Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

July 3, 2013

253 students earn straight A's

(Continued)

Grade 7

Arno Betts, Benjamin Craft, Emma Gausman, Madeline Greene, Kelsey Huffner, Adam Mullen, Madeline Pierson, Hannah Simpson and Angela Weisenbach.

Grade 8

Joseph Barr, Nathan Batta, Jacob Christie, Curt Eckstein, Kyle Emsweller, Gracie Flaspohler, Emily Gutzwiller, Julia Hunter, Molly Jones, Anna Kick, Kurtis Koury, Jonathan Kunkel, Kylie Lehman, Drake Main, Elliot Main, Joshua May, Alison Muckerheide and Emily Muckerheide.

Also, Sylvia Phillips, Mary Poltrack, Sarah Poltrack, Tyler Ralston, Madeleine Robben, Claire Shane, Carleigh Siebert, Isabella Stange, Isabelle Tuveson, McKenna Vierling, Taylor Villani, Regan WeberdingBrooklynn Weisenbach, Carissa Werner, Rick Werner, Josie Wesseler and Veronica Williams

Grade 9

Malissa Alley, Mary Catherine Barnett, Kevin Bedel, Clare Bruns, Shelby Drew, Lauren Eckstein, Mary Elkins, Sophia Fledderman, Grace Heppner, Kira Hertel, Erin Ison, Erin McElhoe, Sarah Meer, Austin Meyer and Matt Moorman.

Also, Derek Nobbe, Harsh Patel, Gabrielle Raab, Abigail Roell, Madison Schloemer, McKayla Schloemer, Heidi Shaw, Macy Simon, Emma Stevens, Matthew Taylor, Molly Weigel, Elizabeth Weiler, Emily Weiler, Emily Williamson and Kent Wilson.

Grade 10

Brooke Bradford, Katherine Brunner, Elizabeth Cuttle, Jennifer Doehrman, Megan Doll, Lexi Eisert, Kelsey Gausman, Grant Greene, Kelli Hartman, Calvin Lehman, Meg Liter, Erin Longstreth, Kegan Main, Mikaela Mustaine, Seth Parker, Tabitha Schebler, Wyatt Schebler, Ian Williamson, Audrey Wilson and Garrett Yorn.

Grade 11

Colin Brown, Payton Charlton, Cassandra Dickey, Chad Emsweller, Michele Genoni, Leo Giesey, Austin Glaub, Andrew Grossman, Sarah Hoseus, Kassidy Kase, Benjamin Kick, Nathan Longstreth, Wesley McKinney, Benjamin Meer, Allyson Ritter, Rebecca Roell, Connor Rose and Deepan Saravanan.

Grade 12

William Betts, Andrea Cox, Morgan Dreyer, Gwendolyn Frank, Lawson Gutzwiller, Ellen Heppner, Michael Hoeing, Nicole Hountz, Megan Karbowski, Kelsey Macke, Anna Meer, Andrea Nobbe, Andrew Nolan, Clare Parker, Ashley Perkins, Elizabeth Roell, Emily Schebler, Madeline Stevens, Nicholas Wanamaker and Cassidy Werner.

The Straight A Recognition Program is sponsored by area businesses, organizations and individuals.Students who achieved straight A’s for both semesters were given Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce $10 gift certificates that can be redeemed at a vast number of places. Those rewards were made possible due to monetary donations from these contributors: Angel Light Therapeutic Massage & Energy Therapy; Batesville Community Education Foundation; Batesville Fraternal Order of Eagles Aeries 1130; Batesville Tool & Die; Dr. Stephen Glaser; Bruns-Gutzwiller; Craig, Kelley & Faultless; Jim and Char Dreyer; and Paul Ehrman Insurance Agency.

Also, Enhanced Telecommunications Corp.; FCN Bank; Forethought Life Insurance Co.; Gehring Inc.; Giesting Financial; John A. Hillenbrand II; Integrity Tool; Ison’s Family Pizza; Mapnap Farms; Margaret Mary Health; and Southeastern Insurance.

Students who earned straight A‘s during the second semester were given coupons donated by McDonald’s and Skyline Chili.

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