Super Citizens of the month of October
These St. Helens Elementary School students were named Super Citizens of the Month of October. Chosen for their star behavior, academics and recess, they received an award and ate lunch with the Principal Nikki Reese. Front Row, left to right, Andres Orozco-Stansbery, Lupita Virgen, Kasinda Page, Meleah Heng, Maria Rodriguez: and back row, left to right, are Principal Nikki Reese, Jaiden Clark, Shelby Minnier, Darrell Garcia, Emersyn Thompson, Maria Arano-Hernandez, and Leilani Cox. Not pictured Ethan Williams, Julian Evans, and Claire Rutlegde.
Super Star Citizens of the Week
These students signed for Super Star Citizens of the Week
Kdg Matthew Markstrom, Elyana Gonzales, Angel Routh
1st Grade: Cameron Rawson, Johny McCarroll, Isaac Rodriguez
2nd Grade: Lillyn Broome, Jay Clark
3rd Grade: Joaquin Miranda, Nicholas Vath
4th Grade: Kirstyn Sexton, Ezahbelle Mosqueda
5th Grade: Alex Tovar Duran, Johnathan Burch
Kdg: Ava Frye, Dale Aker, Franky Reyez
1st grade: Leilani Cox, Anna Lyon, Lincoln Johnson
2nd grade: Dalton Miller, Ryan Blankenship
3rd grade: Esteban Sanchez-Ortiz, Kasinda Page
4th grade: Julian Evans, Logan DeDeaux-Olds
5th grade: Autymn Clancy, Martin Radillo
Kdg: Lilly Rahier, Ashley Retherford, Diego Gonzalez
1st grade: Lizzy Ruff, Evelyn Camacho, Jasmin Escorcia
2nd grade: Rosalyn Rodriguez, Kailey McKee
3rd grade: Keyira Huntley
4th grade: Lizbeth Lopez-Robles, Jayla Clark
5th grade: Tahyonna Marquez
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