William Floyd High School Students Honored at Brookhaven Town Hispanic Heritage Celebration
Local News, School & Education
By Long Island News & PR
Published: November 08 2017
The students were selected for achieving a grade point average of 95 or higher.
Town of Brookhaven Hispanic Heritage honorees Jonathan Pesantez-Medina, Sandra Vivar Marin, Kellin Amaya, Michelle Lara, Britney Peralta, Brianna Gulli and Carlos Martinez-Mejia.
Photo by: William Floyd School District
Farmingville, NY - November 8, 2017 - Seven William Floyd High School students were recently honored at the fourth annual Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration hosted by the Town of Brookhaven Hispanic Advisory Board. These seven students – Kellin Amaya, Brianna Gulli, Michelle Lara, Carlos Martinez-Mejia, Britney Peralta, Jonathan Pesantez-Medina and Sandra Vivar Marin – were selected for achieving a grade point average of 95 or higher.
The Brookhaven Town Hispanic Advisory Board was established in 2013 to help improve cultural understanding between the Hispanic community, civic and business leaders, Brookhaven government and town residents. The mission of the board is to discuss and address issues of importance and relevance to the Hispanic community and make recommendations regarding proposed legislation to the Brookhaven Town Board.