Washington October Student of the Month at Orangefield High School
Last updated 11/3/2020 at 9:05pm
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the October student of the month for Orangefield High School is Tyler Washington. Tyler was presented her certificate by Ambassador, Stephanie Roberts, owner and founder at David’s A/C &Heating Tyler is the son of Mr. And Mrs. Patrick and Tahia Washington. He is ranked 2 nd of 119 th with a GPA of 4.79.
Bridget Trawhon, Activities Coordinator and Professional Communications Teacher said, “Tyler Washington, the 2020 OHS Football Beau, selected, by the cheer squad and drill team members. Tyler is such a humble and kind young man who always wears a smile. Congratulations, Tyler.”
Misty Ballard, Technology Teacher said, “Tyler Washington is a very intelligent, motivated student. He is a student-athlete that pushes himself to improve both in the classroom and on the field. I think Tyler is a wonderful representation of the best OHS has to offer.”
Simone Oregel, Math Teacher said, “Tyler is an all –around great student. Hardworking. Polite. I have enjoyed having him in the class the past two years. He will do great after high school!”
Timothy Reed, Orangefield Junior High Principle, said, “I am thrilled to hear Tyler Washington is being recognized as a Student of the Month. I had the privilege of coaching Tyler in the 7th , 8th , and 9th grade and now he joins our campus as an office aide. He is one of the most impressive young men I have ever been around. His kind demeanor, selfless attitude, and fierce work ethic are attributes that will carry him far as he departs OHS in the spring. Simply put, he is the kind of young man that serves as a daily reminder of why I love working in education,”
Tyler plans on attending Texas A&M next fall for pre-dental and eventually would like to become a dentist.
Pictured left to right: Counselor Crissa Bonnin, Father Patrick Washington, Student Tyler Washington,
Mother Tahia Washington, Ambassador Stephanie Roberts, Superintendent Shaun McAlphin
Photo courtesy of the Bridge City Chamber of Commerce