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  • Alice Coyotes were third in the annual Alice Coyote Kickoff Cup Saturday
  • Teaching assistants help at Special Field Day
  • TAFE Qualifiers
  • $1,000 scholarship
  • Alice Clear bag
  • Teen of the Week - Dec. 9 to 13
    Teen of the Week - Dec. 9 to 13
    Name: Lydia Villesca
    Parents: Eriberto and Cynthia Villesca
    Education or Future Plans: I would like to further my education at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Clubs and Officer Positions: National Honors Society, Math UIL, Decathlon, TAFE, Strutter Manager, FFA
    Accomplishments/Honors: 4-year Coyote Scholar.
  • Teen of the Week Dec. 16 to 20
    Teen of the Week Dec. 16 to 20
    Name: Mya Jo Cruz
    Parents: Joe and Priscilla Cruz
    Education or Future Plans: After graduating high school, I plan on studying speech pathology at the University of Texas at Austin.
    Clubs and Officer Positions: Lady Coyote Athletics, Cheer Manager, National Honor Society Member (2018-2019), National Honor Society Historian, Operation Graduation, Teen Outreach Program
    Accomplishments/Honors: Top 5% of the class of 2020, Female Athlete of Character, Most Outstanding Teen Award, Most Photogenic, Homecoming Junior Duchess, Homecoming Senior Princess
    What was the best advice you ever received? Who gave you the advice?: “Make it happen, shock everyone.” -my little sister Cyan
    Where do you see yourself in 5 years?: In 5 years, I see myself in graduate school after receiving my bachelor’s degree.
    If you could change anything about this world, what would it be and why?: If I could change anything about this world, it would be child abuse. Every year, more than 3 million reports of child abuse are made in the United States. It is a heart-breaking epidemic that we must put an end to.
    If you could invite 3 people to dinner who would it be and why? Ellen Degenerous because she is compassionate towards others. Steve Harvey because he has a good sense of humor. David Dobrik because he is my favorite youtuber.
    Food- sushi Book- If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Movie- Lilo & Stitch Town in Texas- Austin Vacation Spot- New York City
  • Teen of the Week - Dec. 23 - 27
    Teen of the Week - Dec. 23 - 27
    Aaron Arellano
    Parents: Herman and Jennifer Arellano
    Educational and Future Plans: I plan on attending college at the University of Texas and studying to be a Mechanical Engineer.
    Clubs and Officer Positions: National Honor Society (2018-present), National Honor Society Parliamentarian, Varsity Football (2017-present), Varsity Baseball (2017-present), Leadership Council (2019-present), Robotics Club (2018-present)
    Accomplishments/Honors: Academic All-District Football (2017-2018), Academic All-District Baseball (2017-2018), Most Improved Player Football (2018), Team Captain Football (2018), Top 5 percent of class.
  • Teen of the Week Dec. 30 to Jan. 3
    Teen of the Week Dec. 30 to Jan. 3
    Name: Aaliah Solis
    Parents: Luis and Roxanne Solis
    Educational or Future Plans: I plan on attending Texas A&M Corpus Christi as a sophomore in college to major in Biology. Shortly after, I plan to transfer out to the University of Health Science in San Antonio to enroll in the Physician Assistant Program.
  • Teen of the Week Jan. 6 to 10
    Teen of the Week Jan. 6 to 10
    Name: Tania Lillich
    Parent: Anahi Lillich
    Educational or Future Plans: My future plans when I graduate high school is possibly going into the military and then go to college, and finally become what I would love to be, which is a dermatologist.
  • Teen of the Week Jan. 13 to 17
    Teen of the Week Jan. 13 to 17
    Gabryella M. Almanza
    Parents are Crimson Fundling and Ruben Sandoval
    My educational and future plans are to become an RN in the U.S Navy.
    I am the Deputy Corps Commander in AFJROTC and I am involved in Student Council. I once got an award while in the Cadet Leadership Course in AFJROTC.
    The best advice I was given is that there is ALWAYS a rainbow after a storm. I do not remember who gave me this advice but I always keep it in mind when I’m going through a rough spot.
    I see myself going to school and achieving my goals in the next five years. If I could change anything I would change the way industries work so that plastic wouldn’t be produced anymore and hopefully that will also slow down global warming. If I could invite anyone to dinner I would invite homeless people so that they can get a warm meal in this cold weather because if I was in the position that they are in; I would want the same thing.
    My favorite food is tacos. My favorite book is The Hunger Games. My favorite movie is Peter Pan. My favorite town in Texas is Nacogdoches because it is very beautiful over there. My favorite vacation spot is Colorado because of the beautiful weather and scenery.
National History Day Links
Flex Program
Flex Program
This year the FLEX program will take place at Coastal Bend College (CBC). The class will start promptly at 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The room number is #165. Breakfast will be served at 7:15 a.m. to 8:10 a.m. Lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m. -1:00 p.m.