Harrison students rewarded for passing WASL examination

A total of 72 students at Sunnyside's Harrison Middle School were rewarded last week with a trip to Skateland and Miner's in Union Gap.

The pay-off was a special treat for the students, who successfully passed all three elements of the state-mandated WASL examination, which they took this past spring.

Actually, a total of 76 students passed the WASL last spring, but four of the students are no longer enrolled at the school.

The Sunnyside middle school students who successfully completed the WASL included Anthony Aguilar, Aundrea Alderman, Ariana Alvarez, Brandon Antram, Elizabeth Armengol, Osbaldo Arroyo, Jose Barajas, Haley Barnes, David Barriga, Cecilia Benitez, Zachary Brandvold, Laura Bravo, Marisol Canales, Amy Cardenas, Sasha Castro, Andres Chavez, Jennifer Crane, Eric Desmarais, Chelsea Dimas, Melissa Ehart, Jordan Esqueda, Anai Farias, Elias Fernandez, Kurt Furan, Michelle Galvan-Velez, Kristel Galvez, Chelsea Garcia, Daniel Gonzalez, Celina Gutierrez, Matthew Hatfield, Oscar Hernandez, Katherine Herndon, Marie Hill-Quintero, George Ibarra, Kelly Johnson, Matthew Johnson, Travis Jones, Xenia Lain, Maritza Licea, Isaac Macias, Griselda Madrigal, Hannah Marro, Alissa Martin, Ileana Martinez, Savanna Martinez, Kendra Meeker, Inez Mejia, Jessica Mendez, Alfonso Mendoza, Joanna Mendoza, Mark Meza, Amanda Montelongo, Hailey Moore, Ricardo Navarro, Gerardo Noriega, Joseph Palomarez, Rebekah Paulakis, Jonathon Paxton, Veronica Perez, Mitchell Pitney, Dulce Policarpo, Daniela Ramos, Crystal Rivera, Mario Sanchez, Tania Santiago, Megan Schlenker, Nicholas Steckler, Anita Tadlock, Avalon Valencia, Javier Valencia, Anthony Vegar, Margaret Waggoner, Daniel Wavrin, Jackalyn Wynn, Jenna Zamarron and Jacquelyn Zamorano.


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