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May 29, 2013

Vinemont Elementary School 4th 9 weeks honor roll

VINEMONT — All As

• First Grade: Isaiah Boyd, Jazmine Burley, Kyser Campbell, Jazmin Chino, Emma Dortch, Carter Douglas, Noah Douglas, Katelyn Evans, Cale Foster, Kaden Graham, Jana Harbison, Brianna Harden, Toby Hill, Aubrey Jackson, Isaiah Jones, Ashton Kelley, Brooklyn Knott, Jackson Lamon, Mildred Lemus, Katie Lewis, Rianna Mosley, Callie Millwood, Kadence Pace, Jacob Potter, Vance Powell, Logan Raney, Natalie Scott, Maci Smith, Mabry Thompson, Dawson Wilhite, Parker Williams

• Second Grade: Ashlee Barber, Shaylynn Barnett, Kelsey Campbell, Lani Carre, Brandon Cason, Bekah Clay, Savannah Drake, Macie Dyer, Bella Gingrich, Jake Gustafson, Emilie Hoffman, Savannah Keel, Brittany Parker, Brock Garrett, Lexi Sartin, Heather Sharpe, Ayden Thomason, Lawson Whaley, Kimberly Wilt

• Third Grade: Lydia Baker, Destiny Bennett, Hunter Brock, Rowan Brunner, Mariam Chino, Caleb Driver, Dakota Dunn, Leann Elliott, Jarrett Friedrich, Graham Gilbreath, Joshua Gillott, Enrique Gutierrez, Peyton Hacker, J.P. Johsnon, Ava Lewis, Christopher Marinez, Colby Miller, Addie Mincey, Belen Monterrosas, Seth Pierce, Savannah Raths, Austin Richardson, Irvin Rojas, Logan Smith, Alex Terry, Junior Thomas, Easton Whatley, Jordan Whithead, Preston Williams, Ava Woods

• Fourth Grade: Matthew Barnes, Tanner Brown, Jordan Chambless, Mary Clay, Logan Drake, Antoniyo Gay, Elise Payne, Austin Riddle, Sky Thomas

• Fifth Grade: Mahala Bennefield, Emily Dyer, Joshua Fuentes, Abby Jennings, Katch Johnson, Carter Lindsey, Benjamin Mann, Emily Mathis, Graham Nelson, Jessica Ortiz, Carson Partain, Caleb Pierce, Allison Powe, Ivy Preiss, Kinlee Puckett, Hannah Roland, Wyatt Thomason, Dalton Whitehead

As/Bs

• First Grade: Maycie Black, Kassia Cottingham, Madison Crosslin, Oliver DeBoer, Braeden Giles, William Hathaway, Jeremy Harbison, Jaxon Holcomb, Landon Johnson, Caleb Mitchell, Colton Parker, Skyla Pair, Aubrey Powell, Sydney Ramey, Matthew Richter, Ciara Rusk, Griffin Sarich, Zavier Sellers, Emma Smith, Sarah Smitherman, Abi Tankserley, Cully Welch, Ethan Wiggins

• Second Grade: Johnny Aquite, Daniel Brown, Noah Butterfly, Bryan Chino, Logan Ford, Berkley Gable, Blake Heaton, Eli Keel, Jessica Kilgo, Savannah Mann, Kristen Meriwether, Isaac Moody, Makayla Noblett, Zek Olinger, Colton Parker, Jared Ransom, Hunter Russell, Chayce Sandlin, Aura Simpson, Brody Speer, Ronnie Stephenson, Zoe Taylor, Gracie Walker

• Third Grade: Hunter Bennett, Camden Burlwy, Kel Campbell, Chandler Graves, Della Hand, Kendall Harbison, Abby Harden, Spencer Hasting, Ella Hill, Paige Holcomb, Kix Johnson, Kristi Johnson, Star Kelley, Angela McDonald, Daisy McGraw, Corie Partain, Jerizzia Perez, Kylie Raney, Skyler Richter, Sydney Rutherford, Nathan Snyder, Destiney Turner, Angel Wiggins

• Fourth Grade: Brittani Alcala, Zaiah Allen, Caleb Butler, Emily Cheatwood, Clay Copeland, Allison Doyle, Houstan Gardner, Mason Gay, Deacon Gurganus, Hailey Henderson, Alexis Holmes, Noah Holmes, Sasha Hunter, Leidy Jimenez, Olivia Johnson, Ethan Martin, Hanna McDonald, Bosten McDuffee, Hailee Moore, Lainey Moses, Madelyn Oden, Yadira Perez, Gracie Phillips, Caleb Sharpe, Anna Smith, Trinity Snyder, A.J. Turner, Karli Walker

• Fifth Grade: Lucky Armstrong, Blake Arrington, Ethan Boyd, Timothy Carter, Valerie Cofer, Dallin Dinkle, Jordan Hall, Connor Handley, Jack Hill, Travis Hopper, Grace Kennedy, Cameron Looney, Jazmine Marsh, Dakota McGraw, Sarena Meriwether, Lucas Miller, Austin Millwood, Carlos Monterrosas, Katherine Morton, Zoie Pair, Heidi Palacios, Desiree Phillips, Bailey Preiss, Clay Rogers, Nathan Tucker, Wesley Wallis

 

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