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FHS April students of the month


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Floresville High School students of the month, Eric Chavez-Solis and Alyssa Farias


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The Floresville High School April female student of the month is Alyssa Farias, the 17-year-old daughter of Christina and Frank Farias.

Alyssa has been very active in the FHS Mighty Tiger Band and has earned numerous honors. She was the band sophomore class representative and as a junior served as band secretary. This year, Alyssa is the band president. She was named to the All-Region Band as a sophomore and the All-State Band as a junior and senior. The band voted for her as a band favorite during both her freshman and junior years.

She is a member of the National Honor Society and Student Council. Last year, Alyssa was a junior class officer and held the position of Student Council Girl Rep. Alyssa was also a member of the Leo Club and Link Crew.

Additionally, she is a member of the 2013 Floresville Peanut Festival Court of Broadway Lights, traveling to festivals across South Texas serving as an ambassador for the city of Floresville.

She is currently employed at Floresville High School as an assistant to the FISD CTE coordinator.

Upon graduation in June, Alyssa will attend Texas State University in San Marcos where she will major in music education.

The April male student of the month is Eric Chavez-Solis, the 18-year-old son of Adriana and Hugo Chavez.

Eric has been very active in FHS athletics. He has played fullback for the varsity football team and was named to the Academic All-State Second Team. He was instrumental in assisting his team advance to playoffs this year.

As a member of the Culinary Arts Program at FHS, Eric has helped plan, cook, and serve numerous teacher luncheons. He also assists with the Bengal Bistro, which allows students to get experience running a restaurant from the Culinary Arts kitchen.

Eric is currently employed at Lew’s Patio and Grill.

Upon graduation in June, Eric plans to attend the University of Texas at San Antonio where he will pursue a degree in mechanical engineering.
 

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