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December 22, 2012

Briscoe Middle School first quarter honor roll

BEVERLY — The following students were named to the honor roll for the first quarter of the 2012-2013 school year at Briscoe Middle School:

PRINCIPAL’S LIST

Grade eight: Thomas Adams, Madison Aitken, Diane Alhafez, Emma Beaudoin, Grace Bigus, Kristin Doucette, Celia Eanes, Brooke Ekborg, Alana Gabriel, Hugh Gaffney, Sydney Gallagher, Sophia Hautala, Jane Healy, Kendra Huth, Nico Johnson, Timothy Johnson, John Jones, Jake Kielty, Melanie Kirsch, Matthew Manzo, Hannah Marescalchi, Natalie Mellinger, Sarah Michaud, Madison Monahan, Moriah Murphy-Thornley, Simon Petersen, Jackson Reed, Amanda Rosenberger, Gabriela Rushi, Gabrielle Sallese, Marita Smallman, Nikolas Steege, Matthew Swindell, Ali Tilton, Kimberly Tran, James Usovicz.

Grade seven: Cameron Abell, Dalia Agudelo, Kaede Aoki, Adrian Avola, Kylie Barry, Chloe Becker, Nicholas Berry, Amanda Blanchette, Alexander Bloomer, Michael Brauninger, Drew Buoniconti, Connor Cademartori, Emilia Casagrande, Andrew Chen, Matthew Collins, Laura Connor, Maria Connor, Julia Curtin, Ryan Daly, Morgan Davidson, Sophia Demarkis, Maeve Dineen, Eric DiPietro, Natalie Eberhardt, Caroline Elliott, Tristan Furlong, Oliver Gibson, Danielle Gomes, John Goodwin, Rosemarie Gotsch, Jacob Grant, John Hannon, Samantha Hano, Riley Harmon, Audrey Jaber, Jessica Jaeger, Eric Jennings, Matthew Jones, Rebecca Jones, Uatchet Juch, Nekhebet Juch, Alexander Kleros, Emily Krendel, Rachel Lamarre, Cindy Le, Jocelyn Lee, Deirdre Maciak, Kai Marcos, Megan Marsh, Rebecca Martino, Jared McCormack, Giana Metta, Megan Morrissey, Katie Noonan, Grace Oliveira, Miranda Ovesen, Lauren Paicopolis, Rachel Paicopolis, Jonathan Rowe, Matthew Samson, Delaney Sprague, Anaiis Straw, Sean Sullivan, Cara Sweeney, Mia Swensen, William Talbot, Charlotte Veator, Christine Whitehair, Rachel Wiley.

Grade six: Robert Adams, Mackenzie Bauer, Sabrina Beaudry, Mark Bedetti, Daniel Benica, Samuel Bigus, Claudia Brock, Olivia Byrd, Aidan Cahill, Owen Cairns, Younes Challabi, Meghan Cotraro, Beatrice Crocker, Rory Devlin, Jack DuFresne, Conor Dunleavy, Anna Edson, Marianna Ellis, Seth Emelian, Alexandra Enos, Samantha Fafard, Laurel Fielder, George Fox, Simone French, Eden Frances, Thomas Gedangoni, George Lily Goodspeed, Victoria Gough, Zachary Hall, Steven Hallinan, Joshua Hildreth, Angelika Hillios, Catherine Johnson, Judith Johnson, Ryan Keve, Claire Knott, Nicole Luangrath, Elizabeth Mack, Travis MacPhail, Natalie Matthews, Clayton McAlpine, Chrisstopher Morse, Rachelle Mullins, Anna Murphy, Remy Normand, Cara Norris, Elizabeth Panico, Molly Pierce, Julia Pitman, Jack Renda, Mary Ella Robinson, Olivia Salah, Natalie Samson, Mason Selley, Katelyn Singer, Justin Smith, Hunter Stacey, Natalie Stilwell, Colby Tassinari, Bryce Visnick, Anthony Warry, Aubrey Whitaker.

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