High Honor Roll: Grade 7, 2nd Marking Period 2021-2022


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David Galbierczyk and Thomas Lancaster, 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 2021-2022 school year.

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

Sinaileen Acoff, Emely Andrade, Andrew Aromando, Vivienne Butler, Meina Cheng, Caitlyn Cilento, Tyler Cilento, Rennon Curren, Molly Daggs, Cameron DiDomenico

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Alyssa Ehrlich, Adrianna Fasanella, Sadie Fjeldal, Nicholas Fradette, Emma Gardner, Josephine Garnet, Sophia Giordano, Lexia Guarino, Victoria Harvey, Henry Hayter, Ashton Hyams

Caleb Idrovo, Taryn Krill, Michal Kula, Declan Lambert, Max Ludlow, Cecilia Manis, Eliana Marateo, Maren McCabe, Riley McClellan, Kyle Moore, Molly Mutovic

Luke Nawrocki, Madeleine Nogales, Shayna O’Reilly, Elissa Pena, Devyn Quigley, Isabella Santamaria, Kathryn Scipione, Elena Spong, Dexter Stark, Mia Stiefbold, Emma Syros, Carolyn Weil, Chloe Wynne

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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