Elks honor Peoria Unified pair as top students

Posted 1/8/21

Jacob AyarsIsabella Puleo

The Sun City Elks honored two students as their Peoria Unified School District students of the month.

Liberty High School’s student of the month is Jacob Ayars. …

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Elks honor Peoria Unified pair as top students

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The Sun City Elks honored two students as their Peoria Unified School District students of the month.

Liberty High School’s student of the month is Jacob Ayars. Jacob is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Activism Club, Spanish Club, Secretary of the STEM Club, and is a National Hispanic Recognition Program winner. In addition, he is a 3-time Academic Award letter earner and a 3-year Varsity Basketball player.

Jacob’s hobbies and interests include basketball, playing guitar, collecting vinyl, hiking, camping, learning and going to concerts.

Isabella Puleo is being recognized as student of the month for Sunrise Mountain High School. Isabella has a 3.9 GPA as an Advanced Placement and honors student and ranks in the top 5% of her class.

She is vice president of the National Honor Society, a Future Teachers Academy and COOP Program teacher, a Kindergarten Teacher Helper at Coyote Hills Elementary School, and has received an Academic Letter as well as a Varsity Letter for Band.

Isabella’s interests and hobbies outside of school are playing hockey for the Arizona Kachinas, listening to music, and studying music.

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