St. Francis Catholic School fourth quarter honor rolls

classnotes@islandpacket.comJune 14, 2013 

St. Francis Catholic School announced honor rolls for the fourth quarter of the 2013-14 school year.

PRINCIPAL'S AWARD (97 percent to 100 percent)

Third grade

Caleb Bison, Christopher Brino, Alejandro Ceron, Chelsea Fleming, Joshua Gariti, Jack Gigante, Torin Kennedy, Emma Knight, Elizabeth Lofye, Braydon O'Leary, Emma Misko, Nathaniel Rohr, McKenzie Ryan, Mabel Safe, Peter Tobin, Owen VanMarter, Todd White.

Fourth grade

Zoey Basciano, Mia Calamari, Kristen Fielding, Christine Lundblad, Alexis Olivolo, Laura Payne, Additon Sherry

Fifth grade

Eileen Lundblad, Austin Mitchell, McGuire Watson

Sixth grade

Anna Borelli, Valentina Palacio, Emily Oldham

Seventh grade

Jack Jolley

Eighth grade

Isabelle Boatright

HONOR AWARD (92 percent to 96 percent)

Third grade

Monika Angner, Nicholas Gariti, Brandon Gonzalez, Mark Knight, Lance Krepfle, Teddy Oldham, Sarah Ramirez, Peter Rougeux, Max Struna

Fourth grade

Michael Calamari, Katherine Canham, JonPaul Gonzalez, Nicholas Hughes, Tyler Lindstrom, Shane Mason, Isabella Misko, Quinn Ryan, Tyler Schoeppe, Ana Thaller

Fifth grade

Luke Heitman, Samuel Rougeux.

Sixth grade

Isabella Barrero, KC Boatright, Trinity Feltner, Lindsay Franklin, Emma Mayers, Ava VanMarter

Seventh grade

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

Eighth grade

Allison Hughes, Lillian Rougeux, Callie Smith.

MERIT AWARD (86 percent to 91 percent)

Fourth grade

Nickolas Calamari, Malone Huisinger, Joshua Ramirez, Liam Sirgo

Fifth grade

Sandro Cocovich, CJ Knight, Kayla Townsend

Sixth grade

Noah Ehlers

Seventh grade

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

Eighth grade

Kaylee Ehlers, Jocelyn Konitzer, Alex Thaller

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