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May 2, 2013

EMS Pride Honor Roll

EPPING — Epping Middle School is pleased to announce the Pride Honor Roll for the third quarter of the 2012-2013 school year.

Highest Honors in Learning: Allison Nee, Casey Needham, Lily O’Connell, Julianna Re from the Yale Team (6); Maylee Gagnon, Konrad Hodgman, and Chloe Meyers from the Harvard Team (7).

Highest Honors Work Habits/Effort: Meghan Galante, Allison Nee, Casey Needham, Lily O’Connell, and Julianna Re from the Yale Team (6); Maylee Gagnon, Victoria Maestas, Chloe Meyers, Rebecca Milbury, and Katie Pelletier from the Harvard Team (7); Emily Donovan, and Sophie Jordan from the Dartmouth Team (8).

Honors in Learning: MiKayla Ball, Addison Bickford, Sarah Braese, Hunter Bullock, Benjamin Colban, Ryan Donovan, Madison Downing, Kori Ellis, Colin Farris, Benjamin Fowler, Meghan Galante, Gage Gaudreau, Amber George, Gracia Jordan, Owen Joyal, Emilie LeBlanc, Matthew LeBlanc, Adam LePage, Megan Marasca, Ashley Martin, Maya Martin, Rachel Martin, Cerys McCabe, Alexis McDuffee, Destiny McKay, Casey Munguia, MacKenzie Newman, Jennifer Nikolova, Zachary Oumansour, Christopher Peck, Haskel Pim, Richard Pitkanen, Kiana Pond, Shelby Prestridge, Lauren Robbins, Michaela Sable, Morgan Shanley, Abby Simard, and Ashlyn Vensel from the Yale Team (6); Marissa Adams, Keelin Berger, Jacob Bisaillon, Gaven Blakney, Everett Brown, Jr., Evelyn Carleton, Emma Coolidge, Jesse Ellis, Rianna Greenwood, Veronica Hackett, Parker Holt, Morgan Lambert, Damien LoPresti, Victoria Maestas, Rebecca Milbury, Katie Pelletier, Catriona Poulin, Tyler Wall, Kayla Wells, and Caleb West from the Harvard Team (7); Madelyn Bentz, Emily Colban, Emily Donovan, Sophie Jordan, Carson Lustenberger, Brandi McKay, Danielle McKay, Jacob McKay, Michael McKay, Jr., Brenna Osgood, Sabrina Patterson, Matthew Pipitone, and Sophia Randall from the Dartmouth Team (8).

Congratulations to all for a job well done!

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