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Hudson Middle School Science Fair winners: First place: Kayla Canton, Alyssa Rutman, Jacob Wentz, Johnathan McDowell, Kristof Cseh, Janelle Tanghal, Taylor Brown, Allan Nolen, Shae Quinn, Chris Roeth, Hailey Gilleo, Zachary DaSilva, Kelly Yelapi and Cheyenne Gainey. Second place: Josie Brunton, Alexa Gernand, Sarah Finn, Zachary Merto, Kyle Unger, Joseph Katleba, Dante Croghan, Heather Finlason, Tristan Schurdell, Angelica Stefan, Kristen Anton and Olivia Dimonda. Third place: Julia Schmidt, Xiara Rooney, Eric LaRoche, Frank Fekete, Madison Harvey, Miranda Prahasky, Meghan Leonard, Tim Ernest, Thomas Bivins, Megan and Morgan Calder. The following students represented Hudson Middle School at the District Science Fair on Feb. 4 at River Ridge Middle/High School. Kayla Canton, Alyssa Rutman, Alexa Gernand, Jacob Wentz, Johnathan McDowell, Kristof Cseh, Janelle Tanghal, Joseph Katleba, Hailey Gilleo, Zachary DaSilva, Kelly Yelapi and Cheyenne Gainey.

• Gulf Middle student Hannah Rick won the schoolwide National Geographic Geography Bee Championship. Second-place winner was Jose Espino, and Harmony Ray placed third.

• Twenty-eight Gulf Middle students participated in the countywide Holiday Joy Art Show in December at Sims Park in New Port Richey. Alessi Selvage placed second with Gothic Cathedral Rose Window. Kayla Sours received honorable mention for print making art work.

Top of the class newsmakers 02/14/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 14, 2012 4:07pm]
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