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Pioneer Preparatory School (USA)

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This is our Team
Our city: Phoenix, AZ
Our country: United States of America
Our timezone: Mountain Standard Time (GMT-7)
Our longitude is: 33° 45' W
Our latiude is: 112° 07' W

We wear these clothes: We sometimes wear southwestern clothing, like cowboy boots and hats. Usually, we wear jeans, t-shirts, cargo, athletic wear, shorts in the summer and tennis shoes. In the summer, we often wear sandals because it gets so hot.

We eat these foods: We eat tamales, pizza, posole, menudo, chorizo y huevos (eggs and a type of spicy pork meat), hot wings, ribs, sushi, deer, chicken, burgers, macaroni and cheese.

We grow these foods: In our environment, some of the crops that grow naturally are corn, eggplants, beets, tomatoes, chile, strawberries, oranges, grapefruit, lemons, watermelon, guavas and pomegranates.

We practice these religions: Catholicism (Christianity) Mormons Atheism/Agnosticism

We speak these languages: Spanish English Chinese (Mandarin) ("Spanglish")

These animals live in our area: Cats Dogs (chihuahuas, pitbulls) Mountain Lions Wild birds Roadrunners Snakes (rattlesnakes) Gila monsters Cockroaches Eagles Quails Scorpions

These industries support our local economy: Walmart Ross/Department Clothing Stores Home Depot ConAir McDonalds (fast food industry) Mechanics/Auto Industry Restaurants/Food Industry (Mexican-American food restaurants) Food Factories Coca Cola Factory Plumbing/House Fix Ups Amazon Warehouse

We use these types of transportation: Motorcycles Electric Train (Light Rail) Cars Airplanes Bus Bikes Walk

These are our Nominees
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Anthony Best
Resident:Phoenix, AZ
Photographer:Adriana Nunez
Mr. Best has benefited our community by helping to create the school, Pioneer Preparatory. He helped many students in the neighborhood. He has inspired people because he followed through on his dream to build a school and he made it possible. Students respect him because he is the leader of the school. He's helped many children to get a good education.

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