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Thursday December 12th, 2019 6:39AM

Gainesville City Schools recognizes Enota students at Monday meeting

By Alyson Shields Reporter
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101 students were celebrated at Enota Elementary Monday night during the recognition portion of the Gainesville City School Board meeting for advancing their performance on the ACCESS and Milestones tests.
 
60 fifth grade students moved up one performance level on the Georgia Milestones test in one of more subjects from last spring's Milestone test. Enota Principal Wesley Roach sweetened the deal with a challenge and encouraged his students with a big prize: a $100 bill. Students who made the improvement had their names entered for a randomly selected winner.
 
41 students improved their performance on the ACCESS test last spring and improved one performance band or more.
 
Roach said during recognition that they specifically chose to highlight their scholastic achievers while the board held their meeting at Enota.
 
The students recognized are listed below.
 
ACCESS Allstars
 Tepaly Alafu, Galilea Alberto, Mohamad Alhwari, Aleirianys Arvelo-Skidmore, Sarai Ayala, Xavier Ayala, Edwin Ayala-Romero, Hulda Bamuena-Ntumba, Caleb Bermudez-Aguilar, Joshua Burguete-Jarquin, Allany Castro, Martin Cisneros-Lopez, Kenneth Corona, Destiny Cruz-Guevara, Nilson Cruz-Lopez, Sirian Delcid-Amaya, Yaretzy Felix, Maryi Figueroa-Gomez, Dyllan Flores, Candy Flores-Barrientos, Andrea Garcia-Tovar, Jonatan Garcia-Tovar, Jackie Gomez, Edgar Gonzalez-Aviles, Carlos Lopez-Sorto, Kaylee Mejia, Jonathan Molina, Vitus Nabine, Arnaldo Navarrette-Ramirez, Isaac Ochoa, Justin Pauda, Evelyn Portales-Navarette, Saul Portales-Navarette, Joel Prado-Espinoza, Gabriella Quinones-Gallardo, Melanie Ramirez, Mia Retana-Saavedra, Jeremy Reyes, Izabella Rodriguez, Gabriela Rodriguez-Mayorga and Kimberly Zotelo-Cruz
 
Milestones Challenge Achievers
Ava Acuna, Galilea Alberto, Averie Allen, Kemyah Bailey, Orabis Barajas, Axel Becerra, Wesley Braham, Joshua Burguette-Jarquin, Danielle Butler, Julia Carcamo, Lindsay Chavez, Weatherly Clay, Joshua Cortes, Ashlynne Council, Miguel Cruz, Danielle Cuenca, Scarlett Early, Harper Everett, Peyton Ferguson, Eve Ferguson, Maryi Figueroa-Gomez, Alexandra Garcia, Casie Glasper, Sorscha Gradin, Hannah Grace Grindle, Kimberly Gutierrez-Ramirez, Landon Holcombe, Zionah Kelly, Lilly Kelly, Jordan Knowles, Damarie Lewis, Donte Maxey, Harlan Moore, Bibiana Natividad, Arnaldo Navarette-Ramirez, Meranda Nealy, Hautfadi Nyembue, Isaac Ochoa, Violet Parrish, Manon Partee, Carder Perry, Chloe Pope, Chyanne Rainwater-Meade, Carlos Randolph, Elizabeth Reed, Mia Retana-Saaverdra, Caleb Richey, Justin Sanchez, Aleena Sharp, Cari Shubert, Matthew Soriano, Myles Stephenson, Jayden Trioche, Leandria Vance-Clark, Isac Vega, Jacob Wade, Saniya Williams, Skyeler Young, Kimberly Zotelo-Cruz and Ingrid Zougbede.
 

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