Hurley good citizens
Hurley Elementary School recently recognized the following students as May Good Citizens:
Pre-kindergarten: Jinika Glenn and Niaja Wilson.
Kindergarten: Megan Webb, Lapuritsha Stiller, Graham Bowes, Jacob Morris and Katie Totten.
First grade: Tabor Strickland, Jordan Osborne, Mallory Humphries, Feliz Nesbitt and Tajhshana Fudge.
Second grade: Tikiya Jenkins, Chandler Smith, Sinai Delgado, James McCaulley and Cameron Smith.
Third grade: Abraham Carrillo, Chris Hassard, Rosetta Parks, MacKenzie Dixon and Michael Logan.
Fourth grade: Kennedy Piatt, Julio Rojas. Erik Pineda and Holden Hughley.
Fifth grade: Stephanie Swing, Sierra Miller, Jordan Myers and Brittany Thornton.
China Grove cardinals
China Grove Elementary School recently recognized the following students as April Cardinals with Character for exhibiting the character trait of acceptance:
Kindergarten: Jamie Baldwin, David Bethea, Brittany Bissett, Omar Camacho, Austin Finley, Kaley Knight, Takiyah McCombs, Ashlee Orbaker, Gabby Potvin, Ramon Soto, Trevor Timm and Caleigh Tutterow.
First grade: Seth Blackwelder, Tyler Campbell, Ashley Craig, Lily Eanes, Dillon Minehart, Samuel Mota, Jareli Pacheco, Dylan Perry, Megan Richards, Dylan Randall, Mikayla Walters, Austin Russ, Shelby Stover and Briana Unsell.
Second grade: Bryan Boyd, Destiny Carter, Cody Christy, Hunter Davis, Erick Hernandez, Lacee Hunsucker, Portlynn Krider, Victoria Marengo, Alex Myers, Heaven Rogers, Steven Vo and Anna Williams.
Third grade: Nick Burris, Seth Cobb, Michael Marengo, Jordan Mauney, Kara McHovell, Taylor McKnight, Norberto Murillo, Lucas Safrit, Alejandro Sales, Tabitha Stancil, Mee Vang and Ben Winecoff.
Fourth grade: Bryan Burke, Emily Burton, Sydney Cox, Whitney Fesperman, Briana Flowers, Diana Gutierrez, Courtney Key, Kalyn Pethel, Tyler Reece and Courtney Sweeney.
Fifth grade: Hannah Blackwelder, A. J. Chambers, Payton Gillespie, Daniel Maner, Lacy Payton, Brittany Peeler, Jessica Picardo, Alex Pinion, Zayne Ware and Kevin Wong.
The following students were recognized as May Cardinals with Character:
Kindergarten: Starr Atwell, Madison Barnhardt, Ernesto Carrillo, Mackenzie Jenkins, Alvaro Luna, Alyssa McKnight, Beatriz Pacheco, Matthew Peeler, Kaleb Vanhoy, Vada Watts, Dakotz Weddington and Corey Wheat.
First grade: Chasity Dudney, Antonio Gonzalez, Lluliana Guerrero, Clay Higgins, Alec Holmes, Tiffany Lee, Alondra Martinez, Skylar Myers, Jonathan Shook, Colton Sims, We Vang, Miguel Varela, Jasmine Walters and Clifton Welch.
Second grade: Cody Boulware, Christopher Cameron, Celeste Clendenin, Brianna Honeycutt, Cassie Howard, Lorene Magana, Tyler Mason, Daniel Plummer, J. T. Morgan, Justin Sanchez, Danyal Sherer and Zoey Waddell.
Third grade: Derrick Blackwell, Lupita Delgado, Alexis Dill, Miranda Higgins, Chris Keller, Breanna Kelly, Joshua Lawson, Dalton Miller, Evan Neas, Jesse Pope, Mee Vang and Laura Vaughn.
Fourth grade: Shawn Erwin, David Garcia, Chris Killen, Kayla Lawter, Yolanda Martinez, Cassidy Overcash, Brittany Peters, Kimberly Rivera, Elaine Vang and Heather Wilhoit.
Fifth grade: Chris Barnhardt, A. J. Chambers, Brittany Cook, Payton Gillespie, Brittany Peeler, Alex Pinion, Jessica Pichardo, Miranda Randall, Zayne Ware and Kevin Wong.
Three Salisbury students have been named to the spring semester president's list at Lenoir-Rhyne College in Hickory for earning a cumulative grade-point average of 3.9 or higher.
They are Sara Beaver, Lauren Honeycutt and Julie Lackey.
Heather Johnson and Douglas Kearney, both of Salisbury, were named to the spring semester dean's list for earning a cumulative grade-point average of 3.5 or higher.
Eight local high school graduates have been awarded academic scholarships to attend Catawba College this fall.
They are Derek Freeze, Nathan Wrights, Jamey Small, Megan Spidell, Joshua Meredith, Leah Farris, Ryann Baker and Jonathan Plummer.
Freeze and Wrights are South Rowan High School graduates. Freeze is the son of Dale and Angela Freeze of China Grove. Wrights is the son of David and Sandra Wrights of China Grove.
Small, Spidell, Meredith, Farris and Baker are all East Rowan graduates. Small, son of Shadrack and Martene Small of Rockwell, plans to play football for Catawba. Spidell is the daughter of Sandra Merrifield of Rockwell. Meredith is the son of Stephen and Deborah Meredith of Gold Hill. Farris is the daughter of Katherine and Dan Farris of Rockwell. Baker, daughter of Donna Baker of Rockwell, plans to play softball for Catawba.
Plummer, a graduate of North Hills Christian School, is the son of Steve and Doris Plummer of Salisbury.
Three have received Catawba academic grants. They are Kevin McMillan, Matthew Jamison and Nick Kalogermitros.
McMillan, a North Rowan graduate, plans to play baseball for Catawba. He is the son of John and Cindy McMillan of Salisbury. Jamison, son of Norma Jamison of Salisbury, is a West Rowan graduate. Kalogermitros, a Salisbury High graduate, is the son of Demitrios and Loukia Kalogermitros of Rockwell.
Rowan Academy Charter School presented Citizenship Awards for the fourth quarter to the following students:
Kindergarten: Galen Pemberton.
First grade: Altereck Shields.
Second grade: LaChaya Birst.
Third grade: MyQuon Stout.
Fourth grade: Myles Swann.
Fifth grade: Staci Price.
Music department: Miles Swann.
Faith Elementary School recently recognized students as May Good Citizens.
They are Addi Bost, Valery Stegall, Taylor Martin, Cassie Fleeman, Cole Hendrix, Caleb Barger, Chaney Lowe, Angel Hopkins, Matthew Hemmings, Kiersten Buchanan, Duran Dean, Cheyenne Lambert, Jacob Durham, Kara Hafermalz, Nikki Austin, Samantha Buchanan, Hannah Wellmon, Coty Collins, Samantha Baker, Amber Basinger, Drew Frederick, Tasha McCullen and Ashlee Bowles.
Students recognized for performing good deeds in May are Graham Reynolds, Breanna Ferguson, Cameron Lamotte, McKenzie Collins, Traci Dillon, Mallory Maycock, Eric Poole, Leigha Goodman, Emily Wilhelm, Addie Gantt, Grayson Seitz, Daniel Moose, Rebecca Corl, Akia West, Madison Teeter, Spenser Williams, Ashley Philyaw, Cheyenne Hudson, Brandon Brown, Chloe Monroe, Adrian Anderson and Patrick Nelson.