Third grade: Bethany Aburn, Carl Burrous, Rachel Carden, Ally Carden, Conner Claypool, Malloreigh Clippard, Kadie Cornell, Jerrud Darland, Alana Edge, Gabriel Eurit, Levi Hill, Gavin Hook, Brent Johnson, Caleb Johnson, Alexis Knight, Kaleb Lewellen, Garrett McLeland, Drake McLochlin, Layton Mygrant, Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Bailey Scott, Brooklynn Smith, Bodie St. Clair, McKayla Thompson, Jennifer Titus, Abigail Wescott, Jarrett Wyatt, Hannah Young.
Third grade: Corbin Adams, Coleton Appleton, Gwendolyn Arvay, Emily Beck, Lydia Beck, Brody Brooks, Baylie Bryan, Ethan Cain, Lauren Carroll, Aaron Chadwell, Isaac Chambers, Kieran Claypool, Nolan Collins, Avery Craw, Hunter Cunningham, Hallie Diaz, Connor Duncan, Conrad Emmons, Trenton Gaillard, Cayl Garland, Michael Gehlhausen, Megan Goaziou-Eller, Jacey Grimm, Brooks Hensley, Laura Hernandez, Lathan Hester, Lauren Hileman, Austin Holt, Joseph Humphrey, Carl Jay, Jacob Jordan, Elizabeth Kiger, Dylan Loos, Katlyn Lucas, Baileigh Macias, Kennedy McClain, Sam McCoy, Xavier Nuss, Lexxie Ramirez, Sarah Rankert, Makayla Reed, Ethan Richey, Nolan Shafer, Samuel Shively, Chai Spencer, Emily Tigler, Rhiannon Troyer, Richard Tucker, Bailey Young.
Voters still have much to decide
Voter turnout is down significantly from four years ago when Indiana was in the middle of a Democratic presidential primary. There are some important offices still on the ballot, and voters have a civic duty to take part in the process.
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