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October 29, 2013

Holly Pond Elementary's honor roll for first nine weeks

HOLLY POND — HOLLY POND ELEMENTARY

First Nine Weeks

All As

• First Grade: Jose Aguilar, Adrian Alverado, Diego Arreguin, Silas Baty, Brooklyn Baughman, Anya Bolzle, Sarah Brown, Joseph Farris, Mia Fortner, John Frasier, Darla Fredrick, Megan Fry, John Garcia, Gabriella Hallmark, Jacob Hays, Karen Johns, Tatum Mayfield, Jayda Miller, Alexis Millican, Ross Nelson, Westin O’Ryan, Courtney Parker, Alana Phillips, Joshua Putman, Matthew Putman, Ben Raley, Blake Rickard, Aubrey Smith, Kaden Smith, Libby Stallings, Brody Washburn

• Second Grade: Marleigh Arthur, Emery Barnett, Kollin Brown, Wyatt Buchanan, Elissa Burks, Alivia Farr, Jayden Holloway, Tessa Jones

• Third Grade: Emily Brooks, Eli Chaney, Lexi Farr, Makayla Fields, Diego Garcia, Ella Harris, Kaeley Loyd, John Martin, Kylee Miller, Alexis Pitts, J.T. Riley, Cally Taylor, Ryan Thompson, Breanna White, Maddie Wood

• Fourth Grade: Aleah Ayers, Molly Barnett, Rebecca Bell, Kaci Creel, Luke Denton, Tucker Gambrill, Evehan Hayes, Clay Kubler, Abigail Kusz, Kenan Pierce, Maureen Worthington

• Fifth Grade: Casey Brown, Camilla Chambers, Tate Duke, Sarah Finley, Druss Hays, Jessie Henderson, Parker Kelsoe, Shaun Thompson

As/Bs

• First Grade: Kaden Alexander, Nevaeh Carrillo, Maddie Clayton, Kevin Davis, Gissel Diaz, Abigail Easterwood, Riley Fortner, Charlee Gloasscock, Sadie Graham, Kirsten Grizzard, Jaxon Hayes, Brody Howard, Dixie Ledlow, Sophie Lowery, Kaecey Loyd, Dolton Sharpe, Jordan Smith, Piper Stricklin, Clay Tipton, Auburn Waldrop, Jackson Wilkins

• Second Grade: Allie Armstrong, Andrew Bell, A.J. Crutchfield, Emma Earl, Carmen Foust, Xander Fowler, Allie Hamm, Rex Harrison, Jonathan Haynes, Brodie Hickok, Lauryn Hoffman, Hunter Holmes, Emma Laney, Levi Lynn, Kaylee Rohrscheib, Laci Segrest

• Third Grade: Ivy Beasley, Will Benefield, Hunter Bradford, Nathan Carter, Cole Clayton, Ty Federer, Trystan Gray, Austin Hayes, Kade Horton, Austin Huddleston, Aliyah Ludwig, Connor Naramore, Dakota Price, Madyson Rickman, Ashlyn Smith, Dawson Strickland, Bai Widner

• Fourth Grade: Addison Armstrong, Laura Black, Tristin Brown, Jebb Bryan, Trinity Dillard, Trinity Downing, Klow Drane, Mattie Earl, Hunter Farr, Madison Frnka, Cidney Hays, Lexie Huddleston, Joe Hudspeth, Paige Hudspeth, Isaac Jackson, Kara Kelsoe, Emma Leach, Carter Martin, Raeleigh Olinger, Ryleigh O’Ryan, Paris Pannell, Kaitlyn Parker, Madison Phillips, Raven Picard, Wendy Prince, Yahir Quintero, Victoria Riley, Brooks Rosson, Todd Sears, Alexa Shivers, Emma Spitzer, Kaylee Stallings, Memphis Stover, Kadin Suryono, Jacob Turner, Kennedy Twilley, Trenton Welsh, Christian Whitehead

• Fifth Grade: Mikayla Brakefield, Tacoma Brown, Isaac Daniel, Abigail Downing, Ethan Fowler, Mary Gilley, Logan Guthery, Aaiyden Hayes, Ben Heatherly, Charlie Huddleston, Ulises Lopez-Guillermo, Parker Odeneal, Ginny Rasbury, Haley Richter, Matthew Roberson, Landon Rowell, Parker Sellers, Lane Tipton, Kathleen Whatley



 

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