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Quintero, Galvan pull all A's at Mabton High

MABTON - Two students, freshman Luis E. Quintero and senior Jesus Galvan, earned perfect 4.00 grade point averages for the final quarter of the 2003-04 academic year at Mabton Jr./Sr. High School.

The two teens were among the 26 students named to the "Highest Honors" list. To be eligible for that distinction, students had to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.50.

"Highest Honors" achievers included seniors Maria Alvarado (3.90), Rosa Aviles (3.81), Robert Brambila (3.68), Alejandro Gutierrez (3.65), Andres Cervantes (3.62), Jaime Torres (3.58) and Blanca Diaz (3.58);

junior Sirena Mireles (3.50);

sophomores Alida Mendoza (3.95), Katie Beeman (3.90), Robert Arevalo (3.83), Guadalupe Gomez (3.81), Monica Vijil (3.75), Yadira Calzada (3.65), Mayra Diaz (3.62) and Erica Sanchez (3.54);

and freshmen Daniela Aguilar (3.87), Jesus Rojas (3.85), Diana Nunez (3.81), Talisa Sotelo (3.77), Diana Valle (3.70), Moises Gutierrez (3.62), Shari Williams (3.61) and Noe Rosas (3.51).

A total of 48 Mabton Jr./Sr. High School students were named to the final quarter regular honor roll, for maintaining GPA's between 3.00 and 3.49. They included eighth grader Cecelia Sanchez;

freshmen Robert Marquez, Andres Tellez, Vicente Tovar, Josie Chase, Enrique Huecias, Lisa Hernandez, Brian Irby, Cesar Carrasco, Adriana Navarro and Zuleyma Orellana;

sophomores Celida Diaz, Lorena Leon, Aurelia Ramos, Tomas Martinez, Jesica Orozco, Vicente Solis, Berta Torrres, Gilbert Uribe, Orlando Cervantes, Jessica Gonzalez, Jonathan Melendez and Regina Palomarez;

juniors Rafaela Quintero, Sophia Beltran, Ryan Harris, Rosario Ortega, Erica Rios, Claro Calzada, James Magana, Rosa Reyna and Jaime Alaniz;

and seniors Javier Galvan, Daniel Powell, Maximiano Ramirez, Betsy Fisher, Oswald Fonseca, David Tellez, Christina Vargas, Cassandra Geertsma, Rodolfo Carreon, Gonzalo Navarrete, Jose Gutierrez, Michael Alvarado, Juan Palacios, Gloria Vijil, Salvador Diaz and Luis Lorenzana.

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