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Education shoutouts

UNC Dean’s List

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill fall Dean’s List includes these area students:

Salisbury: Abraham Post, Alexander Ho, Amanda Patton, Angelique Scialdone, Arden Bentley, Bailey Herndon, Cassidy Brisson, Coby Weant, Caroline Parrott, Daniel Troutman, Daniel Winecoff, Deven Jahnke, Emily Hammer, Evan Dunn, Grayson Whicker, Hannah Smith, Ivy Overcash, Jennifer Kribbs, Jessica Ho, Jinesh Patel. Juliana Anderson, Kenan Hartung, Long Le, Margaret Young, Maryclaire Farrington, Matthew Washko, Maxwell Patel, Megan Guzman, Patience Alley, Shodeah Kelly, Simon Post, Sydney Trexler, Tanner Hawkins, Taryn Evans, and Thomas Webb.

Kannapolis: Daniel Sanchez and Kristen Compton.

Rockwell: Jason Troutman.

China Grove: Lindsey Cole and Rebekkah McJunkin.

Mount Ulla: Savannah Morgan and Victorian Orbison.

Cleveland: Timothy Wilmot.

Mooresville: Tyler Peacock.

Eastman Dean’s List

Alden Wright, a junior majoring in applied music (organ) at the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester, has been named to the Dean’s List for academic achievement for the fall semester.

Wright, a resident of Faith, is the child of Brian Wright and Tammy Wright and a graduate of Carson High School in China Grove.

Millbridge Good Citizens

Millbridge Elementary School named its February Good Citizens:

Kindergarten: Grace Miller, Aaliyah Woolf, Adria Upright, Khloie Naugle, Brayden Cope, Vanessa Martin, Emily Wilson, Tate Walter, Ayden Brown and Jaxon Florance.

First grade: Olivia Coleman, Daren Williamson, Yaneli Iturbide, Jake Basinger, Troy Krieg, Madilynn Barnes, Noah Simmons, Jacob Parker, Cassy Campbell and Sawyer Wells.

Second grade: Lainey Wright, Joshua Murray, Jaxson Presley, Stella Pitre, Joseph Dhappart, Leona Guy, Logan Oxendine, Piper Blackledge, Jeremiah Wright and Alex Joplin.

Third grade: Layne Sansing, Avery Rawlings, Kyleigh Nichols, Jaylen Gonzalez, Brayden Miller, Remi Hagerty, Hayden Vail and Melody Bailey.

Fourth grade: London Jenkins, Hunter Walter, Ivy Hunsucker, Caleb Collins, Abi Walker, Calyx Weaver, Rylan Hardy and Alyssa Parham.

Fifth grade: Avery Frampton, Nixon Oles, Destiny Layton, Nathaniel Thomas, Jaylene Benitez, Austin Meadows, Kylee Everhart and Jacob Rockwell.

Seton Hall Dean’s List

Seton Hall University has named Taylor Russell of Salisbury to the fall Dean’s List.

Undergraduate students completing all courses with a GPA of 3.4, with no grades lower than C, qualify for the Dean’s List.

University of Minnesota Dean’s List

Mimi Webb of Salisbury, a student in the College of Continuing and Professional Studies, has been named to the fall semester Dean’s List at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.

To qualify, a student must complete 12 or more letter-graded credits while attaining a 3.66 grade point average.

Sacred Heart Distinguished Disciples

Distinguished Disciples for February at Sacred Heart Catholic School are:
Kindergarten: Emmaree Bryant and Helen Villegas.
First grade: Azlan Bell and Benny Nguyen.
Second grade: Declan Fisher and Joachim Sithong.
Third grade: Paloma Sifuentes and Frankie Tadiello.
Fourth grade: Henry Austin and Harrison Banish.
Fifth grade: Ellie Walters and Isabella Restar.
Sixth grade: Nina Villegas and Logan Bryant.
Seventh grade: Emma Bloom and Rachel Flynn.
Eighth grade: Kyna Zaldivar and Angelina Pierson.



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