Southtowns Catholic School announced second quarter honor roll
Thursday February 27, 2014 | By:Submitted to The Sun | News
Southtowns Catholic School released names for the second quarter honor roll.
Third grade high honors:
Max Barney, Fallon Griffin, Joseph Kamery and Ella Skalski.
Third grade honor roll:
John Berkhoudt, Shane Colley, Shane Friend, Corynn Held, Brady Hill, Christopher Huddy, Zachery Jones, Giselle Jou, Trinity Kehoe, Henry Martinez, Anthony Nance, Christian Parks, Teresa Smaldino Matthew Stadler, Abigail Szymkowiak, Triton Travale and David White.
Third grade merit roll:
Fourth grade high honors:
Ryan McCarthy and Marina Travale.
Fourth grade honor roll:
Natalie Backus, Sam Chiavetta, Jacob Crosta, : Gavin Herman, Nicholas Iglewski, Gregory Jones, Michael Kopp, Timothy Little, Joshua Norman, Colin Owens, Nathan Pfeffer, Dominic Redman and Devin Shanahan.
Fourth grade merit roll:
Fifth grade high honors:
Fifth grade honor roll:
Zachary Barney, Eric Bowman, Delaney Campbell, Thomas Crupe, Teagan Dodson, Quinn Griffin, Marissa Huddy, Jarrett Jou, Emma Katra and Christian Kehoe.
Fifth grade merit roll:
Todd Aikin, Caitlin Dils and Michael Smaldino.
Sixth grade honor roll:
Sally Berry, Ethan Bevilacqua, Selena Czora, Kyle English, Nicholas Giglio, Camryn Klawon, Claire Kruszka, Mia Mahar, Charlie Rath, Madeline Rybczynski, Walt Rybczynski and Joshua Wright.
Sixth grade merit roll:
Catherine Berndtson and Taylor Jones.
Seventh grade honor roll:
Zachary Carr, Emma Gian, Joseph Gogan, Zoe Gonez and Sean Koessler.
Seventh grade merit roll:
Eighth grade high honors:
Eighth grade honor roll:
Alexandra Bevilacqua, Dea Chiavetta, Douglas Coleman, Shane Czora, Madison Guthrie, Abby Lopez, Julia Molik, Alix Novack, Sarah Palisano, Paul Pinto, James Rath, Joseph Strozyk, Sam Stuber and Sarah Trimm.
Eighth grade merit roll:
John Klaffka, Christian Richter and Erin Wright.
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