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Shoutouts

Local students named to honors lists at colleges:

Eliabeth Weimer, of Salisbury, was named to the President’s List at Bob Jones University. Weimer is a senior graphic design major.

Chloe Cox, of Salisbury, was named to the President’s List at Southern Arkansas Universityu. Cox is a sophomore biology major.

Rachel Safrit, of Kannapolis, earned Part Time Honors at Southern University of New York Canton. Safrit is a health care management major.

 

College Graduations:

Cherina Overton, of Salisbury, graduated from Troy University.

Kristen Parker, of Granite Quarry, graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science in psychology.

Kaitlyn Smith, of Rockwell, graduated from Clemson university with a Master of Education in teaching and learning.

 

Shive Elementary Core Value Good Citizens of the Month:

Shive Elementary has recognized the following students as January Core Value Good Citizens of the Month for being a “Deep Thinker.” Each student received a personalized certificate, “All Star” star stick and will have his or her picture on Shive’s Core Value board for the month.

Kindergarten: Tucker Moore, Dawson Humphries, Sam Basinger, Teegan Jackson, Meredith Sammons, Chase Smith and Wyatt Overcash.

First Grade: Piper Misenheimer, Tanner Holte, Paislee Compton, Cole Daniel, William Croot, Emmitt Christopher, Avaleigh Pinion, Easton Moore and Lennox Foy.

Second Grade: Jayden Ellenburg, Riley Riggs, Eric Harrison, Crayton Ayala, Landon Goins and Riley Rosenbaum.

Third Grade: Charlotte Sammons, Josalynn Burris, Addie Patterson, Bryson Cooper, Emmalee Boehm, Aubrey Basinger and Julian Bolorin.

Fourth Grade: Tyson Phillips, Kaydn Dickquist, Aaron Rummage, Ayden Bancroft, Sawyer Trexler and Baylee Moore.

Fifth Grade: Judah Miller, Gavin Witt, Jacob Shue, Gracie Kerrigan, Blake Shive, Jenna Lambert, Kyle Gillespie and Jackson Thrasher.

 

 

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