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Pasco County student newsmakers for Dec. 19


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Moore Mickens Education All A Honor Roll for quarter 1: Amber Denney, Mark Jordan, Tyler Dennis, Jerry Jean-Mary, Victoria Dickens, Mark Jordan.

• Bayonet Point Middle students held a fundraiser Nov. 9 to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims. The students paid a dollar to wear hats for the day and raised $137.

• The Florida Department of Education has awarded Marlowe Elementary School the 2011-12 Golden School Award based on its total number of volunteer hours.

• Bishop Larkin Catholic School Science Fair winners: Grade 8: First place: Robert Comfort. Second place: Savannah Kelly. Third place: Theodora Mattei. Honorable mention: Kelvine Moyers. Grade 7: First place: Luke Detlor. Second place: Aidan Price. Third place: Sarah Rivera. Honorable mention: Gabriella DellaSala. Grade 6: First place: Sarah-Grace Kelly. Second place: Austen Fields. Third place: Elizabeth Kaplan. Honorable mention: Jennifer Mitchell. Special awards: Excellent Experimental Design: Cate Huyck, Cayla Lowrey and Eric Cuspilich. Exceptional Oral Presentation: Angel Solbach, Gabrielle Boyd, Craig Ester. Outstanding visual display: Ally Baldwin, Taylor Hughes and Briannah Zwirn. Award for Creativity: Elizabeth Winberg, Bobby Selby and Sydney Beil. Award for Persistence: Jack Mazur and Carter Garlitz.

• The Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce recognized the following Student Citizens at a November ceremony held in their honor: Bobby Bloomfield, The Broach School; Harmony Dickerson; Chester Taylor Elementary, Jillian Haas, East Pasco Adventist Academy; Yasmine Mendenhall, Heritage Academy; Wyatt Thompson, Raymond B. Stewart Middle; Rowan Richards, West Zephyrhills Elementary: Trent Peters, Woodland Elementary: Olivia Navarro, Zephyrhills Christian Academy; Julian Norat, Zephyrhills High. Each month, one student from nine area schools is selected for exemplary effort, achievement and contribution to his or her school, family and community.

Pasco County student newsmakers for Dec. 19 12/18/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 18, 2012 8:08pm]
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