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Shoutouts

Honor Roll

Knox Middle School Honor A Roll

Sixth Grade:

Rylind Chess, Ruth Doe, Noor Elsaid, Retage Elsaid, Kennedi Fisher, Leanna Ford, Cheancy Knox II, Daniela Salazar Sola, Julia Shelton, Brooklynne Witherspoon.

Seventh Grade:

Edgar Aguirre Ruiz, Robert Coleman, Benjamin Davies, Dillon Logan, Adrian McRae, Makara Trick.

Eighth Grade:

ChaQuel Borja, Sheenya Daugherty, Kailena Fruchtman, Haley Hernandez Alvarado, Christopher Le,

Keniyah Norman, Donnie Williams.

Hurley Elementary School A Honor Roll

Third grade:

Gavin Horne, Adriana Jaramillo, Emily Kirk, Christian Landaverde Aldana, Trinity Lovelace, Roshard McGowan, Michael Price, Lilah Singleton, Clinton Squirewell and Dakota Winecoff.

Fourth grade: Nadia Ahmed, Aaliyah Allison, Heaven Blackwell, Tanner Brown, Terrell Chandler, Taliyah Freeman, Leland Grinstead, Matthew Jones, Calla Mowery, Abigail Pritchard and Jereline Sumo.

Fifth grade: Faith Barton, Cecilia Camacho Romero, Kanaiyah Crump, Anthony Delgado Camacho, Montrell Evans, Rylee Hedrick, Yandel Hernandez Arteaga, Makagbeh Jabateh, Andy Nguyen and Emma Sutton.

Shive Elementary School A Honor Roll

Second grade: Mac Adams, CJ Miller, Kensley Earnhardt, Jaydyn Ellenburg, Colton Kyles, Zoe Lott, Riley Riggs, Cole Smith, Addyson Witt, Haven Bebber, Langdon Cole, Vida Mejia and Riley Rosenbaum

Third grade: Grayson Carter, Lainey Sifford, Adilynn Dolby, Jett Hurst, Emmalee Boehm, Bentley Clark, Bailey Faavesi, Taylor Gay, Jaxton Peddycord, Hailey Buckner and Natalie Walker.

Fourth grade: Tera Lott, Tyson Phillips, Collin Shuffler, Bryson Blankeship, Kinsley Moore and Jenny Pless.

Fifth grade: Caleb Olis, Landon Patterson, Morgan Efird, Marisa Jackson, Adelyn Loflin, Emma Efird and Mareli Sanchez and Marissa Woodie.

CCAC: Ashton Kennedy

College Honors

Elizabeth Fisher, of Salisbury, was named to the Wofford College Dean’s List.

Landon Ketchie, of Salisbury , was named to the Piedmont College Director of Athletics Honor.

Joel Patil, of Salisbury, was named to the President’s List of Pensacola Christian College.

Other shoutouts

Overton Elementary School First Class Scholars recognized for Civility

Kindergarten: Jakayla Hyde, Lilliann Hatfield Gendreau, Euna Bolin.

First Grade: Aisha Cunningham, Zariah Brown, Ivionna Kindle, Dariel Taylor.

Second Grade: Aliana Mitchell, Azaria Coleman, Kaylee Borja.

Third Grade: Aubrey James, Lily Cox, Gwen Hill.

Fourth Grade: Gracie Dale, Al Mitchell.

Fifth Grade:  Grant Hill, Malachi McHenry, Carol Resendiz, Liah Duenaz-Reyes, Waylan Peek.

Sacred Heart science fair winners

Sacred Heart School hosted its annual science fair on January 15th. Sacred Heart will advance six winners to the Regional Fair at UNCC on Feb. 21 and 22. Winners from the regional fair will advance to the N.C. Science and Engineering Fair at N.C. State University on March 27 to 28. Congratulations to Maddison Glenn, Emma Brown, Eva Lamanno, and Alex Robinette who were the school’s middle school winners. Rohan Joseph (fourth grade) and Raegan Glenn (fifth grade) were the elementary school winners. Honorable Mentions were Ella Cooler, Patrick Beal, Vivian Selby, Eliza Lipscomb, and Tanner Peeples.

Shive Elementary School Perfect Attendance

Kindergarten: Wyatt Overcash, Katelynn Back, McKinze Sowell, Liam Fink, Aria Tonkin and Jacob Sickle.

First grade: Nora Brown, Jett Morgan, James Christopher, Eliana Cable, Canon Cress, James LaMarre, Alexander Broadway, Labon Campbell, Alex Arroyo Ayala and Tanner Lowery.

Second grade: Grayson White, Caleb Philips, Brody Gatton, Steven Miller, Riley Overcash, McKenzie Newton, Angel Garcia, Addyson Witt, Jaydyn Ellenburg, Landon Goins, Zophia Lott and Aubrey Woodie.

Third grade: Madison Wilkinson, Michael Taylor, Barry Back, Alli Talley, Emmalee Boehm, Bentley Clark, Cayden Williams, Julian Bolorin, Hunter Lingle, Tyler Smith and Aubrey Basinger.

Fourth grade: Griggs Causby, Emily Salado-Lopez, Brock Monroe, Russell Walters, Abel Brown, Bryan Hardister, Emma Corl, Kevin Hipp and Skye Brown.

Fifth grade: Kyle Gillespie, Anthony Ochoa, Brinley Williams, Alex-Zander Lambert, Drew Goodman, Emma Bornt, Jacqueline Izazaga Ayala, Sofie Morgan and Isabella Kennerly.

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