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Students of the month at Gulfside and Hudson elementary schools

Gulfside Elementary

Aiyana Garcia, Christian Tufano, Samantha Bishop, Trinity Murphy-Houle, Dulcinea Perez-Callaghan, Ashley Vazquez, Rinora Hyseni, Morgan Pindar, Geovoni Parris, Madison Combs, Maria Zervas, Kapri Winthrop, Matthew Arlt, Peter Emerito, Ryan Ware, Jalil McSwain, Cristo Giol, Jakira Scott, Gabrielle Lamothe, Matthew Clayton, Kaden Miller, Landon Moore, Adel Karzoun, Eric Figueroa, David Jenkins, Alexa Shane, Maria Papasarantopoulos, Adam Hernandez, Ryan Houser, Marco Yglesia, Tony Guglielmo, Kenny Cottrell, Dillon Irvin, Kendyl Blanton, Jesse Jacobs, Laryn Homer, Joshua Gillilan, Shelby Zieminski, T-mani Lobo Miranda and Victor Gayson.

Hudson Elementary

Lucas Blossfield, Reese Gardener, McKenna Colwell, Katie Melton, Alexandra McAllister, Nevaeh Ammons, Summer Burleigh, Mason Petty, Lesly Mejia, Kileen Keegan, Tanner Testori, Rylan Penick, Gabrielle Ortiz, Dylan Lucco, Blake Elwine, Jaden Edwards, William Hesting, Savannah Orens, Piper Strickland, Amina Yates, Dalton Cornell, Andrew Garcia, Serena McNally, Vanessa Velasquez, Noah Plantz, Amber Lo, Andres Pelaytay, Dylan Reeves, Danny Hill, Andrew Meyers, Lexzi Navedo, Kobe Libby, Blake Gosnell, Hailey Nichols, Adrian Deleon and Zjayla Nelson.

Students of the month at Gulfside and Hudson elementary schools 05/01/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 1, 2012 5:50pm]
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