Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

June 24, 2014

268 straight A students honored

Fifty-three students at Batesville intermediate, middle and high schools and St. Louis School who earned straight A’s during the second semester were presented with certificates and coupons for McDonald’s and Skyline Chili at a June 16 recognition program.

Superintendent Dr. Jim Roberts called the qualification for the awards “the easiest to explain, but perhaps the most difficult to attain.”

Grade 4

Audrey Ayette, Emerson Belew, Jason Emsweller, Lincoln Litzinger, Elliott Mertz and Alyssa Wanstrath.

Grade 5

Jack Ablplanalp, Riley Bosket, Christopher Campbell, Sidney Dickman, Grace Habig, John Moorman, Paige Oldham and Jacob Sheets.

Grade 6

Kierra Brock, Clayton Grunkemeyer, Nicholas Meer, Hunter Meyer and Adam Scott.

Grade 7

Ashlyn Czerniak, Caroline Fitzpatrick, William Geers, Sam Giesting, Georgia Gratz, Hanna Hurm, Bethany Murray, Robert Raver and Grace Tonges.

Grade 8

Ashley Daulton, Bryce Kroll, Christopher Laymon and Rebecca Mustaine.

Grade 9

Emily Massey, Candice Roell and Robert Strobel.

Grade 10

Aidan Bell, Connor Bell, Sarah Canady, John Chaffee, Blake Jennewein, Timothy Tunny and Christopher Weisenbach.

Grade 11

Anna Crume, Isaac Frank, Layne Kirchoff, Neal Nobbe, Katelyn Pfeiffer, Chloe Rennekamp and Michael Tunny.

Grade 12

Jacob Hawkins, Evan Prunty, Amy Schebler and Logan Schwering.

According to the superintendent, 215 received straight A’s for both semesters in the 2013-14 school year. They were given $10 Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce gift certificates.

Grade 4

Amelia Austin, Ashley Ayette, Ellen Bauer, Kyler Daulton, Dorothy Doll, Brady Hornberger, Eli Lamping, Russell Lecher, Travis Lecher, Caleb Lehman and Ean Loichinger.

Also, Maria Lopez, Spencer Mack, Ashley Metcalf, Emily Meyer, Lily Meyer, Brayleigh Patterson, Lily Pinckley, Olivia Raab, Sarah Ripperger and Sydnee Schaefer.

Grade 5

Nicholas Burlage,Bristol Davies, Tyler Dierckman, Nicole Fox, Anna Gerth, Aidan Jennewein, Rachel Kuntz, Snigdha Mendra-Bapu and Matthew Meyer.

Also, Randy Powell, Ava Ralston, Lleyton Ratcliffe, Samuel Rodgers, Kavin Saravanan, Grace Sarringhaus, Calvin Sherwood, Megan Sloan, Laine Struewing, Taylor Townsley, Trysta Vierling and Nathaniel Villani.

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