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Pasco County Students of the Month

Students of the Month

Bayonet Point Middle: Char Langlais, Lily Landsberg, Ryan Padron, Lauren McGinnis, Jessica Bartolo, Edward Simmens, Amber Lake, Randy Styron, Katrina Hunt, Alexander Onishenko, Austin Vanko, Meagan Rodrigues, Mario Leverette, Donovin Widmann, Cailla Strobel, Michael Martin, Selina Melville, Jeromiah Rivera, Rachael Schafer, Caleb-Burby-Howland, Lossa Rossi, Charlie Simmens, Antonio Bartolo and Justice Smith.

Cypress Elementary Citizens of the Month: Madison McGovern, Emma Rattee, Garrett Madden and Daniel House.

Hudson Elementary: Angelin Koshy, Christian Wise, Anthony Nicklaus, Jasmin Blossfield, Jade Anderson, Hunter Lorenz, Adam Dunn, Lia Fisher, Alexa Bartels, Kaitlyn Anthony, Evan Hopper, Jaden Edwards, Delilah Howell, Michael Ortiz, Malena Lehr, Emma Norkin, Mia Dowling, Tyler Lorette-Burrell, Kelly Allen, Avery Kloppel, Briana Addison, Avery Schaub, Tyler Derner, Kyle Anthony, Justin Phillips, Dylan Reeves, Haley Adkins, Angelique Lind-Rivas, Savannah Bryant, Alondra Rosado-Garcia, Douglas Edwards, Michelle Skipper, Peyton Camara, Austin Hadsell, Sankeerthh Oommen-Koshy, Hayleigh Hopkins, Aaron Bowman and Morgan Olds.

Rushe Middle: Richard Calvo, Tyler Davis, Gracie Fonte, Marcos Garcia, Cody Hicks, Noelle Kizer, Carmen Mockabee, Bridget Monahan, Nicole Nauman, Gabrielle Rebstock, Miguel Samonte, Megan Thai and Austin Zwinge.

Shady Hills Elementary: Kylie McWhorter, Brady Gregory, Alyssa Ester, Tyler Jones, Autumn Cole, Zoie Brayman, Riley Melucci, Lourdes Penichet and Jerome Murray. Tyler Jones was named schoolwide student of the month.

Pasco County Students of the Month 11/09/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 9, 2010 9:23pm]
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