Katlyn Don Carlos is among 16,000 students across the United States to receive recognition as a Semifinalist in the scholarship program. Katlyn has been attending Weatherford ISD schools since kindergarten and has taken an active part in her classroom and school. She is president of Stop the Stigma, the high school’s mental health awareness club, vice president of the Science National Honor Society, secretary of the National Honor Society, and resides on the Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) for Weatherford ISD. She also has been a member of the Weatherford Band for the past four years, making it to state twice for her solos in the Texas UIL Solo and Ensemble Competition. Katlyn’s parents are Jenny and Gregg Don Carlos.
Connor Bezio is among 34,000 students to receive the designation of Commended Student in the scholarship program. Son of William and Renee’ Bezio and top of the senior class, Connor has been a proud member of the band for seven years. He currently serves as president of the Science National Honor Society, vice president of the National Honor Society, and treasurer of the WHS Class of 2020. He is an avid member of Stop the Stigma and the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council. Both entranced by the wonder and whimsy of reading and writing, as well as perplexed by the intricate beauties of math and science, Connor hopes to attend Columbia University next fall, majoring in Physics or English.
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