J.L. Newbern Middle School
Principal Artrice D. Haugabrook announces Honor Roll Students for the 4th Nine Weeks of the 2005-2006 School Year.
SUPERIOR HONOR ROLL
Jaslyn Fair, Courtney Harris, Mark David Mercado, Kendrah Wright.
Lateisha Flowers, Brandon Freeman, Siobhan Richardson, Jeremy Rowe.
A/B HONOR ROLL
Holly Breen, Latonya Brown, James.Burdette, Tycha Burgman, Ivan Davis, Jasmine Doe, Kadeidra Francois, Ebony Fountain, Sara Grant, TiAshjah Hollis, De’Antoine Horne, Leroy Little, Shalonda Lockhart, Akenna Moore, Melissa Moreno, Tisheika Ponder, Sedrika Pray, Kierra Punter, Shaquavia Roberts, Jameisha Robinson, Michael Settles, Kendall Sherman, Kwanesha Shuler, Clarence Strawder, Michael Wakefield, Tynesha Walker, Sarah Watson, Adrianna White, Kia Whitehurst, Shaquavia Woodward, Shaquelle Wright, Draco Williams.
Brittney Baker, Briana Brantley, Eugene Brown, Kimberly Brown, Natalie Brown, Shaquila Brown, Cecil Campbell, Devonte Carter, Aquavious Core, Devarus Fullwood, Jeremy Griffith, D’Neydra Johnson, Carlton Harrell, Jonathon Hilton, Joseph Mason, Rockell Mitchell, Kendra Patrick, Cesar Reyes, Ebony Robinson, Shainah Settles, Keva Stokes.
Garth Brantley,Alexander Dennard,Damon Evans,Tori Freeman, LaToya Glanton, Dhahrod Hall, John Hancock, Keara Howell, Latressa Jones, Marlana Jones, MaLysa Jones, James Jones Jr. , Samantha Mathis, Mykia McKinnon, Amoni Moore, Nataiya Nash, Nicole Rhodes, Jarvis Robinson, David Wade .
J.L. Newbern Middle School
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