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Education shoutouts

Granite Quarry Elementary
The following students were named to the A/B honor roll at Granite Quarry Elementary School:
Third grade: Addison Arnette, Mason Brown, Catoe Byrd, John Corriher, Alan Delgado Albarran, Raegan Dixon, Eli Funez, Mikayla Gibbs, Rylan Haas, Noah Haivala, Elaina Hunter, Ryelee Majetich, Jonah McKeithan, Victor Mejia, Sterling Mistretta, Ashleigh Neve, Anderson Pauley, Ashlyn Pfister, Tanner Shoulders, Aidan Stice, Allahna Teamer, Amreen Virk and Rabbani Virk.
Fourth grade: Jarius Allen, Caitlin Ayers, Wyatt Brindle, Amelia Calloway, Sofie Campbell, Kadin Christiansen, Jamal Hall, Serenity Holdren, Christian Jackson, Ayden Jones, Trevonne McCall, Kenley Meadow, Jack Morris, George Nunez, Hampton Palmer, Josie Smith, Chloe Thomas and Jaylen Vasquez.
Fifth grade: Kristopher Baggett, Kaitlyn Bassinger, Elaina Block, Jonathan Bowlin, Dynazty Brown, Donald Bruton, Daylan Coleman, Stephanie Collins, A’Dorian Davis, Kaitlyn Duncan, Braxton Earnhardt, DeShawn Frazier, Cristofer Hanson, Eisley Hartsfield, Treason Haughton, Annabelle Hubbard, Stella Hunter, Ian Isenhour, Matthew Jones, Nicholas Jones, Mekhi Kennedy, Gavin Koontz, Addison Lambert, Clayton Lowe, Taliyah Luster, Xander McCrary, Treaver Meece, Jack Mullins, Jeff Ni, Luna Nunez Velazquez, Ivy Oglesby, Alexander Pacilio, Briana Perez, Evelyn Phan, Kaeden Phillips, Sophia Redding, Saniya Sanders, Yazmean Suanders, Bryson Smith, Grace Snowden, Jorja Sutherland, Maliyah Trudeau and Addison Wall.
All A honor roll:
Third grade: Landon Hiatt, Melena Ketner, Jacob Lyerly, Alexander Mares, Lindsey Reas, Lily Rohweder, Yoehlit Romero Ramirez and Emily Tate.
Fourth grade: Lucia Bettoli, Riley Kunonga and Logan Spears.
Fifth grade: Jonathan Allen, Adaleigh Cornwell, Diana Delgado Albarran, Benjamin Dombroski, Ryan Friel, Bella German, Alaya Hawkins, Lelu Hill, Emma James, Corbin Krider, Nathaniel Kruk, Alexis Kyle, Blaine Lentz, Joshua Loftin, Caroline Lyerly, Allen Mares, Jayden Meador, William Mozingo, Holden O’Brien, Evelyn Phan, Rainey Qualls, Albert Romero-Ramirez, Jackson Vanhoy and Daniel Wiles.
Overton Elementary

Overton Elementary School recognized these students in October as First Class Scholars for demonstrating the interpersonal skill of leadership:

Kindergarten: Melody Ruth, Rahkeem Harris and Jermonie Clark.

First grade: Kaytlyn Urbina, Malakai Turner and Jillian King.

Second grade: Judah Yates, Haze Sheets, Margot May Pryor and Rosa Menjivar Pleitez.

Third grade: Jaxon Benion, Aniyah Staley, Mia Conforti, Ta’Ron Williams, and Tareji Williams.

Fourth grade: Camille Turner and Bobby Cunningham.

Fifth grade: Mia Streater, Tati Espinal Mejia and Bruce Phillips.

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