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Education shoutouts

Hurley Elementary

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

Third grade: Jeremy Barnett, Faith Barton, Kanaiyah Crump, Richard Fontes, Yandel Hernandez Arteaga, Landon Hurst Garcia, Makagbeh Jabateh, Mohammed Jabateh, Jacob Kirk, Cameron Kluttz, Gabriella Martin, Gary Martinez Arzate, Miley Reyes Guerrero and Cameron Dean Young.

Fourth grade: Maida Babic, Cadeyn Bender, Alicia Carbajal Lopez, Daniel Garrido Juarez, Shakeyla Hancock, Vamala Jabateh, James Jones, Margaret Leach, Megan Lentz, Mitchell Merck, Mya Oliva, Daniel Mendoza, Miles Parks, Ariana Ramirez Cortes, Ahmad Savage, Emma Starkweather, Brennon Stevenson, Miranda Valencia, Bryant Wicks and Zamya Witherspoon.

Fifth grade: Mya Agnant, Edgar Aguirre Ruiz, Lily Carrillo Cuevas, Emily Crouse and Cole Price.

Millbridge Elementary

The following students were named to the All A honor roll for the first quarter:

Third grade: Century Hunsucker, Lucas Cox, Jonathan Lyerly, Isabella Ochoa, Mikayla Hyde, Lukas Smith, Abi Walker, Caleb Collins, Trinity Maxwell, Colin Masingo, JD Moore, Braylin Young, Calyx Weaver, Holden Bancroft, Peyton Nail, Sam Noe, Ethan Overby, Garrison Raper and Keaton Sloop.

Fourth grade: Hayli Anderson, Delana Burton, Lindsey Mattern, Gabriel Young, Kenadie Moore, Ellie Mills, Lilly Nigrelli, Stella Smeltzer, Lucas Watts, Cameron Williamson, Jacob Rockwell and Anna Shell.

Fifth grade: Addison Beaver, Sophia Blackledge, Neely Hiatt, Wilmer Garcia, Sophie Lipe, Emma Shell, Mackenzie Todd, Hannah Shumaker, Arabelle Shulenburger.

The following students were named to the A/B honor roll for the first quarter:

Third grade: Ellie Ford, Caden Jordan, Nicholas Smith, McKinnly Alley, Frida Bernal, Brady Boyle, Aiden Davis, Maribel Hernandez-Valdez, Ivy Hunsucker, Nate Jones, Abigail Sotelo Salgado, Devon Wilson, Nick Woolf, Maddox Beaver, Grayson Eddinger, Cheyanne McElligot, Hayden McIntosh, Jahaira Melotepetl, Jacob Prevette, Landon Biddy, Elizabeth Burleson, Payton Garrett, Graci Grindstaff, Bailey Hall, Ava Lee, Jasmine Seastrand, Bryce White, Caitlyn Andrews, Savannah Baker, Claire Butler, Brinley Hiatt, London Jenkins, Grayson Kilgore, Zoe LaTurno, Samantha Markle, Kamden Phillips, Lydia Wilson and Kadyn Burton.

Fourth grade: Alyssa Barbee, Hallie Canup, Alana Grady, Landon Griffin, Mason Long, Tori Overcash, Ben Vance, Evan Cox, Jacob Adams, Hailee Bryant, Gavin Harrington, Reagan Helmbold, Reese Lauderdale, Owen Shell, Maddie Holden, Tevin Keobouphia, McKenna Massey, Carly Perkins, Ivy Vinson, Nolan White, Isabelle Adams, Lydia Carter, Lily Haggerty, Taylor Hallman, Danica Krieg, Abigail Miller, Gray Mullis, Nixon Oles, Aurelia Palacios, Alex Snyder, Sophie Steedley and Donovan Tucker.

Fifth grade: Hannah Atwell, Kaylan Deal, Conner Overcash, Marshal Faw, Bella Frieze, Luke Hopkins, Emma Woodlief, Abbie Carter, Isabella Caraccio, Conner Coy, Ellasen Nance, Dylan Smith, Railyn Wright, Tucker Sisk, Skyler Canup, James Ritchie, Jayden Mysayakhom, Brynn Heintz, Grace Bostian, Aubri Austin, Luke Bancroft and Elijah Russomanno.

The following students were named Good Citizens during the month of November:

Kindergarten: Rilynn Hartsell, Coby Hunsucker, Brooklyn Ford, Bentley Jarrett, Sawyer Wells, Claire Wells, Kevin Alvarez, Lesly Bautista, Abigail Kluttz and Wynn Hiatt.

First grade: Ella Baker, Dylan Vaughn, Mayrin Munoz, Joseph D’Happart, Luke Bame, Zoe Atwell, Emma Palmer, Noah Young, Addy Corriher and Ty Thompson.

Second grade: Maddox Houghton, McKinlee Long, Lily Brown, William Frizzell, Payton Still, Jordan Fisher, Hope Julian and Liam Rohletter.

Third grade: Nick Woolf, Frida Bernal, Isabella Ochoa, Nicholas Smith, Natali Delgado, Easton Coxey, Lillian Craig, Landon Biddy, Kamden Phillips and Jhamaiyah Wright.

Fourth grade: Alyssa Barbee, Rhyne Keller, Reagan Helmbold, Zackary Pittman, Nolan White, Carlos Landeverde, Danica Krieg and Jacob Rockwell.

Fifth grade: Kevin Cruz, Marshal Faw, Railyn Wright, Hunter Ingram, Aubri Austin, Lillian Head, Conner Overcash and Julia Keene.

Faith Elementary

The following students were named Good Citizens for the month of November: Ava Grenne, Noah Wiseman, Noah Yates, Tyler Raymer, Chloe Webber, Paul Thompson, Rowdy Herge, Trinity Parker, Jenna Thompson, Christian Schell, Alyssa Moser, Gabbi Wiseman, Ridge Barger, Austin Saxon, Luci Metcalf, Annelise Carr, Lucy Blakeley, Cameron Grubbs and Tyler Seay.

The following students were named Good Deed Doers for the month of November: Kamryn Tomlinson, Myrrah Stone, Anna Savage, Cannon Causey, Dales Gardner, Autumn Atwell, Abby Towell, Guage Ledbetter, Alyssa Deal, Jaelyn Dang, Mahayla Goodman, Oliver Shue, Emeri Riley, Kyeler Tomlinson, Joshua Yates, Nicholas Swindle, Brady McIntyre, Savannah Smith and Wyatt Benfield.

Sacred Heart Catholic School

Sacred Heart Catholic School was named the Leopold Society School of the Year by the Leopold Society and the LandTrust of Central North Carolina.

Henderson Independent High School

The following students made the All A honor roll for the first quarter: William Shane Goble, Daishawn Lammar Johnson, Tyquan Kadeem Smith and Isaiah Jaquez Rankin.

The following students made the A/B honor roll for the first quarter: Johnai Anthony Dupree Rippy, William Alexander Turner, Jamesche Daijona Walker, Nicholas Wayne Hall, Aryonna Michelle Smith, Donnisha Melissa Everhart, Kendall Nichole Hess, Tiffany Lynn Love, Jon Robert Richard, Shatia Vernise Fewell, John Alvin Jefferies and Shakia Nadine Hickson.

Heather Nicole Shupe, a 10th-grader at Henderson, earned all Bs for the first quarter.

The following middle school students saw improvement in attendance, behavior and coursework: Donovan Moore, De’Andrea McCorkle, Seth Payne, Jazmine Fink, Nicholas Hall, Amiri Hammonds, Eternity Williams, William Turner, Dylan Chitwood, Trent Myers and Sha’Michael Connors.

The following high school students saw improvement in attendance, behavior and coursework: Tiffany Love, Kassandra Canedo-Bello, Shatia Fewell, Eric Coates and Ramon Pruitt.

Cabarrus College of Health Sciences

Cabarrus College of Health Sciences recently held its annual scholarship dinner at Great Wolf Lodge Conference Center in Concord. The crowd, made up of college administrators, staff members, students, and members of the community, came together to honor scholarship donors and recipients. This year’s dinner was sponsored by Uwharrie Bank.

The keynote address was delivered by Michael Ruhlen, vice president of the division of medial education for Carolinas HealthCare System. The crowd also heard from student and scholarship recipient Jayme Hilton, who spoke about the importance of student scholarships and how receiving a scholarship has contributed in her success as an associate degree nursing student.

For information on how to make a donation to the scholarship fund at Cabarrus College, contact NorthEast Foundation at 704-403-1369. For more information on Cabarrus College of Health Sciences, visit www.cabarruscollege.edu.

Catawba administrator tapped to serve on Sonic Foundry board of directors

Nelson Murphy, Catawba College’s executive vice president for finance and operations, has been appointed to the board of directors of Sonic Foundry. His appointment was announced Nov. 17 by the Madison, Wisconsin-based company, which is a global leader for video creation and management solutions.

Murphy has been executive vice president of finance and operations for Catawba College since 2015. Previously he held senior corporate positions including vice president of finance, electronic systems sector at Northrop Grumman Corp., and senior finance roles for AT&T in the U.S., Europe and Latin America.

Murphy earned his bachelor of science degree in accounting from Wake Forest University. He and his wife, Carol, are residents of Salisbury and are parents of two adult sons, Connor and Charlie.

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