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November 28, 2012

Duncan Middle School Honor Rolls



Eighth grade: Justina Aaron, Charles Ajjarapu, Megan Alexander, Bayleigh Anderson, Jerad Armstrong, Koriah Ayala, Alexis Baldwin, Destiny Baldwin, Riley Barton, Emily Bates, Haley Baxter, Connor Beach, Trenton Bell, Brooke Bethany, Justin Billingsley, Sidni Blalock, Ragain Blenz, Kaisie Bowers, Dalton Breeze, Taj Brereton, Chance Bridgers, Tyler Burke, Rachel Cardenas, Alexis Carlson, Joshua Casady, Alexandra Case, Stephanie Chaidez, Adam Christian, Madisson Clark, Kyle Combest, Jeremiah Darden, Madison Davidson, Destinee Davis, Maria Diaz, Adriana Dominguez; and,

Hannah Eaglin, Te’yahta’ Easley, Zachary Eckert, Aubrey Edmonson, Zachary Elliot, Summer Farley, Kamrin Gay, Konnor Geller, Connor Gill, Katherine Goins, Misty Graham, Chloe Green, Shacona Griffin, Richard Griffin-Bassette, Melannie Haley, Caylee Hall, Brendan Harlow, Chad Harp, Brady Henricks, Carlos Hernandez, Hannah Hice, Richard Hicks, Kaitlin Hillin, Morgan Holman, Logan Holtmyer, Falon Howell, Caitlyn Huckabaa, Mario Izaguirre, Braylin Jackson, Alexander Jones, Darian Jones, Katlyn Jones, Tucker Jones, Rebekah Kafer, Randy Keck, Katlyn Keenan, Kaylee Keenan, Tyler Kerr, Sydney Kidd, Kobe Kile, Landon King, Kale Kinnaird, Logan Lassley, Nathaly Leanos, Ladeidra Love, Dathan Markle; and,

Amanda Matheny, Haley McCoy, Samuel McElroy, Angel McGee, Heavyn McGee, Dharma Meadows, Jayden Merchant, Deeanna Mettler, TaMuriel Milton, Nicollette Minyard, Austin Mitchell, Adam Moore, Gracee Morrison, Jonathon Morrow, Jenae Nieto, Mark Olivo, Keely Parks, Alyssa Patterson, Levi Peck, William Petrey, Kylie Pewitt, Kaleb Pickard, Chloe Presgrove, Perrie Presgrove, Mackenzie Rains, Hayley Ramirez, Mabel Redhead, Chloe Replogle, Madeline Rippy, Dakota Ritter, Corrina Rivas, Allyson Rosser, Nathan Rushin, Isaiah Sanchez, Jasmine Sevier, Bonnie Shoemaker, Kenneth Skahill, Jonathan Sleeker, Devin Stewart-Reeves, Dylan Tally, Emma Thomas, Christian Towell, McKennah Trusley, Darien Vassella, Diana Vivanco, Rylee Walls, Jonathan Webb, Micah Weber, Trace Whaley, Trashaun Wiggins, Kendall Woods, Christian York, Avery Zapata.

DMS “A” Honor Rolls

Sixth grade: Bryce Albin, Maci Alexander, Madison Arrington, Kylie Bailey, Mora Bivens, Daysia Blackwell, Brooklyn Bostick, Haleigh Bradley, Derek Bridges, Joshua Bumgarner, Rilery Butler, Caryn Calhoun, Garret Casey, Taylor Casey, Eli Clark, Taylor Couch, Makayla Gibson, Madelynn Girod, Jayne Gregston, Lauren Hennan, Marlee Holt, Katherine Hooper, Tayler Janz, Celia Jones, Trinity Kerr, Haley Lambert, Joshua Leonard, Brandon Miller, Brenley Mitchell Paula Montell, Braden Mowdy, Raylee Pain, Samuel Petersen, Ashlynn Pharaoh; and,

Liberty Redden, Caylee Reed, Jacob Reed, Samara Rogers, Cindy Santos, Easton Smith, Sahara Snyder, Karen Tezen, Connor Thaxton, Jesse Torres, Jared Warburton, Creed Watkins, Preston Weaks, Katelyn White, Kara Whitt, Katy Whitt, Jan Wiseley.

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Should the date for The World's Largest Garage Sale be changed from the third weekend in July to sometime in October to take advantage of cooler weather like we had this past weekend?

No. It's better in the summer cause kids are out of school.
Yes. More shoppers would come during nice fall weather.
Either time is fine.

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