Sheriff praises Hamilton High School Student of the Month

Outstanding student senior Ashlynn Rozzo is recognized for her leadership and awarded Student of the Month at Hamilton High School. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo

Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Hemet Station Resource Officer Steve Enoch gave recognition on social media to the Anza high school’s Student of the Month Thursday, Jan. 18.

The message posted on the Hemet Sheriff’s Station Facebook page read, “Giving a big shout out to Ashlynn Rozzo, a senior at Hamilton High School. Ashlynn was recognized for her leadership and awarded Student of the Month at Hamilton High School.”

Rozzo is the senior class president and captain of the school’s girls wrestling team. She has been accepted into several colleges, although she has not decided which one she wants to attend.

A photo of Enoch and Rozzo was featured on the Sheriff’s Facebook post.

“We are beyond proud of her and wish her the most success in all her future endeavors. Keep it up Ashlynn,” wrote the Hemet Sheriff’s Station.

“She’s amazing,” said Hamilton High School teacher Rio Clawson. “I have learned so much from teaching this incredible girl for 3 years.”

The Hemet Unified School District values its partnership with the Hemet Police Department and Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, according to their website. The District is proud to work alongside local law enforcement as they work to provide a safe learning environment for students and staff.

In addition to providing School Resource Officers for HUSD schools, both agencies have participated in various school and District events. This collaboration is indicative of the passion the HUSD community has in helping its youth succeed.

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Diane Sieker