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• Wiregrass Ranch High student Ayana Stewart was recognized as a 2011 National Achievement Program Outstanding Participant for scoring in the top 3 percent of more than 160,000 black Americans who requested consideration in the 2011 program when she took the 2009 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

The following Hudson Elementary School students won prizes for their entries in the "Americanism Contest" sponsored by VFW No. 4412 in Hudson: Coloring Contest: first place, Tabitha Holt; second place, Nikki Fox; and third place, Devin Mayer. Poster Contest: first place, Ty Gutierrez; second place, Robyn Kenny; and third place, Desirae Thompson. Essay Contest: first place, Kyle Unger; second place, Kayla Haigler; and third place, Alisa Eaton.

Rushe Middle Science Fair winners: Jake Alday, Brittany Claypool, Stephan Collier, Ryan Everhart, Sean Garvey, Trevor Lloyd, Joe Morris, Bijuri Patel, Dylan Peterson, Ryan Verscharen and Patrick Whalen.

Pasco school news 02/15/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 15, 2011 9:49pm]
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