Solana Beach School District to honor Student Inspiration Award recipients

Once a year, Solana Beach School District staff selects students from each grade level to receive the district Student Inspiration Award. Areas for selection include:
• Fellowship
• Courage
• Self or Academic Improvement
• Effort
• Community Service
• Leadership

At the regular Board of Education meeting on May 17, district staff and the Board of Education will publicly recognize the following students for unique or exemplary achievements in their nominated category:

Solana Pacific School
Grade 5: Victoria Li (Effort)
Grade 5: Alexandra Sherlock (Effort)
Grade 6: Malvika Jain (Fellowship)
Grade 6: Simon (Jiil) Kim (Effort)

Solana Santa Fe School
Grade K: Arian Kheyrabadi (Courage)
Grade 1: Anwar El Shahawi (Effort)
Grade 2: Sarah Waldman (Leadership)
Grade 3: Jacob Gaines (Courage)
Grade 4: Sheridan O’Coyne (Fellowship)
Grade 5: Noah Alewel (Fellowship)
Grade 6: Samantha Rangel-Lopez (Effort)

Skyline School
Grade 4: Keyli Garibay (Effort)
Grade 4: Maria Jimenez (Fellowship)
Grade 5: Samantha Ramirez (Self or Academic Improvement)
Grade 6: Jack Hargis (Leadership)
Grade 6: Carolyn Knapp (Community Service)

Solana Vista School
Grade K: Sofia Dalhoumi (Fellowship)
Grade 1: Wallace Graziano (Courage)
Grade 2: Freddy Beltran (Effort)
Grade 3: Tigist Lambesis (Effort)

Solana Highlands School
Grade K: Ines Derrien (Effort)
Grade 1: Peyton McKenzie Garand (Courage)
Grade 2: Ryan Deere (Leadership)
Grade 3: Adam Young (Leadership)
Grade 4: Paige Linden (Self or Academic Improvement)

Carmel Creek School
Grade K: Lauren Wilson-Krescanko (Courage)
Grade 1: Alex Cabulio (Leadership)
Grade 2: Kendal Boothman (Fellowship)
Grade 3: Ivar Melin (Effort)
Grade 4: Lucy Reed (Fellowship)

Related posts:

  1. Solana Beach School District selects new superintendent
  2. Solana Beach School District superintendent focused on maintaining district’s excellence
  3. Del Mar school district superintendent announces retirement
  4. Solana Beach’s Skyline School on list of most under-vaccinated kindergartners, according to incomplete chart
  5. OPINION: Del Mar Union School District in desperate need of change Nov. 2

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