, Bella Jones, Adilynn Dolby, Lily Putman, Frank Johnson, Blayden Barnes, Landon Hiatt, Taylor Gay, Gradin Stirewalt, Emma Troutman, Tyler Smith, Aubrey Basinger, Madison Wilkinson, Addie Patterson, Kayla Kepley and Lysia Carpenter.
• First grade: Dustin Hayes, Ayden Bancroft, Natalie Greene, Riley Kiser, Estrella Pineda, Russell Walters, Taylor Carter, Addie Rusmisell, Alex Smith, Isebella Maultsby, Jenny Pless, Abram Peterson, Zekery Culp and Genesis Ramos Gonzalez.
• Second grade: Edward Smith Jr, Isabella Kennerly, Hayli Taylor, Malachi Hodge, Blake SHive, Kenzie Gordon, Landon Patterson, Ava Basinger, Sofie Morgan, Levi Lambeth, Kami Taylor, Campbell Kyles, Mareli Vazquez Sanchez, Jacob Martin, Chloe Jones, Layna Linker, Ethan Fuller, Trenten Yates, Nathaniel Kruk, Aidan Wiles and Braxton Gatton.
• Third grade: Layla McGuire, Lexus Ridenhour, Alana Herring, Tre Marvin, Noah Johnson, Jayden Ireland, Jaden Hurst, Jalyn Johnson, Kate Pless, Griffin Yarbrough, Lauren Campbell, Daniel Jessee, Donnovan Wheeler, Maggie Cooper, Tucker Crowell, Reese Miller, Cheyenne Talley, Brady Cameron and Elijah Morgan.
• Fourth grade: Alexa Troutman, Joshua Cline, Elijah Johnson, Colton Adkins, Kailey Newcome, Vaden Franklin, Addison Moore, Garrett Williams, Mason Kilpatrick, Madison Driscoll, Aaron Vazquez, Leah Edwards, Mason Deaton, Memphis Bost, Spencer Jones, Caleb Fortune, Jacob Helms, Emery Basinger and Matthew Peterson.
• Fifth grade: Isaac Cawley, Thomas Vang, Ava Moore, Dulce Montoya, Able Johnson, Austin McGuire, Jesus Hernandez, Rebecca Newman, Jesse Edge, Shayden Edwards, Preston Troutman, Skylynn Hagler, Camrie Sifford, Hayley Wheeler, Celia Sifford, Gabriel Watkins, Carson Smith, Noah Greene, Axil Peterson, Cora Voyles, Christian Hardy, Sarahi Sanchez, Tristan Putman, Shane Swanner, Layla Ewing, Allison Morris, Kennedy Watts-Hofner, Zoey McGlohon and Aiden Basinger.
The following students had perfect attendance all year:

• Prekindergarten: Brooke Everidge.

Kindergarten: Lysia Carpenter and Bella Jones.

• First grade: Russell Walters.

• Second grade: Chloe Jones and Sofie Morgan.

• Third grade: Alana Herring, Aiden Morris and Aubrie Meadows.

• Fourth grade: Kailey Newcome.

• Fifth grade: Thomas Vang, Sarahi Sanchez Anguilar and Allison Morris.

Cleveland Elementary

The following students made the All A honor roll for the fourth quarter: Caleb Kimbrough, Alayna Moore, Mark Brown, Millie Ingersoll, Elijah McGinnis, Cash Ramsey, Hunter Bean, Blake Fero, Kaleigh Goodman, Scarlett Kennedy, Dylan Parrish, Laci Smith, Jonathan Blackwelder, Abby Evenden, Ava Gusler, William Givens, Katelyn Lee and Corbin Nations.

The following students made the A-B honor roll for the fourth quarter: Katie Cline, Gabe Harkey, Brock Jones, Grayson Lynch, Kyle Nanoz, Hannah Phelps, Alyssa Cook, Tyler Dickson, Alexa Earnhardt, Bailey Gerrity, Levi Graham, Mikayla Johnson, Wendy Landeverde, Dallas Lynch, Grayce Moore, Hayden Brooks, Maria Cortez, Regan Eggers, Eric Flouton, Alexis Keener, Heidi Kennerly, Trinity McKie, Tristan Agee, Clayton Bumgarner, Emma Haynes, Berkley Koontz, Gage Ludwick, Alexander Tavira, Brandon Tavira, Lyndsey Hall, Chania Henderson, Shea Maxwell, Jayden Mills, Diana Covarrubias, Jocelyn Cruz, Lawrence Hancock, Israel Sanitvanez, Lucas Treadaway, Gregorio Benitez-Osuna, Jay Cansler, Hunter Miller, Hayley Sola-Dubon, Mark Truman, Lily Smicker, Jace Parks, Blake Rogers and Graciela Romero Soto.

The following students had perfect attendance for the 2016- 17 year: Mikayla Johnson, Kierah Keller, Carmen McDaniel, Trinity McKie and Mackenzie Phillips.

The following students made the All A honor roll each quarter for 2016-17 year: Caleb Kimbrough, Alayna Moore, Mark Brown, Millie Ingersoll, Cash Ramsey, Blake Fero, Kaleigh Goodman, Scarlett Kennedy, Laci Smith, Jonathan Blackwelder, William Givens and Katelyn Lee.

The following students made the A-B honor roll each quarter for 2016-17 year: Katie Cline, Gabe Harkey, Hannah Phelps, Bailey Gerrity, Levi Graham, Mikayla Johnson, Wendy Landeverde, Dallas Lynch, Grayce Moore, Hayden Brooks, Maria Cortez, Regan Eggers, Eric Flouton, Heidi Kennerly, Trinity McKie, Berkley Koontz, Elijah McGinnis, Brandon Tavira, Lyndsey Hall, Shea Maxwell, Dylan Parrish, Abby Evenden, Diana Covarrubias, Lawrence Hancock, Israel Santivanez, Lily Smicker, Hunter Miller, Hayley Sola-Dubon and Ava Gusler.

UNC-Asheville

The following local students have been named to the UNC-Asheville Dean’s List: Allana Elizabeth Ansbro, Erica Michelle Archer, Jacob Lloyd Fink, Kelli Elaine Fisher, Jesse Rose Hinson, Sydney Elizabeth Cole, Jacob Allen Pond, Jonathan Edward Stockwell, Brianna Caraccio, Eli Christopher Helms and Brian Thomas Turbeville.
The Dean’s List is made up of full-time students who have achieved between 3.5 and 3.99 grade point average.
Caroline Marie Merrick of Salisbury was named to the UNC-Asheville Chancellor’s List.
The Chancellor’s List is made up of full-time students who have achieved a 4.0 grade point average.
Furman University
Emily Gale of Kannapolis, and Coleman Bergsma of Salisbury were named to the Furman University Dean’s List for the spring 2017 semester.
Furman’s Dean’s List is composed of full-time undergraduate students who earn a grade point average of 3.4 or higher on a four-point system.
Eastern New Mexico University
Steven Cole of Faith graduated with honors from Eastern New Mexico University on May 13.

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