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Education Shoutouts

Millbridge Elementary School

The following students were named Good Citizens for the month of September.

Kindergarten: Clarissa Moore, Tyler Vandine, Alexandra Takah, Noah Hall, Brantley Parham, Madison Stephens, Kamila Vega, Elijah Young, Ryker Alley and Annalyn Kluttz.

First grade: Trenton Williams, Keenston Spratt, Chipper Rohletter, Caroline Dayvault, Cooper Covington, Peyton Branham, Claire Wells, Ali Robbins, Nathan Simmons and Lily Harris.

Second grade: Lila Canup, Ava Hainor, Averi McMullen, Gavin Miller, Anthony Manley, Addy Corriher, Carson Boyle, Brantley Deal, Ty Thompson and Emma Palmer.

Third grade: Sarah Hinson, Maddox Houghton, Hayden Poteat, Syndal Massey, Shane Sykes, Payton Still, Kaitty Benetiz and Jordan Fisher.

Fourth grade: Landon Biddy, Kierstin Presslar, Payton Garrett, Juan Garcia, Zoe Laturno, Sam Noe, Grayson Eddinger and Chloe Morgan.

Fifth grade: Lindsey Mattern, Ben Vance, Tori Overcash, Rhyne Keller, Gabriel Young, Stella Smeltzer, Anna Shell and Reagan Helmbold.

Shive Elementary

Shive Elementary has recognized the following students as September Good Citizens for the character trait of Honesty. Each student received a certificate with a “Star Student” dog tag necklace and had his or her picture on the Good Citizen Board for the month.

Kindergarten: Kinsley Jackson, Easton Peeler, Maci Bowman, Maddox Johnson, William Croot and Marleigh Holderfield.

First grade: Parker Moore, Paige Miller, Jakoby Spratt, Monica Dew, Vida Mejia and Pavan Yates.

Second grade: Frank Johnson, Kaylee Lingle, Coen Holshouser, Evan Johnson, Jett Hurst and Ashley Vazquez.

Third grade: Kinsley Moore, Annabelle Poole, Alex Smith, Landon Austin, Kaydn Dickquist, Baylee Moore and Graylynn Hatley.

Fourth grade: Colin Quick, Marisol Sanchez Redonda, Ashlyn Moore, Drew Goodman, Brent Peeler, Emily Heald, Edward Smith and Trenten Yates.

Fifth grade: Caleb Myers, Forrest Weathers, Daniel Frick, Julie Cagle, Kadence Lambert, Eric Gillis, Alyssa Goldsmith and Brandy Cameron.

RCCC’s President’s List

The following students made the President’s List for the Spring 2018 semester.

China Grove: Alondra Amezquita Cardoso, Jennifer Carter, Michael Coffey, Melysa Dunlap, Donna Helms, Mariana Hernandez, Morgan Hudson, Jennifer Johnson, Aaron Kendall, Samuel Kilby, Matthew Lamb, Alan Moffitt, Alex Myers, Tangie Reynolds, Reuben Sanchez, Melissa Tortorello and Cinthia Villa.

Cleveland: Hannah Allison and Grayson Annas.

Cooleemee: Stephen Dennison and Aleksi Kinnunen.

Gold Hill: Joshua Kegeris, Trevor King and Nathan Pressley.

Granite Quarry: Kimberly Dougherty, Breanna Duke and Stephen Ward.

Kannapolis: Amanda Baldwin, Stephen Blankenship, Anna Bost, Sabrina Brawley, Bobby Cain, Kenia Cardenas, Caroline Chambers, Bethany Conaway, John Cramer, Katelin Curry, Jessica Dabbs, Amber-Kaye Earl, Angela Gantkowski, Nikia Griffin, Eric Hamilton, Sharon Hampton, Marc-Anthony Hill, Natasha Hunter, Thomas Irwin, Jada Jackson, Vasilios Labrakis, Dawson Larrimore, Griselda Lujan Ramirez, Mercy McCain, Jennifer Nash, Yessenia Nieto, Amanda Odom, Susana Parker, Robert Scales, Ethan Stark, Chia Thao, Dylon Thompson and Matthew Wilson.

Landis:William Boynton, Robert Frasier and Brandon Price.

Linwood: Thomas Biaso and Jessica Bull.

Mocksville: Lindsay Cartner.

Mount Ulla: Tyler Poteat.

Rockwell: Crystal Hildreth, Dylan Lefler, Brittany Linker, Therl Lyons, Latthaphun McDonald, Kalyn Pethel, Devin Safrit, Hannah Stegall, Wesley Womble, O’Shannus Wood and Jennifer Yost.

Salisbury: Gabriel Allen, Kenya Allison, Kaitlyn Allmond, Julian Almaraz, Storm Andrade, Katie Barbee, Toni Bare, Haleigh Barnhardt, Rebecca Beaver, Shelby Bennett, Hawke Blust, Christopher Bonanno, Joshua Brewer, Amy Brown, Shalyn Brown, Kierstyn Buchanan, Jessica Cardona, Ermin Celebic, Vanna Christian, James Claiborne, Autum Cline, Sara Coe, Lindsey Cox, Johnathan Cromwell, Seth Culp, Jenifer Diaz, James Donnell, Brittany Douglas, Dana Doutt, Kendra Drye, Hannah Duncan, Josalin Guerrero, Megan Guzman, Autumn Hatley, Destin’ae Hill, Robert Hill, Catherine Holland, Johnson Huynh, Mahaley Jarvis, Kristopher Jones, Dakota King, Robert Layburn, Brian Lentz, Rachel Morales Mendoza, Jessica Morgan, Julia Murphy, Autumn Murray, Selma Mustafic, Ahmed Mustafic, Chioma Osakwe, Fred Overcash, Fred Overcash, Kia Palmer, Bethany Pantoja, Bobbi Propst, Taylor Quinn, Yisel Rivas Pacheco, Krystal Rothermund, Jordan Salyer, Bianca Sanchez, Aileen Sanchez, Jayland Sanders, Christopher Shupe, Kalah Simpson, Nathan Snider, Melissa Souther, Allison Stirewalt, Patricia Summers, Sheryl Trudeau, Jessica Webb, Tim White, Jordan Wilhelm and Nathan Workman.

Spencer: Autumn Scott and Crystal Trantham.

Woodleaf: Shelby Graham and Alexis Honeycutt.

To qualify for the President’s List, a student must attend full-time, carry a minimum of 12 credit hours, and achieve a grade-point-average of 4.0 for the semester.

RCCC Dean’s List

The following students made the Dean’s List for the Spring 2018 semester:

China Grove: Zachary Tatarka, Jeremy Babela, Allyson Baxter, Lisa Bruni, Whitney Caplinger, Mark Huffman, Richard Johnson, Jarett Jordan, Micah Kelley, Megan Livengood, Christian McCora, Joseph Okelley, Zane Oliphant, Jessica Stewart and Zachary Tatarka.

Cleveland: Lyndsey Helm Earnhardt.

Faith: Gabriel Peeler.

Gold Hill: Schrade Daniel and Ashley Hill.

Kannapolis: Casey Abba, Charles Barnes, Brandi Blackmon, Rachel Center, Jacob Cibas, Nolan Collins, Kristen Compton, Megan Conard, Joanna Eldreth, Noah Eller, Cory Gainey, Elizabeth Galloway, Lexi Gordon, Matthew Griffin, Kaleb Hall, Stephen Harnois, Levi Harrington, Jazmin Harward, Joseph Hiester, Laura Holland, Logan Hudson, Maricela Lara-Segura, Kalia Lo, Chase Logan, Okleisha Moore, Heather Morgan, Stephen Netzley, David Owens, Noopur Parikh, Haleigh Patterson, Melina Pinales-Jacquez, Marjorie Reyes, Silvia Santacruz, Kayla Seabolt, Stacy Stein, Annah Stout, Jessica Taft, David Vasquez, Amanda Ward, Gracelyn Watson, Emily Wood; Landis: Ociel Benitez Castro, Alex Blackwelder and Rachel Honeycutt.

Lexington:Jared Geddes, Shawn Jones, Regina Justice, Marycus Murphy and Wendy Turner.

Linwood: Joy Elizabeth Brame, Andrew Lowman and Amber Rose Ribelin.

Mocksville: Chanel Sturdivant.

Mount Ulla: Jillian Clary, Jodi Nesbitt and Hailie Howard.

New London: Holly Wiseman.

Richfield:Ashlyn Page.

Rockwell: Blake Barrett, Sara Coello, Sara Coello, Zoey Fowler, Johnathan Furr, Katlyn Gobble, Coraima Ortiz-Juarez, Zackary Pillsbury, Scott Sabo and Aaliyah Smalls.

Salisbury: Jessica Absher, Alexandra Alderman, Kirsten Alderman, Irving Avilez Hernandez, Nathan Bame, Sierra Barger, Karen Brown, Christion Burns, Christopher Camacho, Kyah Chapman, Travis Cone, Madison Creswell, Carlie Darnell, Rudy De la Rosa, Isabella Diniz, Jessica Driver, Meagan Edmonds, Khara Fesperman, Tanner File, Hannah Frick, Leonel Garcia-Aldaco, Ramon Garcia-Guerrero, Star Griffin, Tiffany Hall, Taya Hanno, Dallas Hatley, Michael Hatley, Catherine Helm, Amber Henderson, Megan Herge, Amanda Honeycutt, I’Jaha Horne, Joseph Hurst, Kyle Incardona, Jessica Jacobsen, Jennifer Jaramillo Aguilar, Patricia Krokus, Jennifer Leatherman, Celeste Leblanc, Nallie Lee, Ryan Leonard, Chaney Lowe, Thomas Lowman, Aleyris Martinez, Kymberly McNeely, Justin McNeely, Marissa Meadors, Ashley Melton, Katlyn Menius, Aaron Mims, Jacob Mohammad, Dwyane Mutevelic, Graciela Nunez, Carlos Ordonez, Jashira Ortiz Santiago, Antoni Pacheco Mendoza, Erika Peerman, Haley Perry, Kimberly Phillips, Isel Quintero, Irma Quintero, Brittnie Rathke, Laurel Roberts, Kyle Roe, Susana Saucedo Mata, Lee Sharum, Marshall Smith, Kayla Smith, Karli Snider, Diana Soto-Pichardo, Sierra Steckler, Steven Swaney, Monica Teodorovici, Kia Thao, Samantha Thomas, McKenzie Upright, Dalton Walser, Corey Wheat, Zachary Yuhas and Mirian Zepeda Medina.

Spencer: Debra McLaughlin and Taylor Wilson.

Woodleaf: Elena Cornejo.

To qualify for the Rowan-Cabarrus Dean’s List, students must attend full-time, carry at least 12 credit hours, and earn a grade-point-average of at least 3.5 for the semester.

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