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Paradise ISD Student Spotlights for Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Published Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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Laylah Grace

PARADISE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
LAYLAH GRACE

GRADE: Kindergarten

PARENT: Alicia May Grace

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Learning how to do things

ACTIVITIES: Spending time with my family and playing games

“She always has a big smile and a happy attitude. Great Panther!” – Principal Robyn Gibson

Rylee Rogers

PARADISE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
RYLEE ROGERS

GRADE: 5

PARENT: Shari Rogers

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math, “because it is fun!”

ACTIVITIES: Softball and basketball

“Rylee is an outstanding, all-around student. Rylee loves school and everything about it. She works hard at school and has always been on the honor roll. Rylee serves as treasurer for the Paradise Intermediate Student Council. Each morning she jumps out of the car with a huge, infectious smile that brightens everyone’s day.” – Principal Kristin Gage

Blain Warner

PARADISE JUNIOR HIGH
BLAIN WARNER

GRADE: 7

PARENTS: Melissa and Jeff Warner

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math

ACTIVITIES: Volunteers to help young kids at Grace Fellowship, Fellowship of Christian Athletes officer, likes to read, play video games, disc golf, football and dove hunt

“Blain is an excellent young man. He is always at school and on time. He is polite and well-mannered. If he is given any task, you can rest assured that it will be done on time and above expectations. He loves competing on the math and science team and qualified for the state competition last April. He is a great young man and represents his school and family well.” – Principal Greg Fletcher

Hannah Beth Pearson

PARADISE HIGH SCHOOL
HANNAH BETH PEARSON

GRADE: 12

PARENTS: David and Candice Pearson

FAVORITE SUBJECT: English

ACTIVITIES: Basketball, cheerleading, cross country, track, softball, National Honor Society member, senior class vice president, Springtown Church of Christ youth group

“Hannah has been a tremendous asset to Paradise High School. She always has a smile on her face and inspires others. She goes out of her way to support others and encourage them to excel. She decided to try out for the cheerleading squad this year to bring more spirit to the school.” – Principal Mark Mathis

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