Mountain Vista Students of the Month

Mountain Vista December Students of the Month are from left: front, Magdalena Flores, Lily Denogean, Casandra Blake, Sebastian Pinedo; second row, Katarina Corona, Sarah Cline, Lindsay Gagnon, Tianni Whitman; third row, Gillian Cole, Rene Martinez, Troy Garrick, Wyatt Hughey, Nate Fowler; back, Jacob Lovendahl, Leslie Mendez, Adrian Cabrera, Andrea Vigil-German, Kayla Parker.Submitted

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