Whitehall Elementary names honor students

T he Whitehall Elementary School has released its list of fifth- and sixth-grade students named to the honor roll for the fourth quarter.

 

Grade 6

Highest honors: Makayla Ashline, Anna Kenyon, Jensen Keough, Michael LaRose, Dawson Procella, Kaylyn Rehm, James Rozell, and Daniel St. Clair.

 

High honors: Shane Amerio, Hannah Bascue, Jessica Bruce, Tressa Clemons, Kayla Frasier, Andrew Genier, Elizabeth Gosselin, Morgan O’Dell, Natalya Parsels, Kayleigh Ross, Jason Stoodley, Amanda VanGuilder, Kelly Vincent, and Courtney Wiskoski.

 

Honors: Chris Belden, Brandon Bolster, Constance Castro, Sean DeRidder, David Farden, Chloe Harris, Jacob Hunke, Maclain Keough, Luke Kosby, Kaitlyn McNamara, Karla Mejia, Duane Pease, Hannah Raymond, and Blake Sheldrick.

 

Perfect attendance (fourth quarter): Maclain Keough.

 

Perfect attendance all year: Lucas Laubach.

 

Grade 5

Highest honors: Olivia Dudley, Olivia Gomes, Jazmyn McCall, Jacob Moore, Jessica Moore, Matthew Rock, and Hannah Stevens.

 

High honors: Paige DeLorme, Thomas Fish, Jocelyn Flynn, Robert Goodrich, Audrey Haines, Bethanie Holbrooks, Zachary Hollister, Kennedy O’Dell, Tyler Rollins, Emily Smith, Caitlin St. Germain, Kohl Tucker, and Jessica Tupper.

 

Honors: Daniel Genier, Bailey Greenough, Brandon Hughes, Isaiah Marino, Hunter Ostrander, Taylor Poczobut, and Hannah Potvin.

 

Perfect attendance (fourth quarter): Thomas Fish, Bailey Greenough, Hunter Orstander, Chaun Reyes, Caitlin St. Germain, and Jessica Tupper.

 

Perfect attendance all year: Caitlin St. Germain.

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