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March Students of the Month

March Female Student of the Month 

        Victoria “Tori” Carter is the 18-year-old daughter of Sam and Amy Carter.  She is in the top 5% of her graduating class with an overall 4.0 GPA. Her strengths are Competition, Achiever, Input, Adaptability and Relator.

       Tori has been a cheerleader for four years, serving as Varsity captain for the past two.  She plays the French Horn in the Mighty Tiger Band and is an active member of the National Honor Society.  She has served as the Class of 2018 Vice President for four years and has run cross country and track.  Tori serves on the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Committee as well as the Principal’s Advisory Committee, and, in 2016, she participated on the District Core Beliefs Committee.

       Tori takes all advanced classes and has received the Palo Alto Part-Time President’s Honors and been on the all “A” Honor Roll for four years.  She volunteers with Relay for Life and teaches Vacation Bible School.  She is a junior member of the Floresville Musical Club which she represented in the Peanut Festival.  She plans to major in Biology at the University of Texas in Austin and plans to become a pediatric neurologist. 

March Male Student of the Month

        Jake Guerrero is the 18-year-old son of Valerie and Jason Guerrero.  He is in the top of his class. His strengths are Learner, Achiever, Self-Assurance, Responsibility and Competition.

       Jake is an active member of the National Honor Society and the Mighty Tiger Band serving as the captain of the drum section this year.  He has received the Outstanding Business Student award and received honors at UIL solo and ensemble.  He is in all advanced classes, a member of the Student Council and a member of the Varsity Tiger Soccer team.

Jake volunteers with Relay for Life and participates in Adopt a Highway; he also volunteers to paint over graffiti.  He has worked with his father during the summers for the past nine years.    

 Jake will be attending Texas Tech University his first two years of college and then plans to join the Marine Corps. He then plans to complete a Civil Engineering Degree at Texas Tech and graduate as an officer of the United States Marine Corps.