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Education shoutouts

Faith Elementary

Faith Elementary School named its Good Citizens and Good Deed Doers for September.

Good Citizens: Kaleigh Beasley, Kyleigh McDaniel, Keaton Henderson, Noah Sain, Tyler Bolen, Coco Dietz, Sophie Josey, Easton Hellard, Alexandria Mitchell, Jackson Passmore, Jaelyn Dang, Rebecca Ryan, Alyssa Moser, Camron Goodman and Lilleigh Lefler.

Good Deed Doers: Brantley Porter, Beckham Trexler, Allison Beaver, Gabriel Woods, Amari Mitchell, Wade McMillan, Brayton Norman, Rose Vickers, Camden Woods, Emma Antemann Kerr, Caden Hawkins, Aubrie James, Grayson Byrd, Kirston Swindle and Grayson Griggs.

Hurley Elementary

The following students were named Hurley Elementary School’s All-Stars for October based on the character traits of friendship and politeness.

Pre-kindergarten: Bladmir Alonso Cortez.

Kindergarten: Lillymarie Eubanks and Parker Helms.

First grade: Aleyna Camacho Carrillo and Briana Baker.

Second grade: Lauryn Bruce and Zahiyah Brown.

Third grade: Harmanie Chambers and Dayquan Henry.

Fourth grade: Cheyenne Owens and Gauge Ledbetter.

Fifth grade: Michelle Palmateer, Cecelia Camacho Romero and Montrell Evans.

Shive Elementary

Shive Elementary School recognized the following students as October Good Core Value Citizens of the Month for being considerate. Each student received a personalized certificate and “I’m a Good Friend” star stick and will have his or her picture on Shive’s Core Value board for the month.

Kindergarten: Logan Kemp, Sadie Oakley, Ranger Haaland, Faith Cumshaw, Addyson Shelton and Joyce Wembolua.

First grade: Maddie Lowe, Jakoby Spratt, Briseis Hernandez, Dominic Mowery, Madisyn Barnhardt, Jett Morgan, James LaMarre and Kinsley Jackson.

Second grade: Ella Sifford, Paige Miller, I’Raemen Street, C.J.Miller, Aiyana Covington, Lucas Gobble and Vida Mejia.

Third grade: Brayden Barnes, Reid Austin, Joyci Luna, Angelique Moctezuma, James Haltom, Samantha Christieb, Maddy Loyd and Jaxton Peddycord.

Fourth grade: Tera Lott, Abel Brown, Brock Monroe, Zak Culp, Bradley Hess, Madison Taylor and Levi Frick.

Fifth grade: Trenton Yates, Aidan Wiles, Kaylynn Wheeles, Drew Goodman, Campbell Kyles, Alex Lambert, Keegan Davis, Keeston Horsley and Xavier Measimer.



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