Menifee Valley students honored in February

Seated, from left, Micah Remick of Liberty High School; Jason Lopez of Perris Lake High School; Ariel Avila of Perris High School; Nahokulani Nakasone of Paloma Valley High School and Kaylee Faucher of Heritage High School; standing, from left, program founder Sally Myers, Andrea Mares for Supervisor Chuck Washington, Angelica Austin for state Sen. Kelly Seyarto, Riverside County Office of Education’s Elizabeth Vallejo, Kirk Skorpanich of Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce, Jett Benavidez for U.S. Rep. Ken Calvert, Casey Deaver for state Assemblymember Bill Essayli, Perris Union High School District Superintendent Grant Bennett, Perris City Clerk Nancy Salazar, Menifee Councilmember Bob Karwin, Jerry Sepulveda with Perris Valley Chamber of Commerce and Ricardo Guerrero for Sen. Richard Roth pose for a picture in celebration of honoring Student of the Month Thursday, Feb. 7, at the Perris Sizzler restaurant. Valley News/Courtesy photo
MENIFEE – The Perris Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce held its most recent Student of the Month recognition ceremony Thursday, Feb. 7, at the Perris Sizzler restaurant, 91 W. Nuevo Road. The honored students are nominated by their teachers and staff at their respective school sites and are chosen for their character, integrity, love of learning, ability to persevere and overcome challenging circumstances, community service and how they make a difference on their high school campus.February’s students and their families attended a breakfast sponsored by the Perris and Menifee chambers of commerce, along with local businesses and organizations. Principals, teachers and staff from each high school shared stories about the students and they each rec
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