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Chocowinity Primary School honor roll

Published 9:20pm Friday, February 22, 2013

HONOR ROLL

CHOCOWINITY PRIMARY SCHOOL

 

The following students were named to the Chocowinity Primary School Honor Roll for the second nine-weeks grading period:

All A’s

THIRD GRADE

JR Main,  Yasmine Woolard, Ashleigh Cash, Vernon Collins, Patrick Tyler, Shawn Gerard, Jessica Finch, Lillie Tyler, Alexis Whitehurst, Kylie Bowden, Ryan Edwards, Calista Latham, Jacob Lemieux, Cheyenne Wilson, Renardo Langley.

 

FOURTH GRADE

Lexi Buck, Makayla Robertson, Kyle McSweeney, Elizabeth Gagnon, Sarah Petty, LaQuisha Woolard and Saagar Desai.

 

 

A’s and B’s

 

THIRD GRADE

Amira Almontaser, Brandon Clark, Emery Grissom, Laura Hodges, Mychael Mason, Haley Popperwill, Will Rose, Paige Sawyer, Mackenzie Sparks, Alyssa Valdez, , Alexis Ward, Campbell Barnes, Matthew Bullock, Victor Gonzalez Rodriguez, Toree Mayo, Jaylen Oden, Alexis Rogers, Marla Cutler, Travis DeMercurio, Nicole Lilley, Alyssa Cartwright,  Xavier Casiano, Matthew Cole, Gracie Craig, Tatyanna Gibbs, Zac Lilley, Brooke Russell, Maya West, Aaron Anderson, Shantez Clark, Jada Gaynor, Marah Gottwalt, Grace Heitman, Omari Knight, Jalilah Lodge, Tyler Strickland, Austin Wray, Talia Askew,  Miranda Carawan, Dakota Elks, Moriah Jones, Destiny Ward, Takera Whitley, Dylan Wilkins.

 

FOURTH GRADE

Courtney Boyd, Kaleigh Crisp, Joshua Langley, Ryan Libengood, Caitlin Lynch, Peyton Twitty, Jalen Willis, Kevin Angeles Vargas, Jaqwan Cobb, Jasmine Davis, Gavin Jett, Genesis Latham, Allen Miller, Octavio Romero Corona, Taje Speller, Skyler Ward, Trinity Wiggins, Reagan Bunting, Jasper Clark, Jarrett Lohman, Sarah Banta, Nathan Cutler, Daviann Godley, Heather Mayo, Mojaya Moore, Sarai Rodriguez, Jacob Roughton, Delaney Ayers, Alyssa Ballance, Nicholas Crawford, Jordan Dixon, Joshua McRoy, Kelsey McRoy, Jade Mizell, Monaya Rodman and Jocelyn Vargas Armenta.

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