Northwest ISD Student Spotlights for Wednesday. October 3, 2018

Published Wednesday, October 3, 2018
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Kyler Maples


Kyler Maples

Grade: 2

Parents: Jason and Nikki Maples

Favorite subject: math

Hobbies: soccer and playing the PS4.

“Kyler is an author and writer. He is a member of our Student Lighthouse Leadership team. He is a role model in the classroom and during school events. Kyler is a hard worker and setting wildly important goals to have a successful second grade year.” – Principal Yolanda Wallace

Aubrey Hallum


Aubrey Hallum

Grade: 5

Parents: Sherry and Daniel Hallum

Favorite subject: science

Hobbies: competitive cheerleading, swimming and spending time with friends, my cousin and brother

“Aubrey is Seven Hills Star Leader. Her positive attitude and strong work ethic is motivating and encouraging to students and teachers alike. She faces challenges head on, relying on the 7 Habits to persevere to success. She is willing to work hard, and achieves everything she sets her mind to, whether working on academic or cheer goals. Aubrey is kind, compassionate, and an inspiration to those who know her.” – Principal Kim Blackburn

Ashley Miner


Ashley Miner

Grade: 8

Parents: Kristopher and Grace Miner

Favorite subject: theater arts

Hobbies: Volunteering and service. She spent 90 hours making bracelets for Christmas gifts to donate to an organization. Swimming. Love to hangout with friends.

“Ashley is a leader among peers. She has all of the qualities of a student with a heart for serving her school community and showing leadership among her peers. She was recently voted NJHS President and demonstrates high academic achievement, as well as demonstrating great character all around.” – Principal Matrice Raven

Abby Faris


Abby Faris

Grade: 9

Parents: Logan and Kimberly Faris

Favorite subject: math and English

Hobbies: Abby is in the STEM Academy, active in choir and is on the volleyball and basketball teams.

“Abby is an outstanding leader and positive role model on campus. She is taking challenging academic classes that are preparing her for post-secondary, while being active in both fine arts and athletics. Her hard work and positive attitude are contiguous in the classroom and on the court. Abby Faris embodies the school spirit, determination, and positive attitude that represents what it means to be a Northwest High School Texan.” – Principal Carrie Jackson

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