Ray Elementary School Oct. Students of the Month

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Ray Elementary School has released the names of Students of the Month and Citizens of the Month for October.

Regular classroom Students of the Month include Aiden Acuna, Romeo Williams-Varley, Ariana Allen, Krista Garcia, Dyllin Sanders-Lopez, Nickolus Luis, Jonah Cude, Kenneth Palmer, Alena Martinez and Sheridan Corvin.

P.E. Students of the Month are Phillip Romero, Emilio Escalante, Gabriel Schwartz, Anthony Acuna, Julianna Hong, Corrinna Martinez, Allison Ballard and Allison Gillaspy.

Other Students of the Month include Ramona Pablo, Art; Anthony Acuna, Band; and Jayden Lagunas, Comp.

Honored as classrom Citizens of the Month were Ramona Pablo, Taegan Ramsey, Emilio Escalante, Acacia Baldenegro, Fabian Omar Hong, Isabella Mendoza, Christopher Hickingbottom, Francisco Martinez-Lopez, Martina Aranda and Allison Gillaspy.

Tanner Willis, Art; Christian Casillas, Band; and Isabella Kimmel, Comp, were also named Citizens of the Month.

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