Mead High School recently announced its second semester honor roll for the 2011-’12 school year. Students honored for their achievement received a grade-point average of 3.5 or above. The following list of freshmen was incomplete in a previous publication of the honor roll.
4.0 grade-point average
Elicia Allen, Holly Anderson, Brianna Atha, Jonathan Bayley, Patrick Beckley, Ashley Berg, Hanna Bjerkestrand, Victoria Bjordahl, Andrew Boharski, Kenna Boyette, Alexander Brain, Alexandra Britton, Bailey Britz, Sean Chapel, Wonha Chung, Drew Clark, Laura Coffey, Isabella Comito, Madison Dammarell, Devin Deatrich, Zachary Ehrhardt, Blake Ellingsen, Zhana Emtman, Alexander Ewert, Austin Ferris, Thomas Ferris, Jared Fritz, Katelyn Granum, Cameron Grosse, Samantha Hammon, Ashlyn Haught, Anna Haukeli, Hollyanne Herbel, Maree Herron, Ashley Howes, Danielle Huffman, Stephanie Johnson, Elizabeth Jones, Ashlyn Juul, Erin Kautzman, Alexis Kozyra, Derien Kraus, Alexis LaChapelle, Kolbie Langill, Madeline LaVoie, Anthony Layton, Ellen Le, Taneum Luciani, Elizabeth McKee, William McPhee, James Nelson, Miriam Nokes, Lunden Nugen, Lauren Orwig, Amber Pangborn, Kylah Peterson, Sydney Pfarr, Ashley Pilkinton, Jordyn Richardson, Haley Roybal, Sarah Schroeder, Alexandra Schultz, Chandler Stein, Kendall Stewart, Ashtyn Taylor, Mackenzie Taylor, Kayleigh Thrift, Colin Tollefsen, Kirsten Tucker, Rebecca Tucker, Benton Tullis, Emma Vasilj, Kristina Volz, Aric Williams, Joe Wilson, Susanna Winger, Rebecca Wright, Emily Yeoh.
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