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February 17, 2014

Avon Middle School North Honor Roll

Officials with Avon Middle School North recently announced the names of honor roll students for the second quarter. Students earning honor roll status were:

8th Grade, all As-Max Anderson, Yuritzi Avila-Robledo, Jared Baker, Abigail Birch, Christian Campbell, Madison Carroll, Kristin Compton, Lauren Dennig, Rylee Elder, Brayden Enz, Sierra Howell, Kayla Jones, Emilija Kaupaite, Riley Keen, Naomi Keough, Drew Kobold, Derek Kohn, Ryan Larson, Jonathan Le, Andrew Lewis, Tiana Marsh, Ethan Mickelson, Cameron Misner, Alexa Murphy, Lazarus Nelson, Brittany Shepard, Alexander Shoemaker, Autumn Stanbary, Gillian Stopinski, Spencer Strout, Julia Taylor, Mariah Van Hoose, Austin Wagner and Carson Zeller.

8th Grade, As and Bs-Zachary Adams, Maryam Adeyemo, Annie Auth, Kyndra Barker, Karalynn Barnett, Gregory Brannan, Joseph Bredlow, Tyra Bruner, Brandon Chappelle, Jadah Coursey, Jacob Darney, Madison Delay, Kelsey Dornfeld, Joseph Dougherty, Rebecca Edlund, Corey Fenrick, Nicholas Finn, Brayden Fox, Zane Funkhouser, Megan Furness, Keely Garcia, Madeline Garcia, Ryan Gott, Alexandra Gregory, Shelly Groves, William Harmon, Jylean Harvey, Noah Hicks, Abigail Hitti, Kayla Hochgesang, Noah Howell, Marissa Hulse, Alayna Iles, Yooran Im, Payton Judd, Gloria Kaliman, Devyn Kelley, Nia Kimbrough, Bryce Koehl, Pauline Le, Allyson Lindsey, Brody McFadden, Andrew Medellin, Mason Miranda, Clemette Briana Morris, Camden Murrell, Andrew Nguyen, Spencer Nguyen, Stephanie Paiz, Christopher Prabhakar, Tyler Riggles, Claire Rightley, Parker Roberts, Madeline Roggy, Megan Schanz, Brianna Schuster, Miranda Schwent, Dawson Smith, Jesslynn Smith, Luke Smith, Paige Snodgrass, Ryan Soel, Michaela Spinazze, Sarah Stoutamyer, Claire Sutton, Lexi Tillman, Taylor Toney, Brittany VanderBrink, Hunter Wallace, Linsey Ward, Nicholas Waterfield, Cameron Watt, Mitchell West, Nolan Whitesell, Courtney Wilkerson, McCarthar Williamson, Timothy Wilson, Nathaniel Woodson, Gwynne Wyatt and Alexander Zeigler.

7th Grade, all As-Sarah Ardeel, Keri Beechler, Emily Bingham, Scout Bogan, Jenna Bradford, Olivia Bradford, Alexander Branham, Nathan Conley, Eric Devine, Gina DiMatteo, Trinity Eggleston, Caroline Emenaker, Kayla Gray, Megan Haycraft, Joshua Hodge, Elizabeth Howard, Marilyn Kolpien, Thomas Krienke, Emily Long, Makenna Madison, Luke Martindale, Megan Martinez, Colleen Maynard, Sebastian Mendenhall, Gretta Mesarosh, Ira Moore, Noah Parker, Sonia Patel, Mallory Pence, Roy Reynolds, Katie Sesslar, Andrew Spear, Kiersten Stailey, Katherine Stegemann, Desimber Stevens, Elise Sutton, Trevor Tracey, Brenden Valdez, Caroline Wadley, Mackenzie Walls, Nicholas Walls and Victoria Wendt.

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