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Honor Roll

4.0 grade point average

Fourth grade



Hayley Chase, Brooke Holland, Emma Lay, Katie Power, Kyle Thibodeau, Marissa Tipton, Alex Ramsey.

Fifth grade




Nathan Ferguson, Cameron Heath, Samantha Kober, Kai Sarchette, Parker Scanlon, Cheyenne Toney, Adam Harris, Andrew Brennan, Melissa Irvin, Mckinzie Goforth, Elizabeth Peterson, Roman Seghezzi, Nina Wiester.

Sixth grade

Daniel Goodnow, San Asher, Robert Greenwood, Morgan Prentice, Ellie Selleck.

Seventh grade

Kendal Butterfield, Jeffrey Goodnow, Angela Hacche, Shayla Lund, Ashley Simpton, Abbey Velasquez.

Eighth grade

Erik Andersen, Brittany Blake, Christopher Convis, Marc Hopkinson, Cole Stanford, Michelle Turcotte, John Wivholm.

3.0 or above

grade point average

Fourth grade

Philip Breaux, Cassie Burns, Soraya Ebrahimi-Nuyken, Tyler Furman, Kevin Goodnow, Lizzie Greenman, Lukas Hall-Alba, Megan McAtee, Jason Mickel, Torrie Miraldi, Samantha Posner, Roam Ramirez, Carl Rua, Matt Spillner, Becca Stewart, Logan Webb, Zach Williams, Drew Bernadett, James Brown, James Coyle, Quinlan Grim, Ben Lerner, Tiffany Lombardi, Ian Lynn, Jessie McLeod, Cayman Sandoval, James Schmidt, Demi Seghezzi, Daniel Tillotson, Chelsi Torres, Samantha Schultz, C.J. Simmons, Jeremy Smedley, Cody Young, Kylie Anaya, Evan Canevari, Lisa Ellis, Jenna Jeffrey, Madeleine Fournier, Alyssa Garrett, Natalee Heilaman, Barbara Hostetler, Colin Moore, Trevor Lund.

Fifth grade

Taylor Browne, Alicia Burns, Christian Craig, Matthew Gallagher, Alexis Gibney, Gabriel Harris, Carleigh Hepp, Tyler Hughes, Kerina Kinch, Victoria Kihn, Caden Maves, Matthew McCoy, Becca Noe Bisiaux, Rachael Perry, Carina Reynolds, Mariah Schwarz, Seanna Griffis, Ruth Barsotti, Rachyl McLeod, Marissa Parks, Taylor White, Lindsey Jamerson, Joshua Raiche, Slater Ferguson, Kyle Selleck, Lauren Bowman-Wulf, Alexandra Schuessler, Mikala Strum, Romario Baucum, Tyler Bergh, Shayla Charnett, Jocelyn Elvira, Sanya Enos, Thomas Greenman, Connor Holland, Zachary Mabey, Jordan Patton, Taylor Price, Sarah Sasville, Amy Williams.

Sixth grade

Tessa Butterfield, Carey Dakin, Suny Gill, Nikkole Griffin, Alex Hall, Mattie Jones, Anina Lawrence, Zachary Lund, Austin Madrigal, Kevin Mass, Thomas McAtee, Peggy McBride-Henslee, Andrew Perdue, Deanna Purther, Jordan Riley, Taryn Salcedo, Katherine Schuessler, Max Talbott, Josh Tygart, Patrick Aguilar, Walker Davis, Chris Flores, Simon Lambert, Jacob Lerner, Kelley Miller, Caitlin Paulus, Kayla Sant, Andrew Smith, Calynn Stanford, Jonika Weerasekaira, Tessa Whalin, Nathaniel Bennallack, Billy Gilfillan, Cody Keogh, Jessica Pfadt, Alyssa Rodriguez, Bobbie Rowe, Cody Wilcox.

Seventh grade

Matthew Blesio, Kathleen Schenck, Zach Maltese, Bernadette Boren, Bianca Harrier, Karly Harris, Conor Maloney, Jordan Milhous, Abigail Miraldi, Nellie Smittle, Elizabeth Frost, Kelsey Mulligan, Alicia Parker, Shelby Root, Riley Grim, Elizabeth Johnson, Afton Neufeld, Peter Brennan, Trisha Gullickson, Dillon Jones, Benjamin Keck, Alexander Peterson, Akasha Smither, Leticia Baucum, Rayna Charnley, Micah Lira, Lucy Madden, Kyle Newman, India Parish, Rachel Posner, Andrew Quadro, Samina Simpson, Jordan Smith, Darkin Tanner, Molly Feller, Perris Hale, Ashleigh Hines, Kirby Hopper, Samantha Jackson, Kendra Thibodeau, Carlos Topete.

Eighth grade

Elliot Gunnison, Trevor Hall, Stewart Millar, Garrett Smittle, Trevor Thomassen, Zoe Toffaleti, Layne Austin, Jeannine Bailey, Alex Hall-Alba, Curran Hamilton, Scott Williams, Christopher Davis, Henry Eiring, Cory Emmett, Matthew Hysell, Juliet LaChappell, Rachel Mabey, Jeremy Schultheiss, Tiffani Dent, Cody Kinderman, Stephanie Palmer, Berean Purther, Kelsey Heath, Emma DuPell, Todd Hayden, Claire Kinnard, Tyler Salcedo, Brandon Nied, Brian Armijo, Ceara Rice, Kirsten Shaver, Patrick Wood, Jessica Guise, Nelson Hughes, Melodie Lynn, Deanna Summer, Maiya Wiester.


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