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November 15, 2013

Irving Honor Roll

NORMAN — Quarter One 4.0

· Sixth Grade: Pranjal Adhikari, Abdelaziz Ahmad, Jennifer Albert, Grayson Bailey, Alexandra Baker, Isaac Braver, Alexia Brumley, Brittanie Buchanan, Autumn Crews, Jesse Crossland, Nickson Davis, Jake Dunham, Kaylee-Nicole Eyabi, Rylan Flecker, Raven Fulks, Fernando Gallegos, Pablo George, Hannah Goodin, Johanna Gute, Fenix Hale, Avrie Hecimovich, Althea Henderson, Emily Hurst, Makayla Jackson, Olivia Jackson, Maya Jacobs, Hailey Kafitz, Nirvana Khan, Brianna Ladd, Rachel Lassley, Brianne Lee, Madison Lugafet, Devin Mantooth, Paeton McDonough, Mykenzi Miles, Akira Mouton, Morgan Mowdy, Ambrin Orrell, Megan Parkhurst, Aaron Pierce, Blaine Price, Klay Realrider, Camryn Richards, Ravi Riyanto, Octavia Rogers, Jocelyn Salgado, Reese Scott, Jazmine Steadman, Corey Stone, Callahan Stroud, Lannah Tamborello, Lauren Tate, Audella Taylor, Victoria Thompson, Margaret Thung, Matthias Tyler, Joseph Willie, Jacob Wright, Shengran Zhou

· 7th Grade: Spencer Beck, Tristan Bond, Mary Boren, Bobby Brodersen, Ashlee Cabbiness, Joshua Chandler, Daron Chesley, Mason Cifelli, Madison Collard, Sue Ellyn Corbett, Ashton Corea, Tyler Cotrone, Tyler Crump, Promiti Debi, Bernadette Donovan, Colette Donovan, Keith Ellis, Amy English, Aria Fryday, Averie Gibbins, Jason Guerra, Aislin Hanscom, Trey Hecimovich, Nathaniel Holladay, Caitlin Hubbard, Michael Hwang, Fardaan Jamil, Ryan Kelly, Mason King, Fennel Koch, Kylee Liles, Simhao Low, Brittany McKnight, Parker McMillen, Emma Mellgren, Alexandria Miller, Megan Mohr, Lauren Mudd, Cian Mullen, Oluwayemisi Oyesanya, Katelyn Pendergraft, Jerrod Raney, Kira Riggs, Kelsey Robb, Jaden Robinson, Braeden Schier, Samuel Shattuck, Clement Silvers, Yujeong Son, Abigail Taylor, Emily Turner, Kierstyn Upton, Elisa Velasco, Madeline Watson, Daphne West, Abby Wheeler, Samuel Wishon, Christie Yang,

· 8th Grade: Christopher Albert, Taylor Bell, Elli Billingsley, Elizabeth Blazek, Taylor Carmen, Sheridan Chesley, Abigail Colijn, Justin Crews, Nolan Fowler, Angela George, Katherine Greene, Jalen Grotts, Haley Hurst, Ashley Jang, Sydney Johnson, Victoria Kitchel, Kirsten Lewis, Chase Mason, Addison Masters, Carson Mohr, Abdoul Mouhamadou Issa Lele, Andrew Olsen, Jacob Perry, Abby Puckett, Dallely Ramirez Velasco, Taylor Redden, Marissa Rodriguez, Brooke Schone, Minjeong Son, Elanderi Steyn, McKenna Stroud, Dominic Takahashi, Brian Thompson, Reza Torbati, Lina Tumberlinson, Lydia Wills, Taylor Woodin

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