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Education shoutouts

Shive Elementary School

The following students have been recognized as October Good Citizens for the character trait “cooperation.” Each student receives a certificate, a “star student” dog tag and has his or her picture on the Good Citizens board for the month.

Kindergarten: Robert Grant, Katie Welch, Angel Garcia, Lylah Johnson, Ella Shank and Randell Walters.

First grade: Samantha Christlieb, Porter Thomas, Jett Hurst, Katelyn Jesse, Bladen Barnes, Ali Funderburk, Madi Grimes and Taylor Gay.

Second grade: Ayden Bancroft, Genesis Ramos Gonzalez, Jenny Pless, Addie Russell, Riley Kiser, Jaylen Lowery and Bryan Harvester.

Third grade: Lanie Hicks, Blake Shive, Colton Heard, Cesar Ramos, Waylen Martinez, Trenton Yates, Aidan Bare, Layna Linker and Timothy Clere.

Fourth grade: Lexus Ridenhour, Daniel Jessee, Urijah Mundy, Emily Johnson, Kate Pless, Griffin Yarbrough and Adiana Acosta.

Fifth grade: Cameron Reilly, Bayley Kruger, LaShaun Alexander, Brianna Jenkins, Kailey Fuller, Chloe Shank and Aaron Shanchez-Vazquez.

Millbridge Elementary School

The following students were named Good Citizens for the month of September at Millbridge Elementary School:

Kindergarten: Easton White, Molly Hale, Halle Fox, Carson McCulley, Peyton Branham, Jaxon Maykrantz, Aubrey Gray, Keenston Spratt, Caroline Dayvault and Zane Hinson

First grade: Averi McMullen, Brentley Strickland, Wyatt Coleman, Emory Stewart, Kenzie Hallman, Anthony Manley, Ava Pritchard, Carson Boyle, Logan Meadows and Chloe Coxey

Second grade: Riley Grubbs, Ethan Freeman, Adriana Russell, Will Hinson, Kaitty Benitez, Scott Onesios, Jeremy Haney and Stella Lipe

Third grade: Brylan Sloop, Ivy Hunsucker, Century Hunsucker, Hunter Walter, Trinity Maxwell, Juan Garcia, James Moore, Alyssa Parham, Brinley Hiatt and Rylan Hardy

Fourth grade: Austin Nobles, Delana Burton, Jake Adams, Kenadie Moore, Ashton Lamb, Sebastian Conejo, Landon Nielsen and Avery Frampton

Fifth grade: Chase Fisher, Emma Woodlief, Carter Rohletter, Emily Ruiz, James Ritchie, Skyler Canup, Reyonna Tucker and Addison Beaver

 

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