• 32°

Education shoutouts

Landis Elementary

Landis Elementary School has named its honor roll students.

All A honor roll:

Third grade: Gracelyn Hunter, Nayeli Galarza Espinoza, Ada Mullis, Annalise Watts, Connor Mills, Pedro Araujo and Jaxson Joyner.

Fourth grade: Emilio Diaz Ruiz, Morgan Clarke, Linzie Brooks, Cressley Patterson and Jacob Crews.

Fifth grade: Owen Smith, Katie Roth, Chloe Driver, Bailey Hall, Carter Hendley, Gavin Hughes, Iveth Morales Garcia, Conner Richardson, Genesis Salazar, Briana Bergamasco Martinez, Haiden Hinson, Camden Hollaway, Skylar Kierstead, Jayden Smith, David Wagner, Ethan Wing and Ahyden Dipietro.

A/B honor roll:

Third grade: Keira Coley, Shaylee London, Anayelit Reyes Martinez, Richard Rodriguez, Jaxson Eller, Lucas Hoover, Brooklynn Pike, Colt Safrit, Margarito Salazar Bautista, Emma Troublefield, Ellie Andrews, John Vences, Sarah Roth, Cadence Kluttz, Adrien Newby, Zanya Cherry, Mary Kate Okula, Yanellie Salazar, Lily Wallace, Cayden Gambrell, Kalynn Lee, Dylan Rodriguez, Camille Siscoe and Brian Perez-Ayona.

Fourth grade: Makenna Jones, Daveon Giles, I’Xavion Sloan, Colton Kirkman, Shalynn Castro, John Rivas Solis, Gracie Steele, Kimberly Vences, Carlos Vela, Addison Williams, Charlie Barrena, Hayleigh Cranford, Carson Richardson, MacKenzie Eudy and Bailey Kelley.

Fifth grade: Christine Wilhoit, Leticia Perez Delgado, Paige Endicott, Kevinn Villa Mancia, McKayla Wlodarchak, Elijah Alexander, Jose Alvardo, Breeanne Britt, Natali Cejudo, Kaleb Dunton, Allen Jackson, Ariel Mejia, Dajuan Minor, Alexan Nix, Ruby Reta, Emily Smith, Ayden Taylor and Jacquelyn Villafana.

Shive Elementary

Shive Elementary School recognized the following students as a November Core Value Good Citizen of the month for being original. Each student received a personalized certificate and “All Star” star stick and will have a picture on Shive’s Core Value board for the month.

Kindergarten: Asher Shuffler, Jazlyn Bolorin, Emory Loflin and Gunnar Misenheimer.

First grade: Caleb Casper, Hayden Shuffler, Betty Newman, Alexander Broadway, Lincoln Compton, Labon Campbell, Nora Brown, McKenna Overcash and Charlie Walker.

Second grade: Paige-lyn Courtney, Colton Kyles, Grayson White, Ethan Evans, Lynley McCaskill, Bryson Kiker and Layla Loftin.

Third grade: Alli Talley, Barry Back, Madi Grimes, Evan Johnson, Ryder Daniel, Bryson Miller, Hailey Buckner and Julian Bolorin.

Fourth grade: Gentry Yarbrough, Jason Hallman, Kayden Abernathy, Landon Austin, Jaden Eudy, Bryan Hardister, Kolby Whaley, Nova Linder and Rodney Dudley.

Fifth grade: Hayli Taylor, Aiden Urtel, Briley Sifford, Marissa Jackson, Emma Efird, Sofie Morgan, Lanie Hicks and Grady McKee.

Bostian Elementary

Bostian Elementary School recognized the following students as exemplary citizens for October. These students have gone above and beyond what is expected of them at school.

Kindergarten: Olivia Gray, Paxton Eller, Kendall Karl, Alexandria Payne, Cara Johnson, Seiry Leon and Fabion Espinoza.

First grade: Cameron Bell, Hayden Moore, Lilly Moore, Charlee Harrington, Emery Garmon and Cody Basinger.

Second grade: Audrey Rogers, Landon Jenkins, Kyrsten Morgan, Logan Rabon, Essie Buckwalter and Braiden Hompe.

Third grade: Karli Overcash, Jace Parks, Christopher Strohecker, Paige Feehan, Megan Linebarger and Aiden Motley.

Fourth grade: Rubii Martinez, Emma Wingler, Reagan Church, Terry Hoggard, London Johnson, Parker Lahrmer and Nicholas Reynolds.

Fifth grade: Karlee Lyons, Trinity Cochran, Addison Norris, Cash Ritchie, Levi Boovy and Kaleb Eagle.



Friday newspaper deliveries may be delayed


Tonight’s Bright Star Theatre performance rescheduled to March 10


Event planned to empower women


Missing man found safe


Meet the cast of PPT’s youth production of Romeo & Juliet

Check this out

Rowan weather: Snow this afternoon


Schools closing 2 hours early


College women’s basketball: Struggling win for Catawba


Johnson, Daniels help NC State rout No. 6 Duke, 88-66


Democrats running for state Senate talk legislature’s role in Confederate monuments


Duke University doubles office space at NC Research Campus in Kannapolis

East Spencer

East Spencer’s Alisa Russell continues to be inspired, inspire others


Fifth-graders get to enjoy state symphony during Catawba performance


You matter to the 2020 Census


Educators say parents should start thinking about pre-K now for 2020-2021


Local artist speaks to high school students about his life and art


Opening reception for ‘Art in Nature’ Friday


N.C. Transportation Museum Hosts Pirate Day Feb. 29


Bestsellers (2-23-20)


LSt and St. Thomas Players present ‘The Trip to Bountiful’


Local arts & entertainment news Feb. 20-26


Roundabout: What’s happening Feb. 20-26


D.G Martin: Politicians often capitalize on book sales


Education briefs: RCCC appoints new HR, governance leaders