Hambly Middle School honors students, makes strides

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Hambly Middle School October Student and Citizen of the Month: 6th grade:  Cassie Lopez and Clarissa Gonzalez; 7th grade:  Katrina Trevizo and Sierrah Bainter; 8th grade:  Jaden Gonzales and Mary Cantrell (Submitted photo)


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Hambly Middle School honor 1st quarter honor roll students attended an incentive trip to Vertuccio Farms on Monday, October 28. (Submitted photo)


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Hambly Middle School National Junior Honor Society participated in the Making Strides Against Cancer Walk on Saturday, October 26th at Tempe Town Lake.  Participants donated $769.10.  They were as follows: Robert Bohrn, Mikee Mariscal, Javier Lopez, Aiden Bonner, Aliyana Perez, Frankie Valencia, Anthony Lopez, Kayla Islava, Jaden Gonzales, Mrs. Laura E. Lopez, Samantha Waddell, Ariana Pacheco, Cassie Lopez.   Not pictured Angelita Casillas and Robert Casillas (Submitted photo)

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