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July 23, 2013

Honor Roll: Northeastern Clinton Central School

Editor’s note: Some of the names submitted by Northeastern Clinton Central School for the Honor Roll that appeared this week were from a previous listing. This is a correct list of the students in Grades 10 and 11 who made the NCCS fourth-quarter Honor Roll:

Grade 10 High Honors: Hannah Bartley, Jason Belrose, Brendan Boutin, Julia Consoli, Ryley Cushing, Mellissa Geraw-Brunet, Celine Houle, Aryana Kellison, Nicholas Leduc, Tianna Leduc, Andrew Martin, Chelsey Menard, Angelo Mercaldi, Myranda Miller, Andrea Mossey, Ellen Reid, Kalie Sample.

Grade 10 Honors: Danielle Babbie, Christopher Boyse, Kevin Capito, Gillian Corrow, Hope Davidson, Amber Dupee, Erin Flett, Dylan Gladd, Tyler Kingsbury, Emily LaBombard, Jacob Lafountain, Courtney Lapham, Chadwick Littlefield, Tiana Mangine, Rheanna Meier, Cole Pinsonneault, David Sousa, Kevin Sterling, Gabrielle Vasquez, Brady Vassar.

Grade 11 High Honors: Sarah Babbie, Morgan Bennet, Andree Boire, Ashley Boire, Chad Coulombe, Calan Deuso, Paige Dominic, William Hinkley III, Christopher Kokes, Matthew Lafave, Katie Lefebvre, Breann Legnard, Morgann Lintner, Zachary Lucas, Tanner Magoon, Ryan Marks, Dakota Martin, Aaron Mesick, Abbie Miller, Mathew Orr, Anthony Piche, Taylor Rabideau, Kylie Rivers, Joseph Robert, Alexa Sorrell, Brent Stein, Amanda Tallon, Justin Trombly, Krista White.

Grade 11 Honors: Allison Anctil, Rachel Arless, Megan Aubrey, Ryan Decoste, Kyle Fuller, Austin Gonyo, Chandler Gratton, Richard Gray, Taylor Jarvis, Jesse Juneau, Adam Khater, Sidney Labelle, Matthew LaFountain, Jordan Lamere, Jenna LaValley, Joseph Lavalley, Mark Lepone, Mason Letourneau, Michaela McDonough, Jennifer Menard, Ashley Moran, Christina Paola, John Pelkey, Jonathan Perez, Wyatt Rivers, Harley Tavernia, Christina Tomah, Travis Vancour, Deanna Vincent, Zachary Watson.

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