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East Pasco students of the month

• Pasco Middle: Ashley Legg, Crystal Garcia, Jordan Adams, Eric Marinez, Ana Sanchez, Beronica Flores, Chelsey Wilson, Paris Armstrong, Maria Casillas, Austin Young, Mychal Denton, Krstal Ross, Jonathan Johnson. Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month: Paris Armstrong.

Pine View Middle: Sarah Wasson.

Rushe Middle: Wade Daniels, Jeremy Devlin, Sarah Disbury, Jesenia Gonzalez, Nathan Henzelka, Nathan Heck, Connor Kallenborn, John Kranendonk, Priscilla Luong, Sara Pickernell, Leeann Pierce, Ulysses Velez.

Weightman Middle: Thomas Lagrasse. Citizen of the Month: Alexandru Schleig.

• Wesley Chapel Elementary: Imajin Savatphoune, Kieram Spicer, Lindsey Carsen, Keila Perez, Leah Ellis, Aubrie Klein, Jarrod Smith, Alex Li, Jayde Walz, Olivia Chappie, Nicole Mena, William Bota, Kingston Lampley, Taylor Delligati, Benny Tomas.

• West Zephyrhills Elementary: Kiwanis Super Kids of the Month: Rebecca Bryant, Joelle Shanks, Tamiah Woodard, Deziree McDonald, Bradley Boydston, Colten Nelson, Elijah Thomas, Bobby Bloomfield, Madison Dieffenwierth.

East Pasco students of the month 03/10/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, March 17, 2009 9:50pm]
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