Fifith grade honor students announced

W hitehall Elementary School has announced its fifth grade honor roll for the second quarter of the school year.

Students who received highest honors were: Emily Arquette, Nora Blohm, Freddie Ingalls, and Hannah Schmeelke.

Students recognized for achieving high honors were: Mattison Cole, Brendon Covey, Josiah Lavin, Lukas Longtin, Kurt Mayfield, Kate McGranahan, Matthew Redmond, Tyler Shattuck, Sadie Sheldrick, Hailey Taylor, and Daniel Wang.

Honors students were: Preston Bakerian, Peyton Clark, Alexis Cram, Jacob Gosselin, Sadie Hasler, Cayden LaTour, Evan Laubach, Jasmine Paro, Hunter Rathbun, Olivia Ruby, Kelsey Smith, Dylan Touchette, Brock Wade and Haley White.

The school also announced the list of students who maintained perfect attendance throughout the quarter.

They were: Kolby Baldwin, Ricky Bruce, Dominic Harrington, Cayden LaTour, Lukas Longtin, Hunter Rathbun, Hannah Schmeelke; Tyler Shattuck; Colby Sweenor; Keonna VanGuilder, and Daniel Wang.

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