Student honors presented at Ray High School

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Earlier this month, the Kearny Town Council made an official proclamation of the 2019 Ray Lady Bearcats Championship Softball Team. Mayor Debra Sommers and the Town Council honored the Ray High School Girls State Champion Softball Team, Managers, Coaches and Principal.  The Mayor read the proclamation in the honor of the State Champion Girls Softball team and presented each girl, manager, coach and principal with a framed copy of the signed proclamation. Pictured from left to right are: front, Jacob Barajas (Manager), Guillermo Ortega (Manager), Shelby Yocum. Julie Meza, Tara Lorona, Chasity Kelley, Daniella Hinojos, Chelsea Boyd-Flores, Danielle Barajas, Destiny Gonzales, Amee Kenyon, Janna Lengel (Stats), Elora Foster; back, Councilmember Rudy Flores, Principal Carlos Armendariz, Councilmember Sheila Stephenson, Coach Tomas Sublasky, Coach Devin Estrada, Mayor Debra Sommers, Coach Rene Pacheco, Vice Mayor Daniel L. Radcliffe and Councilmember Rose Bradford. Not pictured are: Marissa Barragan, Mia Barragan, Brianna Goad, Coach Dennis Warner and Coach Jonathan Archuleta.

  The 2018-19 Ray High School Classroom Awards Assembly was held May 20 in the RHS auditorium. 

  The program opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Romeo Williams-Varley followed by Mr. Carlos Armendariz, Principal, who welcomed parents and guests.

  Mr. Armendariz also acted as MC and introduced the following teachers who presented the classroom awards:

  Mrs. Fuerstenberg – Outstanding Citizenship English 1, Marissa Baez, Brina Morales and Ashiya Varley;  Most Improved, English 1, Isaiah Azevedo, Elias Martinez and Ariana Munoz; Superior English and Writing Skills English 1,  Ziporah Brumley, Cody Laiklam, Tracon Naranjo, Mikenna Seller, Ashton Solis, Jack Warren and Kaia Warren. Outstanding Citizenship English 3, Shaylyn Arbizo, Daniela Camarillo, Isabella Kimmel and Grace Rabb;  Most Improved, English 3, Yavette Llanez, Jordynn Seller, Crysta Walters and Luke Warren; Superior English and Writing Skills English 3,  Aiden Acuna, Aaron Azevedo, Krista Garcia, Annalise Manuel, Savannah Ortiz and Shelby Yocum. Outstanding Citizenship English 4, Anthony Becerra, Spencer Bryce, Myranda Figueroa, Deseray Godoy, Brittany Smitch and Marina Vega;  Most Improved, English 4, Morgan Bray and Spencer Bryce; Superior English and Writing Skills English 4,  Edward Baca Jr., Anthony Becerra, Destiny Gonzales, Janna Lengel and Hailey Rutter.

  Mrs. Casillas – Outstanding Student Algebra 2 CP, Savannah Ortiz, Emma Cude, Madison Dollar and Shelby Yocum; Outstanding Student Pre-Calculus, Anthony Lopez, Jaden Pace and Janna Lengel; Outstanding Student Pre-Calculus AP, Annalise Manuel; Outstanding Student Geometry CP, Chasity Kelley and Kacey Molar; Hardest Working Student Algebra 3, Morgan Bray and Dakota Willis; Skill and Accuracy Visualizing Geometry, Drake Leavitt; and Outstanding Student Geometry, AnneMarie Campbell. 

  Mr. Pacheco – Academic Achievement Award Algebra 1, Jack Warren, Kaia Warren, Tracon Naranjo and Brina Morales;  Most Improved Student Award Algebra 1, Eli Martinez.

 Miss. Varley –  Heath Citizenship Award,  Jocelyn Gennicks, Tracon Naranjo and Jack Warren; Life Science Citizenship Award, Brina Morales, Tracon Naranjo, Jack Warren and Kaia Warren; Cellular Biology Citizenship Award,  Kiana Lopez, Robert Marler, Kacy Molar, Juan Rivera, Emma Stuart and Michael Warren; Anatomy and Physiology Citizenship Award, Madison Dollar, Annalise Manuel and Shelby Yocum. 

 Mr. Fuerstenberg – Government Students of the Year, Spencer Bryce and Morgan Bray; World History/Geography Students of the Year, Kacy Molar and Kodi Haight; U.S. History Students of the Year, Shelby Yocum and Annalise Manuel.

  Mrs. Guzman –  Web Page Development I, Anthony Becerra and Robert Marler-Creel; Spanish I, Mia Barragan, Jocelyn Gennicks, Brina Morales, Ariana Munoz, Tracon Naranjo, Johnavon Pace, Mikenna Seller, Ashton Solis, Ashiya Varley, Jack Warren and Kaia Warren; Spanish II, Marissa Barragan, Chelsea Boyd-Flores, Dallin Coleman, Elora Foster, Chasity Kelley, Kacy Molar, Indigo Patterson, Juan Rivera, Matthew Rutter, Emma Stuart, Saul Torres and Michael Warren; Technology I, Daniela Camarillo, Tracon Naranjo, Kaylin Pacheco, Zander Winsor and Shelby Yocum.

  Mr. Colton – Career Technical Education SkillsUSA Regional Medalist Winners and State Championship Qualifiers, Skylar Hughes, Morgan Bray, Dakota Willis, Tino Barragan, Elora Foster, Robert Marler-Creel, Allen Martinez, Jesus Rivera, Gilberto Arbizo, Fabian Hong, Anthony Becerra, Michael Giorsetti, Spencer Bryce and Romeo Varley.

  Mr. Smith – Outstanding Art Student Award, Angel Goodwin, Cody Laiklam, Crystal Walters, Ziporah Bradley, Julie Ann Meza, Kaylin Pacheco, Azalya Jimenez, John Warren, Daniela Camarillo, Mona Sanchez, Izzy Kimmel, Shay Arbizo and Chloe Canisales. 

  Mr. Chenoweth – Most Valuable Lifter, Anthony Lopez; Biggest Surprise, Destiny Gonzales; Positive Feeders (Feeding Off Each Other), Stone Patterson, Jaden Pace and Dakota Willis; Best Workout Partner, Jon Warren; Most Improved Lifter, Jack Warren.

  Mr. Gillespie – Fierce Physicist, Janna Lengel; Curious Chemist, Shelby Yocum; Serious Scientist, Kodi Haught; Spanish Awards, Carpenter Bryce and Mialisa Gauthier; Athletic Award for PE, Lucinda Schneider and Gilberto Arbizo.

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