Hayden High School honors students at annual ceremony

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Compiled by Vicki Clark

Hayden High School students were honored for academic achievement during the Annual Classroom Awards program held last Monday evening.

Awards included the following:

Mr. Jones, Outstanding English Students, Rafael Delgado, Jose Gomez and Kierra Guerrero; Performance Courage Award in Drama, Michael Rabago-Phelan.

Mrs. Martinez, Outstanding Health Students, Adrianna Lopez and Jacob Manriquez; Outstanding Drivers Education Students, Gabriel Mariscal and Austin White; Most Improved in Physical Education, Edward Aguirre; Outstanding in Physical Education, Marcos Gonzalez.

Ms. Zilius, Excellence in English 9th Grade, Angelica Cabrera; Excellence in English, 10th Grade, Gabriel Mariscal; Excellence in English 11th Grade, Aaron D. Lagunas; Excellence in English 12th Grade, Edward Judas Aguirre and Marlisse Perez; Most Improved in Writing, Johnny Silva; Outstanding Achievement 11th Grade, Karina Serrano.

Mr. Hatch, Outstanding World History Student, Kierra Guerrero; Outstanding U.S. History Student, Francisco Bojorquez; Outstanding U.S. Government Student, Alexis Felix; Outstanding Economics Student, Danielle Patton; JSA Participation, Kiani Kme, Chris Gomez, Ashley Cruz.

Ms. Umstead, Excellence in Algebra I, Kierra Guerrero and Jose Gomez; Excellence in Geometry, Adrianna Lopez, Angelica Cabera, Guage Neal and Amber Sharp; Excellence in Algebra II, Jacob Manriquez, Aaron Lagunas and Melissa Islava; Excellence in Pre-Calculus, Lainey Lopez, Edward Aguirre and Marlisse Perez; Excellence in Calculus, Melinda Marinez and Francisco Bojorquez.

Mr. Deere, Outstanding Earth Science, Aaron Lagunas; Outstanding Chemistry, Ylianna Manriquez; Outstanding Integrated Science, Angelica Cabrera, Kierra Guerrero, Preston Sanchez and Gabriel Mariscal.

Mrs. Santa Maria, Early Childhood Education, Successful Completion of End of Program Assessment, Kiani Kame; Outstanding in Early Childhood Education and Successful Completion of End of Program Assessment, Kyana Garcia and Vanesa Corona.

See more photos online at http://bit.ly/16KEEwi.

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