Honor Roll: Grade 7, First Marking Period 2011


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Ms. Yvette McNeal, principal of H.B. Whitehorne Middle School, is proud to announce the names of those seventh grade students who earned academic recognition during the first marking period of the 2011 – 2012 school year. These students have qualified for the honors award by receiving As and Bs in every school subject.

Brendon Adrian
Stephanie Aloia
Ava Anderson
Joseph Anello
Jake Anquillare
Yasmin Awad
Caitlin Barry
John Beaton
Carla Bello
Samantha Beltram
Sean Burke
John Bush
Bridget Cumming
Gianluca DelBarba
Richard Denton
Kaitlyn Deo
Samuel Discafani
Sofia Espindola
Katherine Fernandez
Nicholas Fierro
Darilyn Fine
Owen Freeman
Daniel Frey
Giuliana Frizzi
Dominick Gamarro
Reagan Gresham
Kathleen Guerin
Brooke Harrington
Caleigh Holton
Natalie Hull
Benjamin Janes
Travis Jocelyn
Caitlyn Kenneally
Kevin Kistner
Wade Kistner
John Kosko
Nicholas Lanese
Quinn Lawless
Daniel Liggio
Daniel Ligon
James Loudon
Olivia Lucanie
Derek Martin
Kelsey McKeen
Austin Molan
Alana Murphy
Paige Nagy
Molly Nochimson
Michael Nulty
Kelsey Oh
Cathleen Paluszek
Christopher Patti
Todd Roshong
Sean Ryan
Alena Seepaul
Christian Serino
Anna Shea
Sara Short
Nicholas Siclari
Connor Silvia
Zachary Skrivanic
Danielle Smith
Rachelle Smith
Douglas Spardel
Charles Strlekar
Holly Studwell
Connor Sullivan
Bella Vassallo
Anna Wallace
Ivan Wallingford
Veronica Wertz
Sarah Wynd

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