State ESS recipients announced

May 3, 2018 Staff Writer

ACSA is proud to announce the 19 regional recipients of ACSA’s 2018 Every Student Succeeding Awards. The students will be honored at a special luncheon event during ACSA’s Leadership Summit. In addition, each student will be featured in videos released throughout the time leading up to the Summit and will be featured in an EdCal article. Each ESS student will also receive a $1,000 stipend, sponsored by Indoor Environmental Services.

The purpose of this award is to honor students at all grade levels (pre-K to adult education) who have succeeded against all odds, beyond expectations or simply won the hearts of the administrators and other educators who helped them achieve their goals.

Region 1: Jasmine Phillips, Anderson New Technology High, Anderson Union HSD.

Region 2: Francisco Marquez, Rocklin High School, Rocklin USD.

Region 3: Michelle Broskie, Walnutwood High School, Folsom-Cordova USD.

Region 4: Raevan Waldon, Valley Oak High School, Napa Valley USD.

Region 5: Emily Tang, John Yehall Chin Elementary, San Francisco USD.

Region 6: Mariana Thomas, Black Diamond High School, Pittsburg USD.

Region 7: Carson Stubstad, Amador High School, Amador County USD.

Region 8: Joelle Drake, Sakamoto Elementary School, Oak Grove SD.

Region 9: Jaskiret Rai, Kerman High School, Kerman USD.

Region 10: Rolando Pablo Lorenzo, San Benito High School, San Benito HSD.

Region 11: Mickaela Valenti, Stockdale High School, Kern HSD.

Region 12: Jessica Corona, GEC - Goodwill High School, Victor Valley Union HSD.

Region 13: Nick Morales, Agoura High School/Indian Hills West Credit Recovery Program, Las Virgenes USD.

Region 14: Stella Linardi, Whitney High School, ABC USD.

Region 15: Federico Hernandez, Temple City High School, Temple City USD.

Region 16: Beatriz Vasquez, Northridge Academy High School, Los Angeles USD.

Region 17: Joe Chao, Los Alamitos High School, Los Alamitos USD.

Region 18: Jamie Geng, Westview High School, Poway USD.

Region 19: Luis Diaz, Ramona High School, Riverside USD.

For more information about the ESS Program, visit www.acsa.org/awards under the tab Every Student Succeeding.

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