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March 24, 2012

Cold Springs Elementary's third nine weeks honor roll

CULLMAN — COLD SPRINGS Elementary

Third Nine Weeks

All As

‰ First Grade: Brodee Bartlett, Brody Belcher, Dezmon Estell, Mitchell Kidd, Carmel Messina, Sarah Moore, Anna Rollo, Cole Shelton, Chloe Shipp, Brantley Spurgeon, Hailee Steadmon, Kada Terry, Breanna White, Shawn Harkness, Cody Jewell, Christian Manning, Savana McAnnally, Isaac Swafford, Madison Perdue, Logan Ballenger, Carley Davis, Landeigh James, Carson Thomason, Dalton Dempsey, Justin Caffee, Cody Smith

‰ Second Grade: Houston Goodwin, Lilly Gunn, Heidi Nichols, Amelia Wren, Danny Alexander, Cody Bales, Emma Black, Alyssa Mitchell, Aletheia Sanders, Bailey Sharp, Ella Stephenson, Zeke White, Brianna Swann, Tanner Kilgo

‰ Third Grade: Anna Freeman, Maddie Mitchell, Andrew Weaver, Mary Woodard, Sierra Zuehlke, Kyla Aaron, Brook Crider, Toni West, Brodi Williams, Slade Johnson, Annelise Hyche, Ali Burleson, Emma Campbell, Gage McGrath, Lacey Rice, Evan Wren, Madison Bruer, Savanna Jackson, Dylan Marcum, Cameron Scearce-Williams, Destin Seymore

‰ Fourth Grade: Kalea Mickle, A.J. Miller, Mallory Ballenger, Emi Harbison, Morgan Harris, Kadie Henderson, Hadley Hinds, Alyssa Jackson, Daniel Knowlton, Vivian McMickens, Jessi Pulliam, Shanea Shipp, Brooks Stephenson, Brittney Calvert, Houston McCarn, Dalton Nabors, Emily Sharp, Madison Watson, Aliya Wulf

‰ Fifth Grade: Mason Harris, Noah Fendley, Jake Abbott, Sydney Newton, Tess Strawbridge, Richard Armstrong, Treasure Tubbs, Kinley Campbell, Camryn Crider, Hayden Goodwin, Will Myers, Aubrey Negron, Clay Rollo, Katie Wright, Stormie Schmidt, Trentan Williams, Emmalie Holderfield, Dawson Ray, Ty Calvert

‰ Sixth Grade: Layla Finley, Kasey Johnson, Kelsey Johnson, Morgan Calvert, Peyton Dunn, Sam Knowlton, Jada Peterson, Savanna Taylor, Jeremiah Wilson

As/Bs

‰ First Grade: Mia Light, Ansley Richardson, Zachary Rooker, Judson Bradley, Angel Cole, Jimmi Ellis, Connor Phurrough, Leighann Quinn, Jacob Rollo, Madison Self, Dylan Smith, Nicholas White, Mary Mealer, Hannah Myers, Alena Beck, Kristian Strickland, Taylor Underwood, Kaylee Thursby, Adasia Baker, Brianna Nabors

‰ Second Grade: Heidi Garmon, Tyler Lively, Amanda Mealer, D.J. Slaughter, Ty Thompson, Blake Williams, Billie Norris, Gavin Parris, Abby Wright, Bradley Cook, Samuel Gable, Wendy Hillman, Lakely Livingston, Peyton Minor, Brody Peppers

‰ Third Grade: Breanna Bell, Micah Calvert, Dillan Dempsey, Nathan Smitherman, Charlotte Starnes, Kenneth Stewart, Lili Waters, Adam Young, Morgan Chasteen, Nicholas Kimbrough, Shay Sellers, Kaylee Keller, Ayden Alexander, Candace Tatum, Kendelynne Nowak, Kaleb Roberts, Gaven Brown, Brodie Calvert, Kailey Chilcoat, Ty Duke, Caiden McClendon, Bianca Messina, Delane Moore

‰ Fourth Grade: Chris Cunningham, Sadie McClendon, Matthew McKinney, Abby Montgomery, Taylor Teems, Robert Turner, Anna White, Hannah Drummond, Neely Ellison, Dylan Gable, Grant Lang, Makayla Moore, Sam Rollo, Clayton Aaron, Natalie Davis, Crimson Gann, Destaney Hunter, Cassie Mitchell, Daniel Mitchell, Logan Rice, Sadie Terry, Dylan Vines

‰ Fifth Grade: Kyleigh Merring, Christopher Myers, Desmarie Moore, Caroline Deerman, Scott Starnes, Matthew Blair, Destiny Ballenger, Abi Burrow, Conor Hutchins, David Cole Jacobs, Will Swann, Ashleigh White, Skye Knowles, Summer Schmidt, Raegan Lindsey, Cole Garmon, Jasmin Hight, Austin McCarn

‰ Sixth Grade: Jarrett Cole, Tyler Mauldin, Hannah McCay, Hailey McClendon, Lilly McSpadden, Shelby Moore, Della Parker, Taylor Sisco, Cody Banks, Dylan Byrd, Creed Calvert, Jon Campbell, Trinity Davis, Sidney Fuller, Autumn Hood, Hunter McClendon, Samantha Wilcutt, Kyle Wright, Kera Auston, Taylor Chambers, Justice Chasteen, Grant Cook, Katie Dollar, Rachel Haynes, Kelsey Heatherly, Rebecca Nabors, Jenica Oren, Clint Phillips, Brittany Thomas

 

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