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Cape Hatteras Elementary School students recognized for academic achievements

Cape Hatteras Elementary School has named students earning Principal’s List and Honor Roll recognition for the fourth quarter of the 2020-21 school year.

Principal’s List:

3rd Grade – Saray Aburto Valencia, Madison Brinson, Joshua Chestnut, Agnes Chrobot, Iker Contreras-Zumarraga, Devlin Cummings, Roxanne Davidian, Maddox Davis, Matthew Farrow, Fletcher Forrest, Julian Garcia, Jane Gaskins, Angelique Gomez Velasquez, Rylea Gregory, Isaiah Hagy, Edith Halladay, Curren Leggat, Riiley Lipscomb, Eliana Loerch, Solange Martinez Escobedo, Joan McEwan, Ferrell McIntosh, Summer Midgett, Ayva O’Neal, Josephine Parker, Jaxon Rains, Grayson Revere, Eli Roberson, Leni rogers, Mary Rooks, Addison Scarborough, Nancy Snead, Kaelynn Stowe, Sylvia Syrrist, Steven Tirado-Garcia and Anders Vetter.

4th Grade – Justin Allender, Azlon Christ, Samuel Davis, John Ferguson, Nova Forman, Noah Hammack, Lia Kajari, Hatti Martin, Tucker Salyers, Cash Souter, Kayden Stowe and Adalyn Willis.

5th Grade – Sophie Bodiford, Wyatt Cannon, Janie Cartwright, Charles Davis, Lester Farrow, Rebecca Fitch, Mason Fuller, Anthony Gavetti, Olivia Lowder, Molly Metacarpa, Seaton Midgett, Misha Nuzzo, Isabella Ross, Drew Sigmon, Alex Simmons, Elizabeth Snead, Gideon Thomas and Addison Vayette.

Honor Roll:

3rd Grade – Ariel Allender, Eldon Cahoon, Coralee Clements, Andrew Dickerson, Emmanuel Fernandez Martinez, David Ibarra-Ramirez, Asher Kogut, Hunter Meekins, Noah Meekins, Elena Megehee, Zaki Nelson, Maddix Stowe and Wyatt Sutton.

4th Grade – Daniel Avila Briones, Nathalia Contreras-Zumarraga, Micah Cunningham, Charlotte Daniels, Connor Dunaj, Nathaniel Garcia, Sophia Gray, Thatcher Hall, Jisleny Ibarra-Ramirez, Gunner Johnson, Mitxi Morales Aburto, Mackenzie O’Neal, Levi Saul, Isabelle Seaman, Trace Walmar and Adair Zavala-Roldan.

5th Grade – Sophie Berrane, Cadia Clements, Azure Coupland, Landon Curcio, Jeidy Garcia-Velazquez, Lelan Hawes, Khloe Netherland, Olivia Rooks, Ariana Stowe, Haley Sutton, Axel Tirado-Garcia, Axel Valencia-Hernandez and Gracie Wyatt.

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