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School News

August 29, 2013

SRMS Honor Roll

NEWTON- The Principal of Sanborn Regional Middle School has announced the following students have been named to the Honor Roll for the third trimester of 2012-2013.

High Honors: Grade 6: Jazmin Alvarado, Olivia Boucher, Sophia Boucher, Molly Breslin, Courtney Collibee, Sara Donovan, Samantha Foley, Daniel Iannitelli, Morgan Kunysz, Mary Miller, Marissa Mullen, Shana O’Connell, Madigan Paradis, Addison Tate Megan Welch; Grade 7: Jillian Battye, Abigail Brennan, Kaitlin Broadhurst, Mara Brooks, Thomas Cyr, William Cyr, Christopher DeYoung, Alex Felisberto, Marissa Fuccione, Meghan Hamel, Max Hayden, Colin Holt, Nicholas Lang, Ruth Mahoney, Elizabeth McLellan, William Merritt, Alexandra Moorhead, Gabrielle Morton, Reed Ouellette, Catherine Rasmussen, Morgan Riley, Megan Sheehan, Skyla Shibel, Nicole Tebo, Zachary Thomas; Grade 8: Samantha Broyer, Abigail DesRosiers, Andrew Hunt, Kayla Metivier, Emma Norton, Evelynn Ouellette, Koran Sherman, Taylor Szot, Anthony Woodhouse.

Honors: Grade 6: Brianna Anderson, Jacob Beland, Hannah Botelho, Luke Botticelli, Keegan Branham, Chase Brisson, John Brooks, Liam Brown, Nicole Castellano, Brianna Center, Chloe Cina, Austin Conley, Emylee Cote, Steven Daly, Erica Delaney, Kaleigh Donegan, Dominique Dubois, Grace DuBois, Chase Dunn, Alexis Eaton, Michaela Edwards, Ashley Ellsey, Alexi Emerson, Ashley Felisberto, Riley Frederick, Benjamin Giles, Jenna Gluck, Ashley Greene, Amanda Hamel, Jack Hayden, Allie Hockney, Caitlin Hutchinson, Austin Kalinowski, Samantha Keeley, Isabelle Lang, Anthony LeBel, Audrey LeBlanc, Trenton Leek, Christian Leptich, Sydni Lynch, Nicole Maille, Amanda McVey, Kendra Melesky, Sophia Merry-Carreiro, Emily Metivier, Samantha Milburn, Adam O’Rourke, Hannah Page, Grace Paradis, Ethan Paul, Troy Peltonovich, Nicholas Phillips, Bryce Rogers, Matthew Sarette, Madelyn Schubert, Alex Senko, Haley Simes, Seamus St. James, Emily Stephan, Justin Sweeney, Briana Talarico, Brooke Valliere, Jenniphier Welch; Grade 7: Jesse Auger

Kashief Bogannam, Christopher Brown, Cameron Carey, Olivia Conant, Haley Cross, Paige DesRosier, Kaley Dias, Samantha Drew, Amy Eacho, Caroline Fuller, Ryan Gaulin, Hunter Holmberg, Jason Iannitelli, Conor Jackson, Eliza Johnson, David Kenneally, Daniel Kinsella, Amanda Kolodziej, Luc LeBlanc, Cullen Maguire, Kiley Morrill, Benjamin Murphy, Shaun Murphy, Jacob Northrup, Bijal Patel, Nicole Pitts, Jacob Porazinski, Chase Sanborn, Olivia Schultz, Gracen Scott, Gabrielle Smith, Katarina Stasinos, Emma Toto, Kayla Trites, Brandon White; Grade 8: Morgann Bahan, Haley Basiliere, Bailey Berg, Sarah Bibeau, Victoria Boucher, Renee Bucchio, Travis Carlisle, Brenna Coco, Samantha Davidson, Michael Deschenes, Riley Dionne, Molly Doccola, Ronnie Dube, Jake Ducharme, Kayla Easter, Madison Fairchild, Regan Finn, Joseph Giordano, Michael Giordano, Kendra Goucher, Victoria Guglielmino, Brianna Hartford, Molly Hayes, Jordan Hunter, Erin Kinsella, Kyle Lankenau, Jillian Lavin, Jared Lesiczka, Justin Lomba, Samantha Lynch, Travis Lynch, Hannah Maille, Nathaniel Menard, Carly Michel, April Miller, Alyssa Millet, Ryan Munoz, Beau Murphy, Alyssa O’Hearn, Brendon Olson, Elizabeth Raddatz, Sophia Rak, Andrew Smith, Brandon Stafford, Isabella Testa, Charles Thrasher, Hannah Wellinger, McKenzie Wentworth, Gina Whitford, Benjamin Wilson.

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