Ray Junior High School Honor Roll announced

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  The students who earned their place on the Ray Junior High School Honor Roll for the third quarter of the 2017-2018  school year have been announced.

  On the Honor Roll are 7th Grade students: Douglas Ashby, Sienna Castillo, Joshua Lorona and Riley Sosa. Also, 8th Grade students on the list are: Jacob Barajas and Mila Rivera.

  On the High Honor Roll are 7th Grade students: Angelina Alvarado, Katlyn Goodman, Briannah Noriega, Isabella Wernett; and, with straight A’s: Marisol Zamorano. Also, 8th Grade students on the list are: Mila Barragan, Brina Morales, Ariana Munoz, Kimberly Newman, Jonathan Pace, Mikenna Seller, Ashiya Varley, Kaia Warren; and with straight A’s: Zander Dickey, Jocelyn Gennicks, Tracon Naranjo, Amariz Ochoa and Jack Warren.

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