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April 21, 2014

Saint Susanna Honor Roll

Officials with Saint Susanna School have announced the names of students making the third quarter honor roll. At Saint Susanna School, an “A” is 95 to 100 percent and a “B” is 86 to 94 percent.

Students earning honor roll status were:

Eighth grade, all As — Anna Ardelean, Kaitlyn Booher, Kate Fisher, Sam Hartman, Emily Keith, Mary Kozlowski and Mary Nahlen.

Eighth grade, As and Bs — Ximena Correa, A.J. Eibert, Haley Gill, Lauren Joseph, Dillon Olejnik and Henry Woodcock.

Seventh grade, all As — Bender, Maria Carson, Sam Hynds, Grace Jaisle, Elaina Lewis, Kendra Springs, Elizabeth Thomas and Andrea Wright.

Seventh grade, As and Bs — Katie Abell, Serna Bennici, Kiersten Burtz, Sarah Buschman, Grace Hartman, Sarah Koch, Gabriel Rodriguiez and Jenna Underwood.

Sixth grade, all As — Annika Garwood, Lauren Glotzbach, Luke Poole and Mark Poole.

Sixth grade, As and Bs — Jaden Brock, Gabrielle Hicks, Grace McNamara, Mason Miller, Chloe Olejnik, Margaret Palanca, Kelsey Roland, Meghan Sandifer, Will Sandifer, Natalie Sheets, Christine Taylor and Jared Vasquez.

Fifth grade, all As — Grace Abell , Aidan Booher, Anna Chesterson, Preston Fox , Audra Glotzbach, Timmy Godsil, Cal Keith, Brianna Kelly, Isabel Kluszynski, Austin Liston, Emma Litzelman and Michael Reynolds.

Fifth grade, As and Bs — D.J. Abplanalp , Danielle Baker , Madison Cotton , Hogan Garwood , Ryan Hansen , Johnny Parker , Lauren Shinkle , Andrew Pena , Maddie Sandifer , Graeham Watt , Rosie Walters, Audrey Fox, Phillip Glotzbach, Elizabeth Schmidt , Devin Mehringer, Lydia Schembre, Stacy Stofferahn and Tucker VanLeer.

Fourth grade, all As — Amelia Eibert, Brigitte Guzman, Brooke Joseph, Ellie Milan, Hudson Miller, Todd Priar, Anthony Quinn and Elizabeth Taylor.

Fourth grade, As and Bs — Eleni Arvanitis, Alex Badman, Nicolas Baker, Allan Boley, Nathan Buckner, Brenden Burtz, Abby Carter, Ava Cartwright, Megan Chiodo, Bryan Dick, Ben Fisher, Claire Flanagan, Andrew Hummel, Noor Kaur, Nick Kossos, Cole Laughlin, Gabby Lewis, Shannon Olejnik, Maddie Polizzi, Harper Ring, Alex Roth, Mason Sheets, Kaiden Smith and Evan Stader.

Third grade, all As — Zoe Arvanitis, Rylee Brims, Erin Emmick, Alexandria Hicks, Jack Keith, Henry Lamb, Holden McCune, Mary Reynolds, Kaelon Stofferahn, Emma Tarter and Megan Thompson.

Third grade, As and Bs — Nicole Abell, Annika Christiansen, Seth Firkins, and Alyssa Kelly, Marron Maish, Riley Mehringer, Jackson Saupp, Tessa Van Leer and Anna Walker.

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