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FHS names March students of the month
The Floresville High School’s March female student of the month is Caitlyn May. Caitlyn is the 18-year-old daughter of Natalie and Leonard May.
Caitlyn is a member in good standing with the National Honor Society and will graduate under the Distinguished Graduate Program. She is currently ranked 11th in her class with a 4.0 grade-point average.
Caitlyn is a member of Business Professionals of America and recently qualified for state competition at the BPA Regional Conference, earning second place in Entrepreneurship. She also was awarded the Torch Award at the BPA State Conference.
Caitlyn is also active in her community. She has helped coach Boys & Girls Club of Wilson County volleyball and Spurs League basketball. As queen of the Peanut Festival’s Court of America’s Majestic Beauty, Caitlyn serves as an ambassador for the city of Floresville attending festivals across South Texas.
She currently works at the Arcadia Theater as a Work-Based Learning Co-op student.
Upon graduation in June, Caitlyn plans to attend Texas A&M University where she will be a pre-med biology major. She hopes to attend medical school and become an anesthesiologist.
The March male student of the month is Albert Saenz III, the 18-year-old son of Yolanda and Albert Saenz Jr.
Albert has served as both president and vice president of Student Council and is the Student Council representative for the National Honor Society. He is also a member of the yearbook staff. As a member of the Mighty Tiger Band, he was sophomore representative. He is a past member of UIL One-Act Play and was awarded All- Star Cast Honorable Mention at the Wimberley Play Festival. He also held the office of class vice president as both a junior and senior.
As a member of Business Professionals of America, Albert is the past Area II Region II president and is currently the Texas State Historian. He was awarded the America Ambassador Torch Award. At BPA contest, Albert placed first in prepared speech and was a State Qualifier and National Alternate. This year, Albert placed first at the state conference in prepared speech and qualified for Nationals. He was also a member of the State Finalist and National Alternate Broadcast News Team. Albert was awarded the Statesman Torch Award and the Texas Merit Scholar Award.
Albert has been named to the “A” Honor Roll and was recognized for perfect attendance.
Albert is an altar server at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, president of the youth group, a member of Teen A.C.T.S., and other church activities. He has volunteered with the Henry Baumann Thanksgiving Dinner and more.
As a prince on the Peanut Festival’s Court of America’s Majestic Beauty, Albert serves as an ambassador for the city of Floresville attending festivals across South Texas.
Albert is employed at the Floresville ISD Administration Office through the Work-Based Learning Program.
Upon graduation in June, Albert plans to attend Texas A&M University or the University of Texas at Austin through the CAP Program, majoring in either communications or business management.
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