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Kings of the Day

Congratulations to these students for being recognized as our Kings of the Day.

 

The student named King of the Day is recognized for their contribution in academics or/and in character within a given week.

 

As part of their recognition, they are awarded the special King of the Day necklace.

Spring 2018: King of the Day Winners

  • Raphie Mercado - 1/12/2018
  • Robert Fuller - 1/19/2018
  • Donald Brown - 1/26/2018
  • Jeremiah Smith - 2/2/2018
  • Devon Thomas - 2/9/2018
  • Matthew Hardison - 2/15/2018
  • Diego Mendez-Virgen - 2/23/2018
  • Robert Haskin - 3/2/2018
  • Jodey Figueroa - 3/9/2018
  • James Torres - 3/16/2018
  • Oscar Mata Martinez - 3/23/2018
  • Kamoryn Kees - 4/6/2018
  • Nathaniel Evans - 4/13/2018
  • Antwone Usher - 4/20/2018
  • Ze'rion Rivera - 4/27/2018
  • Ashton Harvey - 05/04/2018
  • Cedric Marshall - 05/11/2018

Fall 2017: Kings of the Day Winners

  • Gilbert Ortiz - 12.01.2017
  • Amare Blankenship - 11.17.2017
  • Gerald Ryan Robertson - 11.09.2017
  • Eric Yam - 11.03.2017
  • Nicholas Primus - 10.27.2017
  • Zaid Rivas - 10.20.2017
  • Eric Brown - 10.13.2017
  • Anthony Sanchez - 10.06.2017
  • Jatoby Williams - 09.28.2017
  • Caleb Mayers - 09.22.2017
  • Paul Andalon - 09.15.2017
  • Davey Barocio Becerra - 09.08.2017
  • Raphie Mercado - 08.31.2017
  • Jonathan Primus - 08.25.2017
  • Elijah Huston - 08.17.2017
  • Du'Neil Osteen - Summer Bridge 2017

News

5/4/18


Congratulations to these students for continuing to be successful as we head towards the end of the school year. Let get to the finish line.

 

15th Week Academic Success (No Ds, Fs & no more than 2 Us) Perfect Attendance for April (100% attendance with 0 tardies)

Nicolas Primus

Jerald Robertson

Haleni Sitani

Devon Thomas

James Torres

Antwone Usher

Akida Warmsley

Christopher Washington

Nicholas Washington

Charles Williams

Dylan Williams

Jatoby Williams

Jonathan Primus

Cedric Marshall

Jared McClaren

Diego Mendez Virgen

Raphie Mercado

Troy Morales

Tyree Littles

Ajhaunte Hill

Robert Haskin

Amare Blankenship

Grant Brown

Paul Andalon

Jayden Epps

Nathaniel Evans

Robert Fuller

Matthew Hardison

Eric Brown

Grant Brown

Nathaniel Evans

Noah Evans

Jodey Figueroa

Matthew Hardison

Eligah Huston

Kelly Donovan

Tyree Littles

Darion Lucas

Darius Lucas

Cedric Marshall

Caleb Mayers-Stubbs

Diego Mendez Virgen

Raphie Mercado

Troy Morales

Paul Nwakanma

Gilbert Ortiz

Micah Patterson

Jonathan Primus

Jerald Robertson

Jeremiah Smith

Devon Thomas

Patrick Torreblanca

Antwone Usher

Jatoby Williams

 

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1/12/18


Robert Fuller is a 6th grade middle school honor student at the Boys Academic Leadership Academy.  In the Fall 2017 semester, Robert earned a proud grade point average of 3.857 with 6 As in his courses and all Es in Work Habits and Cooperation.  Robert enjoys building robots, constructing with legos, reading and playing video games with friends in his neighborhood.  Robert's favorite subject is Math and Science.  Although he has not decided which colleges he might want to apply to, Robert wants to become an engineer.

 

Look out future engineers, here comes Robert!

 

For more information information on student in the Student Honor Roll, click here.  PRIDE is our schoolwide academic expectation for all students.  PRIDE stands for precision of expression, relevance, innovation, democracy and evidence.

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