Palmer Trinity School’s Spanish Team wins first place

 <span class="cutline_leadin">SPANISH TEAM VICTORY</span>: Palmer Trinity School’s Spanish Team members stand with their parents as they hold their first-place trophy from the State Spanish Conference in Orlando.
SPANISH TEAM VICTORY: Palmer Trinity School’s Spanish Team members stand with their parents as they hold their first-place trophy from the State Spanish Conference in Orlando.

Palmer Trinity School’s Spanish Team recently won first place in the Division Two Category at the Florida State Spanish Conference in Orlando. These students also received the highest honor of Outstanding Performance.

Participants included Trinidad Rodriguez- Rittenhouse, Carlos Garces, Tiana Krstajic, Valentina Zabala, Maria Perez- Hickam, Mario Benedetti, Alberto Parra, Rodrigo Pecchio, Nicolas Moscoso, Guillermo Bonet, Raul Gonzalez, Raul Gonzalez Sr., Susanna Albarran, Fabiana Vivacqua, Alejandro Martinez- Oletta, Ana Martinez- Oletta, Andres Castaneda, Alejandro Rey, Valentina Marnnella and Alessia Pecchio.

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