ORANGEFIELD HIGH SCHOOL MARCH STUDENT OF THE MONTH
Kadeon is the son of Regina and Michael Evans. He is ranked #22 of 119 with a GPA 4.3.
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the March Student of the Month for Orangefield High School is Kadeon Evans. Kadeon was presented his certificate and gift bag by our Bridge City Chamber Ambassador Christy Khoury at the March Networking Coffee hosted by Best Day Spa. He received 10% off graduation invitations from COS Printing, Tumbler and $20 coupon towards a new account at Wellspring Credit Union, 1 month free training and on the mat uniform form Tiger Rock martial Arts Bridge City, $25 VISA gift card from Sabine Federal Credit, blue tooth speaker from Neches Federal Credit Union, $25 gift certificate card from Walmart Bridge City, blue tooth speaker from Bridge City Bank, Notebook from 5Point Credit Union, $10 gift card to Chick-fil-A from Candace Mulhollan REMAX/ONE.
Kadeon’s Awards and Honors include:
Awards and Honors:
|12 News STAR Student First Team All-District Shortstop Academic All-State in Football Second Team All-District Running Back Numerous Big “O” Awards Certified Nursing Assistant|
Clubs and Organizations:
|Varsity Baseball Varsity Football Varsity Basketball Varsity Golf Worked at Tiger Eye Construction pouring concrete and building fences|
Community Service/ work experience:
|Helped prepare supplies for victims during HarveyMows lawns|
“It has been a delight to know Kadeon. He has many strengths, including natural intelligence and a willingness to help others. Kadeon has a deep moral code and always makes respectable choices. I am certain that he will achieve excellence in his future. ”
- Nikole Jenkins, Science Teacher
“Kadeon is a great student and young man. He works hard and is always willing to help other students when needed. Kadeon has a wonderful, respectful personality. I can always count on him smiling and saying hello.”
- Simone Oregel, Math Teacher
“Kadeon just gets it. He is 100% committed to anything he involves himself in. He’s not afraid to be challenged or pushed. He has worked hard and earned everything he’s been given both athletically and academically. He has grown into a great leader in the athletic program. Kadeon’s work ethic remains unchanged, regardless of who is watching. What began as him working out on his own at 6am before school in the mornings, has become the “Breakfast Club ” as many kids from both boys and girls athletics have joined in along the way.
He has grown into a hard-working, dedicated Christian young man and set an example for his teammates and classmates. For me, he exemplifies Colossians 3:23-24 “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving.”
- Blake Bledsoe, Athletic Trainer
Kaedon plans on attending college to pursue a Bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering. He is currently undecided on his school of choice.
Kadeon accepted his award his with his mother Kadeon Evans. He was celebrated with Superintendent McAlpine, Principal Quinn and Counselor Crissa Bonnin.