Sparta Middle School 2nd Marking Period Honor Roll


SPARTA, NJ- Congratulations to the following students on their academic achievements in the second marking period.  Sparta Middle School students earning honor roll status:

6th Grade High Honor Roll:

 Shahed Al-Aydi, Joseph Biss, Haley Capeci, Katie Carrigan, Yasmeen Caswell, Jade Criso, Todd Cummings, Lucas Danko, Samantha Dean, Brooke Elliott, Evan Fischer, Nicholas Furgeson, Daniel Furnari, Sebastian Gomez, Corinne Groome, Logan Hanek, Terrence Hurley, Natalie Krudys, Benjamin Lipton, Kelsi Loewen, Samantha Lopen, Rebecca Moorman, Christopher Nichols, Emily Opresnick, Michael Piwko, Madeline Sager, Michele Scaglione, Karthik Selvaraj, Brooke Serovich, Jacob Sledge, Kanita Tariq, Anna Rose Tartaglia, Robert Whalen, Ande Wittenmeier, Emily Yarnall

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7th Grade High Honor Roll:

Emma Bova, Derek Campbell, Eve Curras, Joseph Dempsey, Stephanie Downes, Matthew Dumbroff, Julia Flake, Kate Fontes, Amanda Friesen, Juleanna Green, Rebecca Greenberg, Ryan Hayes, Cameron Jones, Caroline Kepler, Sylvia Kloian, Kristine Le, Simon Levien, Cynthia Loh, Jack Maldonado, Sofia Mase, Nicholas Matkiwsky, Zoe Merold, Hailey O'Connor, Jillian Parks, Samantha Patino, Lomaani Ranasinghe, Lucas Romano, Ashlyn Scott, Evan Silberstein, Henry Silberstein, Delaney Sniffen, Garrett Stewart, Hannah Transier, Sydney Van Brunt, Sarah West, Julia Young


8th Grade High Honor Roll:

 James Apostolico, Audrey Biss, Zosia Canzoniero, Benjamin Dottinger, Kayla Edwards, Alexis Faria, Elias Frieling, Victoria Heim, Bridget Hilgendorff, Nicole Kwon, Melissa Nolan, Kaylynn Pierce, Alexandra Poret, Paige Smith, Quinlan Van Es, Alexander Viola, Erin Walsh


6th Grade Honor Roll:

 Sean Ailara,  Conor Armstrong,  Jessica Baksa,  Ethan Bernier,  Olivia Bouma-Hannam,  Nicholas    Broccoletti,  Daniela Cassano,  Jeremy Devaney,  Brett DiBlasio,  Noah Faria,  Olivia Finkeldie,  Erin    Finnegan,  Joseph Firneno,  Catherine Green,  Lauren Groff,  Antonia Hand,  Markus Homann,  Moses Hughes, Christopher Kee,  Gabrielle L'Abbate,   Michael Lee,  Connor MacFarlane,  Nathaniel Malmont, Paige Markvicka,  Aidan Mastandrea,  Deanna Masucci,  Kenzie Merwin,  Kevin Moran,  Emma Moyle, Nancy Nester,  Jordan Ouimette,  Alexander Papandrikos,  Panagiota Perdikis,  Tyler Richmond, Savannah Rode,  Christopher Scheri,  Jessica Schoenfeld,  Rachel  Sosik,  Josiah Sutton,  Ryan    Ventresca,  EllenLou Villapando,  Stephanie Villar,  Eric Vincelette,  Emily Vreeland,  Kathleen    Whilesmith, Sarah Wille


7th Grade Honor Roll:

 Paige  Bischoff, Brian  Cabrera, Cecelia  Canfield, Nuobin  Chen, Ryan  Cilli, Mackenzie  Coffin, Ryan  Dengler, Brandon  Drapeau, Natalie  Earl, Brianna  Falco, Grant  Fletcher, Kaylea  Gaughan, Beck  Gozdenovich, Katherine  Hannan, Colin  Jeffer, Evan  Johnson, Luke  Kurian, Abraham  LaBelle, Brandon  Lagasca, Daniel  Lane, Ashley  Lasko, Madison  Levinson, Julia  Loewen, Jessica  Longstreth, Erin  Lyden, Benjamin  McDonald, Valeria  Molina, Thomas  Mortillaro, Michael  Nauta, Rachel  Nick, Sara  Nigro, Sophia  Oelkers, Evan  Peterson, Carly  Piniaha, Cameron  Riley, Nuriel  Rozenberg, Amanda  Sangalli, Caitlin  Scarpa, Spencer  Schroepfer, Brandon  Sechrist, Tori  Seeland, William  Stoddard, William  Theilacker, Madison  Trent, Elizabeth  Ukstins, Sophie  Venus, James  Wang, Joshua  Williams, Maxim  Yacun, Steven  Zukowski


8th Grade Honor Roll:

 Bader  Al-Aydi, Blake  Aschenbach, George  Bennett, Melanie  Cardoso Lozano, Madison  Cash, Sofia  Cook, Soumya  Duggirala, Anthony  Esposito, Thomas  Ferrara, Michael  Flores, Marcus  Freitag, Kathryn  Frontauria, Robert  Gennat, Matthew  Guerra, Emily  Irwin, Shelby  Kapp, Stylianos  Kroudis, Julia  Liland, Sarah  Mathusek, Madelyn  McEllen, Nicole  McGahey, Hailey  Mead, Kaitlyn  Mead, Christopher  Murray, Kate  Nash, Cambray  O'Brien, Alexander  Pegher, Mia  Pulido, Jamie  Rennie, Justin  Rhodes, Terence  Rippon, Ryan  Ryersen, Carly  Seeland, Rebekah  Smetana, Nina  Strowe, Steven  Sullivan, Christopher  Vachris, April  VanNieuwland

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