Timberlake High School in Spirit Lake, Idaho has announced the Honor Roll for second semester.
4.0 grade-point average
Grade 12: Lori Adler, Thomas Broughton, Aislinn Carney, Lani Eldridge-King, Morgan Maioli, April Neubauer, Amelia Petersen and Jerica Reed.
Grade 11: Kerry Costigan-Galdes, Jenny Durrin, Kelly Kincella, David Kobaly, Sandra Lopez, Celia Oster, Lynsie Powers and Alicia Thompson.
Grade 10: Todd Carter, Nicole Malloy, Tiffany Pedersen, Daniel Taylor and Wright Young.
Grade 9: Steven Bakker, David Barker, Jamie Brennan, Jessica Bricky, Alyssa Holmes, Susanna Lynch, Addison Nichols, Brandon Nowlan, Laura Olphie and Beverly Shirts.
3.5 to 3.99 g.p.a.
Grade 12: Liberty Justice, Geneva Neubauer, Richard “Nathan” Anderson, Timothy Brennan, Adam Davey, Katrina Galloway, Ren Jones, Erin Macklin, David Read, Julleen Riley, Dustin Smith, Matthew Douglas, Jessica Jones, Alyssa Mattison, Heather McDaniel, Ashley Hinkelmann and Joshua Smith.
Grade 11: Amy Yoshida, Lauren Brunko, Caitlin Collom, Darcee Smith, Matthew Barker, Alana Deabenderfer, Melissa Malcolm, Alisha Puckett (Plotch) and Randi Tarter.
Grade 10: Tarra Tymesen, Chris Anderson, Sara Black, Chelsea Cazier, Maranda Helland, Jessicca Kerstetter, Julia Andrews (Peterson), Christopher Dallenbach, Samantha Campney, Kelsey Hepler, Kaiya Walsh and Cody Wiench.
Grade 9: Joshua Malloy, Jeffrey Ballinger, Katrina Cook, Kelly Gizdich, Riley Morton, Aaron Odell, Ethan “Gus” Rickel, Kyle Shearer, Amanda Williams, Holly Lodoen, Alexis Prusek, Sarah White, Bridgette Bartholomew, Jason Edwards, Whittney Kistler (Hurt), Tabitha Kramer, Cammy Kuchenski and Samantha Wallis.
3.0 to 3.49 g.p.a.
Grade 12: Lynda Sutton, Eric Blum, Andrew Eastin, Scott Inness, Melissa Piephoff, Kimberly Marsan, Carlos Avanzini, Chelsea Baty, Ashton Corbit, Michael DiPietro, Megan Miller, Brandi Cooper, Travis Lazoran (Holloway), Sharleen Archer, Ashleigh Moffett, Chad Reed and Dalton Vatsvog.
Grade 11: Andrea Bourget, Ashley Anderson, Jessica Spurr, James Park, Megan Griffiths, Alyssa Vig, Katelin Isley (Van Egmond), Kelly Ward, Melissa Hartley, Tyler Hughes, Jami Lander, Aaron Schrimpf and Rachael Willey.
Grade 10: Alise Johnson, Jenneal Mathews, Ashley Sacksteder, Renee Shelton, Corey Wagner, Kalli Cooper, Lydia Herring, Gary Banks, Heather Gay, Noel Gonzales, Emily McHenry, Keith Rector and Teresa Thomas.
Grade 9: Zerin Petersen, Christopher Costigan-Galdes, Alicia Hess, Amanda Radenz, Jesla Stolley, Edward Stone, Joshua Eastin, Melo Maiolie, Benjamin Moore, Chelsea Slaughter, Kathryn Jones, Chelsea May, Kelsey Rowan, Ryan Andersen, Nicholas Berger, Kristyn Fultz, Stesah Laase, Tara Oster, Jeremyah Polito, Nicholas Puckett, Kendra Pyles (Olsen), Kaycee Riley, Gregory Rouse and Krista Stellmon.
“ Area University of Idaho students were recently chosen for inclusion the 2005 edition of “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” and were selected as national outstanding campus leaders.
Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory have included these students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. Coeur d’Alene: Autumn L. Hansen, K.C. Schaible.
Moscow: Amber Worl, Bernardo Alvarez, Brenda Toevs, Jamie Garlinghouse, Matthew Erlandson, Tina Carlson.
Post Falls: Mackenzie Shardlow.
Potlatch: Rosalynn West.
Rathdrum: Veronica Meyer.
St. Maries: Kira Furman.
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