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The winners of Student of the Week (Week 1, April) are:


Pedro Gonzalez Reyes – Teacher: Harback

Nancy Ramirez – Teacher: Chambliss

Carlos Rodriguez – Teacher: Hammid

James Black – Teacher: DeAvila

Victoria Ayala – Teacher: Wolfe


Please have the winners go to the Highlands Spirit Store during lunch next Wednesday to select their prize.  

Congratulations to all the winners.


Thank you Team Highlands for everything you do to recognize our students' success! 


                          Willam Root

William Root


James Black

Motocross Competitor



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Spotlight on James Black – Motocross Competitor


James is a dedicated motocross competitor in the Sacramento area. He has been riding dirt bikes since his father gave him a Pee Wee 50 cc bike for his third birthday.  You could say that at that point James joined his family’s motocross tradition.


James has ridden for both the Kawasaki team and, currently, for the Yamaha team.  His switch to Yamaha came as his contract with Kawasaki was about to expire and he had a desire to try something new.  Yamaha approached him with a contract to ride for them that he accepted.


James is but one of the many outstanding students at Highlands High School with interesting outside hobbies and goals.  To keep his school-life and sports-life in balance, James says that he always gets his school work done as soon as possible so that he can use his evenings and weekends to practice motocross.  Per his Dad and sponsor’s requirements, he must maintain his grades to keep riding.


James’ advice to young riders interested in motocross is to commit yourself 100% and always push to do your best or don’t start.  He said that “you don’t jump into motocross, you are born into it.”

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