Hambly honors students

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Leonor Hambly K-8 School has announced its Students of the Week for the week of Aug. 28, 2014, as well as Student of the Month and Citizen of the Month for August.

Students of the week are: Demitrius Pinkard (preschool), Ryan Garner(kindergarten), Trinity Collier (first), Dallas Mariscal (second), Alonzo Sims (third), Brandon Garner (fourth), Jennifer Gregorich (fifth), Leticia Valenzuela (sixth), Javier Lopez (seventh) and Kirstin Hise

(eighth).

August 2014 Student of the Month for each grade are: Isabella De Los Reyes (preschool), Darren Smith (kindergarten) , Kyleigh Adkins (first), Matthew Armenta (second), Clair Chiquete (third), Jeremy “J.J.” Aguirre (fourth), Greace Corona (fifth), Leticia Valenzuela (sixth), Javier Lopez (seventh) and Kirstin Hise (eighth).

August 2014 Citizen of the Month for each grade are: Vidal Mesina (preschooler), Ahlana Gonzales (kindergarten), Tyler Garner (first), Junior Contreras (second), Faith Bracamonte (third), Felicity Boltarez (fourth), Alfredo “A.J.” Barragan (fifth), Josiel Rodriguez (sixth), Symone Placencio (seventh) and Robert “Bobby” Manriquez (eighth)

Congratulations to all you hard working students!

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