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Student achievers in Pasco

• Hudson High School senior Kesha James was recognized among some 3,100 outstanding participants in the National Achievement Scholarship Program for scoring in the top 3 percent of more than 160,000 black Americans who requested consideration in the 2010 National Achievement Program when taking the 2008 Preliminary SAT/NMSQT. Kesha is contemplating studying political science and international relations. Her dream school is Yale University. Other considerations are Columbia University or Florida State University.

• Rushe Middle Students of the Month: Andrew Brown, Taddeus Dixon, Jeffrey Fittipaldi, Steven Guerrero, Katelynn Jackson, Brandon Machetto, Brittany Martinetto-Papas, Julia Santos, Tommy Speer, Marilyn St. Germain, Nonna Stutzman, Andrew Talburt, Joseph Wager.

• Saint Anthony Catholic Student Council representatives: president Anne Marie Connor; vice president Sadie Anne Collura; secretary Sarah Slayton; treasurer Elora Mejias; representatives Amber Pimentel, Emiley Novak, Nisha Gupta, Kayla Weber, Hatcher Porter, Jonathan Ruiz, Owen Clanahan, Anne Olaniel, Case Hamilton, Silas Franke, Bazil Albrighton, Madison Blocher.

Anclote Elementary Students of the Month: Gianna DiPierri, Skylah Davis, Dea Shala, Morgan Nieman, Micah Breneman, Carlee Janikowski, Hayley VanWagoner, Devin Eubanks, Destynie King, James Frost, Angelo Gerapetritis, Mia Manning, Brett Brodd, Una Sobot, Kayla Trang, Shavoughn Hodges, Maria Buac, Samuel Adawonu, Carly Kulcsar, Jenaveve Fields, Zackery Faria, Emily Flor, Julia Templeton, Sebastian Rivera, Nhu Le, Anthony Allen, Onah Clark, Elvira Arifi, Tavis Gilbert, Michael Berg, Brandon Hendricks, Rick VanDyke, Katria Wetherington.

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