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Students of Month

Anclote Elementary: Riley Graham, Ethan Torres, Jayden Allen, Benjamin Kress, Abigale Thieman, Leena Nguyen, Veronica Ramirez, Justin Pirollo, Aleksander Jeneralczuk, Nicholas Thodori, Ethan Littleson, Shana Gauthier, Summer Johnson, Marisa Anfuso, Alexys Ferrantelli, Paige Flint, Catherine Poly, Krystal Bowser, Sydnee Hinson, Danielle Desiderio, Tabitha Best, Ariana Hambel, Anthony Riyad, Jacqueline Millian, Alexx Smith, Nicholas Istler, Kira Shiffer, Elizabeth DeLieto, Colleen Wintersgill, Kameron Wiegman, Bryce Decker, Jordan Duffy and Davon Williams.

Bayonet Point Middle: Alex Onishenko, Candi Rose Webb, Justin George, Preshai Edwards, Austin Lake, Katerina Hung, Allie Slate, Jose Morales, Brandon Saxon, Samira Podbicanin, Sarah Lodge, Beau Potter, Jessica Shynski, Joe Douglas, David Petrillo, Elder Amaya, Nicole Cosh, Christina Tkaciukas, Justin George, Dana Sterneman and Chris Frank.

Marchman Technical Education Center: Ryan Tierney.

Schrader Elementary: Austin Ploss, Zachary Hay, Autumn Bartucci, Heaven Rodawalt, Kylie Filoseta, Alivia Moody, Lyle Hadesty, Edward Oringer, Destiny Reed, Wayne Cichocki, Cecelia Coll, Julianna Quigley, Emillie Lund, Joseph Wuest, Torie Barbee, Jersie Maggio, Rajan Hill, Ally Pinto, Susanna Santana, Brittney Gordon, Alyssa Schofield, Lindsey Meehan, Michael Quigley, Shay Landon, Donald Cloke, Rachel Hemphill, Maya Johnson, Kellie Hunt, Michael Botarf, Hailey Lake, Tyler Honaker, Kristopher Cunningham, and Josh Hart.

Seven Springs Elementary: Caleb Areneau, Jessie Beeson, Caitlin Carson, Alyssa Everhart, Megan Hanley, Karlee Hieftje, Andia Inks, Sydney Lai, Carrigan Madry, Alec McGregor, Olivia Moran, Victon Pena, Trinity Powe, Orien Roy, Crystal Sourivong and Kai Tobey.

Shady Hills Elementary Suite Hearts of the Month: Emma Greer, Rosmarie Del Negro, Cameron Rodgers, Kayley Morales, Aimee Eldemire, Alejandro Noriega, Austin Farmerie, Christian Diaz and Dakota Thompson. School wide student of the month was Austin Farmerie.

West Zephyrhills Elementary: Erikah Johnson, Zane Grimm, Jazmine Morales, Diego Abreu, Caitlin Hartnett and Armando Hernandez. Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Month is Ronald Wright.

Students of Month 03/16/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, March 16, 2010 6:07pm]
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