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June 10, 2013

EES Honor Roll

EPPING - The Principal of Epping Elementary School is pleased to announce the Honor Roll (grades 3, 4 and 5) for the third quarter 2012-2013.

High Honors: Grade 3: Kaitlyn Boelter, Trey Finkelstein, Jade Gagnon, Jessica Galante, Julia Hardy, Elizabeth Hobbs, Jacob Loving, Sasha McCabe, David Meyer, Kevin O’Connell ,Aryaana Patnaude, Mikey Picard, Abigail Purchas, Maxwell Simpson, Jacklyn Tracy, Haley Williamson, Morgan Witmer; Grade 4: Delaney Clough, Isabelle Deary, Tyson Dionne, Spencer Gaudreau, Alexa Guarente, Andrew LeBlanc, Erika MacLeod, Ryan MacVicar, Mackenzie McAniff, Taya Morgado, Arianna Murphy, Meaghan Murphy, Jenna Needham, Ciara Patey, Cassidy Wall, Abigail Walsh, Alexander Wyatt; Grade 5: Logan Aboshar, Hannah Armstrong, Muriel Bennett, Calle Bisaillon, Mikayla Berger, Laura Duguie, Joe Furey, Ryan Glass, Samantha Johnson, Michael Killen, Trey Loving, Oakley Lustenberger, Olivia Parents, Hayley Pelletier, Mackenzee Rancati, Peyton Rivers, Makayla Swidrak, Faith Williamson, Joey Zheng.

Honors: Grade 3: Will Barker, Jacob Brown, Melissa Daigle, Sydney Farris, Owen Finkelstein, Alex Greubel, Abigail Houston, Katrina Jansson, Stamatis Maschas, Patrick McTague, Wyatt Noel, Mikhail Ozols, Rachel Perron, Gracie Re, Zachary Rogers, Aaron Sable, Domenic Spinelli; Grade 4: Alexa Bade Mia Boccelli, Josh Coolidge, Cody DeLorge, Nico Greubel, Emma Harrington, Owen Hayes, Alyssa Higginbottom, Kalee Hill, Ryan Hoelzel, Tayler Holt, Katrina Jennings, Scott Johnson, Madison Lambert, Jack LePage, Dillon McKenzie, Jake McKenzie, Peter McTague, Jack Meyer, Ben Milbury; David Parents, Ryan Pinkham, Kaitlyn Prince, Emma Roussel, Kate Roussel, Luke Rossel, Abigail Roy, Brandon Spechuilli, Nico Spinelli, Haleigh Sullivan, Amara Stevens, Brynn Sweetsir, Payden Swidrak, Madelin Walsh, Megan Webber; Grade 5: Luke Barker, Noah Bilodeau, Kyle Boccelli, Avalon Brown, Lyndsey Chevalier, Derek Dixey, Molly Gallagher, Trevor Hayes, Isabella Jensen, Keyghan Lewis, Peter Marrone, Jr., Karissa Martin, Hayden Miller, Ava Montalbano, Kayla Orthman, Isabella Snyder, Jacob Van Amburgh, Nathan Webber, Tyler Witmer.

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