Peninsula students make dean’s list in University of Washington semester

SEATTLE — Several Olympic Peninsula natives have been named to the University of Washington’s autumn 2019 dean’s list.

To qualify, a student must have completed a minimum of 12 graded credits and have a grade-point average of at least 3.5.

The students were:

• Forks: Enid Ensastegui Salazar.

• Neah Bay: John L. Reamer and Cole I. Svec.

• Port Angeles: Henry W. Breece, Kennedy Cameron, Shawn Flanigan, Wei-Yan Fu, Hailey E. Hollingsworth, Sydney Jo Roberts, Li L. Tan, Emily Ashland Traughber and Linus H Waddell.

• Port Hadlock: Jonathan David Rogers.

• Port Townsend: Elias Roberto Bothell, Stephen Tate Braden, Amelia G. Breithaupt, Pallas Burhen, Joseph Stephen Calodich, Clarice E. Forbes, Gladys Pearl Hitt, Tao Twain Johnston, Merewyn Lynn, Elise Anna McLane, Liam Cato McLane, Alejandro Montanez, Kassie M. Olin, Rebecca Rose Pacheco, Jordan Donald Russell, Gannon P. Short and Helena R. Stafford.

• Quilcene: Zachary Carmel Smith-Mifsud.

• Sequim: Alexander Louis Berikoff, Cheyenne Maryn Broadfoot, Jessica Lynn Craig, Wesley James Gilchrist, Raymond W. Lam, Sydnee Somanas Linnane, Boravatey Nop, Audrey Maureen Shingleton, Flora Ray Walchenbach and Sean Austin Weber.

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