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Education Shoutouts

Shive Elementary School

Shive Elementary has recognized the following students as October Good Citizens for the character trait of “cooperation.” 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: Avaleigh Pinion, Seth Shinn, Cole Daniel, Mia Swinson, Easton Moore and Lillian Pratt.

First grade: Cole Smith, McKenzie Newton, Ethan Evans, Aiyana Covington, Ella Shank and Colt Clanton.

Second grade: Landon Hiatt, Lainey Sifford, Emmalee Boehm, Kylie Feliciano, Samantha Chrislieb, Jack Churchill and Grayson Carter.

Third grade: Griggs Causby, Kenedy Moore, Ayden Bancroft, Abram Peterson, Brandon Hayes, Jenny Pless, Addie Rusmisell and Abel Brown.

Fourth grade: Emma Bornt, Campbell Kyles, Marissa Woodie, Braxton Gatton, Serenity Wilson-Barr, Aidan Wiles, Anthony Ochoa, Bella Grace Kennedy and Madelyn Lowman-Jackson.

Fifth grade: Sofia Fredericks, Jaelyn Earnhardt, Noah Butler, Lizzie Callahan-Fletcher, Jonathan Carillo, Cheyenne Talley, Kelsey Fulwider and Seth Fleming.

Hurley Elementary School

The following students have been named Students of the Month for September based on the character traits “friendship” and “politeness.”

Kindergarten: Stella Jennings.
First grade: Joshua Burleyson.
Second grade: McKenzie Wilkerson.
Third grade: Jereline Sumo.
Fourth grade: Gabriel Gobble.
Fifth grade: Daniela Salazar Sola.

Rockwell Elementary School

The following students have been named Good Citizens for the month of September for demonstrating the character trait “respect:” Titan Leatherman, Luke Earnhardt, Ella Blackwell, Emery Bare, Aria Broeckling, Sophia Casey, Avah Efird, Ty Snider, Autumn Gantt, Kaleb Steele, Haylei Barbee, Ashlyn Burleson, Bristol Smith, Cayden Moore, Andrew Lomax, Sawyer Kluttz, Caleb Goodman, Audrey Schneider, Logan Cottigham, Arden Miller, Joseph Puga, Hope Hamilton, Grace Vestal, Peyton Thompson and Jackson McCallum.

Sacred Heart Catholic School

The following students have been recognized as Distinguished Disciples for the month of September:

Kindergarten: Sophia Jaramillo and Nolan Brinkley.

First grade: Kamila Velazquez and Olivia Hammill.

Second grade: Ashley Esquivel and Dominic Salamone.

Third grade: Eliza Lipscomb and Michael Bristol.

Fourth grade: Raegen Glenn and Jaime Tavira.

Fifth grade: Danica Rosa and Kennedy Goodman.

Sixth grade: Tony Frank and Cecile Marcum.

Seventh grade: Angie Landaverde and Jacob Shores.

Eighth grade: Elijah Foreman and Daniel McKie.

Rowan County 4-H

Rowan County 4-Hers participated in the State 4-H Shooting Sports Tournament held on Sept. 29 at Millstone 4-H Camp. Rowan County 4-H had five youth that participated. There were over 300 youth participants and 44 counties that were represented.
In the j
unior category, Mason Gabosch (rifle), Tyler Horne (shotgun) and Christian Stebe (air pistol) competed. The senior division included Sam Oster (air pistol, small bore pistol, rifle) and Holly Wallace (small bore pistol, rifle).
Oster came in first place in air pistol and second in small bore pistol. Horne was 2nd in shotgun. Stebe was fourth in air pistol.



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