- Cullman, Alabama


January 15, 2013

Parkside School second nine weeks honor roll


Second Nine Weeks

All As

• First Grade: Lucas West, Abbi Stricklin, Matthew Roberts, Gracen McCowen, Alma Martinez, Preston Howard, Eric Gonzalez, Aja Black, Reagan Dunkin, A.B. Martinez, Ethan Pearce, Dixie Plunkett, Coby Shackelford, Harper Shedd, Hunter Tompkins, Brittany Velazquez, Taylor Bullard, Hannah Corley, Damien Cornelius, Jayla Gorham, Britt Hardin, Sadie Smith

• Second Grade: Morgan Turner, Cooper Salazar, Baylee Hardin, Ethan Frazier, Emma Garcia, Karah Ford, Daniel Hostetler, Kaley Wilson, Landon Tweedie, Brianna Harbison, Kaya Stone, Cheyenne Whisenant, Carrington Chambers, Chloe Cox, Gage Garrison, Hayden Griffin, Raina King, Harli Reynolds, Tony Revera, Alexis Schafers, Miguel Gonzalez, Justin Satterfield

• Third Grade: Chloe Sandlin, Cameron Shedd, Michael Chambers, Hunter Murphree, Tatin Walker, Makayla Bennett, Makayla Latham, Aubrey Harris, Kaitlyn Benson, Ty Grigsby, Austin Johnson, Britley Whitehead, Brody Dugins, Clay Olson

• Fourth Grade: Isabella Olson, Eli Loyd, Trent Gorham

• Fifth Grade: Kursten Gregg, Jagger Corley, Morgan Haynes, Brittany Dingler, Charles Dukes, Jilly Frazier, Katelyn Headrick

• Sixth Grade: Elivia Jones, Gracie Loyd, Jaxon Dunn, Jacob Gilley, Caleb White, Kristen Hays, Cory Jenkins, Connor Tipton, Zane Whisenant

• Seventh Grade: Kaylan Blake, Kyndal Harper, Danielle Collins

• Eighth Grade: Mckenna Chambers, Taylor Dover, Morgan Wilson, Colton Patterson, Kyle Hays 


• First Grade: Emily Curvin, Memphis Ennis, Georgia Gorham, Kaylie Pickett, Antonio Espinoza, Kalob Ford, Brayden McGee

• Second Grade: Katie Wilson, Kiley Stevens, Jordan Raymond, Logan Martin, Lexi Goodwin, Steven Beasley, Katera Anken, Ethan Frasier, Colby Talley, Braxton Filippone, Christopher Miller, Jayla Harper, Aiden Pope, Hope Smith, Abby Rowland, Jamie Smith, Avery Turner

• Third Grade: Emery Brandebourg, Caden Bray, Joshua Gilley, Emma Guffey, Kaitlyn Hankins, Tatin Walker, Lillie West, Stormy Beasley, John Coker, Robert Sayre,  Yulissa Barcenas, Shelby Plunkett, Allie Scott,  Melissa Velaquez, Abby Davis, Reagan Bridges, Aiden Brown, Morgan Lindsay, Libby Pope, C.J. Turnage, Dakota Whisenant, Makayla Bennett, Abbi Davis, Lauren Frasier, Emily Myers

• Fourth Grade: Allie West, J.T. White, Erika Martinez, Cassidy Thompkins, Lorelai Dukes, Zander Hanson, Justin Hostetler, Ryan Crossman, Destiny Latham, Tanner Bennett, Alexis Reyes, Kobey Cross, FaithAnn Dover, Jacy Gorham, Emma Jones, Cade Stevens, Kylee Sayre, Landon Martin, Destiny Latham, Nathan Coker, Landon Taylor, Kaley Walker

• Fifth Grade: Dakota Leeth,  Katelyn Headrick, Tyler Reed, Cordell Minor, Austin Lowe, Alesha Lamons

• Sixth Grade: Dylan Crossman, Marissa Donohoo, Andrew Eudy, Zane Miller, Carlee Pope, Mackenzie Morrow, Slade Ryan, Caitlin Shedd, Cayla Allen, Brandee Smith, Gabe Fortner, Anna Scott, Carmen Torres

• Seventh Grade: Brayden Dugins, Jacquelin Reyes-Martinez, Taylor Martin, Mason Maze, Gracie Thomas, Tyler Williams, Isaac West, Lorin Zehr

• Eighth Grade: Savanna Fortner, Luke Haynes, Caitlyn Patterson



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