HOPE – Seventh and eighth grade students at Yerger Middle School were recently recognized with end of year academic and attendance awards, according to Principal Josclyn Wiley.
Three students were recognized for perfect attendance throughout the school year, including Keyonati Haynes, seventh grade; and, Caden Brown, and Dayana Cardona, eighth grade.
Two eighth grade students honored for attaining all “A’s” for the year were Ke’ara Key, and Jazmin Martinez.
Students named to the A/B honor roll included eighth graders Detrick Cheatham, Eduardo Dominguez, Felicity Griffith, Marleigh Hanson, K’aijah Harris, Breanna Lowe, Michelle Mayo-cortez, Zykeis Ragion, Asia Stockdale, Tyrese Weston, and Na’tyja White.
Seventh grade A/B honor roll students included Odalis Aldaba, Iris Alvarado, Shakira Arnett, Julian Chapa II, Takya Coleman, Darcy Cox, Montavius Eason, Jordan Faulkner, Alana Flenory, Chandler Flenory, Rebekah Fulton, Brandon Gallegos, Isaiah Jones, Melanie Lara, Rocio De La Luz Martinez, Jimmy Paredes, Alan Ronquillo, Corwin Turner, Krystal Vasquez, and Ta’lay’shia White.
Strive for Five attendance initiative qualifiers for the Spring semester included eighth graders Terence Allen Jr., Eric Barton, Marcus Bell Jr., Timothy Bower, Anntaevia Briggs, Caden Brown, Micaela Bruno, Dayana Cardona, Lisbeth Carrillo, Brandon Chavez, Lanin Cole, Savana Collins, Zoltin Dellosso, Jamia Dixon, Adrian Dominguez, Oshionna Flowers, Cesar Garcia, Marlon Graves Jr., Alana Hall, Tony Hall, Marleigh Hanson, Kazhya Henry, Anthony Hernandez, Carlos Ibarra, and Leekevious Ingram.
Also, Kenderrius Ivory, Joshua Johnson, Kristin Johnson, Antonio Juanes III, Ke’ara Key, Corey Lewis, Verneice Leyva, Donovan Manning, Joshua Martienz-Rivera, Brittney Martinez, Jazmin Martinez, Michelle Mayo-Cortez, Mariuna McClenton, La’vario Morris, Samuel Munoz, Oscar Nava Jr., Duwon Nsonso, Ismael Ortiz, Davionna Perkins, Khalil Phillips, Marisol Reyes, Travion Rhodes, Noemi Salazar, Jahirah Sampson, Jalia Sampson, Uriel Sanchez, Cesar Santos, Asia Stockdale, and, Pamela Thirdgill.
Other eighth graders were Trenton Tipton, Mollie Walters, Autumn Ward, Tyra Wesley, Na’tyja White, Karl Williams Jr., and, Alexa Williams.
Seventh grade Strive for Five qualifiers for the Spring semester included Odalis Aldaba, Iris Alvarado, Jamesha Armstrong, Shakira Arnett, Johan Barrios, Kearon Brown, Gregory Burton Jr., Esperansa Cabriales, Tamea Carroll, Julian Chapa II, Santiago Chavez, Kai’Asha Cheatham, Takya Coleman, Darcy Cox, Ammorrion Dempsey, Davian Durden, Montavius Eason, and Jordan Faulkner.
Also, Alana Flenory, chandler Flenory, Rebekah Fulton, Brandon Gallegos, Karla Garcia, Ahyanna Gulley, Keyonati Haynes, Erik Haynie Jr., Obel Hernandez, Osiel Hernandez, Diane Jones, Isaiah Jones, Julian Lara, Brenda Lopez, Ka’jamieon Love, Rocio De La Luz Martinez, Ilan Mejia, Alexia Muldrew, Nadya Munoz, D’angelo Palmer, Jimmy Paredes, Ray Phillips Jr., Briana Puente, Roberto Rangel Jr., Sebastian Reyna, Maliyah Richardson, Leslie Rodriguez, Alan Roquillo, Paige Shroads, Joshua Smith, Enrique Solis, Javarious Solomon, Keiunna Torrence, and Aniya Trotter.
Other seventh graders included John Tucker, Corwin Turner, Krystal Vasquez, Emmanuel Vega, Brenda Ventura, Hale’ Ward, Omarion Watson, Dillon White, Ta’lay’shia White, and Tyler Young.
Strive for Five qualifiers were absent no more than five times during the semester.