Clark Junior High School Honor Roll

by | May 7, 2015 | Education

Clark Junior High School has released the names of those students making the honor roll for the fifth six weeks.

They are:

A honor roll

Eighth graders – Christopher Alvarado, Melissa Avila, Lxamri Bolden, Geren Brock, Steven Contreras, Olivia Elsea, Bryan Garay Juarez, Isaac Graham, Charlye Guerrero, Faith Gunther, Austin Hardy, Elishah Harrison, Noel Jasso, Athena Kirby, Tiffany Lo            , Noel Parra, Taylor Price, Autumn Randle, Daniel Self, Laura Staley, Kyla Summers, Yamileth Torres-Pesquera,

Seventh graders – Karla Barboza, Sara Becker, Darian Black, Robert Browne, Eden Burke, Annayathzin Chambers, Garrett Cook, Madeline Craig, Stefany Crosby, Mary Deming, Tia Dodd, Sarah Edwards, Cassidy Edwards, Cannon Fenton, Alyssa Fisher, Emily Flatt, Natalie Flores, Gianelle Garay Juarez, Angie Henriquez, Nicolas Ledesma, Ashley Lopez, Corey Malouf, Elizabeth McGinty, Joana Molina Pedraza, Amanda Peters, Chase Rader, William Robertson, Lillian Rodriguez, Mercedes Rodriguez, Jacob Rogers, Brianna Scheffman, Cathrine Shaddox      , Brittney Sparks, Kindall Stevens, Ethan Taylor, Claire Tidwell, Carly Turner, Brookelyn Veal, Brandon Veasley, Ja’me Vega and Michael Wilson.

B honor roll

Eighth graders – Jourdyn Albaugh, Avery Alexander, Jacob Allaman, Jose Arredondo, Katelyn Bailey, Benjamin Baker, Alexis Barnhart, Citlalli Barreto Mendoza, Frances Benedict, Samantha Boys, Seth Butler, Jasmine Canas, Michael Carter, Angelica Cerda, Enrique Cerda Aguilar, Caleb Chapman, Aimmin Chouaibi, Kyler Cook, William Courtney, Cody Crank, Morgan Crank, Dustin Davis, Kenya DeLeon, Abram Diosdado. Rose Dorado, Tyler Eads, Brutus Apollo Zeus Fowler, Emily Franck, Leslie Garcia-Acosta, Tristan Gee, Brookilyn Gilbert, Aaron Gilbreath, Jordan Grams, Ceniya Green, Cynthia Guevara, Joanna Gutierrez, Hailey Hambleton, Darian Hearn, Jairo Cesar Hernandez Araiza, Diana Hernandez Mejia, Vidal Hernandez Solis, Alexis Jones, Payton Jones, Luis Landin Franco, Lindsey Markcum, Anthony McDonald, Cole Mentel, Kelby Monson, Gisel Montoya, Waymond Moore, Leonel Munguia, Brianna O’Daniel , Jalen Ogletree, Damilola Oyatayo, Nathaniel Palafox, Bryan Perez, Jacqueline Perez, Shelby Purser, Koby Qualls, Dezeray Reber, Sierra Richards, Ashley Rivera-Gonzales, Lesley Saldana, Madisyn Shackelford, Saige Singer, Abbigale Smalley, Kamryn Smith, Rebecca Stanton, Raelynn Suggs, Brennan Suggs, Christmas Summers, Makayla Taylor, Faith Toombs, Rebecca Torres, Mariana Trevizo, Kevin Trevizo Corral, Melanie Ugarte Hernandez, Trinity Varvel, Pablo Verdugo, Courtney Webb, Kaitlyn White, Jordan Whitfield, Graci Wilkins, Rebecca Williams, Cameron Wilson and Renee Wolbert.

Seventh graders – Nallely Acosta, Angela Alcocer, Tayler Ash, Bailey Askew     , Sydney Bazan, Blane Bissell, Corbin Bly, Christopher Bonilla, Nathan Boone, Taylor Boyles, Edgar Briseno, Chloe Bryant, Sabrina Caldwell, Kendall Carpenter, Kelsey Chappell, Kristi Chui, Bradley Clift, America Coronado Ramos, Catherine Cruz, Destiny Cullum, Esperanza DeHoyos, Zachary Dotson, David English, Jeanette Garcia, Kendra Gillespie, Madeleine Godwin, Bryanna Gomez, Jaqueline Gomez Molina, Jonathan Gonzalez, Kameron Green, Kaytlin Gresham, Elian Guerra, Fatima Guerrero, Marlene Gurrola, Martin Halupka, Caitlyn Harred, Braylen Harris, Michaela Hawkins, Savanna Heitter, Jennifer Hernandez Martinez, Martin Hernandez Solis, Thomas Hightower, Jalaydon Hill, Hannah Hill, Takia Hurt, Ana Hurtado, Madeleine Jones, Alanis Juvera Lopez, Kingsley Klima, Skilar Lewis, Jennifer Lopez, Susana Lopez Granados, Kyara Martinez, Gabriel Martinez Mejia, Jonathan McCoy, Austin McIntire    , Nathaniel Montgomery, Riley Morrison, Natalie Neshyba, Melaina Newby, Abigail Odle, Alisha Pettis, Karla Ponce de Leon, Tristen Powell, Jadyn Prom, Skyler Ragsdale, Arturo Ramirez, Sebastian Ramirez, Emma Rascon, Jordan Richardson, Isaiah Rios, Lidia Rivera, Anelle Rodgers, Jolie Rugwiza     , Marissa Russell, Kasie Segleski, Bria Seymore, Presley Shearin, Dylan Shipp, Ella Angel Silvers, Zoe Sims        , Brayden Strickland, Jackson Stuckey, Conner Suggs, Devon Taylor, Zachary Therrien-Martin, Deven Thomas, Crystal Tice, Micaela Trevino, Cody Turner, Alexander Madrid Valenzuela, Estefania Villalba, Jesse Villarreal Marquez    , Lucky Vue, Taylor Walby, Reese Weaks, Issac Weaver, Haven Welborn, Ethan White, Michael Womack and Bryce Wood.

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