- Cullman, Alabama


November 27, 2013

Good Hope Primary School's students for first nine weeks honor roll

CULLMAN — Here is a look at the honor roll students for the first nine weeks:

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• First Grade: Katie Wright, Brock Wooten, Emma Self, Alyssa Seckfort, Madison Parker, Zackery Loyd, Eli Kicker, Lexi Collins, Josie-Grace Bryan, Bailee Weissend, Cori Stevens, Taylor Patterson, Chloe Eisner, Fulton Easterwood, Izaiah Baxter, Isaiah Turner, MaryEllen Self, Kouhyn Lewis, Carianna Graves, Addyson Givens, James Denio, William Crawford, Mattie Wix, Dylan Williams, Ace Stricklin, Julian Skinner, Leanna Jones, Gisele Cortes, Chloe Brock, Cooper Allen, Mason Saint, Jonas Rusk, Jade Mahaffey, Paxton Hopper, Carsyn Glover, Kylee Denney, Hannah Rhodes, Eason Putman, Brooklynn Lambert, Kaylyn Engler, Addyson Burgess, Johathan Rodriguez-Maya, Haley Lay, Olivia Calvert, Rachel Tucker, Cameron Graves, Kinsley Dockins, Brent Chambers

• Second Grade: Brodey Witcher, London Valladares, Zeb Smith, Kyra Doss, Cole Davis, Aubrin Davis, Caleb Sansing, Lillie McCluskey, Avery Flint, Katelyn Beatty, Emma Bailey, Aubrey Smith, Emma Parker, Christopher Nicholas, Brodie Moore, Kaliana Lee, Katilyn Kotlik, Walker Kilpatrick, Dawson Kicker, Liberty Franks, Samantha Aaron, Kailey White, Brady Scott, Carson Raley, Ivey Maddox, Shelby Whitfield, Colton Whatley, Emma Parker, Roland Nisley, Kaden Mathis, Jenna Crumpton, Avery Baker, Annie Williams, Joshua Baker


• First Grade: Tristin Wilson, Luke Shelton, Caleb Graves, Savanna Gentry, Tyler Cone, Ace Taylor, Tucker Malin, Callahan Lindsey, Bryson Dillard, Madison Baker, Hannah Baggett, Chloe McGee, Keyan Lane, Whitlie Vincent, Dakota Turner, Robert Rodriguez, Kenzie O’Neil, Kerri Hutchinson, Scarlet Smith, Hayden Scott, Braxton Sandlin, Rileigh Peck, Zeb Burney, Judge Weissend, Justin Taylor, Kricket Russell, Jessalyn Nichols, Daniel Maxwell, Jaden Hogan, Nicholas Estes, Brayden Cooper, Jathan Smith, Trucker Shikle, Madilyn Murphree, Tanner Lawrence, Alexandria Jones, Jacob Haynes, Jasmin Guadarrama, Jaylee Borseth, Marlene Aquilar-Hernandez, Charlie Speegle, Kadi Smith, Kahnen Shockley, Alexis Marshall, Gannon Bowerman, Cody Bowden, Nathan Alexander

• Second Grade: Connor Sears, Mason Meyers, Brinlee Holcomb, Shelby Hayes, Nathan Guest, Ethan Edgeworth, Felicity Driver, Izack White, Mikah Hyde, Riko Fujimoto, Emelia Chiaranda, Tristan Bledsoe, Jillian Milligan, Colby Jones, Charly Johnson, Eli Clements, Sarabeth Allen, Ember Phillips, Bryan Gonzalez-Hernandez, Skylar Brock, Guillermo Alday, Harley Turnbull, Dakota Overton, Raegan Hodges, Lexi Fowler, Jared Blakely, Addison Wood, Ashley Ponce, Barry Nixon, Madison Lee, Emma Lawley, Ally Hedgecock, Weston Hancock


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