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October 18, 2013

Vinemont Elementary School's first nine weeks honor roll

VINEMONT — VINEMONT Elementary

First Nine Weeks

All As

• First Grade: Christopher Abbott, Malicih Adams, Jon Bridges, Jazmyn Brown, Cayden Byram, Stormy Campbell, Gage Duncan, Christian Edmondson, Joshua Espindola, Destiny Espy, Natalie Evans, Jacob Hale, Lily Hasting, Zack Hawkins, Tess Jackson, Bradley Johnson, Hannah Johnson, Zane Jones, Caynon Klump, Rylan McRae, Ava McSwain, Marissa Mercer, Corey Parker, Samuel Pierce, Jonathan Roland, Aubrey Sandlin, Rush Sandlin, Trinity Sartin, Elli Shelton, Jakob Snyder, Kenzie Speakman, Isaiah Spicer, Carley Stephens, Alysa Stout, Destiny Stout, Haylie Sutfin, Kendra Watson, Ethan Wilhite, Lily Williams

• Second Grade: Isaiah Boyd, Jazmine Burley, Madison Crosslin, Oliver DeBoer, Kaden Graham, Toby Hill, Aubrey Jackson, Ashton Kelley, Brooklyn Knott, Jackson Lamon, Mildred Lemus, Callie Millwood, Kadence Pace, Vance Powell, Natalie Scott, Aura Simpson, Maci Smith, Mabry Thompson, Dawson Wilhite

• Third Grade: Ashlee Barber, Shaylynn Barnett, Daniel Brown, Noah Butterfly, Kelsey Campbell, Lani Carre, Brandon Cason, Bekah Clay, Dawson Crider, Savannah Drake, Berkley Gable, Bella Gingrich, Jake Gustafson, Emilie Hoffman, Savannah Keel, Asaac Moody, Zek Olinger, Brittany Parker, Hunter Russell, Chayce Sandlin, Lexi Sartin, Heather Sharpe, Brody Speer, Ayden Thomason, Lawson Whaley, Kimberly Wilt

• Fourth Grade: Destiny Bennett, Hunter Brock, Dakota Dunn, Jarrett Friedrich, Ethan Gay, Josh Gillott, Spencer Hasting, Kix Johnson, Ava Lewis, Christopher Martinez, Angela McDonald, Daisy McGraw, Seth Pierce, Savannah Raths, Irvin Rojas, Logan Smith, Alex Terry, Jordan Whitehead, Ava Woods

• Fifth Grade: Matthew Barnes, Tanner Brown, Emily Cheatwood, Allison Doyle, Logan Drake, Antoniyo Gay, Madison Hawkins, Hailey Henderson, Hailee Moore, Elise Payne, Austin Riddle, Caleb Sharpe, Sky Thomas

As/Bs

• First Grade: Caiden Aldridge, Erin Anderson, Chase Bennett, Dekota Crider, Haley Duckett, Lauren Elliott, Peyton England, Joseph Gardner, Christian Hart, Elijah Holmes, MaKenna Howard, Brianna Johnson, Mackenzie Johnson, Briana Leigeber, Jimmy Martinez, Kaylee Martinez, Elizabeth Mitchell, Chad Reynolds, Emma Rivera, Hayden Robinson, Carson Sanders, Lily Steimle, Easton Thompson, Breanna White, Aaron Wilt

• Second Grade: Jaden Baker, Ali Bennett, Thomas Brown, Jasmin Chino, Kassia Cottingham, Emma Dortch, Kimmy Driver, Katelyn Evans, Braeden Giles, Jana Harbison, Brianna Harden, Loretta Harvell, William Hathaway, Jaxon Holcomb, Maverick Johnson, Isaiah Jones, Gryffen King, Skyla Pair, Ava Pullium, Logan Raney, Cheyann Register, Evan Shelton, Jay Shipp, Abi Tankersley, Culley Welch, Parker Williams

• Third Grade: Cade Arnold, Elijah Byram, Bryan Chino, Logan Ford, Saul Fuentes, Gracie Goodwin, Blake Heaton, Zoe Holcomb, Kayla Johnson, Eli Keel, Savannah Mann, Jurnee Marotz, Ashlyn Mitchell, Weston Montgomery, Laya Moreno, Allie Mullins, Morgan Nail, MaKayla Noblett, Jared Ransom, Katie Reynolds, Brock Stevens, Zoe Taylor, Dalton Thomason, Shelby Thompson, Gracie Walker, Cylas Yarbrough

• Fourth Grade: Autumn Armstrong, Lydia Baker, Rowan Brunner, Kel Campbell, Mariam Chino, Caleb Driver, Leann Elliott, Graham Gilbreath, Enrique Gutierrez, Della Hand, Kendall Harbison, Abby Harden, Paige Holcomb, Star Kelley, Nicholas Laningham, Justin Marotz, Sylvia Miasek, Colby Miller, Belen Monterrosas, Corie Partain, Austin Richardson, Sydney Rutherford, Nathan Snyder, Justin Thomas, Easton Whatley, Preston Williams

• Fifth Grade: Zach Boyd, Caleb Butler, Jordan Chambless, Mary Clay, Clay Copeland, Dylan Crider, Ethan Douglas, Mason Gay, Carson Greer, IdaLee Greer, Madysen Hacker, Corey Harrington, Alexis Holmes, Leidy Jimenez, Olivia Johnson, Curtis Kennedy, Katie Landreth, Mackenzie Lawrence, Ethan Martin, Hanna McDonald, Bosten McDuffee, Lainey Moses, Yadria Sanchez, William Rhodes, Jonathan Rojas, Anna Smith, Trinity Snyder, Jayden Thompson, A.J. Turner, Reagan Waldrep, Karli Walker, Maria Whatley, Elexis Wilhite, Tristan Wilson

 

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