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Honor Roll: Grade 7, 2nd Marking Period 2020-2021

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honor rollYvette McNeal and David Galbierczyk, principals of H.B. Whitehorne Middle School, are proud to announce the names of those seventh grade students who have earned academic recognition during the second marking period of the 2020-2021 school year.

These students have qualified for the honors award by attaining all “A” and “B” grades:

Andrew Ackerman, Alisa Aleynikov, Dean Algieri, Elin Attal, Braden Bailey, Olivia Baureis, Jada Bednar, Zachary Bermeo, Dylan Bratek, Charlotte Brutman

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Jayden Camacho, Nicholas Caruso, Ryan Cavallo, Lewis Cheng, Henry Cherep, Owen Church, John Cooper, Hannah Crinion, Courtney Cruz, Lauren Czupak

Jack Davis, Christian DePalma, Christopher DiDiego, Daniel DiGeronimo, Abigail Donnelly, Sean Donohue, Reese Falcone, Sebastian Ferran, Grant Fersch, Luke Freedman

Emerson Garrett, Thomas Gawley, Finola Giblin, Sophia Graziano, Nina Greco, Jake Halen, Sydney Hannigan, Joseph Houck, Paige Kirby, Logan Knoetig, Evelyn Kogan, Payton Kohler, Sarah Komninos

Isabella Lambo, Brooklyn Leagon, Ivy Liaukus, Robert Mack, Boden Maisano, Mason Mania, Londynn Martes, James Martin, Shawn McElroy, Liam McEnerney, Caleigh Moore

Gwendolyn Neale, Noella Newman, Lexi O’Reilly, Charles Pepe, Joseph Phelan, Rocco Quilici, James Russell, Nicolas Saj, Anais Schechter, Aiden Schmidt, Sophia Simon

Grace Traficante, Evan Tsang, Sienna Ulukaya, Johnathan Velebir, James Waugh, Nate Williamson, Natalia Zazzera, Connor Zimany

The names of some students who qualified for the honor roll do not appear on this list because their parents have elected not to release personal information to the media.

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