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 fourth quarter of the 2019-2020 school year have been announced.

  On the Honor Roll are seventh grade students: Avery Acuna, Eduardo, Gutierrez, Ashton Jones, Ashton Kelley, Analina Montijo and Josiah Warren. Also, eighth grade students on the list are: Isaiah Biano-Yslas, Faith Bracamonte, Timothy Cantrell, Liam Foster, MiaLisa Gauthier, Jacob Gleave, Malena Goad, Kassidy Knagge and Raelynn Loving.

  On the High Honor Roll are seventh grade students: Monica Arredondo, Mark Chester, Neveah Curiel, Isabella Montijo, Analysia Nunez, Ethan Sullivan; and, with straight A’s: Jonathan Beede, Vanessa Bui, Sanaa McGee, Blake Ortiz, Faith Rabb, Graciela Rivera and James Ruiz. Also, eighth grade students on the list are: Ezra Buchanan, Ethan Chester, Cambria Garcia, Jose Molina, Joseph Morales and Yasmin Rivera; and, with straight A’s:. Trysten Ortiz.

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