9/25/16 - Student Board of Directors
l to r: Baylee Boyd, Gabe Johnson, and Taylor Medlin (seated)
Texas Bank and Trust celebrates the thirty-ninth 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 2016-2017 Student Board.
Baylee Boyd, daughter of Michelle and Robert Boyd, is a senior at Pine Tree High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, a lieutenant for the Pine Tree Precision drill team, and a member of the Fusion Dance Academy’s competitive dance team. Baylee is impacting her world by teaching young girls how to appreciate the art of dance and by volunteering with the Boys & Girls Club. She plans to attend Baylor University and study nursing. Her future goals include ensuring others receive the medical care they need.
Gabe Johnson, son of Stephanie and Jeffrey Johnson, is a senior at Spring Hill High School. He is a member of the varsity cross-country team and the marching band. Gabe also participates in numerous University Interscholastic League programs, including band, social studies, current issues, and accounting. He is actively involved in his church youth group and has participated in mission trips to Haiti and Moore, Oklahoma, where he assisted with tornado clean-up efforts. Gabe is impacting his world through a program he created, called “Charity Yard,” in which he collects proceeds from mowing lawns and donates the funds to charity organizations. Gabe plans to attend LeTourneau University and study civil engineering.
Taylor Medlin, daughter of Oly and Mike Medlin, is a senior at Longview High School. She is an International Baccalaureate student and a member of the National Honor Society. She is also president of the history club and a member of the Viewettes drill team and soccer team. Taylor is a leader in her church youth group and has participated in youth mission trips to Ecuador, Wyoming, Nebraska, and South Dakota. She is impacting her world by working on projects designed to improve the standard of living for those in impoverished communities and countries. Taylor plans to attend the University of Arkansas and study cancer research.