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November 12, 2012

West Elementary School's first trimester honor roll

CULLMAN — WEST Elementary

First Trimester

All As

‰ Second Grade: Kaytlin Abbott, Bella Carroll, Lauren Chapin, Hunter Coffey, Caden Dasher, Mallory Denney, Gavin Gooch, Caroline Hill, Gabriella Johnson, Kaydence Johnson, Roberto Martinez, Joseph Phelps, Haley Shannon, Ashton Shelton, Nathan Stewart, Braxton White, Aden Wylie, Haley Aviles, Eli Calligaris, Sydney Carpentier, Kyle Christensen, Lily Cottingham, Garrett Hall, Brody Hopper, Kevin Jones, Dalton Justice, Eli McCollum, T.J. Thigpen, Lacy Twilley, Lydia Twilley, Lydia Wells, Maddie Witcher, Ally Branham, Christian Bullock, Anzlee Chaney, Kanyon Cobbs, Nathan Dotson, Aysia Hausler, Elijah Hays, Alex Hill, Jack Lee, Lucian Martinez, Caydence Sansing, Lindsey Skinner, Ryan Skinner, Brayden Steele, Rhett Tucker, Ethan Burgett, Beckett Calvert, Kaden Glimpse, Preston Gray, Daemon Griffith, Angela Harris, Brayden James, Landeigh James, Emily Leigeber, Alli Phelps, Brandon Pipes, Laney Puckett, Adamari Reyes, MeShae Teague, Brooklyn Wells, Braylon Adcock, Sophie Caretti, Karissa Coleman, Zackery Emerson, Luca Friedrich, Brianna Garcia, AnaSpencer Griffin, Brennan Hart, Sarah Herfurth, Brodie Hunter, Allison Stidham, Kaleb Slaton, Emma Thomas, Abran Andres, Forrest Calvert, Emma Dodd, Isaac Drake, Chelsea Hallmark, Ashton Henderson, Sadie Land, Ramses Martinez, Katie Mason, Easton Peed, Katia Peterson, Payton Scott, Jared Shelton, Johnny Aquite, Kennedy Byer, Bennett Cabri, Mary Davis, Hunter Earick, Camille Gibbs, Giselle Gibbs, Luke McGill, William Nichols, Noemi Ortiz, Caroline Sandlin, Lauren Smith, Lexi Sumrall   

‰ Third Grade: Sara Campbell, Gage Carpenter, Ashleigh Drake, Brayden Freeman, Emily Gable, Kristian Graveman, Adam Hill, Lilly Hudson, Cody James, Abigail Lawson, Ava Akridge, Tucker Apel, Faith Borden, Olivia Cluxton, Gabe Friedrich, Brynn Hilliar, Lakelan Jenkins, Bella McEachern, Alex Nance, Jordan Armstrong, Dylan Bates, Marissa Brown, Gabby Conde, Landon Evans, Ninh Le, Kinsey McBrayer, Sasha Peterson, Landon Piper, Zoey Tolbert, Katie Bradford, Cody Clark, Olivia Craft, Tina Dong, Matthew Foster, Eli Howse, Spencer Jacobs, Alexis Jones, Ben Kelly, Madisyn Meharg, David Pipes, Toby Quick, Brie Allred, Gracie Barksdale, Brittney Day, Jake Dye, Zac Edwards, Jeta Falcon, SaraBeth Land, Christian Nance, Lee Ratliff, Olivia Shelton, Alivia Busby, Xander Canada, Layne Dial, Jameson Goodwin, Noah Kee, Areli Perez, Stella Smith, Abby Sosa, Karina Thomas, Kirin Tisdale, Mercy VanDyke 

‰ Fourth Grade: Griffin Barksdale, Anthony Gonzalez, Fiayla Herc, Sophia Karolewics, Cameron LeBron, Josue Miranda, Emma Murphree, William Romero, Brock Smelser, Kaylin Stroh, Sadie Young, Jordan Allen, Eli Borden, Devon Campbell, Ragan Canter, Logan Crawford, Grace Denny, Jackson Murphree, Logan Patrick, Summer Payne, Morgan Schultz, Morgan Shikle, Rayna Taylor, Jaden Whaley, Rylee Campbell, Jaxon Denney, Kennedy Griffin, Oakley Heard, Eliza Hollingsworth, Dakota Hyde, Brennen Norton, Tavie Owen, Gabe Sosa, Bernarda Tizapa, Lanie Townson, Owen Young,  Laiklind Casey, Isabella Cottingham, Andy Dong, Emiley Gable, Karlie Patterson, Trent Power, Maggie Ramirez, Josie Rice, Riley Tipton, Levi Bates, Tiffany Dotson, Jakeb Gilliland, Cayden Graham, Cole Herfurth, Hannah Hoffman, Morgan Lambert, Grant Morrison, Jaden Orr, Emma Ray

‰ Fifth Grade: Autumn Calvert, Carmen Tizapa, Ashton Story, Olivia Noblett, Ben Turner, Sam Jones, Ivey Howse, Will Lowery, Preston Gunter, Audrey Hill, Della Kelly, Christopher Palos, Alexis Ponder, Lauren Sumrall, Alex Turner, Juliet Burnet, Heath Cordes, Lauren Evans, Carson Riley, Wil Stallings, Nicholas Braswell, Garrett Crider, Hannah McCravy, Olive Morring, Jacqueline Ryals, Cole Akridge, Isabella Allred, Will Baker, Kimberly Gonzalez, Lily Latham, Sheldon Marti, Owen Pope, Campbell Sandlin, Lauren Skinner

‰ Sixth Grade: Gracie Apel, Samy Arzola, Gavin Burtis, Lexi Daily, Joseph Harbin, Piper Hempfling, Caroline Hollingsworth, Aaliyah Richardson, Cole Rose, Tiffani Taylor, Morgan Barton, Abby Branham, Megan Flynt, Jennifer Jester, Raigan Litteral, Maggie McGuire, Anna Grace Murphy, Jacob Oliver, Chloe Powers, Paige Rocca, Daniel Vance, Gavin Whaley, Jakob Easterwood, Maddie Heatherly, Ben Hunter, Kylee Thomas, Gabby Walker, Kennedy Witcher, Mackenzie Brown, Ezra Burks, Montana Burks, Jordan Campbell, Peyton Colvard, Adrionna Cox, Logan Heatherly, Breanna Hilburn, Abby Hodge, Sy Hulgan, Andy Kreps, Adrianna Rodriquez, Bailey Sims, Alayah Smith, Blake Spradlin, Anya Twilley, Ivy Falcon, Emily Little, Lauren McAnally, Jady Pipes, Alyssa Sandlin, Amber Tipton, Ty Whaley

As/Bs

‰ Second Grade: Ulices Mena, Katie Heaton, Betzaida Garcia, Jake Cleghorn, Emily Mondragon, Brandy Pylant, Sam Bavar, Aaliyah Greene, Logan Kee, John Krassick, Krystal Mejia, Storm Felps, Mahala Cofer, Fernando Dominguez, Haile Roberts, Jared Stricklin, Rae Hulsey, Kasey Mann, Cameron Pierce, Alex Salazar, Will Shirey, Ryan Stewart

‰ Third Grade: Drew Ball, Reagan Campbell, Eduardo Fuentes, Diya Patel, Malachi Sisk, Shianne Taylor, Jessi Baturin, Fisher Burney, Lydia Calloway, Kadin Doggett, Peyton Hayes, Bryce Holten, Jacob Rodriguez, Autumn Selman, Evan Haynes, Caren Hernandez, Stuart Herring, Axel Medina, KunThea Murillo, Emma Price, Kristen Rhodes, Christian Conseco, Emma Dees, Kyleigh Potter, Rafael Reynoso, Angel Wolford, Savannah Bryson, Mary-Ellen Kaple, Jamar Kay, Hailie New, Cierra Yates, Karlie Clark, Haley Copeland, Brenda Echeverria, Kayla Quick, Brody Schaefer, Felicity Widok

‰ Fourth Grade: Carson Griffin, Makayka Hesterley, Hudson Puckett, Nathan Weeks, Isaiah Wylie, Tess Heaton, Jacob Blackwood, Robbie Curtis, Austin Hurt, Jayden Kay, Brian Kuri, Kayleigh Lee, Jackson Llewellyn, Ian Sanders, Riley Schaefer, Jade Thompson, Tyler White, Daniel Campos, Brilee Clark, Alexis Hagemore, Bricen Harper, Andrew Hilburn, Destiny Jones, Lilly Rutherford, Maddie Steelman, Parker Andrews, Tyler Brooks, Bailey Gooch, Eric Martinez, Mya Parker, Kate Rains, Coby Stewart, Rhianna Tysinger, Marcos Zapien, Weston Barton, Bailee Bradford, Callie Crider, Hunter Dahlke, Samuel Franklin, Camryn Graham, Kaleb Hughes, Ema McAnally, Christopher Robles, Katherine Segars, Anna Stidham

‰ Fifth Grade: Chloe Bullock, Clay Gable, Grant Holland, Anna Morris, Brice Wells, Aubrey Robertson, Israel Ramos, Brady Lang, John Fong, Braxton Denney, Madelyn Hendrix, Laiklyn Jones, Caitlin McDonald, Lizbeth Medina, Coleen Shelton, Madison Watson, Jessica Youmans, Gabby Aquite, A.J. Coffey, Destiny Griffin, Mason Herron, Lexi Jones, Tommy Jones, Colby Klein, Autumn Pylant, Willa Sears, Mayce Smith, Parker Twilley, Christopher Acton, Jaxson Calvert, Michelle Herrera, Eli Kilpatrick, Trent Lee, Landon Talley, Alexis Young, Aiden Scott, Zacrye Busby, Caleb Crider, Zeb Emerson, Luis Gante, Zach Harbison, Jacy Lawrence, Makayla Lynn, Katelyn Smith, Tyler Tisdale, Emily Widner

‰ Sixth Grade: John Allred, Blake Harbison, Kyle Nichols, Marcos Ramirez, Jade Sanford, Christian Wilson, Greta Bishop, Cassidy Griffin, Claudio Ramirez, Madison Robinson, Caleb Schmale, Leah Watwood, Caige Carpentier, Stevie Gardner, Morgan Holmes, Sydney Hunt, Keaton Kinney, Daniel Merrill, Foster O’Neil, Ethan Parker, Meagan Robbins, Emily Robertson, Jackson Tucker, Brendan Williamson, Mia Wood, Noah Burk, Blyane Scott, Emma Shirey, Jon Betts, Liliana Burgess, Olivia Clark, Ashelyn Cook, Laney Jones, Jackson Lambert, Garrett Lee, Macey Orr, Jennifer Sanchez, Blake Spicer, Brian Spicer, Haley Young

 

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