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Horizon Middle School posts first quarter honor roll for 2020-21 school year

Horizon Middle School in the Central Valley School District in Spokane Valley has announced its first quarter honor roll for the 2020-21 school year. The eligible students are listed alphabetically by grade level and GPA.

Eighth-graders

4.0 GPA – Jacinda Abrams-Galloway, Avery Allan, Kailee Alteneder, Halle Ames, Lilya Anzalone, Logan Baldwin, Jenna Brereton, Kadynce Cadman, Sophie Carbajal, Ashlyn Carver, Abby Crandall, Gracie Czapla, Cooper Fox, Kalee Gisolo, Michael Hawkinson, Desirae Herrera, Morgan Hiatt, Alexis Johnson, Amy Laywell, Harit Mamkhuntod, Emerson Nebel, Brandon Osborn, Jarimyah Owens, Ella Parnell, Ivo Parvanov, Abigail Priddy, Audrey Ramlal, Isaac Rigsby, Layla Roberts, Logan Rule, Allison Schmitter, Noelle Schultz, Samuel Skidmore, Coal Smith, Jaden Thompson, Lucas Tracy, Haven Van Heel, Hallie Walters and Gavin Zehm.

3.25 and above – Nathan Aldean, Ariana Baker, Ashlyn Barlow, Lily Brannon, Logan Burgerson, Garret Christensen, Michael Coe, Allyson Coy, Marien Darling, Jack Del Mese, Kristin Delong, Audrey Denton, Zachery Emtman, Kiahna Fisher, Canon Frank, Alexandria Friedman, Carson Gardner, Lucas Gisolo, Cameryn Goff, Kendall Goff, Blake Green, Samya Hall, Andrew Hebden, Kiara Henderson, Anna Hoekema, Adara Hooper, Dawson Humbles, Tyler Jundt, Owen Kinney, Conner Knapton, Benitah Kramlich, Alyssa Lester, Kordell Liberty, Griffin Linterman, Ryley Lynn, Samuel Lyon, Addy MacArthur, Breena McGinnity, Elliot McNeice, Raegan Miller, Ayden Namie, Gunnar Olson, Nolan Orndorff, Emily Osborn, Benjamin Parish, Avery Peterson, Isabella Peterson, Paul Profit, Rebecca Reeder, Benjamin Reincke, Evelyn Richard, Jackson Richter, Libby Roberts, Isabella Roberts, Bryson Sadowsky, Joshua Sandberg, Kowen Sanders, Bryan Sandon, Eric Schwarz, Justine Sears, Jacob Smith, Nora Smith, Jonah Soderquist, Sawyer Soule, Hayden Stroe, Shane Swan, Griffin Symmes, Owen Tait, Katrina Thompson, Allie Tomaso, Brennan Tucker, Joshua Vaughn, Mia Wallace, Clive Wardell, Chase Way, Leila White, Michael Wienckoski, Autumn Williams, Alexander Witt, Peyton Wolcott, Lucas Zerfoss and Kirye Zinn.

Seventh-graders

4.0 – Ashlyn Aaron, Gavin Ahumada, Wyatt Broach, Kelsi Claypool, Jack Conrad, Kai Coursey, Faith Cunningham, Milo Davis, Kellen Deyarmin, Makynna Duricic, Isabelle Erickson, Jamilyn Foley, Nathan Gadd, Annabelle Grossman, Mckenzie Handran, Lilly Heaton, Alexis Heinen, Ava Hubble, Cael Jordan, Suzanna Joy, Katelyn Jundt, Emmett Kopczynski, Alaina Kudrna, Quinn Lipke, Madeline Meredith, Samuel Meredith, Silas Merino, Duncan Morrow, Berkley Noble, Lucy Osborn, Jaelynn Qualley, Abigail Randall, Elena Rojas, Audrey Russell, Benjamin Sartell, Ella Silvey, Brennan Smith, Savannah Soule, Grady Stinson, Brant Trautman, Emily Waters, Hayden Wheeler, Ezekiel Wilburn, Keira Wilburn, Anna Woolley, Kailan Wright and Riley Yates.

3.25 and above – Chloe Ahumada, Aidan Allan, Gianna Bianco, Jaxson Bisquera, Nicholas Blackwood, Matthew Boden, Hunter Branning, Scarlett Burchill, Grayson Chissus, Korbin Crenshaw, Milo Daykin, Halle Del Mese, Garret DePew, Karter Downie, Elijah Fischer, Colton Francis, Claire Fulkerson, Bailey Gatchalian, Angelina Gingras-Voss, Izabella Griffey, Jacob Haiar, Micah Hansen, Deacon Hoopes, Cole Hubble, Susanna Javier, Andrew Jones, Victor Jones, Kaydyne Justice, Jamyson Keating-Allen, Preston LaMountain, Addison Mercer, Devonte Moody, Lincoln Murray, Troy Olson, Liam Parnell, McCall Perrin, Lucina Peterson, Lillie Puckett, Clara Ray, Kyla Roberts, Isabelle Sater, Hudson Schulz, Lucas Sessions, Jordan Sitts, Charles Skidmore, Finnegan Smart, Dominic Smeby, June Smith, Mackenzie Stewart, Isaiah Thompson, Noah Warner, Taylor Williamson, Steven Wissink, Amya Young and Megan Zapalac.

Sixth-graders

4.0 – Sophia Allman, Brett Bixby, Gracyn Bruszer, Izabella Cassie, Cougar Corson, Bailey Dickson, Jack Felker, JJ Francek, Chelsey Frazier, Keely Handran, Henry Hard, Alexa Henderson, Tristan Hills, Bella Jackson-Fleming, Ella Jensen, Drew Johnson, Ella Jorgensen, Tallon Linterman, Emerson Lippoldt, Taryn Lish, Duncan MacArthur, Claire McGarrigle, Norah Morteo, Payce Nebel, Taysia Owens, Brekyn Protzeller, Chloe Reamer, Elijah Rigsby, Adrienne Russell, Brian Silbaugh, Ava Smith, Jayna Smitham, Lincoln Turner and Lucas Wolfrum.

3.25 and above – Ayva Abernathy, Henry Anselmo, Cameryn Baker, Alexis Barfuss, Elizabeth Beadle, Parisa Buckallew, Wyatt Clark, Lucie Cooper, Addison Cox, Nathan Croff, Brent Cunningham, Gabriel Damiano, Adrian Dryden, Madison Fox, Jane Frank, Brooklyn Fridinger, Jemma Fuher, Austin Gwynn, Layla Hebert, Keira Hendon, Ava Hilsen, Samantha Hodges, Mitchell Hubbard, Lilah Jackson-Fleming, Jessy Johnson, Cameron Johnson, Carson Keeney, Suubi Kramlich, Marley Lindeblad, Brooke Lyon, Samuel McConnell, Connor Mealey, Sierra Myers, Tayler Nordean, Annalie Ormand, Ella Osborne, Abigail Pardee, Jack Peterson, Kyler Picken, Zane Pospisil, Grace Schneider, Jaylene Shockman-Sewell, Eric Shumway, Amari Smith, William Swan, Scout Symmes, William Thurman, Zackary Tomaso, Kylee Unger, Cherish Veter, Paisley Wilson, Layla Witt and Peyton Wold.

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