- Cullman, Alabama


January 4, 2011

Holly Pond Elementary School's 2nd 9 weeks honor roll

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Second Nine Weeks

All As

‰ First Grade: Aleah Ayers, Molly Barnett, Rebecca Bell, Emily Burnham, Kaci Creel, Jaylynn Criscoe, Luke Denton, Mattie Earl, Hunter Farr, Hunter Fry, Tucker Gambrill, Makayla Hammock, Cidney Hays, Elizabeth Horton, Landon Canner, Clay Kubler, Abigail Kusz, Quincey Marks, Raeleigh Olinger, Madison Phillips, Kenan Pierce, Emma Spitzer, Erica Turnbough, Trenton Welsh, Karlie White, Christian Whitehead, Maureen Worthington

‰ Second Grade: Rachel Benoit, Mikayla Brakefield, Casey Brown, Camilla Chambers, Tate Duke, Sydney Grimes, Daven Haynes, Charlie Huddleston, Cody Lynn, Alexis Myers, Parker Sellers, Tyler Suryono, Shaun Thompson, Lane Tipton, Kathy Whatley

‰ Third Grade: Jordan Allbright, Dalton Bryan, Madison Cothren, Savannah Federer, Emily Harbin, Whitley Hill, Regan Johnson, Cooper Jones, Collin Leathers, Karli Marler, Alliyah McGriff, Kameron McGriff, Elizabeth Miller, Nash Patterson, Zackery Reynolds, Skyler Welsh, Shelby Williams, Destiny Woodard

‰ Fourth Grade: Zachary Ayers, Korey Butler, Kirsten Campbell, Cassie Carter, Abigail Curtis, Tess Duke, Caden Gabriel, Kaitlyn Griffin, Lili Harris, Kara Hollis, Caleb Lambert, Robert Levitt, Emma Pierce, Brody Rowell, Seth Self, Taylor Stallings, Devyn Tankersley, Leah Tarvin, Makayley Whitfield

‰ Fifth Grade: Alexis White, Luis Garcia, Sydni Benefield, Reid Hollis, Griffin Morris, Tori Partridge, Kyle Sellers, Isaac Smith, Phillip Thompson


‰ First Grade: Will Benefield, Laura Black, Tristin Brown, Maliki Chaney, Seth Collier, Laci Crane, Kloe Drane, Hannah Echols, Slate Estes, Mackenzie Holcomb, Lexie Huddleston, Isaac Jackson, Emma Leach, Emma Lynch, Logan Marsh, Carter Martin, Jeremiah Martin, Emily Myers, Paris Pannell, Kaitlyn Parker, Baylee Patterson, Landon Perkins, Yahir Quintero, Brooks Rosson, Gracie Shell, Martina Sosebee, Kaylee Stallings, Kayden Suryono, Nathan Thompson, Jacob Turner, Bai Widner

‰ Second Grade: Raven Aldridge, Brody Bagwell, Thomas Bell, Emily Bradford, Michael Butler, Makenna Folds, Gunner Creel, Isaac Daniel, Sarah Finley, Druss Hays, Shyann Goodwin, Andy Garcia, Rylan Griffin, Logan Guthery, Brandon Holmes, Ulises Lopez, Alisha Mulligan, Shelbie Olinger, Makenzie Mize, Parker Odeneal, Matthew Roberson, Thomas Rollins, Landon Rowell, Alyssa Wimbs

‰ Third Grade: Savannah Abbott, Christian Bagwell, Katlin Brannon, Samantha Dominquez, Maddie East, Michael Farrer, August Floyd, Austin Graham, Kelsey Griffin, Hannah Holmes, Kalee Hughes, Branson Hunter, Shannon Kitchens, J.J. Letson, Abby Lynn, Brittney McClure, Jaxon Olinger, Alex Patterson, Kylie Ritchie

‰ Fourth Grade: Tyler Boatright, Abby Buckelew, Dustin Clemons, Hailey Crumbley, Chelsea Day, Jesse Day, T.J. Fallin, Molly Gambrill, Alex Garcia, Reese Graham, Meagan Graveman, Trinity Guthery, Lexi Helton, Jacob Holcombe, Drew Hollis, Jeremiah Holmes, Mason Johnson, Anna Kusz, Paige Mulligan, Abrey Norman, Evan Rainey, Ethan Redicker, Jasmyne Ritchie, Lexy Smith, Hannah Thornton, Kelcy Whitehead, Noah Wright

‰ Fifth Grade: Corey Bray, Issac Darting, Hannah Dempster, Elijah Horton, Wyatt Hunkapillar, Dakota Millis, Alesia Taylor, Katie Tucker, Eli Whitfield, Demi Alvarez, Alexis Cummings, Mason Hays, Sheyenne Imler, Dexton Jones, Karli Mitchell, Gabriel Aufderhaar, Jackson Chambers, Saylah Daugherty, Braylee Hayes, Kolby Holcombe, Landon Hunter, Rebecca Lynn, Abhi Slaten, Edwin Quintero, Tyler Redicker, Jerrett Rollins, Brandon Wood, Presley Marks, Zack Graham, Brittney Otwell, Gracie Bryan, Logan Chambers, Baylee Chrietzberg, Jaydie Gaines, David Key, Johnathan Levitt, Trevor Shoemaker


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