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Alvord ISD Student Spotlights for Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Published Wednesday, January 24, 2018
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Aiden Hills

ALVORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Aiden Hills

GRADE: 3

PARENTS: Kris and Kayla Crow

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math

HOBBIES OR ACTIVITIES: Playing football

“Aiden is a very hard worker who always has a great attitude. He is always the first to help or volunteer in the classroom to help classmates or his teachers. With Aiden’s work ethic and good character, he will accomplish great things!” – Principal Bridget Williams

Isabella Campbell

ALVORD MIDDLE SCHOOL

Isabella Campbell

GRADE: 8

PARENTS: Sarah and Joshua Campbell

FAVORITE SUBJECT: English

HOBBIES OR ACTIVITIES: Reading, learning German and Chinese and playing outside.

“Bella is a leader of leaders. She is always thinking of others and puts her best foot forward in all situations. Bella is a student that others look up to. The influence she has reaches outside of our school into our great community as well. She is a joy!” – Principal Jessica Bull

Alondra Bolanos

ALVORD HIGH SCHOOL

Alondra Bolanos

GRADE: 12

PARENTS: Gema Zambrano and Jesus Bolanos

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Government

HOBBIES OR ACTIVITIES: Photography

“Alondra Bolanos is a senior at AHS. She is an outstanding student and has won numerous academic awards during her high school career. She is a very talented photographer and graphic designer. As editor of the AHS yearbook this year, she has shown strong leadership skills to assure all deadlines are met. She plans to go to college and become a pediatric nurse.” – Yearbook adviser DeAnn Nivens

Melissa Bailey

EDUCATOR SPOTLIGHT

ALVORD MIDDLE SCHOOL

Melissa Bailey

POSITION: 7th- and 8th-grade English/language arts

FAMILY: Husband Scott; son Alex and daughter, Cydney

EXPERIENCE: 6 years

HOBBIES: “I love gardening, yardwork and reading. I spend a lot of time watching my daughter play basketball.”

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE EDUCATION AS A PROFESSION?: “From the time I started kindergarten, I have always wanted to teach. I love it because each day is challenging and rewarding. Every day is a chance to make a difference.”

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