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May 29, 2013

Cold Springs Elementary 4th 9 weeks honor roll

COLD SPRINGS — All As

• First Grade: Cole Bales, Landon Bishop, Zane Brown, Ella Bruer, Ciara Calvert, Lucas Dunlap, Caden Franklin, Kaiden Graves, Emma Hancock, Trinity Hatfield, Alex Hastings, Amanda Henry, Grey Johnson, Jack Kilgo, Ashton Lambing, Abby Livingston, Haylee Mickle, Ben Montgomery, Evan Myers, Ethan Nabors, Reagan Parris, Kyler Pugh, Alex Quakenbush, Chyann Simmons, Journee Swann, Malaya Taylor, Dakota Vines, Mary Warden, Cloe Waters, Allison White, Kaylee Windsor

• Second Grade: Brodee Bartlett, Brody Belcher, Justin Caffee, Ian Carpenter, Carley Davis, Dalton Dempsey, Brooklyn Jackson, Cody Jewell, Mitchell Kidd, Mia Light, Savana McAnnally, Sarah Moore, Brianna Nabors, Madison Perdue, Anna Rollo, Jacob Rollo, Madison Self, Cole Shelton, Chloe Shipp, Hailee Steadman, Cody Smith, Kada Terry, Carson Thomason, Lacy Twilley, Lydia Twilley, Cayden Wilson

• Third Grade: Cody Bales, Emma Black, Hunter Calvert, Bradley Cook, Sam Gable, Houston Goodwin, Lilly Gunn, Cole Higginbotham, Tanner Kilgo, Reba McCarn, Heidi Nichols, Alethia Sanders, Bailey Sharp, Ella Stephenson, Brianna Swann, Zeke White, Seth Williams, Brennen Wilson, Amelia Wren

• Fourth Grade: Kyla Aaron, Ali Burleson, Brooke Crider, Anna Freeman, Annelise Hyche, Savana Jackson, Slade Johnson, Dylan Marcum, Maddie Mitchell, Andrew Weaver, Toni West, Brodi Williams, Cameron Williams, Mary Woodard, Evan Wren

• Fifth Grade: Mallory Ballenger, Natalie Davis, Crimson Gann, Morgan Harris, Kadie Henderson, Destaney Hunter, Alyssa Jackson, Daniel Knowlton, Kailyn Manasco, Kalea Mickle, A.J. Miller, Abby Montgomery, Dalton Nabors, Jessi Pulliam, Logan Rice, Madisun Rhodes, Emily Sharp, Brooks Stephenson, Taylor Teems, Sadie Terry, Anna White

• Sixth Grade: Jake Abbott, Richard Armstrong, Kinley Campbell, Camryn Crider, Hayden Goodwin, Emmalie Holderfield, Will Myers, Aubrey Negron, Sydney Newton, Megan Parker, Dawson Ray, Clay Rollo, Emily Williams, Trentan Williams

As/Bs

• First Grade: Kerrigan Baty, Brayden Cates, Conner Clark, Gracie Cruce, Brodie Gable, Ashley Keller, Chace Lopez, Logan Oren, Hunter Parker, Makayla Raymond, Abby Wilcutt, Kortnie Williams

• Second Grade: Logan Ballenger, Dillan Burgess, Judson Bradley, Angel Cole, Jimmi Ellis, Shawn Harkness, Kaleb McNabb, Connor Phurrough, Leighann Quinn, Brantley Spurgeon, Isaac Swafford, Alexis Tidwell, Kaylee Thursby, Taylor Underwood, Nick White

• Third Grade: Linzi Abbott, Heidi Garmon, Wendy Hillman, Tristin Jewell, Kyrstin Lambing, Lakely Livingston, Holton McCoy, Peyton Minor, Alyssa Mitchell, Emily Parker, Gavin Parris, Brody Peppers, Gennie Puckett, Piper Stricklin, Ty Thompson, Billie Tucker, Blake Williams, Haley Williams, Abby Wright

• Fourth Grade: Lailie Allison, Lessie Allison, Breanna Bell, Gaven Brown, Madison Bruer, Emma Campbell, Morgan Chasteen, Ty Duke, Shawn Franklin, Caleb Godfrey, Maleah Hunter, Kaylee Keller, Brandon McClure, Jathan Meank, Bianca Messina, Delane Moore, Kendelynne Nowak, Lacey Rice, Kaleb Roberts, Shay Sellers, Destin Seymore, Nathan Smitherman, Kenneth Stewart, Chloe Stricklin, Lili Waters, Paxtyn Weaver, Sierra Zuehlke

• Fifth Grade: Clayton Aaron, Marisa Baker, Jazmin Bobo, Brittany Calvert, Justin Cole, Chris Cunningham, Neely Ellison, Dylan Gable, Emi Harbison, Hadley Hinds, Jordan Lacey, Madison Lynn, Jocelyn Manasco, Houston McCarn, Sadie McClendon, Vivan McMickens, Cassie Mitchell, Makayla Moore, Pace Morgan, Sam Rollo, Lizzie Rooker, Shanea Shipp, Denise Tucker, Dylan Vines, Aliya Wulf

• Sixth Grade: Destiney Ballenger, Kaleb Ballenger, Matthew Blair, Abi Burrow, Ty Calvert, Taylor Gable, Skye Knowles, Morgan Griffin, Mason Harris, Raegan Lindsey, Tyler McClendon, Kyleigh Merring, Stormy Schmidt, Tess Strawbridge, Sarah Stricklin, Will Swann, Treasure Tubbs, Kaitlyn Wright

 

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