Bridge City, Texas, December 11, 2018 – The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the December Student of the Month for Orangefield High School is Logan Forse.  Logan was presented his certificate and gift bag by Bridge City Chamber Ambassador/Board Member Beth Arnold, CU Certified Marketing Executive at Wellspring Credit Union, at the December coffee hosted by Bridge City ISD.  He received gift certificates and gifts from:  COS Printing, Wellspring Credit Union, Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Bridge City, Sabine Federal Credit Union, Sabine River Ford, Neches Federal Credit Union, Bridge City Bank, Bridge City Walmart, Best Day Spa, and Balancing Life Staffing Solutions. Logan is the son of Janie and Reese Forse.  He has a GPA of 3.65 and is ranked 65 of 116.  Logan has volunteered with FFA at the Kindergarten Farm Day, Christmas in Orangefield, and the Fall Festival. Misty Bellard, Technology Teacher, said, “Logan Forse is a bright light in your day. He is the type of student a teacher loves to have in class. He is super polite and respectful to teachers and peers. He is a hard worker and is always willing to help in anyway he can. He always puts his best effort into every task.” Selena Hennigan, Math Teacher, said, “I have enjoyed having Logan as an Algebra 2 student!  Among many wonderful traits, Logan is a hard-working, responsible, and caring young man that always strives to do his best.  There is no doubt that he has a wonderful future ahead of him!” Bridget Trawhon, Professional Communications Teacher, said, “Logan Forse is quiet but one of the most polite individuals one could meet.  He is honest and dependable.  Logan was a student in my communications course a few years ago.  I am certain that his future is bright because of his organization skills, his responsibility, and his manners.  Congrats, Logan.”    Chad Jenkins, Agriculture Teacher, said, “Logan is a student that leads by example. He is always the first at any FFA function and the last leave! Furthermore, he is extremely involved in every aspect of the FFA program. Through leadership by example (this year’s FFA president) or just making sure that everyone understands the importance of agriculture! It has been indeed a pleasure to have Logan in class and there is no doubt that he will be successful life!” Logan plans on attending Lamar Institute of Technology to major in process operating.Pictured left to right: Principal Zach Quinn, Reese Forse, Janie Forse, Logan Forse, Ambassador/Director Beth Arnold, and Counselor Crissa Bonnin