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Education shoutouts

Overton Elementary

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

First grade: Dylan Bellinger, Gabriela Rosero, Aniyah Staley and Makayla Tucker.

Second grade: Evan Moujahed, Bobby Cunningham, Xzavier Harvey, Mac Robinson, Eva Bolin, Alana Cartner, Anna Chamberlain, Newt Hopkins-Teeter, Will Rogers and Camille Turner.

Third grade: Olivia Austin, Josephina Huynh, Elisha Shelton, Nicholas Eppehimer, Grant Hill, Yexiel Orta, Jamon King and Anthony Decuir.

Fourth grade: Jonathan Ross, Joshua Mendia and Kate Preslar.

Fifth grade: Aleiah Martin, Josh Burns, Tyler Conforti, Jackson Sparger, Makara Trick and Darris Carter.

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

First grade: Jaiylah Feaster, Destini Johnson, and Ja’Zarrie Roebuck and I’Juana Miller.

Second grade: Logan Yates, Kennedy Streater, Claryssa Riley, Elly KuyKendall, Gavin Hall, Chy’na Wesley, Ella Marr, Lindsay Cruz-Avila, Mason Hall, Kennedy Drye, Tristan Glmore, Brandon Kafitz and Shiloh Ricks.

Third grade:Taylor Brown, Elissa Burns, Troy Davies, Richard Lamanna, Haley McCullough, Mya Pastor, Aniya Peck, Jordan Williams, Nick Clement, Precious Ramsey-Greene, Marlee Speir, Kamiah Stockdale, Shannon Firsching, Lilly Mendia, Aiden Reynolds, Lia Anariba Rivera, Jayanna Barskile, Nalayah Worth and Anberlyn Riley.

Fourth grade: Cole Lapoint, Sofia Martinez, Nevaeh McCullough, Aiden Palmore, Zahriyah Pharr, Connor Davidson, Shamia Pipkin, Khlaysia Sellers, Julia Shelton, Kimora Stoner ,Trazelle Ward Brittany-Sheri Price, Jasmine Cartner, Brooklynne Witherspoon, Ilena Etheredge and Samuel Guttirez.

Fifth grade: Davaiiah Griffin, Macari House, Sara Lescoe, Ella Wilson and Audrey Urbina.

Faith Elementary

The following students were named Good Citizens and Good Deed Doers for the month of October.

Good Citizens: Madison Sellers, Sarah Potvin, Camden Woods, Amaya Cerda, Allison Losey, Lola Metcalf, Anna Beck, Jackson Propst, Karis Miller, Emma Savage, Landon Robertson, TJ Harris and Alayna Isbanioly.

Good Deed Doers: Abby Carr, Sophie Josie, Cooper Cline, Stephen Pueschel, Jackman Dang, Emma Antemann-Kerr, Damian Ruhnow, Piper Thonen, Emily Cruz, Zachery Ames, Cheyanne Britt, Peyton Hipple, Karlee Miller and Lahnden Newton-Barnette.

Granite Quarry Elementary

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

Third grade: Emma James, Corbin Krider, Blaine Lentz, Ivy Oglesby, Robert Whitaker, Lelue Hill, Allen Mares, Tyllyah Luster, Sophia Redding, Albert Romero-Ramirez, Stephanie Honeycutt, Brady Ailshie, Jonathan Allen, Bella German, Alaya Hawkins, Alexis Kyle, Addison Lambert, Joshua Loftin and Grace Snowden.

Fourth grade: Madison Gooch By Misenheimer, Christopher Georgiev, Lacey Mastro, Kaley Pfister, Luna Alfaro Stumbo, Kimberly Troublefield and Anthony Varbanov.

Fifth grade: Harrison Ailshie, Brooklyn Buck, Lilly Dangerfield, Blake Earley, Kierstin Eagle, Damiien Frick Alex Hedenskog, Kendall Henderson, Coleman Humphrey’s, Allison Mares, Kaydence McDaniel, Seth Price, Bailey Riggs, Sawyer Weeks and Nathan Wetmore.

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

Third grade: Ian Branch , Daylan Coleman, Stephanie Collins, Albarran Delgado, Jacob Stanley, Maliyah Trudeau, Kaytlyn Duncan, Nicholas Jones, Nathaniell Kruk, Caroline Lyerly, William Mazingo, Luna Nunez Velazquez, Evelyn Phan, Yazmean Saunders, Jackson Vanhoy, Jonathan Bowlin, Adaleigh Cornwell, Braxton Earnhardt, Juvarius Martin, DeQuarius Miller, Kaeden Phillips, Addison Wall, Daniel Wiles, Elaina Bolick, Stella Hunter, Jaydan Meador, Jeff Ni and Alexander Paillio.

Fourth grade: Ava Alderman, Tyler Bacon, Isabel Branch, Alexia Brown, Joe Camacho ALbarran, Alexandra Corl, Kyra Eagle, Victor Georgiev, Ayden Guessford, Lillian Irwin, Ariel Keaton, Anderson Kesler, Landon Kesler, Lily Kluttz, Miquel Malda, Madison Miller, Fernando Perez Murillo, Harper Palmer Cadence Perkins, Makenzie Poole, A’marion Pruitt,  Fiona Rinehart, Dereon Rose Morris, Maya McNaught-Stegall, Ava Quick, Kaitlyn Tate, Jeremiah Wallace and Ashley Williams.

Fifth grade: Douglas Alley, Noah Brown, Trinity Gardner, Enjah Gibson, Aiden Gumiela,Mia Hawkins, Joshua Helms, Jordan Henderson, Sarah Hughes, Kynil Isenhour, Emma Lloyd, Iyanna Lynch, Madison Myers, Ca’Varues Swindell, Addison Threatte-Barger and Sierra Wetter.

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