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Education shoutouts

Hanford-Dole Elementary

The following students were named December Good Citizens at Hanford-Dole Elementary:

Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten: Adara Stimson, Michelle Thomas, Astn Mills Anderson, Grayson Stiller and Zion Jackson.

First grade: David Coto Urbina, Isaiah Garcia, Jayden Daniels and Tristan Morris.

Second grade: Dexter Eaton, Zackery McLaughlin, Aurora Holt, Kamilla Gray and Ayden Byers.

Third grade: Miguel Ortiz, Anthony Napoles, Kalyn McLaughlin, Liliana Wilson and Matthew Kauffman.

Fourth grade: Haylie Faggart, Jefferson Banos, Caleb Zabicki, Tyshun Sellers, Samuel Moose and Jaylen Howard.

Fifth grade: Mariana Zapata, Shawnteria Duren, Tatiana Green and Janiyah Chawlk.

Catawba College

The following students were named to the Catawba College Dean’s List for the fall semester.

Kerry David Aitken, Alma Judith Alejandres, Trevor Kirby Atwood, Emily Judith Avalos, Kelly King Baker, Amery Ellein Barton, Veronica Jane Bendele, Teauana Lovette Blackwell, Philip Oliver Bontumasi, Jeffrey David Bostian, Megan Alyssa Braun, Adam Jeffrey Brinegar, Lee Amon Bronson, Hannah Leigh Brown, Jason James Brown, Joseph Tyler Bumgarner, Robert Joseph Cardelle, Christina Clark, Christina Nicole D’Amelio, Keri Ann Faulkner, Patrick Michael Fongemy, Caroline Morgan Forbis, Karla Haydee Fragoso, Bryan Carlos Fragoso Perez, Burke Keith Fulcher, Andrea Valeria Garrido Lecca, Elizabeth Jean George, Steven Allen Gross Salisbury, Stephanie Dawn Grubb, Matthew Paul Habina, Kira Ann Harwood,  Chelsea Elizabeth Hatfield, Matthew Douglas Hefner, Wesley Charles Hickling, Madison R. Holshouser, Jessica Ann Honeycutt, Luke A. Humble, Madison Kaye Hunter, Laura Elizabeth Isenhour, Amanda Johnson, Connor Scott Johnson, Rebekah Dianne Jones, William Lawrence Jones, Trilby Parker Kirk, Jason Lee Kluttz, Kaley Dane Knight, Veronica Lee Leasure, Henderson Cole Lentz, William Reid Lippard, Luke Carson Lundy, Taylor Alexis Martin, Madison McCombs, Brittany Marie McGee, Hayley Elizabeth Morgan, Keirsten Blair Morgan, Angela Nicole Mortenson, Makenna Reagan Pate, Luca Picci, Samuel McCollough Reeder, Erandi Rodriguez Mendoza, Ashton Rogers, Ricardo Sanchez, Hunter E. Shepherd, Margaret Dawn Smith, Melissa Greene Smith, Sydney Grace Smith, Martin Kaleb Solano Munoz, Daniel Martin Stubbs, Amber Lee White, Duke Laster Wicker, Pearce J. Wilhelm, Lauren Tate Wilsey, Olivia Louise Wilsey, Elisha B. Wilson and Shannon L. Wright.

Carson-Newman University

Tori Gaul, of Gold Hill, was named to the Carson-Newman University Dean’s List for the fall semester. Students earning a grade point average of 3.5 or higher while taking 12 or more credit hours are awarded the distinction of Dean’s List honors.

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