Forty Greenwood School District 50 students were recognized for meeting the Exit Criteria for English Proficiency on ACCESS 2017 and speaking an additional language at the October 16th Board of Trustees meeting. This means that these students are fluent in their native language and the English language.
These students were: Samira Pena, Janell Hernandez, Jonatan Martiniez Ramos, Diego Sosa Rivera, Bryan Aniceto, Johana Unzueta Bustos, Nathalie Unzueta-Corona, Allison Luna Vargas, Angie Suarez-Molina, Yareli Lopez-Solis, Ajelet Luna-Vargas, Guadalupe Bernabe, Yesenia Manuel, Andre Hernandez, Jose Vasquez Sandoval, Jackelyne Palacious, Fernando Reyes, Yurida Alday, Joselyn Carlos Felipe, Orbe Mejia Varela, Luis Moran Corona, Tommy Mariscal, Enrique Pineda, Alexander Ramos Hernandez, Mariana Reyes, Anthony Poroj, Edgar Ramos, Enrrique Molina Penaloza, Jessica Moreno, Ashley Ulloa, Gavin Zhao, Jayro De Los Santos, Sophia Lai, Kelly Luna Garcia, Eugenio Martinez, Leonardo Torres, Alan Corona, Luz Antonio-Puebla, Yasmin Davila-Tolentino, Joel Vasquez-Olguin.
“Forty students meeting the Exit Criteria for English Proficiency on ACCESS 2017 is a tremendous achievement for our district,” Superintendent Darrell Johnson stated. “All of these students are now fluent in two languages! This achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our students, parents, and teachers.”