October 2019 Panthers of the Month

October 2019 Panthers of the Month

H.T. Faulk Elementary School
FaulkPOMOctYadira Guajardo

Yadira is the daughter of Suheidi Guajardo and Jorge Perales. Yadira is in the first grade currently at H.T. Faulk Elementary. In her spare time, Yadira enjoys watching t.v. and playing outside. She also likes to play with her cat Marshmallow. Yadira has an older brother Jorge and an older sister Yulissa. She also has two nieces Yaretzi and Yzabella. She likes school because she gets to learn and go to recess. Her favorite color is blue. When Yadira grows up, she wants to be a teacher.

Yadira was selected as “Panther of the Month” because she is a dedicated student. She is caring and nurturing with other students and is quick to help wherever is needed. She follows school rules and makes good choices. H.T. Faulk Elementary is proud to have Yadira Guajardo as their Panther of the Month.

Charlie Marshall Elementary School
CMESPOMOctEdward Woorlich

Edward is the son of Ingrid Woorlich and Sam Weavers and is a 4th grade student at Charlie Marshall Elementary. He has one little sister named Katherine who is 5 years old. He currently has two dogs. His favorite hobbies are drawing and playing outside. Edward's favorite color is blue and his favorite subject in school is computer class. He likes school because he can learn and be with his friends. Edward wants to become a professional artist when he grows up.

Edward was selected as “Panther of the Month” because he is always respectful and always puts others first. We are very proud of his hard work and dedication. Please join us in congratulating Edward Woorlich He is one of the many bright stars we have at Charlie Marshall Elementary School.

A.C. Blunt Middle School
Colton Themis

Colton is a 7th grade student. In his spare time, Colton does his chores, which consist of feeding and giving water to the dogs, and washing the dishes. He also does his homework. Colton’s favorite subjects in school are math and science. He likes science because he enjoys the hands-on projects and likes math because he enjoys learning new things. When Colton graduates from high school, he definitely wants to be a computer programmer – he really likes computers and enjoys working on them.

We are proud to have such a great and hard-working student like Colton Themis represent A.C. Blunt as the October Panther of the Month.

Aransas Pass High School 
POMAPHSOctLalu Perez

Lalu Christina Perez is the daughter of Tina West. Lalu is a senior at Aransas Pass High School and has been in many clubs and organizations including National Honor Society for 3 years, Student Advisory Council for 2 years, and Student Council for 2 years. Lalu was nominated president and representative for her junior year, has been playing the flute for 7 years, and has been in volleyball for 6 years. Lalu plans to attend Del Mar College when she graduates from High School to get her basics and then transfer to Texas A&M Corpus to pursue a career in Business and Management.

Lalu was selected as “Panther of the Month” because she is a dedicated student. She is always polite, and willing to help in any situation. Aransas Pass High School is proud to have Lalu Perez as their Panther of the Month.

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