The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the January Student of the Month for Orangefield High School is Kaylee Noble. Kaylee was presented her certificate and gift bag by Bridge City Chamber Ambassador/Board Member Wanda McGraw, Assistant Vice President of Marketing at Sabine Federal Credit Union, at the January coffee hosted by 5Point Credit Union. She received gift certificates and gifts from: COS Printing, Wellspring Credit Union, Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Bridge City, Sabine Federal Credit Union, Sabine River Ford, Neches Federal Credit Union, Bridge City Walmart, Complete Staffing, Best Day Spa, Balancing Life Staffing Solutions, and 5Point Credit Union.
Kaylee is the daughter of Dan and Krystal Loft. She has a GPA of 3.88 and is ranked #52 of 116. Kaylee’s awards and honors include:
- All American Honorable Mention Award
- American Pizzaz Award
- Big “O” Awards in:
- World Geography
- Principles of Human Services
- Child Development
- World History
Kaylee’s clubs and organizations include:
- Drill Team
- Ready, Set, Teach
- Friends of Rachel
- Spanish Club
Kaylee’s community service includes volunteering at Vacation Bible School at church, working with Girls In Action on Wednesday nights, and Hurricane Harvey relief help at the Red Cross.
Kimberly Spears, Human Services Teacher, said, “I have had the great pleasure of teaching Kaylee for the past several years. I’ve had her as a student in my classroom and now as an intern in my Ready Set Teach program. She is dependable, energetic, and always punctual. I wish her much success in all of her future endeavors!”
Emily Johnson, 4th Grade Teacher, said, “Kaylee always has such a positive and hardworking attitude. She is a wonderful role model for our young Bobcats!”
Tara Greenwood, Drill Team Director, said, “Kaylee is an amazing member of the OHS Sophisticats holding the title of secretary. She is one of the kindest, most caring and determined young ladies I know. She works hard and takes pride in her dance. This past summer during team camp, Kaylee would never miss an opportunity to practice. She would skip water breaks and continue to work on dances, determined to get the steps. I know Kaylee will be successful after graduation because of her determination and kind spirit. I am lucky to have her on my team!”
Kaylee plans on going to college and later pursuing a career as a high school science teacher and/or American Sign Language teacher.
Pictured left to right: Principal Zach Quinn, Counselor Crissa Bonnin, Kaylee Noble, Dan Loft, Krystal Loft, and Wanda McGraw