Michelle Chinchilla, Annalise Maldonado, Emily Molinet, Dionel Gomez, Mia Fernandez, Michael Gutierrez, Myles Daguer, Katie Martinez, Alaine Incera, Marianne Iriza and Jemiah Termilu were winners of the Jennifer Beth Turken Heart Award for their acts of kindness towards their peers. Students are pictured with Dana Turken, Clarie Warren and Principal Maria Costa.
Michelle Chinchilla, Annalise Maldonado, Emily Molinet, Dionel Gomez, Mia Fernandez, Michael Gutierrez, Myles Daguer, Katie Martinez, Alaine Incera, Marianne Iriza and Jemiah Termilu were winners of the Jennifer Beth Turken Heart Award for their acts of kindness towards their peers. Students are pictured with Dana Turken, Clarie Warren and Principal Maria Costa.
Michelle Chinchilla, Annalise Maldonado, Emily Molinet, Dionel Gomez, Mia Fernandez, Michael Gutierrez, Myles Daguer, Katie Martinez, Alaine Incera, Marianne Iriza and Jemiah Termilu were winners of the Jennifer Beth Turken Heart Award for their acts of kindness towards their peers. Students are pictured with Dana Turken, Clarie Warren and Principal Maria Costa.

School Scene: Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center students earn Turken Heart Award

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