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Pasco school newsmakers for Feb. 29

• The following Bishop Larkin Catholic School students were award winners at the Pasco County Science Fair: Jared Rossi, Mark Detlor and Luke Detlor were named first place winners and will go on to the Florida Science Fair. Other winners: First place: Craig Ester.; Second place: Robert Comfort and Kelvine Moyers; Third place: Allana Alamban.

• Principal's Honor Roll (4.0) at Moore Mickens Education Center: Jaonsha Hayes, Jessica Leopold, MacKenzie McAnallen, Danielle Shaw, Stephanie Stanley, Wesley Rivera, Kelly Butterfield.

Crews Lake Middle All A Honor Roll: Eighth grade: Isabella Alfonsi, Alexis Becher, Charles Bissell, Kristen Booth, Gabriella Caracciolo, Katherine Castro, Noah Corrado, Jacob Corrales, Isabella Curci, Ciara Gorby, Jordan Hill, Kimberly Johnson, Makayla Mortensen, Sammy Shihadeh, Nicole Staley, Nicholas Tran, Sotiria Tsilionis, Jeffrey Waitkevich, Jarod Waters, Zachary Witfoth. Seventh grade: Cheyenne Ames, Lauren Binder, Hadley Bou, Patrick Brown, Elena Guy, Mitchell Ingersoll, Ngoc (Brian) Mimh Le, Mary Miltner, Byrein Mucia, Heidi Nicholson, Leah Parks-Watson, Alicia Pedersen, Kiana Rivera, Carmen Sanchez, Destini Smith, Harlee Smith, Jimye Strauss, Kyra Swartz, Chase Touma, Zachary Tripp, Sierra Tully, Phillip Waitkevich. Sixth grade: Joseph Alfonsi, Michael Anderson, Molly Bissell, Adreanna Bodwell, Sara Crisafulli, Robert Dawson, Joanna Demarco, Victoria Hossler, Alexandria Jimenez, Samantha Lafavor, Louis Larson, Isabella Mantilla, Caitlynn Mincevich, Shelby Riggs, Vanessa Toro, Matthew Weidensall.

Pasco school newsmakers for Feb. 29 02/28/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 4:56pm]
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