Clarksburg Announces Second Trimester Honor Roll

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CLARKSBURG, Mass. — Clarksburg Elementary School has announced its honor roll for the second trimester of the 2019-20 school year.

Grade Six

High Honors: HollyAnn Field, Virginia Field, Hayley Foucher, Danielle McDermott, Kyle Rougeau, Olivia Zoito.

Honors: Abigail Anderson, Joy Bristol, Kolton Buck, Aiden Champney, Ella Gaffey, Eli Gagne, Max Griffin, Ehryn Hall, Leyla Kincaid, Ava Kratz, Jaxin Lemaire, Paige Perry.

Honorable Mention: Ian Brule, Marlee Cooke, Mya Demers, Marley O'Neil, Jacob Smith.

Grade Seven

High Honors: Alex Boyer, Nick O'Dell.

Honors: Grace Boland, Ally Bowman, Ava Cariddi, Caleb Denette, Ethan Denette, Faith Domenichini, ​Zachary Gelinas, Sydney Goodell, Brayleigh Stanley, Jordin Sullivan.

Honorable Mention: Jayden Page, Ben Pierce.

Grade Eight

High Honors: Mackenzie Klein, Chandler Worthington.

Honors: Emma Arnold, Grace Brule, Aidan Crofts, Jonathan Nondo.

Honorable Mention: Kendall Martin.

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