October certificates at Sacred Heart
Sacred Heart Catholic School gave certificates in October for sportsmanship, special recognition and Christian citizenship to students from kindergarten though eighth grade.
Certificates for sportsmanship were awarded to kindergarteners Jacob DeVera and Chloe Vargas; first-graders Kaylah Ferreira, Zander Mattingly and Justin Torrison; second-graders Christopher Days, Isabella Regalado and Justin Traina; third-graders Lehua DeLeon, Roberto Estrada, Brandon Jimenez and Claire Tootle; fourth-graders Isabel Flores, Danielle Friedrich and Angelo Traina; fifth-graders Kyle Costa and Leland Routt; sixth-graders Kyle Azevedo, Morgan Maring and Kevin Phelps; seventh-graders Mariah Garcia and Jacob Gomez; and eighth-graders Justin Chavez and Kaylee Schali.
Special recognition given Special recognition was awarded to first-graders Leo Jimenez, Sofia Musson and Natalia Sandoval for always doing neat work; first-graders Allison Frunz, Joanna Martin and Daniel Tafoya for working hard in reading; second-graders Tristan Mojica for adjusting well to a new school and Joshua Guevarra for super work in his writing paragraph; third-graders Kaitlyn Marci, Alexsondra Rodriguez and Sarah Vlha for being always willing to help and share and Antonio Dixon, Darien Phillips and Thomas Sanchez for completing all work in a timely manner; fourth-graders Adam Heath for improved quality of work, Jacob Schali for improved spelling test scores and Catarina Borges and Jacob Hill for improved math test scores; fifth-graders Nick Molieri for always having interesting responses in class discussions and Nathan Banaag for accuracy during dodgeball and getting Mrs. Pedron “out”; sixth-grader Myron Ng for excellent arachnid; seventh-graders Andrew Basaldua for effort in math and Molly McGarry for class participation; and eighth-graders John Stokman for improved behavior and outstanding effort in penmanship and Miles Jacks for improved effort.
Christian citizenship recognized Christian citizenship certificates were awarded to kindergarteners Jacelyn Sagapolu and Konrad Stromayer; first-graders Marcos Hidalgo and Lena Magee; second-graders James Maring, Joseph McGarry, Sara Musson and Vinny Zamudio; third-graders Hannah Albrigo and Israel Maldonado; fourth-graders John Guevarra and Vincent Vargas; fifth-graders Angela Campos and Vanessa Valenzuela; sixth-graders Sara Coble and Alex Vasquez; seventh-graders Brissa Nunez and Nicholette Vargas; and eighth-graders Lhea Santos and Rene Washburn.