Whidbey Island student make dean’s lists

  • Tuesday, August 29, 2017 2:23pm
  • Life

Many Whidbey Island students were named to the University of Washington dean’s list for spring quarter 2017.

Those students are Coupeville residents LONDON JAMES COOK, SKYLER OWEN MARTYN and LOREN MAINS NELSON; and Oak Harbor residents JEMINI ABIDES, JERMIN-JOHN MACAUBA ABIDES, REIANE MELAD ABUDA, GESLYNE MABEL LIM BARRETA, AMELIA GRACE BERNER, CAROLE LYN DIAZ, JULIAN LAKE FARALAN, JACKELYN TOLENTINO GARCIA, GABRIEL LEE GROENIG, JANAYE SABRINA HOLBERTON, CAYTIE SUE MATTHEWS, RESEGO CHELSEA MOOKI, MEGAN KATHERINE OAKES, KELSEY FAREN PAPE, CHASE ARTHUR POWELL, KATHRYN ROSE PRUETT, STACEY ANN SCHMELTZ, GREGORY RYAN SENK, KEVIN MYLES SILVEIRA, ANDREW DOUGLAS SNAVELY, AUSTEN JAMES SZYPULA, GAVIN SHOICHIROU TICHI, VINCENT VIC ANOR VALDEZ, SAVANNAH REED WILSON and NOAH ALEXANDER ZUNIGA.

JESSICA SHAFFER of Coupeville was also named to the Indiana State University dean’s list for the summer semester of 2017. To be eligible for the list, students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

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