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March Students of the Month

 

The March Female Student of the Month is Heather Montoya.  She is the daughter of Helen and Poli Montoya.  Her strengths are Strategic, Achiever, Competition, Woo, and Belief.

Heather has excelled in both academics and extracurricular activities throughout her career at FHS.  She is ranked number four in her class and has consistently been on the all A Honor Roll.  Heather is President of the National Honor Society and has been a member of the Link Crew since her junior year.  She has had perfect attendance all four years of high school and received the Outstanding Student Award for Pre-AP Chemistry her sophomore year.

Heather joined the Catholic Daughters of the Americas in 8th grade and was elected reporter her junior year and currently serves as President and she is active in her church ACTS group. Heather participates in Business Professionals of America competing on the Human Resource Management and Global Marketing teams.  She has been a member of the Jaguar softball team since her freshman year and is currently the pitcher and short-stop. Heather has received numerous awards for her athletic accomplishment, including All-District Honorable Mention, Academic All-District and All-Tourney for several tournaments.

When Heather is not busy with schoolwork or athletics, she volunteers in the community working with her church’s Vacation Bible School, reading at church, participating in the district-wide Veteran’s Day Ceremony, Christmas caroling at the Veteran’s Home and assisting at the Garden Day at the Alternative Campus.  She is employed with Floresville High School via the AVID program as a tutor for underclassmen.

Upon graduation, Heather plans to attend UTSA or Texas State where she plans to major in Criminal Justice with a study towards Pre-Law.

 

 The March Male Student of the Month is Michael Collings.  Michael is the son of Dean and Sandra Collings.  His strengths are Achiever, Responsibility, Competition, Input, and Significance.

Michael is in the top 15% of his graduating class.  He has consistently been on the A/B Honor Roll for all four years of high school.  Michael has also had perfect attendance since his freshman year.  He is a member in good standing in the National Honor Society, Link Crew and the AFJROTC for the past four years.

Michael has been a trainer with the athletic department for the past three years, acting as head student athletic trainer this year.  As a trainer, he is responsible for ensuring student health and safety for all athletic events throughout the year.  Michael has been promoted through ROTC beginning as a leader for Delta Flight and Flight Sergeant his freshman year and was inducted into the Kitty Hawk Air Society.  Currently, Michael is the Corps Commander, leading 110 members, as well as a member of the Armed Drill Team and Color Guard teams.  He has been selected to attend the AFJROTC Cadet Leadership Course as a Cadet Officer chosen from hundreds of cadets.

Upon graduation in June, Michael will be attending Schreiner University where he plans to work towards a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology in preparation for a career in trauma surgery.