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Wolf of the Month-Erik Estrada

ERIK ESTRADA – WOLF OF THE MONTH

Erik “Ponch” Estrada is a 17-year-old Senior on the High Honor Roll. Erik said his favorite classes include Statistics, Civics, and Personal Finance. Erik names Mrs. Cindy Soehner and Mrs. Sue Terrell as his favorite teachers. Outside of school, Erik enjoys hanging out with friends, fishing, lifting, and working. Erik looks up to his parents, Hector and Rosario, as his role models stating, “My parents have supported me throughout school and have helped build a strong foundation for the rest of my life.”
When asked to discuss an accomplishment that he is proud of, Erik responded, “I am proud I qualified for State FBLA in Accounting and Personal Finance.” Erik shared that a ‘Fun-Fact’ about himself is that, “I only have one kidney.” Erik was asked to discuss his aspirations and said, “I want to graduate college with an Engineering degree and become a successful engineer in the future.” Erik’s advice to his fellow students is, “Join all of the sports and organizations possible. They are what make high school memorable.”
Mr. Johnson had the following to say about Erik after naming him Wolf of the Month, “Erik is the type of kid you just can’t help but like. All of his teachers, his fellow students, and even our younger students really enjoy his easy going, incredibly friendly, and calm demeanor. ‘Ponch’ never seems to get worked up over anything, instead he just works hard, stays positive, and goes about his business. He does a great job in the classroom, where he has earned High Honor Roll honors and has also made so many positive contributions to our school in athletics, FFA, FBLA, and other extra-curricular events he participates in. Our school and community will miss you Ponch, but we know great things await you. Best of luck!”
Submitted by Myles Johnson, Superintendent

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