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February 28, 2013

PROGRESS REPORT; Bullard Elementary announces honor roll

BULLARD — 4th- Six Weeks

2nd Grade

All A

Alyssa Anthony, Zane Beshirs, Jason Blakeney, Ethan Borg, Jackson Borg, Bryce Brannen, Ryan Brazel, Sadie Brems, Carter Brooks, Miguel Cantu, Madeline Carlile, Seth Clendenin, Camille Coopwood, Cason Craig, Madison Creel, Carter Crotty, Matti Daugherty, Chandler Davenport, Jasper Donahue, Elise Ellis, Hadison Fults, Dawson George, Landyn Hack, Lindsey Hall, Morgan Hamby, Hunter Hand, Madison Hibbler, Molly Kate Hooker, Jam’I Jamerson, Cole Jeffus, Randy Jowers, Landyn Kidd, Drake Kress, Tiernan Lake, Abby Lee, John Lloyd, Libby Luscombe, Maddison Majors, Caitlyn Malone, Andrew Martin, Travis McMillan, Henry Pudwill, Cheyenne Reed, Asa Rodberg, Lane Rowden, Hayden Sanders, John-Avery Sneed, Tanner Stainback, Brookelynn Stanley, Reagan Stegall, Jase Still, Camryn Stringfield, Avery Terry, Emma Thurman, Kimbree Walker, Alexis Walsworth, Aubrey Welmaker, Brody Wilson, Kylie Wray, Robert Zehren


Katelyn Allen, Cody Althide, Caleb Arroyo, Ashton Brazil, Jordan Cabiran, Beckham Campbell, Rachel Cannon, Logan Coleman, Spencer Corson, Amber Cothran, Laurel Cowart, Brilee Denney, Sayler Flores, Drue Folmar, Gavin Garcia, Payton Gill, Laurel Good, Justin Gregory, Emma Grossner, Brayden Hancock, Faith Harris, Dakoda Harrison, Lisa Hawkins, Kierra Kemp, Ty Kersey, Jacob King, Savannah Lindsey, James Mason, Evan McClure, McKenna Meador, Lilibeth Medina, Kyndall Mitchell, Emerson Moore, Dalton Morrison, Alexis Newburn, Aston Oosthuysen, Kylie Pate, Brennan Pilette, Deasya Robinson, Ezra Roy, Luke Ryan, Nicholas Schmid, Lauren Showers, Junior Smith, Isaiah Stillwell, Breana Strickland, Tristan Tamlin, Owen Thompson, Anna Turgeau, Ariayanna Williams, Elizabeth Whiteland, William Seth Wright, Zoie Zahirniak

3rd Grade

All A

Aubrey Acker, Michael Anderson, Molly Axworthy, Emily Bochow, Brady Callens, Seth Cannon, Kellen Coke,  Karis Cotter, Makena Crawford, Hannah Davis, Hope Donahue, Steven Esquibel, Tanner French, Jaydon Gage, Lane Gill, Sage Gonzalez, Shea Graham, Natalie Green, Jenna Griffith, Grahm Hale, Brooke Hamby, Danny Harris, Joshua Hawkins, Monte Hawkins, Avery Hicks, Addison Hooker, Carter Hudson, Clair Hunter, Jaden Jeter, Mackenzie King, Lainey Kurtz, Holly Linebaugh, Hannah Marr, Josie McClure, Madyson McEuen, Jacob McLane, Lukas Morris, Kamerin Ortiz, Carter Paddack, Caleb Penny, Caleb Petty, Edith Pudwill, Hayden Rankin, Helena Rawlings, Bailey Sessions, Theoren Stroud, Brandon Taylor, Kaylee Thomas, Taylor Thompson, Evan Tomlinson, Gabriel Trimble, Kade Verden, Riley Walker, Grace Watkins, Jacob Weaver, William Whisenhunt, Jaylynn Wildt, Harley Wright, Maycie Yates

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