Medina High School announces honor rolls

The fourth-quarter honor roll was announced.

JSSPN School News

Medina High School has released the names of those students listed on its "A" and "B" honor rolls for the fourth quarter of the 2020-21 school year. The students are:

‘A’ Honor Roll

Seniors: Ryan Eissinger, Gracie Gunderson, Molly Harr, Abby Helm, Daniel Juelfs, Calli Mack, Brittney Reister, Derek Reister, Logan Reister, David Schmidt, William VanEpps Jr.

Juniors: Emily Carlson, Azariah Foerderer, Morgan Grabinger, Elijah Leik, Ryleigh Martin, Hunter Mitchell, Abigail Reich, Brooke Reister, Mark Troxail

Sophomores: Alyssa Dockter, Shania Foerderer, Dylan Lachenmeier, Brydgette Mittleider, Joshua Moser, Krysta Olson, Keisha Salinas, Isabel Schmidt, Chel-C Stangland, Kelsey Vandeberghe


Freshmen: Alaina Bosche, Bryce Markegard

Grade 8: Kennedy Behm, Kameron Bodvig, Camden Cassula, Roper Foerderer, Madelyn Gefroh, Aiden Greer, Eric Leik, Cierra Mack, Jared Moser, Grace Reister, Samantha Reister, Savannah Reister, Abigail Ryun, Taya Schelske, Madilyn Schlecht, Elizabeth Sund

Grade 7: Paige Anderson, Kara Bosche, Seth Guthmiller, Kylee Hofmann, Lauren Markegard, Shayla Martin, Kylie Mees, Taryn Mittleider, Cyra Roemmich, Adam Ryun, Melissa Schlecht, Joshua VanEpps

‘B’ Honor Roll

Sophomores: William Juelfs, Tia McMillan

Freshmen: Cyenna Garrett, Gage Magstadt, Kayley Mittleider, Cale Redlin, Payton Wanzek, Rylen Wick

Grade 8: Aiden High, Madison Hofmann, Dakota Martinson

Grade 7: Layna Garrett, Chloe Reister, Carson Roemmich, Cherdan Slaughter, Taelyr Stangland, Slate Zucker

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