Carson Middle School students inducted into honor society
Carson Middle School recently received its charter for National Junior Honor Society. The students inducted on April 26 were:
Seventh grade: Kayla Aikins, Ian Apalategui, Sara Baltisberger, Jessica Basa, Jordan Batchelor, Gardenia Bracamontes, Amanda Breen, Samantha Byassee, Destanee Cachucha, Melissa Castillo, Sarah Christl, Zachary Combs, Alexandria Cotsonis, Sarai Garcia, Diana Gurrola, Payton Henderson, Charles Hersey, Shania Hicks, Bethany Kniffen, Gabi Kortemeier, Taylor Krupp, Jordan Lamoreaux, Connor Leahy, Caden Lehman, Michael Leiken, Christina Lepe, Alexis Lequerica, Samantha Lowe, Arlette Mariscal, Jessica Marsh, Melanie McGruder, Reagan Mclaughlin, Jonathan Miller, Brett Paulson, Shelley Plemel, Nathanial Poole, Robbin Porter, Brenda Saldana, Emily Schmid, Kylie Schmid, Alyssa Sisson, Ashra Taslima, Nadia Tung, Lynzee Weatherman, Challen Wright.
Eighth grade: Haley Abeyta, Cheena Amaranto, Raghavi Anand, Callen Aten, Morgan Barton, Katherine Breeding, Josh Breen, Rebecka Breuer, Samuel Bruketta, Heather Canfield, Eleni Chryssos, Andy Cooper, Breanna Deusenberry, Alexandra Dodge, Genoa Donaldson, Emily Eiswert, Elizabeth Everest, Heather Evans, Elizabeth Flansberg, Angel Gomez, Marilyn Gomez, Zoey Gray, Aramis Hahne, Kayla Hall, Amy Harrison, Paige Hemsley, Nicholas Lani, Hailey Lepire, Elsa Maples, Rebecca Matley, Jack Miller, Bianca Rodriguez, Jacob Rodriguez, Carly Schmidlin, Kyle Sharp, Erich Slabaugh, Tatyana Spence, Justin Spraycar, Greta Sturm, Nicole Vairo, Daniel Yosafat, Tony Xie.
Honorary membership: Faithann Hodorowicz
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