The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Local News

June 27, 2013

Honor Roll

Mountain View Christian School

Second semester

Principal’s honor roll

Kindergarten — Reagan Bringhurst, Ella Burford, Montana Carrico, Jordan Harris, Gavin Morris

First grade — Zayne Anderson, Abby Ball, Riley Bringhurst, Hunter Crist, Mirelle Hines, Braxton Keffer, Talan Laston-Vernon, Syler Mayfield, Broc Robinson, Emma Taylor, Shayla Wickline, Christan Wyatt

Second grade — Caden Ball, Larry Bigham, RayAna Campbell, Donnie Carrico, Nicole Gilkerson, Reese Gray, Ty Gray, Taylor Keith, Bethany Shrewsbery

Third grade — Alex Huddleston

Fourth grade — Kenedy Anderson, Shannon Farrow, Eli Selvey, Tanner Skidmore, Leanne Smith

Fifth grade — Ian Bibb, Thaddaeus Jordan, Wyatt Wickline

Sixth grade — Caleb Ball

Seventh grade — Patrick Baisi, Haylee Swafford

Eighth grade — Cassie Ball

Ninth grade — Katie Conelly, Alana Humphrey

Eleventh grade — Matthew DeLano

A honor roll

Second grade — Bradlee Calvert, Zoe McManaway, Kaleigha Reynolds, Courtney Taylor, Gabriel Truman, Brooke Workman

Third grade — Leonard Farrow

Fourth grade — Teah Hundley, Treasure Young

Fifth grade — Nathan Bloomfield

Sixth grade — Abraham Farrow

Seventh grade — Lydia Jordan, Madison Prichard

Eighth grade — Destiny Bowe, Caden Carr, Tristan Swafford

Tenth grade — Cheyenne Lilly

Eleventh grade — Jonathan Aliff, Hannah Vicars

Twelfth grade — Melody Hill

B honor roll

Kindergarten — Lilli Clonch, Isaac Gilkerson, Brianna Hundley

Second grade — Hannah Canterbury, Elle Harris, Moses Manns

Third grade — Kayla Wyatt, Savannah Bigham, Stephen Chambers, Colten Combs, Titus Carr, Jarrett Nuckols, Ashlee Taylor, Coltyn Taylor, Lucas Whaples

Fourth grade — Makayla Chambers

Fifth grade — Zavery McManaway, Micah Vicars

Sixth grade — Bethany Anderson, Taylor Asbury, Zhanayea’ Christian, Emily Hundley, Steven Sparks

Seventh grade — Chase Hughart, Leslie Payne, Kaelea Smith

Eighth grade — Brooke Davis, Lauren Harvey, Fabrizio Jones, Zoe Prevost, Noah Shrewsbery, Katie Skaggs, Emilie Underwood

Ninth grade — Erin McGrady

Tenth grade — Katlyn Stover

Eleventh grade — Delaney Carrico, Casey Rule-Hayes

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