Honoring the honor roll students

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On Thursday, Nov. 18, Hayden High School students attended Climate Change Theater at Arizona State University.  Students were exposed to a series of reading and short performances done around the world to encourage climate change awareness and inspire action towards a healthier future. 

Students who earned 1st quarter honor roll were able to attend: Octavio Aragon, Miranda Gomez, Amariz Ochoa, Aaron Peed, Isaiah Aguirre, Felicity Boltarez, Sativa Carrazco, Kiana Castaneda, Moraes Cruz, Jasmine DeLosReyes, Staci Dodson, Dionna Galindo-Benavidez, Brandon Garner, Javier Gonzalez, Alejandro Lorona, Yliana Montijo, Lorena Olmedo, Rilley Sosa, Marisol Zamorano, Christopher Casillas, Ismael Gallego, Raelynn Loving, Rene Ochoa, Keiston Pool, Matthew Armenta, Joshua Manriquez, Dallas Mariscal, Oscar Rodriguez and Raquela Westrope.

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