MCCSC Students Honored by City Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs
Three students from Bloomington High School South have been selected 2015 Outstanding Latino/Hispanic High School Student by the City of Bloomington Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs.
Students, Juan Pablo Perez Soto, Jose Yamil Adorno Cancel and Ana Olavarrieta, will be nominated to represent Bloomington in the State awards. Student Alexmar Nin-Velez from Bloomington High School North won the State award last year.
The students will receive this recognition from Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan (or one of his office representatives) and the City of Bloomington Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs marking the kick off for the National Hispanic Heritage Month in Bloomington next Tuesday, September 15th in a ceremony at the Mathers Museum.
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