Ray High School releases honor rolls

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  Ray High School has released the Honor Rolls for the first semester of the 2021-22 academic year.

 First Semester 3.5-4.0 honor students include:

 Seniors – Isaiah Azevedo, Jacob Barajas*, Mia Barragan, Brina Morales*, Ariana Munoz, Tracon Naranjo*, Kimberly Newman, Johnavon Pace, Kaylin Pacheco*, Jack Warren* and Kaia Warren*.

 Juniors –  Arizona Boi* and Brooke Kelley*.

 Sophomores – Cambria Garcia*, Kassidy Knagge*, Joseph Morales, Trysten Ortiz and Yasmin Rivera.

  Freshmen –  Monica Arredondo, Jonathan Beede*, Vanessa Bui *, Mark Chester, Christian Curiel, Jordan Garcia*, Sanaa McGee*, Analina Montijo, Isabella Montijo, Faith Rabb, Graciela Rivera* and James Ruiz.

  Ray High School students earning 3.0-3.499 honors for the first semester grading period were:

  Seniors –  Elias Martinez, Felicity Ramirez, Jocelyn Ruiz and  Zander Winsor.

  Juniors –  Doug Ashby, Noah Bellon, Isaac Dowler-Robles, McKinzee James, Joshua Lorona, Richard Rabb and Marcus Torres.

  Sophomores –  Faith Bracamonte, Carpenter Bryce, Timothy Cantrell, Ethan Chester, Alexis Gallego, Jacob Gleave, Malene Goad and Serenity Goad.

  Freshmen –  Avery Acuna, Jade Bentley, Ashton Kelley, Mary Salazar and Landree Skaggs.

*Signifies straight A’s.

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