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March 27, 2014

Barr-Reeve Honor Roll

2013-2014 Barr-Reeve Middle/High School Honor Roll and High Honor Roll List

Grading Period 3

High Honor Roll — All As

Honor Roll — All As and Bs

6th Grade High Honor Roll: Kaden Boyd, Peyton Eaton David Graber, Grant Harrison, Lexus Knepp, Jaeden Lengacher and Melissa Wagler.

6th Grade Honor Roll: Lindsey Gallagher, Jeremiah Graber, Connor Heller, Kara Hughes, MaKayla Kavanaugh, Mitchell Kavanaugh, Kaelyn Klopfenstein, Kaitlynn Mincey, Keegan O’Neill, Rhonda Raber, Kendall Tompkins, Alexis Traylor, Jacob Wagler, Olivia Wagler, Charity Yoder and Kaitlyn Yoder.

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

7th Grade Honor Roll: Olivia Barley, Wade Burris, Ashley Gabhart, Jordan Graber, Tristan Graber, Marissa Helms, Logan Knepp, Nichole Knepp, Ross Knepp, Kasadie Lloyd, Zachary Sinnott, Breanna Stoll, Isaac Wagler and Rosetta Wagler.

8th Grade High Honor Roll: Bailey Dant, Anna Graber, Annie Graber, Bailey Graber, Kameron Graber, Kimbra Graber, Natalie Graber, Courtney Howell, Brooke Kavanaugh, Mary Lang, Nicole McMullen, Jayden Miller, Paige Neukam, Rachel Raber, Natalie Schultheis, Amy Stoll, Lana Stoll, Lance Swartzentruber, Zachary Wagler and Austin Yoder.

8th Grade Honor Roll: Abbie Bennett, Grazzin Eaton, Kacey Jones, Anna O’Connor, Leanna Raber, Jasmine Stoll, Anthony Tuono and Ethan Wagler.

9th Grade High Honor Roll: Hannah Graber, Macin Graber, Krislyn Knepp, Austin Lee, Peyton Lengacher, Trevor Lengacher, Hawk Royer, Chase Salmon, Emily Schultheis, Will Scott, Emma Steiner, Jayna Wagler, Jonathan Walker, Amy Wittmer and Brianna Yoder.

9th Grade Honor Roll: Cole Butler, Michael Duvall, Kaitlyn Gabhart, Kolten Graber, Janae Graber, Megan Graber, Trenton Graber, Zachery Graber, Evan Helms, Cameron Kavanaugh, Levi Murdach, Kalen Ochs, Noah Ross and Bailey Tanksley.

10th Grade High Honor Roll: Jalon Graber, Logan James, Bethanie Knepp, Megan Wagler, Kendra Yoder and Trevor Yoder.

10th Grade Honor Roll: Kurt Bauer, Adrianna Duvall, Baley Gabhart, Adam Graber, Eric Graber, Keith Hart, Chris Howell, Kaylyn Jones , Colten Lottes, Joseph Nicholson, Charles O’Neill, Jarit Perkins, Caleb Phelps, Hannah Wilson, Nicole Wilson and Stephen Wilson.

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