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True Performers - March 2012

Mar 29, 2012 12:37PM ● By Mike

Cindy Featherston
Rockenbaugh Elementary School


Cindy has been with Carroll ISD since 2000 and is currently the Gifted Specialist at RES. For the past ten years Cindy has volunteered countless hours sharing her love of learning coaching Odyssey of the Mind, an international program that provides creative-problem solving opportunities and competitions for students, taking teams to World finals 7 times. Her dedication and heartfelt devotion to students makes Cindy the epitome of a True Performer.

 

 


Christina DeVincenzo
Carroll Senior High School


Christina, a senior, is currently a member of the prestigious Green Jackets and Vice-President of Student Council. In addition to her involvement in National Honor Society, PALS, and tutoring students Christina volunteers her time with programs at Cook Children’s Hospital and Watermere Senior Center as well as working her part time job at Lifetime Fitness. Headed to OU in the fall to pursue broadcast-journalism Christina is a shining example of a True Performer.

 

 



Austin Tyrone
Carroll Senior High School

Austin was recently honored with the Southlake Kiwanis Stalcup Award for his leadership abilities both on the playing field and off. A member of the Dragon football and baseball teams, Austin has also has over 250 hours of community service and is a member of the Young Men’s Service League. As recipient of the Stalcup Award, Austin will receive a $1,500 scholarship as he heads to LSU in the fall to major in Engineering. Congratulations to Austin, a True Performer.

 

 

True Performers aren't made overnight but rather from dedication, loyalty and hard work. Each month Southlake Style and the Tommy Pennington Realty Group honor the True Performers in our city. Nominate your True Performer by sending an email to us today!