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October 25, 2013

Barr-Reeve Honor Roll

Barr-Reeve Junior/Senior High School honor roll. To be named to the high honors list students must have received all As while students named to the honor roll must have received all As and Bs.

6th Grade High Honor Roll: Kaden Boyd, Peyton Eaton, Mitchell Kavanaugh, Lexus Knepp and Jaeden Lengacher

6th Grade Honor Roll: Garret Bell, Moriah Bullock, Jayden Craney, Caleb Graber, David Graber, Jeremiah Graber, Grant Harrison, Kara Hughes, Nathan Hunt, Kaelyn Klopfenstein, Katlynn Mincey, Rhonda Raber, Kendall Tompkins, Alexis Traylor, Jacob Wagler, Melissa Wagler, Tanysha Wagler, Dalton Whitehead and Kaitlyn Yoder

7th Grade High Honor Roll: Molly Holsopple, Lauren Stoll, Karlena Wagler, Rachael Wilson and Quentin Yoder

7th Grade Honor Roll: Austin Ainscogh, Olivia Barley, Wade Burris, Hunter Emmons, Hannah Fuhs, Ashley Gabhart, Brayton Graber, Tyanna Graber, Chloe Knepp, Logan Knepp, Nichole Knepp, Ross Knepp, Kasadie Lloyd, Micah Phelps, Zachary Raney, Zachary Sinnott, Jacob Sisco, Breanna Stoll, Andrew Swartzentruber, Mackenzie Swartzentruber, Galen Wagler, Rhonda Wagler, Rosetta Wagler, Taylor Walton, Emily Wittmer and Keshon Wittmer

8th Grade High Honor Roll: Bailey Dant, Anna Graber, Annie Graber, Bailey Graber, Kameron Graber, Kimbra Graber, Natalie Graber, Mary Lang, Brooke Kavanaugh, Paige Neukam, Rachel Raber, Natalie Schultheis, Amy Stoll, Jasmine Stoll, Lana Stoll, Lance Swartzentruber, Ethan Wagler and Austin Yoder

8th Grade Honor Roll: Abbie Bennett, Grazzin Eaton, Courtney Howell, Kacey Jones, Nicole McMullen, Jayden Miller, Anna O’Connor, Leanna Raber, Kaden Roark, Zhenya Salmon, Justin Tedrow, Anthony Tuono and Zachary Wagler

9th Grade High Honor Roll: Cole Butler, Jenae Graber, Macin Graber, Kaitlyn Gabhart, Evan Helms, Austin Lee, Peyton Lengacher, Trevor Lengacher, Quinten Royer, Chase Salmon, Emily Schultheis, Will Scott, Emma Steiner, Bailey Tanksley, Jonathan Walker, Amy Wittmer and Brianna Yoder

9th Grade Honor Roll: Leah Bullock, Michael Duvall, Hannah Graber, Trent Graber, Zachery Graber, Cameron Kavanaugh, Kolten Graber, Megan Graber, Krislyn Knepp, Kalen Ochs, Levi Murdach, Elizabeth Raber, Noah Ross, Jayna Wagler and Mitchell Wagler

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