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Shoutouts

Millbridge Elementary December Good Citizens

Kindergarten: Erik Morales Martinez, JJ Weaver, Rylyn Heister, Adalynn Vance, Ella Phillips and Violet Hainor.
First grade: Anderson Davis, Coy Weddington, Beck Aldridge, Rebecca Lombard, Evan Kirk and Mikey Tabor.
Second grade: Rylee Miller, Kara Eagle, Aaliyah Woolf, Charleston Storey, Ava Ferguson, Adria Upright, Lorelai Ross and Grace Miller.
Third grade: Cooper Miller, Troy Krieg, Ricardo Cruz, Easton White, Sawyer Wells, Landyn Hoyt and Addy Moore.
Fourth grade: Emma Houghton, Addison Farmer, Cameron Davis, Ava Reece, Mayrin Munoz Lazaro and Bailey Tucker.
Fifth grade: Trexler Yon, James Moore, Carson Raper, Liam Rohletter, Kheanne Boger, Logan Parham, Allie Toler and Maddox Houghton.

Bostian Elementary December Good Citizens

Kindergarten: Weston Gray, Jaxon Varney, Harrison Scott, Caroline Eller, Audrey Price, Raelynn Russell, Ella Tapp.

First grade: Anna Kemp, Amelia Linker, Hudson Beaver, Emma Galloway, Blaze Lewis.

Second grade: Peyton Allen, Vanessa Martin, Leah Olivia, Kylie Smith, Savannah Mabrito, Michael Tucker.

Third grade: Kaylee Parrell, Lillian Flores, Tensley Helms, Kyrsten Mrgan, Madison King, Kailey Botts.

Fourth grade: Rylee Laskey, Paxton Sarvis, Mason Brown, Kennedy Vanhoy, Christopher Strohecker, Jackson Cline.

Fifth grade: Dalton Fisher, Enrique Zenil Lewis, Curtis Furr, Easton Reynolds, Maddox Wright, Olivia Eagle.

Rowan County students named to Catawba College Dean’s List
China Grove: Vonni Bliss Gilmore, Victoria Ann Hunter, Rhonda Womack Kirkman, Kaley Knight, and Haley Frances Sloop.
Cleveland: Ezra Jalyn Nance, Chase Bradley Taylor, and Ashley Virginia Williams.
Landis: Jarod Nathaniel Conner.
Mt. Ulla: Ryley Brianne Corriher.
Rockwell: Sandra H. Abbey, Emily Judith Avalos, Ashlee Myranda Bible, Sarah Ann Burke, Rebekah Emolyn Cale, Shannon Johnston Carter, Larry Daniel Harvey, Madison R. Holshouser, Madison Kaye Hunter, and Gracelyn Thomason.

Salisbury: Richard Kevin Ajwang, Casaundra Arielle Allen, Marissa Faith Baker, Chase Nathaniel Barber, Irma Begic, Abigail Joy Birkhead, Bailey Wilson Birkhead, Camryn Mae Bost, Gemma Margaret Ruth Brown, Patricia Fouts Brown, Jenifer Yaneth Castillo Pacas, Keaton Nelson Chambers, Chase Franklin Clayton, Cade Everett Cranford, Maria Curiel, Chantina Dawkins, Daniel James Durham, Ashlyn Nicole Fleming, Andrea Valeria Garrido Lecca, Trey Scott Germano, Sarah Nicole Grooms, Zachary Harper, Kira Ann Harwood, Zachary Chet Hedrick, Caylinn E. Helm, Benjamin Cooper King, Andrew Jason Kisamore, Bryan W. Lawson, Henderson Cole Lentz, Clayton Jacob Lewis, Bernard Malloy, Jose Francisco Martinez, Chandler James McClamrock, Thomas Earl McClinton, Jessica McKinney, Lejla Mehmedovic, T’awna A. Miller, Allen Muskic, Selma Mustafic, Antoni Pacheco Mendoza, Michaela Domicia Patterson, Emily G. Peck, Cortarius Adriel Polk, Delaney Rae Portka, Kristina L. Rabon, Madisyn Paige Rey, Robert Ring, Alexander Eliseo Rodriguez, Jayland Jerome Sanders, Angela Madison Smith, Lea Dawn Smith, Margaret Dawn Smith, Matthew James Smith, Michaelyn Renay Smith, Naomi Renee Stinson, Mary Grace Stoelting, Denira Sulejmanovic, Stephania Tavira, Steven C. Thurston, Lyshet Joselyn Valencia, Brandon Lee White, Lauren Tate Wilsey and Olivia Louise Wilsey.

 

Woodleaf: Isaac Alexander Anton and Billie Lynn Sullivan.

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