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“Stellar Students” recognized at State Capitol

Laura Rogel Moreno, Anthony Politi, Truman Osburn, and Sirey Zhang represented cherry creek schools among 15 other students. Four students from Cherry Creek Schools were among 15 young people honored as “Stellar Students” by Rep. Daniel Kagan on April 29 at the State Capitol.

Rep. Kagan, who represents House District 3, recognized one student from each school in his district. The students were selected by their schools on the basis of their extraordinary academic performance, athletic ability, artistic ability, extracurricular involvement, ability to overcome adverse situations or another characteristic that sets them apart from other students.

“I believe it is important to recognize exceptional students and to introduce them to the political process,” said Rep. Kagan in his letter to the schools.

Congratulations to:
•    Laura Rogel Moreno, fifth-grader, High Plains Elementary
•    Anthony Politi, eighth-grader, Campus Middle School
•    Truman Osburn, eighth-grader, West Middle School
•    Sirey Zhang, senior, Cherry Creek High School

Posted 5/6/2016 4:25 PM
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