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Education shoutouts

Bostian Elementary School

The following students were named Citizens of the Month for March:

Kindergarten: Hailey Seaford, Levi Hurd, Brooklyn Billings, Riley Finney, Faith Olmsted, Waylon Benton and Emerie Barringer.

First grade: Tensley Helms, Laylee Craven, Grayson Weatherby, Trysta Overcash and Brooklyn Wirz.

Second grade: Sophia Lowe, Ethan Drye, Becca Beaver, Gus Miller, Karli Overcash and Jonah Stancil.

Third grade: Kyleigh Davis, Jacob Brackett, Kasen Barbee, Dirk Daniel, Landon Stirewalt, Sara Reynolds and Maddox Lowe.

Fourth grade: Ben Harris, Evan McGirt, Brendyn Reyes, Shelby Weaver, Kayleigh Draughn and Lawson Basinger.

Fifth grade: Landon Atkinson, Madison Tesch, Khloe Arquette and Bailee Castillo.

Koontz Elementary School

The following students made the All-A Honor Roll:

Third grade: James Williams, Katherine Garcia Sanchez, Juliana Garcia Gonzalez, Renaad Elsaid, Shealyn Dominguez, Jaylen Dillard and Noah Adames.

Fourth grade: Hilaria Zarate-Oregon, David Wagner, Anilysa Tran-Stopper, Christian Ross, Briana Rivas Pacheco, Mikayla Kelly, Alexa Guzman-Lopez, Diana Gamez Guzman, Alan Espinosa, Shaniah Brewer and Jonathan Barrera Qunitero.

Fifth grade: Mario Torres Vega, Braylon Taylor, Joseph Samolu, Sha’Mia Pipkin, Daniele Nunez Lopez, Hugo Montes Esquivel, Daneill Lowery, Cheancy Knox II, Cassady Garcia Hernandez, Ruth Doe and Delaney Allbright.

The following students made the A/B Honor Roll:

Third grade: Amira Williams, Christian Richards, Christian Phillips, X’Avier Mitchell, Cha’myaMarie Mitchell, Kailyn Melgar Soto, Precious McBride, Michael Logan IV, Layah Kennedy-Ratcliff, Gracin Gray, Kevin Gonzalez Hernandez, Terrell Chandler, Elizabeth Brown and Jamiela Allen.

Fourth grade: Jhamaiyah Wright, Tavian Thomas, Dawson Syhavong, Ja’Zion Sturgis, Gabriela Santiago Santamaria, Keila Sanchez Ascension, Sabrina Rivera Rodriguez, Jakorian Page, Jaquelin Ovando, Jeffery Matias Hernandez, Arely Lachino, Michael Hopkins, Aniyah Hickson, Roselyn Henriquez Rodriguez, Akiya Harmon, Avry Gutierrez Benitez, Ihsbel Dominguez Sanchez, Kiara Dillard, Shayla Cook, Keyniah Chambers, Jose Caballero Jimenez, Jessica Butler, Dynazty Brown and Shyne Betton.

Fifth grade: Sha’laya Whittaker, Lianna Trujillo Carrillo, Nyah Salazar, Aubrey Proctor, Patience Price, Skylar Poe, Ricardo Ortiz, Mariela Navarro Melendez, Shontel Johnson, Makylah Hayes, Zion Gillespie, Janiah Finger, Noor Elsaid, Nathan Dahlin, Lauren Cherry, Xavier Burch, Joseph Betancourt and Zy’Keria Bailey.

Shive Elementary School

The school rock at Shive Elementary is painted for Autism Awareness events held throughout the month of April. Teachers from the school’s EC department completed the painting as part of a community project.

Parents are extending thanks to the exceptional children teachers at Shive Elementary School, who painted the school rock in honor of Autism Awareness Month in April. The painting was part of a community project and completed in time for the school’s “Light it Up” Blue Day for autism awareness, held April 2.

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