Sparta Middle School Honor Rolls for the Second Marking Period

Credits: Jennifer Dericks

SPARTA, NJ – Sparta Middle School announces the students who have earned High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the second marking periods.  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, Madalena Beller, Ula Bitinaitis, Jenna Blandina, Kristen Bradish, Kaela Burke, Marguerite Bysshe, Hayden Corbin, James DeLuca, Daniel Devine, Kiran Duggirala, Julia Dykstra, Matthew Heim, Nuala Hynes, Akshat Iyer, Laramie Kipp, Luke Kopco, Colia Bach, Jenna Bargfrede, Madalena Beller, Ula Bitinaitis, Jenna Blandina, Kristen Bradish, Kaela Burke, Marguerite Bysshe, Garrett Neuschatz, Peyton Nichols, Brett Parker, Lindsay Pugliese, Sophie Regeimbal, Liam Rust, Robert Scott, Michaela Seville, Luke Simmons, Carissa Song, Caileigh Walsh, Rachel Young, Adelina Zahner, Kelly Zukowski

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 7th Grade High Honor Roll:

Shahed  Al-Aydi, Joseph  Biss, Alexander  Blaszak, Haley  Capeci, Todd  Cummings, Lucas  Danko, Cameron  Ekeman, Jessica  Fenners, Olivia  Finkeldie, Evan  Fischer, James  Frangella, Sebastian  Gomez, Corinne  Groome, Markus  Homann, Isabella  Horowitz, Moses  Hughes, Terrence  Hurley, Lauren  Johnson, Natalie  Krudys, Benjamin  Lipton, Kelsi  Loewen, Deanna  Lubertazzo, Connor  MacFarlane, Ian  Manske, Ashton  Martini, Aidan  Mastandrea, Kenzie  Merwin, Christopher  Nichols, Jordan  Ouimette, Gregory  Puszcz, Julia  Ragno, Lorenzo  Rendina, Michele  Scaglione, Karthik  Selvaraj,  Anna Rose  Tartaglia, Ryan  Ventresca, Stephanie  Villar, Robert  Whalen, Ande  Wittenmeier, Alan  Yeung

 8th Grade High Honor Roll:

Emma Bova, Derek Campbell, Mackenzie Coffin, Briana Cotten, Eve Curras, Stephanie Downes, Brianna Falco, Julia Flake, Kate Fontes, Juleanna Green, Colin Jeffer, Caroline Kepler, Sylvia Kloian, Abraham LaBelle, Ashley Lasko, Kristine Le, Simon Levien, Madison Levinson, Erin Lyden, Zoe Merold, Sophia Oelkers, Jillian Parks, Rachel Raffino, Delaney Sniffen, Garrett Stewart, William Stoddard, William Theilacker, Hannah Transier, Elizabeth Ukstins, Sarah West, Julia Young

 6 Grade Honor Roll:

Amineh Al-Aydi, Budoor Al-Aydi, Andrew Buchanan, Emma Lynne Cilli, Kayla Collinson, Jason Collis, Zoe Criezis, Ryan Curry, Thomas Dean, Madison DiMarco, Luke Dillon, Sydney Dillon, Jack Dolan, Thomas Flake, Nicholas Furnari, Fernando Gomez, Robert Hartranft, Lukas Hein, Andrew Kadar, William Klein, Thomas Kopchains, Alexandra Kutler, Timothy Lee, Rebecca Lefkowitz, Lauren Matus, Emily Nasto, Elizabeth Nedelka, Olivia Perez, Reagan Rech, Anna Reedy, Kevin Salmeri, Griffin Sasdi, Emma Sears, Keith Sehring, Claire Siipola, Charlotte Spelman, James Suter, Kyle Sutton, Zsofia Szilagyi, Peyton Trent, Joseph Van Buskirk


 7th Grade Honor Roll:

Sean Ailara, Madelyn Barba, Drew Buchanan, Yasmeen Caswell, Jeremy Devaney, Erin Finnegan, Nicholas Furgeson, Lauren Groff, Antonia Hand, Eva Jardine, Jonathan Lee, Michael Lee, Aaron Lopez, Patrick Lynch, Andrew McDonough, Kevin Moran, Emma Moyle, Autumn Nady, Nancy Nester, Emily Opresnick, Hailey Paolercio, Alexander Papandrikos, Alexander Ramos, Nicholas Remo, Madeline Sager, Morgan Saulys, Christopher Scheri, Thomas Scheri, Jessica Schoenfeld, Brooke Serovich, Christopher Smith, Rachel Sosik, Faith Stewart, Kanita Tariq, EllenLou Villapando, Jessica Vincelette, Mia Von Eisenburg, Emily Yarnall, Delaney Zugelder

 8th Grade Honor Roll:

Grace Becker, Faith Davis, Hope Davis, Joseph Dempsey, Sarah Dioneda, Amanda Friesen, Kaylea Gaughan, Beck Gozdenovich, Rebecca Greenberg, Katherine Hannan, Dante Joefield, Evan Johnson, Luke Kurian, Julia Loewen, Cynthia Loh, Jack Maldonado, Dylan Mazzella, Patrick McGurrin, Thomas Mortillaro, Michael Nauta, Evan Peterson, Lomaani Ranasinghe, Ryan Richardson, Emmet Sedar, Tori Seeland, Kasey Senatore, Carter Sheridan, Evan Silberstein, Henry Silberstein, Cooper Stewart, Madison Trent, Rachel Tyburczy, Sydney Van Brunt, Maxim Vaskovtsev, Ashley Vasquez, Sophie Venus, James Wang, Shane Whalen, Steven Zukowski 

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