Ray Jr. High honor rolls released

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Ray Junior High as released the Honor Rolls for the fourth grading period of the 2013-14 Academic Year.

Named to the fourth grading period High Honor Roll were:

Seventh Grade – Theodore Alvarado, *Edward Baca, Morgan Bray, Spencer Bryce, *Riley Cude, *Myranda Figueroa, Madison Garcia, Kailey Gillaspy, *Augustine-Lou Hing, *Daniella Hinojos, Jorianna Hudson, Skyler Hughes, Amee Kenyon, *Tara Lorona, Guillermo Ortega, *Stone Patterson, Hailey Rutter, *Brittany Smitch, *Romeo Williams-Varley.

Eighth Grade – *Emaleyna Alvarado,*Martina Aranda, Braden Chester, Chandler Coleman, Julian Cruz, *Claire Cude, Katlyn Gantt, Naomi-Bo Hing, Alena Martinez, Elissa Martinez, Robert Meza, *Alexa Montano, Kyler Norris, Savannah Rodriguez, *Janae Ruiz, Richard Sosa, Fabian Valenzuela, Tanner Willis.

Honor Roll students include:

Seventh Grade – Sydney Contreras, Maribel Flores-Garcia, Julie Ann Meza, Jaden Pace, Grassie Schepers, Dakota Willis.

Eighth Grade – Daniel Azevedo, Allison Ballard, Alycia Estrada, Lane Gotto, Brandi Lopez, Joseph Marquez, Francisco Martinez-Lopez, Nathan Molar, Dyllin Sanders-Lopez, Gabriel Schwartz, Cole Yocum.

Indicates All A’s.

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