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Lake Norman Charter High
Athlete Scholars: The North Carolina High School Athletic Association awards the designation of Scholar-Athlete to students who participate in a varsity sport and maintain a 3.5 weighted GPA during that sport's semester. For fall and spring varsity sports, Lake Norman Charter had 86 students who earned this designation by maintaining a GPA of 3.5 or higher for the first semester of the school year. They are: Nitika Arora, Taylor Bandi, Zachary Bostick, Beau Brilhante, Amber Brown, Peter Brumm, Brittany Buckstad, Kristi Chan, Carly Clark, John Clark, Ben Craig, James Cuttino, Julia DelValle, Jennifer Dixon, Mary Dixon, Stefan Eckmann, Katie Fabian, Megan Ferry, Taylor Fish, Allison Fisher, Erik Foran, Hayden Giler, Andrew Golba, Nathaniel Goodwin, Abigail Gration, Sara Gunter, Christopher Hack, Alyssa Hager, Madison Heaton, Maria Hoidas, William Hooker, Carolyn Huddy, Nicholas Iknayan, Abigail Joiner, Haley Key, Sarah-Bagwell King, Jordan Kluesner, Erin Knapp, Jake Koferl, Melissa Laing, Marina Leonidas, Evan Lucas, Amina Ly, Trinidad Marinello, Andrew Marquis, Gavin McCall, Ashley McCoy, Sarah McIntosh, Christopher McPherron, Gloria Meiers, Nathaniel Mikuleza, Robert Moore, Devin Moskowitz, Katherine Napier, Meaghan Noble, Catherine Onia, Matthew Osborn, Gabriela Osterholz, Lawson Owen, Alexi Panizza, Jordan Phillips, Brian Piccirilli, Katelyn Policke, Kinsey Porter, Zachary Quest, Amy Rash, Bethany Rost, Caroline Rudolph, Gabriel Sandoval, Alexandra Schutrum, Katherine Sevin, Cooper Shannon, Bridgette Siemon, Frank Silva, Lauren Somloi, Megan Somloi, Grayson Spittel, Jillian Swett, Erik Venderbush, Mallory Warren, Philip Wessler, Michael Westbay, Jamie Williams, Matthew Wronsky, Stephanie Zaino.
Village Montessori of Cornelius
Year End Family Picnic: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. June 11 for current and new parents and friends. Village Montessori, 20615 N. Main St., 704-237-3440
Last day: June 18, Last Day of School Ice Cream Social.
Summer camp: July 26-Aug. 20. For children 2 1/2 - 5.
Bradley Middle School
Flash mob: The choral and dance team from the Cornelius school worked with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools to create a community-wide flash mob June 2 as part of "Charlotte, Get Your Move On!" Bradley Middle students will lead the flash mob to the song "Take Your Health Into Your Own Hands" at UNC Charlotte. The song was created by CMS educators Mark Propst, Becky Graf, Darla Barker and Kim Golden to support the district's initiative to fight obesity.
Woodlawn School, Davidson
History Day: Woodlawn middle school student, Stephan Snyder, placed first in the state of North Carolina for his documentary titled "Elevators: Giving Rise to the Modern City" at the N.C. National History Day contest held in Raleigh April 24. Stephan will participate in the national competition in College Park, Md., in June. Other middle school students placing at the state level were: John Patrick Shaw, Graham Kiley and Celeste Campbell. John Patrick's documentary on the Huey and Huey Cobra in Vietnam received third place, Graham's website on the Model T Ford also received third place. Celeste's paper on Non-Violent Resistance received the African American History Award. Other middle school students participating on the state level were: Nelson Malushizky, Michael Muchane, William Gordon, Morgan Crawford and Morgan Adams.
Duke TIP: Four seventh-graders at Woodlawn School qualified for state recognition for their SAT scores through The Duke University Talent Identification Program. They are Celeste Campbell, Clare MacDonald, Tristin Sweeney and John Wacker.
Lake Norman Charter High
Junior Prom Court: Prom prince and princess, Jackson Lane and Olivia Hinson. Prom king and queen were Beau Brilhante and Aleigh Fisher.
Softball: Sarah McIntosh and Rachel Gebelein earned "All Conference" honors for this year's varsity softball season..
Soccer: The girls' soccer team finished its season with a trip to the semi-final game of the state playoffs.
Baseball: The baseball team played its way into the second round of the state playoffs.
Scholarships: The 82 members of Cannon School's Class of 2010, who received their diplomas May 21, have received approximately $4.5 million in merit-based scholarship funds for the next four years.
Off to college: Here's where graduates from Davidson and Mooresville plan to attend college.
Davidson: Kathleen Armstrong, Appalachian State University; Patrick Beck, University of Miami (Fla.); Sara Beeken, Appalachian State University; Hillary Beltran, University of Colorado at Boulder; Miles Brown, North Carolina State University; Kiefer Colcord, UNC Chapel Hill; Madison Colcord, UNC Chapel Hill;
Hope Davis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Michael Falcone, Appalachian State University; William Merrell, Sewanee: The University of the South; Kate Sherrill, Appalachian State University; Sean Zakar, University of Alabama.
Mooresville: Taylor Byrnes, University of Notre Dame; Ally Gartner, University of South Carolina; Royden Goode, University of Denver; Andrew Gordon, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; Patrick Hennigan, Southern Methodist University; Jian Jin, UNC Charlotte; Paige Sipe, UNC Chapel Hill; Sterling Swygert, University of South Carolina.
Blythe Elementary School
Program graduation: Second-graders were graduated June 4 from the Learn Well. Be Well! program designed by Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville to promote a healthy lifestyle through health education and fitness activities for students and teachers in partnership with Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics.
Safety Town: This one-week program for children entering kindergarten in August 2010. Teaches life-saving lessons on strangers, traffic, fire, pedestrians, guns, poisons, drugs, playground, bus and bicycle safety. 9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m. June 14-17 or June 21-24. All sessions will be held at Blythe Elementary School. Details: E-mail Sgt. Tom Seifert at email@example.com. Applications posted on the Police Department's website, www.huntersvillepd.org and must be delivered to the Police Department in person. $50 fee. includes T-shirt, class photo, bicycle helmet, daily snacks and drinks. Make checks payable to Town of Huntersville. Huntersville residents only.