January 23, 2022 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

Heritage Junior High Honor Roll


Thanks to Appl Sanitary for sponsoring our honor rolls!


Heritage Junior High has released the list of honor roll students for the first quarter. A student must have a 3.67-grade point or above for high honors, and 3.0-grade point or above for honors.

High Honors
8th Grade— Klayton Junglas, Bailee Lubben, Hunter Montgomery, Brennan Struck, Gracyn Tate, Loran Tate, Mykayla Thomas, Olivia Wallace, Addison Weisman, Kashton White
Honors
8th Grade— Robert Holloman, Kamble Pearman, Kamryn Soard, Alexandria Tatman, Madisyn Wilson, Wyatt Young
High Honors
7th Grade— Eli Denmark-Collins, Chaylea Fisher, Anthony Happ, Isabelle Lawrence, Lukas Miller, Vivian Pondenis
Honors 
 7th Grade— Patrick Chapman, Tyler Ingerson, Faith Latham, Brenley Sands, Leigha Tatar, Rylan White
High Honors
6th Grade— Nathan Bensyl, Erika Bonilla, Addison Hopper, Breanna Ploense, Clayton Thomas
Honors
6th Grade— Lillie Bishop, James Dillon, Ryan James, Lillian Perkins, Clark Roland, Jayden Schrock, Coltyn Thompson, Caesyn Wasson, Kaden White 

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