McLouth Middle School lists first-quarter honor roll names
McLouth Middle School has announced its first quarter honor rolls. Students listed on the Principle's Honor Roll earned a grade-point average of 4.0 or above; those on the Gold Honor Roll had a GPA of 3.5 to 3.99 with no grade below a C; students on the Purple Honor Roll had a GPA of 3.0 to 3.49 with no grade below a C.
Principle's Honor Roll
Emily Bell, Alex Courtney, Shawn Dailey, Hunter Koch, Audrey Lamborn, Caroline Overbaugh, Cheyenne Patton, Terri Stewart and Morgan Wise.
Tristian Crowell and Marc Walbridge.
Drew Cerny, John Courtney, Steven Heath, Konner Patterson and Chantz Zink.
Gold Honor Roll
Gentry Bignall, Calvin Booth, Ally Bristol, Kelsey Campbell, Clare Courtney, Morgan Drinnon, Nate Friesz, Jesse Harrah, Peyton Lash, Katie Lundmark, Jade Patterson, J.D. Prochaska, Chris Royer, Kayla Sargent, Brittany Schuman, Andrea Sullivan, Gavin Swearngin, Catelyn Winborn and Matthew Zule.
Alexandrea Adams, Zac Bair, Sara Blumenberg, Jamie Cain, Charlie Courtney, Olivia Evans, Wyatt Farris, Katie Gann, Mathew Horton, Elijah Smith and Olivia Taylor-Puckett.
Baylee Brown, Tanner Harrod, Ember Henry, Colton Koch, Nick McAferty, Destiny Mestagh, Christopher Rice, Annie Stoker and Danae Williams.
Purple Honor Roll
Kyle Allcorn, Ryan Blankingship, Samantha Heston, Cameron Humerickhouse, Alen Kramer, Jesse Maxwell, Haley Thouvenell, Emily Welsh and Kami Wisdom.
Nick Barnett, Faith Crouse, Justin Johnston, Megan McHenry, Austin Neuburger, Taylor Pope, Darien VanNostrand and Hanna Walbridge.
Bailey Harmon, Charlie Hauk, Logan Hoobler, Kyle Jones, Dustin Jordan, Cody Koch, Hayden Laver, Dylan McHenry, Sarah Petrie, Mariah Quinn, Kayla Steffey, Alexis Stevanov, Lucas Strouhal and Brady Sullivan.
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