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November 15, 2013

Longfellow Honor Roll

NORMAN — Quarter One 4.0

· 6th Grade: Michael Bartlett, Nathan Bettes, Isaiah Breshears, Rodrigo Carmena-Black, Aaron Cherry, Madeline Clayton, Michelle Clayton, Hailee Cooper, Steven Daffer, Garrett Gill, Bridget Glynn, Chesna Gordon, Luke Hamburger, Arianna Isbill, Katie Kelly, Ryan Khoury, Brittany Kilmer, Alexander Laizure, Dominique McGeisey, Jamie McGinnis, Morgan Merrell, Zachary Middleton, Addison Moody, Bryan Morrow, Anna Nava, Sydney Nooner, Christopher Norwood, Brady Pearce, Kamdyn Pfeifer, Rachel Porter, Kerrigan Scheihing, Kallie Standifer, Lily Stewart, Ryan Sutherlin, Jainy Swenson, Cara Watson, Jacob Whyatt, Jaiden Wilson

· 7th Grade: Kevin Broderick, Jordan Bushore, Bailey Churchill, Alexis Cody, Victor Davis, Dillon Dembowski, Maeve Emery, Eilidh Gallien, Olivia Gifford, Cody Hackney, Matthew Herrera, Lance Kennedy, Brandon Kilmer, Shianne McCarty, Courtney Noriega, Brooks Smith, Hayley Steele, Adem Weilmuenster, Matthew White, Sarah Worth, Blake Yohn, , Longfellow Middle School 8th Grade Quarter One 4.0 Honor Roll, , Jaighla Agnew, Dalyn Alexander, Megan Allen, Maggie Ashbaker, Meghan Bell, Alana Boyle, Justis Buckley, Alvaro Carmena-Black, Micah Caruso, Alexis Deisering, Malorie Dorney, Merritt Ernsberger, Aleksandr Finley-Combs, Madison Geiger, Jazlynn Gordon, Dawson Hardesty, Veronica Harjo, Gabriella Harrell, Kassandra Herrera, Liam Hunt, Chyna King, Ethan Kirby, Kameron Krahling, Sarah LaFramboise, Sydney Leland, Maximilian Marsee, Colby Meiser, Leon Melton, Cade Muldrow, Quynh-Nhu Nguyen, Susana Ramirez Dubon, Madison Simmons, Jaycee Sorrels, Cassidy Sullivan, Sydney Swearingen, William Swearingen, Delaney Thompson, Madelaine Trent, Alissa Volcik, Jason Warrick, Earnest Willis, Colton Wirth, Danielle Zietz

· Quarter One 3.5

6th Grade: Mason Alexander, Johanna Bales, Ty Baxter, Acacia Benard, Bobby Bisanar, Connor Boren, Jesse Bottoms, Genevieve Boyd, Samuel Bratcher, Destiny Briggs, Justin Brown, Ayden Busch, Kaleb Cain, Jacob Chagaris, Kelsey Chase, Charlee Coffman, Autumn Colgate, Jacob Deisering, Andrew Di Jorio, Nathaniel Duncan, Ellianah Espinoza, Ryan Fielding, Jason Friend, Victor Fuerte, Cathryn Gaskins, Chelsea Gibbs, Alyssa Gray, Juliana Gray, Jazman Hall, Alexandrea Haynes, Morgan Hedrick, Wayne Hegstrom, Braden Henson, Connor Hepker, Kaitlyn Ice, Zane Iglesias, Morgan Jackson, A.J. Jennings, Kyler Keenan, Micheal Kennedy, Tristen Kessler, Andrew Khoury, Isis Kirk, Elizabeth Knight, Serenity Kuhn, Isaac Lindsay, Kyla Macy, David Madden, Macelyn Martin, Takayah McCray, Hunter Meadows, Moira Mosely, Travis Nelson, Sarina Newton, Samantha Okroi, Brian Perez Acero, Aden Peterson, Briana Phillips, Hunter Richards, Eleanor Riesland, Tyren Robb, Abagail Rogers, Lauren Sager, Cory Shields, Dylan Smith, Morgan Smith, Leslie Snead, Lily Staadt, Ethan Stewart, Logan Stueven, Jake Sullivan, Wyatt Sullivan, Allen Sunny, Annika Testerman, DeShayla Thompson, Dylan Thompson, Casey Travis, Madison Trent, Baily Turcotte, Brendan Umphrey, Eva Valadez, Mary Vanpool, Colby Volcik, Makenzey Walker, Orianna Watts, Valdez Welch, Mark White, Kaitlyn Willis, Jeffrey Willoughby, Whitney Woodward

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