Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

October 31, 2013

JCD students make the grade

BATESVILLE —

Jac-Cen-Del High School officials congratulate students who have achieved honor roll status for the first quarter.

All A's

Grade 7

Kara Brown, Olivia Crain, Lauren Dickman, Dylan Meyer, Blake Simon, Elizabeth Williams and Olivia Youngman.

Grade 8

Shianna Bellingham, Baylee Dwenger, Katelyn Gehl, Conner Hubbard, Jodi Muckerheide, Lillian Simon, Maiah Simon, Joel Tunny, Emilee Wilson and Whitney Winters.

Grade 9

Jacob Dodge, Teha Merkel, Roselynn Newhart and Ziwei Wang.

Grade 10

Kaylynn Baluyot and Abigail Wagner.

Grade 11

Kelsey Bowling, Jeffry Crum, Cameron Horan, Jenna Hughes, Jacqlyn Menchhofer, Brianna Reuter, Tara Ricke, Chelsea Schwering, Kaitlyn Simon, Keith Simon and Sasha Wagner.

Grade 12

Sierra Billman, Lea Filali, Emily Gunter, Sydney Keene, Michaela Purdy, Lindsey Sutton, Stephen Volz and Austin Wagner.

A's and B's 

Grade 7

Audrey Adams, Christina Bellingham, Garrett Boor, Trevor Brison, Logan Cobler, Mariah Day, Rebekah Dodge, Logan Drockelman, Austin Ebinger, Lane Einhaus, Danielle Engel, Elyse Hunger, Victoria Kenney, Nathaniel Laswell, William Meador, Destiny Newhart, Elizabeth Newhart, Brittany Pickett, Kelsey Sebastian, Mikayla Sutton, Charles Williams and Dakota Wolfe.

Grade 8

Frank Borger, Allison Borgman, Kayla Borgman, Emily Bradley, Austin Brison, Keagan Centeno, Quentin Comer, Jackson Douglas, Madelyn Eaton, Kayla Linville, Tabitha McClain, Maggie Miller, Garret Mosier, Olivia Rehberger, Hannah Schwering and Mariah Volz.

Grade 9

Kayla Bowling, Celestina Dechristopher, Rachel Eckstein, Cody Einhaus, William Lewis, Breanna Meyer, Baili Miller and Makayla Weber.

Grade 10

Elizabeth Abel, Evan Borgman, Hayley Bruns, Mary Cole, Brianna Crowell, Jordan Day, Tyler Huff, Anna Krampitz, Ashley Laswell, Bryce Liming, Minnie Minanandana, Rachel Schwanholt, Andrea Smith and Lucas Williams.

Grade 11

Ethan Adams, Tiffany Burton, Kelsey Foster, Allen Hooton, Chandler Keith, Christopher Kissel, Karly Mcpherson, Justin Merkel, Ty Moorman, Dominique Norman, Mason Schwier, Brittany Scott, Kendrack Vanderbur and Anastasia Vikhoreva. 

Grade 12

Joshua Bultman, Alexis Bushhorn, Skila Catron, Sabrina Combs, Laura Detmer, Dakotah Ebbing, Sierra Eldridge, Shelbie Huffmeyer, Christine Lewis, Brandon McDaniel, Derek Powers, Cheyenne Robinson, Timothy Schoettmer, Morgan Schwier, Megdalene Stirn, Thomas Tunny and Shane Youngman. 

 

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