Queen Creek Town Council recognizes 20 Star Students

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 2/10/20

The Queen Creek Town Council honored 20 students at the Feb. 5 Star Students ceremony.

The ceremony recognized elementary school students who are helpful and considerate of others while …

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Queen Creek Town Council recognizes 20 Star Students

Star Students recognized at a Feb. 5 ceremony in Queen Creek.
Star Students recognized at a Feb. 5 ceremony in Queen Creek.
Town of Queen Creek
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The Queen Creek Town Council honored 20 students at the Feb. 5 Star Students ceremony.

The ceremony recognized elementary school students who are helpful and considerate of others while demonstrating good citizenship, service and integrity, according to a release. 

The following students were recognized:

  • American Leadership Academy – Ironwood Campus: Tatum Townsend and Emmalyn Wright
  • American Leadership Academy – Signal Butte Campus: Landon Gilliland and Rudy Weeks
  • Benjamin Franklin Charter School - Crismon Campus: Fernando Hernandez Luviano and Alice Larson
  • Benjamin Franklin Charter School - Power Campus: Wesley Dixon and Ruby Larson
  • Cortina Elementary: London Hanchett and Conor Moriarty
  • Faith Mather Sossaman Elementary: Faith Carson and Cannon Gabriella
  • Jack Barnes Elementary: Aaron Gooden and Lincoln Schutter
  • Queen Creek Elementary: Reid Gilbert and Vincent Landeros
  • Silver Valley Elementary: Allie Jarvis and Nolan Wyatt

For more information about the town, go to QueenCreek.org. To stay updated on news and events, follow the town on Facebook.com/QueenCreek and Twitter.com/TownofQC.

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