Pine Cobble Releases First Term Honor, Effort Rolls

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Pine Cobble School announced the 2013-2014 first term high honor, honor and effort/citizenship rolls for its upper school students.
 
The criteria for earning these honors are as follows:
  • High Honors: All grades must be 90 or higher
  • Honors: All grades must be 80 or higher
  • Effort/Citizenship: Must receive all 1's or 2's for effort and citizenship
High Honors:
  • Grade 7: Rachel Hemmer, Katrina Hotaling and Andrea Printz
  • Grade 8: Cate Byrne and Jacob Hane
  • Grade 9: Piper Campbell, Hayden Gillooly and Jackie Rich
Honor Roll
  • Grade 7: Sophie Lane, Isla Lyons, Jeffrey Merselis, Grace Miller, Joshua Paine, Colette Stapp, Arianna Stetson and Aidan White
  • Grade 8: Georgia Hannock, Clara Kuttner, Tobias Lepecki, Sabrina Templeton and Logan Waien
  • Grade 9: Catherine Cavalli
Effort/Citizenship Roll
  • Grade 7: Rachel Hemmer, Elaina Lamphere, Andrea Printz, Colette Stapp and Arianna Stetson
  • Grade 8: Cate Byrne, Jacob Hane, Beau Lahey, Tobias Lepecki and Sabrina Templeton
  • Grade 9: Piper Campbell, Catherine Cavalli, Hayden Gillooly and Jackie Rich
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