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Eagle Ridge School honor roll


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Posted Online: Oct. 01, 2012, 8:30 am
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SILVIS -- Officials at Eagle Ridge School announced the honor roll for the first quarter of the 2012-13 school year.

High Honor Roll (4.0)

Eighth grade -- Antonio Dominguez.

Sixth grade -- Eva Carleton and Cassidy Maxwell.

Fifth Grade -- DaVianna Morgan and Braynt Swanson.

First Honor Roll (3.5-3.9)

Eighth grade -- Daniel Kadlec.

Seventh grade -- Logan Fitch and Dasyanique Cartwright.

Sixth grade -- Aliyah Bendix and Megan Dunsworth.

Fifth Grade -- LaTorBrianna Dunham, Brady Griffin, Chelsea Loader, Mykel Whitmarsh.

Second Honor Roll (3.0-3.49)

Eighth grade -- Jalisa Berry, Jaria Williams and Boe Whipple.

Seventh grade -- Samantha Bruce and Bryanna Copas.

Sixth grade -- Logan Clenney, Storm Vermast.

Fifth Grade -- Tucker Anderson, Monica Arroyo, Taylor Etheridge, Devaria Liddell and Jaylin Rose.






















 



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