BELMAR, NJ — Belmar Elementary School’s honor roll totaled 93 students for the third marking period — nearly one-third of whom earned the highest level of academic achievement.
These 30 students made the high honor roll by achieving a grade of 93 or higher in all subjects including related arts:
Sixth grade: Winter Archer, Emily Black, Sydnie Chek, Daren Chen, Gicelle Lopez-Riano, Katherine Minchala-Ramirez, Daniela Panetta, Emma Preston, John Wheeler, Hope Wilton and William Youngblood.
Seventh grade: John Connolly, Matthew Donovan, Helen Greco, Renee Herbert, Niky Li, Christina Misnik, Scarlett Morton, Ryan Orlowski and Josephina Trotta.
Eighth grade: Christopher Greenlow, Ella Herbert, Kayla Kirk, Gavin Lisko, Tyler Lisko, Ethan Miller, Julia Nicolay, Jasiya Robinson, Gracey Tolomanosi and Hannah Wilton.
The following 63 students placed on the honor roll, earning a grade of between 85 and 92 in all subjects including related arts:
Sixth grade: Nadia Cook, Bailey Czekalski, Claire Doherty, Julia Fahey, Valerie Fernandez Salazar, Stephanie Garcia Avila, Alexis Gonzalez Perez, Emelyn Guerrero, Rebecca Hingher, Brody Koch, Cameron Lieb, Jackeline Minchala-Ramirez, Dominic Murillo, Nikolaos O’Donnell, Alejandro Palacios-Perez, Dana Radel, Leonardo Reyes, Lola Sharp, Jamie Suarez-Morales, Kira Tolomanosi, Robert Urbano and Ronnie Whille.
Seventh grade: Ismael Alejandrez Alvarado, Joseph Anan, Madison Daughton, Liz DeLeon, Adrian Garcia, Patrick Gebhardt, Luiza Gonzalez, Micky Helbig, Karen Hernandez, Isaias Hernandez-Garcia, Matthew Hope, Cameron Kowalcyk, Ashley Lopez Torres, Kayla Martin, Emma McGirr, Odalis Mendoza, Alex Nicolas Barragan, Pamela Olmedo, John Preston, Bradford Ringer, Michelle Ruiz, Amari Thomas, Patrick Woodrow and Alexa Zuniga Rojas.
Eighth grade: David Cajas, Braeden Chek, Christopher Clara, Maria Delrocio Palacios, Kelly Garcia Avila, Diana Gil, Isis Herrera, Jhamier Howard, Aj Li, Nico Maluchnik, Nenah McLoughlin, Ever Mendoza, Brody Moss, Eleanor Solomon, Ella Speidel, Estefany Sanchez-Barcenas and Francesco Viterbo.
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