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October 24, 2013

Bullard Elementary Honor Roll

BULLARD — First Six Weeks

2nd

All A

David Alair, Ashton Alexander, Dillon Ashley, Tripp Baker, Ayden Barrett, Adaline Boone, Adyson Bristow, Samuel Brown, Kadence Brunson, Logan Cannon, Mason Chambers, Hailee Cochrane, Emerson Cowart, Cason Craig, Peyton Crenshaw, Landon Davis, Gage Diamond, Emery Downing, Allysa Edmiston, Payton Ferrell, Emma Gallegly, Rylie Garner, Piper Gill, Mikayla Graham, Katherine Gugar, Carys Gunn, Charles Hale, Colby Hanna, Georgia Haynes, Blythe House, Jeremiah Humphries, Aundrea Johnston, John Jones, Jourdan Jones, Kate Killian, Kaden Kirby, Andrew Klein, Willow Kutach, Dylan Malone, Toby Marse, Lanie May, Mason Mayo, Wyatt McClure, Dylan McLemore, Kyleigh McShan, Abigail Melhart, Rylee Miller, Brooke Minton, Brody Newburn, Carson Paul, Joycee Perez, Rachel Petty, Cayden Polozola, Joshua Prewitt, Jaxon Reid, Coleman Rivers, Ava Roberts, Monroe-Angelina Rodriguez, Aaron Sanders, Kaleb Shustella, Emma Sieben, Julia Sieben, Kadence Smith, Rylan Smith, Aleighne Spurger, Taylor Stroud, Austin Taylor, Delaney Taylor, Christopher Blake Turner, Jaylin Uptmor, Lene Wasmuth, Kimberly Webb, Caden White, Ariayanna Williams, Cloe Willoughby, Haleigh Wilson, Traeson Wynne

A/B

 Libby Axworthy, Makenzie Barnes, Dylan Barton, Torryn Bedinghaus, Elijah Cantu, Lucas Carmichael, Mary Carmichael, Hannah Carpenter, Austin Cooper, Karson Cotter, Logan Creel, Jonathan Doroteo, Leia Evans, Breasia Ford, Madison Fortini, Anistyn Foster, Emanuel Gonzalez, Catherine Jimmerson, Kamey Kirby, James Littlejohn, Victor Mata, Azure McCoy, Jaycee Meadows, Logan Meadows, Jordan Miller, Cooper Paul, Brynne Pfeiffer, Gracie Pierce, Isaiah Price-Martinez, Caden Roberts, Colby Robertson, Luis Ruiz, Keelie Saenz, Bryce Scott, Jacob Stripling, Jocelynn Torres, Kyleigh Trimble, Keegan Watson, David Wilson, Shelbie Wingate, Aniston Wirzberg

3rd Grade

All A

Olivia Anderson, Alyssa Anthony, Mackenzie Ballow, Zane Beshirs, Jason Blakeney, Ethan Borg, Case Bowman, Bryce Brannen, Ryan Brazel, Sadie Brems, Carter Brooks, Jordan Cabiran, Roman Calhoon, Beckham Campbell, Miguel Cantu, Madeline Carlile, Seth Clendenin, Camille Coopwood, Spencer Corson, Madison Creel, Carter Crotty, Emelia Ditsworth, Benjamin Edmonson, Elise Ellis, Ella Falls, Sayler Flores, Drue Folmar, Dawson George, Preston Greene, Justin Gregory, Caleb Hand, Faith Harris, Reese Hightower, Madison Hibbler, Molly Kate Hooker, Ryli Hudnall, Cole Jeffus, Ty Kersey, Landyn Kidd, Jacob King, Drake Kress, Tiernan Lake, Abby Lee, John Lloyd, Allyson Lorenz, Libby Luscombe, Maddison Majors, Caitlyn Malone, Andrew Martin, James Mason, Kristen McClinton, Evan McClure, McKenna Meador, Emerson Moore, Alexis Newburn, Xravia Pegues, Brennan Pilette, Cheyenne Reed, Asa Roderg, Lane Rowden, Ezra Roy, Nicholas Schmid, John-Avery Sneed, Allee St. Amant, Sam St.Amant, Tanner Stainback, Reagan Stegall, Jase Still, Camryn Stringfield, Owen Thompson, Emma Thurman, Kimbree Walker, Alexis Walsworth, Aubrey Welmaker, Nicholas Williams, Brody Wilson, Kylie Wray, Zoie Zahirniak, Ashton Zehren

A/B

Cody Althide, Keaton Blow, Jackson Borg, Jackson Bracken, Dakota Braun, Greyson Breedlove, Amy Byrd, Rachel Cannon, Abigail Chancelor, Latrell Clayton, Logan Coleman, Natalie Constante, Wesley Cook, Amber Cothran, Laurel Cowart, Felicia Craver, Chandler Davenport, Brilee Denney, Jasper Donahue, Madison Fricault, Hadison Fults, Gavin Garcia, Payton Gill, Laurel Good, Brayden Hancock, Hunter Hand, Lisa Hawkins, Brycen Hertel, Jami’i Jamerson, Randy Jowers, Kamron Lester, Calvin McCoy, Breeahnna McDonald, Travis McMillian, Cameron Meadows, Eligh Moore, Dalton Morrison, Jacob Oliveaux,  Aston Oosthuysen, Matthew Parris, Kylie Pate, Ava Perez, Henry Pudwill, Mason Richardson, Aidan Shultz, Braden Simmons, Joshua Simmons, Junior Smith, Brookelynn Stanley, Isaiah Stillwell, Tristan Tamlin, Avery Terry, Colton Trahan, Anna Turgeau, Elizabeth Whiteland, William Seth Wright, Michael Youngblood.

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