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Hernando school newsmakers for May 23

These students were recognized at the Hernando County School District's 16th annual Art Gallery Reception on May 7 and 8. Their art will hang in the School Board office for the next year.

Brooksville Elementary, art teacher Laurie Enstrom: Grade 2-Daniel Lynds, Kylee Hoffman; Grade 3-Evan Pearson; Grade 4-Caleb Cox; Grade 5-James LaRose, Jennifer Rodriguez.

Chocachatti Elementary, art teacher Gail Sullivan: Grade 3-Piper Drucker, Jewelyn Oliver; Grade 4-Jacy Jarman, Ashley Piccolo; Grade 5-Dana Faunce and Julianna D'Acunto.

Eastside Elementary, art teacher Stephanie Hembd: Kindergarten-Rebecca Valdez; Grade 1-Ashanti Waddy; Grade 2-Mia Lopez; Grade 3-Andy Zheng; Grade 4-Zoey Grant; Grade 5-Brooke Sanders.

Moton Elementary, art teacher Jodi Platt: Grade 1-Chase Hare; Grade 4-James Bice; Grade 5-Abby Croom and Izzy Blair.

Pine Grove Elementary, art teacher Kimberly Long: Kindergarten-Abigail Imerson; Grade 1-Lisa Glade; Grade 3-Raelee Surak; Grade 5-Adrianna Cueto, Marcus Opolski-Roe and Erica Sigueroa.

Spring Hill Elementary, art teacher Denise Ferranto. Kindergarten-Sophia Lam; Grade 5-Sarah Johns, Laney Selwitschka, Shane Sweeney and Steele Cheroki.

Suncoast Elementary, art teacher Roxanne DeAngelis: Grade 3-Haylee Ciraolo, Julianna Mequia, Callum Tracey and Kadence Derrickson; Grade 5-Cole Hallwas, Tiffany McKenzie, Rachael Balukonis and Mya Snow.

Westside Elementary, art teacher Jessica Diblasi: Grade 3-Elijah Gilio; Grade 5-Ricardo Rivera, Dominic Sims, Genessa Miller and Hayleigh Brownell.

Explorer K-8, art teachers Roxanne Campbell (middle school) and Sandra Hadsock (elementary): Grade 7-Robert Cornell and Alexa Fiore; Grade 8-Kristopher Truluck and Alyssa Ault; Grade 3-Morgan Mayo and Ja'Nae Donovan; Grade 4-Alison Baker and Gabriella Kellogg.

Challenger K-8, art teachers Kim Paff (elementary) and Anne Bristol (graphic arts): Grade 1-Nate Clark; Grade 4-Zara Crowder and Connor Pullen; Grade 5-Ava Passione; Grade 7-Jiovel Lantigua and Grace Meseke; Grade 8-Alana Walker and Ava Gomez.

J.D. Floyd K-8, art teacher Denise Riguad: Kindergarten-Ariel DeLaine; Grade 1-Olivia Berler; Grade 2-Madison and Victoria Shaw; Grade 3-Abigail Elphick; Grade 5-Emmalyn Calderon.

Winding Waters K-8, art teacher Stephanie Stuckey: Kindergarten-Vanessa Smith; Grade 2-Angie Sewell; Grade 3-Brooke Ballard; Grade 4-Alyssa Rivera and Alyssa Doyle; Grade 5-Hana Abdel Magid.

Parrott Middle, art teacher Gail Nelson: Grade 6-Hayley Shamblin and Tatiana Suarez; Grade 7-Jessica Marline; Grade 8-Caiden Jeppesen, Hunter Davis and Keishon Camese.

Powell Middle, art teacher Andy Fotopoulos: Grade 6-Vincent Spallino; Grade 7-Maria Garcia; Grade 8-Kaitlin Bastien, Jamarius Waddy, Kayla Rivera and Kayla Ivancsits.

West Hernando Middle, art teachers Debbie Kelly and Megan Woods: Grade 6-Neveah Ioannou, Madison Monsegur and Marissa Monsegur; Grade 7-Charles Parris and Isabella Wernert; Grade 8-Hannah Palm, Madison Moore, Carissa Shaffer, Aleesia Llamas, Brett Treider, Alexandra Santiago, Sarah Santiago and Grace McEnerney.

Central High, art teacher Libby Couch: Grade 10-Alex Vieira, Cayla Sirois, Lida Iravani and Carmen Mueller; Grade 11-Temperance Jones and Jazmine Doctor; Grade 12-Monica Massey-Rivera and Lourdes Delmoral.

Hernando High, art teacher Michael Nicholson: Grade 9-Lailie Heard, Shannon Buchy, Jesse Sims and Carolyn Shrader; Grade 10-Justin McGettigan and Jasmine Ward; Grade 12- Summer Solovitch and Christian Lisk.

Nature Coast Technical High, art teacher William Rawson: Grade 9-Hailee Ferris; Grade 10-Hailey Daniel and Naomi Goddard; Grade 12-Ryan Achatz, Elizabeth McKinney and Tim Hernandez.

Springstead High, art teacher Nick Stenstrom: Grade 10-Nikolas Dalebout; Grade 11-Alex Joll, Mikaela Brotschul, Shelby Ludwig and Asya Scrivens; Grade 12-Kylee Barnes.

Weeki Wachee High, art teacher Michelle Roseland: Grade 10-Jessica Paulin; Grade 11-Addison Fields and Emily Martin; Grade 12-Savannah Alford, Karianna Mandaglio and Desiree Delgado.

Hernando school newsmakers for May 23 05/22/14 [Last modified: Thursday, May 22, 2014 11:40am]
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