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February 28, 2013

PROGRESS REPORT: JCS Honor Roll 4th Six Weeks

JACKSONVILLE —    A HONOR ROLL        

KINDERGARTEN

Jonah Pierce

Karlee Swinford

1ST GRADE

Calvin Fatta

2ND GRADE

Colin Dement

3RD GRADE

Haley George

Collin Lockett

4TH GRADE

Darla Morris

5TH GRADE

Matalyn Swinford    

6TH GRADE

Rebecca Morris

8TH GRADE

Ariana Morris

    

 AB HONOR ROLL

    

KINDERGARTEN

Maggie Urquiza

1ST GRADE

Connor Sessions

2ND GRADE

Elly Berry

Andi Dement

Kaylee Profili

3RD GRADE

Aubrey McCown

Jesse Spraggins        

4TH GRADE

Colby Dement    

Benjamin Thrift

Gwyneth Wilder

5TH GRADE

Cheyenne Gilmore

Kaden Profili

6TH GRADE

Peter Chen

Ethan McDonald

Rebecca Thrift

8TH GRADE

Summer Best

Morgan Miles

PERFECT

ATTENDANCE

    

KINDERGARTEN

Jonah Pierce

1ST GRADE

Dennis Chen

Calvin Fatta

Aiden McDonald

Zak Snider

2ND GRADE

Elly Berry

Colin Dement

3RD GRADE

Haley George

Aubrey McCown

4TH GRADE

Haileigh Brock

Colby Dement

Darla Morris

Benjamin Thrift

Andrea Thurman    

5TH GRADE

Cheyenne Gilmore

6TH GRADE

Peter Chen

Ethan McDonald

Rebecca Morris

Rebecca Thrift

8TH GRADE

Morgan Miles

Ariana Morris

  

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