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Pasco County schools students of the month

Students of the month

Anclote Elementary: Darren Nguyen, Gracie Clark, Michael Cardone, Kylena Ward, Lea Casella, Cadence Allen, Brooke Rivera, Nicole Carroll, Brooke Bowser, Nathaniel Calvillo, Dakota Best, Isaiah Arguelles, Gianna DiPierri, Kaylee Hjortsberg, Mia Manning, Robert Watkins, An Le, Kirsten Maccia, Marcela Correa-Larota, Noelle Keifrider, Azucena Mejay-Martinez, Nichole Maloney, Leah Holowczenko, Gabrielle Pimenta, Justin Lopez, Marisa Anfuso, Brendan DeHerrera, Samuel Adawonu, Jasmine DeAngelis, Michael Berg, Nhu Le, Carly Kulcsar, Julia Templeton, Rosemarie Alani, Colleen Wintersgill and Donato Cassino.

Marchman Technical Education Center: Dominic Anger.

Richey Elementary: Lindsey Bishop, Julisa Vega, Edward Holme, Kerri King, Liliana Hernandez, Jordan Huddleston, Kaylie Moschetto, Ella Adamek, Mykaely Otero-Santos, Serenity Gurrieri, Keira Johnson, Elizabeth Joaquin, Nicole Cercado, Ivan Morales, Bertell Butler, Kyrstin Hassell, Bethany Kuster, Aliyah Blauvelt, Aliyah Barrow, Mykenzie Robertson, Michel Marcelo, Keith Lincoln, Michelle Debello, Shelby Dufour, Ariana Miller, Lucas Machowski, Vanessa Taylor, Brenda Flores-Pena and Baine Willis.

Schrader Elementary: Kelly Alonso, Parker Clemmons, Stephanie Ravenscroft, Tyler Leiby, Alexander Makris, Emma Woodside, Dominick Montes, Dakota Loflin, Caitlyn Kelly, Jadynn Krivda, Logan Grise, Tiffany Otto, Isabella Moravcik, Angelina Cooper, Kayla Rosado, Hailee Ball, Savannah Jenss, Hayley Merila, Madison Broshears, Monica Montez, Bre'ana McCall, Evan Keith, Frankie Bogan-Zittel, Collin Boone, Jacob Hale, Joel Puma, Emileigh Morissette, Valerie Pulles, Kyle Talley, Riley Hansen and Julian Wallace.

Weightman Middle: Jessica Herndon and Jose Sotero.

West Zephyrhills Elementary: Kyle Straussner.

Pasco County schools students of the month 10/26/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 6:09pm]
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