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February 24, 2014

Danville Community Middle School honor roll

Danville Community Middle School officials released the names of the students who made honor roll for the first semester. Making the cut were:

Eighth grade, high honor roll — Lauren Atkinson, Margaret Banich, Jonathan Binkley, Landon Boals, Makenzie Brunes, Lucy Chidester, Adelynn Collier, Allison Davis, Hannah Deno, Caitlyn DuMontelle, Anna Easlick, Ashlyn Eisenhart, Claudia Ellis, Sydney Foreman, Jacqueline Freed, Joshua Gerber, Molly Gibbs, Cody Goode, Shelby Grider, Reid Harris, Olivia Hayse, Emily Hazelton, Eva Hensley, Logan Hill, Winston Hill, Ashley Lattz, Hattie Lawson, Torianna Leistner, Macy Lynch, Ariel Mason, MacKenzie McClain, Sarah Merrow, Amaya Morris, Baylee Muse, Claire Perkins, Shay Petree, Megan Quandt, Jason Randall, Brenna Shelley, Kyra Shelley, Payton Shores, Robert Smith, Jaylee Snider, Anita Spencer, Jessica Stawarz, Claire Tollison, Zoe Toscano, Jessica Tucker, Brandi Wasson and Holly Webb.

Eighth grade, honor roll — James Baker, Andrew Barrows, Lauren Basicker, Bailey Bilyeu, Taryn Burke, Elizabeth Carlton, Sawyer Cook, Kaitlyn Dennison, Skyler Dillon, Jennifer Doell, John Edwards, Tyler Fiscus, Abigail Freestone, Carter Fulk, Jochua Gariepy, Collin Genin, Wesley Gillespie, Hunter Harris, Jon Hays, Cheyenne Hennessee, Joshua Hess, Reagan Hubbard, Caden Hubner, Breanna Kolanowski, Devin Lannon, Tarron Lawson, Jenna Lucas, Zachary Luken, Bryana Mahurin, Mary Means, Rilee Mood, Kayla Muse, Anna Nelson, Zackary Parr, Michael Parsons, Jessica Phillips, Dylan Plant, Bryce Poindexter, Nathan Pope, Dylan Porter, Parker Post, Jaron Reynolds, Alexus Riggles, Gabrielle Riggs, Kayla Ross, Ashlyn Schafer, Keara Schroder, Clay Seders, Kelsey Sering, Avery Setser, Jalen Simms, Madeline Singletary, Dylan Snider, Morganne Stinemetz, Jackson Swisher, Hallie Taylor, Caden Thompson, Clay Trout, Oleg Wash, Riley Williams, Jackson Wynn and Maeci Young.

Seventh grade, high honor roll — Kaitlyn Allen, Anna Ashley, Adam Barber, Katelyn Barton, Shane Bradley, Erica Brinkley, Josephine Bryant, Walter Burton, Leo Carlton, Emma Cook, Abri DeAtley, Mallory Delamarter, Thomas Elliott, Shaun Fajfer, Emily Fry, Asa Garcia, Laney Gilbert, Sarah Guipe, Jillian Haley, Tyler Hartman, Halle Higbie, Alida Jackson, Solomon Jackson, Katelin Johnson, Kiersten Johnson, Malorie Kirk, Grace Larsen, Austin Lauderbaugh, McKenzie Legan, Alicia Lombardo, Cole Luellwitz, Skylor Mason, Megan McAdams, Jessica McDugle, Rebekah Miller, Michael Oliver, Leslie Pell, Meredith Perry, Aurora Peters, Madelynn Phipps, Caleb Randall, Thomas Reed, Carter Roseboom, Cameron Shearin, Alexander Skinner, Elizabeth Smith, Hannah Stallard, Carter Stuard, Kylie Tandy, Cassidy Tewes, Zane Thomas, Peyton Turner, Lawrence Utley, Magdalene VanLaere, Noah Vlasic, Sadie Vollmer, Carson Waddell, Logan Walliser, Dillon Ware, Elyssia Wellington, Jasmine Wellington, and Jacob Yarnell.

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