Honor Roll

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Honor Roll


Wauconda High School

Wauconda High School announces the following students have been named to the third quarter honor roll.

4.0 or better

Seniors: Emma-Rose Bancroft, Mark Buisson, Sandra Engelking, Vesna Giurgiev, Troy Remelski, Kurt Rohlwing, Melissa Whitman and Jill Ytindt.

Juniors: Shawn Betterly, Jeremy Gottschalk, Jennifer Hadady, Tiffany Hoffmann, Michelle Kim, Dennis Kurz, Daniel Neumann, Timothy Parks, Kelly Ryberg David Stevig and Glenn Teuber.

Sophomores: Andrew Ashbaugh, Nina Betterly, Mary Bitters, Richard Burns, Paul Dalby, Han Dato, Jessica Demuth. David Edwards, Michelle Eggebrecht, Raquel Ferotti, Chaundra Fremter, Jennffer Gottardo, Chris Hironimus, Rory Howarth, Jaclyn Jones, Nathaniel Kreckman, Lisa Rohlwing, Renee Schroeder, Kathryn Schulz, Nancy Serres, Jeremy Shaver, Gregory Smith, Susan Tracey, Elizabeth Whitman, Christina Woodworth, Michael Yaho and Justin Zarr.

Freshmen: Michael Barbini, Shayne Bell, Lisa Betterly, Terra Cartwright, Megan Donavon, Nicholas Gertmann, Ashley Hacker, Lauren Hines, Kimberly Hoffmann, Andrea Kim, Amanda Miller, Marysue Noble, Kendra Rand, Kimberly Rice, Jill Wesselhoff, Kevin Wilson and William Yundt.

High Honors

Seniors: Brian Bergner, Jennifer Binneboese, Robert Carlson, Shawn Eggebrecht, Shannon Gaitsch, Thomas Gertz, Joseph Hudson, Amy Lewis, Erin Nitz, Beth Pressney, Sandra Ross, Stephanie Schulz, Juan Sepulveda, Melissa Sheridan, Theresa Stanley, Kenneth Stojek, Devin Tershel, Marsha Vock, Steven Welton, Nicolette Wiseman, Brian Wojcicki, Sarah Yoho and Mikhail Zhitlyonok.

Juniors: Brian Albrecht, Brittany Barth, Carolyn Cook, Christine Garrett, Rob Lee, Alison Neie, Theresa Noll, Matthew Odelius, Jenet Pequeno, Michelle Rice, Rebecca Rutishauser and Susan Wanshek.

Sophomores: George Baird, Charles Buschick, Grant Buschick, Cara Corelli, Tobie Dyson, Bryan Finfrock, Robin Fodor, Justin Formella, Anna Francke, Nicole Gilbert, Danielle Grcic, Amy Hildebrandt, Abigail Janssen, Lindsay Johnson, Kristen Kazimour, Colleen Kennedy, Dan Lang, Tiffany McWhorter, Amanda K. Miller, Natasha Olsen, Rashika Owens, Nicole Peterlin, Joey Ritchie, Warner Russell, Lourdes Salinas, Jessica Shaver, Michelle Stevens, Jason Synowiec, Janet Teeling and Betsy Trost.

Freshmen: Thomas Barbini, James Bellon, Martin Brandt, Mary Buschick, Brayton Cameron, Anna Cook, Adam Dunkelberg, Nathan Emrick, Matthew Gran, April Grens, Bryant Henningfeld, Jani James, Jamie Miller, Brooke Morici, Valerie Panozzo, Sanjoy Patel, Thomas Reilly, Jennifer Rhoades, Jessica Runge, Michelle Sikorski, Matthew Taylor, Amy Teuber, William Wachlin, Laura Zaminski and Matthew Zander.

Honors

Seniors: Dawn Albrecht, Kelli Anthony, Corryn Antonizio, Renee Bailey, Joseph Bradley, Heather Caroselli, John Cook, Adam Corelli, Paulina Czapiewski, Rochelle Grabow, Crystal Grooms, Ryan Hahn, Crystal Hensley, Amanda Hitzemann, John Kelly, Athith Khamknounnavong, James Koloff, Michael Konieczka, Natalie Kuester, Rhiannon LaPointe, Jacob Mann, Suzanna Marshall, Sean Nabert, Steven Ng, James Nierodzik, Jessica Oleksy, Kelly Peterhans, Erik Rios, Mandy Solomon, Amy Stupay, Daniel Synowiec, Peter Tatooles, Jamie Thompson, Noemi Valencia, Erica VanSchaik, Magdalena Villarreal, Keli Vogel, Jeffrey Waites, John Wallin, John Werner, Corey Wilson, Jeff Wood and Jennifer Zychowski.

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