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Education briefs, Sept. 5

Faith Elementary School

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

Good Citizens: Graham Pless, Jackson Jones, Lakelyn Ingram, Alice Mitchell, Sophia Livengood, Raylen Pate, Abby Carr, Lily Adams, Jackson Hendrix, Cannon Causey, Leah Utley, Jenna Thompson, Adyson Medley, Savannah Eldreth, Jackson Propst, Shayla Cobble, and Kara Crotts.

Good Deed Doers: Kensley Thomas, Lincoln Nash, Peyton Clark, Brody McDaniel, Kylie Walker, Colt Kluttz, Noah Wiseman, Oliver Shehan, CJ Hardee, Autumn Atkins, Jackson Keyes, Even Nguyen, Madison Tucker, Aida Shumake, Mahayla Goodman, Austin Saxon, and Kaiden Cruz.

Millbridge Elementary School

Millbridge Elementary School has named its August Good Citizens:

Kindergarten: Calvin Ferguson, Rebecca Lumbard, Hallie Townsend, Andy Davis, Aubrey Morgan, Cade Overcash, Charlee Adams and Luke Toler.

First grade: Sarah Diana, Emery Coxey, Milas Calvert, Annalyn Kluttz, Alex Takah, Owen Jenkins, Noah Hall, Emily Wilson, Jace Hainor and Ashton Caperton.

Second grade: Rilynn Hartsell, Brielle Breitwieser, Jace Anderson, Kaci Still, Peyton Branham, Zane Hinson, Bristol Wirz, Brody Linker, Halle Fox and Kenley Miller.

Third grade: Anthony Manley, Kenzie Hallman, Addison Farmer, Brody Richardson, Sloane Lipe, Noah Pittman, Lainey Wright and Coen Overby.

Fourth grade: Jasey Presley, Hayden Poteat, Lily Stallings, Carter Bellows, Isabell Broadway, Zander Murff, Hope Julian and Grace Smith.

Fifth grade: Cheyanne McElligot, Michael Perez Gutierrez, Rica Toler, Keegan Strickland, Ethan Overby, Trinity Maxwell, Natalie Mysayakhom and Jonathan Lyerly.

Sacred Heart Catholic School
Sacred Heart Catholic School has named Community Leaders for August.
Kindergarten: Arden Beal and Edmundo Patino.

First grade: Sallie Lipscomb and Selena Restar.
Second grade: Brendan Beal and Caleb Faris.
Third grade: Joachim Sithong and Star Leo-Simonoko.
Fourth grade: Eliza Lipscomb and Frankie Tadiello.
Fifth grade: Cristian Mancia and Adam Ebright.
Sixth grade: Lauren Childress and Dylan Nguyen.
Seventh grade: Amanda Nollenberger and Carlos Coello.
Eighth grade: Soyer Cornelison and Jazmine Anacleto.
Bostian Elementary School

The staff of Bostian Elementary School recognized the following students as exemplary citizens for this month. These students went above and beyond what is expected of them at school, according to the award criteria.

Kindergarten: Elijah Foreshee, Maddie Dixon, Anna Kemp, Cooper Delehant, Emma Galloway, and Harrison Hunt.

First grade: Shiloh Russ, Miles Pethel, Isaac Alexander, Leah Olivia, Camden Cruse, and Isaiah McConneyhead.

Second grade: Kennedy Furr, Caleb Russ, Haddie Pace, Nolan Harbaugh, and Austin Ferrell.

Third grade: Kayden Guzman Lewis, Paxton Sarvis, Noelani Angeles-Espinosa, Maddox Honeycutt, Lily Kaye Sandusky, Chase Delehant, and Andrew Rigsby.

Fourth grade: Addison Page, Easton Reynolds, Lilian Little, Landon Stirewalt, Reagan Bradshaw, and Jaylen Lowery.

Fifth grade: Logan Buckles, Laci Overcash, Maliyah Linn, Lane Jenkins, Peyton Bell, and Braxton Rogers.



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