Ayden-Grifton High School recently selected 87 students as Charger Challenge winners.
The Charger Challenge program recognizes students for their achievement during the six weeks marking period. Every six weeks, students are nominated by their teachers for academic efforts and citizenship.
Winners were: Sam Alvarado, Tykeria Artis, Arne Behrens, Erica Bell, Morgan Bell, Dmitri Best, Tonika Best, George Boone, Victoria Boseman, Trevor Brick, Hunter Bright, Tyrone Brown, Richelle Bryant, Otoniel Cabrera-Saucedo, Hunter Cannon, Curtis Cone, Sabrina Cooley, Sadie Crockett, Briana Datz, Alexis Davis, Kadedra Davis, Daniel DeCresie, Leah Dennis, Ashley Dillahunt, Cierra Dixon, Destiny Dixon, Daishawn Dorsey, Amanda Downing, Yasmine Edwards, Crystal Ellis, Alex Figueroa, Sydney Fulford, Latesia Garrett, Brandon Gay, Hasib Gent, Najee Gray, Haylea Hardee, Kristen Hardy, Keon Harrison, Bryanna Hawkins, Sydney Hendricks, Jeremy Hester, Morgan Hudson, Jared Ingle, Alexis Jones, Demi Justesen, Judy Klein, Justin Lawrence, Jorge Martinez, Emily McCrea, Krissy Miller, Nelson Mills, Jocqui Monk, Jeremiah Moore, Quayshawn Mumford, Alicia Navarro, John Olguin, Morgan Page, Cecilia Parra, Jonathan Penuel, Jesse Perez, Elizabeth Pierce, Branford Preston, Rayshon Redd, Jonathan Riggs, Shawn Roach, Jamek Russell, James Russell, Arianna Savoie, Britton Scercy, Jenna Sjoerdsma, Raquan Squires, Trevor Stepps, Avery Stox, Sierra Strickland, Brandon Thomas, Taylor Triplett, Dillon Vaughn, Taylor Waller, Giddel Waters, Taylor Whaley, Shannon Whitaker, Stephen Wiggins, Demark Wilson, Garrett Woods, Anastacia Yanez and Levi Young.
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