- Cullman, Alabama


November 24, 2013

West Elementary's first semester honor roll

CULLMAN — Here's a look at West Elementary students who made the honor roll for the first semester:

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• Second Grade: Braxton Hutchinson, Joseph Mahler, Trey McLain, Marlee Mosley, Audrey Nielsen, Avery Orr, Peerson Pipes, Kyler Pugh, Leighana Sansing, Molly Solis, Destiny White, Asa Hayes, Cesar Ballardo, Jacob Ballew, May Dawsey, Case Harris, Gage Howard, Noley Morring, Kali Patel, Lana Potter, Haley Rodriguez, Anna Shirey, Harley Stephens, Stacy Tankersley, Houston Walton, Baylor Wells, Jayda Adams, Zayden Calvert, Chase Connell, Briana Flanagan, McKenzee Gregory, Aubrey Helms, Malea Mason, Garrett Murray, Ashlin Schulte, Baily Tetro, Heather Tetro, Logan Walker, Sage Andrews, Maci Brown, Colton Bryson, Brayden Coggins, Samaria Coley, Aidan Cone, Harrison Gunter, Anna Hill, Noah McLeod, Jordan Norwood, Ty Patterson, Brooklyn Phelps, Nathan Potter, Elena Romero, Natalie Smith, Drew Williamson, Clay Bonds, Peyton Bradley, Cayden Brewer, Kendra Brown, Madison Hyde, Kaitlyn Patterson, Laney Pettus, Graham Waldrop, Tom Watson, Savannah Wilson, Jordan Eller, Kelly Flores, Wyatt Harris, Caden Hornsby, Emma Hydrick, Jazqueline Isbell, Ashton Lambert, Juliana Laney, Whitley Lawson, David Manashirov, Tobias Warner, Briawna Wright

• Third Grade: Beckett Calvert, Sydney Carpentier, Kaden Glimpse, Aysia Hausler, Ashton Henderson, Caroline Hill, Emily Leigeber, Luke McGill, Laney Puckett, Emma Thomas, Hunter Coffey, Isaac Drake, Elijah Hays, Katie Mason, Easton Peed, Hector Sanchez, Haley Shannon, MeShae Teague, Braxton White, Abran Andres, Nathaniel Dotson, Lucas Friedrich, Gavin Gooch, Preston Gray, Brodie Hunter, Williams Nichols, Caroline Sandlin, Raelee Stinson, Kaytlin Abbott, Ethan Burgett, Bennett Cabri, Emma Dodd, Sarah Herfurth, Brody Hopper, John Krassick, Sadie Land, Austin Lewis, Lucian Martinez, Eli McCollum, Brooklyn Wells, Eli Calligaris, Forrest Calvert, Sophie Caretti, Lauren Chapin, Mary Davis, Ana-Spencer Griffin, Garrett Hall, Brayden James, Landeigh James, Lauren Smith, Daemon Griffith, Angela Harris, Alex Hill, Kaydence Johnson, Ramses Martinez, Brandon Pipes, Lexi Sumrall, Lydia Wells, Maddie Witcher, Braylon Adcock, Christian Bullock, Bella Carroll, Lily Cottingham, Zackery Emerson, Katia Peterson, Caydence Sansing, Jared Shelton, Lindsey Skinner, Ryan Skinner

• Fourth Grade: Layne Dial, Tina Dong, Jacob Dye, Jeta Falcon, Brayden Freeman, Eduardo Fuentes, Mary-Ellen Kaple, Kinsey McBrayer, Faith Borden, Xander Canada, Gage Carpenter, Olivia Craft, Emily Gable, Kristian Graveman, David Pipes, Evan Richards, Felicity Widok, Ava Akridge, Dylan Bates, Reagan Campbell, Emma Dees, Zac Edwards, Landon Evans, Noah Kee, Ben Kelly, Abigail Lawson, Madison Smith, Kaina Thomas, Brie Allred, Gracie Barksdale, Livi Busby, Sara Campbell, Eli Howse, Ninh Lee, Areli Leon-Perez, Bella McEachern, Madisyn Meharg, Jordan Nasj, Lee Ratliff, Abby Sosa, Kirin Tisdale, Mercy Vandyke, Tucker Apel, Marissa Brown, Layla Calloway, Ashleigh Drake, Gabe Friedrich, Lakelan Jenkins, Alexis Jones, Sara Land, Christian Nance, Sasha Peterson, Mason Richards, Stella Smith

• Fifth Grade: Rylee Campbell, Isabella Cottingham, Andy Dong, Dakota Hyde, Morgan Lambert, Josue Miranda, Octavia Owen, Kate Rains, Gabe Sosa, Sadie Young, Ragan Canter, Daven Haynes, Cole Herfurth, Hannah Hoffman, Grant Morrison, Jaden Orr, Karlie Patterson, Josie Rice, Morgan Shikle, Eli Borden, Grace Denney, Jaskcon Murphree, Bernarda Tizapa, Jaden Whaley, Emily Gable, Fiayla Herc, Sophia Kareolewics, Brennen Norton, Emma Ray, Kaylin Stroh, Landon Vance

• Sixth Grade: Daniela Ballardo, Ivey Howse, Hanna McCravy, Olivia Noblett, Christopher Palos, Isabella Allred, Will Baker, Nicholas Braswell, Sam Jones, Jacey Lawrence, Ashton Story, Kimberly Gonzalez, Preston Gunter, Garrett Crider, Cole Akridge, Della Kelly, Carmen Tizapa, Parker Twilley, Lauren Evans, Alex Turner, Lauren Sumrall, Jacqueline Ryals, Juliet Burney, Zacrye Busby, Autumn Calvert, Michelle Herrera, Will Lowery, Campbell Sandlin, Lauren Skinner, Wil Stallings

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