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Pasco County's school newsmakers

• At the Florida State Science Fair, Bishop Larkin Catholic School eighth-grader Mark Detlor received third place in Junior Chemistry and sixth-grader Luke Detlor received recognition in Junior Engineering.

• These students from Hudson Elementary were selected to represent their school in the west side Book Battle held in May: Eric Kunzing (captain), Leilia Tirone (alternate captain), Chayan Ahuja, Vinnie Gaines, Andres Pelayt, William Sadr and Kenny Wheeler.

•The Florida Council on Economic Education and Publix Super Markets Charities recently announced the winners of the 33rd annual Governor's Awards for Excellence in Teaching Economics. The event was held May 11 at the House of Blues in Orlando. Winners from Pasco County include: first place in project based categories: Eric Johnson, Carmen Johnson, Lex Ledford and Royce Simonds, Fivay High School. Second place in project based categories: Maryanne Meyer, River Ridge High School. Third place in project based categories: Mathew Kirouac, Wesley Chapel High School.

Students of the Month

Gulf Middle: Bryan Horn, Kayla Lacerte, Samantha Gillis, Punthamit Saenngarm, Brittany Rutherford, Josh Wojtas, Chandler Sheldon, Veronica Castillo-Martinez, Tommy Martin, Amber St. Laurent, Jessica Bryant, Van Uk, Kaleigh Quinn, Jakub Pawelec, Christopher Hamilton and Alec Muir.

• Hudson Elementary: Christian Beckwith, Isabella Navarra, Magdalena Zygmunt, Ava Grenke, Hannah Britton, Chloe Groves, Alexis Tackett, Michael Ortiz, Madelynn Harper, Sammantha Platt, Jayden Thornton, Kierra Eich, Zachary Williams, Damien Hunter, Jasmin Blossfield, Jocelyn Whitesel, Nathan Flowers, Zachary Hewitt, Alannha Aretino, Elizabeth Edwards, Malorie Phillips, Zjayla Nelson, Mia Shellem, Annika Sly, Abigail Mitchelson, Joseph Teresi, Nicholas Manzi, Keely Fisher, Harmony Henderson, Chrissy Mulyck, Donavin Smith, Breezie Tussing, Devin Hutchins, Andrew Solis, Sierra Grzyb and Cheyenne DiFabio.

Pasco County's school newsmakers 06/05/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, June 5, 2012 4:03pm]
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