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November 24, 2013

West Elementary's first semester honor roll

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As/Bs

• Second Grade: Joshwa Dingler, Siddalee Drake, Jaxon Fulmer, Grant Harbison, Chasten Hawkins, Colter Drake, Talan Butler, Tiffany Calvert, Brodey Flowers, Ana Mena, Zadria Thompson-Harris, Katie Chambers, Belle Hendrix, Kyra Thompson, Vyvyan Trinh, Felix Ayala, Jonathan Flores, Lexie Keel, Hunter Moore, Karen Pena, Brandon Rodriguez, Kaylee Smith, Conner Rice, Yanet Ruiz, Allyson Smith, Kirsten Turner

• Third Grade: Jake Cleghorn, Jody Dillon, Kobe Pitts, Ashton Shelton, Brayden Steele, T.J. Thigpen, Rhett Tucker, Gabriella Johnson, Dalton Justice, Kasey Mann, Noemi Ortiz, Adamari Reyes, Mackenzie Isbell, Caleb Louallen, Jordan Love, Ulices Mena, Jake Regalado, Haile Roberts, Kaleb Slaton, Jared Stricklin, Haley Aviles, Kyle Christensen, Fernando Dominguez, Chelsea Hallmark, Raul Islas, Sam Bavar, Kanyon Cobbs, Hunter Earick, Riley Jackson, Payton Scott, Caden Dasher, Juan Fuentes, Brianna Garcia, Logan Kee, Jack Lee, Ally Branham, Anzlee Chaney, Mahala Cofer, Kaden Cornelius, Nevaeh Pittman, Nathan Stewart

• Fourth Grade: Kadin Doggett, Brenda Echeverria, Peyton Hayes, Lilly Hudson, Emma Price, Shianne Taylor, Savannah Bryson, Gabby Conde, Brynn Hilliar, Ava Moody, Kyleigh Potter, Jacob Rodriguez, Sean Sanchez, Fisher Burney, Jameson Goodwin, Evan Haynes, Maison Hyche, KunThea Murillo, Sheyla Nail, Jakob Palmer, Diya Patel, Jordan Phelps, Javier Rodriguez, Kaleb Bates, Jessica Baturin, Cody Clark, Garrett Harbison, Alex Nance, Landon Piper, Drew Ball, Haley Copeland, Jaylin Haynes, Ellie Howse, Cody James, Hailie New, Kristen Rhodes, Angel Wolford

• Fifth Grade: Jordan Allen, Gage Butler, Hunter Dahlke, Cayden Graham, Alexis Hagemore, Austin Hurt, Cameron Lebron, Jade Thompson, Tyler White, Levi Bates, Tiffany Dotson, Jakeb Gilliland, Tess Heaton, Andrew Hilburn, Emma McAnally, William Romero, Devon Campbell, Logan Crawford, Morgan Schultz, Lanie Townson, Rhianna Tysinger, Daniel Campos, Robbi Curtis, Anthony Gonzalez, Brian Kuri, Destiny Jones, Kayleigh Lee, Jaskcon Llewellyn, Trent Power, Lindsey Ragsdale, Owen Young

• Sixth Grade: Mason Herron, Lily Latham, Sheldon Marti, Owen Pope, Ava Cox, Clay Goble, Kelsey Lawson, Madelyn Hendrix, Christopher Acton, Eli Kilpatrick, Colby Klein, Autumn Pylant, Carson Riley, Mayce Smith, Landon Talley, Katie White, Jessica Youmans, Ben Turner, Caitlin McDonald, A.J. Coffey, Olive Morring, Aubrey Robertson, Lexi Thompson, Tyler Tisdale, Shelby Waid, Johna Barragan-Fong, Heath Cordes, Yadira Echeverra, Brady Lang, Makayla Lynn, Israel Ramos, Alexis Young

 

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