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Education shoutouts


Jordan Henderson

Rebecca Pugh

Shive Elementary

Shive Elementary School has recognized the following students as March Good Citizens for the character trait of creativity. 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: Eliana Cable, Owen Rabon, McKenna Helms-Dorsett, Labon Campbell, Hunter Jenkins and Braydyn Hinson.

First grade: Masen Williams, Grayson White, Ace Pethel, Tristan Smith, Rylan Fore and Linking Putman.

Second grade: Maddy Loyd, Charlotte Sammons, Chase Taylor, Adilynn Dolby, Ayden Frasier and Ricky Harris.

Third grade: Sawyer Trexler, Addison Callahan-Fletcher, Landon Austin, Nova Linder, Baylee Moore and Jason Hallman.

Fourth grade: Jacqueline Izazaga Ayala, Owen Suneson, Ariana McCrary, Ethan Vlieg, Madison Boger, Natalie Wilhelm, Malachi Hodge, Sofie Morgan and Kyle Gillespie.

Fifth grade: Aubrie Meadows, Tyler Whaley, Jeremiah Fleming, Jayden Ireland, Daniel Jessee, Alana Herring, Donnovan Wheeler, Jayden Newton and Makenzie Jenkins.

Faith Elementary

Faith Elementary School has named Good Citizens and Good Deed Doers.

Good Citizens: AJ Broadway, Cody Davis, Carson Honeycutt, Noah Yates, Taylor Sellers, Camden Woods, Emily Giddings, Zoe Wells, Walker Morrow, Jaelyn Dang, Cooper Brown, Peyton Martin, Keegan Davis, Kara Crotts, Riley Wilhite and Joquetta Allison.

Good Deed Doers: Tyler Boyden, Lily Wilhite, Brooke Parchment, Braxtyn Scully, Luke Lopez, Chloe Webber, Glenda Cruz, Jackson Hendrix, Katelynn Bonds, Bianca Flores, Shayla Cobble, Grayson Byrd, Aiden Barr, Bryson Stewart, Luci Metcalf and Hunter Ealey.

North Hills Christian School

The David B. Davis Chapter of the National Honor Society at North Hills Christian School has five new members: Mikayla Hamilton, Melanie Long, Caroline Nance, Chloe Turner and Abigail Zunk.

They were chosen for academic achievement, leadership abilities, service and character.

Third-grader Rebecca Pugh won the 2019 North Hills lower school spelling bee.

Eighth-grader Jordan Henderson won the 2019 North Hills Scripps spelling bee.



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