Bluejay Leaders are respectful, responsible and safe

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Fourth grade Bluejay Leaders were, front row from left, Kaitlyn Leber, Gavin Kercheval, Mia Munoz, Alexa Garcia, Alexa Nelson and Rachael Kares; back row from left, Anthony Weimer, Kevin Cortes, Jose Vargas, Maya McDowell, Jayden Quillen and Andy Rivera.

The Perry Elementary School has announced its latest round of Bluejay Leaders, a monthly selection of students commended for displaying respectful, responsible, and safe behavior throughout the school, according to Perry Elementary School Dean of Students Ned Menke.

Bluejay Leaders for December included kindergarteners Adoni Silva, Kylee Hochstetler, Addison Carlson, Mackinzie Lilley, Dylan Pennington, Aubrie Deaton, Jadelyn Hoffman, Steven Mena, Leonardo Medina, Halley Mion, George Krohn, Precious Nicolaisen and Jonathan Romero.

First grade Bluejay Leaders were Lily Myers, Nick Turner, Emely Hurtado, Aleah Karolus, Jayden Champagne, Rylan Modlin, Daniela Galindo, Sandra Banales, Dakota Hines, Angie Orellana, Myles Mosher and Noah Goodman.

Bluejay Leaders in second grade were Karagyn Whelchel, Cayden Hay, Coral Sanchez, Brandon Lopez, Benjamin Guevara, Andrea Goehring, Cadence Conrad, Jacob Morales, Ximena Calderon, Oneida Hernandez, Michael Alberto and Brandon Reyes-Guevara.

Third grade Bluejay Leaders were Reese Baxter, Madison Stika, Joshua Barajas-Rios, Valentina Mion, Cruz Alonzo, Gloria Galan, Kenneth Martinez, Denise Rivera, Jackson Loyd, Karina Garcia, Derrick Wood and Christian Pavlica.

Fourth grade Bluejay Leaders were Kaitlyn Leber, Gavin Kercheval, Mia Munoz, Alexa Garcia, Alexa Nelson, Rachael Kares, Anthony Weimer, Kevin Cortes, Jose Vargas, Maya McDowell, Jayden Quillen and Andy Rivera.

Leading the Bluejay Leaders were fifth grades Hailey Peterson, Kai Hemphill, Natalie Guardado, Madison Megarit, Chad Gray, Alona Moreland, Christian Garrido, Katelynn Pentico, Anthony Chavez and Julian Guzman.

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