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April 19, 2012

Chalk Talk April 19, 2012

General Myer Elementary School

The following students received awards for the General Myer School academics program and honor roll. The staff congratulates the students and is very proud of them.

Academics: Harleigh Peck, Robert Sangvic, Annie Ricks, Khyla Jones, Dakota Bergemann, Kacie Visconti, Ryah Taylor, Caitlin Nowell, Adaesia Hollis, Jeffrey Craig, Heather Valdez, Kallie Woods, Alexa Zaruba, Eri’Aysha Lofton, and Jaelyn Taylor.

Honor Roll, grade-point-average 3.5: Daniel Diaz, Mayelyne Larios, Clea McCaa, Lucas McIver, Celina Peter, Ilana Smalls, Grant Witkop, Alyssa Anderson, Daniella Ciccone, Venus Contreras, Eric Cunningham, Payton Foster, Caleb Larson, Devony Martell, Isabelle Mitchell, Blade Cintron, Garran Marshall, Abby Rodriguez, Dejia Thompson, Annalisa Lee, Cassidy McNichol, Gus Wirth, Alisa Sandoval, Thalia Fraser, Tre’von Brooks, Cody Hull, Khyla Jones, Coby Martin, Elise McClanahan, Mason Mitchelle, Luke Mitter, Zoe Rodriguez, Clay Rodunardt, Julia Tenpenny, Zachary Wiman, Michael Kim, Shaun Jones, Ryan Gonzalez, Wally Donalbain, Maliyah Britt, Courtney Colburn, Aeysha Edwards, Alyssa Garcia, David “Manu” Guzman, Timothy Hakes, David Hannum, Kenneth Holmes III, Chantal Lee, Anastazia Lozada, Stephen Trevino, Lauren Venuti, Malik Baker-Heard, Anna Rawlings, Ryah Taylor, Nicholas Connaughton, Alicia Houston, Annabelle McClanahan, Taylor McGarrah, Evan Shreffler, Cameron Wise, Pearce Alonzo, Kayla Baird, Terrence Baumgartner, Briana Collier, Hayle Diaz, Adaesia Hollis, Kaylee Millett, Danasia Stewart, Kaleb Theobald, Zariah Thompson, Christopher Wills, Matthew Buchenhain, Jeffrey Craig, Jolie Durden, Lalasa Glenn, Taylor Ham, Joseph Nottingham, Tristan Pralle, Daymiane Smith, Avery Snyder, Aaron Bowles, Sophia Hannum, Emily Into, Joshua Sproul, Payton Street, Ashley Gonzalez, Grace Kim, Jacob Lishnoff, Keaton Lemelin, Troy Mananghaya, Christopher Miller, Morgan Witkop, Kallie Woods, Darien Streight, Victorea Sangvic, Tyler Mullins, Chloe Gonato, Zerah Caoile, Eseline Ahsoon, Myah Childs, Evan Scarborough, Ava Tenpenny, Strati Young, Kylee Anderson, Joshua Bell, Loki Bowen, Mikayla Bredshall, Madison Forsyther, Emily Gilbert, Jaeda Hart, and Daven McClellan.

Principal’s Honor Roll, grade-point-average 4.0: John Byrd, Amelia Lozano, Christian Bransford, Nick Hollo, Harleigh Peck, Jack Faulkner, Braden Fisher, Camden Miller, Anna Ring, Robert Sangvic, Annie Ricks, Madison Emery, Brandon Deleon, Vivian Wagner, Kristi Mendenhall, Isabella Walters, Veronica Serrano, Jorge Otero, Kaila Hart, Nick Campbell, Tamia Booth, Dakota Bergemann, Laila Avery, Bailey Clark, Brandon Lopez, Mariah Pierre, Kacie Visconti, Madison Fichter, Katelyn Cremidis, Emma Elliott, Ashley Hall, Sierra Moreno, Lauren Brown, Meghan Campbell, Nicholas Carlson, Michela Foreman, Christina Lombardi, Connor Stone, Joncarl Vera, Deveny Reynolds, Gordon Chambers, and Riley Schulte.




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