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May Students of the Month

May Female Student of the Month

Breanna Pianfetti is the 18 year-old daughter of Kristie Mannix and Daniel Pianfetti.  She is one of the top-ten students in the graduating class, ranking number four. Her strengths are: Achiever, Learner, Deliberative, Competition and Strategic.

Breanna has been an active member of various organizations at Floresville High School.  She played soccer and basketball her freshman, sophomore, and junior years, and has participated in the Mighty Tiger Band all four years of high school, serving as drum major for the past two years.  She was a Link Crew leader her junior year and has been in NHS for the past two years.  She has been recognized for All-A Honor Roll all 4 years of high school and received the Outstanding Student Award for Pre-AP English I and Pre-AP Physics.  She has also been recognized for Honorable Mention All-District and Academic All-District for both soccer and basketball.

When Breanna is not busy with her academics, she volunteers with the sixth grade beginning band at the middle school and gives of her time with the Alternative School Garden Day and the high school UIL Academic Meet.

Breanna has been accepted to the University of Alabama where she was recently selected to play the trombone for the Million Dollar Band of the University of Alabama.  She plans to major in Public Relations and hopes to become a press secretary for government officials.


May Male Student of the Month

Joshua Balboa is the 18-year old son of Pamela and Marcelo Balboa.  He is in the top ten percent of the graduating class and has taken all of the advanced classes that FHS has to offer. His strengths are: Deliberative, Strategic, Achiever, Intellection and Competition.

Joshua is a member of the National Honor Society and the high school culinary arts program.  He works for his family on their farm which produces fresh foods that are sold at the Farmer’s Markets held in San Antonio each weekend.  This work with the farm helps him in his culinary arts work with the freshest foods available.

When not working on the family farm or at the Farmer’s Market, Joshua volunteers his time with the FHS Culinary Arts program.  He has assisted with serving meals at various events around Floresville including serving meals for Central Office events, civic organization meetings, and FHS events.  

Joshua plans to attend the University of Texas at San Antonio where he will major in mathematics.  Joshua is very grateful for the opportunities he has been afforded while at FHS, especially in being able to serve the community and give back to it.