The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

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April 1, 2013

Fayetteville Elementary School honor roll

Fourth six weeks

Principal’s — Kaitlyn Bainer, Faith Bailes, Joel Banks, Marcy Bates, Brianna Burgess, Jordan Dempsey, Caroline Fenton, John-Daniel Franklin, Cloey Frantz, Logan Frantz, Abby Garvin, Max Holland, Edison Jones, Kristen Ketcham, Ashley Lanham, Emily Lewis, Elizabeth Lowe, Maggie McAllister, Katelyn Nuckels, McKenzie O’Neal, Lane Rhodes, Jesse Small, Brooke Spangler, Lauren Spangler, Mackenzie Stover, Madison Thapa, Averee Torres, Brittany Underwood, Lauren Vaught, Jenna Weatherford, Georgia White, Kristoffer Wilson

Exemplary — Joseph Adkins, Hannah Anderson, Delilah Arnt, Seth Asbury, Alexis Bess, Madison Carte, Chloe Booth, Nathaniel Browning, Madison Carte, Christopher Carter, Abby Conrad, Conner Dangerfield, Ashley DeQuasie, Cecily Divita, Arin Dorsey, David Durgan, Caleb Goforth, Alli Gorby, Garrett Griffin, Mykaela Grose, Calvin Hammontree, Malerie Hendrick, Autumn Hill, Michael Hobbs, Eden Hodges, Matthew Honaker, Hannah Johnson, Chase Kirk, Lauren Mankins, Shanna Murphy, Kristina Neal, Dylan Perry, Triston Price, Liz Rahall, Skylar Richards, Jordan Scarbro, Emily Settle, Whitney Sisler, Willie Spearen, Andrew Stanley, Caitlyn Taylor, Tyler Treadway, Luke Vass, Caleb Ward, Jill Weatherford, Ariel Whaples, Allison Wilson

Outstanding — Keylie Alexander, Josie Alton, Kalli Ballard, C.J. Boles, Ben Bragg, Deborah Butcher, Josh Chamberlin, Alyssa Christian, Kaysie Cogar, Makenna Clyburn, Devon Dean, Laura Dickerson, Sydney Feazell, Elijah Fernandez, Trey Foster, Emily Griffith, Aaron Grimmett, Sarah Grose, Marcus Hale, Jacob Hall, Ivory Hammar, Elizabeth Heemstra, Hillary Hendrick, Kenneth Howe, Lexi Hysell, Jamecia Jackson, Ella Johnson, Cade Kincaid, Summer Kincaid, Tyler Kirk, Will Lanham, Steven Lawhorn, Christian Mack, Cheyenne Massie, Seth McCarraher, Natalie McClung, Jeffrey McKnight, Matthew Morton, Kody Nancarrow, Skylar Neal, Madeline Nuckels, Konnor Pack, Haley Peal, Jakob Pridemore, Sammy Pullens, Ariana Reed, Wyatt Rinehart, Jessica Richmond, Jacob Rock, Cassidy Roles, Allison Rowlands, Nick Scarbrough, Alissa Sedlock, Aaron Sisler, Kurtis Small, Lucas Smith, Mattie Stonestreet, Brody Ward, Sarah Welsh, Alex White, Waylon Wickline


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