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January 5, 2014

Eastern High School names first term honor roll

Eastern High School would like to recognize the students who made the honor roll in the first term of the 2013-14 school year.

The following students earned all A’s for a spot on the high honor roll:

• 12th grade – Lenka Alezarova, Brittany Arnold, Taylor Arnold, Logan Colwell, Joshua Dugdale, Rachel Echelbarger, Megan Hedges, Addison Hibst, Quinlyn Hochstedler, Claire Holkenbrink, Marie Holkenbrink, Riley Kanable, Kaytlynn Lawson, Allison Oyler, Corey Parton, Taylor Poer, William Porter, Cassandra Powell, Riley Shaw, Lindsey Taylor, Shawn Tokarcik, Chloe Unrein, Elena White, Mikayla Wickham, Hannah Williams, Kaitlyn Wolfe, Heather Wright and Mengyuan Zhu.

• 11th grade – Andrew Brewer, Courtney Clark,Elyssa DeAngulo,Tom Driver, Marissa Evenson, Robert Glickfield, Sarah Hapner, Taylor Holliday, Jennifer Keith, Brett Mullenix, Madisen Ramos, Matthew Simmerman, Trent Stiner, Katherine Swartzendruber and Laura White.

• 10th grade – Brenton Cherry, William Driver, Nathaniel Everett, Emily Harvath, Zachary Johnson, Carly Jones, Alexis Mentis, Marissa Middleton, Brandon Thomas, Megan Turnpaugh and Virginia White.

• Ninth grade – Kaitlin Adair, Jonathan Angius, Callie Burnette, Austin Campbell, Ethan Campbell, Jonathan Carter, Benjamin Cole, Shelby Comfort, Noah Connolly, Evan Ellis, Kaylie Forgrave, Brooke Haalck, Deanna Hedges, Hayley Higginbottom, Abigail Kolk, Hannah Lewellyn, Allison Salkie, Megan Standish, Emma Steward, Lucas VanMatre, Ally Wimmer and Kaleigh Zrenner.

The following students made the regular honor roll, which requires earning A’s and B’s:

• 12th grade – Kalli Beasley, Carolin Beckmann, Hannah Broo, Austin Buck, Mattison Buckley, Gabrielle Castillo, Linbo Chen, Allison Coles, Andrew Craig, Kaitlin Davis, Charles Doak, Kinsey Duke, Robert Duke, Savannah Fowler, Ciara Harden, Shelby Harvey, Kolton Huey, Mikaela Malott, Elizabeth Mavrick, Bobby Mendoza, Leah Michel, Miranda Middleton, Brittany Miller, Whitney Monize, James Nester, Megan Nicholson, Erika Northern, Abigail Oyler, Hannah Perryman, James Pyke, Savannah Rees, Ethan Richards, Kaleb Sanders, Andrea Smith, Joshua Smith, Tessa Smith, Joshua Sommers, Ty Swisher, John VanMatre, Malena Wolfe and Matthew Wylie.

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