Students win for report cards
Wake Electric recently awarded 40 $25 Visa gift cards to area students who received at least one A or its equivalent on their report cards through the co-op’s “Give Us an A” program. The awards are part of a drawing held three times a year. Students in any grade in Durham, Franklin, Granville, Johnston, Nash, Vance and Wake counties are eligible to apply.
Adam Baker,Wakefield High; Emily P. Berrier, North Raleigh Christian Academy; Timothy Cannizzaro, Wakefield Middle; Caleigh Crane, Wake Forest-Rolesville High; Shivani Desai, Heritage High; Katherine Dougherty, South Granville High School of Health and Life Sciences; Olivia Dougherty, GC Hawley Middle; Violet Evans, Atlas International School; Kassidy Grissom, Franklinton Elementary; Kyndal M. Gunter, Franklin Academy; Ramsey M. Gunter, Franklin Academy; Isabelle Henry, Youngsville Elementary; Cameron Hill, Cedar Creek Middle; Devin Hoffman, Franklinton High; Matthew Hoffman, Cedar Creek Middle; Taryn Hoffman, Franklinton High; Louis Isabella III, Franklinton High; Daniel Lee, Southeast Raleigh Magnet School; Rebecca Martin, Franklin Academy; Jacqueline Ann Minella, Wake Forest-Rolesville High; Anna Moss, Franklinton High; Noah Neal, Butner-Stem Middle; Rebecca Neal, Granville Central High; Ebadirad Nickolas, North Forest Pines Drive Elementary; William Oakes, Franklinton High; Megan Orander, Heritage Middle; Madison Perry, Sanford Creek Elementary; Taylor Robinson, Long Mill Elementary; Michael Roland, Forest Pines Elementary; Phoebe Rutter, Tar River Elementary; Addison Selna, Heritage Elementary; Elijah Sharpe, Royal Elementary; Nolan B. Schulz, Franklin Academy; Hannah Stutts, Franklinton High; James Vick, Bunn High; Austin Walters, Wake Forest-Rolesville High; Sarah Watts, Heritage Middle; Ryan Wimmer, Jones Dairy Elementary; Kaitlyn Woollen, Millbrook High; Fennell Xavier, Carnage Magnet Middle.
The deadline for the next drawing is 5 p.m. Sept. 20. Because each school district may have a different time for issuing report cards, if a student’s entry misses one deadline, the entry will automatically be included in the next drawing.
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For more information on Wake Electric’s “Give Us an A” program, go to www.wemc.com/giveusana.aspx.