Ray Elementary School has released the name of the Students of the Month and Citizens of the Month for September

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Ray Elementary School has released the name of the Students of the Month and Citizens of the Month for September.

Honored as Classroom Students of the Month were Shelby Yocum, Tara Lorona, Skyler Hughes, Emiley Rutter, Bobby Meza, Jonah Cude, Jordan Baca, Brett Fackner, and Gabrielle Woods.

Also honored as Students of the Month were Riley Cude, Art, Rachel Mobley, Band, and Skyler Hughes, Comp.

P.E. Students of the Month were Aiden Acuna, Jaylen Pacheco, Cody Arbizo, Ramona Pablo, Isabella Mendoza, and Gabrielle Montano.

Classroom Citizens of the Month included Christian Day, Brittany Smitch, Sydney Contreras, Molli Davila-Verdugo, Tara Lane, Savannah Rodriquez, Kindra Cupples, Kenneth Palmer, Taylor Phillips, and Iiana Goad.

More Citizens of the Month included Elicia Huerta, Art, Guillermo Ortega, Band, and Eddie Granillo, Comp.

 

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