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Rosas receives character award

Rosas receives character award
Angel Rosas proudly accepts a Community of Character Award during the January meeting of the Floresville Independent School District school board. Congratulating Angel are (l-r) Dr. Sherri Bays, interim superintendent; Angel’s mother, Betty Rosas, who Angel says is her inspiration; and Rhonda Bourland.

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Angel Rosas was presented with a Community of Character Award during the January Floresville Independent School District board of trustees meeting. Angel, an eighth-grader at Floresville Middle School, was nominated by AVID teacher Rhonda Bourland after Angel wrote a speech in class about volunteering with Special Olympics.

Angel wrote about how much she enjoyed working with the Special Olympians because they smile all the time and “instantly become your best friend.” She also encouraged her classmates to volunteer for Special Olympics so they, too, could have this special experience.

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