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More Cherry Creek Schools students honored as Aurora Scholars
Fifty-six outstanding students from the Cherry Creek School District’s Aurora schools were honored as “Aurora Scholars” during an assembly held April 26 at Hinkley High School.  They join 121 other Aurora Scholars who were honored on April 10 at Cherokee Trail High School.

The Aurora Scholars program was launched in 2009 to recognize those students in Aurora who strongly contribute to the life and community of their respective school.  They might be a stellar student athlete, a terrific citizen, a high academic achiever or a dedicated volunteer.  But most importantly, they go above and beyond in whatever they do best.

The program provides an opportunity for the city of Aurora, schools and families to come together to celebrate the achievements of Aurora's future leaders.  More than 450 students in Aurora Public Schools, Cherry Creek Schools, as well as charter, parochial and private schools, are honored annually through the Aurora Scholars program.  The program, which targets students in first through twelfth grade, honors one student from every grade in every school in the city.

Congratulations to these Cherry Creek School District Aurora Scholars!
Challenge K-8
Sophia Haynes
Aiden Lee
Carter Larsen
Sarayu Gangavelli
Bryant Ortega
Chandler G
Stephanie Bang
Dylan Powers

Eastridge Community Elementary
Vianca Mendoza
Muhammed Jatta
Hannah Min
Luis Romero
Mariam Bouayad

Horizon Community Middle School
Erinn Schneider
Marilyn Schacon
Melissa De La O

Highline Community Elementary
Kody Young
Dominick Ortega
Musie Haile
Dyanna Massu Sanchez
Bintou Sonko

Indian Ridge Elementary
Chandler Bergstrom
Naomi Lubega
Grace Mun
Katherine Power
Francesca Belibi

Meadow Point Elementary
Andrew Bird
Ahmi Batholy
Abraham Cabrera Gonzalez
Julian Rios
Jaime Luna

Overland High School
Rachel Truong
Julio Campos Morales
Tyler Allen
Rebecca Martin

Ponderosa Elementary
Carlos Barragan-Pulido
Angel Aguilera
Enoch Woolfolk
Keidyfer Leon
Jose Gonzalez

Prairie Middle School
Liscenia Jimenez Chino
Elliot Park
Anna Austin

Sagebrush Elementary
Caroline Cave
Justice Editone
Sophia Cupp
Carolina Chuecas
Omar Amra

Smoky Hill High School
Jessica Saffold
Hannah Litschewski
Sidharth Tripathi
Jacob Altholz

Village East Elementary
Ireland Chapman
Laila Hilton
Blen Assefa
Jaiden Batura
Renat Mohamed
Ebonie Clark
Posted 5/7/2012 11:10 AM
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