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Sparta Middle School Fourth Marking Period Honor Rolls

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SPARTA, NJ – Sparta Middle School announces the students who have earned High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the fourth marking period.  Students who have earned A’s in all major subject, including World Language, with no grade below a B in any other class qualify for High Honor Roll.  For Honor Roll students must earn three A’s in major subjects with no grade below a B in any other class.

6th Grade High Honor Roll:

 Colia Bach, Jenna Bargfrede, Ula Bitinaitis, Jenna Blandina, Kristen Bradish, Kaela Burke, Marguerite Bysshe, Kayla Collinson, James DeLuca, Thomas Dean, Kiran Duggirala, Lukas Hein, Luke Kopco, Lilyann Loewen, Julia McEllen, Sarah McGovern, Zachary Merold, Garrett Neuschatz, Peyton Nichols, Brett Parker, Lindsay Pugliese, Sophie Regeimbal, Liam Rust, Robert Scott, Michaela Seville, Luke Simmons, Carissa Song, Kyle Sutton, Peyton Trent, Rachel Young, Adelina Zahner, Kelly Zukowski,

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7th Grade High Honor Roll:

 Shahed Al-Aydi, Drew Buchanan, Todd Cummings, Jeremy Devaney, Jessica Fenners, Evan Fischer, Sebastian Gomez, Antonia Hand, Markus Homann, Isabella Horowitz, Moses Hughes, Terrence Hurley, Lauren Johnson, Natalie Krudys, Benjamin Lipton, Kelsi Loewen, Deanna Lubertazzo, Patrick Lynch, Connor MacFarlane, Ian Manske, Ashton Martini, Aidan Mastandrea, Kenzie Merwin, Autumn Nady, Nancy Nester, Christopher Nichols, Emily Opresnick, Jordan Ouimette, Julia Ragno, Morgan Saulys, Michele Scaglione, Christopher Scheri, Rachel Sosik, Kanita Tariq, Anna Rose Tartaglia, Ryan Ventresca, Robert Whalen, Ande Wittenmeier, Alan Yeung

 8th Grade High Honor Roll:

Emma Bova, Derek Campbell, Stephanie Downes, Julia Flake, Kate Fontes, Juleanna Green, Rebecca Greenberg, Caroline Kepler, Ashley Lasko, Kristine Le, Simon Levien, Zoe Merold, Samantha Patino, Kasey Senatore, Garrett Stewart, William Stoddard, Elizabeth Ukstins, Sarah West, Julia Young

6th Grade Honor Roll:

Amineh Al-Aydi, Budoor Al-Aydi, Leila Bach, Truman Bleakley, Kathaleen Brockmann, Lauren Brown, Cullen Byrne, Olivia Canova, Emma Lynne Cilli, Brodie Coffin, Jason Collis, Hayden Corbin, Zoe Criezis, Daniel Devine, Madison DiMarco, Luke Dillon, Jack Dolan, Julia Dykstra, William Englehardt, Erin Esso, Emily Fischer, Michael Foley, Alexander Fontes, Peter Huhn, Laramie Kipp, Thomas Kopchains, Alexandra Kutler, Alyssa Lasko, Danielle Laurie, Timothy Lee, Cole Luizzo, Chloe Maher, McCall Manning, Lauren Matus, Emma McNamara, Nicholas Murray, Elizabeth Nedelka, Zach Pyszczymuka, Suvaani Ranasinghe, Anna Reedy, Ashley Rogers, Kevin Salmeri, Griffin Sasdi, Keith Sehring, Claire Siipola, James Suter, Andrew Venizelos, Caileigh Walsh, Grace Ward, Hannah Williams

7th Grade Honor Roll:

 Reese Abrams, Sean Ailara, Joseph Biss, Alexander Blaszak, Haley Capeci, Daniela Cassano, Yasmeen Caswell, Jade Criso, Brett DiBlasio, Cameron Ekeman, Brooke Elliott, Katelyn Esso, Noah Faria, Olivia Finkeldie, Erin Finnegan, Nicholas Furgeson, Lauren Groff, Corinne Groome, Logan Hanek, Eva Jardine, Michael Lee, Aaron Lopez, Katherine McGovern, Kevin Moran, Emma Moyle, Hailey Paolercio, Gregory Puszcz, Alexander Ramos, Nicholas Remo, Madeline Sager, Kate Schelle, Thomas Scheri, Jessica Schoenfeld, Jake Scott, Karthik Selvaraj, Brooke Serovich, Christopher Smith, Faith Stewart, Canavan Storms, EllenLou Villapando, Stephanie Villar, Mia Von Eisenburg, Kathleen Whilesmith, Alisa Williamson, Emily Yarnall, Delaney Zugelder

 8th Grade Honor Roll:

 Mackenzie Coffin, Eve Curras, Sarah Dioneda, Natalie Earl, Brianna Falco, Amanda Friesen, Maya Golebiewski, Katherine Hannan, Colin Jeffer, Sylvia Kloian, Luke Kurian, Madison Levinson, Julia Loewen, Jessica Longstreth, Erin Lyden, Valeria Molina, Julia Muth, Sophia Oelkers, Jillian Parks, Carly Piniaha, Rachel Raffino, Lomaani Ranasinghe, Evan Silberstein, Henry Silberstein, Alyssa Stouch, William Theilacker, Hannah Transier, Madison Trent, Sydney Van Brunt, Maxim Vaskovtsev, Ashley Vasquez, James Wang, Mabel Windle, Steven Zukowski,  

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