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Students earn kudos

• These students from Hudson Middle School received Top Accelerated Reading Points during the first grading quarter: Jaysse Tanghal, Troy Sturgill, Sandra Hatte, David Dover, Keith Palmer, Nicholas Beckwith, Kris Stolarczyk, Michael Faulkner and Robert McGlothen.

• Victoria Dinning and Taylor Gonzalas were named winners of the schoolwide storytelling competition at Centennial Middle School.

Students of the Month

Fox Hollow Elementary: Shane Aquino, Dylan Bink, Hailey Brookes, Madison Broshears, Samantha Ceresoli, Matthew Clark, Caitlin Corlett, Selena Craig, Anthony Delaporta, Vincent Finelli, Sam Forth, Justin George, Jaylene Gonzalez, Darin Hall, Evan Hall, Alexis Harris, Mackenzie Howard, Donovan Kempster, John Khodhair, Juan Maldonado, Jade Marshall, Kyle Mayberry, Alexia Maytum, Jacob Nacarlo, Dante Nazario, Cody O'Brien, Samantha Osorio, Kevin Pimentel, Tyler Sanders, Julia Scales, Savannah Shain, Aubree Sigismondi, Cassidy Silva, Kayla Simms, Emily Stolz, Tristen VanBenden, Joey Watts, Cody Wyllins.

Moore Mickens Education Center: Patrick Etter, Sarah Katzenstein, Leticia Mendoza, Lavey Bevington and Juan Gallardo. Sarah Katzenstein was named Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month.

Rushe Middle: Jonathan Arroyo, Ryan Austin, Malina Bruton, Tara Chamlin, Arianna Gomez, Pravin Henderson, Lauren McCurdie, Christine Rodhouse, Hannah Stephenson, Thomas Speer, Mykel Tomlinson, Ali Walther.

• Shady Hills Elementary Suite­hearts of the Month: Scott Pfenninger, Samantha Deskins, Nykia Fenty, Bernadette Yaman, Ethan Lomio, Kyle Biasotti, Jordan Nutting, Kaylee Grant, Dominic Strevckmans. Schoolwide Student of the Month: Bernadette Yaman.

West Zephyrhills Elementary: Isabella Marquis, Caitlyn Calhoun, Mark Long, Glenda Montgomery, Nicole Heiseter, Sade Pohjolainen. Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month: Elizabeth Patton.

Students earn kudos 11/04/08 [Last modified: Thursday, November 4, 2010 8:50am]
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