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GROW monthly deadline nears

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Commissioner Todd Staples and the Texas Department of Agriculture created the GROW Award to Give Recognition for Outstanding Work to middle and high school student leaders who demonstrate excellence in their pursuits inside and outside the classroom in either their academic or extracurricular activities.

Staples honored Criseve Montez, a seventh-grader at Rio Hondo Junior High School in Rio Hondo, Texas, as the lastest winner of the Texas Department of Agriculture’s monthly GROW award.

The award highlights a student’s special interests, service to community and family, strong work ethic, leadership, and overall character. To nominate a promising middle or high school student in your area, complete the online application and respond to the short-answer questions.

To nominate a promising middle or high school student, visit the Texas Department of Agriculture website at TexasAgriculture.gov. One GROW award winner is chosen monthly. Nominations for next month’s award are due Wednesday, Jan. 1.

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