Local Chukars named to honors list

Local Chukars named to honors list

Local Chukars named to honors list

The Enterprise

ONTARIO – Treasure Valley Community College has released students obtaining honors status for the recently completed spring quarter.

Those making the listing for Honor Roll (3.50-3.74 grade point) are Nathan August Ward of Harper and Meagan Nicole Fillmore of Jordan Valley. Representing Nyssa are Breanna Lynn Cruz, Alondra Garcia Gonzalez, Auston David Johnson, Abigail Marie Ramos. Students from Ontario are Kaitlin Justine Abney, Dakota James Allaire, Danielle Raye Alvarado, Brooke Madisyn Bezona, Kerith Gene Crabb, Mary Crystal Duran, Josue M Nicolas, Diana Raquel Ramirez, Guillermo Trujillo. They were joined by Vale students Seth Thomas Cleaver, Derek Michel Hyde and MaKaylee Rose Reed.

Moving onto the Dean’s List (3.75-3.99 grade point) was Jett Vernon Warn of Jordan Valley and Andrew Cardenas Clark, Nathan Robert Cooper, Ney Alves De Oliveira Neto, Julie Hartley, Mallory Jensen, Wyatt Austin Jensen, Jackie Jo Stoneman, all of Nyssa.

Ontario was represented by Shannon Rae Alford, Denise L Baker, Denis Benitez, Marilu Benitez, Dion Annette Espinoza Perez, Connor Matthew Finnerty, Osbaldo Gonzalez, Marshall Anthony Hiatt, Bradley Ian Jekich, Nicholas Robert Kathriner, Guadalupe Nunez Jr, Marisa Venegas Saldivar, Brittany Nichole Shurtleff, Quinn Mikeal Susuki, Tyler WIlliam Thomas, Joseph Howard Wright and Vale added Joshua James Gamble and Angie Christine Micheli.

Those achieving a perfect 4.0 grade point and named to the President’s List were Peter Alexander Castillo, Dennet Flores, Sailor Lee Hartley, Savanna Ruth Kesler, Garrett Louis Stoneman, Amanda Dawn Whipple, all of Nyssa. Those hailing from Vale are Kaley Eva Cope and Brockton Chase Mattos.

Ontario students included Kalsey Rae Gaus, Benjamin Collins Hart, Adam James Hawker, Jianlong Huang, Trenton Daniel Kiesel, Levi Jullian Lewis, Elizabeth Rebecca Rodriguez, Abigail Mae Sigurdson, Abbey Michelle Wood.

Adrian added Katie Ann Walker.

 

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