St. Francis Catholic School second quarter honor rolls

classnotes@islandpacket.comMarch 15, 2013 

St. Francis Catholic School announced honor rolls for the second quarter of the 2012-13 school year.

PRINCIPAL'S AWARD

Third grade

Caleb Bison, Christopher Brino, Alejandro Ceron, Emma Knight, Braydon O'Leary

Fourth grade

Zoey Basciano, Christine Lundblad, Alexis Olivolo, Additon Sherry, Jon Paul Gonzalez

Fifth grade

Austin Mitchell

Sixth grade

Anna Borelli, Trinity Feltner, Lindsay Franklin, Emma Mayers, Valentina Palacio

Seventh grade

John Jolley

Eighth grade

Isabelle Boatright, Allison Hughes

HONOR AWARD

Third grade

Monika Angner, Chelsea Fleming, Joshua Gariti, Nicholas Gariti, Torin Kennedy, Mark Knight, Lance Krepfle, Elizabeth Lofye, Emma Misko, Nate Rohr, Peter Rougeux, McKenzie Ryan, Mabel Safe, Max Struna, Peter Tobin, Owen VanMarter, Todd White

Fourth grade

Mia Calamari, Michael Calamari, Nickolas Calamari, Kristen Fielding, Nicholas Hughes, Tyler Lindstrom, Shane Mason, Laura Payne, Anastasia Thaller

Fifth grade

Luke Heitman, Eileen Lundblad, Samuel Rougeux, McGuire Watson

Sixth grade

Isabella Barrero, K C Boatright, Emily Oldham, Ava VanMarter.

Seventh grade

Sidney Angner, Kaeleigh Judge, Darby O'Donnell, Brad Tigges, Mark Tigges.

Eighth grade

Kaylee Ehlers, Callie Smith

MERIT AWARD

Third grade

Brandon Gonzalez, Teddy Oldham

Fourth grade

Katherine Canham, Malone Huisinger, Isabella Misko, Quinn Ryan, Tyler Schoeppe, Gabriella Surbeck

Fifth grade

Anthony Cedeno, Alessandro Cocovich, CJ Knight, Emily Krepfle, Jake Lopez

Sixth grade

Brendan Analla, Noah Ehlers, Joseph Maffo, Michael Porter

Seventh grade

Alexandra Guardado, Lydia Novak, Bridget O'Gorman, Eston Parker, Lauren Shand

Eighth grade

Alma Ceron, Jocelyn Konitzer, Lillian Rougeux, Katie Surbeck, Alexander Thaller

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