Stanislaus County educators honor students who've beaten the odds

local@modbee.comMarch 6, 2014 

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    STUDENT NOMINEE   SCHOOL SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Jovan LunarEnochs HighModesto City Schools
    Mia EspinozaModesto HighModesto City Schools
    Anthony CristobalGregori HighModesto City Schools
    Michelle SotoValley Charter High School Stanislaus County Office of Education
    Ana MorenoDenair HighDenair Unified
    Nalleli MendozaPatterson HighPatterson Joint Unified
    Kristofer BengeCeres HighCeres Unified
    Brandy ClarkSentinel HighWaterford Unified
    Brittany CodyRiverbank HighRiverbank High
    Luca MitchellHickman Charter School Hickman Community Charter
    Ashtin VenemaRoss Middle School Hughson Unified
    Robbie MesserYolo Middle School Newman-Crows Landing Unified
    Ethan MillerickTurlock Junior HighTurlock Unified
    Adrian MedaGlick Middle School Empire Union
    Anna-Marie OchoaMark Twain Junior HighModesto City Schools
    Ariel EscobarCreekside Middle School Patterson Joint Unified
    Kevin CardonaCesar Chavez Junior HighCeres Unified
    Julian GarciaSpratling Middle School Keyes Union
    Rachad MaassaraniChrysler ElementaryStanislaus Union
    Bryan HernandezCrowell School Turlock Unified
    Kcody RogersJulien ElementaryTurlock Unified
    Duane JohnsonSam Vaughn ElementaryCeres Unified
    Judith TamezOrchard Elementary Sylvan Union

— Honoring students who have succeeded against challenges, gone beyond expectations, or simply won the hearts of teachers and others is the goal of the Association of School Administrators’ “Every Student Succeeding” program.

Out of 23 nominees, Brittany Cody from Riverbank High School was selected to represent Stanislaus County at the regional level and will receive a $500 scholarship from ACSA Region VII. Students from 14 school districts were honored at this year’s program, put on by the Stanislaus ACSA Charter.

Sponsors of Tuesday’s breakfast award ceremony were the Stanislaus County Office of Education, Mocse Credit Union and E.&J. Gallo Winery.

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