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April 29, 2014

Avon Middle School South honor roll

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Seventh grade, all As — Audra Acton, Muhammad Alloosh, MacKenzie Arakawa, Kaitlyn Biggs, Delaney Butler, Edwin Cardona, Megan Castrataro, Sara Contreras, Elizabeth Eckert, Marlene Espinoza, Sydney Ford, Jake Francis, Samuel Gillam, Kyla Helm, Taryn John, Alyssa Jones, Lauren Kirchhoff, Claire Krober, Nicolas Lamb, Minette Lambert, Aidan LeBlanc, Jacie Little, La’Pam-ela Long, Erin McLain, Victoria Meunier, Owen Meyer, Jessica Miller, Nathan Miller, Mariko Moloney, Micah Morefield, Elizabeth Myers, Jack Myers, Lauren Myers, Sarah Nawar, Lauren Paquette, Richard Perez-Vanegas, Kelsie Peters, Jasmine Pond, Griffin Rahn, Mikenzie Roberts, Bridgette Schabel, Samantha Scott, Hannah Simmon, Zoe Smith, Samuel Sparzo, Bartosz Stoppel, Riley Surber, Joshua Susana, Anna Unison, Alexander VanHandel, Connor Wakefield, Reece Westfall, Melanie Wheeler, Renee Wright and Victoria Zinyemba.

Seventh grade, As and Bs — Mathew Aleksa, Timothy Anderson, Eric Ayler, Cherokee Barefield, Conner Barnes, Victoria Barnhill, Addison Batton, Austin Baugh, Devin Bell, Diamond Bell, Andrew Brennan, Laraib Butt, Makensie Cain, Graeme Caldwell, Brookelynn Cardwell, Elise Carmichael, Erin Carmichael, Natalie Castaneda, Alexis Clark, Sarah Creighton, AleJa Culbreath, Derek Custer, Heidi Dendler, William Denny, Payton Dilk, Camoni Easton, Esther Egunyomi, Savannah Embry, Jared England, Rebecca Fales, Abygale Fisher, Tamia Fitzgerald, Emanuel Fonville, Kathryn Gardiner, Nicolas Gargano, Carter Gibbons, Kirit Gill, Sydney Glover, Jordan Goddard, Reighan Grandolfo, Amber Gregory, Alex Griffith, Riley Grimes, Rachel Harden, Joseph Harlan, Jacob Hayden, Kaitlin Holland, Abigail Holmer, Madison Holmer, William Hughes, Nam Huynh, Sampson James, Jordan Jarabek, Cory Jarrett, Jaylen Jennings, Alisa Johnson, Luke Johnson, Janaiah Jones, Justin Kelso, Andrea King, Brianna Kintyle, Kaytee Kress, Daniel Kruze, Madelynne Lepsky, Michenna Livengood, Lily Madison, Tasneem Mahareeq, Nicholas Mahoney, Nadia Martinez, Cedric McBride, Lauren McClain, William McCoy, Kylee McLain-Tucker, Cara Merkel, Matthew Monzingo, Brooke Moore, Paris Moore, Paola Morales, Tyler Morris, Jeremiah Najera, Sara Nanninga, Kyla Newman, Chloe Nirrengarten, Jeegar Patel, Evan Peterson, Kendyl Phelps, Soha Qureshi, Evan Reeder, Chloe Rickenbach, Marcus Rodkey, Megan Rosich, Randel Russell, Laura Ryle, Daniela Samuel, Manjot Sandhu, Marc Santos, Alanna Scanland, Derek Selge, Damion Shafer, Sarah Shah, Jaden Sheets, Dylan Shouse-Schmidt, Faith Simone, Mason Stemler, Ashley Stoller, Skylar Stone, Travis Sturm, Sophie Summers, Brentt Tanis, Mariah Taulman, Quinyettia Thomas-Martin, Ava Torrance, Ryan Tran, Jack Vellky, Taylor Vest, Jalynn Waites, Chayce Watson, Caleb Whitesell, Cole Wichman, Andrew Wiggs, Lindsey Willis, Melinah Zorniger and Cooper Zuranski.

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