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May 6, 2021

Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Elementary School recently recognized the following students as June Good Citizens:
Kindergarten: Tychell Chawl, Kaitlyn Christel, Monserrat Cruz, Olivia Cunningham Stanton R Dunham, Olivia Gregory, Shalante Hancock, Jabril Norman, Nevaeh Price, Tamara Robinson, Shiann Smith.
First grade: Ja’Quan Davis, Elis Granford, Tyler Honeycutt, Chandler Lippard, Breanna McClanahan, Elijah Moss, Roberta Moulton, Joanne Powers, Reakewon Truesdale.
Second grade: Callie Alexander, Adria Bazile, Shakira Coleman, James Cortez, Mason Cunninghan, John Louis Dunham, Mystjkal Phifer, Malik Sloan.
Third grade: Dominica Blair, Keenan Cowan, Michelle Flores, Matthew Hemmings, Andrew Johnson, Ryan Leonard, Juana Ortiz.
Fourth grade: Miranda Brady, Tyler Formanek, Lyric Knox, Malik White.
Fifth grade: Seth Allen, Christopher Cox, Breauna Harris, Atavia Mashore, Andrew Mekebak, John Patella, Ni’yarna Sherrill, Priya Tinwala.
Enochville wise owls
Enochville Elementary School recently selected Wise Owls for May, students who have consistently exhibited good citizenship, good manners and exceptional behavior. They are:
Kindergarten: Jay Todd, Ethan Loggins, Kayla Stegall, Blaise Bumgarner, Haley Pullian, Benny Furr, Joe Willix, Kody Barringer.
First grade: Laney Graham, Lindsey White, Alexis James, Janna Waters, Brett Butler, Kristen Compton.
Second grade: Amairani Vazquez, Brooklyn Wright, Coela Rigsbee, Madison Miller, Rileigh Ward, Tehya Deaton.
Third grade: Caylie Tallent, Cristal Gonzalez, Katlyn Sellers, Austin Price, Autumn McGee, Tyler Fields.
Fourth grade: Kevin Mullis, Taylor Wale, McKenzie Ward, Caitlin Waters, Caroline Hubbard, Marshall Barbee, Samantha Marvin.
Fifth grade: Alex Tyner, Miguel Rodriguez, Aron wilder, Taylor Harmon, Stephanie Young, Jonathan Deadmon.
Lee University list
Joel Houghton of Rockwell was named to the dean’s list with honors at Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn., for the spring semester for earning a 3.9 or higher grade-point average.

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