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Pasco Top of the Class newsmakers


• The Hudson Middle School Jazz Band participated April 29 in "Orlando Fest," a band festival/competition. About 1,700 students from seven states participated. The Hudson Middle School Jazz Band was awarded a rating of Excellent in overall performance and was presented a bronze trophy in the middle school jazz band division.

The Zephyrhills Army ROTC placed second in the Area 9 District Rifle Meet and has qualified for state competition.

The Zephyrhills High Chorus received Superior ratings at the District Solo & Ensemble competition.

Students of the Month

Rushe Middle: Casey Broker, Rachel Collins, Caitlyn Cullaro, Gina Fallin, Hannah Flink, Lianmarie Gomez, Brandon Gould, Cody Kazbour, Jamie Sturgess, Nonna Stutzman, Logan Suits, Andrew Talburt, Carlos Williams.

Anclote High: Jennifer Imhoff, Peter Doukas, Sebastian Ocampo, Zanqia Holmes, Emily Jenkins, Tyler Guevin, Rachel Seale and Michael Schumacher.

Gulfside Elementary: Maria Manglis, Ryan Duong, Joseph Healey, Carlos Guzman, Amanda Goad, Isabella Lewis, Elijah Campos, Kaitlin Jowers, Caleb Heldman, Maia Vassiliou, Tyler Lario, Thomas Gilchrist, Andy Gonzalez, Colin Murphy, Ryder Hurley, Arianna Rezny, Robert Wilson, Chandi Wilmoth, Adel Karzoun, Maleek Cole, Tristan Parker, Zach Thomas, Cierra Garcia, Gabe Sutherland, Isabelle Gould, Emma Chen, Nikki Taylor, Elena Nastevska, Jose Rodriguez, Natalie Pantin, Shayla Robinson, Michael McDermott, John Dolinski, Brayden Peters, Reuben Franklin, Stephan Pierrot, Peter Emerito, James Holman, Rosangelica Sanchez, Chase Adlawan, David Howard.

Moore-Mickens Education Center: Vincent Hernandez, Mackenzie McAnallen, Trenna Waits, Lourdes Gomez and Ameanna Bates. Ameanna was chosen as Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month.

Bayonet Point Middle: Hailey Lake, Joshua Potoskie, Allysa Allen, Joshua Lennox, Brittany Gilbert, Jacob Evans, Jordan Evans, Madison Dean-Falkiewicz, Jeremiah Martinez, Tolunay Markal, Kendra Campbell, Hailey Lake, Danyael Leverette, Lauren Sebring, Brandon Ewrin, Jelsi Flynn, Daniel Stewart, Austin Sickora, Elexys Robinstein, Monique Flores, Michelle Gallo and Autumn Ansestt.

Pasco Top of the Class newsmakers 05/10/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 4:34pm]
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