- Cullman, Alabama


January 15, 2013

Good Hope Primary School's second nine weeks honor roll


Second Nine Weeks

All As

• First Grade: Sarabeth Allen, Addyson Hogg, Dawson Kicker, Emma Parker, Anna Smith, Zeb Smith, Colten Whatley, Jenna Crumpton, Lexi Doss, Shelby Hays, Lillie McCluskey, Roland Nisley, Carson Raley, Brady Scott, London Valladares, Addy Wood, Brady Hahs, Avery Baker, Xander Baker, Liberty Franks, Riko Fujimoto, Bryan Gonzalez, Brinlee Holcomb, Charly Johnson, Walker Kilpatrick, Mason Meyers, Emma Parker, Connor Sears, Shelby Whitfield, Emma Bailey, Avery Flynt, Mikah Hyde, Kaitlyn Kotlik, Ivey Maddox, Brodey Witcher, Jacob Harbison, Ally Hedgecock, Kaden Mathis, Caleb Sansing, Aubrey Smith, Annie Williams, Katelyn Beatty, Colby Jones

• Second Grade: Zach Darnell, Raigan Easterwood, Alysson Harvey, Lochlan Herron, Bailey Keef, Hailey Moody, Micah Smith, Malaki Blakely, Abbie Crider, Rudi Derrick, Allison Driver, Montserrat Santoyo, Anna Schoerrig, Carson Smith, Ayden Turner, Alex Davis, Anna Martin, Wyatt Scott, Grant Seymore, Cody Smith, Adrien Stewart, Marissa Wooten, Gracelyn Bowerman, Madison Cox, Katie Creel, Morgan Martin, Charlie O’Neil, Krista Phillips, Chase Bailey, Cayleigh Garmon, Maddie McKenney, Ayden Robertson, Houston Wells, Marlee Williams, Russell Wooten, Aubrey Aker, Destiny McGee, Paula Hernandez, Jed Clements, Lauren Hancock, Jacob Parker


• First Grade: Skylar Brock, Brody Calvert, Cole Davis, Dolorean Lindsey, Jillian Milligan, Andru Swann, Jet Swann, Samantha Aaron, Tristan Bledsoe, Emelia Chiaranda, Eli Clements, Emma Goodno, Chris Nichols, Ember Phillips, Josh Reburn, Tyler Beatty, Mahayla Dillard, Jada Lacky, Kaden Mattox, Harley Turnbull, Aubrin Davis, Felicity Driver, Ethan Edgeworth, Weston Hancock, Zak Keller, Landon Lowery, Zoe Marks, Barry Nixon, Guillermo Alday, Emma Lawley, Ethan McGraw, Dakota Overton, Ashley Ponce, Henry Prado, Abby Rodriquez, Sunshine Cupit, Raegan Hodges, Eason Putman

• Second Grade: Brian Munoz, Keyona Looney, Colton Lindsey, Gage Penio, Tiffany Holcombe, Jayden Williams, Breanna Arnold, Elijah Bartlett, Noah Drake, Madison Boone, Kaleb Jones, Caleb Willingham, Amy Wray, Braxton Betts, Kinsey Burns, Joshua Goodno, Owyn McClendon, Aidan Roberts, Dezzi Baker, Lacie Brooks, Hanna Goodno, Landon Swann, Mallory Taylor, Ashlyn Thomason, Katie Woodall, Kyle Cato, Chasity Duke, Jude Johnson, Ziza McDonald, Gavin Aker, Peyton Caudle, Alijah Coleman, Noah Crandall, Zachary Davis, Jaden Hobson, Payton Hodges, Abbi Hutchinson, Allyssa McDonald, Mackenzie Patterson, John Rhodes


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