Honor Rolls B.J. Hooper Elementary School William L. Thompson School

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Honor Rolls B.J. Hooper Elementary School William L. Thompson School


B.J. Hooper Elementary School in Lindenhurst has named the following students to the honor roll for the first trimester of the 2010-11 school year:

HONOR ROLL

Sixth grade: Liana Baldwin, Allison Basala, Zachariah Bell, David Berna, Melody Bonilla, Michelle Cousineau, Nolan Elsing, Ruben Escobedo, Marina Franco, Haley Fuller, Alyssa Gersy, Jake Gotlib, Jonathan Hayman, Michelle Heinz, Victoria Hernandez, Madison Higginbotham, Sabrina Hiton, Stephanie Huber, Joseph Imhof, Tommy Jones, Symantha Kehr, Kaci Lakins, Dalton Liggett, David Messmer, John Meyer, James Molidor, Zora Mouraki, Brian Nelson, Brianna Nelson, Ali Nitti, Matthew Norris, Erick Quiroga, Chris Rehm, Megan Remillard, Nicolas Rubio.

Danielle Rubo, Tim C. Ryan, Timmy J. Ryan, Griffin Schumow, Sydney Shingle, Morgan Sieler, Savannah Sikora, Jared Smith, Avery Sokolovski, Pete Stanfel, Skylar Tanneberger, Emma Tee, Austin Tiffany, Sean Thompson, Jake Tucker, Joshua Vogt, Julie Wilson and Jared Zilligen.

Fifth grade: Abby Austill, Kelli Badgley, Katie Billetdeaux, Sarah Clement, Hannah Clouse, Jake Cozza, Courtney Emerson, Giosi Galati, Avaree Gordon, Alex Green, Ethan Greenfield, Camryn Gunn, Tony Gutierrez, Adam Hagman, Sierra Hartman, Ben Henderson, Maddie Hunecke, Bianca Karas, Hailey Kobeski, Danielle Lacke, Catherine Ludford, Garrick McGregor, Jake Michaelis, Jessica Newton, Mya Pfeifer, Joey Plishka, Melissa Pomorin, Danielle Pondel, Steven Pondel, Marley Przanowski, Angel Rivas, Maggie Rivas-Davis.

Adriana Rivera, Alexis Roberts, E. J. Roncone, Sophie Ross, Daniel Sator, Tyler Schneiderheinze, Aaron Stiegel, Daniel Stiegel, Lena Welch, Lauren Wood and John Young.

Fourth grade: Nathan Battaglia, Mitchell Beatty, Jordan Bratzke, Evelyn Bridges, Michael Brown, Eric Burleson, Andrew Butler, Connor Butler, Meghan Butler, Mikey Cherry, Connor Clowers, Clinton Coronado, Frankie Dietz, John Duran, Alicia Garcia, Manon Green, Hannah Hageman, Matthew Halperin, Delaney Hanrahan, Meghan Hayman, Nicholas Hernandez, Codey Higgins, Heidi Hintz, Jakub Jantczak, Camryn Jones, Molly Kaull, Landon King, Jalynn Knight, Samantha Kveton, Michael LeBaron, Peyton Liggett, Chloe Lukasik, Diana Marin, Ian McKenna, Riley Menges.

Sarah Molskow, Ryan Mount, Taylor Munson, Siddharth Narayanan, Angela Niemasik, Juliana Nitti, Madison Olson, Madison Padilla, Jason Perretti, Isabella Poli, Nicole Remillard, Alexia Rivera, Molly Roth, Amber Rowe, Daniel Ruiz, Hannah Sator, Kelly Scheuring, Jordan Schlichtenmyer, Shay Sieler, Jeremy Spencer, Margaret Stanfel, Maia Swinson, Hailee Threadgill, Laura Tomas, Angie Vasquez, Evelyn Velez, Makayla Vogt and Keyshawn Wilson.

William L. Thompson School in Lake Villa has named these students to the honor roll for the first trimester of the 2010-11 school year:

HONOR ROLL

Sixth grade: Taylor Adkins, Mikaela Ashley, Bryan Bajerski, Adam Baker, Aaron Boehm, Matthew Brown, Michael Cabahug, Katie Calta, Erin Chavez, Camryn Cowperthwaite, Kristina Crespo, Jack Critzer, Samantha Dagel, Valeria Diaz, Vinitha Donthi, Christopher Dudek, Kyle Dupree, Nick Dydo, Michael Edwards, Karly Fitch, Jessalyn Flores, Trevor Franklin, Weston Franklin, Brittany Gallarneau, Abby Garner, Griffin Gawenda, Vincent Gawerecki, Andres Gonzalez, Regine Gonzalez, Madison Graff, Paige Hawksworth, Madelyn Hendrickson, Sierra Herrington, Bryan Jacobs. …

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