Peninsula College names fall-quarter honor roll

Peninsula College last week released the names of Sequim-area students who made the president’s list and the honor roll for the 2010 fall quarter.
To qualify for the president’s list, a student must be enrolled for at least 12 quarter hours of credit in courses numbered 100 or above, receive no incompletes and earn a college grade-point average for the quarter of not less than 3.90.
Honor roll requirements are the same, except for a college grade-point average of not less than 3.60.
Sequim-area students named to the president’s list include: Annie Albright-James, Darcie K. Batchelor, Jacob E. Blume, Gabrhea A. Caudill, Nicholas A. Cordeiro, Linda D. Dolan, Alayna Finman, Halli V. Forsman, Taylor Garling, Jacob J. Gilles, Lana K. Gregory, Gerges G. Hana, Jr., Emma K. Jones, James Landreth, Lisa K. Law, Patricia L. Moore, B Diane Nelson, James R. Nichols, Serena M. Okamoto, Sebastian A. Ostrovsky, Vanesa N. Prince, Laurie Rivers, Shelli L. Robb-Kahler, Alex T. Robinson, Jodi L. Sampson, Josh L. Sayer, Stephanie L. Segle, Howard C. Shore, Daniel J. Smith, Jared M. Stewart, Lewis Ryan Werner and Kristin K. Wessel.
Sequim-area students named to the honor roll include: Melanie M. J. Arends, Joseph J. Bataeff, Christy M. Belbin, Ronald P. Bell, Harriette C. Brooke, William E. Campbell, Victoria C. Cantelow, Shirley J. Cosentino, Gregory F. Demetz, Xisa Dove, Diana C. Earl, Kathryn Grice, Andrew M. Guatney, Callie M. Higgs, Darci J. Hintz, Ryan Hueter, Sha M. Jacobson, Alyse N. Johnston, Sean D. Jones, Kelvin T. Li, Ryan J. McCarthey, Sarah A. Mcelhose, Thomas W. J. Miano, Ricarda A. Montague, Mike J. Otero, Karen K. Parker, Douglas Wesley Parks, Tonya N. Parlee, Joe T. Reynolds, Michael S. Robinson, Fariss M. Ryan, Kirsten A. Shold, Wendy A. Simmons, Holly A. Steele, Samuel Tack, Lisa D. Terkelson, Rachele E. Thrall, Ryan M. Tucker, Chelsea Twiss, Derek Tyler Walker, Dawn M. Warriner, James A. Waters and Ryan N. Woods.
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