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Education shoutouts

North Rowan Elementary School

The following students were Good Citizens for the month of March:

Kindergarten: Lea Ayala Castillo, Ariauna Camp, Bryan Covert-Hernandez, Jamari Dalton, Kennedy Stewart, Moises Josue Esquivel Corado, Dalton Ghent, Aniya Givens, Chasity Isbanioly, Kaiden Locklear, Ja’Nyla McCullough and Malahki Moro Leonard.

First grade:  Katelyn Cagle, De’Quavion Carpenter, Darby Contreras-Bautista, Carlos Duarte-Flores, Niya Herh, Sh’zion Horton, Noah Johnson-Williams, Trinity Malone, Hannah Schwendinger, Shawn Torres Garcia and Alex Walker.

Second grade:  Mahogany Allen, Saniyah Burch, Nyazirah Eason, A’Sharia Fowler, Pajai Herh, Camron Johnson, Te’Anna Krider, Lucia Pinel, Jillian Raby, Dakoda Searson, David Valois and Noah Vang.

Third grade: Fernando Alba Mancia, Jamil Castro Treminio, Autumn Conn, Brenden Ellis, Zedia Hannah, Nayziah Ingram, Abigail Krajnyak, Dulce Lopez Martinez, Jaleel Morrow, Evan Paustian, Mallory Rhyne, Julianne Trapp and Riley Trexler.

Fourth grade: Peyton Barner, Nora Barringer, Jordy Cruz Mendoza, Jayden Davis, Gavin Elliott, Michael Flynn, Natalie Nunez Romero Silas Sophia, and Zoriah Swindell.

Fifth grade: Chance Bryant, Dasia Elder, Addisyn Finsel, Akira N. Jackson, JaLayiah Jackson, Jackson Jones, Jaylen Neely, Jade Sankey, Aaliyah Smith, Caleb Truman and Bruce Vargas Quiroz.

Millbridge Elementary

The following students were named Good Citizens for the month of March:

Kindergarten: Alyse Carrillo, Olivia Coleman, Bryce Mattern, Latasha Tallmon, Greyson Wright, Skyla Davis, Braxton Beaver, Harlie Bryant, Adaline Moore and Chipper Rohletter.

First grade: Jeremiah Wright, Madison Paxton, Arizona Alley, Alex Ingram, Mason Johnston, Leona Guy, Karrigan Cromer, Kory Ingram, Lilianna Norcross and Gavin Miller.

Second grade: Logan Parham, Ethan Freeman, Carter Bellows, Kailei Watford, Sarah Hinson, Payton Still, Corbin Hopkins and Hayden Poteat.

Third grade: Jhack Pless, Abi Walker, Cole Wheeler, Natalie Mysayakhom, Caleb Collins, James Poteat, Bailey Hall, Payton Garrett, Lydia Wilson and Peyton Nail.

Fourth grade: Ben Vance, Lindsay Mattern, Destiny Layton, Jaylene Benitez Beltran, Carly Perkins, Stella Smeltzer, Nixon Oles and Lily Haggerty.

Fifth grade: Bryan Ramirez Lopez, Bella Caraccio, Ashton Frampton, Taylor Hammond, Israel Ford, Emmaleigh Massey, Bryson Frieze and Hannah Stamper.

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

The following local students were named to the Dean’s List at UNC Chapel Hill for the fall 2017 semester: Rebecca Agner, Eleanor Alcorn, Patience Alley, Calissa Andersen, Juliana Anderson, Alex Billingsley, Justin Boyd, Cassidy Brisson, Katelyn Buffett, Jackson Campbell, Joshuah Cates, Lindsey Cole, Hannah Crook, Jeryon Davis, Makayla Dillon, Evan Dunn, Maryclaire Farrington, Grayson Haff, Emily Hammer, Morgan Hartsell, Madeline Hoskins, Ann Johnson, Shodeah Kelly, Taylor Koontz, Jennifer Kribbs, Linh Le, Haley Leazer, Rebekkah Mcjunkin, Lyndsey Moore, Savannah Morgan, Victoria Orbison, Corbin Parrott, Jinesh Patel, Maxwell Patel, David Petty, Abraham Post, Lauren Roy, Eric Shyu, Grace Steinman, Jason Troutman, Matthew Washko, Thomas Webb, Timothy Wilmot and Jordan Wise.

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