McLouth Middle School students named to 2nd-quarter honor rolls
The following McLouth Middle School students were named to the second-quarter honor roll.
Principal's Honor Roll (4.0 GPA)
Sixth grade: Sydney Bogard, Kayleigh Boos, Katie Gill and Celia Taylor-Puckett.
Seventh grade: Luke Berry, Tristan Funk, Jacob Garza, Nikki Myers and Joseph Raya.
Eighth grade: Jacob Bowman, Rebecca Boyd, Summer Cerny, Sarah Miller, Travis Riley and Faith Schmalstieg.
Gold Honor Roll (3.5 to 3.99 GPA)
Sixth grade: Ryan Achter, Cassidy Barnes, Levi Blevins and Leif Cruse.
Seventh grade: Jack Arnett, Sergio Hernandez, Lichen McHenry, Rebecca Nowlan, Jessica Rogers and Hunter Terrell.
Eighth grade: Nic Bair, Marah Baldwin, Nick Barber, Ryan Bristol, McKenzie Campbell, Keith Carter, Jacob Copeland, Olivia Coulter, Jack Courtney, Angela Dailey, Hannah DePriest, Emma Evans, Kevin Gann, Wyatt Hermann, Emily Hoffhines, Jordyn Johnston, Kaitlin Olliff, Sam Rainey, Callie Rice, Jessica Smarker, Dylan Stauch, Wyatt Troupe and Cassidy Tullis.
Purple Honor Roll (3.0 to 3.49 GPA)
Sixth grade: Travis Bartlett, Tori Bristol, KyLee Cain, Christian Haggett, Tucker Ireland, Ricky Morriss, Mystikal Randel, Cassie Rice, Braden Schneider, Rachael Sparks, Zach Thomas, Brody Troupe, Jacob VanDyne, Seth VanNostrand, Josh Welsh, Tanner Zink and Zach Zule.
Seventh grade: Samantha Beaty, Jason Bristol, Remington Courter, Konner Durham, Meshalya Garcia, Kiana Hernandez, Branden Logan, Anna Moore, Hannah Nave, Ryan Stotler, Grant Swearngin, Dominique Tullis, Jahna Walburn and Marcus Wise.
Eighth grade: Jace Carlton, Jesse Carter, Malik Felix, Danielle Klotz, Hunter Steffey, Susan Wampler and Harley Whitmire.
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