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Education shoutouts Sept. 12

Shive Elementary

Shive Elementary School has recognized students as a September Good Core Value Citizens of the Month for being a Good Listener. Each student received a certificate, an “All Star Student” star stick and had his or her picture on Shive’s Core Value board for the month.

Kindergarten: Katelyn Back, Hayden Boyd, Hagen Morgan, Jayse Knight, Uriah Pinder and Wyatt Overcash.

First grade: Nataly Reyes, Caleb Urtel, Zailah Hagler, Maddox Johnson, Janice Wembolua, Hunter Jenkins, Esmeralda Ramos and Canon Cress.

Second grade: Mason Yost, McKenzie Newton, Toni Dial, Rylan Fore, Kylie Keever, Colt Clanton, Haven Bebber and Ella Shank.

Third grade: Kylie Feliciano, Logan Jones, Stephen Pueschel, Lily Putman, Ayden Frasier, Hailey Buckner and Bently Clark.

Fourth grade: Kenedy Moore, Jacob Martin, Abram Peterson, Key-Arriah Miller, Jenny Pless and Kinsley Moore.

Fifth grade: Emily Heald, Landon Patterson, Kylee Edmunds, Colton Heald, Khloee Vinsonhaler-Bush, Hunter Kiser, Marissa Woodie, Braxton Gatton and Chloe Jones.

Hurley Elementary

Hurley Elementary School students have been named All-Stars of the Month for September based on Rowan-Salisbury Schools core values of honor, innovation and execution.
Pre-kindergarten: Kensington Rainey.
Kindergarten: Lexi Gibson and Heidi Lazcano-Caballero.
First grade: Ravynn Mathias and Brittany Wilson.
Second grade: Gabriel Aguirre Rodriguez and Angel Russell.
Third grade: Alexia Gow and Christian Landaverde Aldana.
Fourth grade: Terrell Chandler and Jereline Sumo.
Fifth grade: Fenor Dixon, Montrell Evans and Jaelyn Myer.

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