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Alejandro Gonzalez was presented an Outstanding Indian Award during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. Gonzalez was nominated by kindergarten teacher Stacie Caveness who said his willingness to help others set him apart. Gonzalez likes baseball and football and likes studying reading and math in school. He wants to grow up to be a baseball player. Gonzalez was presented the award by school board President Junior Mascorro.

Sarah Farmer was presented an Outstanding Indian Award at the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. Farmer was nominated for the award by kindergarten teacher April Dowling who said Farmer is a great listener and works well problem solving in group activities. Farmer loves the library and likes dancing and singing. She said she wants to become a rock star when she grows up. Farmer was presented the award by school board President Junior Mascorro.

Dariyn Walker was presented an Outstanding Indian Award during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. Walker was nominated by kindergarten teacher Debbie House who said she goes out of her way to help. Walker described her as a “mini teacher.” Walker likes riding horses and gymnastics and wants to be a horse trainer when she grows up. She was presented the award by school board President Junior Mascorro.

The Frankston Indian Band trombone trio was recognized with Outstanding Indian Awards during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. The group will advance to State Competition in May. Pictured, from left, are: Sam Dellinger, Lillian Adams and Xander Long. They were presented the award by school board President Junior Mascorro after they performed a brief concert for the school board and audience.

The Frankston Indian Band brass quintet was recognized with Outstanding Indian Awards during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. The quintet will advance to the State level of competition in May. Pictured, from left, are: Lillian Adams, Brady Richardson, Evan Casey, Jesse Owen and Emily Cook. They were presented the award by school board President Junior Mascorro after performing a brief concert for the board and audience.

The Frankston Police Department was recognized with an Outstanding Indian Award during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. Accepting the award on behalf of the police force was officer Jennifer Moore. Superintendent John Allen presented the award to recognize the wonderful job the police do in protecting the city’s residents and making sure that the school district’s children are safe.

Frankston Police Department Lieutenant Cavin Dorsey was presented an Outstanding Indian Award during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. Presenting the award was Superintendent John Allen who said Dorsey builds relationships with the students as the school resource officer and thanked him for keeping the students safe.

Hazel Durr was presented an Outstanding Indian Award during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. Durr was nominated by English teacher Chris White. White said the high school sophomore has high goals, takes her work seriously and treats her classmates well. In addition, White said, she is able to find humor in the classroom. She was presented the award by school board President Junior Mascorro.

Rachael Harmon was presented an Outstanding Indian Award during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. Harmon was nominated by high school English teacher Shannon Vittrup who said she helps in the classroom, is very responsible and has a great attitude. She was presented the award by school board President Junior Mascorro.

Zane Mosier was presented an Outstanding Indian Award during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. Mosier was nominated by middle school social studies teacher Sunni Boles. He likes basketball, baseball and working out and is a member of the school’s Friendship Club. Mosier said his goal is to become better every day. He was presented the award by school board President Junior Mascorro.

Dean Adams was presented an Outstanding Indian Award during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. Adams was nominated by his social studies teacher Colten Peek who said the 7th grader was an asset to the school. Adams wants to become an architect and have a lovely family when he grows up. He was presented the award by school board President Junior Mascorro.

Madison Dollarhide was presented an Outstanding Indian Award during the February meeting of the Frankston Independent School District Board of Trustees. Dollarhide was nominated by her middle school social studies teacher Tim Hayter. Her hobbies include reading, drawing, band and hiking. She was presented the award by school board President Junior Mascorro.