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Selkirk Middle School names its inaugural year’s honor society members

Community members mingle during Selkirk Middle School’s opening on Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019, at 1409 N. Harvest Parkway in Liberty Lake, Wash. Selkirk announced the students eligible for the honor society during the school’s inaugural 2019-20 year.  (TYLER TJOMSLAND/The Spokesman-Review)
Community members mingle during Selkirk Middle School’s opening on Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019, at 1409 N. Harvest Parkway in Liberty Lake, Wash. Selkirk announced the students eligible for the honor society during the school’s inaugural 2019-20 year. (TYLER TJOMSLAND/The Spokesman-Review)

The city of Liberty Lake’s Selkirk Middle School has named the eligible students to its honor society for the 2019-20 school year. The new Central Valley School District school opened in 2019. The students are listed by grade level.

Sixth grade

4.0 GPA – Evan Anderson, Caden Andreas, Cassidy Bird, Meghan Bollinger, Andrew Bota, Alec Crowley, Matthew Ehlers, Toby Emmerson, Brodie Evans, Nathan Fox, Ethan Gingras, Christopher Gulin, Dylan Hively, Jaysa Johnson, Alexis Kanifolsky, Scarlett Lambert, Elizabeth O’Connell, Olivia Phipps, Kelton Pyles, Kali Rothrock, Caitlin Sachtjen, Kennedy Schutz, Sienna Shadd, Nora Sims, Landon Spinning, Makayla Sweeney and Keira Wilkinson.

Also eligible – Ava Alderman, Kailey Jo Allison, Saige Anderson, Carson Atwood, Olivia Avery, Ava Baddeley, Joel Ballinger, Summer Barney, Sydney Barrie, Mary Beckman, Beatrice Beykirch, Charlee Bilbruck, Christian Blake, Kyler Blanchard, Gracie Brickner, Grant Brito, Cole Brower, Dillan Brower, Dixie Bushman, Emma Caldwell, Lincoln Cargill, John Carle, Miguel Choate, Rachel Christensen, Quincy Coder, Allison Coman, Alexander Corona, Isabella Crapo, Kaitlyn Dyer, Timothy Goode, Mylee Hatch, Thatcher Hemphill, Joel Hernandez, Jacob Holtman, Jacob Hosig, Joshua Hunt, Kaden Kirsch, Ashley Lazcano, Jade Livingston, Charles Lynn, Hunter Mason, Madalynn McHenry, EmmaLee Merker, Mateu Peneluppi, Matthew Peterson, Evelina Popov, Brody Presho, McKenna Rangel, Chanel Richardson, Aiden Roda, Gabriela Rodriguez, Abigail Role, Aubrey Root, Alexander Runge, Mackenzy Salcido, Abigail Savage, Ryan Scoville, Javier Seaman-Buckenberger, Zoe Sherman, Sophia Sine, David Sitton, Calvin Smith, Addison Spear, Zaltana Stensgar, Anthony Sternod, Gina Stroot, Isabella Stuck, Sierra Tate, Frederick Van Amburg, Brandon Veal, Jack Vigliotta, Alivia Wheeler, Walker White, Quinn Wood and Jenna Zehm.

Seventh grade

4.0 GPA – Madeline Coffin, Rahni Greene, Isabella Hall-Brouillet, Brooklyn Hansen, Lydia Hatch, Kaelin Herring, Samuel Hobbs, Alexandra House, Prasidha Krishnaswamy, Brynn Lavelle, Kellan Long, Savannah Mortimer, Emma Mostek, Isabella Olson, Alison Schmedtje, Cooper Shadd and Trynity VanGelder.

Also eligible – Gracie Abraham, Sarah Abshire, Preston Baker, Ava Bartleson, Kaitlinn Brown, Trevor Burpee, Finn Caughie, Megan Crooks, Olivia Curtis, Rhiannon DeRaedt, Damian Drew, Isaiah Eden, Nicholas Felice, Emma Fiala, Cameron Fitting, Shealyn Fry, Berlin Greer, Ripken Hanley, Tristan Hunt, Addison Johnson, Samantha Johnson, Breegan Justice, Jackson Lambert, Jaycee Lawhead, Reese Lawhorn, Daden Lewis, Alyssa Liwanag, Marco Lopez, Francesca Mallard, Jadyn McKee, Jocie Mercer, Samuel Milonas, Melody Morgan, Sidney Mortensen, Connor Mulhern, Kate Mulligan, Emma Myers, Madelyn Nigh, Skyah Olson, Joshua Parker, Samee Patch, Jack Pell, Lidu Perez, Micah Pesina, Alysse Phelps, Hayden Price, Kali Richardson, Kendylyn Rogers, Carolyn Rose, Preston Rothrock, Kolby Salcido, Kate Sheneman, Isabella Slack, Olivia Smith, Ella Spraggins, Reagan Stanley, Michael Steinheiser, Benjamin Sudweeks, Natalie Thompson, Dylan Valentine, Adilyn Verner, Olivia Vignere and Savannah Woodruff.

Eighth grade

4.0 GPA – Nicholas Anderson, Kyndal Butcher, Isabella Clark, Parker Clevenger, Anabelle Frazier-Gese, Owen Gingras, Nicholas Goode, Makayla Hickman, Cecily Johns, Kaden Jones, Kale Kardonsky, Karina Kopets, Aiden McArdle, Mary Meerdink, Luke Pell, Ian Sadlowski, Sanjana Sharma, Tanner Smith, Mackenzie Sternod and Cree Williams.

Also eligible – Kate Atwood, Birdie Bachman, Ariella Begalman, Payton Begovich, Karis Bokma, Savannah Brumwell, Rori Brunt, Connor Bucknell, Campbell Burns, Brady Cardon, Taylor Cardon, Morgan Castleman, Kaia Chan, Isabella Collier, Isabella DeLaRosa, Damien DeRaedt, Xochitl Diaz, Lily Fedak, Deakin Fenton, Braxton Ferraro, Nathan Fitzpatrick, Camden Fletcher, Christian Gonsalves, Rowan Greenroyd, Kaelynn Harrington, Julianne Hemphill, Kaylie Hogan, Kane Hughes, Anna Johnston, Brooklynn Jones, Ryan Koppenhaver, Caytlyn Lee, Kole LeGrant, John Macall, Race Maes, Lily Martin, Alma McDonald, Brenna McGreevy, Brady Means, Lyndsey Meerdink, Dakota Miller, Luke Milne, Adelina Nadyuk, Isaac Nunez, Isabella Ochoa, Zander Palm, Allison Pegram, Michael Pennestri, Michael Perry, Bryce Pierce, Landen Quesnell, Nicholas Rahm, Elly Richardson, Emma Richardson, Cade Rickard, Anaya Robinson, Olivia Rudenko, Riley Sauer, Kayleigh Schelin, Deakon Sell, Cayden Shinneman, Avery Stewart, Emily Stewart, Ella Swain, Ian Szymanski, Jenessa Taylor, Caden Thompson, Angelina Welzig, Carter Wodelman, Cosette Young, Preslie Young and Zachary Zarecor.

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