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High Honor Roll: Grade 5, Fourth 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 fifth grade students who have earned academic recognition during the fourth marking period of the 2021-2022 school year.

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

Harper Aarons, Ella Albertine, Hannah Allen, Bridget Aloia, Gabriel Alvarez, Liam Alworth, Landon Belizaire, Gabriella Bernal-Silva, Ciel Brun, Rebecca Brutman

Arianna Carbuccia, Mary Clutterbuck, Joseph Cocuzza, Hieri DaCosta, Shea DeMatteis, Juliana DePalma, Macy Dunn, Chase Falcone, Theodore Ford

Jackson Hannigan, Henry Hardy, John Heintjes, Emily Heller, Alice Holland, Chloe Idrovo, Alphonse Joseph, Luke Kaulback

Josephine Longo, Amelia Martin, Patrick McDonald, Jackson McGrath, Ceira Moy, Andrew Mutovic, Juliet Nawrocki, Mason Newman

Jayden Orrei, Sienna Pellegrino, Matteo Perri, Cole Quigley, Lilly Russell, Gwyneth Saltarelli, Thia Tome

Tess Vanaman, Josephine Villani, Christopher Viola, Stephen Weil, Ilya Yakhnis, Samuel Zalewski, Alexander Zarr

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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  1. Fantastic Mary Jane all your hard work is rewarded love ❤️ and hugs. Grammy’and Poppy


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