Power Ranch art students earn state recognition

Ten students from Power Ranch Elementary School in the Higley Unified School District were recognized for their work by the Arizona Department of Education over the summer, according to a press release.
All the students received honorable mention ribbons in the department’s Leading Change art contest. The student’s work was on display for three days during the department’s summer conference in Tucson. It was viewed by more than 800 superintendents, principals, school leaders and guests.
The winning students still attending Power Ranch Elementary School are: Alexandria Boese, Eliana Johnson, Caroline Arroyo, Kaliani Kemp, Kassandra Campos and Sophia Marquart.

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