Northwest ISD Student Spotlights for Saturday, April 13, 2019

Published Saturday, April 13, 2019

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Jonathan Dodt

Jonathan Dodt

Grade: 5

Parents: Jonathan and Jessica Dodt

Favorite subject: science

Hobbies: Jonathan swims at AquaKids and UCC. He likes to play basketball in his free time.

“Jonathan is a model Hawk Leader. He is a hard worker and compassionate. You can always find him putting his best foot forward and working to create a positive pull with his classmates. Jonathan’s leadership inspires us. His future is bright!” – Principal Yolanda Wallace, Prairie View Elementary

Ariana Gomez

Ariana Gomez

Grade: 7

Parent: Alejandro and Elizabeth Gomez

Favorite Subject: math

Hobbies: drill team, art, “Anything that I can decorate,” and interior design

“Ariana has beautified our campus with her highly skilled artwork. She decided to make our school beautiful by painting vibrant signs and posters around the building with encouraging quotes about leadership. She made name/door signs for every teacher. The amazing thing is she is not looking for accolades or praise. She is humble and kind. Very few people know that she is the one who is doing this. It is purely a quiet act of kindness and love. I’m proud to spotlight such an awesome student.” – Principal Matrice Raven, Chisholm Trail Middle School

Chelsea Davis


Chelsea Davis

Position: English Language Arts Teacher/Coach at Chisholm Trail Middle School

Experience: 3 years

Hobbies/Activities: “Working out at Cross Fit ETA, traveling, doing mission trips, enjoying see my nephews grow up!”

Why I chose teaching as a profession: “I really believe that I chose education because God had it planned for me from the beginning. He gave me a passion for helping young adults learn not only about education but about themselves. I love having the opportunity to steward these young adults and pour into them! I love watching students transform throughout the year and leave as more passionate readers and writers. I love to use my platform as an opportunity to show students they are important, valued and loved. I love the friendships and relationships I have made with the other teachers! At Chisholm, we are small, but we are a family that supports each other!”

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