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Blackduck students named to "A" Honor Roll

Blackduck A Honor Roll Here are the students named to the A Honor Roll this quarter at Blackduck High School. To be named to the "A" Honor Roll, students must maintain a grade point average of 3.66 and be enrolled in 1.25 credits. Grade 12 Elissa...

Blackduck A Honor Roll

Here are the students named to the A Honor Roll this quarter at Blackduck High School. To be named to the “A” Honor Roll, students must maintain a grade point average of 3.66 and be enrolled in 1.25 credits.

Grade 12

Elissa Cleveland, Zakary Crunden, Chelsea Humble, Matthew Metzler, Brianna Patch, Michaela Sparby, Sierra Stroeing, Isaac Volk

Grade 11

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Cade Haiby, BryAnna Haluptzok, Brock Leino, Hunter Meland, Ashlynne Nattrass, Emily Notsch, Ayushi Patel

Grade 10

Jody Bloom, Kialee Brands, Joshua Hanna, Nolan Juelson, Haley Murray, Elliot Stillday, Sydnee Stroeing, Kirsten Theisen

Grade 9

Samantha Christensen, Dylan Dickinson, Riley Fisher, Michael Forseen, Maria Johnson, Kelby Krabbenhoft, Jada Landis, Kennedi Leino, Savannah Marsh, Dylan Moen, Selena Murray, Shawn O'Brien, Conner Porath

Grade 8

Trapper Depew, Kes Eggert, Kyle Evans, Regan Frenzel, Tucker Greenside, Kaydre Gullette, Savanna Juelson, Quinn McKeeman, Ethan Merrill, Carson Nendick, Sawyer Nendick, Samantha Palmer, Jordan Reeves, Hannah Reiplinger, Jastyn Rodgers, Alexa Sparby, Johanna Swedberg, Kimberly Sydow, Kailey Thomas, Grace Zaleski

Grade 7

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Calvin Bloomquist, Malori Burmeister, Emily Christensen, Kenna Cook, Kendra Cornell, Gavyn Dickinson, Shayn Dickinson, Aden Erickson, Jacob Forseen, Theresa Gustafson, Kaytlin Haiby

Benjamin Johnson, Saige Kohman, Alexander Larson, Olivia Loehlein, Lexie Nelson, Haley Patel

Karlyle Pitzl, Callista Poxleitner, Eli Sharbono, Oliver Stillday, Sierra Sundvall, Lauren West, Hannah Zaleski

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