Super Citizens of the month of March
These St. Helens Elementary School students were named Super Citizens of the month of March. Chosen for their Star Behavior, Academics and Recess, they received an ward and ate lunch with the Principal Nikki Resse. Front row, left to right, are Victoria Miranda, Thomas Elliott, Christopher Bishop, Lyric Gendreau, Roman Alcarez, Noah Wilson and Lillyn Elliott; and back row, left to right, Patrick Miranda, Shelby Stevens, Miranda Lovejoy, Malaqui Garcia, JayLynn Larkin, Lizbeth Lopez-Robles, Eva Gonzalez and substitute Principal, Mr. Hanson
Super Star Citizens of the Week
These students signed for Super Star Citizens of the Week
April 14th –18th
Kdg: Dreon Dry, Lilly Rahier, Kace Prindel
1st Grade: Keilah Garner, Owen Pithan, Faith Ray
2nd Grade: Adriana Alcaraz, Ryan Blankenship
3rd Grade: Cameron Schemanauer, Angeleena Mathis
4th Grade: Emily Cox, Elvalina Calixte
5th Grade: Auzariah Flemmings, Ruby Foley
Kdg: Rudy Rodriguez, Iris Arano Hernandez, Gerardo Estrada
1st grade: Jordan Bugg, Mateo Cruz-Reynolds, Thomas Crowl
2nd grade: Sergio Ramos, Nautiauna Gonzales
3rd grade: Kasinda Page, Judah Calixte
4th grade: Nolan Rawson, Fawn Broome
5th grade: Phillip Clark, Merary Cortez
Kdg: Sabas Rojas-Aguilar, Roman Alcaraz, Zach Leggett
1st grade: Franklin Pihl, Johny McCarroll
2nd grade: Annie Rim, Ryan Heng
3rd grade: Emily Ross, Hailey Killitz
4th grade: Jessenia Escorcia, Angel Garcia-Martinez
5th grade: Jon Mace
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