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Seventy-two on first quarter high school honor roll PDF Print E-mail

By Jan Schultz
The Imperial Republican

Twenty-five high school students earned All A’s, or a 4.0 GPA, during the first quarter of the 2012-13 school year at Chase County Schools.
Another 47 students in grades 9-12 made the regular honor roll, which requires a 3.5 to 3.999 GPA, totaling 72 students recognized for their grades the first quarter.
Counselor Trent Herbert released the names last week following completion of the first quarter on Oct. 26.
Here are the high school’s honor roll students.

  • All “A” Honor Roll—Carlos Chavez Enriquez, Michael Musgrove, Emma Bauerle, Mitsy Cardoso, Mindy Castle, Jessica Hartman, Paige Spady, Makenna Wallin, Anna Bauerle, Cassandra Burpo, Samuel Haarberg, Naomi Harmon, Andrea Hogsett, Kristen Jussel, Tapainga Kahle, Korey Krutsinger, Bridget Langin, Justin German, Spencer Hartman, Mason Holmes, Emily Johnston, Sandra Jones, Emily Owens, Abby Polly, Bethany Sorensen.
  • Regular Honor Roll—Charlie Carter, Makayla DaMoude, Alyssa Moreno, Kristina Pflum, Kymberli Rowley, Indy Smith, Taylor Wilson, Brian Burpo, Valeria Cervantes,Kelton Fisher, Janessa Haarberg, Frederick Kasselman, MaKenna Ketter, Darin Knobbe, Travis Luhrs, Ryan Moline, Emma Mollendor, Leslie Acosta, David Almanza, Kaycee Bubak, Rachelle Carmin, Calen Griffin, Jodi Koellner, Khristofer Kuhlmann, Esther Lopez, Aleida Marquez, Berenice Marquez, Brittany Peters, Abby Sorensen, Bailey Springer, Daniel Sullivan, Elizabeth Tomky, Andrew Vaverek, Allyson Vrbas, Kelsey Wood, Morgan Fisher, Brian Frosh-Bell, Ethan Haarberg, Sabrina Hayes, Shandra Johnson, Courtney Kunnemann, Callin Ledall, Michael May, Michaela Space, Hunter Spady, Rosalia Torres, Maddison Vaverek.
 

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