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Granite Quarry Good Citizens

The Granite Quarry Elementary Good Citizens for September exhibited traits of good judgment. They choose worthy goals and think through the consequences of their actions.

Kindergarten: Annabel Holland, Kylie Fox, Evaristo Snyder, Ella Wall.

First grade: Camryn Rouse, Aila King, Noelia Pagan, Shiloh Mills.

Second grade: Yoehlite Romera Ramírez, Jonah Mckeithan, Max Martin, Kalanea Hadden.

Third grade: Jack Morris, Emme Poole, Elijah Hendricks, Olivia Lloyd.

Fourth grade: Bella German.

Fifth grade: Trevor McCormick, Nick Morrow, Brian Bella Moreno, Morgan Drake, Miquiel Maldo.

Granite Quarry Elementary celebrated October Good Citizens who displayed self-discipline by demonstrating hard work and commitment to purpose, withstanding inappropriate behaviors. Each student was recognized on the photo board and at a cupcake luncheon. 

Kindergarten: Kelsey Reed, Lindsay Godinez, John Parker Moscardini and Dexter Hanson.

First grade: Grace Walker, Jasmine Caron, Tatum Benfield and Gabriel Shafer.

Second grade: Emily Tate, Aiden Stice, Melena Ketner and Kyler Perkins.

Third grade: Sophie Campbell, Josie Smith, WIndrefh Cordova Joya, Eligh Sifford and Abbie Wells.

Fourth grade: Michelle Strausbaugh, Grade Snowden, Dany Argueta Romera and Ivy Oglesby.

Fifth grade: Savior Rosebarough, Fernando Perez Murillo, Kaley Pfister, Zora Poole and Ashley Williams.  

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