Mansfield Kiwanis Recognizes January 2018 Students of the Month


On Friday, January 12, 2018, the Kiwanis Club of Mansfield was honored to recognize its Students and Teacher of the month for January.

January 2018 Student of the Month: Sadie Johnson

Sadie is a senior at Mansfield Legacy High School, has an estimated GPA of 3.5 and is currently ranked 81st in her class of 448 students. She is also the current Student Body President at Legacy. Sadie has been a member of the Girl Scouts for 12 years and has achieved the rank of Ambassador. She is also active with her church youth group and volunteers with Trinity Habitat for Humanity.

After graduation, Cassidy plans to attend college and has multiple applications pending at various universities including: St. Edwards, Georgetown and the Univeristy of Oklahoma. Following college, Sadie hopes to work for the government in either the U.S. Department of State or the National Security Agency.

Also joining Sadie for her receipt of the Student of the Month award were her parents Jim and Carol Johnson.

January 2018 Student of the Month: Kerry Mickens

Kerry is a senior at Mansfield Timberview High School, has an estimated GPA of 3.9 and is currently ranked 33rd in his class of 415 students. He is also a member of the National Honor Society and plays on an AAU basketball team. Additionally, Kerry takes classes at Ben Barber Career Institute in JAVA and XML. In his spare time, he enjoys building Android Apps and hanging out with friends.

After graduation, Kerry plans to attend college and hopes to become a software engineer. He is currently considereing mulitple universities including: ACU, Stanford, Texas State University and the University of Texas.

Also joining Kerry for his receipt of the Student of the Month award was his mohter, Engga Mickens.

The Mansfield Kiwanis are extremely proud to recognize Sadie and Kerry as Students of the Month. We know they will accomplish wonderful things in the future and we wish them the best of luck in all of their future endeavors. We also hope that they will consider becoming a part of the “K Family” after graduation from high school by joining a Circle K or Kiwanis Club.