Drury Announces Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Drury High School has announced its honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2018-19 school year.

Grade 12

High honors: Alicandri, Vincienza Mai; Bolte, Cynthia Ann; Boucher, Sydney Patricia; Callahan, Andrew Chan; Callander, Corey Joseph; Caproni, Abby Kate; Cartmill, Hali Dawn; DeMarsico, Leigha Renae; DiGennaro, McKensie Brooke; Dix, Anna Belle; Gardner, Alana Marie; Giron, Maya Jocelyn; Haley, Kelsey Helen; Holland, Sabrina Marie; Koperek, Yvonne Lee; Lawson, Helen Kathleen; LeSage, Kelby Berk; Macksey, Ashley Lynn; Marceau, Erin Elizabeth; O'Connor, Quinn Joseph; Piekos, Lauren Elizabeth; Scrivens, Nicole Elizabeth; Smith, Abigail Rose; Tatro, Caitlin Rose; Thibert, Jamie Lee; Thomas, Laura Lynn.

Honors: Baker, Aron James; Eastland, Cassidy Mae; Hall, Aryanna Karynn; Howland, Jacy Mae; Howland, Noelle Catherine; Hunt, Noah Carter; Landry, Kristen Marie; LaPierre, Danielle Mary; Lear, Abigale Allyse; Mitchell, Anthony Allen; O'Dell, Evan Milton James; Pearson, Mia Elizabeth; Shook, Hayley Lee.

Grade 11

High honors: Alicandri, Francisco Joseph; Benoit, Sophia Rose; Boudreau, Holly Jean; Czarnecki, Brian Richard; DelRatez, Ashley Rose; Felix, Alison Marie Moulton; Kalamaja, Darby Ann; Lemaire, Noah Ryan; Lescarbeau, Isabel Marie; Neff, Stefanie Noel; Sarkis, Hunter James; Tatro, Madison Quin; Wojnicki, Molly Rose.

Honors: Burdick, Emily Ann; Daugherty, Zoe Diane; Daury, Megan Elizabeth; Guyette, Megan Kathleen; Morrison, Abigail Grace; Moulton, Jacqueline Maria; Peters, Hailey Marie; Singer, Hannah Marie; Sullivan, Julianne Catherine; Tower, Jayden Elizabeth.

Grade 10

High honors: Besaw, Caleb Matthew; Booth, Katie Rose; Boudreau, Michael Aaron; Cable, Raymond Charles; Chen, Kevin; Copeland, Kacie Corrine; Dobbert, Mackenzie Jane; King, Janine Boucher; Mazza, Meadow Constatiane; Mazzacco, Olivia Rachel; Moresi, Skylar Georgina; Sroka, Sarah Margaret; Weber, Rachael Talia; Zhuo, Youjun NMN.

Honors: Barnes, Emma Flora; Barry, Aileen Saoirse; Cellana, Caroline Rebecca; Clay, Kylie California; Goodell, Ryan Patrick; Haley, Nathan Francis; Kalamaja, Phoebe Elizabeth; Levesque, Kyleigh Jaiden; McDonald, Braxton Alexander-Reed; Mendez, Hope Alexis; Patenaude, Emily Claire; Richard, Jeremy Austin; Richard, Tiffany Ann; Scrivens, Brittney Marie; Shea, Kyara; Sullivan-Bol, Jackson David; Superneau, Megan Lee.

Grade Nine

High honors: Baran, Trinity Nahela Caroline; Brothers, Madilynn Jane; Christian, Faith Alexis; Collins, Braden Joseph; Davignon, Zachary Jason; Macdonald, Alexa Marie; Mazza, Heaven Marie; McGrath, Kayla Marie; Miles, Elli Anna; Nesbit, Madeline Marie; Peterson, Thomas Daryll; Ramsden, Elisabetta; Ramsden, Zoe; Therrien, Hayden Emilee; Tucker, Elliette Josephine.


Honors: Albright, Julia Margaret; Brazeau, Timothy Nmn; Cooper-Cheesbro, Jack Thomas; Dewey, Alexis Rose;
Dix, Steven Mykal; Harnick, Danielle Phelan; Kogut, Samantha Sheldon; Merchant, Umaiza Amyn; Miller, Chandra-Elise; Moorhead, Christopher Adam; Ranzoni, Samantha Rose; Sprague, Hadley Elizabeth; Sullivan-Bol, Jenna Marie; Tatro, Takia Lynn; Wright, Lillianne Charlotte.

Grade Eight

High honors: Barrows, Rachael Rose; Blondin, Brandi Irene; Caproni, Ella Elizabeth; Cavagnaro, Jacqueline Alexa; Gardzina, Ashley Marie; Gregory, Maria Jocelyn; Jantas, Ania Katarzyna; Joy, Rylee Elizabeth; Lescarbeau, Nicholas John; Moon, Madison Ann; Notchick, Jade Elizabeth; Perin, Gabriel Alexander; Pontier, Carly Elizabeth; Roberts, Haley Marie.

Honors: Ames, Ian Thomas; Bergeron, Emma Grace; Boyd, Elizabeth-Sky Marie; Cowell, Alexis Nicole; Crockwell, Logan William; Gardner, Kianna Alexandra; Glidden, Logan Orie; Hartman, Shaylee Ann; Lee, Justine Nicole; Liuzzi, Rudi Nicole; Pucheta, Selena Marie; Sacco, Nicholas Patrick; Trottier, Kelsey Marie.

Grade Seven

High honors: Bishop, Brooke Yvonne; Bordeau, Danni Mary; Brothers, Marley Elizabeth; DelRatez, Abigail Lynn; Duteau, Dominic James; Gallagher, Layla Marie; George, Emily Anne; Gilman, Nicholas Trevor; Harrington, Amy Lynn Hildabrand, Gisella Autumn; Hurlbut-Morgan, Emma Jo; Kingsley, Hailey Patricia; Liang, Jackson NMN; Mazza, Walter Russell; Merrick, Abigail Rose; Miksic, Ferris Alastair; Mongeon, Kaitlyn Emily; Moresi, Melanie Sage; Norcross, Rileigh Jo; Patenaude, Olivia Marie; Reed, Brayden Michael; Stoppiello, Jada Michele; Taft, Nadia Abigail; Vallieres, Rebecca Barbara.

Honors: Chelstowski, Randy Benjamin; Dukes, Mearra Renee; Kozik, Kaelyn Deanna; LaRose, Zachary Michael; Lesage, Logan Ford; Lescarbeau-Mason, Jaydon Brian; Moorhead, Darian Michael; Myers, Matthew Robert Francis; Packard, Connor Jonathan; Perras, Jaden Paul; Polis, James Dean; Shafer, Zoey Elizabeth; Tassone, Troy Michael; Weber, Ozzie Hunter; Williamson, Isiah Marquis; Wood, Michelle Lynne.

 


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