Ray Elementary School 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 Nov.

Honored as regular classroom Students of the Month were Aaron Azevedo, Halley Rutter, Frank Huerta, Isabella Kimmel, Nicholas Harmon, Nathan Molar, Christopher Hickingbottom, Kenneth Palmer, Jada Zargoza and Fernando Lopez.

P.E, Students of the Month included Sydney Contreras, Naomi Pacheco, Haily Mabuce, Dakota Willis, Coryscott Phelps and Paul Michael Wormwood.

Also named as Students of the Month were Tommie Thompson, Art, Aiden Acuna, Band, and Krista Garcia, Comp.

Regular classroom Citizens of the Month included Kayleigh Faucette, Angel Manriquez, Tyler Goodwin, Ashlin Baca, Sean Harmon, Emaleyna Alvarado, Lanna Long, Bailey Martinez, Alexia Montano and Marcus Munoz.

Daniela Camarillo, Art, Bianca Gutierrez, Band and Ashlin Baca, Comp, were also named Citizens of the Month.

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