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Volume 51, Issue 3

May/June 2010

CALLE MAYOR MIDDLE SCHOOL A California Distinguished School and Blue Ribbon School

Published by Calle Mayor Middle School PTSA Torrance Council of PTAs California State PTA ----------Chris Sheck, Principal Lisa Snowiss, PTSA President Sally Landerville, Editor Calle Mayor Middle School 4800 Calle Mayor Drive Torrance, CA 90505 (310) 533-4548 www.callemayor.tusd.org

Message to Parents

Dear Calle Families, Where did this year go? Seems like only yesterday we were all getting our children ready to start school, and here we are, closing in on the last few days of the year. Congratulations to all our Students of the Quarter recipients, Bulldog Award students, MathCounts award winners and Science Fair winners. We again have record numbers of students qualifying for the Honor Roll. Keep up the incredible work! And thank you teachers for taking the time to nominate students for the In Search of Excellence Award. Thank you Calle Science department for organizing the Science Fair and to Torrance Memorial Medical Center for supplying the judges. During our Calle Campus Beautification Day in May, participants gathered up all those hiding Dust Bunnies, and helped do a thorough cleaning around the campus, thanks to the coordination by Doug Pruss. Can you say "Yummy"? Thank you Calle PTSA Hospitality Chairpersons, Alpa Brown and Melanie Harrison for orchestrating a food filled Teacher Appreciation week. Thanks also to Robin Comer for all your help with the food donations. But especially, thank you to all of the incredible educators and staff at Calle for teaching our children, not only the academics, but how to be exceptional individuals. The Calle Blue Ribbon Week featured a visit by the Torrance SWAT, K-9, and motorcycle officers. Thank you to Luz Aceves and the Torrance Police Department. Congratulations and thank you to both the Richardson and Calle 8th grade basketball and volleyball teams, along with the 6th and 7th grade shoot out competitors for providing an entertaining evening filled with sports excitement at the annual across PCH rivalry event. Thanks also to all of the parent volunteers who manned the doors, ticket booth, and snack table, and to Jackie Din-Quisenberry for chairing the event. Other events sponsored by the Calle PTSA are the 8th grade field trip transportation to the Museum of Tolerance, the Bulldog Barker, the Library, the Calle PTSA website (www.callePTSA.org) and the eYapper. Saving the best for last, look forward to the end of year events ­ 6th Grade Picnic at El Retiro Park, 7th Grade Beach Blanket Day, and 8th grade picnic, promotion ceremony and party.

Inside this issue:

Principal's Corner Superintendent's Message In Search of Excellence Spring 2010 Students of the 3rd Qtr. Scholarship Recipients Teacher Appreciation Week Campus Beautification Thank Yous Bulldog Award Winners About our Bulldog Award Winners Science Fair and MathCounts Winner photos 12th Annual Calle Richardson Games Torrance Memorial Update 3rd Quarter Honor Roll 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 8-9

Lisa Snowiss

Calle Mayor Middle School PTSA President 2009-2010 "Be the Dream Makers for Our Children"

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Principal's Corner

curriculum, we enjoyed the title of being the top performing middle school in TUSD. I think you will agree that our teachers, who have labored endlessly this year to shape the lives of our students, have had a dramatic impact on us all. Thank you Calle Mayor Teachers and Staff. As I do at the end of every year, I'd like to challenge every parent to steal a moment from your busy schedule to sit back, take a deep breath, sip on a beverage, and let time blow in your face! As summer approaches let's agree to make "time" work for us, instead of squeezing 25 hours into our 24-hour day. Parenting today's youth is a full-time job that should not be dictated by our schedules. We have been given time as a resource, a commodity if you will, at our disposal to spend as we see fit. In this technologically advanced day and age, let's commit to pulling off of the informationhighway (granted easier for some than others), and enjoy the company of our loved ones. To this end, turn off the television, put all other cares aside, and invite family members to share the day's experiences, their interests, plans, and ideas. Carve out whatever minutes possible during summer break to eat dinner as a family, and then spend time afterward to linger around the table to tell jokes, share funny stories, or play an old family favorite board or card game. Research has proven that this is time well spent and leads to a more healthy and successful family life. Remember, the important moments in life are for us to capture and embrace, and not race by on our way to somewhere else. As the saying goes, "the race goes not to the swift or the strong, but to he that endures to the end." I speak for the whole staff when I say that we, at Calle Mayor, take very serious our commitment to educate the "entire" student, academically, emotionally and socially. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to do so this past 09/10 school year. In Service,

Dear Calle Mayor Parents, Is it me, or does it seem as if it was just a few short weeks ago that everyone was scrambling to prepare themselves for the first day of school? Whew! What a great year this has been. I would like to take this time to thank our PTSA President Lisa Snowiss and the entire PTSA Board for their time and effort in making Calle the wonderful school that it is. Thank you also to the countless parent volunteers who pour their heart and soul into whatever they put their hands to. You are all such a blessing! And obviously, thank you to our Calle parents who day in and day out help guide and direct our students as they navigate their way through this journey. As parents, ensuring that our students are independent by the age of 18 is no easy task. This year was a time of academic, emotional and personal discovery and exploration for our students (and parents), leading many to a place of higher self-confidence and realization. Let's encourage our children to enjoy the "process" of life and the precious moments therein, and help them to enjoy the journey, as well as the importance of a destination. For Calle, as our teachers challenged themselves daily to connect our students with State standards and

Chris Sheck

"The race goes not to the swift or the strong, but to he that endures to the end."

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Superintendent's Message - June 2010

Dear Parents and Community Members,

The past couple of years have been marked by our challenge to do more with less. We have continued to provide the highest level of academic experiences to our students and we have done it in a harsh economic climate. However, now the paradigm has shifted ­ we have, and are continuing to "Excel in Tough Times...." I would like to take this opportunity to reflect on a few of the challenges and some of the triumphs of the past year. We began the year knowing the economic crisis that has plagued our state, was going to get worse before it got better. In March we had to decrease our budget by another $27 million dollars ­ laying off more teachers and classified employees, increasing class size further at every grade level, and eliminating even more services. The budgetary projections in the May Revision, though not worse, are definitely not better. Nevertheless, the TUSD community ­ teachers, administrators, classified staff ­ continue to provide our students with the educational foundation and opportunities to become "Cool Kids" (abc7 news), congressional art winners, and academic decathlon champions. This month, high school seniors will wear their caps and gowns, they will throw up their hats in exuberance, and they will begin a new chapter in their educational careers. These students will head to schools like USC and UCLA, they will walk the halls of Ivy League campuses, and some will choose a vocation. Whatever path they travel down, each graduating student will take with them the advantage of a TUSD education, the foundation to succeed. Every year, over 24,000 students are educated in our District. These students are ethnically diverse, speak different languages, and learn in different ways. Our goal for them, however, is the same ­ to educate them and prepare them to be a successful part of the global society. I would like to wish everyone a safe, relaxing, and fun summer break! Sincerely, IN SEARCH OF EXCELLENCE Spring 2010

6th Grade Aidan Bernstein Michael Blomquist Jennifer Dewhirst Justin Dutko Angela Falcon Sanhji Grover Brandon Herrada Gloria Kim Madisyn Larecy Anthony Masciotti Samantha Moeder Julianne Paine James Peck Michelle Ratcliff Andrew Rodov Evan Rossi Michael Sedique Casey Vergho Kent Yoshiki 7th Grade Emily Allan Sarah Allen Lauren Bowden Eunjae Lim Dylan Matheson Grant Okamoto Brianna Osborne David Seo Wembly Soberanis Benson Stevens Hideki Takagi Samantha Vrcic 8th Grade Mark Beal A'Janie Carter Danika Eddowes Jonathan Farah Miki Hongo Umama Jilani Corie Ann KaneshiroRabut Jamie Lee Nick Mavrosakis Frankie Mulliner Eric Payne Amanda Ramos Ashley Stuebs

Dr. George Mannon

Dr. Mannon with two of the three Calle Honorary Service Award winners, Vicki Yabuno and Jose Rodriguez. (Not pictured-Ron Lopez).

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2010 Scholarship Recipients

The Calle Mayor Scholarship Committee was faced with making a decision on just two recipients, out of a group of twenty-nine well-qualified applicants. Comparing excellence with excellence, the committee had a tough time reaching their decision. They eventually decided on awarding a $600 scholarship to two South High graduates, both former Calle bulldogs. The first recipient, Michael O'Brien plans to attend the University of Michigan. His goal is to pursue a career in finance and accounting. Michael ranks 4th in his class, has an impressive WGPA of 4.62, is an AP Scholar with distinction, works part time, and has logged over 300+ community service hours through Boy Scouting and his church. He loves to read and has taken responsibility for his own education by researching on his own. What he learns in class simply complements his pre-existing wealth of knowledge. His teachers say he has a great sense of humor, which, "...he is able to call upon at the appropriate moment to ease the tension to difficult situations and will wow you with his ability to break out into spontaneous dance!" Dimiana Saad, the second recipient, would like to attend USC. Her course of study is Law and Political Science. She is currently the Senior Class President, boasts a WGPA of 4.04, works part time, was voted most inspirational in track and field, and is on the Speech and Debate team. What impressed us most about Dimiana was the time she took out of her own busy schedule to help a failing student in her psychology class. Every day Dimiana tutored, called, and emailed this student; helped her write a 14page paper, and eventually helped the student pass with a "C". One teacher said, "Dimiana has impeccable integrity, an unequaled work ethic, and a heart of gold. She sets a positive role model for her peers and encourages them to do their best always." These students represent the next generation. With all the negative things we hear in the news about "kids today" it is refreshing to know that our society will be blessed with these two talented individuals.

ALLEN, SARAH BARTHOLD, SKYLER BEARDSLEY, NICHOLAS BLOMQUIST, MICHAEL BULANTE, NATHAN BURTON-SOJO, GISELLE CHANG, ANDREW CHOI, JOSEPH J. D'JAMILY, ADAM DANZINGER, ISAAC DELOZA, MELISSA ELY, BREANN ENGLERT, SAMANTHA ESQUIVEL, MICHAEL FONTANA, JULIA HORNSTEIN, PAULA HORTON, ANNA IMBRIALE, MAGGI JOHNSON, VICTORIA KHAN, SHAMMIR KO, RICHARD KUMAR, AKANKSHA LEE, KRISTEN LIM, BRYAN MACDONALD, NOAH MEYER, KATIE MILLER, CHRIS MOSES, LORI OSORIO, GABRIEL PAINE, JULIANNE PALOMPO, MIYA RA, LOUISE REYES, REIJEANNE ROBERTS, KIANI SAHABA, ALEXANDRIA SALEMAN, JONAH SANCHEZ, WALTE SINGH, SYARA STRAUCH, JOHN SU, YEN SHUO TAKAGI, HIDEKI TAKATA, MOET TALSTAD, BRANDO YAHN, JULIA ZHOU, ADAM

Pictured here from left to right: Teri Akiyama, Lisa Snowiss, Michael O'Brien, Dimiana Saad and Karen Carmody

Scholarship winners with Calle PTSA president and members

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Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher and Staff AppreciationWeek went well due to the wonderful CMMS volunteers who helped us throughout the week and a few of the local restaurants who donated awesome food so we could feed the teachers and staff well! Alpa and I would like to thank all the volunteers and restaurants that helped make the week a success. Monday the PTSA served our teachers and staff a continental breakfeast provided by: Lox of Bagels, Corner Bakery, Starbucks, and Torrance Memorial Hospital. Tuesday was "Pizza day." The pizza was provided by Chuck at Rizzo's Pizzeria and the drinks were provided by Ralph's Grocery Store. Wednesday was "Baked Goods Day" All the yummy goodies where baked by our own CMMS families and donated by Torrance Bakery of Gardena. Thursday was "Gift Bag Day" The teachers and staff were provided with gift bags compliments of the PTSA and some of the local merchants. Friday was the "Teacher Appreciation Luncheon." The food was donated by: King's Hawaiian, Macaroni Grill, Gaetano's, BJ's Restaurant, PF Chang's, and Olive Garden. During the luncheon the PTSA did a gift drawing for the teachers. Because so many families donated gifts, every teacher received something. Thanks to all the CMMS volunteers who worked hard all week long to help set-up, clean-up, pick-up the food, baked goodies, filled gift bags, and who donated gifts: Liz Vaughn, Terri Akiyama, Gina Beardsly, Marcia Caprioglio, Sumi Arnheim, Susan Blomquist, Nancy Cohn, Joanne Kuroyanagi, Jolene Aulert, Elaine Hsieh, Wendy Hurst, Lisa Snowiss, Lori Haig, Kristi Taylor, Tami Moran, Joyce Teruya, Andi Mannes, Beverly Chesney, Sharon Oda, Laura Mabey, Michele Hornstein, Daneen Larcey, Rachel Lloyd, Judy Smith, Jill Gerbracht, Sally Landerville, Janice Walters, Deanna Sarro, Lori Falconer, And a special thanks to Robin Comer for working hard at getting all the food donated and to Conchi Brown for making the beautiful Teacher luncheon invitations. If I have forgotten anyone, Please forgive me. CMMS volunteers you guys are awesome!

Alpa Brown and Melanie Harrison

4th V.P. Hospitality

Campus Beautification Thank Yous

What a great day Saturday, May 1st was for Calle! From 8:00 am until 12:00 pm approximately 50 Calle students, staff, families and community members came to help clean up our campus. The students came and painted, gardened and generally cleaned up our campus. We worked hard and had a lot of fun doing it! We need to give a very special thanks to Wes Fowler for his planning and organizing as we couldn't have done it without him and his leadership. Thanks to everyone who was there. You should be proud for a job well done! We would like to specifically thank the following people:

Sasha Pruss Matthew Cha Alex Grimes Michelle Ho Emily Allan Jeffrey Kaplan Haden Oliphant Julie Jung Shammir Khan Simran Grover Vivian Chen Anne Park Anna Horton Bryan Lim David Sea Reanna Chew Michael DelSignore Sindy Lim Stephanie Bang Ashley Kim Ran Lee Elizabeth Lim Andy Chae Joshua Lee Giselle Burton Trisha Lee Eric Carmody Emma Hurst Zaya Andrabi Suzy Park Mary Pat Gahan Linda Ly Sara Lee Shiloh Schatzhamer Tariq Mihlar Yo Han Seol Alyssa Arnheim Vivian Lee Adam Schoof Nick Lofgren Shreyas Tirumala Taylor Mannes Casey Karthaus Thomas Gahan Aghkansharee Daryl Thomas Alex Ramirez Lucas Abel Wes Fowler Doug Pruss A big thank you to Doug Pruss for chairing this committee!!!

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CONGRATULATIONS Bulldog Award Winners:

About our Bulldog Award Winners

Bulldog award recipients are special in many ways. Here is a little bit about each of our winners: 6th grader Stu Ross focuses intently on whatever he undertakes, always striving to learn and do his best ­ whether in school, sports, or friendships. Both his peers and teachers see him as a leader with the maturity to speak his mind while still being respectful of others. his poems was selected to be published (along with 4 others from the club) in an Anthology of Poetry. In his free time, Stu is an avid skateboarder and soccer player. For all these reasons and more, Stuart Ross is a deserving recipient of this award. She is also a Girl Scout.

3rd Quarter

Sixth Grade Stuart Ross

Seventh Grade Jordyn Cramer

8th grader Michael Del Signore has been on the honor roll all 3 years at Calle. He is a member of CJSF and Math Counts, and participates in a Christian Club. He has been in band since elementary school and now acts as a peer mentor. Between this and his 7th grader Jordyn Cramer is involvement in a variety of a goods student and has a sports including football, volbroad range of talents inleyball, dodgeball and basecluding music, sports and ball, he is one busy guy. In school he has been a journalism. She is a member straight A student all three of the school Choir, plays quarters of 6th grade. He is soccer, and is active in her in the 6th grade Excepchurch youth group. She tional Writers Club and takes lessons in voice, piano recently learned that one of and enjoys musical theatre.

Science Fair Winners

Eighth Grade Michael Del Signore

This year's science fair winners were recently honored. Congratulations to this year's Science Fair winners. Pictured at right--from left to right: Raymond Park, Yousef Aziz, Shane Wagner, Benson Stevens, Michelle Mogollon, and Julianne Paine.

MathCounts Winners

This year's MathCounts winners were recently honored for their success. They are pictured at left.

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12th Annual Calle vs. Richardson Games Tournament

The 12th Annual Calle vs. Richardson Games Tournament was held on Monday night, May 3, 2010 at South High Main Gym. The event started with the singing of the National Anthem by 8th grader Caylie Landerville. The featured games were a girls and boys basketball game, 6th grade free throw shoot out, 7th grade 3 point shoot out and an exhibition girls volleyball game. The Calle girls basketball team continued its tradition by beating Richardson with a score of 19 to 14 and the girls trophy came back to Calle. During the girls half time, the Calle 6th grade 6 member team of boys and girls beat Richardson in the free throw shoot out by a score of 7 to 6. Unfortunately, the exciting win in girls basketball did not carry over to the girls exhibition volleyball game. Calle lost both games with scores of 11 to 15 in the first game and 8 to 15 in the second. The Calle 8th grade boys basketball game started off with an exciting lead of 11 to 20 over Richardson and it looked like Calle might break its boys losing streak. Unfortunately, in the final seconds of the game, the Calle boys lost in a heartbreaking score of 22 to 26 and Richardson took home the boys trophy. The Calle 7th grade 6 member team of girls and boys did win the 3 point shoot out at half time with a score of 13 to 12. Thank you to all the volunteers (students, teachers, parents and especially to our coaches), who helped make this annual event a huge success. Proceeds from this event help to sponsor the 8th grade promotion activities.

"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined." -Henry David

Thoreau

ASTHMA SCREENING

Torrance Memorial Update

Thank you to Torrance Memorial for your help with Calle's recent Science Fair. There were so many outstanding projects that the judges had a difficult time in evaluating them. Thank you to Betsy Biggins for coordinating the judges. A huge thank you to the judges for giving your time: Betsy Biggins, John Blenkinsopp, Pat and Richard Brienzo, Barry Henson, Pat Kirkendell, Beth Marshall, Mayouri Mody, Daylene Reed, John Scoins, Dennis Su, and John Wisz. Thank you Torrance Memorial for your contributions to the Teacher Appreciation Breakfast. They generously donated two huge fruit platters and orange juice for the staff to enjoy. We appreciate your ongoing generosity. If you haven't had a chance to view the "art wall" at Torrance Memorial, you are missing a real treat. Wonderful Adventures in Arts projects are displayed on the wall across from the elevators (for the main cafeteria). These projects will only be there for a short while longer and will come down over the summer. Please stop by and view the art wall before it's too late. Thank you to Vicky Yabuno for taking care of this display...TMMC has received many compliments on it. Here are some ways that the Calle Mayor Bulldog family has given back to Torrance Memorial: participation on the TMMC Relay for Life team, an ongoing magazines collection delivered to the hospital (thank you Marcia Caprioglio), blood donations, place cards (250+) for their recent Memories of Mothers' tea, games and toys collected for the child life center, small blankets donated to the transitional care unit and of course, the art wall.

May was Asthma Prevention Month. Recently an asthma screening was conducted at Calle Mayor. This screening was available to all students who had a signed permission slip. Dr. Ghodsi Madani and her team screened a total of 57 students. Based on the results, Dr. Madani will be following up with fourteen of these students and their parents. Thank you Dr. Madani and her team: Kelly Welton, Dominick Reyes, Carla Carlos, Bijan Rizi and Betsy Biggins.

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3rd Quarter Honor Roll

6th Grade

ACEVES, DIANA ALMANZI, ALEJANDRA ANTHONY, GEORGIE BAJANIA, NISHA* BANG, EILEEN BARON, SYDNEY* BEISSERT, ANNA BERHE, ANNE* BERUBE, LALAINE* BISCOTTO, SARA BLOMQUIST, MICHAEL* CAPRIOGLIO, KEVIN CARPENTER, RYAN* CHANG, CAITLIN CUMMINGS, KYRA DEDMON, KARISSA DEOGARD, VALERIE DEWHIRST, JENNIFER DONLOU, KRISTA DUTKO, JUSTIN* ESCOBEDO, MONIQUE FALCON, ANGELA GROVER, SANJHI* GUTIERREZ, GABRIELA* HANNA, ASHLEY HERNANDEZ, ALEXA HERRADA, BRANDON* HIRAI, PAIGE* HIRAMOTO, LINDSEY* HO, BRIAN HORNSTEIN, PAULA* HORTON, GRACE* HOWE, SARA HSIAO, ANGELA HSIEH, JJONATHAN HUMPHREY, SEAN HURST, ELIJAH INCE, DANIELLE IWAI, KAILA IWASAKI, YOTA JEONG, DAUN JHANGIANI, SRISHA JI, DOWOON JUN, EUNBY JUNG, MYUNG KALITA, SALEENA* KANG, KEVIN* KARTHAUS, CASEY KASASHIMA, YUTA* KAWAOKA, NOELLE KHAN, SHANNA* KIDMAN, SHELBY KIM, CHAN WOO KIM, EO JIN KIM, GLORIA* KIM, HO JAE KIM, JI KIM, KA KIM, KEANU* KIM, MINJUNG KIM, RACHEL KIM, RYAN KIM, TAE KYUN* KIM, YU GYUM KITANI, TRENT* KNEALE, SARAH KO, RICHARD* KONYA, TSUBASA KOSSOFF, TESS KOZELOV, SAMUEL KUROYANGI, SEAN MAIKI KWAK, ERIN LANDERVILLE, CAMERON LARCEY, MADISYN LEE BRAD* LEE, COURTNEY LEE, JIN WOOK LEE, VIVANNE LENHARD, ALIISON* LERNER, TRISTAN* LLOYD, MAXWELL* LUK, ROBERT* MAC DONALD, NOAH* MALANDRINOS, RACHEL MARSELLA, MATTEO* MARTINEZ, KATRIN* MATHER, NYLENE MAVROSAKIS, MATTHEW* MC KEE BAKOS, JENNA* MEYER, RYAN MOEDER, SAMANTHA MONTELONGO, KIANA* MOSES, LORI* MOUNCE, RACHEL NAKAE, CATHERINE* NAKAZAWA, TAIGO* OH, SAE HUN OKAMURO, KYLE* OKAMURO, LUKE* OKIHARA, ANDREW OSORIO, GABRIEL* PADHYE, ATHARVA PAINE, JULIANNE* PARK, DO HYUN* PARK, LIA* PATTERSON, LAUREN PECK, DARIA* PECK, JAMES* PERAHIA, DAVID* PETTY, SHELBY* RA, LOUISE RAJPUT, SWATI* RAMIEREZ, THERESA RATCLIFF, MICHELLE* REEVE, GARRETT RO, HANNAH ROBERTS, KIANI RODOV, ANDREW* ROOSEN, ROBERT* ROSS, STUART* ROSSI, EVAN* RUBEN, EMMA SALEMAN, JONAH SANNES, RONALD* SEKI, JENNIFER* SEO, JULIE* SHIN, MONICA* SHTEWI, SAFAA* SLUTSKY, JESSE SO, BYUNGJOON STARK, KRISTEN SUNAOKA, LUKE TAKAHASHI, KATHRYN* TAKATA, MOET* TAKATORI, RYO* TAYLOR, MC KENNA* TERUYA, ANA THOMPSON, TANNER* TOM, KYLIE TRINDADE, ANALISSA* TURRENTINE, RACHEL URATSU, ERIK VERANO, MIGUEL* VERGHO, CASEY WADA, EMIRI* WALTERS, CAMDEN WANG, HANTAO* WHITTLE, ASHLEY WONG, KRISTEN* WOO, DANIEL* YAMASAKI, KELSEY YOON, DANIELLE YOSHIKI, KENT* YOSHIMURA, TETSU YUN, HA KYUNG* ZHANG, ZHAOYUAN* AZIZ, YOUSEF BANG, STEPHANIE* BISSONNETTE, MATTHEW BOETTCHER, HAYATO BOWEN, LAUREN BROWN, AMY BROWN, RYAN* BRYDON, TAYLOR BURDETTE, JANINEBURTON-SOJO, GISELLE* BYER, KELLIE CHA, MATTHEW CHAE, ANDREW* CHAI, BRANDON* CHAMBERS, SAMANTHA CHAN, EVA* CHANDLEY, HANNAH CHANG, TIEN TSE CHEN, VIVIAN* CHOE, RACHEL* CHOI, JAE WON CHU,HYE RIN* CHUNG, DIANNE* CHUNG, JACOB* COLLAZO, KATIA CONGDON, CAMBRIE CRAMER, JORDYN CUBA, JOSE CUFF, JOHN* DE LA CRUZ, GISELLE DE MARCO, NATHAN* D'JAMILY, ADAM EKBATANI, KAYLAH ERICKSON, SAMANTHA FONTANA, JULIA GAHAN, THOMAS GIN, MARISSA* GRIFFIN, MATTHEW HAIG, DANIELLE HILL, EMMA HO, MICHELLE* HOWARD, REBECCA HSIEH, ELLEN HUANG, ANDREW* IKEDA, EILEY* INCE, CALEB JUNG, HAN YOUNG JUNG, JAE EUN* JUNG, SEO YOON KAI, KAMERON KAPLAN, JEFFREY* KATO, MARINA* KATO, SEAN* KAWAHARA, HARUKA KAWASHIRI, KATIE* KIM, DIANA

7TH Grade

ADABZADEH, NILUFAR AGRAWAL, SURABHI ALLEN, SARAH APRILE, GIUSEPPE ARAI, TAKUMI ASHTON, ALYSSA

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3rd Quarter Honor Roll (cont'd)

KIM, HYEWON KIM, JULIA KIM, IKRISTIE* KIM, MYUNG SUN* KIM, SO* KIM, YERIM* KOMSA, OLIVIA KUMAR, AKANKSHA LEAHY, MAKAYLA LEE, CATHY LEE, HYUN JUNG* LEE, JEHU* LEE, JOOHYUN* LEE, JOON SEOK LEE, MELISSA* LEE, NATASHA* LEE, SARA LEHR, JASMINE LIM, BRYAN* LIM, EUNJAE* LIMA, CHASI LOFGREN, NICHOLAS* LORD, DAVID MABEY, ANDREW* MACIAS, STACEY MACIAS, STEPHANIE MAEDA, MALINA MAGAT, CALVIN MANNES, TAYLOR MARQUEZ, ELIZABETH MIHLAR, MOHAMMED* MO, SEEUN MORA, SAVANNAH NEWELL, MARGAUX OBED ,OGECHI OGAZ, TRENT* OHNO, YUU* OLSEN, LINDSEY* OSBORNE, BRIANNA* OSTREGA, ALEXANDER PAKZAD, PAMELA PARK, ANNE* PARK, JOY PARK, SOOJIN PASLEY, SCARLETT PRATHUMMAS, AMIE SADACHAR, GAYATRI* SANBURG, OLAF SEERAM, KAMRON* SEO, DAVID* SEOL, YO HAN* SHADBEHR, JUSTIN SIDAROUS, KATHY* SIM, BRANDON SNOWISS, DAVID* STEFAN, JOHN SU, YEN SHUO TAKAGI, HIDEKI UMOREN, ANIEDI* VAUGHN, BROOKE* VORONKOV, KATHERINE* WAGNER, SHANE* XU, ERIC* YAMAGUCHI, SEAN* YANG, PERLIE YANG, STEVEN* YOO, EUN SOE ZAMORA, GILBERT JOHNSON, VICTORIA* JUN, DAHNBY* KANESHIRO-RABUT, CORIE KHAN, SHAMMIR* KIM, HYUNG GYUM* LANDERVILLE, CAYLIE* LEE, JENICA LEE, KRISTEN* LEE, RAN* LIM, ELIZABETH* LIM, JEONG IN* LOPEZ, ANTHONY LY, LINDA* MALANDRINOS, NICOLE* MATSUMOTO, JAY* MAVROSAKIS, NICHOLAS* MC ENROE, NICHOLAS* MOGOLLON, MATTHEW* MOGOLLON, MICHELLE* MORAN, BRYAN MORAN, JOHN NAZARKHAN, ABDULLAH NGUYEN, CRYSTAL* NGUYEN, SHELBY* NICHOLS, MANDY* NILAKANTAN, SHIVA ODA, LAUREN* OH, ARI OLIPHANT, HADEN* ORLOV, TANYA PALOMPO, MIYA* PARK, HYE MIN* PARK, HYUN WOONG* PARK, KYUNG* PRUSS, SASHA PYON, RACHEL* QUISENBERRY, MADISON* RAMIREZ, ALEXANDER* RAMOS, AMANDA* REYES, REIJEANNE RICHTIGER, NATHAN RICKS, EVAN RODRIGUEZ, NICHOLAS ROOSEN, CASSIDY SANNES, SAMANTHA SANTY, EVIANIA* SHECK, BROOKE SHIN, HYE YOUNG SHTEWI, ZAHA STOKES, JASMINE STRAUSA, ISABELLA SUBHEDAR, SHIVANI* SUN, LYDIA* TAKAGI, ERIKA TIRUMALA, SHREYAS* TOWNE, KENDALL* TURRENTINE, ALEXIS YABUNO, KRISTEN* YAMASHITA, YOSHIE YANG, OLIVIA* YAO, ELISA YEDIKIAN, KARINE* YOM, MICHELLE* ZHOU, ADAM

8TH Grade

AKIYAMA, THEODORE* ALVAREZ, NICHOLAS ARNHEIM, ALYSSA* BAEK, EUN YOUNG* BEAL, MARK* BORNINO, JONATHAN BOZIN, BRAD* BUTALA, SALONI* CAMACO, SAMUEL CAO, TUNG CARMODY, ERIC CHAN, CINDY CHANG, TIEM YEN* CHEBOLU, POOJA* CHEW, REANNA* CHOI, JOSEPH CONWAY, LAUREN* COX, CHRISTOPHER DANZIGER, ISAAC DEAN, ERIC DEL SIGNORE, MICHAEL* DUTKO, NATASHA* FONTANA, DAVID FRITSCHE, BRIAN FUJII, RYO GRIGGS, JESSICA* GROVER, SIMRAN* HANNON, TAYLOR HASHOLIAN, GARO HONGO, MIKI HORTON, ANNA* HUANG, TIMOTHY* HUNDLEY, GORDON* HURST, EMMA* HUSSAIN, NOMAAN HUTCHINS, NICHOLAS* JACOBY, MATTHEW* JEONG, TIMOTHY* JIANG, LINGHUA*

*Indicates a 4.00 GPA Students must obtain a GPA of 3.5 or higher for the Honor Roll. Those with an "N" or "U" in Citizenship are ineligible.

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