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January 23, 2013

Orangefield Elementary Honor Roll

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ORANGEFIELD — A/B Honor Roll

Jenna Banken, Jana Baters, Jason Bodin, Kaedance Boutin, Whitnie Burch, Haley Cabiness, Cody Campbell, Justin Chavis, Carson Chisum, Brandon Cooper, Lilly Crawford, Kailee Elmore, Destiny Goeddertz,  Summer Hackbarth, Joshua Hazen, Jason Koons, Destiny LeBeouf, Dustin Martin, Monique Martinez-LeBlanc, Taylor Matson, Lex McKee, Grayson Mills, Kasey Ohman, Melanie Osborne, Xander Parks, Korbin Pennington, Hunter Pietrowicz, Harleigh Rawls, Colton Reese, Ashton Reynolds, Travis Rollins, Bryce Stanley, Catie Strother, Baelynn Thibodeaux, Libby Thurman, Asia Tran and Raelee Voges.

Third Grade

A Honor Roll


Charles Alonso, Emilio Alonso, Hunter Beard, Brayden Burgess, Carmen Campbell, Coby Coulter, Draven Crochet, Shelby Eason, Kaylee Eaves, Gracie Elkins, Tristan Fuller, Alex Garrett, Madison Greenway, Gunner Grimes, Coree Guerra, Nicholas Haynie, Kaine Humberson, Christopher Kovatch, Cooper Longron, Koltin Marshall, Zoe Martin, Grace Martinez, Ethan Meads, Ayla Merendino, Lucas Mohan, Bryce Moore, Jaslyn Newman, Hunter Norwood, Nathan Olszewski, Lance Parks, Elliot Perkins, Mia Pierce, Jake Placette, Joli Ponfick, Lane Ponfick, Derek Shinkle, Isaac Sipes, Cade Smith, Cody Strause, Andrew Tran, Cole Veeder, Mary Wernig, LeeAnn Wedtbrook, Kaydance Whitfield, Seth Williamson, Tilly Worthy and Payton Wrinkle.

A/B Honor Roll

Marlen Aguinaga, Andrea Aguinaga, Walker Alfaro, Jacan Allen, Emily Baassiri, Rayce Bagley, Christina Baumgardner, Karlie Brown, Brayden Bryant, Faith Burnette, David Cooke, Alayna Dodd, Kenadie DuBois, Hayden Dwyer, Christian Edwards, Natalie Ellis, Liam Faulkner, Aiden Feidler, Olivia Flores, Ransom Gibson, Bryer Gray, Ashleigh Greenwood, Mason Gryder, Brennen Harris, Katelynn Helm, Landon Hickey, Brandon Hignett, Kayden Jones, Alexander Lee, Kevin Luong, Tommi Martin, Macoy Marze, Kaiden Miller, Carl Mize, Jasleigh Montagne, Justin Morse, Taylor Jo Murphy, Brayden Parker, Lindsey Perkins, Jane Ponfick, Kayleigh Roebuck, Evan Spears, Brooklyn Sprayberry, Eddu Thompson, Donovan Tohill, Katlynn VanDuren, Courtney Wall, Jedidiah Welch and Rylan Williamson.

Fourth Grade

A Honor Roll


Rayleigh Elkins, Hannah Francis, Erica Hollis, Gunner Jones, Aaron Martinez, Carmen Martinez, Jezlyn Matlock, Raylyn Reynolds, Mason Sampson, Gavin Scott and Miranda Whitten.

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