Marion MS releases honor roll

USD 408 Marion Middle School has released the honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2017-18 school year.

Students achieving “honors” need to attain a grade-point average of 4.0 to 3.8571; for “regular” honors, the GPA must be 3.7143 to 3.5714; and for “honorable mention” a GPA of 3.3571 to 3.0.

An asterisk (*) denotes a 4.0 average.

Marion Middle School



Eighth grade: Reyna Bouslog, *Emma Box, Karlee Fetrow, *Amy Gayle, Emily Hake, *Gracie Mackey, *Jayden May, Miles Olson, Brooklyn Riddle, *Mickelly Soyez, *Hannah Stubenhofer-May, Anerson Waddell, Campbell Winter, *Johnny Zieammermann.

Seventh grade: *Christopher Beery, *Calli Burkholder, *Addyson Davis-Ash, *Tristen Dye, *Arwen Faye, *Natalie Hoffner, *Nathan Hoffner, *Sadie Lange, *Mia Spencer, *Mckin­non Waner, *Abby Wesner.

Sixth grade: *Cooper Bailey, Landon Dye, Paige Ensey, *Jonathan Frese, *Grace Hett, *Haley Kraus, Caleb Lollar Darrow, Phinneas Madg­wick, Gabrielle Newell, *Natalie Sigel, Quenton Taylor, *Gavin Wasmuth.

Regular honors

Eighth grade: Christian Albin, Heidi Grimmett, Breanna Mallory, Dominic Miller, Emma Soyez.

Seventh grade: Lucas Cairns, Trevor Cairns, Brooklin Matthews, Amber Miller, Katelyn Schmidt, Chance Shults, Lane Svoboda, Shannon Taylor, Caden Wilhelm, Jalyssa Williams.

Sixth grade: Brayden Blackman, Bryson Bouslog, Wyatt Helmer, Jack Lanning, Ella Mackey, Faye Snyder, Robert (Chevy) Wilson.

Honorable mention

Eighth grade: Jayda Hayes, William Riddle, Madison Ruck, Noah Slater, De Smith, DJ Smith, Belladonna Toy, Sydney Williams, Jordan Young.

Seventh grade: Madison Arocha, Taelar Creed, Caulin James, Charlotte James, Blake Kaiser, Roslynn Kealy, Taydyn Lovelady, Clarissa Melbye, Brynn Mermis, Lexee Wickman, Carley Wilhelm.

Sixth grade: Andrew Ebaben, Michael Hendricks, Jagger Miller, Kristin Neufeld, Katie Ottensmeier, Gavin Regier, Alec Richardson, Trevor Schafers, Cole Smith, Caitlin Thornhill, Lacey Willingham.

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