On Friday, February 9, 2018, the Kiwanis Club of Mansfield was honored to recognize its Student of the Month for February 2018 – Savannah Rangel. Savannah is a senior at Venus High School; maintains an estimated GPA of 3.3 and is currently ranked 49th in her class.
Savannah is the definition of a “student athlete” as she represents the Venus High School Bulldogs on the varsity volleyball team, the varsity basketball team, and the varsity softball team. She is also preparing for the start of track season. Savannah was recognized for inclusion on the an Honorable Mention All State 4A Volleyball Team and the All State Academic 4A Volleyball Team.
In her spare time away from varsity sports, Savannah spends time with her family and time at the Venus Fire Station where her mother is a firefighter. Following graduation from high school, Savannah plans to enlist in the US Air Force and become an Air Medic Specialist. Her long range goals also include attending college. Although Savannah isn’t sure which college she will eventually attend, she does admit to being a huge fan of Baylor University.
Also attending the Mansfield Kiwanis’ breakfast honoring Savannah were her parents, Jaime and Jayson DeLeon, the Venus High School Principal, Randall Buck, and the Venus High School Key Club Faculty Advisor, Ryan Bailey.
The Kiwanis Club of Mansfield is honored to recognize Savannah as the February 2018 Student of the Month. We expect Savannah to accomplish great things and wish her all the best in all of her future endeavors.