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Shoutouts

Shive Elementary Good Citizens
Shive Elementary has recognized the following students for being September good core value citizen for the character trait of being good listeners.
Pre-Kindergarten: Micah Fink, Matias Chanello and Lexie Smith.
Kindergarten: Orion Croot, Emma Rollins, Teagan Smith, Beckett Basinger, Olivia Boger, Jessa McCord, Alex Medina, Addie Ledbetter and Cash Clanton.
First grade: Parker Morgan, Rosalee Graber, Lucca Marcial, Adalynn Belk, Mikaela Fezza, Wyatt Temple, Sam Klauder, Tripp Smith, October Overcash, Evan Johnson and Darcy Overcash.
Second grade: Noemi Sadjedy, Camden Stirewalt, Hayden Boyd, Alexandra Garcia, Alleigh Cordell, Jackson Smith, Jacob Sickle, Grady Royal, Alan Sanachez-Redonda and Dakota Alsup.
Third grade: Maddox Johnson, Lyla Hannah, Bella Fezza, Bayleigh Lambeth, Emma Ayala, Dominic Mowery, Jazmin Montes-Martinez, Halen James, Brantley Beaver and Sophia Swink.
Fourth grade: Sofia Arizmendez, Lucas Gobble, Aubrey Woodie, Logan Rabon, Ella Shank, Curtis Royal, Paven Yates and Jazlyn Cruz.
Fifth grade: Madelyn Carrillo, Emily Casper, Abigail Towell, Kaylee Lingle, Tyler Smith, Porter Thomas, Kaleb Lingle, Ciera Miller, Aubrey Basinger, Kaylor Figley, Katelynn Jessee and Mason Potts.

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