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Northwest ISD Student Spotlights for Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Published Wednesday, January 3, 2018
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Elise Contreras

PRAIRIE VIEW ELEMENTARY

Elise Contreras

GRADE: 3

PARENTS: Beau and Rasheda Contreras

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Reading and writing

ACTIVITIES: Soccer, Student Lighthouse Team, UIL, Destination Imagination.

“Elise is a leader at PVE. You can often find her giving tours of our school to guests. She is intelligent and confident. She is a true example of a PVE leader.” – Principal Yolanda Wallace

Savannah Howard

SEVEN HILLS ELEMENTARY

Savannah Howard

GRADE: Kindergarten

PARENTS: Stephanie and John

FAVORITE SUBJECT: “Science because we get to use and learn about magnets.”

ACTIVITIES: “I play with my brother on his Xbox, play with Barbies, and I love to read books.”

“Savannah is someone who is always putting first things first. Staying focused and getting her work done is a priority to her. She sets high goals for herself and works hard to reach them. She is always kind to others in her class and willing to help everyone. Every time I see her, she has a smile that is contagious. Savannah has become a true leader at Seven Hills, and we could not be more proud.” – Principal Kim Blackburn

Kiera Yadlosky

CHISHOLM TRAIL MIDDLE SCHOOL

Kiera Yadlosky

GRADE: 6

PARENTS: Sabrina and Brian Yadlosky

FAVORITE SUBJECT: math

ACTIVITIES: Spelling, art, helping first graders with reading and sight words, helping Prairie View Elementary choir after school

“Kiera is a wonderful student who adds so much joy to Chisholm Trail Middle School. She is an outstanding student and represents herself, her family and Chisholm Trail in excellence.” – Principal Matrice Raven

Virginia Atkins

NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL

Virginia Atkins

GRADE: 11

PARENTS: Dennis and Jennifer Renfro

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Science, currently taking advanced placement courses and is ranked in the top 8 percent of her class.

ACTIVITIES: Competitive cheer, plays piano and has taken lessons for 10 years, loves her dogs named Daisy and Duke and works part time.

“Ginny is an excellent student, who has an excellent work ethic and strives hard to do her best each day. She is kind to others and is always willing to lend a helping hand. Ginny plans to pursue medicine by becoming a doctor with plans to possibly attend Texas A&M University in College Station.” – Principal Jason Childress

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