Super scholars at Hayden-Winkelman Schools earn special treat

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Hayden’s Super Scholars

Hayden High School and Leonor Hambly K-8 1st quarter honor roll students were treated to a movie, “Harriet” as an incentive for their hard work.  Students include:  Seniors Shelby Anderson, Jorge Rodriguez, Clarissa Gonzalez, Cassandra Lopez, Javier Lopez, Pedro Gallego, Carol Monroy, Ariana Pacheco.  Juniors Adriano Cruz, Analicia Cruz, Adrian Estrada, Devina Estrada, Marcos Gaona, Emmanuel Garcia, Manny Guillen, Sarrah Perez, Josiel Rodriguez, Lyana Romero, Sonia Urias, Leticia Valenzuela.  Sophomores Aiyana Gonzales and Amariz Ochoa.  Freshmen Isaiah Aguirre, Jeremy Aguirre, Makena Arbizo, Felecity Boltarez, Moraes Cruz, Jasmine DeLosReyes, Staci Dodson, Dionna Galindo-Benavidez, Brandon Garner, Karina Inzunza, Alejandro Lorona, Yliana Montijo, Lorena Olmedo, Rilley Sosa, Marisol Zamorano.  8th grade Christopher Casillas, Ismael Gallego, Victor Sosa-Quintana.  7th grade Xavier Aguirre, Elijah Casteneda, JR Fong, Sienna Gonzales, JJ Manriquez, Dallas Mariscal, Oscar Rodriguez, Selestina Sosa-Quintana.  6th grade Tyler Garner, Maryalyna Mariscal, Abriana Torres, Anjelo Castillo, Mario Hong, Augstin Lorona, Julian Mariscal, Erik Romero. Congratulations to all the honor students!

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