BELMAR, NJ — Eighty-six students at Belmar Elementary School ended the 2018-2019 school year attaining honor roll status for the fourth marking period.
Earning the highest level of academic achievement — with a grade of 93 or higher in all subjects including related arts — were these 29 high honor roll students:
Sixth grade: Winter Archer, Emily Black, Sydnie Chek, Julia Fahey, Katherine Minchala-Ramirez, Dominic Murillo, Alejandro Palacios-Perez, Daniela Panetta, Dana Radel, Kira Tolomanosi, John Wheeler, Hope Wilton and William Youngblood.
Seventh grade: John Connolly, Matthew Donovan, Helen Greco, Niky Li, Emma McGirr, Christina Misnik, Scarlett Morton, Pamela Olmedo, Ryan Orlowski, Bradford Ringer and Josephina Trotta.
Eighth grade: Ella Herbert, Kayla Kirk, Gavin Lisko, Julia Nicolay and Hannah Wilton.
Placing on the honor roll — with a grade of between 85 and 92 in all subjects including related arts — were the following 57 students:
Sixth grade: Sean Busk, Jahmir Chaney, Daren Chen, Nataly Cisneros, Andrea Cisneros Toledo, Bailey Czekalski, Claire Doherty, Valerie Fernandez Salazar, Stephanie Garcia Avila, Emelyn Guerrero, Brianna Hellwig, Rebecca Hingher, Brody Koch, Cameron Lieb, Gicelle Lopez-Riano, Vanessa Mendoza, Yuridia Mendoza Roman, Jackeline Minchala-Ramirez, Nikolaos O’Donnell, Emma Preston, Kevin Sanchez, Lola Sharp, Jamie Suarez-Morales and Ronnie Whille.
Seventh grade: Ismael Alejandrez Alvarado, Liz De Leon, Kenneth Foster, Patrick Gebhardt, Renee Herbert, Karen Hernandez, Cameron Kowalcyk, Ashley Lopez Torres, Kayla Martin, Odalis Mendoza, Joan Ortiz, John Preston, Michelle Ruiz and Patrick Woodrow.
Eighth grade: David Cajas, Janiyah Chaney, Christopher Clara, Diana Gil, Christopher Greenlow, Isis Herrera, Alyssa Keefe, Kelly-Ann Krajci, Aj Li, Tyler Lisko, Nico Maluchnik, Nenah McLoughlin, Ever Mendoza, Ethan Miller, Jasiya Robinson, Eleanor Solomon, Ella Speidel, Gracey Tolomanosi and Francesco Viterbo.
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