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    JASON LEE ISQUIERDO

     

    Work Experience at Vela Middle School, Harlingen, Texas

     

    * Theatre Arts Teacher

    * Student Council Co-Sponsor (2015 to present)

    * UIL One-Act Play coach (2015 to present)

    * UIL Solo Acting coach (2015 to present)

    * UIL Duet Acting coach (2016 to present) 
     
    * UIL Prose & Poetry coach (2017 to present)
     
    * Speech, Drama & Debate Sponsor (2017 to present)

    * Director and Playwright for the Anti-Bullying Committee (2015 to present)

    * Talent Show Director (2015 to present)  

    * Operational Campus Team Representative (2016 to present)

    * Special Education Committee Representative (2017 to present)

     

    Fall 2017

    * Wrote and directed the anti-bullying play, Sticks and Stones, at Vela Middle School, Harlingen, Texas.

     

    Spring 2017

    ·  Wrote, directed and played “Billy the Goat” in the play, Campfire Stories, as a fundraiser for the Vela Middle School Drama Club

    * Directed the 2017 Easter Production, Seven, at Cross Church in San Benito, TX 

    · Vela Middle School 2017 U.I.L. One-Act Play District Competition: First Place Team Trophy for the play, Early Frost

     

    Winter 2016

     

    ·  Received the Best Actor Award for the role of “Ezekiel Dominguez” in the 2016 Christmas play, Pan Dulce, at Cross Church in San Benito, TX

    ·  Co-wrote and played “Ezekiel Dominguez” in the 2016 Christmas play, Pan Dulce, at Cross Church in San Benito, TX

    ·  Director for the 2016 Vela Middle School Winter Talent Show.

    ·  Organized the 2016 Vela Middle School Winter Dance.

     

    Fall 2016

    ·  Wrote, directed and played “Rose’s Father” in the anti-bullying play, My Father’s Rose, at Vela Middle School, Harlingen, Texas.

    Spring 2016 

    ·  Received the Best Actor Award for the role of the father in the 2015 Easter play, The Decision, at Cross Church in San Benito, TX 

    ·  Wrote, directed and played "Rumplestina" in the play, Once Upon a Lie, as a fundraiser for the Vela Middle School Drama Club 

    · Played the father in the Easter play, The Decision, at Cross Church in San Benito, Texas.
     
    · Directed the play, Voices, by Richard Lortz for the 2016 UIL One-Act Play contest.
     
     
    Winter 2015
     
    · Co-wrote, co-directed and played "Panchito" in the Christmas play, Mamma Navidad's House, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church,
     Harlingen, Texas
     
    · Organized the 2015 Vela Middle School Winter Talent Show at Vela Middle School, Harlingen, Texas
     
    · Helped organize the 2015 Vela Middle School Winter Dance at Vela Middle School, Harlingen, Texas
     

    Fall 2015 

    ·  Served as the theatre consultant and makeup artist for the drama, The Midnight Cry, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas 

    ·  Wrote, directed and played “Dr. Franklin” in the anti-bullying play, A Second Chance, at Vela Middle School, Harlingen, Texas. The play was last performed in the Fall of 2014 at Memorial Middle School, Harlingen, Texas.

     

     

     

    Work Experience at Memorial Middle School, Harlingen, Texas

    * Special Education Inclusion Teacher at Memorial Middle School (2006 – 2015)

    * Campus TELPAS verifier (2009 – 2015)

    * Member of the Anti-Bullying Committee (2011 – 2015)

    * UIL Solo and Duet Acting coach (2013 – 2014)

    * UIL Impromptu Speaking coach (2006 – 2012)

    * UIL One-Act Play coach (2007 – 2012, 2013 – 2014)

    * Acting coach for the Memorial Middle School choir musicals

    * Playwright and director for the Memorial Middle School Raiders on the Move Club productions

    * Playwright and director for the Memorial Middle School Anti-Bullying Committee productions

    * Drama coach for the Memorial Middle School Footlights Drama Club

    * Drama coach for the A.C.E. after school program and A.C.E. summer program

     
     
    POST-COLLEGE AWARDS AND ACTIVITIES

    Winter 2014

    ·  Received the Best Costume Award for the role of “Doña Cuca” in the 2014 Christmas musical, Doña Cuca Does Christmas, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

     

     

    ·  Received the Best Actor Award for the role of “Robert Bustamante” in the 2014 Easter drama, Los Vecinos, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

    ·  Received the Best Male Costume Award for the role of “Robert Bustamante” in the 2014 Easter drama, Los Vecinos, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

    ·  Received a Friend of the Theatre Award at the 2014 Lifeline Heart of Worship People’s Choice Awards Ceremony

    ·  Wrote, directed and played Doña Cuca in the 2014 Christmas musical, Doña Cuca Does Christmas, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

    ·  Co-wrote and directed the 2014 Christmas skit, Happy Birthday, Jesus! at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

     

     

     

    Fall 2014

     

    ·  Wrote, directed and played “Sarah” in the anti-bullying play, A Second Chance, at Memorial Middle School, Harlingen, Texas. The play was last performed in the Summer of 2014 at Lifeline Heat of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas.

     

     

    Summer 2014

    ·  Wrote and directed the anti-bullying play, A Second Chance, for Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas. The play was last performed in the spring of 2012 at Memorial Middle School, Harlingen, Texas.

    ·  Played Madame De La Grande Bouche (The Wardrobe) in the musical, Beauty and the Beast presented by Summer on Stage in conjunction with Grande Theatre, at the Harlingen Performing Arts Center, Harlingen, Texas.

     
    Spring 2014

    ·  Co-wrote, co-directed and played Robert Bustamante in the 2014 Easter drama, Los Vecinos, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas 

    ·  Wrote, directed and acted in the short skit, The Transformation, for the Memorial Middle School Anti-Bullying Pep Rally

    ·  Memorial Middle School 2014 U.I.L. One-Act Play District Competition: Third Place Team Trophy for the play Still Stands the House

     

     

    Winter 2013

     

    ·  Co-wrote, co-directed and played “Doña Cuca” in the 2013 Christmas drama, Margarita for Christmas, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

     

     

    ·  Received the Best Actor Award for the role of “Doña Cuca” in the 2013 Christmas drama, A Margarita for Christmas, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

    ·  Received the Best Male Costume Award for the role of “Doña Cuca” in the 2013 Christmas drama, A Margarita for Christmas, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

     

    ·  Received the Cast Choice Award for the role of “Doña Cuca” in the 2013 Christmas drama, A Margarita for Christmas, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

     

     

    ·  Received the Pastor’s Choice Award for the role of “Doña Cuca” in the 2013 Christmas drama, A Margarita for Christmas, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

     

    ·  Co-wrote and co-directed the 2013 Christmas skit, Happy Birthday, Jesus!, at Lifeline Heart of Worship Church, Harlingen, Texas

     

     

    Spring 2013

     

    ·  Wrote, directed, and played “Rumplestina” in the play, Once Upon a Lie, as a fundraiser for the Memorial Middle School Footlights Drama Club

     

    ·  Wrote and directed the short play, A rose for Rose, for the Memorial Middle School Anti-Bullying Committee

     

    ·  Judge for the Harlingen High School South UIL district meet

     

     

    Fall 2012

     

    ·  Co-wrote the play, A Tooth for a Saber Tooth, for the Robert Vela High School drama club in Edinburg, Texas

     

     

    Spring 2012 

    ·  Played Tío Roberto as part of Valley International Christian Center’s Home Improvement Series skits

    ·  Wrote, directed, and played “Eugene/Yvette” in the play, M Is For Mayhem, Not Murder!, as a fundraiser for the Memorial Middle School A.C.E. Drama Club

    ·  Light operator for the Memorial Middle School 2012 Spring Talent Show.

    ·  Memorial Middle School 2012 U.I.L. One-Act Play District Competition: First Place Team Trophy for the play Early Frost

     

    ·  Wrote and directed the short play, A Second Chance, for the Raiders on the Move Club at Memorial Middle School as part of their anti-bullying campaign

     

     

    Fall 2011

     

    ·  Received the 2011 Male Teacher Nerd of the Day Award at Memorial Middle School

     

    ·  Light operator for the Memorial Middle School 2011 Fall Talent Show.

     

     

     Summer 2011

     

    ·  Wrote and directed the short play, Once Upon A Nightmare, for the A.C.E. Summer School Program at Memorial Middle School

     

     

    Spring 2011

     

    ·  Acting coach for the Memorial Middle School Choir production of Guys and Dolls Jr. 

    ·  Received the 2010 Director’s Choice Award for the Summer play, Detective Roger’s Whodunit?, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas

    ·  Memorial Middle School 2011 U.I.L. One-Act Play District Competition: First Place Team Trophy for the play The Red Key

    ·  Light operator for the Memorial Middle School 2011 Spring Talent Show.

     

     

    Summer 2010

     

    ·  Co-wrote, co-directed and played “Madame Smith” in the play, Detective Roger’s Whodunit?, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas 

    ·  Wrote and directed the short play, The End of Holidays, for the A.C.E. Summer School Program at Memorial Middle School

     

     

    Spring 2010 

    ·  Directed the Easter play, The Holy Land Experience, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas

    ·  Wrote and directed the short play “A Little Too Late” for the A.C.E. Drug and Alcohol Seminar at Memorial Middle School

    ·  Memorial Middle School 2010 U.I.L. One-Act Play District Competition: First Place Team Trophy for the play Good-Bye to the Clown

     

     

    Winter 2009 

    ·  Co-wrote, co-directed and played “Daniel Wu” in the Christmas play, Wok-A-Mole, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas

    ·  Received the 2009 Director’s Choice Award for the Easter play, The Holy Land Experience, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas

     

     

    Spring 2009

    ·  Memorial Middle School 2009 U.I.L. One-Act Play District Competition: First Place Team Trophy for the play If It Don’t Hurt, It Ain’t Love 

     

     

    Winter 2008 

    ·  Received the 2008 Director’s Choice Award for the Christmas play, A Miracle for Milagros, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas

     

     

    Spring 2008

     

    ·  Directed the Easter play, Because of Love, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas 

    ·  Memorial Middle School 2008 U.I.L. One-Act Play District Competition: Second Place Team Trophy for the play Foiled by an Innocent Maid

     

     

    Winter 2007

     

    ·  Co-wrote, co-directed and played “Jack-in-the-Box” in the Christmas play, Mrs. Meriwether’s Toy Shop, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas

     

     

    Summer 2007

     

    ·  Wrote and played “Ezekiel Dominguez” and “Eloisa De La Cruz” in the play, Pan Dulce 2, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas

     

     

    Winter 2006

     

    ·  Co-wrote and played “Ezekiel Dominguez” in the Christmas play, Pan Dulce, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas

     

     

    Summer 2006

     

    ·  Played “La Loca De La Section 8 Housing” in the play, The Adventures of Liza Goodgirl, at Valley International Christian Center, San Benito, Texas

     

    HONORS AND ACTIVITIES AT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-KINGSVILLE 

     

    Summer 2005

    ·  Received my Master of Education Degree in Special Education from Texas A&M University-Kingsville

    ·  Recipient of a $350 Special Education Scholarship

     

     

    Spring 2005

    ·  Recipient of a $1,000 Special Education Scholarship 

    ·  Made the 2004-2005 Chancellor’s List (United States Achievement Academy)

     
    Fall 2004 

    ·  Recipient of the 2004-2005 Teach for Texas Alternative Certification Grant

     
    Spring 2004 

    ·  Enrolled in the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Alternative Certification Program

    ·  Recipient of the 2003-2004 United States Achievement Academy Collegiate All-American Scholar Award

    ·  Made the 2003-2004 National Dean’s List

    ·  Received the 1st Place Award for my short-story “A Simple Wish” at the 2004 S.W.T.J.C Creative Arts Contest (Southwest Texas Junior College, Uvalde)

    ·  Received the 2nd Place Award for my essay “Expressing Myself through Words” at the 2004 S.W.T.J.C Creative Arts Contest (Southwest Texas Junior College, Uvalde)

    ·  Received the 3rd Place Award for my poem “That Boy in the Mirror” at the 2004 S.W.T.J.C Creative Arts Contest (Southwest Texas Junior College, Uvalde

     
    Summer 2003 

    ·  Directed my play “A María Tortilla Christmas,” one of five short plays performed at TAMU-K as part of a fundraiser called Short & Sweet Summer Comedies 

    ·  Theatre Production (Short & Sweet Summer Comedies): Francis in the short play “The Letter”

    ·  Received my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre Arts and Communications from Texas A&M University-Kingsville and graduated with Summa Cum Laude Honors

    ·  Recipient of the 2003 Distinguished Undergraduate Student Award for the College of  Arts and Sciences

     
    2003 Texas A&M University System Advanced Collaborative Theatre in

    Commerce, Texas

    Spring Intersession 2003

    ·  Wrote the short play “A María Tortilla Christmas” (Main Stage Show)

    ·  Directed the short play “Baby Doll” (Main Stage Show)

    ·  Role in the short play “Abuelita” (Main Stage Show) 

    ·  Lead role in the short play “Mi Papá El Estudiante” (Main Stage Show)

    ·  Role in the short play “That ‘Special’ Talk” (Main Stage Show)

    ·  Lead role in the short play “Filler, or The Ginsberg Mechanism?” (Alternate Night Show)

    ·  Role in the short play “A College Carol” (Alternate Night Show)

     
    Spring 2003 

    ·  Sound Operator for the short play “Conflicting Sides”

    ·  Annual Children’s Production: The King in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

    ·  Co-Director and Stage Manager for the play A Woman Called Truth

    ·  Nominated for the Outstanding Individual Leader Award (2003 Student Leadership Recognition Awards Banquet)

    ·  Assistant Contest Manager for the U.I.L 3A Regional One-Act Play Competition 

    ·  Received a 2002-2003 Theatre Service Award at the Communications and Theatre Arts Awards Banquet

    ·  Received the 2002-2003 Director’s Choice Award for the play A Woman Called Truth at the Theatre Arts Awards Banquet

    ·  Received the 2002-2003 Theatre’s Most Dedicated and Best Personality Male Awards at the Theatre Arts Awards Banquet

    ·  Made the Dean’s List

     
    Fall 2002 

    ·  Elected the 2002-2003 Vice-President of the Footlights Undergraduate Theatre Club

    ·  Anchor man and reporter for the campus news station TAMU-K TV 2 NEWS

    ·  My short play “The Haunting of María Tortilla” was performed at TAMU-K as part of the What I Did Last Summer collection of plays

    ·  Directed the short play “Painted Love” (What I Did Last Summer)

    ·  Theatre Production (What I Did Last Summer): Tío Pedro in the short play “My Son The Soldier”

    ·  Stage Manager for the play Bocón

    ·  2002 Homecoming King Candidate for the Footlights Undergraduate Theatre Club

    ·  Theatre Production: Klaus in Dracula Bites

    ·  Participated in the 2002 Mr. Texas A&M University-Kingsville Scholarship Pageant

    ·  Properties Master for the play A Piece of My Heart

     

    2002 Texas A&M University System Advanced Collaborative Theatre in

    Texarkana, Texas

     

    Spring Intersession 2002

    ·  Wrote the short play “The Haunting of María Tortilla” (Main Stage Show)

    ·  Directed the short play “Relics” (Main Stage Show)

    ·  Directed the short play “Missing Mississippi” (Phoenix Project Show)

    ·  Lead role in the short play “That’s all Mom Ever Wanted” (Main Stage Show)

    ·  Role in the short musical play “The Return of Dr. Mandible” (Main Stage Show)

    ·  Supporting role in the short play “My Son the Soldier” (Alternate Night Show)

    ·  Role in the short play “Painted Love” (Alternate Night Show)

    ·  Role in the short play “The Last Day” (Phoenix Project Show)

    ·  Role in the short play “Choose Your Friends Over Boyz” (Phoenix Project Show)

    ·  Role in the short play “Captured” (Phoenix Project Show)

    ·  Received certificates for excellence in Acting, Directing, Playwriting, and Theatre Collaboration

     

    Spring 2002

    ·  Served as President of Alpha Psi Omega (National Honor Theatre Society)

    ·  Reader’s Theatre Production: A poet in “Montage of a Dream Deferred”: The Poetry of Langston Hughes 

    ·  Theatre Production: Walter in Gallows Humor

    ·  Inducted into the Texas Omega Chapter of Alpha Chi (National College Honor Scholarship Society)

    ·  Theatre Production: Mr. Horace Vandergelder in The Matchmaker

    ·  Recipient of the 2001 – 2002 Best Supporting Actor Award at the Theatre Arts Awards Banquet

    ·  Received a 2001 – 2002 Outstanding Footlights Undergraduate Theatre Club Member Award at the Theatre Arts Awards Banquet

    ·  Recipient of the 2001 – 2002 Achievement in Television Production Class Award at the Communications and Theatre Arts Awards Banquet

    ·  Made the Honor Roll

     

     

    Fall 2001

    ·  Recipient of the Paul & Annie Hafernick Scholarship

    ·  Received the Fellowship Campus Housing Scholarship

    ·  Joined the Footlights Undergraduate Theatre Club

    ·  Theatre Production: Fedotick in Three Sisters

    ·  Theatre Production: Peewee in Sharlie’s Cholas 

    ·  Theatre Production (TAMU-K Shorts): Ruben in the short play “Tres Piedras” 

    ·  Theatre Production (TAMU-K Shorts): The Bartender in the short play “The Line That Picked Up A Thousand Babes”

    ·  Inducted into Alpha Psi Omega (National Theatre Honor Society)

    ·  Recipient of the United States Achievement Academy Collegiate All-American Scholar Award

    ·  Made the Honor Roll

     

     

     

    Work Experience in Kingsville, Texas

     

    ·  7th and 8th Grade Resource Math Teacher at Memorial Middle School (2004 – 2006)

    ·  Substitute Teacher for the Kingsville Independent School District (2003 – 2004)

     

    HONORS AND ACTIVITIES AT SOUTHWEST TEXAS JUNIOR COLLEGE

    Summer 2001

    ·  Made the 2000 – 2001 National Dean’s List (Multiple Year Award)

    ·  Attended the 2001 Phi Theta Kappa Texas Honors Institute at Schreiner University in Kerrville, Texas

     
    Spring 2001 

    ·  Recipient of the Phi Theta Kappa Distinguished Service Award at the 2001 Texas Regional Convention in El Paso, Texas

    ·  Drama Club Production: Jason Randolph in Murder Most Fouled Up

    ·  Attended the 2001 Phi Theta Kappa International Convention in Denver, Colorado

    ·  Participated in the Catholic Club’s Easter Passion Production: “The Stations of the Cross”

    ·  Recipient of the 1999-2001 Outstanding S.W.T.J.C Theatre Student Award

    ·  Received the 2nd Place Award for my short-story “Freeze Tag” at the 2001 S.W.T.J.C Creative Arts Contest

    ·  Received the 2nd Place Award for my essay “Music: Rhythm of the Heart and Soul” at the 2001 S.W.T.J.C Creative Arts Contest

    ·  Received the Honorable Mention Award for my poem “The Day My Guardian Angel Left Me” at the 2001 S.W.T.J.C Creative Arts Contest

    ·  Recipient of the 2000 – 2001 Distinguished Officer Award (S.W.T.J.C Eta Beta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa)

    ·  Recipient of the 2000 – 2001 Scholarship Award (S.W.T.J.C Eta Beta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa)

    ·  Received a 2000 – 2001 Officer Appreciation Award (S.W.T.J.C Eta Beta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa)

    ·  Made the President’s List

    ·  Received my Associate of Arts Degree from Southwest Texas Junior College and graduated with Summa Cum Laude Honors

     
    Fall 2000 

    ·  Received the 1st Place Award for Best Costume during the Holiday Dance at the Phi Theta Kappa 2000 Texas Regional Leadership Conference at the University of Texas in Dallas

    ·  Received the 1st Place Award in the annual Halloween Door Decorating Contest (Hubbard Hall Dorms)

    ·  2000 S.W.T.J.C Talent Show Participant (Directed and wrote the script for a “Gilligan’s Island” skit that tied us for 3rd place)

    ·  Received the 1st Place Award in the annual Christmas Door Decorating Contest (Hubbard Hall Dorms)

    ·  Made the President’s List

     
    Summer 2000 

    ·  Made the 1999 – 2000 National Dean’s List

    ·  Received the 1st Place Award in the Create A Fan Contest at the Phi Theta Kappa 2000 Texas Regional Honors Institute in Corpus Christi, Texas        

     
    Spring 2000 

    ·  Drama Club Production: The Cat, The Count, The Old Man and The Little Green Man in Story Theatre

    ·  Campus Light Club Member: Received the Bible Study Faithfulness Award

    ·  Elected the 2000 – 2001 Phi Theta Kappa Vice-President for Honors Study Topic

    ·  Recipient of the S.W.T.J.C Faculty Association Academic Scholarship

    ·  Crowned Mr. Southwest Texas Junior College 2000 at the annual Uvalde Palm’s Festival

    ·  Received the 1st Place Award for my short-story “A Bad Taste of Reality” at the 2000 S.W.T.J.C Creative Arts Contest

    ·  Received the Honorable Mention Award for my poem “Looking for Me” at the 2000 S.W.T.J.C Creative Arts Contest

    ·  Drama Club Production: Everyman in Everyman

    ·  Named to the S.W.T.J.C 1999 – 2000 Who’s Who List

    ·  Made the President’s List

     
    Fall 1999 

    ·  Recipient of the Anna H. Baker Memorial Scholarship

    ·  Inducted into Phi Theta Kappa (International Honor Society of the Two-Year College)

    ·  Drama Club Production: Roderick Rodent in The Face on the Barroom Floor

    ·  Made the President’s List

     
    Summer 1999 

    ·  Received the Most Friendly Award (College Bound Summer Program)

     

     S.W.T.J.C Work Experience 

    ·  College Bound Summer Program Dorm Assistant and Tutor (Summer 2001)

    ·  Student Support Services Tutor (2000 – 2001)

    ·  College Bound Summer Program Tutor (Summer 2000)

    ·  Hubbard Hall Dormitories Monitor (1999 – 2001)

    ·  Journalism Department (Summer 1999)

    ·  I was paid $50.00 and was given free room and board to go to Leaky, Texas and entertain as “The Little Green Man” for a St. Patrick’s Day Party after a woman saw me in the play Story Theatre.                                         

     
    S.W.T.J.C Volunteer Work/Community Service

    ·  I helped Lack’s Furniture Store by getting donations of canned goods and money for the Battered Women’s Shelter.

    ·  My Phi Theta Kappa friends and I picked up trash along the highways every 3 months as part of the Adopt-A-Highway Program.

    ·  I would visit the Amistad Nursing Home once a month to sing and visit with residents celebrating birthdays that month.  I would also help the nurses serve punch, cookies and cake.

    ·  I read to the children at the S.W.T.J.C Daycare Center on “Dr. Seuss’s Birthday.”

    ·  I donated books and educational material to The Boys and Girls Club of Uvalde.

    ·  I helped usher at the S.W.T.J.C rodeos.

    ·  I donated food for the “Luv Ya Uvalde” Thanksgiving Dinner for needy families.

    ·  As vice-president of Phi Theta Kappa, I scheduled guest speakers to come to the campus once a month and give lectures to the student body on a variety of topics affecting our lives.

    ·  I donated gifts and helped wrap donated gifts for the Christmas Toys for Tots Program.

    ·  I helped out at the Special Olympics Spring Games in Uvalde.

    ·  A group of friends and I entertained the children at Dalton Elementary by performing a fairy tale play that I wrote.  The play’s message was to stay in school and to reach for your goals.

    ·  I helped out at the Kiwanis Club Halloween Carnival by running their pumpkin patch beanbag toss game.

    ·  I helped serve food and clean up at the annual Uvalde Chamber of Commerce Banquet.

    ·  I helped serve food/drinks and clean up at the S.W.T.J.C Faculty Retirement Parties.

    ·  I volunteered to dress up like a medieval guard and great guests for a Uvalde Country Club Renaissance themed banquet.

    ·  I helped display artwork and usher at the S.W.T.J.C Creative Arts Awards Ceremonies.