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Honor Rolls

Elderton Junior-Senior High School has announced its distinguished honor roll and honor roll for the fourth grading period.

Distinguished Honor Roll

Grade 7

Kelsey Dawn Altman, Danielle Grace Blatt, Brooke A. Brocious, Angela E. Crawford, Evan C. Defalco, Irene F. Hooks, Bethany R. Meyer, Caroline Renee Rea, Marissa Dawn Shaffer, Natalie Paige Tedesco.

Grade 8

Travis S. Anderson, David M. Batistig, Kody L. Beer, Madison M. Davis, Taylor L. Eastlick, Franklin R. Johns, Zachary M. McCall, Katlyn A. Reesman, Kari E. Schall.

Grade 9

Zared J. Hollabaugh, Rachel A. Lager, Stephanie Ann Lightner, Brianna N. Switzer.

Grade 10

Paige J. Baker, Stephanie J. Barber, Heather A. Cook, Sara B. Defalco, Tanner D. Fiscus, Courtney L. Meyer, Ashely M. Rearick, Derek B. Smeltzer, Jessica M. Smietana, Chelsey Rae Stear, Lee A. Uptegraph, Jessica L. Vickers.

Grade 11

Alyssa B. Altman, Paige M. Cashdollar, Chelsy S. Cessna, Elizabeth Mae Fair, Paige J. Hagofsky, Jonas Lieb, Phillip S. Wyant.

Grade 12

Dana L. Baker, Ashton M. Beers, Paige R. Beers, Michael B. Branan, Casey W. Frazier, Tiffanny E. Miller, Zachary R. Rupert, Samantha J. Smith, Amanda S. Toy, Katey A. Williams, Ashton P. Wright, Scott A. Wright, Naomi L. Yurga.

Honor Roll

Grade 7

Logan James Altman, Kelsey M. Armstrong, David Rudolph Battistelli, Lacey M. Buzzard, Kassi M. Crissman, David William Ferrier, Karina Marie Fouse, Samantha M. French, Sean Louis Fuellner, Jennifer L. Gabrielcik, Morgan T. Hollabaugh, Laken Raine Klonowski, Meagan Ann Lloyd, Berea Katheryn Longwell, Nicki Marie Lukehart, Kaitlyn E. Mazzotta, Kylie Nicole Minnich, Bethany N. Petras, Kaitlyn N. Smith, Autumn L. Sperski, Samantha L. Sperski.

Grade 8

Brookelyn M. Christy, Ashley N. Clever, Corbin J. Crownover, Brittany Ann Filler, Jillian L. Glover, Emelia R. Gourley, Michaela E. Grafton, Camber Rae Heinle, Neil P. Hickman, Emil E. Ihnat, Benjamen Ross Kimmel, Clinton J. Kough, Mariah M. Meyer, Emily R. Pickering, Angelica Renee Scott, Cody Alexander Scott, Cassandra M. Tlumac, Cory D. Truitt, Tyler S. Wofford, Zachary A. Zahorchak.

Grade 9

Alyssa Marie Clark, Travis P. Eastlick, Alena Rochele Frazier, Brandon M. Hagofsky, Amber Renea Hobbins, Alexander J. Martin, Kelly L. Meyer, Ryan Andrew Miller, Karlee Marie O'Harra, William Thomas Robertson, Hannah E. Scholl, Jenna M. Schrecengost, Lauren C. Schultheis, Brittany Ann Nichole Scott, Shelby L. Shaffer, Tiffany M. Smietana, Laina R. Walker, Erica Lee Wissinger, Cassandra L. Wright.

Grade 10

Jesse B. Altmire, Tyler R. Anderson, Jennifer L. Aperahama, Clare A. Beatty, Brittany M. Byrd, Alanah J. Crytzer, Stephanie N. Gabrielcik, Krista L. Gohn, Kegan M. Gray, Dylan E. Lasher, Tara M. Mechling, Ethan D. Minto, Erin E. Pierce, Sarah E. Pritt, Emily S. Shumaker, Amber T. Stewart, Kayla N. Taylor.

Grade 11

Theresa E. Cook, Chelsea R. Frailey, Natalie B. Frailey, Lacey L. Hohl, Brandi L. Orr, Jesse I. Van Horn.

Grade 12

Rachael C. Beatty, Branden M. Coleman, David J. Ferringer, Jesse L. Klonowski, Seth E. Loughner, Samantha J. Mohney, Amanda L. Pfrogner, Benjamin S. Rearick, Corey D. Reigh, Zachary A. Reigh, Reba A. Sell.

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