Chief Kanim names honor society

Chief Kanim Middle School released its list of “Honor Society” students for the fall semester. To rank in the group, students needed to have achieved a grade point average of 3.75 or better. A student with an asterisk next to his or her name achieved a 4.0 grade point average — straight As.

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Chief Kanim Middle School released its list of “Honor Society” students for the fall semester. To rank in the group, students needed to have achieved a grade point average of 3.75 or better. A student with an asterisk next to his or her name achieved a 4.0 grade point average — straight As.

8th grade

Spencer Aston, Tyra Barden, Daniel Besmer, Mackenzie Bradburn, Ryan Bristle, Chase Buhner, Chace Carlson*, Jacqueline Carlson, Clint Christen, Charles Corriveau, Hadyn Coxen, Ashley Czajkowski, Heidi Dehart, Hannah Del Carlo, Connor Deutsch, Dustin Dirks*, Jewell Dockery*, Jeremy Dunn*, Lloyd Arvin Duque, Arian Ensley, Krista Galloway, Alexandria Gere, Jennifer Green*, Brian Gunn, Alexis Hawes*, Katherine Hotchkin, Davis Karaica*, Azhar Khandekar*, John Kilburg, Christopher Koczara, Hayley Koellen, Ramie Kraun, Margaret Krivanec*, Kendra Lee, Sophie Lerner, Elizabeth Majors, Emily Majors, John Marshall*, Jonna Massengill, Haley McColgan, Tyler Mccrory, Shannon Mceldowney*, Sean Meyer*, Jacob Miller, Sally Miller*, Kevin Miron, Michael Moreno, Lucy Murdoch, Daniel Murphy, Maura Murphy*, Adam Nardo, Wesley Nelson, Aurora Newcomb, Tasha Oney, Jordan Palmer*, Tyler Petersen, Jack Polito, Nathaniel Popp, Yezen Rashid*, Megan Rice, Devin Roseberry, Kelsey Rosentreter, John Rouches, Katie Rylands, Riley Schock, Kevin Schram Von Haupt, Ryan Sharon, Jacy Shreve, Reid Simonson, Robin Smith, Lynell Solene, Tara Stamaris*, Madilyn Stokey, Leonie Szyperski, Syed Tahirzadeh*, Christopher Thomas, Kayla Tostevin*, Ana Paula Valenca, Chloe Villanueva, Megan Vogel, Joshua Wiseman, Lauren Wood, Alena Wooldridge*.

7th grade

Jake Anderson, Natalie Barnard, Elizabeth Bauer*, Kathryn Black, Mason Blalock, Molly Boord, Brittany Bridges, Gunnar Buhner, Lauren Butrim*, Samuel Calvert, Dominick Canady, Alex Censullo*, Kee Chang, Ariana Chriest, Aja Corliss, Daniele Curley, Brynn Davis, James Davis Iv*, Christian Dewey, Cecilia Dixon, Kaylie Duran, Evan Farley, Shannon Fischer, Ashley Grant*, Melissa Grant, Ryan Grate, Alexis Greer*, Joshua Gutenberg, Natalie Guterson, Nicole Hall, Joshua Hamann, Joely Hannan*, Brian Harris, Terra Hauser, Lucas Heflin*, Blake Herman*, Luis Hernandez, Elizabeth Holmes, Rachel Hong*, Samual Isen, Maria Kajercline*, Matthew Kawachi, Max Kenagy, Andrew Kim, Conor Klupar, Genevieve Knoppi, Rigel Kuhn, Jordan Larsen, Taylor Lonborg, Jessica Lovell, Ashlie Maeda, Ty Mahoney, Zelda Mason, Anne Mccall, Victoria Mclain, Abby Mclauchlin, Mikel Moore, Aubrey Moses, Sophia Palenscar, Cole Palmer, Ashley Panetta*, James Pinto, Paxton Richardson*, Nalani Saito*, Kai Salisbury, Jared Schattenkerk*, Maverick Schirmer, Morgan Schmelzer, Ryker Schwartzenberger, Kelcey Sharp, Kaleb Sinclair, Marisa Spence, Erik Stai, Andrea Suttle, Jessica Taylor, Heather Vanourek*, Logan Weatherbee, Torin Weatherbee, Methus Weldon*, Haley White, Mikayla Wilkes.

6th grade

Ashlyn Bartlett, Paul Bateman, Brooke Beatie, Sierra Bilginer, Ian Brodie, David Butler, Lindsay Carr, Jennifer Carroll, Nikki Carroll, Kyle Carter, Caelan Colburn, Sean Collins, Cara Currier, Madeline Dai, Duncan Deutsch, Riley Dirks, Alexandra Drum, Jason Edwards, Anthony Erickson, Guy Everett, Joshua Fisher, John Fusetti, Tristan Gray*, Graham Griffin, Drew Hadaller, Shelby Hamilton, Sean Hecker, Christian Henriksen, Lianne Hoeger, Delaney Hollis, Samantha Jensen, Alexandra Jones, Kristen Kasel, Zahra Kassamally, Jordan Koellen, Emma Larson, Joycelyn Lemus, Isobella Mancini, Parker Mccomb, Kevin Mclaughlin, Kylie Mclaughlin*, Katie Melanson, Laurel Meredith, Tristan Moore, Jack Nordby, Kennedi Norris, Ivy Paradissis*, Nishtha Patel, Ashley Petersen, Bailey Pfeiffer, Blake Phillips, Rachael Picchena, Joanne Richter, Tye Rodne, Brianna Rosentreter, Hannah Russell, Warren Sanctis*, Lily Schenkel*, Alexandra Schwabe, Christopher Sellers, Jacob Smith, Annapurni Sriram*, Haley Taylor, Julia Troy, Zachery Usselman, Rieley Vancampen, Joshua Vanskike, Zoe Vierling-Coulter, Alexandra Wallace, Devon Wattenbarger*, Elizabeth Young, Maria Zehnder.

Chief Kanim Middle School released its list of “Honor Society” students for the fall semester. To rank in the group, students needed to have achieved a grade point average of 3.75 or better. A student with an asterisk next to his or her name achieved a 4.0 grade point average — straight As.

8th grade

Spencer Aston, Tyra Barden, Daniel Besmer, Mackenzie Bradburn, Ryan Bristle, Chase Buhner, Chace Carlson*, Jacqueline Carlson, Clint Christen, Charles Corriveau, Hadyn Coxen, Ashley Czajkowski, Heidi Dehart, Hannah Del Carlo, Connor Deutsch, Dustin Dirks*, Jewell Dockery*, Jeremy Dunn*, Lloyd Arvin Duque, Arian Ensley, Krista Galloway, Alexandria Gere, Jennifer Green*, Brian Gunn, Alexis Hawes*, Katherine Hotchkin, Davis Karaica*, Azhar Khandekar*, John Kilburg, Christopher Koczara, Hayley Koellen, Ramie Kraun, Margaret Krivanec*, Kendra Lee, Sophie Lerner, Elizabeth Majors, Emily Majors, John Marshall*, Jonna Massengill, Haley McColgan, Tyler Mccrory, Shannon Mceldowney*, Sean Meyer*, Jacob Miller, Sally Miller*, Kevin Miron, Michael Moreno, Lucy Murdoch, Daniel Murphy, Maura Murphy*, Adam Nardo, Wesley Nelson, Aurora Newcomb, Tasha Oney, Jordan Palmer*, Tyler Petersen, Jack Polito, Nathaniel Popp, Yezen Rashid*, Megan Rice, Devin Roseberry, Kelsey Rosentreter, John Rouches, Katie Rylands, Riley Schock, Kevin Schram Von Haupt, Ryan Sharon, Jacy Shreve, Reid Simonson, Robin Smith, Lynell Solene, Tara Stamaris*, Madilyn Stokey, Leonie Szyperski, Syed Tahirzadeh*, Christopher Thomas, Kayla Tostevin*, Ana Paula Valenca, Chloe Villanueva, Megan Vogel, Joshua Wiseman, Lauren Wood, Alena Wooldridge*.

7th grade

Jake Anderson, Natalie Barnard, Elizabeth Bauer*, Kathryn Black, Mason Blalock, Molly Boord, Brittany Bridges, Gunnar Buhner, Lauren Butrim*, Samuel Calvert, Dominick Canady, Alex Censullo*, Kee Chang, Ariana Chriest, Aja Corliss, Daniele Curley, Brynn Davis, James Davis Iv*, Christian Dewey, Cecilia Dixon, Kaylie Duran, Evan Farley, Shannon Fischer, Ashley Grant*, Melissa Grant, Ryan Grate, Alexis Greer*, Joshua Gutenberg, Natalie Guterson, Nicole Hall, Joshua Hamann, Joely Hannan*, Brian Harris, Terra Hauser, Lucas Heflin*, Blake Herman*, Luis Hernandez, Elizabeth Holmes, Rachel Hong*, Samual Isen, Maria Kajercline*, Matthew Kawachi, Max Kenagy, Andrew Kim, Conor Klupar, Genevieve Knoppi, Rigel Kuhn, Jordan Larsen, Taylor Lonborg, Jessica Lovell, Ashlie Maeda, Ty Mahoney, Zelda Mason, Anne Mccall, Victoria Mclain, Abby Mclauchlin, Mikel Moore, Aubrey Moses, Sophia Palenscar, Cole Palmer, Ashley Panetta*, James Pinto, Paxton Richardson*, Nalani Saito*, Kai Salisbury, Jared Schattenkerk*, Maverick Schirmer, Morgan Schmelzer, Ryker Schwartzenberger, Kelcey Sharp, Kaleb Sinclair, Marisa Spence, Erik Stai, Andrea Suttle, Jessica Taylor, Heather Vanourek*, Logan Weatherbee, Torin Weatherbee, Methus Weldon*, Haley White, Mikayla Wilkes.

6th grade

Ashlyn Bartlett, Paul Bateman, Brooke Beatie, Sierra Bilginer, Ian Brodie, David Butler, Lindsay Carr, Jennifer Carroll, Nikki Carroll, Kyle Carter, Caelan Colburn, Sean Collins, Cara Currier, Madeline Dai, Duncan Deutsch, Riley Dirks, Alexandra Drum, Jason Edwards, Anthony Erickson, Guy Everett, Joshua Fisher, John Fusetti, Tristan Gray*, Graham Griffin, Drew Hadaller, Shelby Hamilton, Sean Hecker, Christian Henriksen, Lianne Hoeger, Delaney Hollis, Samantha Jensen, Alexandra Jones, Kristen Kasel, Zahra Kassamally, Jordan Koellen, Emma Larson, Joycelyn Lemus, Isobella Mancini, Parker Mccomb, Kevin Mclaughlin, Kylie Mclaughlin*, Katie Melanson, Laurel Meredith, Tristan Moore, Jack Nordby, Kennedi Norris, Ivy Paradissis*, Nishtha Patel, Ashley Petersen, Bailey Pfeiffer, Blake Phillips, Rachael Picchena, Joanne Richter, Tye Rodne, Brianna Rosentreter, Hannah Russell, Warren Sanctis*, Lily Schenkel*, Alexandra Schwabe, Christopher Sellers, Jacob Smith, Annapurni Sriram*, Haley Taylor, Julia Troy, Zachery Usselman, Rieley Vancampen, Joshua Vanskike, Zoe Vierling-Coulter, Alexandra Wallace, Devon Wattenbarger*, Elizabeth Young, Maria Zehnder.


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