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May 29, 2013

Holly Pond Elementary's fourth nine weeks honor roll

HOLLY POND — All As

• First Grade: Marleigh Arthur, Emery Barnett, Andrew Bell, Kollin Brown, Wyatt Buchanan, Ellie Burks, Joshwa Dingler, Emma Earl, Alivia Farr, Carmen Foust, Xander Fowler, Kieran Gabriel, Carson Garrett, Rex Harrison, Lauryn Hoffman, Jayden Holloway, Abbey Jones, Phoebe Jones, Tessa Jones, Emma Laney, Elijah Link, Levi Lynn, Ashton Phillips, Laci Segrest, Trey Story, Abigail Whitehead

• Second Grade: Hunter Bradford, Emily Brooks, Diego Garcia, Ella Harris, Kade Horton, Tristan Ledlow, Kaeley Loyd, John Martin, Kylee Miller, Breanna White, Hailey Wood, Mattie Wood

• Third Grade: Aleah Ayers, Molly Barnett, Rebecca Bell, Kaci Creel, Luke Denton, Mattie Earl, Hunter Farr, Hunter Fry, Max Gambrill, Tucker Gambrill, Evehan Hayes, Isaac Jackson, Clay Kubler, Abigail Kusz, Emma Leach, Quincey Marks, Kenan Pierce, Brooks Rosson, Emma Spitzer, Nathan Thompson, Trenton Welsh, Brianna Whitehead, Christian Whitehead, Maureen Worthington

• Fourth Grade: Alexis Batemon, Mikayla Brakefield, Casey Brown, Camilla Chambers, Isaac Daniel, Tate Duke, Sarah Finley, Ethan Fowler, Aaiyden Hayes, Jessie Henderson, Ulises Lopez, Cody Lynn, Carson McKee, Joseph Norris, Matthew Roberson, Landon Rowell, Haley Richter, Shaun Thompson, Lane Tipton, Kathy Whatley

• Fifth Grade: Savannah Federer, Jordan Gambrill, Jace Grund, Reagan Johnson, Cooper Jones, Collin Leathers, Elizabeth Miller, Zack Reynolds, Kylie Ritchie, Shelby Williams

As/Bs

• First Grade: Olivia Barbee, Jarah Batemon, Harley Corbin, Connor Cothren, Allie Hamm, Conner Hastings, Jonathan Haynes, Brodie Hickok, Hunter Holmes, Jasmine Leatherwood, Grissom Mayfield, Molly Neal, Luis Orona, Noah Peterson, Kursten Putman, Kaylee Rohrscheib, Amelia Segrest, Pyper Shaw, Kamryn Tankersley, Jeremy Williams

• Second Grade: Jeffrey Aspinwall, Nate Carter, Eli Chaney, Cole Clayton, Levi Farr, Ty Federer, Makayla Fields, Samantha Giles, Abby Hamm, Aliyah Ludwig, Austin Marsh, Baylee Patterson, Alexis Pitts, Dakota Price, Madyson Rickman, Hayden Ritchie, Tanner Shoemaker, Ashlyn Smith, Dawson Strickland, Cally Taylor, Ryan Thompson, Bai Widner

• Third Grade: Eli Benefield, Xander Bonelli, Tristin Brown, Jebb Bryan, Alex Chaney, Maliki Chaney, Seth Collier, Trinity Dillard, Madison Frnka, Cidney Hays, Landon Hoffman, Logan Marsh, Carter Martin, Raeleigh Olinger, Paris Pannell, Kaitlyn Parker, Raven Picard, Wendy Prince, Katie Rickard, Yahir Quintero, Todd Sears, Kaylee Stallings, Kadin Suryono, Erica Turnbough, Jacob Turner

• Fourth Grade: Raven Aldridge, Brody Bagwell, Thomas Bell, Emily Bradford, Dylan Burgess, Hayden Carson, Dylan Cone, Desirae Corbin, Gunner Creel, Jordan Edge, Katie Farris, Dayden Floyd, Makenna Folds, Daron Giles, Rylan Griffin, Druss Hays, Jacob Holderfield, Brandon Holmes, Charlie Huddleston, Sarah Lancaster, Parker Odeneal, Shelbie Olinger, Jordan Segrest, Parker Sellers, Tyler Suryono, Kailee Widner

• Fifth Grade: Jordan Allbright, Christian Bagwell, J.T. Barbee, Katlin Brannon, Josey Brown, Dalton Bryan, Madison Cothren, Maddie East, August Floyd, Emily Harbin, Josie Harbison, Haley Hickok, Whitley Hill, Jurni Hoffman, Branson Hunter, Courtney Jones, Shannon Kitchens, J.J. Letson, Karli Marler, Anna Morris, Alliyah McGriff, Kameron McGriff, Nash Patterson, Colton Partain, Kalliann Perkins, Chassidy Putman, Autumn Sears, Andrew Shoemaker, Whitney Vincent, Skyler Welsh, Destiny Woodard

 

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