BC/OF Students of the month honored
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce announced the Students of the Month for February at their Monthly Networking Coffee on Feb. 10, hosted by Jolie Moi in Bridge City.
Kynedie Craig was chosen as the Bridge City High School Student of the Month and Morgan Worthy was chosen as the Orangefield High School Student of the Month.
Orangefield High School Student of the Month, Morgan Worthy is the daughter of Marsha and John Worthy. Morgan is ranked 14 of 138 with a GPA of 4.0 and on 4.0 scale. Morgan’s awards and honors include:
· Homecoming Queen
· Academic All-State Volleyball
· Perfect attendance award
· Last year regional and district qualifier in track-800 meter run
· 2nd Team All-District Basketball
· 2nd Team Orange Leader Basketball
Morgan’s clubs and organizations include: basketball-4 years varsity, track-4 years varsity, volleyball-3 years varsity, 1 year junior varsity, National Honor Society. Morgan’s community service includes: Altar Server and Youth Ministry at St. Helen’s Catholic Church, Little Dribbler’s Basketball Association volunteer and
NHS gardening volunteer at Orangefield Elementary
Paula Droddy, technology instructor, says, “Morgan Worthy takes care of business. She is a very mature and focused young lady.”
Misty Bellard, technology department head, says, “Morgan is an outstanding student possessing such qualities as self-motivation, dependability, and intelligence. She stays on top of her assignments with perfection in mind. She strives to always do her best at each task she is given. When given the opportunity to choose a student aide, Morgan was an easy choice because of these attributes and her positive attitude. She is a well-mannered, mature young lady who also has the respect of her peers. She is involved in numerous after-school activities and attends others as a peer supporter. She is an ideal student.”
After graduation, Morgan will attend Texas A&M University for a kinesiology degree and then attend Texas State University’s physical therapy school for a doctorate degree.
Bridge City High School Student of the Month, Kynedie Craig, is the daughter of Stacy Richoux. She is ranked number 95 out of 183 with a 3.28 GPA. Kynedie’s awards and honors include:
• First Place Calendar Cover Design Award at Motiva
• Selected for the 2015 Protégé Art Contest (Senior Artists) at the Museum of Southeast Texas in Beaumont
• Blue Ribbon for the 2015 Houston Livestock School Art Rodeo Contest
• Third Place Portfolio as a Junior at BCHS
Kynedie’s clubs and organizations include Art Club Vice President and Book Club Member. Her community service includes face painting at Bridge City Elementary School and volunteering at the Bridge City Heritage Festival.
Debbie Gregg, Art Teacher, said “Kynedie is a very talented young lady. I am pleased to announce that I selected her as the Fine Art Student for the month of February. Kynedie is amazing with the way she handles every art medium she puts her hands on. She creates beautiful original pieces that are very impressive. She was selected to exhibit her artwork at The Art Museum of Southeast Texas. This is a very prestigious award. She was selected to display her work with 19 other students out of hundreds of other students who submitted work from area schools.”
Cathy Riley, English Department Chair, said “Kynedie Craig is a conscientious student always exercising time management and maintaining an A average in English IV class. She is a mature, studious young lady and a joy to teach. When Kynedie finishes the task at hand, it gives me much happiness to observe her reading books and, I might add, she creates the most artistic literary projects.”
Claris Collins, Science Department Chair, said “Kynedie is so pleasant and a joy to have in class. She was in my IPC class two years ago and is now in my Physics class. She comes to class prepared and with a smile on her face. Because of her diligence, she makes the grade and is able and willing to help other students in the class. Kynedie is certainly deserving of the Student of the Month award.”
After graduation, Kynedie will attend college.
Both students of the month received gift certificates and gifts from: The Classy Peacock, Walmart, Wellspring Credit Union, Tiger Rock Martial Arts, Central Office Supply, Sabine Federal Credit Union, Michele Michelle Day Spa, Little Caesars Bridge City, Comtex Wireless, Five Point Credit Union, and Jolie Moi.
Jolie Moi is located at 1990 Texas Ave. in Bridge City.
Pictured above right is Orangefield High School Student of the Month, Morgan Worthy.