- Cullman, Alabama


April 21, 2014

Holly Pond Elementary's third nine-week honor roll


Third Nine Weeks

All As

• First Grade: Adrian Chan, Diego Arreguin, Sarah Brown, Corey Cummings, Gabrielle Hallmark, Jayda Miller, Ben Raley, Blake Rickard, Jose Aguilar, Kevin Davis, John Garcia, Sadie Graham, Dixie Ledlow, Kaecey Loyd, Anya Bolzle, Joseph Farris, Megan Fry, Carter Longshore, Alexis Millican, Westin O’Ryan, Courtney Parker, Kaden Smith, Libby Stallings, Silas Baty, Maddie Clayton, John Frasier, Jacob Hays, Tatum Mayfield, Aubrey Smith

• Second Grade: Marleigh Arthur, Emery Barnett, Wyatt Buchanan, Ellissa Burks, Alivia Farr, Carson Garrett, Jayden Holloway, Tessa Jones, Emma Laney

• Third Grade: Emily Brooks, Diego Garcia, Kade Horton, Kaeley Loyd, John Martin, Kylee Miller, Mattie Wood, Breanna White

• Fourth Grade: Aleah Ayers, Molly Barnett, Rebecca Bell, Luke Denton, Paige Hudspeth, Kaci Kreel, Clay Kubler, Abigail Kusz, Quincey Marks, Ryleigh O’Ryan, Kenan Pierce, Brooks Rosson, Kennedy Twilley, Maureen Worthington

• Fifth Grade: Emily Bradford, Casey Brown, Camillia Chambers, Isaac Daniel, Tate Duke, Sarah Finley, Druss Hays, Shaun Thompson, Kathy Whatley


• First Grade: Kayden Crigger, Gavin Gray, Gissel Orona, Alana Phillips, Matthew Puttman, Kaden Alexander, Allie Burnham, Abigail Easterwood, Brody Howard, Jackson Wilkins, Nevaeh Carrilllo, Darla Frederick, Kristen Grizzard, Ross Nelson, Joshua Putman, Brooklyn Baughman, Riley Fortner, Charlee Glasscock, Jaxon Hayes

• Second Grade: Gracie Armstrong, Andrew Bell, Maycie Black, Kollin Brown, A.J. Crutchfield, Emma Earl, Carmen Foust, Xander Fowler, Rex Harrison, Jonathan Haynes, Brodie Hickok, Lauryn Hoffman, Hunter Holmes, Phoebe Jones, Elijah Link, Levi Lynn, Kaylee Rohrscheib, Amelia Spitzer, Trey Story, Abigail Whitehead

• Third Grade: Ivy Beasley, Will Benefield, Chase Brazelton, Nathan Carter, Eli Chaney, Cole Clayton, Alijah Cook, Ty Federer, Makayla Fields, Trystan Gray, Ella Harris, Austin Huddleston, Tristan Ledlow, Aliyah Ludwig, Austin Marsh, Alexis Pitts, Madyson Rickman, J.T. Riley, Ashlyn Smith, Dawson Strickland, Ethan Tapscott, Morgan Turner, Bai Widner

• Fourth Grade: Addison Armstrong, Laura Black, Tristan Brown, Jebb Bryan, Seth Collier, Trinity Dillard, Trinity Downing, Kloe Drane, Mattie Earl, Hannah Echols, Hunter Farr, Madison Frnka, Hunter Fry, Tucker Gambrill, Evehan Hayes, Cidney Hays, Joe Hudspeth, Isaac Jackson, Kara Kelso, Emma Leach, Logan Marsh, Raeleigh Olinger, Paris Pannell, Kaitlyn Parker, Madison Phillips, Raven Picard, Christopher Putman, Yahir Quintero, Katie Rickard, Victoria Riley, Nate Snapp, Emma Spitzer, Kaylee Stallings, Memphis Stover, Kadin Suryono, Nathan Thompson, Jacob Turner, Trenton Welsh, Christian Whitehead

• Fifth Grade: Thomas Bell, Mikayla Brakefield, Hayden Carson, Gunner Creel, Abigail Downing, Jordan Edge, Makenna Folds, Zander Freeman, Daron Giles, Ben Heatherly, Jessie Henderson, Charlie Huddleston, Parker Kelsoe, Parker Odeneal, Shelbie Olinger, Matthew Roberson, Landon Rowell, Parker Sellers, Lane Tipton


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