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Chamber names Rogers December Student for BCHS

The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce announced that the December Student of the Month for Bridge City High School is Reagan Rogers.

Reagan was presented her certificate by Rani Dillow of WMG Westin Mortgage Group.

She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reggie and Jill Rogers. Reagan is ranked 40 of 195 and has a GPA of 4.17.

Reagan's future plans are to attend Texas State University and major in psychology.

Reagan's awards and honors include:

• Cardinal Singers – Sang National Anthem during Senior Night

• All A's Honor Roll – 2017-2021

• Homecoming Court – 2018-2019

• JV District Track Meet – 1st Place 4x100 Relay, 4x200 Relay & Open 200

• Pre AP-Classes

Reagan's clubs and organizations include:

• Cardinal Singers – 2017-2021

• Vice President 2018-2021

• JV/Varsity Track Team – 2018-2020

• BCHS Talent Show

• Theatre Arts

Reagan's community service/work experience:

• Horse riding lessons with special needs children

• Christmas Caroling at local nursing homes

• Breast Cancer Awareness Walk

Rick Abraham, Professional Communications Teacher, Coach said, "Reagan is an awesome young lady. She is active, outgoing presence in class with a great sense of humor. She has impressed me with her calm and calculated attitude. She always shows kindness toward other students and has a positive attitude in the classroom. Best aide ever!!"

Kaitlin Despain, Choir Director said, "I selected Reagan as student of the month because of her constant positive presence and leadership in Cardinal Singers; she serves as our Choir Vice President, and she definitely leads by example! Reagan always comes to class with an optimistic outlook and enthusiastically cheers on her classmates. Not only does she support others, she also pushes herself outside of her comfort zone to try new and challenging things. Reagan's positive, calm, and mature demeanor definitely contributes to the positive group dynamic and we are lucky to have her in the choir program."

Hunter Uzzle, US history/ Government Teacher, Coach said, "For the past two years I've has the privilege of having Reagan in my U.S. History and Government Classes. From day one she has exemplified numerous qualities that lead to her success inside and outside of the classroom. Her tremendous work this is visible to myself, her other teachers, as well as her peers on a daily basis. Reagan is constantly involved and continues to do everything she can to assist others and assure that their experience at BCH is just as enjoyable as her own. It's very easy to be a fan of this young woman due to her respect for others and relentless mentality to be better than the day before. She will continue to do great things in what is left in her career here at BCHS and after graduation. The future is bright for Reagan, those who have the opportunity to be a teammate to her in the classroom or in her future professionally will be forever thankful for her leadership and positivity."


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