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Students of the Month

Anclote High: Kyle Sheldon, Dominique Veverka, Eddie Feidt, Tyler Salcedo, Andrew Cobb, Diovanny Figueroa, Corena Desousa, Paul Kostakis, Haile Noto, Ryan Delieto, Zacgert Davis, Trent Crawford, Rachel Lewis, Nashya Griffin and Stephanie Roy.

Hudson Elementary: Madelynn Harper, Kyle Vandenkkoy, Samantha Martell, Gavin Cougill, Nicholas Monfre, Emma Walter, Shauna Nelson, Keirra Eich, Eric Kunzinger, Elizabeth Edwards, Rylan Penick, Tyler Smith, Timmie Lee Merwin, Damien Switzer, Nevael Hidalgo, Steven Frenger, Andrew Garcia, Brianna Morris, Chayan Auhja, Frank Fekete, Alexa Trapp, Violet Davis, Hailey Spaulding, Halie Luteran, Mary Fischer, Fabian Reyes, Jose Perez, Roshan Shibu, Kelsey Ernest, Christopher Coffey, Jody Henry, Sydney Clifford, David Marra, Austen Love, Tatum Barlet and Jordan Nowak.

Richey Elementary: Gabriella Amrhein, Madyson Keeven, Caiden Henn, Haley Collett, Gillian Clark, Xiomara Gonzalez, Aidaliz Luna-Alvarado, Tyler Greska, Angel Martin-Meza, Jordyn Raub, Charles Roberts, Edwin Cardoso, Alexia Bouie, Misael Bautista, Scavorriss Millner, Connor Reber, Lorelei Jeannotte, Austin Lannas-McComas, Jennifer Perez-Martinez, Ivan Claudio, Geno Hand, De'Quan Rowland, Kevin Powell, Nathan Tatum, John Iannuzzi, Juliana Montero, Emily McGhee, David Hernandez, Candace Clark, Kasey Baker and Zackery Griffith.

Rushe Middle: Anna Goltermann, Ashley Haugen, Jacob High, Maxwell Law, Steven Nagy, Jordyn Puisto, Lanier Quiles-Morales, Kent Riddle, Fernando Romagosa, Kelsey Taylor, Ulysses Velez, Zachary Ware and Kara Wilkins.

Students of the Month 12/07/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 7, 2010 9:31pm]
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