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Adult Education students who received perfect attendance for November and December were, front row from the left, Socorro Ramirez, Irene Lopez, Karen Martinez, Aviazer Jeronimo, Elizabeth Franco Ordaz, and Tiatra Bradburn. Second row, from the left, are Jacqueline Lindsey, Lakoria Gallman, Quanmeisha Houston and Tina Robinson. Third row are, from the left, Formislan Gomez, Kevis Wise, Anthony Dominick, Austin Brakeall, Eugene Harmon and Reginald Nance.
Adult Education students who received perfect attendance for November and December were, front row from the left, Socorro Ramirez, Irene Lopez, Karen Martinez, Aviazer Jeronimo, Elizabeth Franco Ordaz, and Tiatra Bradburn. Second row, from the left, are Jacqueline Lindsey, Lakoria Gallman, Quanmeisha Houston and Tina Robinson. Third row are, from the left, Formislan Gomez, Kevis Wise, Anthony Dominick, Austin Brakeall, Eugene Harmon and Reginald Nance.
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Adult Education students who received perfect attendance for November and December were, front row from the left, Socorro Ramirez, Irene Lopez, Karen Martinez, Aviazer Jeronimo, Elizabeth Franco Ordaz, and Tiatra Bradburn. Second row, from the left, are Jacqueline Lindsey, Lakoria Gallman, Quanmeisha Houston and Tina Robinson. Third row are, from the left, Formislan Gomez, Kevis Wise, Anthony Dominick, Austin Brakeall, Eugene Harmon and Reginald Nance.


Prayuth Kerdsak, a student in the English as a Second Language classes, passed the citizenship test in November. Adult Education director David Green said, “Prayuth came to class a half-hour early every day and studied for the test with Mrs. Martinez, an ESL teacher. He is determined to become an American citizen and to be a contributing member of our country.”


The Newberry Adult Education program honored students who were selected by teachers for their academic progress in the classroom for November and December. David Green, program director, said they are model students who are determined to succeed and they exemplify work ethics and behavior that other students should follow. Shown are, from the left, Lakoria Gallman, Tina Robinson, Elizabeth Franco, Franco Ordiz and Aviazer Jeronimo. Other students honored were Austin Brakeall, Anthony Dominick, Kevis Wise and Formislan Gomez.


 
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