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Education shoutouts

Overton Elementary

First-quarter honor roll scholars.

All A honor roll:

Third grade: Cristian Bamaca Diaz, Eva Bolin, Anna Chamberlain, Bobby Cunningham, Gavin Hall, Mason Hall, Dorian Henthorn, Newt Hopkins-Teeter, Ella Marr and Malcolm Robinson.

Fourth grade: Elissa Burns, Anthony Decuir, Grant Hill, Jamon King, Delilah Lamanna, Malachi McHenry, Yexiel Orta, Waylan Peek, Madison Ratcliffe and Elisha Shelton.

Fifth grade: Connor Davidson, Leanna Ford, Sofia Martinez, Joshua Mendia, Kate Preslar, Jonathan Ross, Tristan Saunders and Julia Shelton.

A-B honor roll:

Third grade: Adelyn Hammill, Xzavier Harvey, Brandon Kafitz, Evan Moujahed, DeMarcus Reese, Camille Turner, Luke Yang and Logan Yates.

Fourth grade: Lia Anariba Rivera, Olivia Austin, Kayden Borja, Carissa Burns, Nick Clement, Kenneth Cruz-Alvarado, Logan Culp, Nicholas Eppehimer, Damien Jones, Richard Lamanna, Nolt Lescoe, Charles Martin, Lilly Mendia Aniya Peck, Bruce Phillips III, Marlee Speir, Kamiah Stockdale, Jordan Waller, Jordan Williams, Nalayah Worth and Jacy Yerena.

Fifth grade: Chanse Bost, Je’Naya Clifton, Ilena Etheredge, Lily Fisher, Aiden Hammill, Nevaeh McCullough, Za’maria Nero, Aiden Palmore, Brittany Price, Khlaysia Sellers, Kimora Stoner, Said Suaste-Jimenez, Trazelle Ward and Brooklynne Witherspoon.

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