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Sixty District 50 Students Recognized for ACCESS 2018 Success

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Sixty Greenwood School District 50 students were recognized for meeting the Exit Criteria for English Proficiency on ACCESS 2018 and speaking an additional language at the October 15th Board of Trustees meeting. This means that these students are fluent in their native language and the English language.

These students were: Desiree Morales, Pedro Landeros-Hernandez, Selena Alonzo-Rojas, Fernando Castillo-Galindo, Maggie Zhao, Alaina Corona-Mayes, Lizzette Montero-Castelan, Aislynn Lopez, Camilia Zou, Diya Patel, Natalie Lopez Perez, Mia Castillo, Matthias Fritz, Jesica Mendoza Perez, Christian Cortez Sanchez, Alexa Melgarejo Palacios, Melissa Antonio Orozco, Timoteo Mariscal-Olvera, Laila Reyes, Perla Martinez Duarte, Cristina Calvo Juarez, Kimberly Lopez Rojas, Deysi Ramirez Moreno, Brandon Jose, Gael Pedroza, Grabiela Pineda, Kevin Martinez-Vazquez, Alexis Jacobo, Evelyn Simon-Gomez, Miguel Marin-Lopez, Jonathan Vazquez-Olguin, Liliana Ordaz Rios, Allyson Vazquez Paredes, Joana Islas Gonzalez, Adela Hernandez Ramos, Erick Rodriguez Velazquez, Yamileth Abrego Vasquez, Jaretzy Hernandez, Jorge Tepetate Hernandez, Ariadne Mendoza, Diana De La Cruz Dominguez, Erlin Perez-Alfaro, Karyme Mendez Sanchez, Isai Delcid-Castillo, Deisy Vasquez, Kenny Aguilar Trujillo, Jared Hernandez Duarte, Mayte Sanchez Castillejos, Vanessa Guevara Hernandez, Fabian Hernandez Duarte, Jayson Nicolas Martinez, Ana Ramos, Luis Antonio Puebla, Angie Pulido-Moreno, Jessica Ramirez Nieto, Angelique Garcia Rosiles, Frankie Melgarejo-Arciniega, Allison Landeros-Hernandez, Aurelio Aniceto-Marroquin, and Alondra Alonzo Vincente

“Sixty students meeting the Exit Criteria for English Proficiency on ACCESS 2018 is a tremendous achievement for our district,” Superintendent Darrell Johnson stated. “All of these students are now fluent in two languages! This achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our students, parents, and teachers.”