Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

November 22, 2013

SDIS stellar students listed

(Continued)

Grade 6

Nicolae Agapie, Laine Anthony, Alyssa Bailey, Laura Barnhorst, Trevor Becker, Tyler Benkert, Kaylynn Berg, Abigail Bischoff, Alejandra Blanco, Noah Blankman, Draven Block, Kanan Block, Zachary Bovard, Sydney Brennen, Logan Breyman, Wil Burke, Gwynn Burress, Cammi Caldwell, Ian Campbell, Andrew Cannon, Kasey Carr, Thomas Carr, Casey Castle, Megan Caudy, Colton Colegate, Nicole Cooper, Kaelyn Crane, Leigha Cummings, Olivia Curtis, Gavin Daniels, Riley Davis, Daniel Deddens, Jack Deddens, Clayton Deitsch, Lauren deLong, Caleb Dick, Alexandra Disbro, Clara Dobbins, Shelby Dole, Katherine Doll, Devon Donawerth, Natalie Douthit, Alexandra Dudley, Levi Eckstein, Samantha Engel, Gage Ertel, Hunter Foote, Anders Fox, Faith Fox, Korrina Franklin, Hailey Fritz, August Fulton, Emily Garcia and Karley Garrison.

Also, Caine Gindling, Hannah Greene, Nicholas Griffin, Dayton Haft, Margaret Harden, Amelia Hartman, Joseph Hartman, Maria Hartman, Peyton Hartman, Bailey Hatton, Maya Heilmayer, Kendra Herald, Adrik Herbert, Alexandra Herbert, Rachel Hill, James Hillgrove, Kaylee Hollowell, Zakary Hornberger, Olivia Horsman, Lauren House, Kevin Huber, Kiara Huber, Joshua Hudepohl, Logan Huismann, Jocelyn Hylton, Jack Isom, Jacob M Johnson, Carly Kane, Dade Kelly, Benjamin Kern, Riley Kersey, Jacob Kichler, Abrianna Kidd, Nathan Kidwell, Emily King, Emma King, Evan Kubitz, Megan Laflin, Kyle Leising, Joseph Lemons, Chase Ludwig, Daniel Ludwig, Jacob Markewicz, Jordan Marro, Kyla Mattingly, Madison McAdams, Kendra McAndrew, Brilan McCory, Allison Merida, Elizabeth Meyer, Blake Michels, Hannah Middleton and Dustin Miller.

Also, Cailee Mitchell, Patrick Mitchell, Zachary Monhollen, Luciano Montazemi, Oliver Moster, Dara Nash, Katelynn Osman, Kyle Partin, Gabriel Patton, Jacob Poindexter, Kenneth Rahm, Violet Rebich, Hannah Reynolds, Hailey Roden, Cheyenne Rowland, Rachel Rush, Levi Ryan, Kiersten Sackett, Devin Salyers, Aaliyah Sansone, Mackenzie Schantz, Madison Schmidt, Jordan Schoch, Angela Schoenung, Kaitlyn Schuman, Kylie Scudder, Logan Shattuck, Jordyn Smith, Sarah Smith, Dianna Sprague, Lincoln Steele, Danielle Storm, Gabrielle Storm, Kyra Stuhan, Mia Sweeney Perrino, Brody Taylor, Kennady Taylor, London Teepe, Troy Teepe, Jazmyn Templeton, Alyssa Thomas, Joseph Toney, Dylan Volk, Ashley Wagner, Danielle Walls, Elizabeth Warren, Rebekah Weisenbach, Leah Weiss, Noah Wheat, Allison White, and Peyton Wilhelm.

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