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Student Spotlight: Hairon

Student Spotlight: Hairon

The Juvenile Court and Community Schools student representative on the San Diego County Board of Education for March was Hairon, a ninth grader at Escondido Community School.

Principal Oscar Felix shared with the board that Hairon was recognized for his school involvement and community service. He is excelling both academically and in sports, including soccer, swimming, taekwondo, and running. Hairon has also completed 24 hours of community service through the achievement center with the COMPACT program in just two months.

“He is an integral part of our community, consistently demonstrating our North Region three Rs – respect, responsibility, and resiliency,” Felix said. 

The freshman hopes to finish high school and major in engineering in college. 

He thanked his teachers, Andrew Bye and Pam Berlinguette, who have helped him by encouraging him to make better decisions and allowing him to work at his own pace. He also thanked his mom for getting him to school every day. 

Hairon advises other JCCS students to “do the work that they must do, be respectful, and take advantage of the opportunities presented when you attend a JCCS school.”

Each month, the San Diego County Board of Education recognizes a student from Juvenile Court and Community Schools at its regular meeting.

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