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Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo announced the recipients of the 2023 Young Community Leader Awards, a program aimed at recognizing and honoring exceptional students within the 40th Assembly District.

These awards are designed to acknowledge students who exemplify leadership qualities, demonstrate a passion for community or volunteerism, exhibit resilience and persistence, and display empathy and compassion for their peers and the broader community. 

Young Community Award Recepients:

Albert Einstein High School

Jazmin De La Cruz 

Robin Hernandez 

Castaic Middle School

Griffin Whitlach 

Andres Mejia Lopez 

Chatsworth Park Urban Planning and Community Magnet Elementary School

Mina Amiry 

Isabella Gomez 

Connor Jones 

Frost Middle School 

Natalie Michels 

Ethan Kilimnik 

Jackson Kimball 

Golden Valley High School

Danielle Cox 

John F. Kennedy High School S

elkie Manugian 

Alyssa Encina 

Athena Rigopoulos 

Ashley Richard-Gantka Mazel Ceniza 

Talia Goldin 

Mint Canyon Community School

Antonio Breckenridge 

Keily Gonzalez De Leon 

Santiago Chavez 

Mitchell Community School

Jesus Sanchez 

Lauren Crawford 

Nathan Blodgett 

Newhall Elementary School

Natalia Brynjolfsdottir 

Maria Valadez 

Nathalia Alvarez 

Peachland Elementary School

Amelia Mercy 

Edward Estrada 

Pico Canyon Elementary

Noah Del Torro 

Savannah Dameron 

Braeden Krevor 

Madeline Krevor 

Divya Tata 

Elijah Kang 

Rancho Pico Junior High

Tristyn Nelson 

Adhvika Ram 

Govind Sudan 

Caleb Jones-Moreno 

Valley Charter Middle School

Valeria Martinez 

Ixchel Robles 

Max Mitchell 

Vintage Math, Science, Technology Magnet 

Elliott Trainor 

Alexander Carcano 

Jason Blalock 

West Creek Academy 

Packiya Ramalingham 

Jason Tan 

Allison Griffiths 

Wiley Canyon Elementary

Jaxon Choy 

Schiavo expressed her gratitude for the dedication and hard work of educators, administrators, and principals within the 40th Assembly District. Their tireless efforts in supporting the growth and development of students make these awards possible. 

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