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• Students at St. Anthony Catholic School recently contributed 252 pounds of food to the St. Vincent de Paul food pantry and donated $250 to support the Thanksgiving meal served at St. Anthony Parish Center.

Pasco High teacher Abigail Kennedy has been named the Florida Council of Teachers' English Teacher of the Year.

Cynthia McCarthy was named Teacher of the Year at Pasco High School. Sharon Dingman was named School Related Personnel of the Year.

• Pasco High students Matt Cicanese, Trevor Lane, Luke Richter and Jacob Ritter recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout.

• Pine View Middle Student Council officers: president, Kyle Odea; vice president Aaron O'Brien; secretary Lizzie Walker; treasurer, Samantha Stohaker.

Troy Moore has been named Teacher of the Year at Moore Mickens Education Center. Gloria Arriaga was named School Related Personnel of the Year.

• San Antonio Elementary Student Council officers for 2008-2009: president, Taylor Adams; vice president, Jaylin Gant; secretary, Sunny Floberg; sergeant at arms, Holly Fadling.

• Winners of the sixth-grade Storytelling Competition at Centennial Middle School: first place, Elijah Rodriguez; and second place, Ryan Salyer. Both will compete in the upcoming District Storytelling competition.

Students of the Month

• Pine View Middle: Breanna Whitten.

San Antonio Elementary: Silvia Barry, Victoria Camara, Brent Charlick, Jordan Christian, Allyson Cloversettle, Isabella Cucinelli, Nicholas Dubaj, Danniel Ennis, Luby Fields, Trista Fox, Hannah Galbraith, Alex Gonzales, Dyllan Guadarrama, Spencer Harrelson, Taylor Hays-Lankford, Mackenzie Henshaw, Mason Hutsell, Avery Jennings, Brooke Joslin, Aiden Kinney, Kelsey Legg, Ariel McRoberts, Mackenzie Meyers, Connor Mirrop, Noah Murphy, Giselle Navarro, Matthew Pennington, Zachary Rascoe, Dylan Rose, Darryl Scott, Levi Smith and Aaron Stitt.

• Sand Pine Elementary School: Kurt Smith, Spencer Lozano, Carson Ragsdale, Rachel Fisher, Alexis Hayes, Anthony McFarland and Mya Simard.

• Pasco Middle Pasco Middle: Georgeianna Guido, Connor Brock, Charity Cangro, Eloisa Chavez, Constantino Camara, Stevie Mirrop, John Flattley, Dule Garcia, Joseph Tapia, Selina Howsmon, Wayne Phillips, Sergio Espinoza and Bowman Archibald. Representing Pasco Middle as the Dade City Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month: Bowman Archibald.

• Moore Mickens Education Center: Lacey Bevington, Christina Jasso, Lori Maddon, Ibis Zamora and John Algood. Lacey Bevington was chosen as the Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month.

East Pasco school news 12/17/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, December 17, 2008 2:47pm]
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