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Education shout-outs

Millbridge Elementary

November Good Citizens:

Kindergarten: Kelsey Riddle, Noah Overcash, Miranda Norton, Nathan Quiterio, Christopher Mitchell, Sadie Ferguson, Charley Storey, Autrey Farmer, Jaxon Peacock and Raylee Stancil.

First grade: Brody Linker, Jesslynn Woolf, Cooper Miller, Lillian Gariepy, Ben Dayvault, Skyla Davis, Brielle Breitwieser, Evan Lowery, Valery Hernandez and Lazaro Lopez.

Second grade: McKenlyn Sanders, Wyatt Coleman, Brody Richardson, Stella Pitre, Makayla Bryant, Bryson Bostian, Coen Overby, Ava Pritchard, Emma Palmer and Mason Johnston.

Third grade: Brayden Black, Gabbii Still, Giovanni Morales, Addison Todd, Piper Biggers, Kyla Davis, Chase Garrison and Lily Stallings.

Fourth grade: Jazlene Lerma, Hudson Pitre, Maddox Beaver, Natali Delgado, Kaleb McCracken, Emry Starnes, Zeke Stewart and Holden Bancroft.

Fifth grade: Alyssa Barbee, Tevin Keoboupha, Hallie Canup, Nolan Dorton, Kendall Becker, Sebastian Conejo, Lexi Story and Arturo Rivas.

Shive Elementary

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

Kindergarten: Haden Shuffler, Easton Bottenfield, Caleb Casper, Betty Newman, James Brown and Braydyn Hinson.

First grade: Lucas Gobble, Riley Rosenbaum, Colton Smith, Masen Williams, I’Raemen Street and Gradin Stirewalt.

Second grade: Emma Troutman, Madison Wilkinson, Cayden Williams, Griffin Kilpatrick, Madelyn Carrillo and Madison Grimes.

Third grade: Gentry Yarbrough, Haley James, Zakery Culp, Shayla Hodge, Kevin Hipp, Jenny Pless and Graylynn Hatley.

Fourth grade: Marisa Jackson, Blake Shive, Kami Taylor, Colton Heald, Trenton Yates, Malachi Hodge, Sofie Morgan and Briley Sifford.

Fifth grade: Preslee Helton, Bryon Garcia, Jason Blackwelder-Morris, Reese Miller, Luke Taylor, Eva Shue, Joey Torrence, Abraham Flores and Austin Stechman.

Salisbury Academy

Salisbury Academy announces its all-A honor roll for the first quarter:

Fifth grade: Mary Grace Antosek, Finnegan Avery, Daniel Ellis, Kennedi Fisher, Ellen Fry, Sam Goodman, Baxter Heilig, Lanie Humble, John McCoy, Jacob Mills, Carrie Robson, Mollie Sullivan, Connor Towns, Meredith Williams, and Cora Wymbs.

Sixth grade: Maggie Antosek, Avery Arnez, Noah Bardinas, Lucy Barr, Bo Brincefield, Emma Clifton, Gray Davis, Warren Fesperman, James Fisher, Evan Koontz, Ava Morris, Lucas Peffer, Eve Rich, Caroline Snow, Hank Webb, and Ashley Yang.

Seventh grade: Elizabeth Applewhite, Moira Avery, Emmaline Goodnight, Callista Harris, Reid Hlavacek, Andrew Mead, Ethan Ott, Madisyn White, and Millie Wymbs.

Eighth grade: Katherine Burton, Kendall Colwell, Rodina Eliwa, Wyatt Goodnight, Gabriella Nagy, Leah Renten, Elsie Richter, Courtney Williams, Lucy Woods, and Bailey Zino.

Sacred Heart Catholic School

November Distinguished Disciples

Kindergarten: Kareem Flores and Arden Beal

First grade: Peyton Miller and Caleb Faris

Second grade: Cielo Trujillo and Jacky Jaramillo

Third grade: Kate Donaldson and Conner Welsh

Fourth grade: Mikko Zaldivar and Will Walters

Fifth grade: Malaysia Dillard and Miguel Velazquez

Sixth grade: Ella Cooler and Maddison Glenn

Seventh grade: Kaiden Dulkoski and Tyler Conover

Eighth grade: Elijah Foreman and Lillian Rattz

First trimester All A Honor Roll

Third grade: Bennett Brinkley, Michael Bristol, Kate Donaldson, Nick Frank, Frankie Tadiello and Conner Welsh

Fourth grade: Henry Austin, JB Bergen, Kendyl Causey, Gianluca DeMary, Adan Ebright, Josephina Huynh, Sophie Wainright, Will Walters and Mikko Zaldivar

Fifth grade: Katie Antosek, Mayla Brinkley, Kennedy Goodman, Nathan McKie, Dylan Nguyen, Ellie Walters, Megan Nguyen and Lauren Childress

Sixth grade: Mitchell Allen, Jayda Barber, Marion Blake, Logan Bryant, Carlos Coello, Tony Frank, Eva Lamanno and Amanda Nollenberger

Seventh grade: Anthony Beltran, Soyer Cornelison, Kaiden Dulkoski, Rachel Flynn, Gray Goodman, Theresa Hurysz and Annie Tadiello

Eighth grade: Hannah Carr, Cooper Fleeman, AJ Flynn, Drew Hansen, Gianna Patella, Bree Whittington and Kyna Zaldivar



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