l to r: Andrew Rivera, Becca Griffith, Shelby Cannon
Texas Bank and Trust celebrates the thirty-seventh anniversary of Student Board of Directors, recognizing outstanding high school seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership, and a commitment to community service. We are proud to introduce the following members of the 2014-2015 Student Board.
Andrew Rivera, son of Jacque and Scott Polk, is a senior at Longview High School. He is a member of the National Honor Society, student council, vice president of the theater club, and a member of the golf team. Andrew is also the entertainment editor for the LHS student newspaper. His hobbies include film production, playing the guitar and piano, newspaper production, and theater. Andrew plans to attend New York University and study film production. His future goals include working in the film industry and becoming a director for feature films.
Becca Griffith, daughter of Patricia and Ronson Griffith, is a senior at Pine Tree High School. She is the senior class historian, a drum major in the marching band, a member of the jazz band, and Peer Assistance and Leadership Students. She is also a member of the National Art Honor Society, and participated in the Spring Hill State Bank Student Board program during her junior year. Becca’s hobbies and interests include running, attending church, and spending time with friends. She plans to attend Texas A&M University and study marketing. Becca’s future goals include working in advertising or marketing for a sports clothing company.
Shelby Cannon, daughter of Cheryl and John Cannon, is a senior at Longview High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, student council, and the Z-Club. She is also a majorette and a drum major in the marching band. Shelby also served as a member of the Terpsichorean Junior Board. Her hobbies include playing fast-pitch softball, twirling, and reading. Shelby plans to attend Baylor University and study political science and Spanish. Her future goals include attending law school and opening her own law firm.