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6th Annual Hispanic Heritage Month Essay Contest
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Hispanic Heritage Month Essay Contest Winner - Commack High School
White Plains HS - White Plains, NY
January 10, 2014
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Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina Kadavil, an 11th-grade student at White Plains High School, is the second-place high-school winner in Optimum's Power to Learn sixth annual 'Hispanic Heritage Month' essay contest.  Held at the White Plains Superintendent's office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize.
Hispanic Heritage Essay Contest Winner - Hudson Valley

White Plains High School Junior Raina Kadavil was presented with her 2nd place prize of a laptop computer for her entry into the 6th Annual Hispanic Heritage Essay Contest. Held at the White Plains Superintendentís office, Raina was joined by both of her parents, her teacher Jody Kennedy, Superintendent Timothy Connors, and several other district members as she was awarded her prize. Raina read her essay to the group before accepting her prize.
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