Ray Elementary Honor Rolls listed

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Ray Elementary School has released the Honor Rolls for the third grading period in the 2012-13 academic year.

Named to the Principal’s List were:

Fifth Grade – *Aaron Azevedo, *Emma Cude, Savannah Ortiz, *Shelby Yocum.

Sixth Grade – Riley Cude, Augustine-Lou Hing, *Daniella Hinojos, Romeo Williams-Varley.

Seventh Grade – Braden Chester, Katlyn Gantt, Naomi-Bo Hing, Joseph Marquez, *Naomi Pacheco, Tommie Thompson.

Eighth Grade – Anthony Acuna, *Ryan Amos, *Jordon Baca, Daniel Bravo, *Christian Casillas, *Jonah Cude, Haily Mabuce, *Gabrielle Montano, *Kenneth Palmer, August Patterson, Taylor Phillips, *Shannon Pitner, Gabrielle Woods, *Paul Wormwood.

Academic List honors go to:

Fifth Grade – Aden Acuna, Ashlin Baca, Acacia Baldenegro, Danielle Barajas, Christian Day, Kayleigh Faucette, Garcia Krista, Blanca Gutierrez, Ivan Herrick, Isabella Kimmel, Angelo Lagunas, Julia Lorona, Emiley Rutter, Crysta Walters.

Sixth Grade – Ariana Allen, Theodore Alvarado, Edward Baca, Emilio Escalante, Myranda Figueroa, Madison Garcia, Kailey Gillaspy, Frank Huerta, Skyler Hughes, Amee Kenyon, Tara Lorona, Daniel Ortiz, Stone Patterson, Haily Rutter, Brittany Smitch, Dakota Willis.

Seventh Grade – Martina Aranda, Chandler Coleman, Clair Cude, Kindra Cupples, Jessica Garcia, Lane Gotto, Chris Hickingbottom, Alexander Johnston, Elissa Martinez, Francisco Martinez-Lopez, Robert Meza, Alexia Montano,, Tristan Quillette, Jaylen Pacheco, Savannah Rodriguez, Janae Ruiz, Dyllin Sanders-Lopez, Gabriel Schwartz, Richard Sosa,

Fabian Valenzuela, Tanner Willis, Cole Yocum, Jada Zaragoza.

Eighth Grade – Cody Arbizo, Brett Fackiner, Allison Gillaspy, Megan Giorsetti, Iiana Goad, Elicia Huerta, Tara Lane, Arcelia Lopez, Fernando Lopez, Ella Miller, Marcus Munoz, Jordan Pace, Rhiannon Pacheco, Dylan Putney, Charly Romero, Ashley Rutter.

*Indicates all A’s

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