Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

July 6, 2012

Over 200 earn straight A's

-- — The Straight A Recognition Program June 18 at the Batesville Middle School gym celebrated  46 students in grades 4-12  who achieved straight A’s during the second semester and 221 who earned perfect grades both semesters of the 2011-12 school year.

Superintendent Dr. Jim Roberts told parents, “Thanks to your expectations and demands, your kids have done really, really well.”

Principals from the Batesville intermediate, middle and high schools and St. Louis School were on hand to pass out certificates and prizes – Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce $10 gift certificates to all-year scholars and Skyline Chili and McDonald’s coupons to those who earned straight A’s last semester.

Second Semester

Fourth Grade

Curtis Beal, Juan Garcia, Skylar Simpson and Casey Werner.   

Fifth Grade

Sophie Brown, Nathan Craft, Ben Rodgers, Austin Siefert and Melanie Werner. 

Sixth Grade

Arno Betts, Jordyn Jones, Tristian Lamppert, Janvi Patel, Angela Weisenbach and Sarah Wilson.

Seventh Grade

Michael Deal, Miranda Hillenbrand, Claire Shane and Isabella Stange.    

Eighth Grade

Connor Bell, Garett Cozart, William Dong, Shelby Drew and Breanna Hartman.  

Freshmen                                                                                                     

Spencer Deak, Jessica Meer, Bethany Moll and Lucas Tonges.

Sophomores                                                                                                     

Zach Brower, Kassidy Kase, Nathan Longstreth, Evan Prunty, Cody Reer, Allyson Ritter, Logan Schwering and Elizabeth Werner.

Juniors                                                                                                     

Micah Gowan, Emily Helvie, Kelsey Macke, Alexander McDaniel, Maria Moreno and Melissa Tanner.

Seniors                                                                                                      

Drew Coleman, Rachel Laker, Madison Phillips and Sara Weaver.

Both Semesters

Fourth Grade

Erin Batta, Ciera Belter, Samuel Bowman, Kierra Brock, Cadey Campbell, Seth Gausman, Clay Grunkemeyer and Liz Heidlage.

Also, Elizabeth Loichinger, Grace Mack, Elijah Martini, Nicholas Meer, Hunter Meyer, Anna Moeller, Adam Moster, Elizabeth Mullen, Manav Patel, Ainsley Phipps, Macy Prickel, Cory Ralston, Kari Reer, Autumn Seaver, Isabel Smith, Aaron Weber, Noah Werner, Sophie Wesseler and Abigail Westerfeld.

Fifth Grade

Adam Bedel, Sydney Bowman, Nate Dunbar, Carly Fitzpatrick, Kelly Gole, Daniel Gutzwiller, Nick Hampson, Trey Heidlage, Stella Hillenbrand, Hayley Laker, Grace Lamping, Claire Litmer and Samantha O’Keefe.

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