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Newsmakers: Pasco students are standouts

• The Wesley Chapel High School TV production department attended the Jim Harbin Student Media Festival state awards ceremony in early October in Orlando. In the comedy genre, the entry "Group Therapy" won second place, and the school news show, Channel 7 News, won third place. These award-winning videos can be viewed on Wesley Chapel High's Web site, wch.pasco.k12.fl.us. "Group Therapy" production team members were Ian Stewart, Vince Evangelista, Sexton Cole, Hunter McIntosh, Kris Collera, Melissa Reichert, Kelsi Lazzara, Melissa Jaramillo, Angela Atteberry, Kyle Rutkowski, Lindsay Hail, Stuart Trimble, Paul DeCosta, Daniel Rivera, Chanel Letourneau, Talon Leverington, Kevin Mangal, Melinda Kolin, Derek Piccinini, Shelby Rudy, Matt Gabrielski, Patrick Ensley, Blake Braddock, Josh Lane, Emily Thompson, Jairo Nunez and Brian Martinez. Channel 7 News crew members were Angela Atteberry, Kyle Rutkowski, Lindsay Hail, Stuart Trimble, Paul DeCosta, Daniel Rivera, Chanel Letourneau, Talon Leverington, Emily Thompson, Ian Stewart, Vince Evangelista, Patrick Ensley, Melissa Reichert, Melissa Jaramillo, Kevin Mangal, Melinda Kolin and Derek Piccinini.

Seven Springs Middle Students of the Month: Amar Alyan, Tommy Brose, Austin Cook, Kaity Crudup, Matthew Dawson, Kieleigh Hamor, Brian Jackson, Gloria Lopez, Mia McGrath, Avalon Moorehead, Nicholas Orribile, Kamrin Schuett, Molly Sterk, Allan Thieme, Amie Truong and Jadyn Wright.

Shady Hills Elementary Suite Hearts of the Month:Kaydee Stamper, Cody Granzow, Sean Jones, Nicole Clifton, Dylan Connell, Michael Ordetx, Ty Weigle, Savannah Judnich and Kharl Furguson. Ty Weigle was named schoolwide Student of the Month.

• Luke Cheever was named Student of the Month at Pine View Middle School. National Honor Society officers are president Eden Shiromohammad, vice president Mathew Menendez, secretary Tyler Stahl and historian Sarah Wasson.

Locke Elementary Students of the Month: Isabella Tuttle, Crystal VanHorn, Ariana Langdon, Caitlyn McCauley, Peter Lischalk, Alyssa Plump, Chloe Milo, Maggee Pinto, Mackenzie Billegas, Kayla Duy, Davide Robeson, Christian Urueta, Isabella Newton, Kayla Cooper, Elizabeth Metzler, Kaitlyn Leyva, Coral Bowen, Anthony Colaprete, Karl Boyd, Zoe Hickcox, Genaro Juarez, Jude Butera, Christopher Oyola, Diana Hernandez, Sandra Hernandez, Caila Mcdowell, Erika Benitez, Christian Frank, Hannah Melley and Jaylen Lashley.

Newsmakers: Pasco students are standouts 11/03/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 3, 2009 6:37pm]
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