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Education shoutouts

Millbridge Elementary

The following students were named Good Citizens for the month of December:

Kindergarten: Nicole Gutierrez-Marin, Jonah Craig, Ava Nail, Hudson Sechler, Allison Ferguson, Jude Mullis, Caitlin Golden, Devin Davis, Layla Wilson and Troy Krieg.

First grade: Ava Hainor, Trystan Besio-Ager, Peyton Cheek, Cameron Davis, Addisyn Crowell, Paul Thurber, Noah Pittman, Riley Galimore, Brantley Deal and Avery Call.

Second grade: Britton Heintz, Kamryn Sigmon, Zander Murff, Finley VanWassenhove, Brayden Miller, Jasey Presley, Giovanni Morales and Trexler Yon.

Third grade: Mikayla Hyde, Lukas Smith, Lucas Cox, Aniyah Thrower, Jahaira Meloteptl, Love Carter, Grace Grindstaff, Bryce White, Caitlyn Andrews and Grayson Kilgore.

Fourth grade: Gabriel Young, Kenley Walker, Autumn McHargue, Gavin Harrington, Ellie Mills, Cameron Williamson, Taylor Hallman and Christopher Bautista.

Fifth grade: Fabian Martinez, Tania Lopez, Winter Honeycutt, Bryan Ramirez Lopez, Grace Boston, Hannah Shumaker, Johnny Laturno and Lina Rivas.

North Rowan Elementary

The following students were Good Citizens for the month of December:

Kindergarten: Alyssa Gutierrez- Albarran, Justice Hannah, Dwayne Means Jr., Malahki Moro Leonard, Zoey Pressley, Adrianna Rhodes, Riley Wittich and Layla Woods.

First grade: Stephan Burrison, Annabella Carter, Marilyn Castillo-Lara, Lucas Douthit, MaKayla Ingram, Mason Lambert, Nakash Mohamed and Alex Walker.

Second grade: Jasmine Albarran, Dawan Carter, Nyazirah Eason, Tennyson Kirk, Donte Macfall, Aryam Shamman, Justin Tyler and Mara Williams.

Third grade: Austin Beck, Colby Caudle, Janiyah Fomond, Nayziah Ingram, Ximena Martinez Pacheco, Kerstin Neal, Hailey Russell and Elijah Young.

Fourth grade: Aleese Daniels, Adrionna King, Michelle Griffin, Alex Luther, Cheyenne Nesbitt and Sharlyn Zavaleta.

Fifth grade: Akira N. Jackson, Estefany Nunez-Euceda, Evan Osborne, Dayana Rivera-Para, Bruce Vargos Quiroz and Javion Williams.

Bob Jones University

Elizabeth Weimer and Nehemiah Worley, both of Salisbury, were named to the Fall 2017 President’s List at Bob Jones University.

To qualify for the President’s List, students must earn a 3.75 or higher grade point average for the semester.

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