Indian Creek Elementary School's Student of the Month is Keni Alas. Keni is described as an amazing 5th grader! As a Twice Exceptional young man, Keni’s love for learning can be seen and heard through his passion for knowledge, his dance creativity, his sense of humor and his compassion for others. In his own words, Keni describes himself as, “kind, awesome, handsome and kind of whiney!”
The student of the month for Kriewald Road Elementary School is Imaya Jackson.
Imaya, who is new to the school, brings much joy to her campus. She is described as determined to succeed in anything she puts her heart into. She is a part of many extracurricular activities. She is the secretary for Student Council, Solar Club, and Robotics. She is a respectful young lady to her peers and to adults around her. With her integrity and dedication, she will continue to succeed in her studies and in the future.
Scobee Middle School’s Student of the Month is Milagros Robles-Martinez.
Milagros, the youngest of six children, is described as a great leader. She works hard toward her goals and is truly the leader of the 8th Grade student body. The athlete and straight “A” student has a “go get it” mentality and her grades and performance in the classroom are a reflection of her hard work and commitment. She has also been a faithful volunteer. She is the first to volunteer for a good cause such as caring for stray animals, giving to the homeless, and adopting a family in need during the most needed times of the year.
Divanhy Salazar, a senior, is the Student of the Month for CAST STEM High School. She is described as an innovator, leader, and advocate for more women in STEM and has worked with young women across the District and the city to encourage their participation in the STEM pathway. Divanhy is an active student on campus with National Honor Society, ACE Mentorship, Theatre, and Technology Student Association (TSA), where she has held leadership positions. Divanhy is an engineering student who is positioned to earn her Associates of Science degree with an engineering focus from Palo Alto College before her high school graduation. In addition, she was accepted into the UTSA Engineering program and was awarded the Distinguished Presidential Scholarship for a total of $20,000, as well as being selected to become a member of their Honors College.