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Grads - continued from page 6Congratulations, Graduate, Kelsie Hirst!MSubmitted By Debbie Hirsteet Kelsie Hirst. Kelsie has followed the NISD academic pathway attending SteubingElementary, Jefferson Middle School and is currently a senior at O’Connor High School.Track and basketball filled her days in middle school, while basketball reigned during her high school years. Kelsie is a kind soul who is a friend to all.She plans on pursuing a career in physical therapy where she will touch the hearts of many as she embarks on her new adventures.Congratulations, Graduate, Zoe O’Donnell!ZSubmitted By Kristin O’Donnelloe O’Donnell, Class of 2022, is an O’Connor Cheerleader and Thespian. She spent her fouryears at O’Connor participating in the Spirt Organization and Theater. She also holds an officer position in the O.C. National Honor Society, Diversity and Inclusion Club, Guitar Club and is the founder and President of the Chess club.Zoe is also a very active participant of Zion Lutheran Church and the Zion Theater Group. In the fall Zoe will be attending Pepperdine University and majoring in Music with a concentration in Musical Theater.She was the recipient of many grants and scholarships through Pepperdine University and local scholarship opportunities. We are very excited to see her progress through the next chapter in her life.Congratulations, Graduate, Allison Lopez!ASubmitted By Cathy Lopezllison Lopez will be graduating from O’Connor High School with Honors. She has been a memberof the Spirit Organization for four years and a part of the Golduster Dance team for two years.She was accepted to the Texas State University Honors Program and was awarded the Texas State Distinguished Scholarship. Allison plans on majoring in Business with a specialization in Marketing with hopes of partnering with large disruptor brands.She will cherish all the lifelong memories she made with her Golduster teammates and all the friendships she made during her time at O’Connor. Allison is excited to begin the next chapter of her life and is looking forward to pursuing her career goals. Her parents, George and Cathy and brother Justin, are extremely proud of all her accomplishments.8Congratulations, Graduate, Alexis Brianne Serna!lexis Brianne Serna is an Honor student graduating from O’Connor High School. She hasenjoyed helping lead the accomplished Golduster dance team as a Senior Lieutenant.Their hard work and determination won them multiple awards including, Grand Champions and State Champions. She is finishing up her senior year by completing Certified Clinical Medical Assistant class where they have learned skills such as CPR and phlebotomy.This class prepared her to pass her certification and she is a Certified Medical Assistant. She intends to go into the nursing field and will begin her journey as a UTSA Roadrunner and continue at UT Health. Birds Up!Congratulations, Graduate, Angelica M. Reyes!ASubmitted By Alison Mosleyngelica M Reyes is graduating from Sandra Day O’Connor High School! After high school, she willbe attending Abilene Christian University, where she received a Merit Scholarship.Angelica plans to study nursing and hopes to become a Labor and Delivery or Pediatric Nurse. She has had many accomplishments in her years at O’Connor which includes; National Honors Society, Spanish National Honor Society, a dancer on the Award Winning Dance Team; named Starduster of the Week 2018; named Golduster of Week 2019, 2020, 2021.Most weekends when she was not competing, she was working hard at H-E-B. We are so proud of all her accomplishments and are excited to see what the future holds for her! Mom, Dad, Kiki and ThaliaCongratulations, Graduate, Amry Elynn Guerrero!ubmitted By Alison MosleySAASubmitted By Alison Mosleymry Elynn Guerrero is a member of the graduating class of 2022 at Louis D. Brandeis High School!The dedication and determination she has shown throughout high school, in both academics and athletics, is admirable. She maintained a 101 GPA and will graduate top 5% of her class. Simultaneously, she participated on a national volleyball club team and was on the 2021 Class 6A UIL TX State Championship Broncos volleyball team.Amry is a member of NHS, Students & Athletes Serving Others (SASO), and Student Council. She was Jr./Sr. Class Treasurer, Mu Alpha Theta Secretary, STEMRes Logistics Officer, a Stinson MS mentor, and a Robin Jansky Photography model. She received recognition as an AP Scholar with Distinction, a College Board Hispanic Recognition Scholar, and was awarded 1st Team Academic All District honors.Amry will attend New York where she was accepted to the Stern School of Business. She will major in finance and possibly minor in real estate.Grads - continued on page 10 June 2022

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