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PLEASANT VALLEY SCHOOL HONORS LIST

Trimester 1

2002-2003

Grade point average – 4.0



Fifth grade

Chris Biertuempfel, Rob Correll.




Sixth grade

Colton Fagundes, Savannah Hoekstra, Marc Hopkinson, Michelle Horstman, Mark Oparowski, Dustin Schmidt, Devonney Sharp.

Seventh grade

Alexa Calef, Sidney Carrillo, Lauren Green, Lauren Lierly, Trisha Neel, Maria Viola.

Eighth grade

Brittany Baldwin, Nathan Brei, Lindsay Burts, Jamie Davis, Jenna DeVere, Hiroshi Ikeda, Ashley Loberg, Kelsey Nau, Charles Raub, Lauren Wordell.

Grade point average 3.50 – 3.99

Fourth grade

Joseph Artz, Ezel Barroso, Alyssa Bucher, Kalissa Bunnell, Rachel Campbell, Nicholas Clyde, Sofia DeGruccio, Ian Fischer, Challis Gardner, Brittany Gonzales, Kimberlie Hansen, Taylor Hansen, Stephanie Hedger, Megan Lierly, Shelby McClelland, Madeline Stokell, Kailey Williams, Jade Won Golder, Cory Wurster.

Fifth grade

Jonathan Boone, Sharlina Brown, Madison Crossman, Sierra Daugherty, Rachel Green, Melissa Horstman, Haley Kinney, Madison Messer, Kaitlin Olsen, Kayla Parker, Sam Vogel.

Sixth grade

Lacey Ackerman, Marc Anderson, Emily Bearden, Kyle Bemrose, Emily Berkowitz, Cody Compton, Chris Cope, Chris Dale, Michael DeGruccio, Becca DeVere, Shaylee Doyle, Alyssa DuPont, Carly Estrada, Travis Faker, Trevor Foster, Michael Grijalva, Teresa Harcourt, Molly Jordan, Chris McCormack, Sara Narvaez, Haley Nau, Mariah Simpson, Kristopher Thomas, Aaron Tocchi, kevin Trapani.

Seventh grade

James Brennwald, AJ Barbaria, Addi Bright, Andrew Grijalva, Heather Stevens, Candace Thatcher, Taylor Correll, Bruce Stevenson.

Eighth grade

Bryan Anderson, John Benevento, Dannie-Marie Bitker, Cari Cannon, Lindsay Davis, Doug Dolan, John Edgerton, William Maillard, Theresa Meyer, Ross Nicholas, Alyssa Orellana, Allysa Pattee, Gary Potter, Allison Powell, Lynn Skrukrud, Jaclyn Thompson, Andi VanderShuit, Danica Vega.

Grade point averages 3.00 – 3.49

Fourth grade

Luke Ackerman, Tyler Asbaugh, Dakota Berzins, Kelsey Bolin, Nicole Bush, Jenna Bush, Laura Carroll, Ariana Dale, Toni DeLaTorre, Aspen Gorman, Jennifer Griffin, Adam Grizzell, Natalie Holmberg-Douglas, Arame Laine, Candace Loberg, Kaitlyn Montre, Anastasia Orozco, Katherine Queen, Conner Schmidt, Lexi Senseney, Claire Smith, Sarah Smith, Tyler Thompson

Fifth grade

Francesca Benevento, Justin Bettencourt, Dillon Bucher, Kelsey Calef, Katrina Carl, Laurissa Clark, Justine Collins, Graham Franks, Jess Hayden, Amanda Jaramillo, David Jones, Mark Lawton, Kelly Lutz, Christina Miller, Marybeth Mondok, Dana Neel, Kolby Olson, Derek Romero, Michelle Ruggiero, Ryan Schwalm, Rebecca Shaw, Analiese Spuehler, Bianca Stepanian, Austin Stout.

Sixth grade

Sean Balsser, Kelsey Carl, Kelsey Chambers, Max Collins, Ross Dahl, Jessica Fontaine, Joshua Gamble, Michael Gielow, Madalyn Groulx, Carter Haas, Kristina Knight, Dane Larsen, Cassandra Law, Stephanie Luna, Amanda McPhee, Kenyan Olsen, Mariah Orellana, Cody Parker, Chantel Senseney, Raeanna Serris, Matthew Sporny, Andy Stanley, Sydni VanderShuit, Breana Whitear, Blake Winters

Seventh grade

Rebecca Austermiller, John Bettencourt, Chelsea Collins, Kevin Dell, Brittany

Gonzales, Ashley Griffin, Shannon Herlitz, Kara Ingram, Courtney Koch, Rebecka Lamb, Skylar Lujan, Erik Marquis, Hannah Munson, Jamie Oeser, Ashley Piroutek, Rachel Quinn, Kiel Schlanser, Travis Seolas, Hannah Shaw, Ashley Simon, Keelyn Smith, Bryan Stockton, Michael Stokell, Tyler Vaughan.

Eighth grade

Alex Aronson, Lamar Barnett, Jesse Brumet, Katie Dishong, Doug Faraco, DJ Ferguson, Tyler Foster, Joelle Gold, Sara Griffin, Ryan Hadfield, Stephanie Hansen, Elizabeth Jewell, Lacey Jordan, Daniel Junkins, Amanda Larion, Drayton LaRoche, Curtis Lockwood, Kris McBride, Shannon Miller, Andrew Morgan, Amy Patterson, Natalee Schoenbeck, Lindsay Stout, Travis Thompson, Andrew Tocchi.


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