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Honor Rolls

The Kittanning Junior High School has announced its distinguished honor roll and honor roll for the fourth grading period.

Distinguished Honor Roll

Grade 8

Samuel Bargerstock, Alexis Benvenuti, Dalton Bowser, Jared Campbell, Sarah Claypool, Jil Ditmore, Bradley Edgington, Morgan Goldinger, Jessa Goldner, Nicholas Heginbotham, Levon Hetrick, Carly Hoffman, Victoria Hogg, Matthew Janovsky, Zachary Johns, Megan Kidder, Alexander Lane, Stevie Langham, Charles Layton, Margaret Long, Emily Mitchell, Luke Mitchell, Sarah Morris Brandon Petras, Bethany Piechowicz, Katie Stewart, Ryan Toy, Alexander Ulisky, Jessica Yackmack.

Grade 7

Corinne Blodgett, Jasa Brochetti, Mary Margaret Connolly, Graham Cousins, Matthew Grafton, Sarah Hidinger, Jordan Klodowski, Kol Lazaroff, Brandon Lee, Noelle Lemons, Taylor Patterson, Nathan Piluso, Alexander Sharrow, Ryan Shilling, Nicholas Turco, Timber Walker, Charee White.

Honor Roll

Grade 8

Devon Alberts, Myrissa Bellotti, Taylor Bowers, Angelekia Bruce, Victor Carlesi, Angela Claypoole, Dylan Claypoole, Gabriel Clouse, Madison Crawford, Lindsey Delacour, Joseph DeVivo, Brooke Dudek, Phillip Falchetti, Tyler Ferraino, Robert Gamble, Lauren Harclerode, Ashley Hockenberry, Brooke Hooks, Lydia Houllion, Edward Johnson, Heinz Koster, Ty Lambert, Jacob Lamison, Carissa Lash, Thomas Nasser, Kristen Neal, Cody Oresick, Andrew Scholl, Mitchell Scholl, Nicholas Scholl, Jud Toth, Kelsey Toy, Zachary Wolfe, Matt Zambotti, Josee Zydonik.

Grade 7

Maura Andreassi, Nicholas Anthony, Kevin Barnes, Hunter Bearer, Blake Bowser, Chloe Bowser, Zachary Burns, Gregory Cook, Trisha Corpening, Dallas Cousins, Evan Cravener, Blake Davis, Chiara Ebig, Nicole Eckman, Christian Emminger, Ian Fleeger. Jessica George, Seth Grafton, Colby Hika, Brooke Johns, Nicole Johnson, Jesse Kane, Marisa Karenchak, Allison Kline, Kaitlyn Kline, Ashley Krizmanich, Hannah Krukar, James Kunst, Stephen Lhote, Jake Moore, Joshua Petras, Pria Picardi, Nathaniel Robb, Cassidy Shaffer, Kelsey Shay, Melissa Smith, Jared Stack, Renea Stolitza, Brianna Streightif, Tricia Thompson, Tiffany Waltenbaugh, Nathan Watt, Brianna Williamson, Ellen Williamson, Lainey Yockey.

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