HMS releases first quarter honor roll

Hillsboro Middle School has released its honor roll for first quarter of the 2018-18 school year.

To qualify for “high honors,” a student must attain a grade-point average of 4.0-3.5; for “honors,” a GPA of 3.49-3.0. An asterisk (*) by a name indicates a 4.0 GPA.

Hillsboro Middle School

Fourth quarter

High honor roll

Eighth grade: Eli Dalke, *Rylie Daniels, Duncan Duell, *Mia Duerksen, Cheyenne Funk, *Emersyn Funk, *Jax­xon Hanschu, *Reese Hefley, *Malorie Hein, Garrett Helmer, Connor Hiebert, Anna Jones, Kather­ine Maxfield, *Emily Paulus, Charlie Peters, Callie Plenert, Matthew Potu­cek, *Macy Priest, *Tristan Rath­bone, *Grayson Ratzlaff, Yahmeisha Roe­buck, Samantha Saunders, Olivia Slater, *Frank Wichert.

Seventh grade: *Kori Arnold, *D’Myia Cox, *Bryant Dalke, Zachary Denholm, *Joshua Diener, *Ainsley Duell, Aireana Fay, *Senora Filipiak, Wenxi Funk, Paige Gore, Sawyer Hall, Moriah Jost, *Kirsten Kluver, Jacqueline Latham, *Karley Loewen, *Delaney Lucero, Jessenia Maciel, Tylee Miller, *Camden Padgett, *Con­nor Padgett, Tyson Plenert, *Tanner Plett, Brekyn Ratzlaff, *Makenna Reed, *Katie Rempel, *Lane Rogers, Joshua Siebert, Nicholas Smith, *Noah Smith, *Ella Suderman, *Jacob Thies­sen, Jenna Unruh, Miranda Walles.

Sixth grade: Levi Allen, *Sona­reigh Bell, *Dawson Boldt, Angus Duell, Riley Dush, *Jerusalem Driggers, *Rylie Driggers, *Landry Duerksen, Logan Frantz, Katrina Furrer, *Bailee Gawith, *Paige Gehring, *Zander Haslett, *Brooklyn Heathcock, *Grace Hein, *Trudy Hein, *Annaliese Jorgen­son.

Honor roll

Eighth grade: Blane Bernhardt, Demarius Cox, Filow Cruz, Grant Evans, Jasee Hamm, Jamari Harris, Samuel Pohlman, Brody Rader, Isabelle Whorton, Ivory Wilson.

Seventh grade: Lyle Fickes, Jenna Jo Friesen, Josh Horton, Isabell Jones, Johannah Latham, Ashlynn Larabee, Cole Moss, Pedro Nieto Jr.

Sixth grade: Gavin Baker, Melonie Galvan, Seth Mader, Lane Mayfield, Wyatt Plenert, Mariah Pohlman, Kaysie Rader, Julienne Slifer, Levi Smith, Kenyata Williams-Kirkland.

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