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2019 grads receive Seal of Biliteracy

pvhs students hold their seal of biliteracy certificates

For the first year in which students could graduate from 27J having earned the Colorado Seal of Biliteracy, twelve gradutes accomplished the feat.

The following students from Prairie View High earned the seal: Avril Cruz, Yaneth Dominguez Caraveo, Natalie Diaz Loya, Jazmin Gomez, Camila Jimenez, Hadamarys Martinez Loya, Mariana Montalvan, Marian Duque Montoya, Joana Quintana, Antonio Saucido-Alcantar Jr and Viviana Soto.

Brighton High student Angel Dario Zamarron was also awarded the seal. He is pictured with 27J Instructional Specialist Lucia Gonzales (left) and 27J Teacher on Special Assignment Jordan Marshall (right.)

BHS graduate Angel Dario Zamarron holds diploma

The Seal of Biliteracy is an award given by a school, district, BOCES or state to recognize students who have studied and attained proficiency in two or more languages by high school graduation.