Assistance League’s “Very Important Performers (VIP)” Program Celebrates PUSD Middle School Students

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By Michelle Chino

Assistance League of Pasadena recognized the achievements made by 21 Pasadena Unified middle school students on February 15th at the “Very Important Performers (VIP)” celebration. Each of the seven Pasadena Unified middle schools selected students who had demonstrated dramatic improvements in academics, attendance, and citizenship. The goal of the VIP award is to provide encouragement to students who have chosen to get the most out of their middle school experience.

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Captions for Photo: (Photography by Ellen Close)

-Blair IB Middle School: Dolores Miza, Edwin Martinez (not pictured), Skylar Aguilar

-Eliot Arts Magnet Academy: Alexander Gadea, Joshua Santos, Michael Galindo

-Marshall Fundamental Middle School: Maday Banuelos-Sanchez, Joaquin Franco, Andrew    Mendoza

-McKinley Middle School: Kyle Davis, Grace Camacho-Tovar, Paul Trejo-Garfinkel

-Sierra Madre Middle School: Brandon Yeh, Rohan Stanton, Samuel Freiberger

-Washington STEAM Magnet: Fidel Delgadillo, Sherman Albright, Dulce Hernandez Soto

-Wilson Middle School: Manuel “Manny” Osorio, Ja Air Coleman

-Assistance League of Pasadena: Michelle Chino and Lorraine Schield

-Pasadena Unified: Dr. Marisa Sarian

March 1, 2018

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