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West Pasco Students of the Month named

West Pasco Students of the Month

Chasco Elementary: Anthony Ansaldo, Winston Austin, Skylar Benz, Alexis Boyer, Zachary Cannaday, Kate Chavez, Alexis Connor, Chelsey Cook, Rhiannen Dearsman, Brianna Fuller, Lacy Glidden, Jasmine Hentz, Theresa Krug, Gabrielle Kuffel, Camden Linginston, Connor Meyers, Meghan Ongley, Shaqueria Santiago, Jonathan Smally, Michael Webster.

Hudson Middle: Michael Vacchio, Nathan Chastain, Sharif Corbin, Anthony Nicklaus, Keely Fisher, Sierra Gryzb, Delaney McKillop, Makenzie Ford, Steven Danko, Andres Peylaytay, Brandon Stopler, Hayleigh Brownell, Stephanie Schreck, Hailee Ball, Nicholas Hurtado, Jason Aiello, Isabella Brami, Benjamin Rapkin, Hailey Boudreau, Ryan Bowman, Dianna Cogley, Jorge Febus, Sarah Vyasulu, Brett Hart, Collin Hawks, Nicholas France, Kyle Gaedgens, Elexus Seabrooks, Kathrine Porterfield, Alexis Cugno, Sydney Lovell, Jullian Dykstra, Kayla Canton, Zera Medford, Timothy Ernest, James Skilton, Isabella Schneider, Jimmy Newman.

•Mittye P. Locke Elementary: Sydney Goodloff, Connor Green, Natalie Turner, Taylor Sampson, Alicia Mazariegos, Luke Hajj, Kollin Stern, Jules Piper, MaryLynn Rabetoy, Phillip Poulter, Yessica Bravo, Logan Ballard, Logan Kiernan, Justin Hicks, Gabriel Hernandez, Madison Laurenti, Jerod Nielsen, Michael Miller, Kristina Shappell, Amanda Kiwala, Britney Perez, Ashleigh Billick, Abagail Cook, Braedon Morecraft, Carrington Adler, Amber Profeta, Eliana Goyer, Ashley Seddon, James Bufkin, Hamdan Baset, Gianna Serpe, Morgan Marino, Hannah Kilmer.

• Schrader Elementary: Devin Rider, Kyle Galanick, Carlito Santana, Kaela Catalan, Dakota McClintock, Ann-Marie Racvenscroft, Amber Clifford, Sarah Winters, Tyler Leiby, Seana Smith-Gaquer, Jada Wilson, Luke Leiby, Cameron McKinnon, Dylan Scott, Valerie Rabelo, Cassiopeia Elliot-Diehl, Alana Mullins, Andrew Mullins, Janelle Brooks, Juthleen Marroquin, Autumn Dalby, Jodie St. Hill, Kendra Foster, Cassie Sutphin, Aidreanna Cobb, Aimee Weissman-Valenti, Anthony Meehan, Shaen Milelli, Delina Rios, Macie Helms.

• Seven Springs Elementary: Athano Athas, Brandon Dava-Ni, Linda Dinh, Dominic Fiumara, Ross Mattia-Cooper, Monique McKinney, Ryan Murphy, Phillip Nguyen, Samuel Pownall, Brian Rashford, Dylan Reinhart, Tyler Riccardo, Angelina Ross, Landon Russell, Kamarin Schuett, Zachary Steadham.

West Pasco Students of the Month named 05/26/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 26, 2009 7:03pm]
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