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WILBURTON, OK (May 24, 2019) – Eastern Oklahoma State College has announced honor rolls for the spring 2019 semester.

 

There were 101 students named to the President’s Honor Roll, which requires a 4.0 grade point average in 12 or more credit hours during the semester. There were 219 students named to the Dean’s Honor Roll, after completing 12 semester credit hours with at least a 3.0 grade point average and no grade lower than a “C.”

 

Named to the spring 2019 semester lists were:

 

PRESIDENT’S HONOR ROLL

OKLAHOMA

 

Atoka County

Atoka – Takota Frank, Tyler Frank, Ryan Walker
Lane – Shade Sheffield

 

Cleveland County

Moore – Alexis Fessler

Noble – Dale Shackleford

Comanche County
Lawton – Alpha Diallo, Ashley Pletcher

 

Haskell County
Kinta – James Percifield, Ashley Thomas

 

Latimer County
Red Oak – Tracy Martin, Katharine Muncey, Alicia Piper
Talihina – Morgan Wilcox
Wilburton – Sriharshasri Bastola, Devon Cox, Jennifer Dickinson, Skyler Hammons, Elisabeth Higdon, Ellen Jeffrey, Christine Johnson-Watson, Angela McAlister, Jennifer Montana, Mary Elizabeth Rosenow, Charles Sorrell, Brianna Stockton, Marcus Tubbs, Lawrence Wood

 

LeFlore County
Cameron – John Boggs
Shady Point – Nicole Ryan
Talihina – Lauren Baugh, MacKenzie Green

 

Mayes County
Locust Grove – Rhett Pursley

 

McCurtain County
Broken Bow – Carlea Burris, Shannon Deihl, Tiffany Rutherford
Idabel – Brooklyn Allen, Breanna Bryant, Sandra Chavez, Raylee Jennings, Ashlin Kennedy
Valliant – James Cash

 

Oklahoma County
Bethany – Kendrie Escoe
Edmond – Devin Crawford

 

Pittsburg County
Alderson – Kala Huggins
Crowder – Kaitlyn Motley
Haileyville – Katelyn Blocks, Regina Byrd
Hartshorne – Bianca Medina
Krebs – Kendra Forehand, Bryson Hale
McAlester – Caleb Brannon, Shalia Brown, Monte Busby, Tucker Capps, Joshua Countz, Vhitney Garner, Keaton Hackler, Caleb Herring, Cierra Knight, Emerald Lynn, Lillith Martin, John Moffitt, Lindsey Old, Grace Palaroan, Joshua Palaroan, Ethan Prince, Robert Starry, Marvin Luis Tabada, Jennifer Tighe, Megan Vieux, Taylor Weeks, Brooke Wilkins, Adarian Wilson, Erica Wilson
Quinton – Elijah Fitzer
Savanna – Alyssa Osborn, James Underwood

 

Pontotoc County
Ada –Tanner Jarrett

 

Pushmataha County
Clayton – Amanda White
Nashoba – Jayden Freeman
Rattan – Hannah Brown, Marin McClellan

 

ARKANSAS

Ashdown – Alex Day
Fort Smith – Jeremy Chapman, Sydney Green
Farmington – Jessika Calhoon
Lonoke – Haven Hunter

 

FLORIDA

Fort Lauderdale – Jaleah Taylor
North Lauderdale – Shaian James
Chiefland – Jonathan Ward

 

PENNSYLVANIA

Telford – Daniel Krolikowski

 

TEXAS

Angleton – Kally Henson
Arlington – Rosemary Cortez
Justin – Roma Walters
Marion – Codi Lamb
Pflugerville – Triphornia Mubaiwa

 

UTAH

Eagle Mountain – Christian Fresquez

 

INTERNATIONAL

Gijon, Spain – Daniel Huerta Gonzalez
Kingston, Jamaica – Tayze Ellington
Santa Cruz do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil – Leonardo Schulz

David Deaton

Digital Editor at Oklahoma Welcome

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