Hayden High School releases first quarter honor roll

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Hayden High School has announced its  Honor Roll  for the first quarter of the 2018-2019 school year.

  Senior students on the Straight A’s Honor Roll are: Angelita Casillas, Robert Casillas, Kayla Islava; and, on the Regular Honor Roll: Ariana Allen, Courtney Angolano, Joel Rodriguez and Emma Torres.

   Junior students on the Regular Honor Roll are: Damian Arbizo, Clarissa Gonzalez,
Pedro Gallego, Javier Lopez and Carol Monroy.

  Sophomore students on the Regular Honor Roll are: Adriano Cruz, Manny Guillen, Sarrah Perez, Josiel Rodriguez, Lyana Romero and Sonia Urias.

  Freshmen students on the Straight A’s Honor Roll are: AJ Lopez, Amariz Ochoa; and, on the Regular Honor Roll: Miranda Gomez, Aiyana Gonzales and Greace Corona.

  Congratulations to all the students on their accomplishments.

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