Ray Junior/Senior High School announces first semester honor rolls

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  Ray Unified School District has announced its Honor Rolls for the first semester of the 2023-2024 school year.

  Two honor rolls are listed: High Honor Roll for having a GPA between 3.5 and 4.0; and Honor Roll for having a GPA between 3.0 and 3.499.

  The students who have earned their place on the High School and Junior High Honor Rolls are:

Seventh Grade
High Honor Roll – Nash Cude, Easton Day, Adem Nunez and Emilio Rivera*; Honor Roll – Ryder Finegan, Maximus Garcia, Cheyenne Sanchez and Amaiya Valdez.
Eighth Grade
High Honor Roll – Madison Acevedo, Chase Chester, James Fuestenberg*, Jesse James, Karryn Jenkins*, Anthony Manriquez, Eryka Montijo, Asher Warren* and Adaline Whillock*; Honor Roll – Binhjr Bui, Ernesto Chiquette, Jayden Martinez, Logan Rice and Lexi Riege.
Freshmen
High Honor Roll – Zachary Carillo, Tristeon Cruz*, Jaxon Garcia,Callee McCroskey*, Richard Nunez, Jude Ouillette*, Laila Schneider, Kaylee Servant* and Aumalina Whillock*; Honor Roll – Christian Beede, Savannah Granillo, Caden Kenney and Seth Wade.

Sophomores
High Honor Roll – Mia Barajas, Camille Bentley, Ty Chesnut, Jaxon Cude*, Gianah De Los Reyes*, Josyln Garcia*, Julissa Garcia, Kierstyn Jenkins*, Kylie Jenkins*, Dominique Martinez, Juliana Martinez, Cyrus Putman, Kyleigh Reidhead*, Tomas Rivera and George Wade; Honor Roll – Veronica Baez, Makayla Barajas, Jason Day, Kaiden Riege and Brett Scaggs.
Juniors
High Honor Roll – Avery Acuna, Jonathan Beede*, Serenity Biano-Ysias, Vanessa Bui*, Mark Chester*, Christian Curiel, Neveah Curiel*, Jordan Garcia*, Sanaa McGee*, Analina Montijo*, Isabella Montijo*, Analysia Nunez, Logan Putman*, Faith Rabb, Graciela Rivera*, James Ruiz*, Mary Salazar, Raymond Sanchez and Jhett Young; Honor Roll – David Kelley and Ethan Sullivan.
Seniors
High Honor Roll – Kassidy Ballejos*, Isaiah Biano-Yslas, Carpenter Bryce, Timothy Cantrell, Ethan Chester, Cambria Garcia*, Madison Kenney, Joseph Morales and Yasmin Rivera*; Honor Roll – Nicolas Curiel, Gavin Garcia, Malena Goad, Serenity Goad and Carmelita Hernandez.
  Congratulations, students! Keep up the great work!
* Signifies all “A’s”.

 

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