Creekside Middle School has announced the honor roll for the first semester of the school year for its sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders.
Sixth-graders with a 4.0 grade-point average are: Baily Boschi, Martin Cabrera, Ciera De Vera, Sergio Diaz, Alexis Duran, Itzuri Fernandez, Kelly Gonzales, Victoria Gutierrez Lopez, Braylon Henry, George Miranda, Aaron Morris, Francisco Ramirez, Carlos Ruvalcaba, Jordynn Scheuller, Carina Sotelo Lainez, Wendy Tovar, Brenda Vargas and Melina Villasenor.
Students in sixth grade who had a 3.6 to 3.9 GPA are: Mireya Diaz, Lariza Castellanos, Alyssa Garcia, Alejandro Hidalgo, Lewis Austin, William McIntosh, Spencer Sonnefeld, Melissa Adame, Maria Cortez, Amanda Cote, Camille Pacis, Jorge Xaxocoteco, Wendy Zuleta, Ariyanna Cashen, Joe Crisantos, Jazmine Gonzalez, Ricardo Hernandez, Noemi Hernandez Delatorre, Paul Maese, Amanda Pimentel, Hunter Powers, Sabra Ricks-Vasquez, Ruben Rosas and Christian Trujillo Corral.
Those sixth graders who earned a 3.5 to 3.6 GPA are: Vyannei Alcaraz, Olivia Ensing, Isis Lemus, Angelica Leon, Miguel Meza, Brenden Nielsen, Elizabeth Nunez, Daniel Rangel and Chayce Wilkes.
Seventh-graders who earned a 4.0 GPA are: Emily Bingham, Kennedy Cassidy, Samuel Deleon, Mahalla Fagan, Leonard Gonzales, Brooke Hejnal, Zachary Jepson, Kiara Job, Neakolas Knezevich, Andrew Malagon, Jagjiwan Phul, Alexander Robertson, Edgar Rodriguez, Jasmine Romero Vargas, Jake Thompson, Lisa Vossekuil and Kylii Watkins.
Seventh-graders who earned a 3.6 to 3.9 GPA are: Emiliano Gonzalez, Michaela Homen, Alexandra Pacis, Marissa Pontius, Rebecca Ross, Hailee Schilp, Sadie Schut, Sara Smith, Mele Mary Tupouata, Zakkary van der Werf, Dalton Bellini, Ashley Cosio, Matthew Csicsery, Cynthia Cueva, Dayna Hansen, Dylan Hervey, Lorena Jasso, Rosa Lopez, Samara Navarrete, Kendal Norfleet, Chesney Oleson and Cari Wooodward.
Seventh-graders who earned a 3.5 to 3.6 GPA are: Monica Hernandez, Jovanah Arrington, Alejandra Carrasco, Estevan Ceja, Emma Dallimore, Daniella Garcia, Brooke Garro, Sabrina Gonzalez Espinoza, Bradley Gregory, Daniel Linares, Devon Ludwig, Joshua Martin, Stephanie Mercado, Adriana Randisi, Kierstan Rhodes, Makayla Robinson and David Andrew Rojo.
Eighth-graders who earned a 4.0 GPA are: Kaitlyn Armbruster, Berenice Ayala, Jennifer Camberos, Alex Collazo Zavalzo, Miriam Dela Riva, Michael D’Onofrio, Karen Garcia, Raquel Gomez, Sam Lee, Sandy Luo, Blake Mahan, Carl Jacob Martin, Megan McWilliams, Adam Melo, Tanapong Shugan, Kelsey Sonnefeld and Lizvette Villafana
Eighth-graders with a 3.6 to 3.9 GPA are: Carlos Argueta, Shalini Bakshi, John Brouse, Skylar Job, Jose Rodriguez, Joseph Howard, Emmanuel Perez, Benjamin Vega Valdez, Benjamin Arroyo, Victoria Bellini, Lauren Cabonce, Steve Chacon, Mariela Cruz, Alaura Filbin, Janette Garibay Ruiz, Christopher Gordon, Gloria Guerrero, Tauvelli Iongi Jr., Zorelle Mattingly, Emily McClure, Yazmin Moreno, Nora Obeid, Nelson Ong, Teresa Pinto, Jennifer Sanchez Garcia, Uriah Smith, Leticia Francis and Cristina Tinoco.
Eighth-graders with a 3.5 to 3.6 GPA are: Jose Campos Rodrigues, Shugey Cardenas, Jaliyah Anderson, Ximena Garcia, Edward Hidalgo, Gabriel Ochoa, Victoria Paden, Octavio Perez, Joseph Ruelas and Edwin Valverde Ruiz.
Danforth, Phillips bring home awards
Patterson residents Giovanni Danforth and Michael Phillips, who attend Central Catholic High School in Modesto, brought home 10 medals from the Stanislaus County Academic Decathlon.
Giovanni and Michael, both seniors and on Central’s scholastic team, competed with students from 15 high schools at Johansen High School in Modesto on Feb. 6 and 7. Students competed in variety of subjects, as well as in speech and essay events.
Giovanni, son of Bill and Manuela Danforth, was the team captain for Central Catholic and earned seven medals. He won first place in economics, third place in the Super Quiz, fourth place in the subjects of math, essay, social sciences and language art and literature and fifth place in art.
Michael, son of Neil and Stacy Phillips, earned three medals — fourth place in economics and fifth place in social sciences and in Super Quiz.
Central Catholic won the small school championship award and placed third overall out of 15 high schools in the county.