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April Students of the Month

April Female Student of the Month

     Yvette Machado is the 17-year-old daughter of Diana and David Machado.  She is the salutatorian of the class of 2018 with a 4.0 GPA. Her strengths are Achiever, Discipline, Relator, Learner, and Competition.
     Yvette is a member of the National Honor Society, a member of the FCCLA, and Skills USA.  She has been an active member of the UIL Academics Social Studies team for the past two years placing at District and advancing to Regionals.  Yvette has been on the All “A” Honor Roll for the past four years and received the Outstanding Student Award for Dual Credit US History, Pre-AP Physics, and Pre-AP Geometry.
     Yvette has participated in band, cross country and track, being named Academic All-District for cross country.  She has excelled in Culinary Arts competitions placing 1st and 2nd at Regionals and has advanced at State twice. Yvette will be representing the FHS Culinary Arts program at Disney World competing in Global Cuisine.  She volunteers her time with the local food bank, the San Antonio Rodeo, Elf Louise, and working as a volunteer at gymnastics meets.
     Yvette plans to attend the University of the Incarnate Word to major in Biology for pre-med with the goal of becoming an anesthesiologist. 

 April Male Student of the Month

     Callan Gawlik is the 18-year-old son of Nicole and Nick Gawlik.  He is in the top 10% of his class with a 4.0 GPA. His strengths are Activator, Relator, Strategic, Significance and Futuristic.
     Callan is a member of the National Honor Society, Link Crew and is the captain of the Varsity Tiger Baseball Team.  He has been recognized as Academic All-District his sophomore and junior years and received 2nd team All-District honors his sophomore year and 1st team All-District honors his junior year.  Callan has received the Outstanding Physics Student award and has been on the All “A” Honor Roll for all four years of high school.
     Callan works as a teacher’s aide at Floresville South Elementary and spent his summer working as a helper with the maintenance department.  He volunteers with highway and cemetery clean-ups through his church, working baseball concession stands, and hanging peanuts for the Peanut Festival.
     Callan plans to attend St. Mary’s University where he intends to study engineering and will be a member of the Rattler baseball team.