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East Pasco students of the month

• Cox Elementary: Ismael Gallegos, Cameron Paschall, Andrew Felder, Rafael Hernandez, Gabriela Gonzalez, Joel Vazquez, Alondra Barrera, Maxine Steele, Jakaila Jenkins, Jose Pedro-Lopez, Antonio Sanchez, Selena Vega, Jasmin Zepeda-Mendoza, Jennifer Estrada, Yacquelin Huapilla, Zaid Avalos, Shawntavia Tucker, Paola Aboytes, Marisa Zaragoza, Kayla Strong, Cleashea Williams, Marisol Vazquez, George Burns, Osvaldo Limas, Percy Shields, Mark Jernigan, Cynthia Muniz, Alexa Patino, Roberto Gonzalez and Luis Vazquez. Citizen of the Month: Cynthia Muniz.

Pasco Middle: Daniel Nunez-Hernandez, David Guadarrama, Chelsea Lindley, Jazmine Doctor, Cheyenne Harris, Luis Montoya, Josie Tomkow, Araceli Ortega, George Moreno, Alexandria Woodcock, Simonae Witherspoon, Emily Schliesmann and Jovante' Mincy. Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month is Alexandria Woodcock.

• Pine View Middle: Ashley Rodriguez.

Rushe Middle: Kianny Calvo, Emily Cohen, Carly Hill, Eric Lee, Chris Meyer, Dung Nguyen, John Stefanic, Nonna Stutzman, Tien Tran and Joshua Wilford.

• Wesley Chapel High: Brandon Mumaw. Citizen of the Month: Lorena Espinosa. Turn Around Student of the Month: Kevin Lachance.

West Zephyrhills Elementary: Ian Ferguson, Sarah VanBuren, Kaylee Drawdy and Katelynn West. Kiwanis Super Kids of the Month: Devin Watts, Martin Garcia, Thomas Boggs, Matthew Meese, Nathan Kline, Eric Freeman, Madison Stiles, Cynthia Wilkes, Kiaria Jackson and Reyna Fernandez. Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month: Mark Boettcher.

• Zephyrhills High: Wesley Novak. Citizen of the Month: Stacy Trovillion.

East Pasco students of the month 04/28/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, April 28, 2009 3:30pm]
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