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Meyers students excel in Spanish Examinations


February 16. 2013 5:43PM


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Several world language students from E.L. Meyers Junior-Senior High School received national and local chapter recognition for their performance on the 2012 National Spanish Examinations. Jessica Narveza and Fernando Ramirez received trophies from the local chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. They also were awarded silver medals at the national level. Anzhela Turyanytsya, Michelle Chavez, Eric Smith and Brooke Yanovich won local and national honorable mention awards. Darlene Abraham, Jaqueline Hernandez and Ana Maria Mejia also won national honorable mention. Meyers Spanish teachers are Tamara Pegarella and Susan LaCoe. Award winners, from left, first row, are Mejia, Hernandez, Narveza, Yanovich and Chavez. Second row: Pegarella, Turyanytsya, Smith, Abraham and LaCoe.




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