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February 8, 2011

Avon Middle School North honor roll

AVON —    Eighth grade, all As— William Anderson, Lauren Briskey, Alexis Britt, Rachel Burns, Jesse Chasteen, Austin Cobb, Christopher Costelle, Megan Crawford, Ram Dent, Stephanie Forsythe, Anthony Gray, Jordan Greenwood, Bradley Guerrettaz, Ariel Heavrin, Megan Hill, Claire Jackson, Evan Jones, Madison Keele, Courtney Kerr, Hannah Klotzsche, Daniel Kobold, Alex Layton, James Ledbetter, Gabrielle Long, Katherine Miller, Houston Moran, Megan   Ooley, Amee Sangani, Justin Scott, Claire Spencer, Matthew Stall, Zachary Towle, Zachary Van Duyn, and Jade Weilbrenner.

Eighth grade, As and Bs— Mary Abramson, Kierra Adams, Jayde Alberts, Alexis Anderson, Ashley Anderson, Natalie Anderson, Megan Badgley, Dillon Baker, Caitlyn Beard, Patrick Bennett, Kathryn Brannan, Zachary Brodnik, Christina Bruce, Allison Brummer, Jacob Buchanan, Bryce Cirbo, Jeremy Coats, Ryan Colburn, Alexandra Cook, Kendall Coss, Caleb Cullen, Devin Elmlinger, Nolan Enlow, Madison Forbing, Peter Gaudet, Emma Gronotte, Allyson Gudat, Mallory Harpe, Jacob Harrison, Brooke Hasty, Evan Heck, Eric Hochgesang, Alexandria Holman, Caleb Hunt, Andrew Huskisson, Chandler Inman, Brenna Jameson, Summer Jenkins, Isaac Jinks, Olivia Johnson, Taylor Johnson, Jennifer Jones, Amanda Kavanagh, Madison Koenig, Nakayla Krahn, Griffin Lenz, Rachel Long, Ciara Luckett, Alissa Lustgarten, Grace Malson, Danielle Maxwell, Alanna McCaslin, Marissa McDowell, Aiden   Medellin, Leonardo Merchan, Deja Mixon, Jesse Moore, Samuel Moore, Kelsie Mothersead, Joelle Navarro, Rachel Nguyen, Quentin Rasmussen, Caylin  Readus, Hannah Reeves-Herran, Alissa Rhoades, Dominic Rondinella, Sabrina  Ruiz, Madilyn Scheessele, Jade Schmid, Jason Seest, Kaley Seger, Victoria  Siuzdak, Madison Slade, Evan Snodgrass, Robert Stephan, Bailee Storms, Zuhayr Syed, Blake Troutman, Devin Vosefski, Danielle Ware, Adam   Wenning, Savannah White, Amanda Williams, Maria Willkie, Kameron Wilson, Monica  Wolfe, Aaron Youngs, and Nicholas Zuranski.

Seventh grade, all As— Amanda Alcorn, Mallory Alcorn, Ethan Ames, Maddison Brock, Brooke Christian, Victoria Coy, Mikayla Curry, Jessica Devine, Michaela Dornfeld, Kaitlynn Drake, Alexandra Edgecomb, Lauren Euler, Colleen Fay, Camille Goodwyn, Paige Hawk, Qarch Hawk, Marissa Johnson, Noah Johnson, Kaylee Kerr, Michael Kuzma, Ryan Lingle, Nicole Mahlmann, Cameron Michael, Anthony Newbern, Makenzi Nyland, Justin Randall, Keidre Reed, Nicholas Rice, Liza Russell, Alexandria Samons, Caitlin Sever, Joshua  Simpson, Katherine Simpson, Ryan Spear, Patrick Spencer, Nikola Vekic, Kaylin Venezia, Benjamin Wilson, Bailey Wulle, and Brady Zeller.

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