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February 22, 2014

Plainfield Community Middle School honor roll


Seventh grade high honor roll — Samuel Abel, Ethan Ade, Ania Alsum, Hailey Alvis, Brigham Anderson, Carson Andre, Katelin Ashmore, Jayden Aurs, Sydney Baraso, Evan Betzner, Brock Bizeau, Trevor Bowen, Jacob Brouse, Bri Brown, Shelby Burgess, Mason Burress, Kayla Card, Jayden Carter, Rae Cascio, Sophie Cassell, Kylie Catron, Derek Cavanaugh, Christopher Chhim, Austin Chinn, Kayla Clark, Andrew Coleman, Cameron Collins, Cameron Conway, Randy Craig, Samuel Craig, David Cutler, Cecilia Daily, Taylor Danner, Katherine Daum, Sophie Deal, Candice DeBats, Spencer Decker, Jasmine Denman, Esther Dillon, Alyssa Donovan, Jessica Dorsett, Allexis Dorsey, Elijah Drennan, Isaiah Eckroth, Tyler Edwards, Ashton Egnew, Qasim Elhabrush, Chloe Elkins, Devan Eller, Collin Elston, Chasity Fair, Taylor Faulkenberg, Payton Feckete, Jasmine Foster, Kallie Fox, Chloe Freeman, Hannah Friddle, Dustin Frye, Neyven Garal, Drew Gellert, Jennifer Gibbons, Faith Gibson, Cameron Gorski, Andrew Greiner, Kyle Griffin, Mariel Griffith, Riley Griffith, Makaiah Haberkorn, Alexis Hacker, Megan Hall, Bliss Hardin, Jessica Hauger, Gage Henry, Megan Henry, Dalton Hicks, Cort Hildebrand, Bradley Hinton, Austin Holt, Emily Horsting, Delaney House, Evan Hoy, Zachary Huff, Sydney Jackman, Rachel Jones, Sarah Jones, Lucy Kachur, Kavneet Kaur, Ainsley Keep, Derek Keller, Lauren Kenninger, Romael Khan, Michael King, Victoria Kinnamon, Audrey Kline, Anna Klingman, David Knopp, Jackson Knowles, Jacob Kolditz, Christopher Kossos, Dennis Lambert, Karl Lane, Samuel Larracuenta, Jaela Lawson, Brayden Laycoax, Brooke Laycoax, Jacob Leek, Eric Lees, Sarah Legg, Isabel Lentz, Emma Leslie, Palveer Lidher, Kasey Lilly, Owen Litzelman, Hannah Lucas, Grant Lusk, Brian Lux, Mason Maillet, Luke Marble, Emma Marks, Rachel Marsh, Kiersten Martin, Abigail McWilliams, Nolan Mennonno, Daisy Minix, Serenity Moss, Emma Mount, Anunita Nattam, Elizabeth Nichols, Miller Nichols, Barrett Noggle, Cole Nuyen, Logan Oplinger, Joslynn Osborne, Nevaeh Parks, Bailey Pfeifer, Valerie Priar, Emily Price, Truman Purtell, Siara Quinn, Shelby Raff, Natalie Reever, Eli Reinbold, Alyssa Rink, Cade Ritter, Mitchel Robinson, Shannon Rogers McKenzie Ross, Michael Rowan, Vincent Rowsell, Brittany Salazar, Daisy Salgado, Kamden Shephard, Amal Siddiqui, Andrea Simon, Mckaya Simon, Rajvir Singh, Alyssa Slone, Luke Smock, Rachael Snider, Harry Snyder, Jeanette Snyder, Tyler Solero, Ashley Stanley, Anna Steely, Zoe Sterns, Levi Stewart, Ashley Stout, Cynthia Sullivan, Andrew Summers, Alexander Tanner, Lauren Taylor, Grace Thompson, Carter Thornhill, Logan Timmons, Molly Trivett, Eliza Vandewalle, Joseph VanHooser, Jeremyah Wade, Hannah Waggoner, Avery Wagoner, Laci Wagoner, Rachel Wasson, Jordan Whitaker, Chad Whitlow, Mackenzie Whyde, David Wiegand, Mitchell Wildman, Kierra Wiles, Mackenzie Winchester-Daniel, Denham Wolfe, Emily Wood, Caleb Workman, Ava Worthington, Curtis Wycoff, Payten Ybanez, Rogelio Zamudio, Kristina Zick and Juliana Zlatniski.

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  • Local students make freshman honor rolls Officials at University of Wyoming have announced the Spring Semester Dean’s and Dean’s Freshman Honor Rolls. The honor rolls consist of regularly enrolled undergraduates above freshman standing who earned a 3.4 or better grade point average, and fre

    July 14, 2014

  • Mill Creek East honor roll Officials at Mill Creek East Elementary School have announced the names of students who made honor roll for the fourth nine weeks.Making the cut were:Fifth grade, all As — Halle Cansdale, Laney Collier, Dane DuBois, Isabella Eaton, Gage Franklin, Car

    July 14, 2014

  • Brownsburg student receives $1,000 Kohl's scholarship The Kohl’s Department Stores’ (NYSE: KSS) Kohl’s Cares Scholarship Program honors nearly 200 volunteers with $1,000 scholarships toward higher education. Three youths from the Indianapolis-area were chosen from more than 37,000 nominees nationwide fo

    July 14, 2014

  • Danville library offers beginner genealogy The Danville Public Library’s genealogy experts are offering a Genealogy for Beginners class for students in grades six to 12 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. July 23.The program is for students going into or leaving grades six through 12 who want to learn more a

    July 14, 2014

  • Bondy graduates from Indiana St. Cynthia Bondy of North Salem graduated Summa Cum Laude from Indiana State University in May.She plans to begin her teaching career at Pittsboro Primary School in August.

    July 14, 2014

  • Avon resident makes Hope list Miriam Thomas, daughter of Ravi Thomas and Kavitha Gunaseelan of Avon, has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester of the 2013-14 school year at Hope College, Michigan.To be named to the dean’s list, students must have a minimum 3.5 gra

    July 14, 2014

  • Brownsburg resident joins honor society Brownsburg resident Marie Hughes, daughter of Lori and Gary Hughes, has recently become a member of Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society at Indiana University.Phi Sigma Theta is a national honor society dedicated to recognizing and rewarding academ

    July 14, 2014

  • Area students graduate Several area students recently graduated from Anderson University.Among them were Alannah J. Bartee, Lauren N. Fiscus, Lindsey Erin Hill, Emily Caroline Miser, Jamie Lynn Saunders, Casey Catherine Thomas and Margaret Ellen Torbeck, all of Avon; Karr

    July 14, 2014

  • Area students make Illinois honor lists Lincoln Trail College in Robinson, Ill., has released its academic honor lists for the spring 2014 semester. Three lists have been established by Illinois Eastern Community Colleges to indicate students who have achieved academic excellence. They are

    July 14, 2014

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