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October 24, 2013

Bullard Elementary Honor Roll

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BULLARD — 4th Grade

All A

Aubrey Acker, Callie Adelfio, Emmah Adelfio, Brayden Baird, Victoria Claire Benitez-Cope, Emily Bochow, Kellen Coke, Makena Crawford, Hannah Davis, Mitchell Gilbert,  Shea Graham, Natalie Green, Ethan Gunn, Sarah Hall, Brooke Hamby, Caleb Hanna, Danny Harris, Monte Hawkins, Jocelyn Herring, Austin Hibbler, Avery Hicks, Jaden Jeter, Mackenzie King, Trevor Klein, Hannah Marr, Josie McClure, Connor McCoy, Madyson McEuen, Zailey McGee, Jacob McLane, Hannah Medders, Lance Moore, Lucy Moore, Lukas Morris, Kamerin Ortiz, Carter Paddack, Carley Pawlak, Caleb Penny, Caleb Petty, Helena Rawlings, Nichelle Sanders, Bailey Sessions, Corey Shrum, Gavin Stephens, Brandon Taylor, Hadley Terry, Kaylee Thomas, Taylor Thompson, Gabriel Trimble, Kade Verden, Grace Watkins, Jacob Weaver, Allison Wheeler, William Whisenhunt, Jaylynn Wildt, Maycie Yates

A /B

 Joshua Alexander, Molly Axworthy, Morgan Bearden, Matthew Bellanger,  Anna Blankenship, Stormi Brunson, Brady Callens, Seth Cannon, Zachary Cochrane, Karis Cotter, Emma Dees, Chance Dempsey, Connor Denson, Cayden Dodd, Hope Donahue, Sarah Dove, Andrea Duran, Steven Esquibel, Talyn Evans, Sarah Foster, Tanner French, Jaydon Gage, Kalyn Ganske, Zane Geer, Sage Gonzalez, Isai Govellan, Jenna Griffith, Berlyn Grossman, Grahm Hale, Gunnar Hall, Summer Harms, Joshua Hawkins, Areli Hernandez, Cassie Herron, Addison Hooker, James Humphries, Clair Hunter, Mariah Ingram, Abigail James, Natasha Johnson, Alexander Khan, Lainey Kurtz, Ryder Kutach, Bryan Lewis, Holly Linebaugh, Shelby McIntyre, Maddison McLeod, Harley Meadows, Hayden Medley, Shelbi Neeley, Braden Nelson, Kaylee Paul, Edith Pudwill, Deseret Raguay, Hayden Rankin, Logan Reeve, Presley Rippy, Alyssa Ross, Ivan Ruiz, Samuel Russo, Taylor Sanders, Emma Seaton, Stone Smith, Cayden Starks, Andrew Stidham, Theoren Stroud, Ashton Taylor, Lucas Teague, Taylor Travis, Jack Watkins, Aiden Watson, Chiara Webb, Destinee Williams, Jon Wilson, Landon Wilson, Holton Wirzberg, Coltin Woolard, Christian Zavala

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