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West Pasco students of the month

• Chasco Elementary: Reese Bologna, Cherish Cassidy, Alyssa Cosenza, Naomi Dean, Jackie Gelb, Gabriel Hayes, Shawna Humes-Madden, Edwin Kingston, Tyler Kirk, Rachel Klarer, Kaylee Knudsen, Maya Love, Daniela Mancilla, Kierra Middleton, Michael Monaco, Briana Reed, A.J. Simpson, Delayne Sorey, Leandro Verdecia and Javier Zapote-Pacheco.

• Fox Hollow Elementary: Brice Arlt, Brandon Benitez, Benjamin Bowles, Joey Breau, Enjoli Butterbaugh, Maylin Callaghan, Ryan Campbell, Lugene Chisolm, Joshua Ciesicki, Alyssa Conaty, Zachary D'Antuono, Jason Deese, Brianna Durman, Cameron Fesler, Ashley Fontanez, Emily Harris, Desiree Hartman, Elizabeth Kritsotakis, Ana Lertola, Anna Londrie, Jocelyn Maldonado, Rhys Marshall, McKenna Mercado, Cameron Millington, Mariah Morales, Cassidy Mudgett, Bethany Neumar, Andrew O'Brien, Jecin Olszewski, Carl Orsita, Enid Quintero, Bladimir Rivera, Tristan Rooney, Logan Schweibert, Destiny Simon, Jaydon Stock, Skyler Tabb, Shane Tiller, Tenleigh Vincent and Jordan Zapata.

• Gulf Middle: Destiny Ellis, Caleb Suiters, Kailyn Haskins, Cody Hicks, Alonzo Martinez, Hannah Quade, Mehgan Griswold, Lyndsey Hetrick, Trelisa Anderson, Jordan Pavao, Victor Lopez, Haley Wedge, Justin Foster, Kenny Casler, Lissette Hernandez, Troy Shea, Kaylee Whittington, Dakota Wynn, Joseph Boussebaa and Lexy Schulman.

• Hudson Middle: Michael Chaves, Uriel Espindola, Keagen Gorkowski, Katie Siciliano, Paige Galler, Tessa Graziaplene, Rachel Bradley, Justin Duran, Fai Kwok, Tyler Gardner, Micah Davis, Pedro Reynoso, Zabrine Watson and Kenny Hunsinger.

West Pasco students of the month 04/28/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, April 28, 2009 3:30pm]
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