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Pasco Students of Month

Students of the Month

• Anclote High: Brittany Elkins, Edwin Arocho, Taz Duncan, Francine White, Kaitlyn Rose, Peter Laluna, Willie Barrett, Amber Flynn, Dimitrios Grivas, Bryan Benz, Kimberly Hazim, Samantha Frias, Joseph Rogowski, Alexandria McGee and Christopher Peppe.

Gulf High: Larry Lacombe, Chantell Hildebrand, Ronald Santos, Katrina Enoch, Corey O'Donnell, Rebeka Brouillard, Andrew Walton and Shauni Kaeler.

Hudson Middle: Grace Graziaplene, Austin LaFond, Alyssa Kunzinger, Joey Aldrich, Allison Jack, Alexander Bennett, Anthony Blount, Sebastian Cantillo, Katie Clark, Domineeka Luis, Mackensie Searce, Torrey Martinez, Dylan Adams and Jacob Dierking.

• Rushe Middle: Wade Daniels, Fayzeh Farhat, Sidney Foote, Grace Gavino, Matthew Gaydos, Farrah Gembutis, Cory Gibbs, Carter Mattox, Gabriella Mercado, Johnny Nguyen, Bijuri Patel, Chase Troche, Kendall Vega and Nigel Williams.

• Gulfside Elementary: Jason Duong, Logan Jarrell, Mylea Burch, Zachary Peterson, Kaylea Martin, Alexis Barber, Anneliese Barreto, Jeanna Moukazis, Todd Poth, Taylor Jeffreys, Tyler Lario, Corbin Caldwell, Ashley Morrell, Kaden Miller, Jesse Guerin, Peter Papasarantopoulos, Lucas Galati, Jacob Sizemore, Kassidy Clingo, Jason Zhuang, Brendan Ellis, Mackenzy Trotta, Kaitlin Manning, Melanie Tyo, Jonathon Droillard, Symone Wilson, Drew Homer, Briana Burley, Zachary Haugh, Tillee Young, Morgan Escurra, Justin Leblanc, Desire Spencer, Kylee Wion, Amanda Romero, Anastasia Kelarakos, Kassaya Galanos, Emily Molter, Drew Homer, Tierra Riley.

• Richey Elementary: Anthony Iannuzzi, Tyler Bowden, Doreen Mensah, Joshua Atchinson, Angelica Ruiz, Tyler Keen, Cayden Adamson, Amber Weeks, Janna Butler, Shelimar Baez-Rosario, Donovan Perez, Austin Milano, Luz Martin-Meza, Michael Apel, Jeremy Bledsoe, Jordan Mongue, Thomas Figueroa, Jacob Young, Joseph Brewer, Andie Cortright, Scott Hasson, Ethan Winship, Jasmine Boyens, Jacob Lawrentz, Katelyn Weaver, Joshua Jones, Arianna Sanchez, Lindsey Morrison, Karla Montesinos, Darlene Ledford, Ryan Daffron, Justin Gonzales, Destiny Head.

Pasco Students of Month 02/08/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 8, 2011 3:45pm]
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