Ray High School releases honor rolls

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  Ray High School has released the Honor Rolls for the fourth grading period and the second semester of the 2019-20 academic year.

   Fourth Grading Period 3.5-4.0 honor students include:

  Seniors – Kayleigh Faucette, Krista Garcia, Bianca Gutierrez, Ivan Hetrick, Crysta Walters; and, with straight A’s: Aiden Acuna, Aaron Azevedo, Julia Lorona, Annalise Manuel, Grace Rabb and Luke Warren.

  Juniors – Alec Carrillo, Elora Foster, Eric Kelley, Indigo Patterson, Tiffany Smitch, Saul Torres; and, with straight A’s: Marissa Barragan, Chelsea Boyd-Flores, Chastity Kelley, Kacy Molar, Juan Rivera, Matthew Rutter, Emma Stuart and Michael Warren. 

  Sophomores – Isaiah Azevedo, Mia Barragan, Stephaun Bell, Ariana Munoz, Kimberly Newman, Johnavon Pace, Felicity Ramirez, Jocelyn Ruiz, Zander Winsor; and, with straight A’s: Jacob Barajas, Hannah Jackson, Brina Morales, Tracon Naranjo, Jack Warren and Kaia Warren.

  Freshmen –  McKinzee James, Joshua Lorona, Gabrielle Lucas, Briannah Noriega, Richard Rabb, Marcos Torres; and, with straight A’s: Doug Ashby, Arizona Bui, Isaac Dowler, Brooke Kelley, Josh Walters and Isabella Wernett.

  Earning 3.0-3.499 honors for the fourth grading period were:

  Seniors – Isabella Kimmel,  Molli Verdugo and Nicholas Harmon.

  Juniors –  Alexander Bravo, Dallin Coleman and Derek Figueroa.

  Sophomores – Jocelyn Gennicks, Mikenna Seller and Ashiya Varley. 

  Freshmen – Hunter Day and Geddy Johnson.

  Semester 3.5-4.0 honor roll students include:

  Seniors – Kayleigh Faucette, Krista Garcia, Bianca Gutierrez, Ivan Hetrick, Crysta Walters; and with straight A’s: Aiden Acuna, Aaron Azevedo, Julia Lorona, Annalise Manuel, Grace Rabb, and Luke Warren.

  Juniors – Alec Carrillo, Dallin Coleman, Elora Foster, Indigo Patterson, Tiffany Smitch, Saul Torres; and, with straight A’s: Marissa Barragan, Chelsea Boyd-Flores, Chastity Kelley, Kacy Molar, Juan Rivera, Matthew Rutter, Emma Stuart and Michael Warren.

 Sophomores – Isaiah Azevedo, Mia Barragan, Stephaun Bell, Ariana Munoz, Kimberly Newman, Johnavon Pace, Felicity Ramirez, Zander Winsor; and, with straight A’s: Jacob Barajas, Hannah Jackson, Brina Morales, Tracon Naranjo, Jack Warren and Kaia Warren.

  Freshmen –  Isaac Dowler, McKinzee James, Joshua Lorona, Gabrielle Lucas, Briannah Noriega, Marcos Torres, Josh Walters; and, with straight A’s: Doug Ashby, Arizona Bui, Brooke Kelly and Isabella Wernett.

  Earning 3.0-3.499 honors were:

  Seniors: Isabella Kimmel, Mollie Verdugo and Nicholas Harmon.

  Juniors – Alexander Bravo, Derek Figueroa and Eric Kelley.

  Sophomores – Jocelyn Gennicks, Jocelyn Ruiz, Mikenna Seller and Ashiya Varley.

  Freshmen – Hunter Day and Richard Rabb.

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