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LHS Students become Experts and Specialists

LaBelle – The Business Department at LaBelle High School had a record number of Microsoft Office Experts and Microsoft Office Specialists during the 2017-18 school year. There was a total of 22 different students who were Microsoft Experts in MS-Word or MS-Excel. Four of those students, Neydel Rego, Sergio Coronilla, Justin Curtis and Blayne Boyett were expert in both MS-Word and MS-Excel. There were 64 freshmen who received the Microsoft Office Specialist certification as well as 33 sophomores, 7 juniors and 9 seniors. In order to become a Microsoft Office Specialist, you must pass three separate certification tests. Our students all passed MS-Word, MS-Excel, and MS-PowerPoint. To become an expert you must first have your Microsoft Office Specialist certification and then pass two Expert certification tests in MS-Word or MS-Excel (or in the case of the four boys, all Expert tests for MS-Word and MS-Excel) LaBelle High School also added CIW-Internet Business Association certification this year. We had 91 students who certified in it.

Ninth graders that received their CIW-Internet Business Associate certification are Nyah Aguilar, Nicholas Alonzo, Jose Andrade, Daniel Angeles, Milan Barbaria, Mario Bustamante, Vivian Castro, Alexandra Davis, Sebastian Flores, Austin Fradenburg, Andre Fundora, Carlos Gonzalez, Gustavo Hernandez, Luis Hernandez-Trejo, Alejandro Jimenez, Jose Jimenez, Yuridia Lora, Zachery Mann, Taylor Martin, Lane Merchant, Aidan Molina, Abbey Parantha, Magda Pedraza, Renier Pupo, Eric Giovanny Reyes, Herman Rodriguez, Kristy Salgado, CJ Siner, Benjamin Suggs, Cal Walker, Judith Warren, Dylann White, Joshua White, Brandon Williams, Yahaira Zamora-Reyes, and Elizabeth Zuniga-Martinez.

Tenth graders receiving the CIW-Internet Business Associate certification were Stephany Aguilar, Oswaldo Beltran, Blayne Boyett, Cinthya Chavez, Madelynn Coker, Lillian Collier, Josh Coronado, Raymond Delgado-Zamora, Eric Escobedo, Adrian Gaucin, Savannah Green, Carolina Hernandez, Nayeli Hernandez, Angel Loreto, Genesis Madrid, Zane Marroquin, Paul Morrison, Lauren O’Donnell, John Quinn, Yesenia Ramirez, Juan Resendiz, Kevin Rojas, Taylor Sanchez, Boe Walker, Dillon White and Richard York.

Juniors receiving the CIW-Internet Business Associate certification are Alejandro Abrego, Jadan Alderman, Colin Battams, Marcos Cruz, Jaime Deras, James English, Eva Espinoza, Mackenzie Muniz, Tyler Nesbitt, Ashley Nixon, Hunter O’Donnell, Alexandria Perez, Giselle Ramirez, Ceasar Rodriguez, Kayla Thompson, Tristan Tindall, and Joe Vidaurri.

Seniors passing the CIW-Internet Business Associate certification test were Jaden Alderman, Lucila Arrieta, Berniece Cervantes, Juan Coronado, Rene Gomez, Alexander Maldonado, Jason Mathis, David Maxwell, Ricardo Moreno, Zachary Price, Giancarlo Ramirez, and Miguel Roderick. There were also seven individuals that received their Adobe PhotoShop certification. They are: Alberto Cabana, James Wyatt English, Sergio Coronado, Joey Garcia, Zane Marroquin, Fernando Santiago, and Arnulfo Villicana.

9th grade Microsoft Office Specialists are as follows: Stephanie Alvarado, Jose Andrade, Fernando Aragus, Gabriel Arriola, Dylan Berden, Xavier Boyce, Shelbie Burtchaell, Mario Bustamante, Mia Castano, Roger Castro, Yasmin Ceballo, Naomi Sarahi Cervantes, Maria Deras, Kyle Gallegos, Val Godwin, Carlos Gonzalez, Cristian Guzman, Alyssa Paige Harrell, Gustavo Hernandez, Teresa Hernandez, Luis Hernandez-Trejo, Kaily Herrold, Miah Hipple, Ethan Holt, Alejandro Jimenez, Jose Jimenez, Shakiya Elaine Johnson, Kevin Luna, Jose Madrid, Isyss Savannah Maldonado, Zachery Mann, Lucia Martinez, Kyla Miller, Andy Moreno, Abbey Parantha, Gianni Perez, Noarsy Perle, Isabel Puente, Renier Pupo, Jaden Razo, Jaden Razo, Eric Giovanny Reyes, Jose Reyes, Marcos Rico, Angeles Daniel Romero, Jose Salgado, Yamilex Salinas, Sofia Del Carmen Sanchez, Christopher Siner, Sarah Snow, Benjamin Suggs, Xavier Vargas, Mari Veliz, Melissa Verduzco, Soraya Villafuerte, William Villegas, Luis Vizcarra, Cal Walker, Kai Watson, Josh White, and Brandon Williams.

10th grade Microsoft Office Specialists are: Stephany Aguilar, Oswaldo Beltran, Lillian Collier, Anna Pearl Cook, Jorge Coronilla, Tyler Curl, Lesly Dominguez-Giron, Noah Garza, Omar Gonzales, Nalani Gonzalez, Omar Gonzalez, Savannah Greene, Carolina Hernandez, Kurt Holt, Chloe Horton, Karem Juarez, Alea Madrid, Juan Madrid, Anamaria Mendoza, Oscar Mondragon, Esly Monjaras, Ezequiel Moreno, Kristina Noguez, Marisol Noguez, Katie Pacheco, Celeste Perez, Veronica Perez, Miguel Ramos, Alexis Rivera, Rosy Rosas, Ricardo Santos, Yadira Torres, and Jesus Villagomez.

11th grade Microsoft Office Specialists are: Autumn Durrance, Guillermo Escobedo, Kameron Higginbotham, Ryan Perry, Agustin Resendiz, Gisselle Robles, and Eduardo Ramirez-Trejo

12th grade Microsoft Office Specialists are: (not pictured) Emilie Hull, Neven Kuzmanovic, Eduardo Lazalde, Monique Loreto, Maria Mendoza, Freddy Mendez, Marquis Mitchell, Leslie Rubira, and Maria Villeda.

Microsoft Office Experts are as follows:
10th graders: Blayne Boyett (Word & Excel), Katherine Aguirre-Gallardo, Ethan Blanset, Abigail Casillas, Avelardo Esquivel, Angel Loreto, Katelyn Mann, Zane Marroquin, Maria Morales, Yesenia Ramirez, Elizabeth Raya, Juan Resendiz, Edilia Rodriguez, Boe Walker and Serafin Zuniga.

11th graders: Justin Curtis, Sergio Coronado (both Word & Excel); Ruben Martinez, Ashley Nixon, and Frank Puletti

12th graders: (not pictured) Neydel Rego (both Word & Excel), and Viviana Guerrero