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Pasco schools' students of the month

Students of the month

• Gulf High: Brandon Hylton, Alexandria Benton, Zachary Alexander, Alexcia Head, Kevin Thompson, Alisa Smith, Chris Osterer and Kiara Erazo.

Gulf Middle: Sean Wintersgill, Jared Leach, McKaelen McTigue, Ailena Hector, Lance Stewart, Daniel Gardner, Rebecca Plants, Jason D'Amours, Summer Sparks, Alyssa Fustaino, Tony Luis, Dylan Brown, Corey White, Chris Williams, Aaron Masterson and Gloria Nunez.

Hudson Elementary: Summer Burleigh, Daiten Gainey, Ryan Zaino, Sky Ledin, Gabrielle Ortiz, Sophia Febus, Angela Kinney, Steven Melvin, Mason Cline, Madison Manila, Gavin Greenwood, Ethan Martinez, Bryton Williams, Rebecca Reed, Tabitha Holt, Jadyn Nagle, Savannah Moore, Iyana Diggs, Giancarlo Lantigua, Abby Gernaat, Tyler Snorek, Jonathan Cunningham, Cameron Hilton, Hayley Hoeltke, Victoria Yaden, Noah Plantz, Chris Stone, Alyssa Ruhe, Reyna Johnson, Damian Hovis, Breanna Ortiz, Hailey Moody, Michael Churchville, Jacob Buehrig, Kelsey Martin, Dameon Montesano, Danny Sterbens and Reyna Johnson.

Hudson Middle: Cassidy Rux, Kerrie Strosser, Casey Thiele, Courtney White, Mickenzie Humphrey, Bryce Spaulding, Aaron Mayer, Nathan Diperna, Julia Patellis, Dylan Billman, Tommy Bivens, Kelly Yelapi and Cole Weinhauer.

Hudson High: Shawna Vandierendonk, August Nielsen, Ashley Morris, Andrew DiSanto, Eryn Pierce, Tyler Wilton, Ashley Leduc, Reebeca Marshall and Arthene Cole.

The Elks Students of the Month are Katrina Dawson and Krishna Patel.

Pasco schools' students of the month 05/03/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 3, 2011 5:41pm]
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