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Students of the month, quarter in Pasco

• Bayonet Point Middle students of the month: Aubree Sigismodi, Vincent Washburn, Alex Moreta, Andrea Walsh, Joshua Ciesicki, Thomas Kernan, Amanda Meinzer, Austin Garcia, Amaris Papadopoulos, Gabi Poderyte, Hector Rodriguez, Shawna Lovely, Roger Hardy, Sal Giglia, Adrianna Lane, Zachary Daniels, Dayna Meletiche, Kailey Paventi, Sam Arena, Noah Hayden, Jessica Bradley, Austin Meyers, Brooke Gorman.

• Chasco Elementary students of the month: Zannatul Ahmed, Joseph Cantalice, Alexis Connor, Alexandria Cortes, Tina Dean, Payton Dearsman, David Degan-White, Emma Diehl, Savannah Fellows, Thomas Hilton, Stephanie Kasper, Veronica Latore, Orion Lombardi, Donovan Lynch, Sabrina Maloy, Dominic Martin, Tonianne Monahan, Cayla Presta, Leandro Verdecia-Reina, Ayanna White.

• Crews Lake Middle students of the quarter: Rebecca Ayala, Nick Alfonsi, Abrahana Barela, Cristian Castro, Rose Crisafulli, Tyler Dorgelo, Dylan Fields, Ashley Galloway, Camille Headrick, Travis Hovis, Kyle Langham, Allana Lindsey, Cody Mehren, Peter Rivera, Nick Speessen, Nicole Staley, Haligh Wallen, Kevin Waitkevich, Travis Hovis.

Cypress Elementary citizens of the month: Richard Angwin, Lacey Barton, Aiden Benjamin, Nathan Bierworth, Brandon Cutaia, Jared Depew, Lilliana Diamantopulos, Alyssa Encinosa, Joann Fasolak, Kane Flores, David Fraley, Caleb Gandee, Arianna Gash, Sarah Gobeli, Elijah Golnik, Sabrina Green, Alexander Guzik, Jackson Hadden, Dakota Hamilton, Trenton Hawks, Trevor Hawks, McKenna Hill, Charity Jasztal, Jonathan Jelicks, Julia Jones, Kelsey Jones, Santhy Joseph, Struthi Joseph, Celina Leggiere, Sabrina Lyons, Dakota Mabe, Kory McMahan, Matthew Mehring, Allen Miller, Ananda Milletics, Sydney Pruitt, Adriana Ramerez, Karina Rodriguez, Alexia Rowlands, Marissa Sanders, Amy Texter, Rylee Texter, Ximena Trejo, Josh Tremmel, Scott Vickery, Madison Walker, Hannah Whitmire.

• Hudson High students of the month: Nicholas Digirolamo, Brian Wright, Ryan Wolfe, Keeley Aspenleiter, Tanner Newton, Patricia Macaluso, Greg Semski, Samantha Felker-Cosh.

Moore-Mickens Education Center students of the month: Ashley Wheeler, Diana Magana, Richard Costner, Veronica Manriquez and Jennifer Lloyd. Diana Magana was selected as the Chamber of Commerce student of the month.

Students of the month, quarter in Pasco 12/22/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 22, 2009 10:03pm]
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