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Northwest ISD Student Spotlights for Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Published Wednesday, February 28, 2018
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Alannis Martinez Escribano

PRAIRIE VIEW ELEMENTARY

Alannis Martinez Escribano

GRADE: 4

PARENTS: William and Gloria Martinez Escribano

FAVORITE SUBJECT: PE

HOBBIES: Playing video game and volleyball

“Alannis always gives 110 percent to her work in an effort to put her best self forward. She is a leader in the classroom and a great role model for our younger Hawks. Alannis helps us to see that, “Everyone has genius.'” – Principal Yolanda Wallace

Parker Hoelzl

SEVEN HILLS ELEMENTARY

Parker Hoelzl

GRADE: 3

PARENTS: Laura and Matt Hoelzl

FAVORITE SUBJECT: “Science, because I am good at it and I have an interest in planets.”

HOBBIES: “I like to collect Legos. I add them to my family’s collection, and we all build things together. I am also a Boy Scout. I enjoy the activities we get to do, like learning about what to do in a natural disaster.”

“Parker is a leader at Seven Hills. His peers say he finishes his work neatly and on time, is a caring friend and is always willing to help. I would have to agree with them. He works very hard at all that he does in class. He is a great partner and teammate. I have seen great synergy in the groups he works with. He has great ideas to share and is always willing to listen to others. During Habit Huddle, when we learn more about the Seven Habits of Happy Kids, I love hearing his insight into the quotes and activities that we do and how he is applying all that he has learned to help him grow as a leader. Parker Hoelzl I am very proud of you. Thank you for shining so bright this year!” – Principal Kim Blackburn

A’Shantia Parker

CHISHOLM TRAIL MIDDLE SCHOOL

A’Shantia Parker

GRADE: 8

PARENTS: Jonathon and Atiya Parker

FAVORITE SUBJECT: math

HOBBIES: A’Shantia stays busy with volleyball, basketball and cheerleading. She enjoys competitive cheerleading, singing and spending time with her family. This year, A’Shantia is taking three Advanced Placement classes and has been accepted into the Academy of Business and Entrepreneurship at Eaton High School for the 2018-2019 school year.

“We are so pleased to have A’Shantia as a Bulldog this year. Her smiling face, pride and work ethic make her a leader among our Bulldogs. A’Shantia is very caring and positive. Her positive attitude has made her adjustment to her new school fast and easy. Her focus on her schoolwork and future are evident by her grades and acceptance into the BME Academy.” – Principal Matrice Raven

Michael Kumlien

NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL

Michael Kumlien

GRADE: 12

PARENTS: Mark and Nichole Moir

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Forensics science

HOBBIES: water skiing and wrestling

“Mikey is an amazing student at NHS. He is very generous with his time and very willing to assist others in need. Mikey is well-respected by his teachers and administrators and performs in and out of the classroom at an exceptional level. Speaking of exceptional, Mikey most recently won his second consecutive state championship in wrestling and was awarded most outstanding wrestler.” – Principal Jason Childress

Mariah Zeigler

EDUCATOR SPOTLIGHT
SEVEN HILLS ELEMENTARY

Mariah Zeigler

POSITION: 5th grade language arts

FAMILY: Husband, Zane Zeigler, dogs, Aurora and Athena, cat, Tucker and horse, Dazzle

EXPERIENCE: 3 years

HOBBIES: Horseback riding and barrel racing. “My students and I have also started virtually fostering a dog, which we are excited about!”

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE EDUCATION AS A PROFESSION? “My story of becoming an educator started in second grade. I had the teacher of a lifetime, who was kind, loving and accepting of mistakes. As I grew up and began thinking of careers, I often thought back to that teacher and her ability to motivate, make students feel special and grow students to their full potential. I knew that education was the path for me and I truly enjoy what I do. I wake up every morning dedicated to trying to be the teacher my students need me to be. I work hard to truly ‘know’ my students. I eat lunch with them. I hang out with them at recess. We talk about their dreams, their fears and their struggles. I do this because the better I know my students’ hearts, the better I can serve them.”

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