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Education

June 12, 2014

Honor Roll -- Northeast Middle/Senior High School

Northeast Middle/Senior High School has released its second semester honor roll:

* denotes straight A

Seventh Grade

Keaton Bormann, Keenan Bredekamp, Faith Brown, *Jarrett Brown, Logan Butler, *Ty Cain, *Payton Claussen, Jalyn Cooper, Julian Creger, *Jacob Crow, Aurora Cuatlacuatl, Samantha Dann, Hannah Feddersen, Noah Feldt, *Amber Friedrichsen, *Evan Hansen, Breckin Heath, *Morgan Hines, Levi Hoffman, Molly Holdgrafer, *Christian Jacobsen, Joseph Kedley, Garrett Kientopf, *Aleina Kleinschmidt, *Nathanial Lange, *Cora Leonard, *Samuel Lueders, *Katelyn Matthew, Keaton Oberbreckling, *Connor Petersen, *Jaedyn Portz, Raeann Portz, Cody Pridemore, *Jaren Rathje, *Aaron Schoon, Quillen Schroeder, Gabrielle Scott, Daniel Sellnau, Kerstin Shecterle, Wyatt Shockey, Kayleigh Slapnicka, Dawson Stoll, Tory Sullivan.

Eighth Grade

Jenz Bahnsen, Nathan Bailey, Alyssa Baker, Scott Bonde, Corey Buech, Dyllan Capion, Caleb Charlson, Faith Ciesielski, *Erica DeLarm, McKenna Dierks, Casidy Dondiego, Kendra Drury, Libby Eberhart, *Lucas Empen, Taylor Flemming, *Lee Foster, Makenna Franks, Tommy Gertson, Chance Giddings, Skyla Gluesing, *Alecca Gray, *Carly Hasken, Marisa Heine, Harley Heister, Megan Hoffman, *Korbin Hoffmann, Kory Horan, *Jacey House, Caleb Howe, Katelyn Howe, *Cameron Isbell, Kaylea Jepsen, Camryn Kelter, *Kayla Kennicker, Marcella Kientopf, *Ireland Knapper, Kory Koch, Patrick LaShelle, Grace Lee, Travis Luett, Aubreigh Machande, Carsen Mangelsen, Alexis Martens, Cody Marzofka, Aaron Meyermann, Daniel Michaelsen, Kaitlyn Myers, *Blake Pataska, *Kristen Petry, Sylvia Rauchenecker, Morgan Reuter, Dayton Rickords, *Amy Roling, Kyla Schau, *Wyatt Schmidt, Kaleb Schneider, *Hailey Smith, Haley Snyder, *Natalie Spooner, *Stephanie Squires, *Ian Stetzel, *Logan Stevenson, *Collin Swanton, Danae Treanton, *Grace Trenkamp, Dawson Tubbs, Elsie Velasquez, *Shelby Wilke, Grant Williams, Tristian Wilslef.

Ninth Grade

Marissa Bormann, Abrianna Cline, *Megan Crockett, *Kyle Dell, Michael Dodge, Matthew Eickert, Keegan Eyer, *Jayna Farrell, *Madison Geronzin, *Sara Hartung, Todd Holdgrafer, *Nicolle Hughes, Hannah Junge, *Madlin Kaczinski, Montanna Krogman, Amberlyn Kruse, *Sydney Kucera, *Clinton Lamar, *Benjamin Lange, Jenna Lauritzen, *Nathaniel Lueders, Jacob Madsen, Dalton Marx, *Matthew Matous, *Shauna McAleer, Aaron McCulley, Connor McDonald, *Candace Middendorf, Caragan Murphy, *Zachary Parson, *Whitney Petersen, *Jayden Rathje, *Sarah Richards, *Abigail Roling, *Rebecca Rose, *Ethan Ruchotzke, Eden Schroeder, Maria Schultheis, Dawson Schultz, Brenna Seeser, Chandler Sterk, Tyson Sullivan, Caitlyn Teal, Jamey Treanton, Alysse Trenkamp, *Cassidy Turkle, Kylee Unke, Megan Van Buer.

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