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The Kiwanis Club of Sunnyslope honored six students as Students of the Month at a lun- cheon in December. They included (TOP, FROM LEFT) Jesus Peña and Briceida Gutierrez from Sunnyslope School, Molly Jewett and Emina Causevic from Royal Palm Middle School, (BOTTOM, FROM LEFT) Taylor Curley from Sunnyslope High School and William Brooks from Central High School (photos by Teri Carnicelli).
six local students Six local students were honored by
the Kiwanis Club of Sunnyslope during its “Student of the Month” luncheon, held Dec. 8 on the campus of Sunnyslope High School. Being honored as a Student of
Month were seventh grader Jesus Peña, and eighth grader Briceida Gutierrez from Sunnyslope School. Peña was recognized for being a dili- gent worker who always gives 100 percent and has excellent grades to show for it. Gutierrez was praised for being focused and engaged in class and for motivating other students to do the same. From Royal Palm Middle School,
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seventh grader Molly Jewett and eighth grader Emina Causevic were recog- nized. Jewett, a member of the school’s cross country team, was described as
being respectful and helpful in class while maintaining a positive attitude with a ready smile. Causevic, who is in all advanced classes, is a conscientious student who takes the time to review her work and volunteers to help other students in class. From Sunnyslope High School,
senior Taylor Curley was honored. Curley is senior class president, a mem- ber of the Key Club and on the varsity tennis team. She was praised for being honest and demonstrating integrity. She plans to attend Colorado State or the University of Oregon to student veterinary science. From Central High, William
Brooks was recognized. Brooks, who excels in both academics and athletics, demonstrates leadership qualities in all aspects of his life. He was described as a person of substance and honor who will go out of his way to help others. He hopes to attend the University of
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