Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

June 1, 2012

Many make the St. Louis School honor roll

-- — Educators have announced the St. Louis School fourth quarter honor roll.

Grade 4

First Honors

Erin Batta, Mindy Eckstein, Max Kirschner, Alyssa Krekeler, Grace Mack, Caroline Meer, Nicholas Meer, Alexa Miles, Anna Moeller, Adam Moster, Courtney Nichols, Hunter Nichols, Sarah Price, Kari Reer, Adam Scott, Samantha Tonges, Eli Tuveson, Molly Wachsmann, Aaron Weber, Sophie Wesseler and Kathryn Wilder.

Second Honors

Adam Cox, Jacob Deutsch, GiGi Dreyer, Mason Enneking, Lily Esser, Jack Karbowski, Harlee Masavage and Allison Storms.

Third Honors

Rachel Amberger, Dominic Butz, Johnathon Deal, Luke Esser, Joey Gutzwiller, Zach Harmeyer, Kayla Meyer, Chloe Meadows, Abe Peetz, Abbey Prickel, Jayden Rose, Sydney Schutte, Zeb Streator and Evan Vogelsang.

Grade 5

First Honors

Lily Abplanalp, Sophie Brown, Jenna Ertel, Alex Geers, Sam Giesting, Stella Hillenbrand, Hanna Hurm, Gus Kellerman, Kate Poltrack, Sarah Preston and George Ritter.

Second Honors

Marigrace Anderson, Nathan Eckstein, Monica Gerstbauer, Lydia Gigrich, Matthew Hoog, Sam Johnson, Emily Koch, Ryan Laloge, Hailey Mohr, Kara Obermeyer, Maddie Reidy, Avery Roell, Max Shenk, Jordan Stenger, Michael Todd and Grace Tonges.

Third Honors

Miles Bowser, Kate Burkhart, Gus Cooper, Marisa Fullenkamp, Ella Gutzwiller, Charlie Prickel, Kevin Salatin, Samantha Sheets and Corinne Stone.

Grade 6

First Honors

Jillian Eckstein, Kyle Eckstein, Eric Harmeyer, Carly Lents, Baylee Rohlfing, Kyle Siefert, Audrey Weigel, Ana White and Sarah Wilson.

Second Honors

Audrey Amberger, Holly Bryan, Megan Butz, Mitchell Ertel, Sam Esser, Gabi Garcia, Drew Gutzwiller, Haylee Harmeyer, Melissa Meneses, David Narwold, Baird Tuveson, Angela Wanstrath and Marie Werner.

Third Honors

Ian Dickey, Ridge Douglas, Ava Geers, Will Harmeyer, Gavin Koester, Stuart Lamping, Kezia Peck, Amelia Prickel, Luke Stirn, Ellen Tonges and Molly Wintz.

Grade 7

First Honors

Nathan Batta, Hannah Cox, Michael Deal, Curtis Eckstein, Anne Freese, Gabe Frey, Margaret Glaser, Mia Hillenbrand, Marie Hoog, Nathan Hurm, Dave Kuntz, Sydney Lecher, Madelyn Maier, Laura Meer, Rose Meer, Taylor Meyers, Caleb Moster, Liam Mungcal, Mary Poltrack, Sarah Poltrack, Meg Reidy, Paul Ritter, Alex Roell, Isabelle Tuveson, Tyler Wachsmann, Regan Weberding, Josie Wesseler and Rachel Zins.

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