Bridgeport Student Spotlights for Wednesday, March 20, 2019

By Messenger Staff | Published Wednesday, March 20, 2019
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Tezzy Doss



Grade: 2

Parents: Kristi O’Dea and James Doss

Favorite subject: math

Hobbies: Tezzy enjoys watching TV, drawing, reading books and playing with her cousins. She loves coming to school to see her friends and learn new things every day.

“What an amazing year Tezzy has had so far. We have seen so much personal growth throughout her time in second grade. She has become a student who we can depend on to tell the truth, and she is always willing to help others. She has worked hard this year to overcome her struggles and has continued to impress us every day! We are so thankful to have Tezzy in second grade here at Bridgeport Elementary School!” – Principal Martha Bock

Vivianna Carrillo



Grade: 5

Parents: Laura Perales and Diego Carrillo

Favorite Subject: math

Hobbies: “I like to draw, play outside with my friends and participate in gymnastics.”

“Vivianna is an amazing young lady. She is always willing to help others in need and consistently shows signs of a natural born leader. The sky is the limit for Miss Vivianna!” – Principal Mallory Marr

Greeley Neeper



Grade: 8

Parents: Gene and Shelli Neeper

Favorite subject: writing

Hobbies: “Greeley is active in National Junior Honor Society, student council, cheerleading, basketball and cross country at BMS. She enjoys drawing and playing with her dogs in her free time.”

“Greeley always comes to class with a smile on her face and ready to learn the material. She is always so helpful to any student who has asks for help in science. Greeley is in National Junior Honor Society, student council and on our Sissies sports teams. She is a rock star on our campus!” – eighth-grade teacher Jonathan Crippen

Daniel Delgadillo



Grade: 11

Parents: Juan and Cristina Delgadillo

Hobbies: football, baseball and TAFE

“Daniel is an outstanding student. He has the best personality and is friendly to everyone he meets. During a recent school trip, another student was choking. Daniel stayed very calm and performed the Heimlich maneuver and saved the student from choking. Daniel is an asset to BHS. He has many great qualities, including staying calm in an emergency situation.” – Principal Jaime Sturdivant

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