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January 23, 2013

Orangefield Elementary Honor Roll

ORANGEFIELD — The following students have been named to Orangefield Elementary A Honor Roll and A/B Honor Roll for the third six-weeks grading period.

First Grade

A Honor Roll


Ethan Blackburn, Jocelyn Casares, Logan Cheek, Ava Dyer, Presley Faulkner, Camden Fountain, Kameron Gibson, Emma Gonzalez, Trevon Griffin, Dustin Helm, Maekaylee Hilliard, Sidney Holderman, Joseph Holmes, Mason Houghton, Kaitlyn Jenkins, Georgia Jones, Calvin Kelly, Ruthie landry, Madison LeBert, Kaylee Merchant, Kyle Michael, Jeremie Moran, Greenlea Oldham, Kendyl Pennington, Jordan Peveto, Addison Pierce, Calvin Ply, Kadyn Rucker, Abigail Scheinost, Lathan Schlicher, Kane Smith, Levi Welch, Kaylei White, Victoria Whitman, Jacob Worthy, Collin Wrinkle and Aiden Young

A/B Honor Roll

Carlie Abbott, Zachary Babin, Caleb Bates, Paris Becker, Jacob Brown, Kimber Carpenter, Major Copeland, Cameron Dearing, Colin Dorman, Joshua Eckerle, Karleigh Engle, Kadee English, Lane Gipson, Kaylea Gravett, Finley Green, Gweniviere Holston, Ashley Jeane, Dylan Loga, Gracie Luker, Evan Manshack, Elyse Martin, Blake McRight, Makenna Meads, Brianna Moore, Emilee Nunez, Garrett Rawls, Sterling Richard, Broxton Ryder, Camron Scales, Taylynn Sherman, Robert Shinkle, Elizabeth Smith, Kylie Smith, Devin Spoelstra, Brycen Tait, Adam Tran, Ian Trumble, Nathan VanDuren, Addison Waguespack, Wynter Wedgeworth, Madeleine Wernig and Stevie Wilder.

Second Grade

A Honor Roll


Kelsey Abshire, Jalynn Alfaro, Leroy Bergeron, Bryce Blacksher, Kiley Boyd, Gracie Cross, Landon Delaet, Kolten Delahoussaye, Cameron Dischler, Beau Elkins, Nadaly English, Stone Fregia, Riley Fuller, Gavin Garrett, Jada Granger, Ethan Gunter, Mackenzie Haley Mackenzie, Jeanna Ingram, Katien Jeane, Josiah Kibodeaux, Rosie Kovatch, Jaislynn Lanphar, Kailey LeBlanc, Leyton Loft, Stormi Lorenzo, Kira Merendino, Samuel Michael, J’Son Miles, Nathan Miller, Kendall Moffitt, Jasmine Morales, Madison Morgan, Kendal Neely, Kylie Newman, Gavin Perry-Koci, Shealeigh Pietz, Gavin Pollock, Breckin Potter, Sadie Prouse, Pete Ragusa, Dusti Rains, Wesley Rice, Zeke Richey, Randi Ross, Morgan Sampson, Edward San Juan, Tanner Seals, Ahsley Tran Le, Matthew Whitten and Alyssa Wiley.

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