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October Students of the Month

October Female Student of the Month

       Bethany Bayer is the 18-year-old daughter of Kenneth and Diane Bayer.  She is currently ranked first in her class. Her strengths are: Competition, Achiever, Focus, Context and Significance.

       Bethany is the Reporter for the National Honor Society, participates in FFA as their historian, is a member of the Mighty Tiger Band and Link Crew.  She has participated in the Study Abroad program, played Varsity Softball the past three years, and has observed and interned at Methodist Children’s Hospital.

       She has received numerous awards over the years including the outstanding student award for Pre-AP Geography & English I, Algebra II, and Pre-Calculus. Bethany is enrolled in dual credit and Advanced Placement courses. She has received the FFA State Lonestar Degree Award and has won awards with FFA in Public Speaking, Judging, and competed in various stockshows.

       In her spare time, Bethany volunteers with her church Vacation Bible School, does highway clean-ups, goes Christmas caroling at nursing homes, and does Salvation Army bell ringing.

       Upon graduation, Bethany will attend Texas A&M College Station where she plans to major in biomedical sciences.

October Male Student of the Month

       Trent Walker is the 17-year-old son of Jennifer Dominguez and Tim Walker.  He is in the top 10 of his graduating class. His strengths are: Competition, Achiever, Strategic, Futuristic and Relator.

       Trent is a member of the National Honor Society Student Council, and the Mighty Tiger Band where he has been the trumpet section leader for the past two years.  He played football his freshman and sophomore year.

       Trent received the outstanding student award for Advanced Placement English III and has been on the All “A” Honor Roll all four years of high school.  He advanced to UIL State Solo & Ensemble this past year, and he has already received the Davita Scholarship in the amount of $1000.

       He volunteers in an adopt-a-highway campaign and works for Squeak’s Convenience Store after working for FELPS in the summer.

       Trent aspires to attend Rice University, Texas A&M College Station, the University of Texas at Austin, or the Coast Guard Academy where he plans to major in Mechanical Engineering as well as become a member of the Crossmen Drum and Bugle Corps.