The Bee's 2016 Academic All-Stars. Top row, from left: first grade, Holly Weber, Quail Lake Environmental Charter School; second grade, Kayla Rose Kandarian, Marshall Elementary; third grade, Emily Epperly, Dailey Elementary; fourth grade, Amber Chavero, Fremont Elementary; fifth grade, Kali Nishimine, Valley Oak Elementary; sixth grade, Carter Williams, Fort Washington Elementary. Bottom row, from left: seventh grade, Tiaa Bland, West Fresno Middle; eighth grade, Rafael Bryant, Computech Middle; ninth grade, Ecy King, Clovis West High; 10th grade, Andee Poole, Hallmark Charter School; 11th grade, Chiazo Agina, Sanger High; 12th grade, Adrian Figueroa, Tranquillity High.
The Bee's 2016 Academic All-Stars. Top row, from left: first grade, Holly Weber, Quail Lake Environmental Charter School; second grade, Kayla Rose Kandarian, Marshall Elementary; third grade, Emily Epperly, Dailey Elementary; fourth grade, Amber Chavero, Fremont Elementary; fifth grade, Kali Nishimine, Valley Oak Elementary; sixth grade, Carter Williams, Fort Washington Elementary. Bottom row, from left: seventh grade, Tiaa Bland, West Fresno Middle; eighth grade, Rafael Bryant, Computech Middle; ninth grade, Ecy King, Clovis West High; 10th grade, Andee Poole, Hallmark Charter School; 11th grade, Chiazo Agina, Sanger High; 12th grade, Adrian Figueroa, Tranquillity High.
The Bee's 2016 Academic All-Stars. Top row, from left: first grade, Holly Weber, Quail Lake Environmental Charter School; second grade, Kayla Rose Kandarian, Marshall Elementary; third grade, Emily Epperly, Dailey Elementary; fourth grade, Amber Chavero, Fremont Elementary; fifth grade, Kali Nishimine, Valley Oak Elementary; sixth grade, Carter Williams, Fort Washington Elementary. Bottom row, from left: seventh grade, Tiaa Bland, West Fresno Middle; eighth grade, Rafael Bryant, Computech Middle; ninth grade, Ecy King, Clovis West High; 10th grade, Andee Poole, Hallmark Charter School; 11th grade, Chiazo Agina, Sanger High; 12th grade, Adrian Figueroa, Tranquillity High.

Meet The Bee’s 2016 Academic All-Stars

June 12, 2016 07:00 AM

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