Post Falls High School has announced the honor roll for Spring semester. Students and their grade-point average are listed by grade level.
Grade 10 High Honors (3.5-4.5 grade-point average):
Travis Dickinson, Meagan Fehling, Breanna Moody, Anglea Symons, Roseanne Conley, Ethan Gibbon, Katie Quinn, Anna Wilkinson, Marie Benson, Jennika Landon, Amber Wetzel, Megan Billetz, Amy Bonwell, Heather Labrum, Emily Peterson, Austin Richards, John Stypa, Jason Whitesitt, Hannah Currey, Clinton Dobson, Mandi Elmose, Shawnee Hawks, Allison Morris, Evan Sloyka, Ryan Backman, Ashley Diteman, Emily Marshall, Thomas Stamey, Rebecca Reaves, Eli Thornley, Miranda Bates, Kenneth Horton, Brandi Murphy, Tim Paulitz, Jessica Morris, Janelle Ruen, James Broncheau, Jack Caughran, Kelly Greenfield and Amanda Hildebrant.
Grade 10 Honors (3.0-3.49 grade-point average): Cliff Collins, Lee Cook, Brandan Dunne, Mary Gorman, Jared Greaser, Aaron Guyett, Celine Hotchkiss, Melissa Hughes, Asia Huska, Karri Johnson, Amy McDonald, James Peterson, Adel Saleh, Jodi Booth, Stephanie Lempesis, Annie Ulrich, Tina Benham, Erin Bettis, Robert Davis, Jenny Gast, Steve Gustin, Melissa Johnson, Heather Perry, Drew Schooley, Christon Smith, Lisa Thompson, Tara Mahaffey, Erica Zimmerman, Heidi Hudson, Jered Norris, David Zemke, Nathan Zemke, Kristy Dowd, Jason Jones, Clarissa Shaffer, Harmony Taylor, Jill Wagner, Anna Wiley, Tim Williams, Shannon Armstrong, Jehkiah Cornett, Nikki Leavitt, Andrew Mikles, Adam Nay and Jon Zemke.
More Post Falls High School Honor Roll students will follow.
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