- Cullman, Alabama


November 12, 2012

Cold Springs Elementary's honor roll for first nine weeks


First Nine Weeks

All As

‰ First Grade: Cole Bales, Landon Bishop, Zane Brown, Ella Bruer, Ciara Calvert, Lucas Dunlap, Dereck Dye, Rylee Dye, Caden Franklin, Kaiden Graves, Emma Hancock, Alex Hasting, Trinity Hatfield, Ally Hedgecock, Amanda Henry, Grey Johnson, Jack Kilgo, Abby Livingston, Haylee Mickle, Evan Myers, Ethan Nabors, Reagan Parris, Kyler Pugh, Alex Quakenbush, Chyann Simmons, Journee Swann, Malaya Taylor, Dakota Vines, Mary Warden, Allison White, Abby Wilcutt, Kaylee Windsor

‰ Second Grade: Logan Ballenger, Brodee Bartlett, Brody Belcher, Justin Caffee, Carley Davis, Dalton Dempsey, Shawn Harkness, Cody Jewell, Mitchell Kidd, Mia Light, Savana McAnnally, Sarah Moore, Brianna Nabors, Madison Perdue, Anna Rollo, Jacob Rollo, Hannah Rollo–Myers, Cole Shelton, Chloe Shipp, Cody Smith, Brantley Spurgeon, Hailee Steadman, Kada Terry, Carson Thomason, Kaylee Thursby, Breanna White, Nicholas White, Cayden Wilson

‰ Third Grade: Danny Alexander, Cody Bales, Emma Black, Hunter Calvert, Bradley Cook, Sam Gable, Lilly Gunn, Cole Higginbotham, Tanner Kilgo, Heidi Nichols, Alethia Sanders, Ella Stephenson, Brianna Swann, Billie Tucker, Zeke White, Seth Williams, Brennen Wilson, Amelia Wren

‰ Fourth Grade: Kyla Aaron, Gaven Brown, Ali Burleson, Brooke Crider, Anna Freeman, Annelise Hyche, Savana Jackson, Slade Johnson, Dylan Marcum, Maddie Mitchell, Delane Moore, Lacey Rice, Cameron Williams, Shay Sellers, Destin Seymore, Toni West, Brodi Williams, Mary Woodard, Sierra Zuehlke

‰ Fifth Grade: Justin Cole, Chris Cunningham, Natalie Davis, Emi Harbison, Morgan Harris, Kadie Henderson, Alyssa Jackson, Daniel Knowlton, Jordan Lacey, Kailyn Manasco, Saide McClendon, A.J. Miller, Abby Montgomery, Dalton Nabors, Jessi Pulliam, Logan Rice, Madisun Rhodes, Lizzie Rooker, Emily Sharp, Shanea Shipp, Brooks Stephenson, Taylor Teems, Anna White

‰ Sixth Grade: Jake Abbott, Richard Armstrong, Destiney Ballenger, Abi Burrow, Kinley Campbell, Camryn Crider, Taylor Gable, Hayden Goodwin, Emmalie Holderfield, Will Myers, Aubrey Negron, Sydney Newton, Dawson Ray, Clay Rollo, Tess Strawbridge, Treasure Tubbs, Emily Williams, Trenton Williams


‰ First Grade: Andrew Ashley, Kerrigan Baty, Brayden Cates, Conner Clark, Gracie Cruce, Mason Gable, Levi Hunter, Olivia Jackson, Ashley Keller, Ashton Lambing, Ben Montgomery, Logan Oren, Elijah Page, Skyler Payne, Makayla Raymond, Alexander Wallace, Cloe Waters, Kortnie Williams

‰ Second Grade: Alena Beck, Judson Bradley, Dillan Burgess, Angel Cole, Jimmi Ellis, Dezmon Estell, Brooklynn Jackson, Christian Manning, Kaleb McNabb, Connor Phurrough, Leighann Quinn, Madison Self, Isaac Swafford, Alexis Tidwell, Taylor Underwood

‰ Third Grade: Linzi Abbott , Heidi Garmon, Houston Goodwin, Ava Hedgecock, Wendy Hillman, Tristin Jewell, Tyler Lively, Reba McCarn, Peyton Minor, Alyssa Mitchell, Gavin Parris, David Parrish, Brody Peppers, Bailey Sharp, Piper Stricklin, Ty Thompson

‰ Fourth Grade: Breanna Bell, Madison Bruer, Brodie Calvert, Emma Campbell, Morgan Chasteen, Dillian Dempsey, Ty Duke, Shawn Franklin, Kelsey Garmon, Caleb Godfrey, Anneliese Jones, Kaylee Keller, Nancy Kitchens, Caiden McClendon, Emma McClendon, Jacob McClendon, Brandon McClure, Jathon Meank, Kendelynne Nowak, Kaleb Roberts, Nathan Smitherman, Charlotte Starnes, Kenneth Stewart, Chloe Stricklin, Lili Waters, Andrew Weaver, Evan Wren

‰ Fifth Grade: Clayton Aaron, Chase Allcorn, Marisa Baker, Mallory Ballenger, Jazmin Bobo, Brittney Calvert, Hannah Drummond, Neely Ellison, Hunter Freeman, Dylan Gable, Crimson Gann, Kane Hawkins, Hadley Hinds, Destaney Hunter, Madison Lynn, Jocelyn Manasco, Houston McCarn, Matthew McKinney, Vivian McMickens, Kalea Mickle, Daniel Mitchell, Sam Rollo, Sadie Terry, Robert Turner, Dylan Vines

‰ Sixth Grade: Kaleb Ballenger, Matthew Blair, Ty Calvert, Caroline Deerman, Mason Harris, Skye Knowles, Hunter McDowell, Kyleigh Merring, Christopher Myers, Scott Starnes, Will Swann, Ashleigh White, Kaitlyn Wright


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