Gabriel Abbott Announces Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

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FLORIDA, Mass. — Gabriel Abbott Memorial School has announced its honor roll for the final quarter of the 2017-18 school year.

 

Eighth Grade

Honors: Makayla Duquette, Logan King, Jacob Lavariere, Madison Moser

 

Seventh Grade

Honors: Troy Wnuk

Merits: Ryan Medon

 

Sixth Grade

High Honors: Brooke Bishop, Chloe Boulger, Mikyra Burnell, Svea Lawson, Sara King.

Honors: Madison Rathbun

Merits: Jazzmyn Valego, Katelyn Lavariere

 

Fifth Grade

High Honors: Connor Poirot, Emma Vareschi

Honors: Kaley Bachand, Hailei McLain, Lillian Bean, Devin Rougeau

 

Fourth Grade

High Honors: Shaylee Lawson, Ryleigh Rathbun

Honors: Logan Irace, Emerson Lane, Landon Leclair, Ethan Medon

Merits: Jayse Ellsworth, Calvin VanPeterson

 


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