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Pasco students of the month

Students of the month

Crews Lake Middle: Students of the quarter: Summer Cole, Cody Smith, Jordan Gonzalez, Erin Martin, Alejandro Beltran Nino, Erica Hiller, Robert Dawson, Shelby Riggs, Kineth Horton, Abigail Jadwin, Morgan Ashton, Lauren Binder, Logan Wellman, Kati Battoe, Sierra Tully, Alexandra Lamantia, Alicia Pedersen, Aleena Kondek, Zachary Tripp, Jimye Strauss, Michael Baliff, Kaitlyn Graves, Elizabeth Morris, Jacob Mucia, Tiffany Mumma, Haley Filipkowski, Haley Weaver, Cheyenne Ames.

Gulfside Elementary: Tyler Wilson, Jamariya Jackson, Paul Fousek, Diego Velazquez, Brandi Thomas, Noah Ross, Chase Marlatt, Hailey Thomas, Lakenzey Jenkins, Athena Derenzis, Ashanti Vazquez, Mayah LaMothe, Evie James, Kapri Winthrop, Amber Adlawan, Jace Robinson, Derek Brown, Tyler Lario, Emanuel Montes, Corbin Caldwell, Martin Salgado, Nikkita Remy, Damon Daggett, Juliet Muniz, Autumn Jones, Kevin Lewis, Andy Gonzalez, Avre Smith, Diana Barrientos, Jacob Rosado, Caleb Marshall, D'Asha Jackson, Adel Karzoun, Aqueelah McGill and Makenzie Moore.

Hudson Middle: Zachary Shaw, Summer Altenburg, Zaida Mattson, Alexander Ruhe, Taylor Brown, Steven Clark, Crizzlemarie Tahud, Jessica Miller, Lucy Cantero, Joseph Cruz, Majeleek Mouzon, Danny Sterbins, Sarah Finn, and Matthew Bechtol.

James M. Marlowe Elementary: Kids with character: Isaiah St. Valle, Alexis Flores, Alex Knox, Kiley Hetrick, Buckley Barco, Elissa Miller, Ivy Coleman, Owen Dishon, Noah Younger, Brenda Pantoja, Daniel Rodriguez, Devon Muzzuco, Christopher Collova, Lilly Smith, Carynne Wortman, Justin Hennessy, Cassidy West, Doug Blanton, Iliana Muniz, Kristin West, Ashley Butler, Nehemiah Pape-Demeza, Tony Luciano and Maeghan Korchak.

Moore Mickens Education Center: Jodie Dixon, Bianca Castro, Jacob Stanley and Moises Castillo. Jodie Dixon was selected as Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Month:

Chester Taylor Elementary: Citizen of the Month: Kyleigh Smith.

Newsmakers

Moore Mickens Education All A Honor Roll for quarter 1: Amber Denney, Mark Jordan, Tyler Dennis, Jerry Jean-Mary, and Victoria Dickens.

• Bayonet Point Middle students held a fundraiser Nov. 9 to raise funds for Hurricane Sandy victims. The students, who paid a dollar to wear hats for the day, raised $137.

Pasco students of the month 12/04/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 4, 2012 4:00pm]
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