Each grade level has their own unique Christmas tree to decorate for the holidays.
Betsy Garcia, junior, competed at the Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) Regional Meet this past month on November 16. One notable thing about this...
Carter students following a daily productive routine of going to class and getting there on time.
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Finishing off our Christmas trees with gold ornaments, bringing out a touch Carter’s Red Wolf holiday pride.
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Jimmy Carter Betsy Garcia is excited to learn about Audio & Video Production.
Abril Morales, junior measuring the amount of acceleration on her physics lab activity.
A contemplation to the art of writing.
Jimmy Carter’s juniors, Cristian Ramirez and Amry Lucero are planning ahead, and prepared to check off their top college location picks on their checklist.
A Carter freshman received the Most Valuable Player award on Saturday, November 23rd at the South Texas College Sports Tournament held at Pecan Campus for his performance as part of the Red Wolves boys’ soccer team.
Robert Moreno poses with Championship Trophy and MVP plaque.
Robert Morales helped defeat other early colleges and brought home the MVP trophy.
Morales said he found out about the tournament because the principal had brought it to his attention and some of his senior friends had already asked him to join the team.
Being able to dribble a soccer ball is nothing new to this student. “The passion I have for this sport is inexplicable,” he said. Robert says he has been playing soccer since he was five years old; an appreciation for this sport passed down from his mother.
When asked what he thought about his team, Robert said he had faith and knew his team was going to do great. Wearing the number one on his jersey and playing the position of forward, Robert led his team to victory.
He says his mother is his true inspiration to succeed at what he does best.
“My mom strives me to be great and accomplish everything I put my mind to,” he said.
Robert also said his mother was really surprised and proud that he received such a high honor in his freshmen year.
“I feel really grateful to be awarded this, really proud of myself and my team, and extremely happy of this accomplishment overall,” Morales said.
The Red Wolf boys’ soccer team won one of the three trophies given to Carter. When asked about his participation in the tournament next year, Robert said he looks forward to attending and hopefully bringing home next year’s trophy as well.
Well rounded student.
Festive Figures made by Mr. Silva’s advisory class bring Christmas to the class.
Year two Leo member.