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WBHS announces honor roll
West Brunswick High School has announced its honor rolls for the first nine weeks of the school year.
A Honor Roll
Ninth grade: Hannah Caison, Charles Carcich, Harrison Cheers, Emma Elliott, Jake Elliott, Zachary Fish, Abigail Fulford, Kacey Galloway, Michaela Garay, Robert Gray Jr., Kanisha Grissett, Isaac Hawkins, Megan Henson, Kaitlyn Hewett, Chase Hill, Andrew Hillwig, Dylan Howard, Callie Hucks, Virginia James, Jennifer Johnson, Tyrus Johnston, Liza Kennedy, Rhonda Long, Vincent Martino, Brianna Mintz, Andrea Moose, Krinija Peck, Jackson Pickard, Patrick Pigott, Judith Rivera, Noelia Silva, Dalton Vansteen, Bryan Willis, Madison Woo, Madyson Zehnder.
10th grade: Keyanna Alexander, Morgan Alford, Mary Barefoot, Luke Bollinger, Tyler Boquet-Caron, Zachary Burns, Megan Cervasio, Kerstin Creech, Kamyha Daniels, Dylan Darguzas, Allison Davis, Jackson Davis, Rosario Dominguez, Abigail Dyson, Zachary Flaccavento, Megan Fletcher, Dylan Freedle, Amber Fulford, Grace Gordon, Sharante Gore, Zachary Graham, Mary Elise Harrell, Cooper Hewett, Carson Hicks, Madeline Hobbs, Joseph Hurst, Jonathon Hylton, Deja Jones, Kaitlin King, Kathleen Little, Kiersten Lomosad, Virginia Maynard, Brittney Miller, Brianna Mokma, Karyssa Nixon, Lexus Nixon, Lara Phillips, Aleisha Poerio, Daniel Polizzotti Jr., Cody Postich, Dillon Priester, Casey Pyatte, Alexis Raynor, Corina Sierra, Charles Smith, Edith Tapia, Chandler Taylor, Amanda Trapp, Johnnie Turner, Zachary Wilkes, Carla Zio.
11th grade: Tyler Bradsher, Adriana Cornejo, Dustin Darguzas, Alexis Dobbins, Mariah Elliott, Khalil Gore, Summer Gray, Hunter Howard, Laci Ludlum, Bailey Mayo, Kayla McDaniel, Trevor McKenzie, Abigail Perry, Lauren Plis, Casey Savage, Daniella Scinto, Hannah Stocks, Morgan Wade, Alexandra Wickel, Lillian Willis.
12th grade: Brittany Buffkin, Justin Davis, Corryn Diemer, James Edwards III, William Edwards, Hannah Garrett, Janisha Gore, Kaylyn Holler, Amber Hornberger, Mary Inions, Alicia Johnson, Shelby Johnson, Mary Lee, Cassandra Matto, Brandon Smith, Cameron Smith, Laura Smith, Samuel Smith, Joshua Upchurch, Julianna Zio.
A/B Honor Roll
Ninth grade: Madison Alspaugh, Aaron Angle, Samantha Babin, Cody Babson, Gracie Baxley, Casey Bell, Breanna Benton, Melanie Britten, Anaya Brown, Crystal Caison, Michael Caison, James Campbell, Summer Causey, Christian Chaney, Shelly Chavis, Madeline Church, Jordan Clemmons, River Corbett, Lauren Demko, Gracie Destefano, Joshua DiSpirito, Daniel Disano, John James Emmino, Amanda Fonseca, Isabelle Foran, Bethany Frazier, Savannah Fulwood, Raymond Gilbert Jr., Hannah Giordano, Edward Gonzales, Caroline Gore, Malik Gore, Raqun Green, Kasey Grimsley, Nicholas Hall, Michael Hansen, Caleb Hardee, Tyler Hardee, Sarah Harman, Leeanna Harrison, Lizeth Hernandez, Davonte Hewett, Richard Hewett, Olivia Hintz, Kelly Hollar, Kendall Hunt-Noble, Madison Inman, Brittany Johnson, Mandy Jones, Nicole Kelley, Saralyn Kincer, Owen King, Lauren Kostszycki, Whitney Landrum, Saleena Lent, Cameron Lewis, Ryan Long, Madison Martin, Breanna McAdoo, Lili McKeithan, Daniel McRainey, Kerry Mccall Jr., Brianna Molina, Manuel Montes, Wade Moody, Azia Morgan Brown, Bethany Morrison, Lorraine Nguyen, Taylor Oakes, Alyssa Pasden, Nathaniel Potz, Lindsey Ragon, Dalys Rhyne, Daniel Rochefort, Elisha Rudy, Sumner Russ, Meghan Schofield, Madison Simmons, Janiqwa Small, Ashley Smith, Caitlin Smith, Cameryn Smith, Colin Smith, Cole Snyder, Jordan Stephens, Margaret Stephens, Annia Suggs, Brittnee Taylor, Mariah Taylor, Zachary Taylor, Ariana Thomas, Darien Tribble, Hannah Tripp, Christine Vann, Genesis Villapando, Brandon Waddell, Olivia Ward, Lance Watts, Khaliya Williams, Jade Wilson, Taelen Wilson, Jacob Yount, Drew Zehnder, Marissa Zettlemoyer.
10th grade: Deanna Andrews, William Babson, Christian Barr, Noe Bautista Gomez, Charlee Baxley, Eric Bellamy, Lacey Benton, Bethany Brower, Princess Bryant, Ashley Carter, Rubi Chavez, Austen Chestnut, Alison Childress, Antonio Clarida, Sierra Clemmons, Juan Cobos, Brittany Cordell, Lillian Cosentino, Allison Davis, Michael Dobbins, Michael Fell, Julie Foote, Heidi Formyduval, Derek Fulford, Joseph Fulmer, Haleigh Gidlow, Savannah Gore, Ashlen Graves, Richard Gregory, Hayley Grimes, Raziya Hewett, Matthew Hilditch, Otis Hill Jr., Hannah Howell, Dallas Iodice, Levi Jenkins, Chelsea Johnson, Gregory Johnson, Connor Johnston, Albert Landa, Blaine Lawson, Christopher Lawson, Harley Lytton, Adrian Maldonado, Nicholas Massey, Chase Metcalf, Ralph Milliken, Corey Mulvaney, Teresa Nieto, Zachary O’Dell, Alexa Phelps, Christian Ponds, Byron Prevoe, Carly Pyatte, Ladranda Reaves, Kayla Reese, Alvaro Rendon, Walter Reyes, Christopher Rodier, Taylor Sealey, Benjamin Simmons, Aveon Slappy, Justin Smith, Christina Soto, Haley Spencer, Desmund Stanley, Teresa Talbot, Jordan Taylor, Samuel Terry, Carson Tew, Adrian Tharpe, Randy Thompson, Anthony Thornton, Cody Trent, Iridian Valerio, Brittany Vereen, Jorge Villalva, Ryan Walz, Destiny Ward, Penny Watts, Gavin Wentz, Gary White, Jordan Williams, Abigail Young.
11th grade: Veda Anglin, Cory Anttila, Quentin Ash, Evelin Barron, Cameron Beasley, Abigail Bentley, Cynthia Bolanos, Allison Brown, Jaleel Bryant, Loe Bustos, Nathan Chavis, Ryan Childress, Elliott Coleman, Kimberly Cook, Christopher Cox, Katie Cribb, Khyne Daniels, Amanda Davinson, Alyssa Davis, Devin Day, Stormy Delong, Caleb Dispirito, Vanesa Dominguez, Isabell Emile, Julia Eubanks, Lindsey Galloway, William Galloway, Myron Gore, Haley Grimes, Gillian Gurganus, Kayla Hager, Leianna Hatcher, Austin Hayes, Abigail Hewett, James Hobbs, Emily Inman, Jerri Inman, Danielle Ivey, Donte Jenrette, Michael Johnson, Shireen Johnson, Victoria Jordan, Stephanie Karvosky, Robert Lapish, Austin Lee, Kristin Lewis, Angela Light, Cotey Littrell, Arizona Locklear, Victoria Lodge, Jozi Marlowe, Robert McRainey, Candace Milliken, Danaye Mokma, Brooks Morgan, Deasia Morgan, Kristyn Osborne, Ty’Shauna Palmer, Julia Phelps, Cameron Phipps, Savannah Pridgen, Nicolya Randall, Kaitlyn Russ, Samantha Smith, Timothy Smith, Breanna Spanski, Taylor Thomas, Morganne Van Leeuwen, Thomas Vanskiver, William Vernon Jr., Logan Verzinskie, Katelyn Waddell, Emily Walters, Jason Watts, Jermario Williams, Katherine Williamson.
12th grade: Luis Aguilar, Ashley Alegre, Dezaree Avallone, Ashley Berardo, Tabitha Biear, Courtney Bland, Laura Bowman, Alexa Boyd, Alyssa Chappell, Andrew Cole, Zandra Daniels, James Eccard, Matthew Emerson, Katherine Ferrari, Amber Fulwood, Christina Garrell, Eric Gonzalez, Geoffrey Gore, Amber Guy, Alex Harrell, Daniel Hernandez, Amber Holden, Jason Huff, Brandon Inman, Jasmine Jackson, Jamal Jacobs, Alexandra Johnson, Khalil Johnson, Leslie Johnson, Marina Johnson, Brittany Landrum, Aimee Lane, Brittany Lea, Asia Lee, Cinnamon Lieberg-Strayer, Luis Macias, Ashlee McCall, Brooke McCrary, Brianna McCumbee, Justin McKeithan, Victoria McKeithan, Macelynn McPherson, Anthony Medlin, Amber Mestad, Jillian Milazzo, Angel Milliken, Kelsey Moseley, Morgan Myers, Ricki Nantz, Sarah Naylor, Mary Nelson, Emily Norton, Sarah Perkins, Chelsea Powell, Lateasha Rankin, Amanda Read, Jessica Reese, Iris Reyes Avalos, Tequila Roach, John Roberts, Anthony Rodriguez, Jordan Sanchez, Amy Sapp, Trevawn Scott, Kayne Severson, Christopher Shannon, Jesse Simmons, Gabriel Sirenko-Siryj, Hayden Siska, Olivia Smith, Nicholas Stortini, Tiffanie Strickland, Ashley Swart, Katelin Terry, Nyqueisha Thomas, Courtney Turner, Caleb Tyree, Easton Varnam, Kwamane Vaught, Adriana Watts, Shannon Webb, Victoria Whaley, Madison White, Darius Williams, Cameron Williamson.
Smart Start raises readers
Smart Start of Brunswick County has received a matching grant award from Raising a Reader for its Books for Babies in Brunswick County project. Books for Babies partners Smart Start’s Raising A Reader and Parents As Teachers together in a special project designed to encourage family engagement through literacy activities, such as book cuddling.
Raising A Reader, entering its second year in Brunswick County, helps families successfully build and sustain literacy routines in their homes through a book bag program filled with award-winning books. Books are rotated on a weekly basis and pairs parent training on effective book sharing to promote family literacy habits, language and literacy skills, and love of learning. Currently focusing on children 3-4 years of age, Books for Babies will expand the program to include infants and toddlers as well.
Smart Start was notified by Raising a Reader that they will match by 50 percent any donation made on the Global Giving website between Nov. 14-Jan. 14 to Books for At Risk Children in North Carolina. Global Giving is a charity fundraising website that provides nonprofits from anywhere in the world a chance to raise funds needed to improve their communities with its focuses on programs that are working to educate children, feed the hungry, build houses, train women (and men) with job skills and hundreds of other projects.
To donate and learn more, visit www.globalgiving.org and search for Books for Children At Risk in North Carolina or look for the link on www.smartstartbrunswick.org.