Pine Cobble Release Honor Roll for Second Term

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Pine Cobble School announced its second term honor and effort/citizenship rolls for the 2012-2013 school year.

To achieve high honors, all grades must be 90 or higher. For honors, grades must be above 80. To make the effort/citizenship list, students must recieve all 1's or 2's for effort and citizenship.
 
High Honor Roll
 
Grade 7: Cate Byrne, Jacob Hane, Tobias Lepecki, Sabrina Templeton
Grade 8: Piper Campbell, Hayden Gillooly, Jackie Rich, Elias Sekkal
Grade 9: Matthew Germanowski 
 
Honor Roll
 
Grade 7: Josh Crosby, Georgia Hannock, Beau James Lahey
Grade 8: Catherine Cavalli, Tyler Gundrum, Elizabeth Hunt
Grade 9: Naseema Amin, Elsa Bean, Derrob Hagy-Weatherbee, Evan Sanders, Hannah Witter
 
Effort/Citizenship Roll
 
Grade 7: Cate Byrne,Josh Crosby, Jacob Hane, Beau James Lahey, Tobias Lepecki, ,Sabrina Templeton
Grade 8: Piper Campbell, Catherine Cavalli, Hayden Gillooly, Jackie Rich
Grade 9: Naseema Amin, Elsa Bean, Matthew Germanowski, Evan Sanders
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