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Fifty-one junior high students on second quarter honor roll PDF Print E-mail

By Jan Schultz
The Imperial Republican

Thirty-one eighth graders and 20 from the seventh grade class are listed on the second quarter honor roll at Chase County Schools.
The quarter ended right before the Christmas break. The 51 honor roll students represent 51% of the eight grade class and 44% of the seventh graders.
The honor roll is divided into three areas for recognition—All A, which is self-explanatory; high honor roll, received for earning all A’s and B’s; and the regular honor roll, which includes students earning nothing lower than one C among their quarter grades.    
Here is the second quarter honor roll list released by Guidance Counselor Donna Fisher.
All A honor roll
Emma Bauerle, Mitsy Cardoso, Mindy Castle, Jessica Hartman, Paige Spady, Makenna Wallin, Anna Bauerle, Alyssa Fisher, Korey Krutsinger, Abby Lopez.
High honor roll
Kelton Fisher, Janessa Haarberg, Celeste Juarez, MaKenna Ketter, Darin Knobbe, Jacob Lueth, Travis Luhrs, Ryan Moline, Emma Mollendor, Isaac Sorensen.
David Almanza, Makala Bartels, Kaycee Bubak, Ashlin Bussell, Cassie Burpo, Emma Engbrecht, Calen Griffen, Blair Hartman, Andrea Hogsett, Tapainga Kahle, Khristofer Kuhlmann, Bridget Langin, Aleida Marquez, Brittany Peters, Derek Schilke, Bailey Springer, Dan Sullivan, Elizabeth Tomky, Abbi Vetter, Justus Wallin.
Regular honor roll
Sergio Almanza, Valeria Cervantes, Aubrey Fisher, Tyler Jennings, Leslie Acosta, Cody Cochran, Sam Haarberg, Berenice Marquez, Abby Sorensen, Andrew Vaverek, Ally Vrbas.

 

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