The Norman Transcript


November 15, 2013

Alcott Honor Roll

NORMAN — Quarter One 4.0

· 6th Grade: Gwyneth Atkinson, Faith Biddle, Breyden Boyd, Benjamin Brannon, Hannah Brinley, Bryce Brooks, Justin Broyles, Miles Brunk, Jacob Calger, Canaan Carman, Hannah Cartwright, Amelia Chalakee, Brittan Choate, Brennan Clifton, Allie Cole, Angelyn Connywerdy, Crisstopher Coulter, Stefani Crisosto, Davis Crowley, Mason Daly, Jorge DeLoera, Abigail Densow, William Edwards, Benjamin Emmert, Michaela Fann, Gabriel Ferguson, Alyssa Fitch, Theodore Foster, Aaryn French, Luke Grady, Ashton Hare, Kelly Harris, Cole Hartman, Grace Hathaway, Faith Hemry, Kayleigh Hennigan, Evelynn Hills, Raelee Houck, Andrew Hurst, Emily Jack, Guthrie Jenkins, Jenna Johnson, Kathleen Kernal, Jackson Kim, Elizabeth Koonce, Braydon Lao, Elizabeth Mattek, Madeline McIntosh, Charlotte Means, Alison Medrano, Clark Melton, Alayna Mendoza, Emily Merckx, Megan Mizell, Elizabeth Murphy, Robert Nichols, Gabryell Odetayo, Adelein Olberding, Ayaka Orikasa, Ella Pantalone, Mir Patel, Elijah Porter, Ruby Roberts, Amy Rojo, Thomas Schrems, Ryan Snider, Benjamin Sparks, Eden Starke, Brody Sturges, Brooke Tatum, Hope Taylor, Zoe Trenary, Race Vickrey, Mia Waddle, Grady Wade, Cooper Waters, Esther White, Kyle Wilson, Alcott Middle School

· 7th Grade: Mira Alpers, Emelyn Arthur, Ryan Aryan, Anna Backus, Jamie Bowen, Ella Bramlett, Warlo Bruns, Brooklyn Byrd, Theodore Cohen, Catherine Cook, Tatum Draper, Riley Ellison, Nathan Fiebrich, Levi Gentry, Breanna Harjo, Breanna Harrison, Holly Hensley, Mikayla Hill, Emma Huntley, W Jarlsberg, Pranav Jayachand, Megan Jones, Jayden Keeling, Robert Kemmet, Robert Kowaleski, Zoey Landers, Pamela LeCrone, Sophia Maag, Summer Marshall, Hannah Merriman, Sullivan Miller, David Millington, Hiroki Mishima, Sara Moore, Alex Munoz, Miranda Pickering, Adrianna Quiros, Olivia Robertson, Honor Sagebiel, Amelia Saliba, Timothy Schoenborn, Logan Scott, Cristhian Serna, David Shafer-Ray, Lawrence Sisson, Alex Smith, Megan Solomon, Mary Evelyn Sondag, Tucker Stalnaker, Morgan Stinnett, Jenna Sunderland, Alexander Tanner, Colby Thomason, Ronald Velasquez-Calvio, Lyric Wall-Kuhn, Claire Weiser, Nia Weryackwe, Erin Williams, Isabella Williams, Travis Williams, Andrew Zhang, Noah Zinn

· 8th Grade: Isaiah Anthony, Carter Austin, Hannah Bigbee, Lily Brannon, Chandler Branum, Catherine Bratton, Emma Brooks, Benjamin Brunk, Lettie Clifton, Rebecca Cline, Madelynn Colby, Vladia Cortest, Jackson Cross, Annemarie Cuccia, Emily Duncan, Elizabeth Edwards, Hope Fleming, Kiandra Freeman, Kathryn Garn, Christian Goh, Michael Grunsted, Parker Hallows, Megan Handke, Georgia Harris, Wisdom Hodge, Carmela Holt, Nicholas Incarnato, Carter Jarvis, Drew Johnson, Keeli Kim, Daegan Lenox, Tyner Moring, Matthew Morris, Brandon Nation, Nicholas O'Donnell, Jackson Paden, Ansel Pendley-Griffin, Adam Pruitt, Brooke Redwine, Carolin Schlupp, Chloe Shames, Mia Shumway, Caden Thomason, Leah Thompson, Elizabeth Thurston, Xander Tindell, Isaac Trachtenberg, Spencer Wage, Abbie Waggoner, Carly White, Richard Xiao

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